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A highlight from An Introduction To Spiritual Warfare

Live Behind The Veil

11:53 min | 4 months ago

A highlight from An Introduction To Spiritual Warfare

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. There were behind the veil. How do you walk through the spiritual warfare that you face daily in your life? I'm Ron your host, and in this podcast we talk about some simple, spiritual principles. That we can exercise to enable us to always walk in the victory of Christ and to fight the good fight of faith. This generation is being assaulted. The entire generation, most people don't even know how, how to stand with spiritual warfare. You got to teach people how to get through it. Can't throw it off. You can't, you just got to go through it. Delight Christ did, you set your face like Flint, and when he went through what he went through, I'm sure, well, I know he said so, he said, man, if this cup can pass away, I don't want to do it. I don't want to do this. But he knew, not my will, but thine be done. And I think going through stuff opens up that double portion. We are to partake of the life, but sometimes it feels like you got to die to get on the life side of it. There's an important thing going on. That the warfare that Paul Peter, the early church had, was the warfare for their day. And we have the warfare for our day. I believe that we are positioned in a warfare that has a finality. The way we wore is different than Paul and Peter and gang. To give you an example, when heaviness strikes me, I take time, I go take a nap. And the reason I take a nap is, I call it my Napa victory. Because I eliminate any tiredness in me, and I wake up from that nap having set my focus. That when I wake up, I wake up in victory, and the heaviness leaves. Because it has no part in me. And I think there's things we do in warfare now. That we didn't even do 20 years ago. And I know that one of the major things is the more we talk about all the warfare that we're facing, the more life we give it. Many times you can look at somebody and you can say how was your day. Your look each other in the eye, you nod, that's all it takes. And I think, in our immaturity, you know, I did all these bad things. Well, there's some of that carried over. To warfare in the spirit. To where its very easy to sit around and tell stories on this terrible thing happened to me, and today it was this, and today it was at in afternoon, it's amazing because the greatest thing that Satan can do in his warfare against us. Is cause us to delay. And what am I doing? Am I telling you about the beautiful vistas? Of his word that were that's unfolding to me now and worship. And just learning some of the basics of recognizing simple warfare. Don't be caught unaware. Satan has complained a lot of games. But all his games are basically the same. If I can get you to delay you from believing, the word of your father, I could slow you down, I might even be able to wipe you out. And this is a fun when I was thinking about this last night. When I was a little kid, I'm not sure who taught it to me. I think it was my mother, or my grandmother, but I used to say, now I lay me down to sleep. I pray the lord my soul to keep, right there, as a little kid, I was taught how to protect myself. While I slept, and I didn't know it. Very simple child's prayer. Loosed God into my life. He was there protecting my sleep. I was praying because that's what I was taught to do. I don't know how much of the lord I knew yet. That spiritual warfare. Here I am a little shaver. Out there knocking them down. Because I prayed my soul to keep I ask him to do it. One. Virtual warfare. Asked God to do it. It's not up to you to do it. Many people we've talked to in finding out, they had been battling with something like cancer or something. But they refused to tell people about it. And they refused to give it an expression, and a lot of those people that cancer left. You give validity to it when you talk about it. It's like what we've talked about is you give an expression of your faith, and like for instance myself, I get up and I go out and do things that basically I'm told I should not do. Because I believe the lord is healed me, and I'm going to act as if so. I'm not going to let it stop me. When you give it attention, it grows. And if you don't give the attention that it's crying for, then it tends to die off, and I think that's how we battle Satan also don't give him the credit. Don't recognize how much he has attempted to create delays, distractions. Do I have a problem? I wouldn't even say I need prayer. Necessarily. I would say may be I've got. I've got an issue I'm facing. Play it down. And then what's the reaction of those who love me? They go to the Holy Spirit. Yes. And they say Holy Spirit show me what's going on here. Holy Spirit, show me how to pray, and that's the effect of prayer that is created by the father, and that relieves us of all speculation, and even when you come to the point where, well, I don't know what to pray. We have two solutions. You can pray in tongues. The second solution is, our reach into the heart of the father, and I draw what this guy needs, and I am part it to him lord he will throw a third one in real quick as simply the disciples prayer thy kingdom come thy will be done in this situation. Use that. We don't have to know what's going on. We don't have to know nothing, but we can pray, thy will be done in this man's life for this woman's life father we pray the prayers led by the Holy Spirit, because the finality will be obvious. I come across a scripture the other day that talked about a healing. And it wasn't instant. A healing does need to be instant. It needs to be in the will of God. Yes. And the same way with revelation of your if you have a problem and you're trying to figure it out in your seeking God and you ask others pray for me with me pray with me. That I understand. Yeah. How long is that supposed to take? As long as God wants it to take. Because we're praying by the Holy Spirit, were led by the Holy Spirit. The amazing thing is that eliminates the spiritual warfare over the situation, because you've turned it over to God. You are being led by the Holy Spirit. Yes, there is going to be things come along and say I want to last on a little grumbling. But it's easy to turn that away, you know what to do. That's the probably the problem with many Christians is they don't know what to do when doubt comes in, when questioning comes in. These things are spiritual warfare. What do you do? Where do you go? What do you turn to? Only one answer to that you turn to the father. You turn to the sun, you turn to the Holy Spirit, one of the things that we've been taught also is a true act of submission, is to go to somebody and say, the lord is showing me something. Can you pray with me about it? And that way you're not identifying anything, you're just requesting prayer to help you get to see the other side of it, whether it's warfare or if it's something that's glorifying God. That is a true act of submission because you don't want to hide anything, but you don't have to express everything either. You are submitting yourself because you're not going to attack this thing on your own. You're inviting others to be with you, and so you say, can you join me in prayer over this situation? Let the father deal with it. He wants somebody to know specifics of what you're going through and maybe he has a word of direction or something. Let God do that. It's okay that we go through things. It's okay the good, the bad and the ugly. All of it's fine. But our focus is on the road. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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Phil Robertson on the Importance of Loving Thy Neighbor

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Phil Robertson on the Importance of Loving Thy Neighbor

"Talk about that idea of love. I think some Christians agree with you, and they'll say, well, mister Phil, you say we should love people, love God, love God love people, the two commandments, then why is it that you have some bad things? Not they'll say bad things or controversial things to say about people in a homosexual lifestyle. Why don't you love them, mister Phil? Yeah. I love them. But I think there's a better life or immortality is hanging in the balance. Let no debt. This is Robert's 13. Let no debt. Pay you that. Though that remained outstanding, except don't just think about this. The continuing debt to love one another. He who loves his fellow man. Here is something profound. Has fulfilled the law. You're like, how in the world? Could you feel the law at all these don't do this, do this? Don't do that. I could keep that by loving your neighbor. If you love him, you won't rest with his woman. If you're loving, you're not going to shoot him. And if you love me, when he makes a mistake, you would forgive him. And on and on and on and on and on. Therefore, the commandments do not commit adultery. Do not murder, do not steal, do not covet, and whatever other commandments there are in the entire Bible, I'll add summed up in this one route. Love your neighbor as yourself. And here's the kicker. And this flies in the face of this counterculture crowd. Love does no harm to its neighbor. You're

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"thies" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"thies" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Is war good or bad for a country's economy. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute clifford th-this professor of and finance at shenandoah university considers this question for many americans. War is a boon for the economy during war. There's full employment. Factories bustle and farms are ploughed fence to fence. Didn't world war to get us out of the great depression. Some of the belief that war is good for the economy is based on the definition of gross domestic product or gdp. The production of weapons counts positively but destroying buildings and killing. people doesn't count it all producing one m one. Abrams tank is valued at nine million dollars. While the mid range massey ferguson tractor retails for thirty five thousand. But what good is a tank if you want to plow the lower. Forty economists have had mixed results in empirical analysis of the effect of war on the economy. Nevertheless if you look at the size of the war relative to the size of the countries involved and use a data set that includes so most all the countries of the world observed every five years from nineteen fifty to the present you find that economic freedom promotes economic growth political turmoil disrupts economic growth and war retards economic growth. The effect of war on the economy can be seen in the reclassification of countries by the world bank countries downgraded to low income recently have been devastated by war countries upgraded from low income which have adopted economic and political reforms while maintaining political stability and avoiding war. That was clifford. F piece of shenandoah university. You can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot org production support for the academic. Minute comes from a c and you advancing liberal learning at research for the public good..

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How the Bible Addresses Depression

Magnify Him Together

02:00 min | 1 year ago

How the Bible Addresses Depression

"How to diagnose it and what could cause it. We also discussed ways to get help or to give help with that background. We are now going to open our bibles and see what it has to say you know. Depression is not named in the bible. But it is certainly there. This is not something new but when you know the symptoms you can easily recognize it. The psalms have great examples in psalm. Seventy seven has to be the best of all. Listen to this and see if you recognize these feelings. This is reading from psalm. Seventy seven verses one through thirteen. I cried unto god with my voice even unto god with my voice and he gave ear unto me in the day of my trouble. I sought the lord. My sore ran in the night and ceased not my soul refused to be comforted. I remembered god and i was troubled. I complained and my spirit was overwhelmed. Silla thou hold us mine is waking. I am so troubled that i cannot speak. I have considered the days of old the years of age times culture remembrance. My song in the night. Commune with mine. Own heart and my spirit may diligent search will the lord cast off forever and will he be favorable. No more is his mercy. Clean gun forever duff. His promises fail forevermore hath god forgotten to be gracious. Has he in anger. Shut up his tender mercies salah. And i said this is my infirmity but i will remember the years of the right hand of the most high. I will remember the works of the lord. Surely i will remember thy wonders of old i will meditate also of all the works and talk of all doings by way. Oh god is in. The

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"thies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And part of that is Thies lawsuits. And then part of it is transgender women organizing for each other, knowing that, you know, help us. Not necessarily on the way, um, especially during the Trump administration, which a lot of people saw as hostile to transgender people on DSA that That aid is has been there, and I think that's a really important and also, I think a bright spot in all of this. I appreciate you saying that I've very excited that this month. I'm partnering with P flag, and we are doing a series of conversations with queer and trans folk of color throughout the country who are doing exactly that kind of organizing and the opportunities I've had toe have. Some of these conversations have been absolutely extraordinary house of to look down in New Orleans and, in fact, little bit later in the show, we'll talk with Taylor Alexander of Southern Fried Queer Pride. So indeed that sense Of collective work on one's own behalf has been critical to this aspect of resistance. Absolutely, and have their also been it feels to me again. Even in this difficult moment, there have been some spaces. Some states where there have been efforts to actually expand rights for trans community members. Where is that happening? You know, Vermont actually struck down. It's trans panic defense. So this'll is a really important thing that has been happening in states. The trends, panic defenses. When on a number of states actually still have this on the books where, if you actually murder in LGBT Q person, you can claim that you panicked because you did not. Know that they were LGBT. Q. And we're so overcome that rage that that you killed them and that that is it. And then actually And I have a future coming out today that looks at One of the policy. A really young policy person has been working on this, but California has been moving towards banning infant intersex surgeries, which is really interesting. Um, so if a person is born Was sex characteristics that don't fit neatly in the binary of male or female. They are often subjected to surgery and intersex. Rights advocates have been pushing for years to ban those surgeries because they cannot then be really traumatic and painful. And California has been working really hard. Tonto String down those surgeries to pediatric hospitals in Chicago and Boston have Gotten rid of those in California, has also started to enforce the prison Rape elimination Act for trans prisoners. So California is a great state to wash, especially as we look at her five Hate.

