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Crystal Morley

HIT Like a Girl

21:34 min | 1 year ago

Crystal Morley

"The hit like a girl podcast where with each episode. We hear from different women experts in the health IT industry, we like to hear about what makes him taken how they overcome challenges work. They're proud of advice. They would give to other women in health. I t and much more. I'm Joey Rios. And I'm Robin Roberts today. We are sitting down chat with crystal Morley, executive director of marketing with patient matters. Crystal gonna tap about the healthcare solutions space the patience when it comes to supply Nanteuil Burdette health care. We all know, this is a huge issue fations are becoming responsible as payers themselves, especially when it comes to procedures and emergency situations. Join us to hear her perspective and her favorite read is all marketers are liars. Thank you so much for having to pleasure to meet with you today. So my background is all healthcare marketing is led the marketing departments for multiple health care organizations. Have also been on the agency side helping to launch brand new healthcare IT companies to the market. None of also worked with traditional companies that are looking to actually put out a healthcare vertical into the marketplace. So my focus has really been on strategy focusing on aligning with those organizations that we can advocates for patients, and then also working with organizations that really focused heavily on patient outcomes. So plus a little bit about how you do that in what you see people getting right in which people getting absolutely that's a great question in Kia. So a lot of times what I see in the marketplace health systems, e n hospitals employ the people who care so very. Much about compassionate clinical care for the patients where they tend to struggle is trying to find technological is who's serves solutions that also bring that compassion into the space more the patients as well. And one thing that led me to my current company patient matters that I enjoy so much is that they really focus on empowering the patient with personalized financial ends of the very beginning of the registration process. So when you start to look at patients as they enter the hospital stays all the way through when they exit through their discharge looking at the entire revenue cycle space, and so starts with pre access with registration than it moves into your actual procedure, or conclude tightness reason that you're there you're either for hip replacement or your their first surgery in six four minute moves into CIA. Charts and getting those chart spilled correctly coded correctly onto the pair among from there. It goes to a summation explanation of benefits that goes out to your on patient at the very end. What happens oftentimes is. There is a misstep fee tween either the registration process getting your insurance collected crackling on the front end. There's an issue with coating your tarps crackly with ic- ten codes. There's an issue with even getting your patient address correctly. So then the Bill doesn't make it to the patient very ends. Or the Bill does make it to the patient, but it's the wrong bell in. So what I really love about mine positions or is working with health care organizations that make sure about the patients have at compassionate care throughout the tire continuum of care and not just through the clinical process with our current. Company or detracted needs to the organization is a focus on personalized patient approach giving the patient her slice financial opportunities win. They actually sit down with the registrar. So it's not those one-size-fits-all you're gonna four thousand dollars, but you don't know it until after hip replaced in you get this fell in the mail. It's actually you sit down in you talk with registrars night, look at your propensity to pay they look at your residual income, and they actually give you a couple of different options. So that we go into the surgery you're in Howard, and you have those tools to Binga tips. And what we find is. We work with hospitals in house assumes that here to bring that compassion tutti patient prior to the actual clinical here as well. How often is it all decisions? Mentions. Choice. Here's a great question. So what we find is. It improves their issue spirits dramatically no-shows have declined which actually improves the providers of spurious because they're not scrubbing in in waiting for patient show in the patient's not there, we find that the hospitals are more efficient because that spaces are being used efficiently refined that that reductions are incredibly reduced by not having to try to go after patients for bills they can't afford to pay in. So the patient experience is not only very positive one. But now that we're shifting the landscape in health care in moving away from one-size-fits-all. You know, it's patients are now. Our consumers patients have more choice than ever when it comes to their health LIAM's, it also hospitals they choose in. So what we're seeing now as the patients are actually becoming more loyal to the hospitals that provide. The personalization experience in the personalized patient financial plans in the want to go back to a hospital that will give them the opportunity to see what the cost is going to be and what kind of human options are out there. It's it gives them more of an empowering step towards healthcare. I would imagine him that you'll be patients really becoming one of the parts of payers up to health plans operates popular they've become but our family when experience where son was unexpectedly diagnosed with disease, we ended up in a keep an eye. Remember, how es ICTY Redden's? Yes. He was three and a half at the time so assigned debate, but being Xining registered coming into. Maybe just shifted employment result literally in that thirty by didn't have his contract Valia. Yes. In the registrar's coming down the information in so you have that burden along having to