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Nord Stream 2: Biden Waives US Sanctions on Russian Pipeline

All Things Considered

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Nord Stream 2: Biden Waives US Sanctions on Russian Pipeline

"The Biden administration reported to Congress today on the steps it's taken to stop a controversial natural gas pipeline linking Russia to Germany. Many lawmakers are not happy with the latest development instead of punishing the company building Nord Stream too. Biden administration has decided to waive sanctions for national security reasons. NPR's Michele Kelemen is traveling with the U. S secretary of State and she joins us from Reykjavik, Iceland. Hi, Michelle. Hi there, Ari. So the U. S strongly opposes this pipeline, saying it increases European energy dependence on Russia. And so why did they decide to waive the sanctions? Well, because these sanctions would mean punishing Germany and the and the Biden administration has been making a point of trying to rebuild relations with European partners relations that restrained in the Trump administration. So, you know, the Germans today were quick to confirm this news. They were certainly glad that the US is putting a premium on relations and waiving sanctions on the company Nord Stream to a G and its CEO who's a German citizen. Now the U. S. Maybe hoping that U. S diplomats can quietly continue to make their case that this is not a good deal for European energy security. Another hope is that if the Green Party in Germany wins elections this fall that it might actually stop the project anyway. The other thing, Ari that I often hear from US officials is that look, This pipeline is almost complete. So it's not at all clear if Thies sanctions will really prevent its

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North Korea Accuses US of Pursuing Hostile Policy Over Its Nuclear Programme

All Things Considered

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea Accuses US of Pursuing Hostile Policy Over Its Nuclear Programme

"Korea is warning the U. S. That it will face a quote grave situation if it continues to pursue what it calls its hostile policy toward the country's nuclear program. Thies comments Come is the Biden administration is set to unveil its new strategy for North

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"thies" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Can we trust the cops? Thies air, The different reasons people were put on the list. Falsifying reports are records. What if I told you that in states all across the country issuance of unlawful orders? There are lists that could tell you if individual cops were trustworthy obedience, toe laws and policies. These lists can draw a straight line from an officer. His name to past misconduct. The problem is, there's a good chance you're not allowed to see them to turn a blind at it is basically saying while I hope the justice system works, that's not good enough for me. This is the story of how these secret lists have warped our view of cops for decades. It was confusing for me because I had for all intents and purposes, and he said one, but it didn't feel like I won for the right reasons. I felt really dirty. We're talking about police officers who carry a gun and a badge, You know, have the right to arrest us. It's a special trust. It's a story of how these lists have turned the criminal justice system on its head. Just because someone's on the list doesn't mean they did something wrong like that happened to you. Are you still doing his job? I whisper to them. I go. I don't know. Once you know there's a secret. All those black belt marks Everybody's wanted The lorry. That's sort of like the Holy Grail from the document team at New Hampshire Public Radio the list listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music,.

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Medical witnesses clash with defense over George Floyd's death

Morning Edition

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Medical witnesses clash with defense over George Floyd's death

"Resumes today in the trial of the ex Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd. Defense. Lawyers for Derrick Show Vin are arguing that Floyd's use of drugs and his poor health caused his death. Prosecutors questioned lung specialist Dr Martin Tobin on Thursday. He disagreed and says Floyd's death was caused because he could not breathe. He's turned prone on the street. That he has the handcuffs in place combined with the street and then that he has a knee on his neck, and then that he has a knee on his back and on his side, all of Thies four forces Are ultimately going to result in the low title volume, which gives you the shallow breaths. The county medical examiner is expected to testify soon on why he ruled George Floyd's death homicide.

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U.S. alarmed by Russia's escalating aggression in Ukraine

WNYC Programming

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. alarmed by Russia's escalating aggression in Ukraine

"US is becoming worried over what it views is escalating Russian aggression in eastern Ukraine. That's according to White House press Secretary Jen Psaki, who said today the U. S. Is discussing recent troop movements in the region with its NATO allies. The United States is increasingly concerned by recent escalating Russian aggressions in eastern Ukraine, including Russian troop movements on Ukraine's border. Russia now has more troops on the border through crane than any time since 24 14 5. Ukrainian soldiers have been killed this week alone. Thies air all deeply concerning signs Russian build up there just the latest point of contention between Moscow and the Biden administration, adding to disputes already ongoing concerning arms control, human rights and other issues. Biden last week professed unwavering support for Ukraine in its confrontation with Russia, which in 2014 annexed

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The President Of Brazil Is Facing His Biggest Political Crisis

BBC World Service

01:55 min | 1 year ago

The President Of Brazil Is Facing His Biggest Political Crisis

"The virus is killing more people each day in Brazil than it is anywhere else. And now this week political battle erupted pitting the president gyre Belson Aro against his closest ally, the military. NPR's Philip Reeves has more It was shy. ABORTION. AUTOS BIRTHDAY The other day, he turned 66 Boston out to mark the occasion by coming out of the presidential palace. Lambasting mayors and governors who trying to keep Brazilians off the streets by imposing pandemic restrictions. Thies tyrants are hindering your freedom. Also, now don't tells his supporters you can count on the army to defend your rights. Both tomorrow has a habit of talking about bristles army like this, says Eagle Gill of editor at large at Foley, a newspaper All the terms of all so I was really, really weak. He resorted to the military guys. Sometimes Paulson Arrow even uses the term my army says Kill. Off my army. Come on. It's not the Army's Brazilian army's. Most of that is irony. So it is very, very annoying to them. On Monday, both scenarios suddenly fired his defense minister, apparently because the minister believed Brazil's armed forces should stay out of politics. The next day, the Chiefs of all three services, Army, Navy and Air Force decided to quit in protest that sent a message to the president, says Octavio Amalie, Netto. Professor of political science that they should Tullio Vargas Foundation in Real ish Nero. They made it clear that he is not gonna further politicize the institutional Armored forces. Both tomorrow is NAMI captain from the far right. He was elected with huge support from Brazil's military. Generals hold key government positions. Nettle thinks they've become too close to the Boston Auto Administration. They made a big mistake. They let themselves be associate it with the government. And they benefited

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Philadelphia 76ers trade for Oklahoma City guard George Hill

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia 76ers trade for Oklahoma City guard George Hill

"Talk about philly because we haven't talked about philly in the pod yet philly. We talk a little bit earlier. We're talk about yeah. You should get george hill. Basically for free over paying a premium price for cholera. that makes sense to me Russillo as george hill crunch time you see in the game last five minutes for them or do you think he's a bench guy It depends on the defensive match up. Because you've got to figure like all right. If seth is closing to give you their spacing i think their best to man group and this can be a little misleading embiid and steph curry this year. So you know simmons is gonna finish so you need spacing probably more than harris thy bible. Nine harris has been on an absolute tear to here. so he's he's stepped up big time and their defense is still been incredible for the month of march even with be missing games Yeah but i. I would think they made. Look at as a seth or george hill thing Around simmons around harrison and figure out the other wing so it may not just always be seth and the other three guys with george hill. But i think this at least gives you a little bit more size there. And i don't know how much you put in any of the george you saw from oklahoma city this year. Because you know i mean. Those didn't even need those guys at times because the thunder keep winning some of these games. I can't believe they're winning with the group. They put out there.

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Philadelphia 76ers trade for Oklahoma City guard George Hill

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia 76ers trade for Oklahoma City guard George Hill

"Talk about philly because we haven't talked about philly in the pod yet philly. We talk a little bit earlier. We're talk about yeah. You should get george hill. Basically for free over paying a premium price for cholera. that makes sense to me Russillo as george hill crunch time you see in the game last five minutes for them or do you think he's a bench guy It depends on the defensive match up. Because you've got to figure like all right. If seth is closing to give you their spacing i think their best to man group and this can be a little misleading embiid and steph curry this year. So you know simmons is gonna finish so you need spacing probably more than harris thy bible. Nine harris has been on an absolute tear to here. so he's he's stepped up big time and their defense is still been incredible for the month of march even with be missing games Yeah but i. I would think they made. Look at as a seth or george hill thing Around simmons around harrison and figure out the other wing so it may not just always be seth and the other three guys with george hill. But i think this at least gives you a little bit more size there. And i don't know how much you put in any of the george you saw from oklahoma city this year. Because you know i mean. Those didn't even need those guys at times because the thunder keep winning some of these games. I can't believe they're winning with the group. They put out there.

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LeBron Gets 99th Triple-Double, Los Angeles Lakers Rout Wolves 137-121

ESPN Radio

01:03 min | 1 year ago

LeBron Gets 99th Triple-Double, Los Angeles Lakers Rout Wolves 137-121

"James and the Lakers beating the T wolves last night, LeBron also branching out. He and his business partner, Maverick Carter, are now partners at Fenway Sports Group. In with that steak, they become partial owners of the Red Sox. ESPN insider Brian Win horse. This is, uh, step in the LeBron's direction to being the front man for professional sports ownership. Now he has been in business with Fenway Sports Group for a decade now his own 2% of Liverpool since 2011, and in that left in that last decade, he has been focusing his Elf court efforts. For when he is after his career, and he can go ahead and buy it by a team. Now, in today's day and age, when MBA teams are over $2 billion, and many other professional sports teams are worth over one billion. You're gonna need partners. Even with all the money LeBron is made. Legal part of Fenway Sports Group, which now has over $7 billion in holdings gives him the opportunity to potentially use Thies investors someday toe by a team, whether it's an MBA team and MLS team. Baseball team of football team, but he's one step closer with this deal.

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'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:46 min | 1 year ago

'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

"Graphic violence. Kaba Delgado's were the poorest regions in Mozambique and was largely ignored by the central government. Into large reserves of oil and gas were discovered offshore. His international oil companies have moved into the area. Fighters have stepped up their attacks. Terrorizing Villagers, burning homes, destroying farms. And publicly beheading. Women and Children. But the government of Mozambique and trying to put down the movement is also implicated in the violence. Aid groups estimate that half a million people have fled their homes and are in urgent need of aid. Journalists are not usually granted access to the area. But nay Hewat occur accompanied it. Aid group to cover Delgado last November. And was able to speak to survivors joins us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me. What did they tell you? I mean, the stories are heartbreaking. We spoke with a 10 year old girl named Maria and she remembers the day that the Attackers came into her village. They started burning houses down, they started looting. Maria was separated from her family during the violence, and she told me that the Attackers forced her and the other Villagers to sit and watch as they beheaded. People that they had grown up with people that they knew. After she fled. She fled into the forest and her foot got caught in an animal trapped like a hunting snare. Eventually she was rescued and she was carried to Pemba, which is a southern city in the Kaaba Delgado province. And Maria recovered from her wounds, and she also had malaria in the local hospital. And that was when she discovered that both her mother and her father had been beheaded in that attack. You know, That's just one of the many, many stories that I heard while I was there, all of them with the same level of brutal and senseless violence. Who are the Attackers, or is there one answer to that? There are many answers to that. But I will try to give Ah general overview of how this developed from what we know, Um, outsiders. The countries that have been named have in Kenya, Tanzania. On brothers so outside influences came into the country and started preaching against the version of Islam that was practiced in cover Delgado at the time. And they began preaching radicalizing in the mosques up there. And I spoke with some civil society leaders who told me that you know there were folks in these mosques who told the government something is going on here. Something is going wrong and that Thies concerns were just not addressed urgently. By the government. And so what ended up happening is that you have a local population, primarily young men, primarily unemployed who hear this radical version of Islam, and that's how people say that this started And then if, of course, if you fast track it a few years in 2019 Isis, the Islamic state claimed credit for its first attack, and that really changed the dynamics. This went from being a kind of local issue of violence by you know citizens who were unhappy or felt left out or left behind. Becoming really an international geopolitical problem. And you know that brings us up to where we are today. Just just this week, the United States government Has classified the Islamic state Isis