older children. In even for us it to employed. Well, great knowledgeable parents that we're doing everything you're supposed to do. Yes. Trust. Remember how inches? Thout Erta walk back in the room. I think to myself what a relief it'd banks if somebody had come to us, look interesting choices or even that they reminded me if this became a super long stay what happens in in. There is no one to guide guiding exactly give you an option. They are just there hound in an emergency room. I kinda gets out. I think a lot of patients with through that. But also just think about that intangible value as a parent or caregiver vowed bring exactly you're you have absolute neon that in it does remove being Sidoti and with our company Vega, thirty years back in advocacy space. So there's actually somebody in the hospital almost hand holding walking you through what you're auctions are to renew that inside for those patients, and for the guarantors you-know-who often are the patients families on parents of small children or even young adults who are helping with and. Elderly on yrant. So obsolete removes that that unknown the uncertainty it at the same time empowers the registrar's one little known facts assures have very high turnover, and they're very burnout their position within the hospital space because a lot of times their hands are tied. And they're getting into these conversations that they themselves are not comfortable with. It comes very confrontational. And what we're actually doing is giving them the tools in scripts to walk them through Heure auctions. We have all the patient demographic information right in front of them in they can say, you know, looks like Haas or patient. A it looks like you could probably do twenty five dollars a month with does that feel good for you to be able to start that kind of payment plan, and the patients is absolutely that feels good now I don't have to worry about or thousand dollar Bill hitting in the mail, and I have to choose. Between groceries to make the only things up to belt off. Yeah, they say everyone is just one bad medical emergency away from bankruptcy. It's you just don't you have no idea so reduction stress. Zygi of administrative burden the registrar to know what to do might really appreciate what you do sell its agent. ESPN hospitals to make sure that they're set up getting there. Excellent question. So oftentimes what we encourage patients due to reach out to the registrar previous to their procedure. If the register has not reached out to them give bit insurance information over let the now on interested in knowing what my estimate is going to be like to start off with a payment plan with the hospital. I would like to know what my financial options are. And then it puts the registrar in position of answering those questions for the patient in not just trying to move them through the process into start to see the humanity in each patient and know that each patient's financial situations different Enam each person does deserve to have customers personalized plan that works for them in their family. I love the intangible that stressing Zaid that you talked earlier, but you have something about the notions on Galler. Even I think you and patient matters are little in clinical outcomes because people will cut the medication they won't go to appoint yesterday may not show for a procedure. And you are able to help her reduce that burden. Make sure things get dogs. And but that can happen. You know on terms that are agreeable for the patient in the sillier. Awesome. Salaciously? It's all about patient outcomes and not extensively on clinical care. So our next question your fingers in fix one problem in health. I t what would it be? And. I have so many areas. Let somebody the other day she their top views. So looking out to we could do that work of one that you want to expand its insurance Schumer said fingers and change things for the patients. I would stay the more transparency, but batter I'll give you a personal example. I went in for surgery last year, the end I received a Bill for forty six thousand dollars after my searching, of course, there was no visibility prior to my surgery. What I know. I had no idea how much insurance cover. It was an emergency surgery. I saw my suspicion next thing. I know he said meet me at the hospital, you're going in surgery immediately. When I got at Bill because amac on in healthcare and share the two of you have been able to experience this as well to with your backgrounds. I reached us hospital. And I said let me see what I see ten KO's used to coat my chart because I don't think that this is accurate and next thing. I know they sent me the coats, and I get a different fill in its twenty six thousand dollars. I see great now let me see exactly how you wrote at my chart the medical diagnosis that you included. And let me see what you submitted to my insurance company along with the spring documentation from my position next thing, I know reduction in Ville down to eight hundred dollars a painted immediately. And it was over. But I. Being such great Haitian immigration. But everyone can do that. Everyone can do that in. What happens? This receives that first forty six thousand dollar Bill. They say on my gosh, what am I gonna do? Their house gets for closed upon the Goan to bankruptcy to your earlier point. They have no idea what to do or they just tear it up throw it away because there's no way they can ever possibly tackle it. They don't reach out to the hospital and the hospital ends up having to write it off his debt after they turned it over to collections and they've had to pay that third party vendor. Take care of that patients don't have the visibility into the transparency of healthier today in if they did if the charts were shared with them, if they could see the IC ten cows that used it's it's almost like law for for a lot of us wear the the laws and statutes of written in such a way that the car. Common person is not going to understand it in healthcare in a lot of ways as