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Texas set to reopen as health officials issue dire warning

Here and Now

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Texas set to reopen as health officials issue dire warning

"People in Texas are now able to walk around in public without a face mask to help curb the spread of covert 19. Businesses are also able to open at 100% capacity. Governor Greg Abbott says in light of the recent dip in covert 19 cases, he sees no reason the state can't get back to normal well for more on the implications of this decision there in Texas we have with us Dr Joel Mullen. She's a public health expert and epidemiologist at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas in Austin. Doctor Mullen Welcome. Thank you for having me Yes. So some stores like Kroger are still going to require masks. But others won't. How concerned are you about the spread of the virus without this mask mandate and with businesses at full capacity. I share the concern that releasing people from the mandates now is actually going to slow down progress and maybe even set us backwards in the response to the pandemic. Can we talk a little bit about what's happening across the state cases are down since the winter surge, But in Houston, specifically, death still average around 200 a day. Yes, we hear the story of Houston, where we've also learned that all of the known covert variants are being found, which once again means we worry about ongoing spread. That's the kind of warning sign that has officials they're concerned and that we should be paying attention to across the state. Yes. What you're talking about. There is Thies variants that have been found in Houston, the first one found in the UK, South Africa and Brazil. Those have shown to infect people more easily. How much could the spread of those actually complicate this recovery? One of the things that we've been trying to help people understand is that the fewer precautions that take the greater the risk there is for those variants to emerge and spread further. So could we be seeing the beginning of the next snowball forming? That would be one thing that I would worry about. And there's no such thing as a fixed border even inside of a state, which means that we would not expect that issue to remain just in Houston. I would like to add that Texas remains near the bottom ranking among states that have vaccinated their population. You were than one in 10. Texans have been fully vaccinated for covert thus far. So we have one of the most populous states in the US with one of the least vaccinated populations compared to other states. But Governor Abbott is actually pointing to the Oh the vaccine rollout is one of the reasons for lifting the mandate. I mean, what I'm hearing from you is that doesn't justify this latest order. So as a public health official, I always want to be able to tell people where there's optimism that the vaccines are rolling out is something to be optimistic about. That they are not rolling out as efficiently effectively and equitably as they ought to is a reason for us to be more motivated to do better. And to keep our guard up at the same time. Do you think, though with governor Abbott is saying, I mean, essentially that the rollout is happening. We're going to see a ramp up that that could offset what we're seeing in in terms of numbers and the potential for increase with this lifting of the mass mandate in the context of our saying herd immunity where we can really feel confident about Protection of the population being maybe 70 or 80%, but nobody can say the exact percentage says there's a long road to travel from where we are now to where we need to be even with vaccinations. Ah, lot of Texas is rural, and I remain concerned about what we're not hearing about communities there. Some of whom have not seen any vaccine yet, And we're also talking about a state where many people are still reeling in the aftermath off the power and water outages. That's right, because Texas is still recovering from those water outages and flooding. Before we let you go. I want to ask you about the implications of mixed messaging around the virus in your personal thoughts about all of this. Here's Houston police chief Art as a veto on MSNBC last week after the governor's announcement, we'll get what the governor says. Forget what the law says. What does our own humanity call upon us to do, and that's to be Cognisant that this is one of the best things we could do is wear masks. I mean, the chief is a high ranking official giving a very different plea than the governor with all of the experience you have in this crisis in the data available. What's your takeaway message for those who live in Texas who are now hearing all of these messages who understand that there is no mass mandate. And really just want some direction, moving forward. Would encourage people to think less about the sound bites and oppositional language. We can fight forever and in some places we probably will, because not everybody's always going to agree. But if we could organize around a shared desire to truly get to the other side of this together We could share some strategies that everybody ought to buy into and

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What’s Really Behind Corporate Promises on Climate Change?

Eric Metaxas

06:34 min | 1 year ago

What’s Really Behind Corporate Promises on Climate Change?

"And corporate America. And I'm curious how much of this is the big tech tail wagging the Fortune one thousand's What Ragging the fortune 1000 dog. In other words, you see Facebook and Twitter being more aggressive YouTube and Google, obviously, as well being more aggressive with censorship, and how much of that is saying, Well, you know, these are the cultural mavens and we need access to their communication channels. We don't want to run. Afoul of Their political mores. And so we're going to essentially follow the corporate culture of those big tech companies. Well, A lot of it is is in fact, as you say, being directed by a big tech, but a lot of is also coming from finance industry. Um, if you look at, for example, Black Rock, which is the largest Asset management firm in the world was almost $9 trillion. His assets under management for the past two years. Its CEO Larry think it sent a letter to the clients and two CEOs telling them that their primary Responsibility will be to, um Focus on specific sustainability, which is code for climate change a zoo their primary investment guidance. And so they expect for all companies to disclose any and all possible information about what they're doing with respect to climate change and how they're building their businesses around climate change and how they're preparing. Or this interpret to prevent this catastrophe on if they do not, uh Cooperate with what black rock demands in Black Rock will use its leverage to change boards of directors to change management to change the bylaws of the corporations there. Black Rock has an enormous amount of influence and with together with The other two large, passive investment firm, State Street and Vanguard. It can essentially impose its will on corporations and that's what they're doing. Yeah, I mean, this is this is just this is one big blob, and it's so one institution or institution or sector leader. You know, essentially serves the other. They sort of meld all together, and that includes We can't leave out the federal government. The nominee. The bite nominee for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau gentleman named RoWhite Chopper to, uh, who is a Elizabeth Warren protege. Has come up with a new idea to paper he opened he authored a couple of years ago for a think tank for a public integrity. Protection agency. The director would serve for 10 years subject to removal proceeding similar to that of a federal judge, basically like they envisioned for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, untouchable by the elected branches. And it would regulate political activities. Restrictions on advocacy, declaring that, for example, the use of think tanks, another nonprofit organizations to further the economic interests of its benefactors. Their policy research search should be impermissible. And it would look at issue based on profits progressive or conservative tea. Oh, identify whether they're advancing someone's interests, which, of course they always are, and if they are, then they could be subject to federal regulation. S O s. So you have that culture coming potentially from the federal government. I mean, that's just in idea form right now, but it gives you a new insight into the perspective and the mind's eye of Thies regulators at the highest levels of the federal government. Combined with what you're getting from some of the most powerful CEO owes and finance and tech and you, you know, it's sort of goes back to the question I asked previously. How does this all and other than badly like in some sort of Chinese communist authoritarian form of societal organization? Well, I certainly think we're moving too. Um or Authoritarian state, and that's that's the point of all of this is in the book. I trace the history of The, uh, anti Democratic nature of, UM administration but Public administration and business administration over the last Probably century and a half to arrive at the point today where we have not just government. But as you say, big tech and big finance on Big entertainment, all Intending. To do big things to change the way the world works and to go around the people in order to do so. That's the whole nature of this is its anti Democratic. It is. Intended to usurp the power of the people and to impose these political beliefs from the cop down against the will of the people. So it clearly it's authoritarians by nature. Um, I think before we end up in a totalitarian type state, however, were probably see Aiden. Natural backlash in the finance community. Where, uh, you know any type of investments, uh, that miss allocates capital eventually creates a problem and Allocating capital specifically based on social goals is clearly in this allocation of capital. And it will eventually cause problems. Um and well, you know? Well, that backlash be big enough. And soon enough is the question. Well, I think the backlash will be big enough and it will be soon enough. But unfortunately it's going to cost a lot of ordinary people. Ah, lot of money When I say Black Rock has $9 trillion in assets under management there that they're leveraging that that money isn't Larry thinks that money isn't isn't black rocks that money is yours and mine and everybody who Who investor has a four Oh one k or an I R a S o. I think that they're they're hard times coming. Um But eventually I think that will be a backlash against this on. Do you know the question is just gonna be how much will it cost us? He is Stephen Soak up senior commentator vice president and

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CDC issues first national strategy to help schools reopen safely

Pacifica Evening News

03:22 min | 1 year ago

CDC issues first national strategy to help schools reopen safely

"Nation's top public health agency said today that in person schooling can resume safely with masks, social distancing and other strategies and mandated vaccinations of teachers should not be required before schools reopened. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's road map for getting students back to classrooms had been highly anticipated. But it's guidance is just that the agency cannot force schools to reopen. And agency officials were careful to say they're not calling for a mandate that all U. S schools be reopened Cape if they, Sam Arnold reports. The CDC released new guidelines advising that K through 12. Schools can resume in person learning if they implement universal and correct mask wearing hand washing and physical distancing. Cleaning of facilities and contact tracing notably absent from the recommendations were guidelines that educators should be vaccinated before returning to in person learning. The guidelines also did not specifically recommend testing for the virus as part of their strategy. The recommendations, said Vaccination of teachers, while important was not a prerequisite for reopening, according to the CDC. Evidence suggests that many K through 12 schools that have strictly implemented mitigation strategies have been able to safely open for in person instruction and remain open. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky emphasized that local governments should consider community transmission levels when deciding when and how to open schools in their area. With the release of this operational strategy. CDC is not mandating that school's re opened Thies recommendations simply provides schools a long needed road map for how to do so safely under different levels of disease in the community. The evidence cited by the CDC suggests that in person learning has not been identified as a substantial driver of covert 19 community spread. A New York Times survey of 175 pediatric disease experts found that most experts agreed it was safe to open in person learning with 86% of experts surveyed, saying they do not believe vaccines are necessary to reopening. President Biden, an ally of unions, has faced mounting pressure to stick to his promise of reopening schools within his 1st 100 days. Teachers unions supported by them for president, but say that resource is must be in place to fund all the mitigation measures recommended by the CDC. Becky Pringle is the president of the National Education Association. Speaking on C Span, she said that Wisconsin schools cited in CDC research that had reopened successfully were provided with ample funding to put mitigation measures in place. No schools that reopen there. They have sizable donation from a private foundation. To provide the additional resources so all the students and educators had mass. They had small class size and so they could socially distance they had testing available. They had people to do the tracing and they were working with educators to think about how they could bring those soon's back safely. We have to have all of those measures in place. Biden has pledged $130 billion to help schools update buildings by protective gear and enact other recommended safety measures as part of the coronavirus relief package he is hoping to pass in the coming weeks.

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"thies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"70 puppies from shelters around the country. Typically, every dog featured in the Puppy bowl gets adopted. I'm That Majesty. No, I meant about droll is in Hong Kong here. This hour's top business stories and the markets President Biden once a different relationship with China than that of Donald Trump, But he still hasn't spoken with Chinese leader Xi Jingping Bidets talked to numerous world leader since taking office, including Vladimir Putin in Russia. However, Biden says he hasn't yet had the occasion to talk to she China has published rules to root out monopolistic practices in its Internet sector. Sharing sensitive consumer data and subsidizing below cost services will be restricted as well. Using alliances to squeeze out small arrivals. The new regulations take effect immediately. And me and Ma Citizen stage the biggest protests in years. On Sunday, tens of thousands of people called for an end to the military coup civilian leader Aung San Souci was detained last Monday. The U. N describes the situation as a quote unfolding crisis. He would die in its affiliate. Kia says they're not talking to Apple about electric vehicles. There had been speculation about a tie up to produce a self driving evey. Instead, he one day in Kia's say they've been talking with multiple companies, and no decision has been made. Shares of Hyundai and Kia, a slumping in Seoul, Paying capital is boosted its head count by 25% in Japan. 50 people now work out of the office in Tokyo and Bane says it's open toe. Adding more. The PE firms put more than two billion into Japanese transactions last year. Carlyle Group in cake also hiring in the country. Quick check our markets was certainly on the front foot here in Asia, Japan trading at highs we haven't seen since 1991 at more than 2%. Markets in China, Also by more than a percent. Brent crude at the stand out in the commodities space trading fractionally below 60 bucks a barrel Global news 24 hours a day on it and on Bloomberg Quick, Take power by more than 2700. Journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in Hong Kong. I'm Annabelle rulers. This is Bloomberg. Thies is.

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Pentagon Will Deploy Active Duty Troops To Support COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

C-SPAN Programming

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Pentagon Will Deploy Active Duty Troops To Support COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

"More than 1000 active duty troops to help with Corona virus vaccine distribution from the Pentagon briefing room spokesman John Kirby Secretary Austin has approved 1110 active duty service members to support five FEMA vaccination centers. A team of 222 personnel will support each one of these mega sites. I think you know, there's two different types that FEMA is I'm working to establish in areas of the country the onto I'm talking in this particular case of the mega states. Thies teams will include medical and support personnel. It'll be largely medical personnel. Details for the exact sourcing of the requirement is now at the service level. I'm not able to read out to you specifically how each of these sites will be sourced that's working at the service level right now. And of course, it's always relies on we're supporting FEMA and FEMA will determine which site each team supports will continue to work closely with FEMA to scope, additional requirements. FEMA and the department will jointly determine when D O D vaccination capabilities are no longer required. Pentagon Press secretary John Kirby. Two of the five new military teams will be going to vaccination centers opening in California in a couple of weeks one at California State University L. A. The other in Oakland. Three other centers expect to be announced soon. President Joe

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Nearly 3 million U.S. women have dropped out the labor force

Morning Edition

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Nearly 3 million U.S. women have dropped out the labor force

"Not long after Donald Trump arrived at the White House, he disbanded and office that focused on challenges affecting women. President Biden is now resurrecting it. Women's rights groups hope this will help them make progress on things like paid family leave and affordable child care. Here's NPR's Melissa Block. The wish list on Biden's agenda for women is long restoring an expanding reproductive rights, combating gender based violence, reducing maternal mortality, and he's pitched a slew of economic proposals. Major structural disruption requires major structural change. And I feel like thinking big right now is exactly what we need to do. So now is the time That's the co chair of the Biden administration's new gender Policy Council. Jennifer Klein. You know we're seeing because of the health pandemic because of the economic crisis, and, in fact, take care giving crisis that's been layered on top of it. These are core issues core issues, Klein points out that air hitting women hard and especially women of color. Just look at the most recent jobs numbers. In December, women accounted for all 140,000 of the country's net lost jobs. One factor behind that, with so many schools and day care centers closed because of the coronavirus. Many women have had to drop out of the labor force. That's been disastrous, says Joan Williams, director of the Center for Work Life Law at the University of California, Hastings. Mother's already We're at the breaking point in the United States. I mean, we already had a choc your system that was basically a Rube Goldberg machine and the coronavirus brought that machine crashing down. Williams says. What she wants the Biden administration to do is to recognize that Just as we don't expect workers to get to work without physical infrastructure like bridges and roads. We can't expect workers to get to work without a care infrastructure. What would that care Infrastructure look like for Williams? That would mean subsidized neighborhood based child care, paid family leave Universal, pre K and $15 an hour minimum wage, especially during the pandemic. Single moms have had to choose between putting food on the table and leaving young Children home alone. Now. Part of the reason is because the minimum wages so low that there is no way on God's green Earth that those moms can pay for childcare. The paid caregivers are also reeling from the crunch. President Biden highlighted this when he announced his covert 19 relief plan last month. Let's make sure caregivers mostly women, women of color immigrants. Have the same pay indignity that they deserve. Advocates like I Jen poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, are heartened by what they're hearing from Biden. Her group represents workers, including nannies, home care workers and housekeepers, actually focusing on how we're going to make Thies jobs, good jobs for the 21st century. That you can take pride in and earn a living wage with benefits. That is a really big breakthrough. Conservatives, though, are leery of an agenda that carries a hefty price tag and they warn, will lead to crushing government regulations. Charmaine Yost is vice president of the Institute for Family Community and Opportunity at the Heritage Foundation. My biggest concern is that all of the proposals that I'm hearing coming from their side of things inevitably seem to come back to big government intervention in government programs. As for raising the minimum wage in the midst of a pandemic, when many businesses are suffering so badly if there were a time that you could create, that would be the perfect time to not Raise the minimum wage. This would be it with such a slim Democratic majority in Congress. Biden's agenda could have a tough time gaining traction. But Fatima Goss Graves, who heads the National Women's Law Center, is undaunted. Her group has issued an ambitious list of 100 demands for Biden's 1st 100 days. Basically, what we're asking this administration and Congress to do is effectively walk into gum. We need them to both undo things that have been harmful and have been Holding this country back and launch us forward in a way that we're stronger for it, Graves adds. This president doesn't have the luxury of coasting in Melissa Block NPR news

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"thies" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"They're calling it an excellent meeting. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah Fox News. That's how the group of 10 Republican senators are characterizing their Oval Office meeting with President Biden as they try to strike a deal that coronavirus relieve, he explained in more depth areas that We're not fleshed out as much in the package the $1.9 trillion packet Maine Senator Susan Collins, a Republican plan is much smaller about $600 billion. In a statement, the White House said. In part, the president expressed his hope that the group could continue to discuss ways to strengthen the American rescue plan. But he will not slow down work on this urgent crisis response and will not settle for a package that fails to meet the moment. Update this morning from the White House Coronavirus Task Force. Chief Medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci said vaccines are key in battling variants of the virus. It is very important. That you might very, very positively prevent serious illness and serious diseases that Johnson and Johnson, which has developed a one dose vaccine now, most applying for emergency use authorization. Millions of Americans from Maryland, Maine, dealing with a dose of winter weather estimates are for close to 2 Ft of snow in much of New York state. Governor Andrew Cuomo says the amount is not the only issue. The duration of the storm is a problem. Because this is not a band that's going to last a few hours. This is a band that could affect the state. The room tomorrow night. The snowfall is also having an effect on covert vaccinations. New York City is postponed them as have sites in Connecticut. Fox is Colonel Scott, nine of the 11 Fort Bliss. Soldiers who got sick last week after drinking antifreeze think he was alcohol. I've been released from a Texas hospital. America is listening. The Fox News Thies days everyone's making do with less. But with Walmart family Mobile, Less is more for less than 25 bucks a month get unlimited talk and text with two gigabytes of data or three gigs. When you enroll in auto pay.

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"thies" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"STI to Clearwater Thies Super Bowl in Florida will include a Florida team, The Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Green Bay Packers 31 to 26 to earn their way into the game February 7th at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. It marks the first time in NFL history that a team will play the ultimate game on their home field. No more closings for the Corona virus or any future pandemic. Republican State Senator Dany Burgess says Florida cannot afford the blow to its economy. Absolutely no circumstance. You should go back to where we were before we shut down our economy. Burgess heads of state Senate Committee on the pandemic. He echoes the position of Governor De Santis, who has insisted throughout this pandemic that lockdowns don't work exposure to the coronavirus has closed the air traffic control tower at the ST Petersburg Clearwater airport. It'll get a deep cleaning. The FAA says that Tampa International well control air traffic there until the end of the month. Former President Trump's impeachment trial in the US Senate begins February 9th, Florida Senator Marco Rubio told Fox News Sunday. He will vote as soon as he can to end it. Ultimately, it is a political process that gonna inject things into our public discourse. That's going to make it harder to get important things done. Fellow Republican Senator Mitt Romney said that for the sake of accountability, truth and Justice Trump needs to face trial for inciting the uprising at the U. S Capitol and for his phone call to Georgia's top election. Official. Demanding that he find votes for Trump. The space X rocket that lifted off from Cape Canaveral Sunday carried more than 130 satellites into orbit. One had the ashes of dozens of people, including those former CBS News reporter, Dave Barrett. He wanted to be an astronaut and back in those days, he had to wear glasses, and there were several restrictions that spirits wife, Joyce talking to CBS, Barrett covered the final special launch from the Cape Back in 2011. Florida's news. I'm John MC Weston. MORE deadly. I'm Joe Chiro. Fox News. White House chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says it does appear that the UK strains circulating in several U. S. States does have a higher mortality rate. So the most recent data Is in accord with the Brits are saying we want to look at the data ourself, but we have every reason to believe them. They're very competent group. So we need to assume now that what has been circulating dominantly In the U. K does have a certain degree of increase in what we call very Linds found. She tells CBS's face the nation that so far vaccines currently being distributed are effective against the UK strain. President Biden on Mondays expected to formally reinstate travel restrictions on non U. S travelers from dozens of European countries. South Africa will also be on the list over concerns of a very into there. There's growing concern over vaccine shortages, making it much harder for.

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"thies" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Dick Monfort. Grampa Warren started cattle ranching with the few cattle in Greeley, Colorado. In groups of 30,000 cattle, the largest cattle feeder in the world. At the time Index tag, Kenny kicked it up a notch, pioneering the vertical integration off the whole industry. He risked everything they had by building an operation. That's it its very own slaughtering, processing and distributing which all used to be done by different middlemen. He was successful building the first quote, complete meat company and saved US consumers money by cutting out all these middlemen. It was a serious business, but that didn't mean that they couldn't have some fun. Along the way fact cattle feeders from Maya what would drive out this way, and they go to Estes Park, which was a great place to go in the summer, right? One farmer. One time came through there and Looking at the deal and said, Oh, my God, This thing's huge. This is unbelievable, and he asked a guy by the name of Tito, who worked at the feedlot sort of took care of my grandfather, he said. How many people work here and Tito quickly set about half of them. Thies Montford guys are characters, but they sure are ethical. Nixon because of runaway inflation had put a price freeze. But the price freeze was on the in product. It wasn't on the cattle. Problem in in the beef industry is the rob material is about 70% of your cost, and so by freezing the back end or the meat prices the front end, the cattle prices went way up. Because cattle feeders didn't want to have their profits squeezed and they can hold onto their cattle until the price freeze was over. So the meat packers had to pay them a lot more to get any of their cattle, which eliminated the Packers profits and threatened to turn their business in the daily losses. People start saying, You know there's gonna be a shortage of me because they can't produce it at this level. Well, there wasn't really any shortage of me. But the people were going in and grabbing it in fear.

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Where in the World is the Overwatch League Headed in 2021?

Esports Minute

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Where in the World is the Overwatch League Headed in 2021?