written in that that was tiller way. And so if I could I read I would make sure that health service from his parent for everybody, and I feel like that's what we're really focusing on doing in the free access model for these health systems for their patients. How since we partner with want to make sure that their patients have that transparency of the financial sense. It's so we walk in the policy world, and there was recently new policy about hospital cheering, you're talking about even just layers deeper that consumers are lie on that alone. Right. Sadly it Suckley yet. It's hard enough to understand these high deductible health pans at so many of us are faced with it's hard to understand even when it's an employer sponsored health plan. What it really means? In terms of your care, what the odds of a providers looked like how it changes with the different payment models that you have to meet the, you know, all of it. It's so difficult for regular person to navigate and then you start to add in. They added a layer of complexity when you're dealing with a major health issue or your child's doing within health issue. You have so many other emotions and areas and at the same time trying to work. Fulltime trying to care for other children. You may be caring for elderly parents at the same time, you have your full wives. And then you're trying to navigate the system that you don't have insight into so it's it's very complex in there some layers to I love you. Joe solution focuses on educating consumers in healthcare really to their benefit for so many pieces of this puzzle. We don't see so I love that your piece of the health. I t puzzles and the your your wishlist for more transparency. Yeah. I'm even lined with the vision of patient matters. Yeah. Thank you. It's we focused to power the patient, and when they go in for their surgery or their procedure. They don't have added burden of not knowing how it's going to end up financially on. They feel empowered going in on even offer Pieman models on refinance for the patients in providing. You know, always through personalized financial plans of unit. Do we need to do something smart to like a care credit? You know, how how would you like to take on the pardon of of the Karen terms of? Transient? Every country had all of their prices behind just because of you know, a market rate. You're gonna get. The girl. There's just so much that goes into. At her to us. It's still money. It is. It's absolutely mighty. This is the only industry that you're going in per service that you don't know what it's gonna cost you, and you can go across the street, and it's different rice. But you don't know you you just don't know at all. And we were told we had the most innovative name in. It's not an accident patient matters has its named because we are advocates for the patients, and the price transparency is so important people need to know, and they need to know what their auctions are in terms of thinks that their services. I don't think there's person Merca that would go sit down a hairdresser barber's chair without having some idea of what the cost is out the door even for savings. Ten dollar haircuts. Right. Exactly. Exact you have emergency situations. Always things that crop up in Joyce issues rolling. So I. Hinky? We are trying to gather a beating all of the league. And then. Love it. So. Have been impactful either for you personally use. Yes. I absolutely love. Harvard Business reviews top ten on communication. That's one that I read every single year. I'm currently reading the coming. Michelle, mama. I loved that book. It's and what's so wonderful about that is just her own journey empowerment, but her sense of staying authentic to herself even as she rises to the very top. She still herself I anything beautiful story you'd probably laugh, but I have a book in every single room in my house in wherever I said, I pick up that book one of my favorites. All marketers are liars vice up Adan, he's on a mazing writer talks a lot about stickiness brand messages in optimists every the outcome every single year is while in it's always out finding that power within oneself. So I think the more that we can say Thornton. The Marv stay humble the moment can help one another. And even as we rise to the top. We jumped forget our route tumor become some I love that. But I have to go back to all marketers are liars really quickly because we have a couple of in its you're in marketing, I am sure this message. So what in that book resumes with you or maybe you've seen someone else to do in your scope of work that kind of rings true think to yourself? There's something in there that that I see happen all the time that I that pitfall or maybe we're guilty that in the past. Yes. So his main message through that book is being authentic with your marketing message and not taking a message, and adding color recover doesn't along in order to make it more appealing to the mass market. It's about seeing Vantic with what your product is the services that it provides the audience in which it empowers and moving. Away from the notion that marketing is seen as a glorified sales pitch. When in fact, marketings main goal is to educate the market place in my day to day world. I'm looking to educate the hospitals in the house systems on how they can improve patient outcomes. Experience. I'm not trying to pull the wool over. There is trying to give them the tools that they need in order to continue the loyalty of their patients that they already have in place on. On. I don't think you saw for joining us today. Thank you. I think you're having so much. This has been wonderful down. Could he love? And thank you for listening to the hit like a girl podcast, if you wanna know more about it or this guest, check out our website at hit like a girl, pot dot com. While you're at it. If you found value in this episode, we'd appreciate a ratings on I two for simply friend. You can also connect with us on Twitter or Instagram at the handle hit like a girl cod. Thanks again. Food.