"Opportunities across digital media podcasting and video programs. Please reach out to e-sports and Eric Segal marked in using the email off of the show. Hey, the sooner we're going to sponsor the sooner. I want to lead every single episode with that read. So hit up Mark, please today. We're talking the OverWatch the end of all these Sports o w l had the hardest thing twenty already entering the year of plenty of questions. The year saw reigning MVP Sinatra jumped to Valour in the Vancouver Titans, the defending runner-ups dropped their entire roster do to covet and owners to report may ask for bargains on their massive by ends. Yeah. It wasn't good 20 21 might be better but the League's questions surrounding it only got larger this week blizzard announced the 2021 Ram. Schedule even though the Call of Duty League the o w l sister league in many rights is starting in mid-February the o w l won't kick off until April in that time three Western teams the New York Excelsior the Philadelphia Fusion and the LA Valiant all announced they'll be moving operations to Asia for the season due to covet thy that brings the division of to a split of 12 teams in the west and 8 in the East and speaking of the LA Valiant report from Aaron Halo speak in o w l Insider find that the LA Valiant have actually been sold to a company or owner in China. His report said that that new owner was a fully Chinese roster leading team will release of the entire team and coaching staff. The LA Valiant have denied that report for now. We don't know the truth, but Halo is broken plenty of stories in the past. Even if he shoots from the hip a little bit when it comes to some reports in many cases the massive binds that owners paid to get in the league are forcing them to cut costs on player salaries that's creating a really weird ecosystem or contracts are going down as Activision Blizzard game. Of an insane amount of cash the Paris a turtle are one such example as an expansion team Following season 1 the estimated price of the spot. They bought was absolutely more than twenty million volts SPN estimating that those parts are going between Thirty and sixty million each with Paris being a main International Hub. There's was probably on the upper end of that estimate range if ESPN's correct there back in November, the org released its entire roster. It's not like the Eternal were bad or anything last season. They finished first in the North Division and fourth overall. They did have a poor showing in the play-offs but this is clearly a cost-cutting measure from the management team in Paris quite similar to what happened with the Vancouver Titans during the season. So where does the league go from here the viewership breakdown points in a clear direction to me. The 2020 season had pretty bad viewership Esports chart said the average was about 46,000 viewers a decline of 60% from last season now part of that might be the move from twitch over. YouTube but still a 60% decline doesn't just happen out of nowhere The crucial thing about e-sports towards data though is that it doesn't include Chinese you worship and that's where things get a little bit interesting facts into the Nielsen am a data which does implement Chinese viewership d o w l finals the only event we have am a data for was watched by 1.55 million people. That's a 38% increase over the 2019 finals. So hey, that sounds like pretty good news. It's not League of Legends numbers, but it's still pretty good. If you can bind that little bit of knowledge with the three Western teams competing out of Asia and the one already reportedly having been sold to a Chinese owner and we see a potential exit strategy emerging or owners unhappy with their o w l investment prior to the season. The breakdown was fifteen Western teams and 5 Eastern teams that becomes 6 if the Valiant sale holds and then there are already those two are or there's already competing over there for twenty Twenty-One. Although neither am boxer Comcast have indicated. They have any plan to sell their mostly just moving over to Asia because it's a little bit easier. Logistically, I believe but going on as more owners are unhappy and more Chinese owners are actually willing to pay for these teams. I think we could see those scales tipped towards an equal split between divisions. If not favoring China eventually. There's certainly no shortage of cash for Esports in China these days. If you look at the type of Investments, they're

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"thies" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That is now being played out again when we're looking at the digital space, and that's the thing that makes it scary. So before my issue was with APS was just intimacy, but then the longer that I spent time on them, and the more that I started realizing what they were doing is actually pretty insidious because we are just reinstating Thies ideas surrounding people of commodities. It prevents them from finding actual love or connection and continues to make that search about competition. And at the end of the day, I've never met anybody who was a good match for me through a competition. Um, you know, I've met them through connection, and I think that was the nice thing about writing the tender essay is that me and the person that I went on this date with found a natural connection, You know, his first kind of Rooted in us. Kind of working around the idea of like, okay. Like, why do you swipe for? You know why do you slight for black girls? What's your deal on been realizing you know that there was a lot about us that works. And of course, the date was an entire fi esque is really beautiful moments. I mean, it was sort of cinematic. That points were like, you know, I don't give anything away. But he's like bringing out some paint. And you guys were getting dangerously close to like ghost when like Demi Moore's padding or whatever is very artsy and sexy kick. His cancer is one of the tender chapters on the first chapters that I wrote for the book. Really, It was, it was actually in My proposal. I think that they have been the very first one that I wrote. In fact. And yes, So it was one of the things that we sold the book on. We'll share the loss. And thank you again. So much for your time. Thank you. Thank you so much. Both of you. That was Shayla Lawson joining us as part of the Portland Book Festival Back in November. Her book is This is major notes on Diana Ross. Dark girls and being dope. Okay, we're gonna take a quick break. But don't go anywhere because in.

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"thies" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Thies are the greatest hits of the seventies, eighties and nineties from the and a jar and the being accident. Attorney studios. Have you been injured in an accident? Call the law offices of Manage our Levin 1 807 47 free. That's 1 807 473733 You're listening to. W T F M West Palm BEACH, South Florida's sunny one of 79. Yeah, about you about me. Wrong. Lieutenant would be long May Sammy and I could tell you it wouldn't be long with me. Singing. So has his name, Theresa, because it's always your home. Wait. The next move it all with May jammy next move moving on with her. Yeah. Oh, your mom. Well. Thanks. Moving on May, Ma'am, May I will be moving on and singing at small song with me again. My dad would make Mm hmm. Tiffany is actually listening on her brand New Alexis. She got for the holidays in Coral Springs. Thank you. So much for tuning in to the House of Retro Pleasure. Holiday edition. We're going all the way through Sunday night at midnight is nothing but a tease to police.

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"thies" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Like Cheryl Crow. That's it. Wow. Guess the Jim Carey's stepped down from playing Joe Biden because they don't want to make fun of Joe Biden if he's gonna be the next president? Yeah. So I guess we're not gonna have any of that kind of nonsense. Since Biden is going to be president wanted to say it, but I give kudos. The Ravens seven Their players were selected to the Pro Bowl, which also won't be played. Right? It will be played next year. Well, we hope so. Well, did you? You didn't name the players, them, Um See, there was Alma Mitchy. Uh, a kind of engine Parker. They're They're Baltimore Colts E. I have no idea players. Justin Tucker. Okay. It was Thies. Long snapper. Um, what was his name? Morgan Cox. There was the, um There's a trivia question for you, uh, chewed on Matthew Genius. Yep. Um Mark Marlin Humphries. How much it happens is what was that? Um Trying to think of the other three right off my head. I don't know. Place Campbell. He's one of them. How did he make it? His place by chance, a game? Well, he made it. He made it. And then there was two more. Um, it was one of our Lamar Jackson didn't get picked How much impact Wow, um, and the other two trying to figure out rookie running back. I can't think of his name happens now. He wasn't picked Um And there was another one. Get back to us. I have no idea. Yeah. I've got five of the seven steps ahead. Yeah, paid it off. For game is not gonna be played, but they're going to do just just been having your selected and there's no game. There's nothing I don't know it, Z. No, They just think they're just winging it. They don't know They just wanted to honor them. It's no game. They're not gonna play. Cause of the cove. It You know, Eddie, you mentioned coming to America. It's not going in the movie theaters. It's zits going right to Amazon times. Okay. Amazon Prime? Yeah. To March 5th. I think I have it. Yes, Yes. They got another one away from us, right? That was a great movie. The first one man that was a great movie Funny movie. I mean to America? Well, there's so many unanswered questions that the first one they had put a second one on, of course, on the probably somebody on your answers. Questions in the second out of the third one will be made. Well, you know, if it wasn't for the lawsuit, they probably would have made a sequel to this a lot sooner. To this movie. Yeah, because the original lawsuit was brought against Eddie Murphy for plagiarism on the story. Story was written. I'm trying to remember that was it. It was the writer who Suit and took him to court. I can't remember. But anyway. Think they settled out of court. You don't remember that? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Z one of our collars will remember. I can't think of the writer, you know, Divide. Everybody actually wrote a book that was similar to the story and Uh, Can't I can't think of the writer's name. Drawn a blank on it. Fuck it! Fuck it. It's another senior moment. That's what that is. Okay? I'm surprised you don't know about that. IRA. No. I was wondering what took so long. Yeah, because that was that was a big hit. It was a big hit. Yeah, There's a ton of business. Very good movie. Eddie Murphy was big box office for for Good, I guess, 10 years 10 10 years terriers anything with his name on it. The big box as trading places I think really made him one of my favorite movies that that was the great movie. Great movie. All right, well Let's uh let's take a quick break and we'll be back and just a few minutes from today, where we.

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"thies" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Product to these kids, and the results are absolutely fantastic. In one study, 40% of them achieved full pain reduction in on Lee. I think it was maybe 12 weeks and he's at University of Freiburg study. Yeah. Yeah, Exactly. That was 160 subject. That's a big study. Neil. And also, you know, after using the thieves pile, active college and peptides center in our joint till they needed less ice packs after the workouts. He's really serious athletes, runners, swimmers. They needed less physical therapy. It didn't need that stuff because they were feeling so much better with this, Thies Bye, Elective college in peptides, right? And, you know, so we were talking about like full resolution and a good portion of the subjects in about 12 weeks, but people were seeing results in his little is three weeks with pain, stiffness, physical function again. These are people who Are over, using their joints and their experience they were experiencing after taking this ingredient, less pain during activity when they were still working out through their pain, and that's important for an athlete's important for all of us. If we're in pain, we still need to do things. So this is a technology that is Helping in a sense to put out the fire. Within a few weeks, you can start to see benefits in terms of comfort and mobility. And and so on. But over time It's rebuilding the foundation and I have to tell you there are a lot of joint supplements out there on the market, thousands of them But this in rebuild this foundation that I'm talking about, because it can literally help regenerate. Revitalized, restore and regrow joint cartilage. This is something like a re tread on old tires, and it's absolutely a tremendous breakthrough. You've probably never heard of a supplement being able to do anything like this before. To J. At this point, I'm telling a patient, right. This happens all the time. I'm telling a patient about this, and they're like Doc. How How can you regenerate cartilage? I don't know anything about this. There's no way to do it. And when I explained to them well, first of all, your doctor doesn't know about this. This is new cutting edge. This is flipping the joint health arena on its head on. It's here and oh, man, it really is true. This is Blowing the roof off joint health products, and this is the way it works. Our very special, very cutting edge, bio, active college and peptides. You're going to swallow them. This is a powder. It's still a delicious cherry berry powder, But the point is You're going to drink this. You're gonna love it. And what happens is these violative college and peptides are absorbed very rapidly. 99% of them will be absorbed in 24 hours, So the only it's getting in. It's getting absorbed. Now, if this 90% of what's absorbed will be broken down into amino acids and die peptides. And they happen to be the perfect kind of food for Carl. It's so it will be brought to your knee joint. Your hip joint, your neck your back and they will feed the Carl. It shall be utilized his ground substance to make nuke Arledge. But this is the magic right here. I'm about to tell you the magic of joint till 10% of these bio, active college and peptides, which are the perfect molecular size and weight. Approximately three killer Dalton's Will get absorbed across your intestinal barrier. It taken directly to the car, Lige to the Contras site, which is our Cartlidge making cell. It's the only selected make Arledge and there it will, Doc. On the cartilage on this conjurer sites surface. It will dock there and like a lock and key. It'll turn a switch. And now the cartilage sell this Congress site will ramp up its DNI A and R in a and start producing more cushiony. Lassie joint cartilage. It's like you're on a ice skating rink. Right? And people have been skating too long and their surfaces all pitted. That's what your cartilage gets. Like. As you get older, rising, bony guy comes around, Put some fresh water and freezes it up and you got this classy, shiny ice skating rink. This is what it's doing inside your knee inside your hip, and it's turning this Carl itself up and on and you start making Mork Arledge like you did say, 20 years ago and you feel the difference. You may feel it three or four weeks. Well, you know, Thanks for all the boring science, Neil. What people really need to know. This helps re grow and regenerate joint cartilage in a way that really nothing else out there, cap. This is for real. This is a clinically study technology. There are multiple human studies. We've got the before and after M arise, you can literally see the changes over time. This is very revolutionary. I can't even overstate just how revolutionary this is. 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"thies" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Institutes of higher Learning Thies. Clearly the data support that it's really important from public health perspective, both from the pandemic as well as what Well you'll hear about in a minute. See school Stay open school Stay open, said schools are the safest place. You could possibly be safest place. You can save your kids. It's the safest place, according to the director. Of the CDC. Paul the science Pablo Scientists listen to the professionals. Okay, we will. We have the data. We have stats, and we have the scientist telling us schools need to stay open in the bears in the restaurants. Not even spreading this stuff. No. And let me add this to again. Let's talk like grown ups. What we do here in Russell Huntress, you know much about science. Human beings don't know. Hello, Lot. You know much about the human brain. We don't know a lot. I'm only bringing that up because we assume that these experts know everything There is to know about anything about how viruses working human beings have really only figured out viruses and how they work in the last 100 years or so. We don't know that much. Pretend otherwise is silly, And that's part of the problem is we're putting these so called scientists in this position, forcing them to explain a lot of things they don't really know that much about even the experts. He's really smart people, and I'm not blaming them. What I'm saying is understanding the vast scope of what science is how viruses work is relatively new to human beings. So in order to look to them for the answer without doing your own research and figuring out what the best strategy for you and your family is, it's faulty and it's faulty. From the very beginning. Let me drive Rob's point home. I mean times. Have you had to explain to your doctor? Your doctor is supposed to have all the answers when you show up. Even your specialist who's supposed to have all of those answers. How many times have you had to explain to them or correct that? No, there is something wrong. No, this is happening. When you tell me it's impossible. It is happening. I had to have a second brain surgery and get a doctor to believe me that something was wrong even after Emma rise and all the tests that you could possibly do Get someone to believe me that there was something wrong. It took almost a year. Of me essentially begging. So to go to Rob's point, the doctors and the scientists don't know everything. They're not anyone to base all of your family's decisions on or how you live your life. That's why Second opinions are so important, but in this world of Cove it we aren't allowed to ask for a second opinion. The opinion of the politicians in the cable news media is supposed to be law in perfect. No need for a second opinion. No, my doctor literally told me most of what we do is guesswork. All right. Sorry, but it's true. He was telling me the truth Look, but it is. I mean, it's like a real adult conversation. And he says, Look, you look like someone I could be honest with. This is what we do. We try to figure out as best we can We have a We have a training and we see patients all the time. So we learn new things. But how your body works is unique to help Everyone else's body works, she says. We try to guess an educated guess about what will work. We hope that it does. But that's why there's so many problems in medicine, and we think that medicine again. It's like a mask. We just want to believe it's a panacea, and we've just attached so much emotion. The mask. It's not about the mask. No one actually knows. If it works there have not been the proper studies. No matter what you've been led to believe there been laboratory studies and computer models. Those air, not studies. We've all been led to believe that you put something over your face that you're safer. Maybe it's true, But maybe it's not if you are believing that that is the one thing that is keeping you from getting Cove it. That is not accurate. No matter what you do, no matter what you believe, no matter how much you want to believe it, you have to take 45 or six steps that makes sense to keep yourself safe. Every time we bring a mask, I just I always think of the guy in Home Depot. Where in the massive took it off to sneeze and put it back on. I'll just I was just always gonna be burned into my mind. The Trump campaign. Takes their defense to an entirely new level today. We'll hear from them coming up next.

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"thies" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Andrew Thank you so much for spending some time with us this morning. We very much appreciate, and we appreciate all of the follows that we're getting on a parlor this morning as well. You can search for our names truly. John Justice Sam San Severe. That's with two Z's doing, Not true. That's not how you spell it out. All we stated earlier. That's exactly what it is what it is. That's totally what it is. Hey, I want to say this real quick in and we had It was Omar Jamal. Right? Is that correct? There? Drew called called a moment ago. Um, look, there's There's two ways this whole thing can go down, right and and and there really is. One path is gonna look like it's super easy. We all slip back into the matrix again. And there's long term dangerous ramifications. The other one is way more difficult. Um, and the other one is and I really do pray this happens. I prayed these lawsuits. Let's go ahead and bring or bring Katie Pavlich John. She can comment on this too. Good morning, Katie. So that human gloom going around and what I'm what I'm sort of laying out here is that there's two Do we have two different roads here? Right? And we have we have this. We have the road where You know, And it's Z possible, very possible that Biden and Harris are the ones that end up in the in the White House and and you know, we have the situation that we're in, and it gets worse when it comes to media suppression, social media suppression, but there's another way. And the other way is these lawsuits actually do end up exposing what? What? What I believe has happened or around the country is Jesse Kelly said earlier. These affidavits means something you know you have those air by those are legally binding and you see changes in people's habits. When it comes to you know what they're what they're websites are going to on what they're watching. It will be difficult because you're gonna have a portion of the country That's not going to be ready to accept the truth in that matter, But, you know, we could at least have the light of day shown on all the corruption that's going on. So I'm not in the position where I'm ready to say all is lost just yet. I still do have a lot of faith in the you know, in America, and the system that we have in place doesn't mean they were not in a dangerous, scary place. But you know, we still do have opportunities here. Not all is lost. I don't know A lot of people feel that way right now. Katie. Well, and the other good thing, too, is Republicans held all of their state legislatures, and they flipped one and New Hampshire and state legislatures are in charge of voting, like voting a lot of voting laws in their states. Counties has you know their own ways of doing things county by county, But the state legislatures have a lot of say when it comes to illegality of how they do things, So I think if anything, No. These lawsuits will take our close. Look at what it means for, you know, Thies states to send out mass mail in ballots. How much fraud they produced and built the a great invitation to a number of folks to do some studies about how to prevent that in the future and how Republicans can use it. As a way to win. I don't think that melon voting is going away and is like Pennsylvania and Nevada. I think that they will use it to their advantage for in the near future, But I do think that looking at it closely because all of the rules were changed the middle of the game. We'll get really beneficial, and it will allow Republican legislatures to act accordingly as well. What kind of where's your faith level ones in these lawsuits that are moving through around the country right now? We know they're looking at a lot of different things. I know in Michigan, there should be a ruling tomorrow. Right around noon your time. 11 o'clock our time. Um Supreme Court has already sort of signaled. Not only just in in the over the weekend with with with the Lido wanting to go and segregate those ballots, but I know in in other in other places they've looked at. The rules that have been changed apart from the state Legislature. I'm just curious to get your sort of take on whether or not you think that there is any kind of Momenta more validity to have some of these lawsuits yield the potential to go on overturn some of the results in in some of these key states. Yeah. I don't think that they're going to overturn the results. I think that the numbers are too high because you would have to prove Fraud for that many people on def you have you know, a sworn affidavit do mean something. But if you don't have 50,000 of them, um I'm not sure it's really gonna work out, however. That being said, you know, the media always says that there are not there isn't voter fraud, but when it comes to these elections People always concede, move on and because they think the results not gonna be overturned. They never look into the potential fraud that different in this case, and I'm glad they're doing it. Um, you know, just because the results won't quote changed doesn't mean that you shouldn't look into you. What happened? What took place the lessons that Commie learned and cleaning up the system because Democrats like the system to be Messy. Let's not forget that it's Republicans were the ones who were constantly advocating for voter ID, advocating for signature verification as beginning for in person voting and verification of the individual casting the vote, whereas Democrats are constantly fighting against all of those things. You have to ask the question about why on day also, you know, people say, well talking affect the outcome of the election. One piece of fraud, one fraudulent vote. Takes away the legitimate vote from someone who cast it in America. That's not okay and I don't care if it's one boat or 50,000 of them. That should not be tolerated in any form, regardless of whether it changes the outcome of the race because it's not about the person running. It's about the American individual casting well. I'm really glad you mentioned that because there's something that I had that I've been meaning to say. And I had. And I hadn't yet because you're right. And that should be getting talked about Maura and we have seen plenty of first hand accounts from individuals who weren't able to go on vote where somebody else had already gone and voted. And I know that like when that with Supreme Court or I'm sorry, I keep saying Supreme Court I'm speaking like William Bar with his with his memo that he came out and look and instructing the DOJ. He was very specific of, you know, Hey, if If it looks like there is potential for the vote to be overturned, then we're going to continue to examine that. But if it's too low, what we're discovering is too low. We need to move on to other two other things that I understand in terms of process and manpower. That's an important thing to do. But it also sort of gives off this perception..

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"thies" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"thies" Discussed on KOMO

"Uplift of our black you Thies demands come as a city Council debates the speeds budget over the coming days. Charlie Harder camo news. Seattle's Montlake Bridge will be closed from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tomorrow in both directions is Cruz replaces Steal great panel on the draw span deck. Drivers have to detour around either by using I five or traveling through Capitol Hill and using the university Bridge one sidewalk on the model, a bridge will remain open for pedestrians. Meanwhile, the Washington state fairies Muckle Tio Clinton and Edmunds Kingston runs again be reduced to one vessel this week, and fairies faced crew shortages. His workers stay home. To avoid exposure to Cove in 19 coma news time. 9 30 for narco traffic every 10 minutes on the floors. Here's Mike Conklin and a good evening to you, and it's still falling that march and rally in progress in downtown Seattle. Right now we have about 50 then Stewart. Also, traffic lights are working incorrectly at Fifth Avenue North. That would be about Northeast Davey third as well. And on Bainbridge Island. Some roadwork was single lane traffic and alternating directions on 305 Some road projects in the coma Pierce County areas will along the I five corridor one and I five North bound Thorne Lane, another one North found at Portland Avenue. Then South bound, we have another one adversely would be right at them. Your next report, 9 44 Shannon O'Donnell as your Co Moh forecast well Friday night, and it's a beauty around.

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"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

15:34 min | 2 years ago

"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"And another thing. I wanted to touch base. That you've mentioned to the journey and I think one Cruel thing that I've been starting to see Brands Zoo's taking their subscribers on a journey not putting all at one but building up to it in naked limb be excited about the next email save does continue that journey that they started me on and you give them a little tidbits Will Kiesel things like the keep them engaged that way for a longer period of time versus one email that builds a ton of loyalty ton of Lake followers on a what message are trying to say if it's a story or whatever Really engaged in showing on sending them bite sized pieces An giving them those little carrots. Keep come along. I think is is what we're starting to see. Now in how brands are starting to emerge from US bombardment of content on the on the Internet APPs and all that type of stuff. It's one of the things that I've done over time to sues just being consistent with what I talk about so the Senate hard left or hard right now. That doesn't mean that I don't post something somewhere that might be outside of what I normally talk about. But I keep it to a minimum and it's usually done whether it's a timely timely topic or just a comment on on something Or San Diego Comic Con recently. So I there's a bunch of pictures I I haven't posted yet on on some social media channels. I might I might not. It's my my my brand. It really isn't along those lines minds but it's one of those things for like thrilled that I was able to get to go and so it. It was a situation where I thought rocket post all this stuff but then I look at the other images like an instagram. For example you know scrolling through okay. There might be a reference to Batman here and there but everything also pretty much on on leadership self-care burnout boundaries. All this kind of stuff does like okay and all of a sudden. Here's the bat mobile and I. It shows Salaam human and I'm not a one trick pony but again it's what are you using your platform for and I think. oftentimes I see this all all the time with business people a- follow as you know they've they've got their content that they share but then they share a lot more other stuff. That is kind. Kind of not in alignment with what what they do and it it confuses people and a good colleague of mine likes to say you know confusion repels and clarity attracts and when you're branding I think that's a crucial crucial reminder for people you'll be clear on what your your product or service senior marketing and branding about and be consistent with it because over time you build up everyone's GonNa know okay. This is. This is is an email from John's group. Okay here's here's what's going on with us and the they're familiar with it and you don't have to Keep throwing curveballs Adam. All the time changing everything up because then they'll constantly going. What format is GonNa be today? Yup I disagree more. Sorry I couldn't agree more. Sorry about that. I completely agree with with what you're saying there about consistency and all that stuff and like how now I will say though. Oh on a on a personal perspective. People do like to build that personal connection with those the companies or brands or whatever they're following So I think throwing in a little bit of that is probably good but not overwhelming because then it's like Kazan your rights and it's like showing mix exodus by little tidbits here and they're talking talking about your interests in like kind of your personal. I think people really start to especially the millennials the younger generation Roy like have that sense of connection with that brand or the company or whoever it is they're following on this yes I and that's what I do. You know when I think of something that I could post Assis- Too Far out as far as what I talk about but it again it it humanizes things. And when you're using a social media as a mechanism to generate business or acquire clients or or whatever it happens to be when they see a The non-business side of you in some interests like you said it helps with the no like entrust factor because well you know. I can relate to talk to Michael or to John Because you know they posted something about going to this particular destination. And that's the destination that I'd like to go l.. Wow and they're sharing some tips on where to stay. And and here's some images that they want to go there so it's it again I it it humanizes uses the the experience. And I think that goes a long way and and Really again strengthening your brand. And 'cause we think Coca Cola unwarlike okay. We'll who who do we know that. Is You know working at Coca Cola now disclaimer. I know the former CIO of coca-cola. Cy I can't I can't use that as a good example. Like hijacking case you're listening Hope everything's well Jack up but it but another situation I don't know but you know someone get some materials from email and asset coca. You're listening to John. He's been some things and joined some great stuff stuff In this in this arena so again it just it just makes it a better experience when you're interacting with people and I think the millennials have it right to to want and expect something besides just the strong marketing push absolutely. Where do you see email email going? I know this is a loaded question but with with social media because he think about it you know social media as a whole has been around for a bit but I think in rapid usage of it has been less than a decade. But or maybe you're out a decade because remember my facebook facebook account being in a little bit older than that but as far as massive usage on it you know within the last ten years. It's really spiked. So you know you go back twenty years maybe not so much so I'd be curious to see where you think. E mail is going to see any trends on where It could be shifting from how we're using it today to what it'll be used like in the next. You know couple decades great question so so emails super. It's super buses. I think it's turned forty. Not Too long ago And I don't see email going away and here's why there's been a lot of talk about kate emails dinosaur steak but if you think about it you know the social media platforms Sunday. Ask People's says hey. Did you know that like who the largest center of email is on a daily basis and people will guess. Hey it's these brands. It's actually facebook. facebook sends more emails on a daily basis than anyone else in the world and the reason being is get get these emails than hey this person posted on your wall so what it's doing is using email to drive people back to their social platforms in even talk about slack sued in the workplace. Like Yeah Slack has its place like slack is amazing. Use it here. But then we also use email like quite extensively obviously But several other companies because there is a need for an. I don't see email going away anytime soon. I think it's actually getting more powerful. It's actually getting better now with the back end. Technology change no like how we send email no but the way that we interact with markers personalized you talk about personalization issue talk about dynamic content. You talking about all these things about targeting the message to the individual subscriber. I think that will change. I think it will will get away from. You'll still have these broad campaigns but you'll start to see companies leverage more of that targeted emails specifically to you. Michael her mean Eh. Like saying okay. You're in Denver or you're in Canada hit it's cold out. You need a jacket right versus. Hey John it's December. You need a parachutists Chin get hold of that versus that broad type of stuff. We're I think it's going to challenge. I think the biggest challenge eh marketers will have is when you talk about you know Europe and Canada that can spam laws. GDP came out where it's on the European Union about how how we protect our subscribers personal information. I think in California's actually going to get. I think the end of this year they're going to be put into law. They're kind of version of GDP are so. I think the challenges with email for martyrs will be like hey how do we maintain the security of RPI and how to we access it. Would we use to leverage it. Who Do we share with? Obviously for doing things right. They shouldn't be doing that anyway. but how Mooney talk about acquisition strategies. How do we acquire new subscribers in you have to have check boxes to specifically opt in versus having a default checked? Act All of these things that we have to think about doing from a legal perspective in a in a compliance perspective than we ever had before. I think it's actually really good thing because I think it's getting back to. Hey this is. We need to protect the data of our customers or subscribers not share but then also make sure that we're doing doing it organically and not go out and buying information in that's always been a pet peeve of mine and you see it all the time where It it boils down to you. See these things where you can buy lists and you can buy followers and like. That's not who I watt. Because they're not gonna be people are going to naturally organically consume my content. Anyway okay. Great so I've got X.. Number era followers on a social media platform or this many subscribers to my email list great but how many of them are actually likely to interact with me or get benefit from the content that I create and I'd much rather have a hundred subscribers that you know really like my content and will will do something with it to help their lives improve versus six thousand. Were five thousand nine. Nine hundred ninety five of them have no interest they somehow they got paid to provide their email. Lists for something and you know they got a coupon or something for something. I don't know but it boils down to. I love the organic thing and I while yes. Some of these email measures can be a little bit that Of a pain to navigate around but most most email systems and providers. Once you know the rules you just implement them and then you're good to go and you mentioned a really good thing about the engagement side of it and a lot of people know when you think about from email. They're like they're. I told much that goes on to. It's not just like hey go you know. Put these pictures together and send it out everything. Great there's so much complexity with email the a lot of people don't really realize when you think about from engagement perspective you think about how much spam emails being sent every single day. And that's why you know g mail and Yahoo. AOL and you know all these Microsoft outlook all these companies have these fan filters try to capture that and and what these bigger companies are starting to do. specically Microsoft and Google is. They're actually tracking. So if you have an email list of five thousand people pulling me send it out. But no one's occasion. No one's opening it. They'll start putting your emails into the spam folder. Because they're saying hey you're sending out people that are not gauged and if you think about going to buy list what you said. That's actually going to hurt the getting the message in front of the people who aren gauge versus those that are not and so I can completely agree with you on that one. I'd rather have a smaller list of highly engaged subscribers because one. I know that they're engaged with open. I know that those people will get it in your inbox in two or three actually is that I'm not paying for them to be on my list. And we think about like the male chimps like these mail service providers. Is they charge you based on how many people subscribers Avenue West. So if you're went out and bought is your pain for people that are non engaged with basically sending it to an inbox were no one's GonNa look at it. In those people are engaged. They might never see it could be gone spam and I think that stuff is so interestingly think about it and it's kind of opposite mindset reliable like no I wanNA huge lists. I WANNA massive list so I get out there in the advertising but actually hurts in the long run it hurts you because people that uh might be highly engaged might never get.

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"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

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12:12 min | 2 years ago

"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back I got John Fees. He's the CO founder and CEO of email on acid hitch on good. Thanks for having me reported the conversation likewise likewise email email on acid. Now I could guess what that means. But I'm guessing it would be better for me to have you explain The name where it came from And some of the great things that That you do with it. Yeah I get that we get that question a lot very unique to the bank or somewhere we take money. I wait a minute this legitimate so no. It's kind of a lot of words and you know my sister and I. My sister's a co-founder. We turn ten ten years old this year and back in the day when we were starting it basically what we do is we show our core product is we show people how their email looks folks on every email client before they send it out is every client will things differently with the g mail got who all at type stuff In there's there's a finality to once he's sent an email. You can't get it back. And so that's kind of our core product sets is we kinda give martyrs a way way for them to see how the remote looks like making any changes adjustments for they. Send it out in kind of what you'd think about. What that is you think about your back in your science stays in chemistry where you had the acid tests where you put some through filters because the end result it's very similar to what we're doing some of the assets were sending email to email client it will display? What it what it what it doesn't and so you Kinda get that end result filters Filter so we kind of took that to Into the count of Our Name we're initially thinking email in acid and then my sister just said Hey I got great idea what email on acid it was perfect because there's kind of a double pun there from sometimes emails. Do look crazy when you send them out if you don't customer whatever so it's kind kind of just. Our personalities came on a great way to go about it because a lot of times people think that their email when they're they're typing it is going to look the same way with what if graphics or images or fonts or anything like that in a lot of things that I do. I've we've got an email list and whatnot and I'm subscribed on it as well in different formats g mail yahoo hotmail and you know another email account and and I purposely to see okay. What does this look like in a when I opened this up in an outlook Clyde or what does it look like on Yahoo? You know is that blocking talking images. What's the images? Look like you know what. How does it look from a visual appealing aspect of it because if you don't know Bat You could be sending out some stuff. That doesn't look good and people are just discarding it or they're you know. They may not even take that extra step on subscribe. They're just not gonNA look at. It is so whole reason to send out a message to get some type of a response to provide information. And if if you're missing the boat on on the appearance thing alone You're not you're not hitting your targets the way that you'd want you know I couldn't agree more and if you think about about two from a brand perspective you know say like how like some of these brands. Let's say Coca Cola have really strict branding guidelines and what they do and and how the represented how people interpret the red and the white miss things that other things they do if they sent on email. That doesn't that the red is comes comes across the different color that could have you know implications on their on their brand and how people are interpreting because people as you know from Marketing Perspective Perspective and as consumers we get used to brand we get that consistency and we learned to expect that from our brand. If it's not very actually right. They'll delete it. They'll even unsubscribe I potentially in that could cause a lot of damage given the are alive. The best that enough apply for an organization. A lot of people. Don't think that the branding and the consistency is a big deal. But it's crucial you know I think of us coca-cola's an example. You know the red and the white that the US anybody can say okay. It's red and white. But if they changed that tone of read a little bit believe me we would notice it. It would catch your eye in something like wait a minute. What is this? Is it a knockoff. In always the generic brand of coca-cola what what's going on or or even going back to the mid eighties when they did that. New Coq experiment. That was that went over well But at the end of the day it's Ah when people know it expect something it's not delivered consistently it. It throws things off and it can really impact impact the reach of your brand and your business because as we know today. Getting the attention of consumers is a lot more challenging than it used to be and even with the advent of social media where you can access so many more people it. Their attention span is getting shorter and shorter. So you need to make sure you have something that catches their eye immediately and I couldn't disagree more and actually there's a there's a topic but we've been talking about. It's kind of like you know markers in the exactly say there's more and more content can't be made there's more and more companies. There's more advertising in so how do you keep a brand image and we talk talk about these cognitive shortcuts cognitive biases that people. Humans make because there's so many distractions around that we make these decisions incisions that we don't even realize we're making it when you talk about the coke if you go to the grocery store in it's not read you're looking for the red white it's all your Keno Changer. Jersey different colored. You're not they might miss out on people for the same thing goes with you know email and all this other type of stuff is really interesting when you start thinking about kind of the the mental biases and all these type stuff that we have in these shortcuts that we take and then how important is from even from anything from advertising is into web pages email any type of market channel or any type of interaction that consistency is absolutely key clients. You work with Okay and we WANNA make sure that our emails have a greater likelihood of being seen and and and actually have people bowl act on them. You know what are some common things you see people doing That are limiting Their success rates when it gets to tails being positively received in looked at and acted upon while. I think there's a couple things rights when he talked about the design the design of an email if he gets a lot of people tend to try to cram too much into Man We have to get all this information in there in. It's it's really kind of hard to consume and just like the way we just talked about like our attention. Spans are shortening and I see a lot of people trying to put too much into it verses in the not using white space around the elements around the parrot buds actions breathe and kind of draw that that focus. I think that's a big one. I think another really big one that that I'm really kind of trying to educate the the industry of the community about is come. Accessibility sandpoint is really thinking about those as some type of visual impairment or needing some type of assistive device to read the email. It's a massive amount of the population collation lake. It's round three hundred and thirty million people worldwide have some Permanent and put them perspective is three hundred twenty five million people in the United United States. So if you're not thinking about it you're missing out on a big population said I'm talking about like contrast ratio like what's the the difference between the color difference between the foreground color. The Texan in the background color. And if they're too close those as some type of color blindness or visual impairment permanent might not be able to pick that up and so I think that's that's a big pink too so I think really those are really big thing that people try to send too much email night light leveraging the white space and not not be mindful of of the accessibility sided and when they talk about excessively to. It's not necessarily always a a permanent Beat emperor I remember when I was a kid. My Dad was fine. Saw slid into third base in brokos thumbs. So that happened to him today. Hey how would he interact with the world around without your thumbs. Like how would you use a mobile device like. How would you integrate with computer? Maybe a lot more difficult than May. That'd be times where he might need us some type of accessibility to engage with. He might be your highest engaged subscriber and will he stay engaged during that process like during his healing process. Accessibility is a huge huge thing. And I know in in Canada where I'm based. They're really pushing for that on on on websites and other things and I know I know I have received emails that there wasn't much white space base and you would scroll and Scroll and Scroll and Scroll and Scroll and you'd you'd forget it and bring out a journey you know they're trying to you up date you on something and it just went on and on and on and on and on and you're going okay you just lose interest because like. I don't have time to decipher this. Even even if it's content that I drop everything an I consume the entire email when I get it which is very rare her to be quite honest to those that email me I quickly skim it. I think Teacher that I had an eleventh grade that I didn't like a thirty minute session on speed reading so I picked up a couple of things I can. I can skim things and not miss too much. So that's oftentimes what I do when when it comes to this but there are some that you can literally look on your browser if you're looking at through a web browser and you see the scroll button and it's a sliver you're like oh boy oy this one. This one's GonNa take it's GONNA take a couple of months to get through I'll I'll I'll take this in doses. You know kind of like reading a huge novel vollers. Something's Allocate about an hour to this and then I'll come back to within all read it again So it's concise is where it's at and and if that means you need to send sixty miles on that subject instead of one You know what your build it up. It's like a movie or television. Show well you know. Build up the anticipation what you're going to talk about next. And as long as you're engaging with your audience that way it makes a big difference and I love the analogy of the broken thumbs because again if if your content isn't consumable in a variety of different ways It's definitely gonNA limit your impact it s especially for those that could be you know just a rabid fan but all of a sudden they're unable to consume it for a bit because the only format format you give it to. Them is in a way that they can't consume currently Yup. Absolutely I think that's what digital any type of thing you don't know the The perception that people are going how they're going to interpret what you're sending and what what you're doing that that could be landing pages like you said landing pages websites it's even digital print. You even go that far not knowing like hey how is gonNA target this with a deficiency of some sort.

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"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

12:27 min | 3 years ago

"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Make the choice. Here's your host leverage Welcome back I got John Fees. He's the CO founder and CEO of email on acid. Hitch on a good. Thanks for having me reported the conversation likewise likewise email email on acid. Now I could guess what that means. But I'm guessing it would be better for me to have you explain The name where it came from And some of the great things that That you do with it. Yeah I get that we get that question a lot very unique to the bank or somewhere we take money. I wait a minute this legitimate so no. It's kind of a lot of words and you know my sister and I. My sister's a co-founder. We turn ten ten years old this year and back in the day when we're starting it basically what we do is we show our core product. Is we show people how their email looks folks on every email client before they send it out is every client will things differently with the g mail got who all at type stuff In there's there's a finality to once he's sent an email. You can't get it back. And so that's kind of our core product sets is we kinda give martyrs a way way for them to see how the remote looks like making any changes adjustments for they. Send it out in kind of what you'd think about. What that is you think about your back in your science stays in chemistry where you had the acid tests where you put some through filters because the end result it's very similar to what we're doing some of the assets were sending email to email client it will display? What it what it what it doesn't and so you Kinda get that end result filters Filters so we kind of took that to Into the count of Our Name we're initially thinking email in acid and then my sister just said Hey I got great idea what email on acid it was perfect. Because there's kind of a double pun. There you know from sometimes emails do look crazy when you send them out if you don't test Whatever kind kind of just personality once a great way to go about it because a lot of times people think that their email when they're they're typing it is going to look the same way with what if graphics or images or fonts or anything like that in a lot of things that I do? I've we've got an email list and whatnot and I'm subscribed on it as well in different formats g mail yahoo hotmail and you know another email account and and I purposely to see okay. What does this look like in a when I opened this up in an outlook Clyde or what does it look like on Yahoo? You know is that blocking talking images. What's the images? Look like you know what. How does it look from a visual appealing aspect of it because if you don't know Bat You could be sending out some stuff. That doesn't look good and people are just discarding it or they're you know. They may not even take that extra. Step down subscribe. They're just not gonNA look at. It is so whole reason to send out a message to get some type of a response to provide information. And if if you're missing the boat on on the appearance thing alone You're not you're not hitting your targets the way that you'd want you know I couldn't agree more and if you think about about two from a brand perspective you know say like how like some of these brands. Let's say Coca Cola have really strict branding guidelines and what they do and and how the represented how people interpret you know the red and the white and there's certain things that other things they do if they sent on email. That doesn't that the red is comes comes across the different color that could have implications on their on their brand and how people are interpreting because people as you know from Marketing Perspective Perspective and as consumers we get used to brand we get that consistency and we learned to expect that from our brand. If it's not very actually right. They'll delete it. They'll even unsubscribe I potentially could cause a lot of damage given the are alive. The best that enough apply for an organization a lot of people. Don't think that the branding and the consistency is a big deal. But it's crucial think of us coca-cola's an example. You know the red and the white that the US anybody can say okay. It's red and white. But if they changed that tone of read a little bit believe me we would notice it. It would catch your eye in something like wait a minute. What is this? Is it a knockoff. In always the generic brand of coca-cola what what's going on or or even going back to the mid eighties when they did that. New Coq experiment. That was that went over well But at the end of the day. It's Ah when people know it. Expect something it's it's not delivered consistently it it throws things off and it can really impact impact the reach of your brand and your business because as we know today getting the attention of consumers is a lot more challenging than it used to be and even with the advent of social media where you can access so many more people it. Their attention span is getting shorter and shorter. So you need to make sure you have something that catches their eye immediately and I couldn't disagree more and actually there's a there's a topic but we've been talking about. It's kind of like you know markers in the exactly say there's more and more content can't be made there's more and more companies. There's more advertising in. So how do you keep a brand image and we talk talk about these cognitive shortcuts cognitive biases that people. Humans make. Because there's so many distractions around that we make these decisions assist that we don't even realize we're making it when you talk about the coke if you go to the grocery store in it's not read you're looking for the red white it's all your Keno Changer. Jersey different colored. You're not they might miss out on people for the same thing goes with you know email and all this other type of stuff is really interesting when you start thinking about kind of the the mental biases and all these type stuff that we have in these shortcuts that we take and then how important is from even from anything from advertising is into web pages email any type of market channel or any type of interaction that consistency is absolutely key clients. You work with Okay and we WANNA make sure that our emails have a greater likelihood of being seen and and and actually have people bowl act on them. You know what are some common things you see people doing That are limiting Their success rates when it gets to tails being positively received in looked at and acted upon. Well I think there's a couple things rights when he talked about the design the design of an email if he gets a lot of people tend to try to cram too much into Man We have to get all this information in there in. It's it's really kind of hard to consume and just like the way we just talked about like our attention. Spans are shortening and I see a lot of people trying to put too much into it verses in the not using white space around the elements around the parrot buds actions that the breathe and kind of draw that that focus. I think that's a big one. I think another really big one that that I'm really kind of trying to educate the the industry of the community about is come. Accessibility sandpoint is really thinking about those as some type of visual impairment or needing some type of assistive device to read the email. It's a massive amount of the population collation lake. It's round three hundred and thirty million people worldwide have some Permanent and put them perspective is three hundred twenty five million people in the United United States. So if you're not thinking about it you're essentially missing out on a big population said I'm talking about like contrast ratio like what's the the difference between the color difference between the foreground color. The Texan in the background color. And if they're too close those as some type of color blindness or visual impairment permanent might not be able to pick that up and so I think that's that's a big pink too so I think really those are really big thing that people try to send too much email night light leveraging the white space and not not be mindful of of the accessibility sided and when they talk about excessively to. It's not necessarily always a a permanent Beat emperor I remember when I was a kid. My Dad was fine saw slid into third base brokos thumbs so that happened to him today. Hey how would he interact with the world around without your thumbs. Like how would you use a mobile device like. How would you integrate with computer? Maybe a lot more difficult as it may. That'd be times where he might need us some type of accessibility to engage with. He might be your highest engaged subscriber and will he stay engaged during that process like during his healing process. Accessibility is a huge huge thing. And I know in in Canada where I'm based. They're really pushing for that on on on websites and other things and I know I know I have received emails that there wasn't much white space base and you would scroll and Scroll and Scroll and Scroll and Scroll and you'd you'd forget it and bring out a journey you know they're trying to you up date you on something and it just went on and on and on and on and on and you're going okay you just lose interest because like. I don't have time to decipher this. Even even if it's content that I you I drop everything an I consume the entire email when I get it. which is very rare are to be quite honest to those that email me? I quickly skim it. I think teacher that I had an eleventh grade that I didn't like a thirty minute session on speed reading so I picked up a couple of things I can. I can skim things and not miss too much. So that's oftentimes what I do when when it comes to this but there are some that you can literally look on your browser if you're looking at through a web browser and you see the scroll button and it's a sliver you're like oh boy oy this one. This one's GonNa take it's GONNA take a couple of months to get through. I think I'll I'll take this in doses. You know kind of like reading a huge novel vollers. Something's Allocate about an hour to this. And then I'll come back to within all read it again So it's concise is where it's at and and if that means you need to send sixty miles on that subject instead of one You know what your build it up. It's like a movie or television. Show well you know. Build up the anticipation what you're going to talk about next and as long as you're engaging with your audience that way it makes a big difference and I love the analogy of the broken thumbs just because again if if your content isn't consumable in a variety of different ways It's definitely gonNA limit your impact. Ah especially for those that could be. You know just a rabid fan but all of a sudden they're unable to consume it for a bit because the only format format you give it to them is in a way that they can't consume currently yup absolutely. I think that's what digital any type of thing you don't know the The perception that people are going how they're going to interpret what you're sending and what what you're doing that could be landing pages like you said landing pages websites it's even digital print. You even go that far not knowing like hey how is gonNA target this with a deficiency of some sort a disabled man and another thing. I wanted to touch base..

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