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Angel Season 2 Episode 1 Judgment: Angel Chronicles Episode #23

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

47:21 min | 1 year ago

Angel Season 2 Episode 1 Judgment: Angel Chronicles Episode #23

"To keep some lunatic sidekicks is brought to you by tweak Daudieh. Get awesome headphones. Tweaked audio dot com and use the coupon code Southgate. Get thirty percent offeree shipping in a lifetime warranty, where he can get there through the link on our website, Southgate media group dot com. Hey, we'll record a what about our angel carnivals podcast ahead of time. Thout ed's. No doubt means summertime. Sitting by around by the pool of words. Your favorite summertime. I am always. Hey Al is willpower. Sports. I said, no judgement. Oh, no wait. This judge. That was for you. The. So here this episode aired on Mike US September twenty six two thousand I feel old dirt. Islands. I was still a middle who know. Yeah, maybe I don't know is he the most glitter freshman year. Freshman year 'cause Buffy was still started when I was in the. Yep. Owning you feel. Kinda weird way to start your season. At the gym. Oh that get the gym. Yeah. Yeah. If feels weird, the Cornelius like in acting class and then Wesley lay out late hustling people with Dr to like skill the darts like what fresh hell Vic, the torture more believable than if you're like always hustling, people, pull or something? British guys. Apparently, you're right. That is much more British thing than pool at totally forgive because he's not really British so like my head spoilers. In case you didn't know that. There's no Santa either right? Yeah. But no, that's the you could tell like Wesley like more laid back. So it was a word that, you know, the, the, the up to his neck in tire anything and it's just like. Goma stressing dude, bro. Yeah. Yeah. But then they had beepers. The year two thousand eight. We're definitely going to need that draw. Season. This did not age gracefully. What's the season or this show? The fat is just like Buffy like you open that long ago in in you see, again, laptop the looks like a Brig other. Semi tractor trailer. Yeah. Yeah. So the gym's e was kinda funny, though, more. Yeah. Like you have no reflections, let me fix. How does have steroids? Well, it's better than Buffy PCP. All I could say, well, yeah. I mean the appearance and stuff. Yeah. Yeah. People believe what they want to believe. They're not ready to believe the truth is will Jim is stare at these demons. It's like okay. They steroid thing. Italy. You know, everybody's worried about their screenplays in their next, the California pizza kitchen in Honey avocado has had Lucifer season for. Yeah. Yeah, it's going to be a lot of references. So y'all gonna have to deal with that. Pharmacies for did you like it like hopefully do more definitely thinking MRIs of buys, Michelle? I mean, Netflix spotted. I mean, why why the heck not? I mean, I'm sure I think it was popular wasn't it? And it now there's gotta budgeting you can get some nudity in some heart. Chris sexing living spice things bit visuals are, like, you know, when he was foreign double moated stuff for the wings, were Fogarty. Oh, yeah, wings. I'm in love. Anyway. I wave Netflix swift pick up a revival series for angel, like, we don't need a reboot. Above we need angel revival like mak-, charisma carpenter you eight hole. Him like the gang back together before you on hinting around about something or was that about the? Buffy reviewers. I am Buffy more bucket anything but yeah, the guys are doing anything. I mean. Jay on his Richard or thing like he's bounced around knees, had some gigs, literally, the only reason why washed like the first two episodes of ages shield onsite. And then we all know how that turned Donald ago, I guess I don't have. Back for couple episodes. Like I watch those episodes in promptly left thing. Tarabrin Tiro, but yeah lakes, nobody's doing anything. So they could true, we will pretend like after the fall comics didn't happen. It's just like other harder, because it's like you know, I mean he still good. But the boy on us has aged, we like I said him an by both have soles. So we can just we just put my head cannon as official canon. I mean, if you dumped enough money knew it. I mean you could do see no would you head cannon and move on. Don't mention it. Let's move on. Okay. The. Yeah. Get, you know, the only one is really blown up is Amy Acker. She's been everywhere whether it was person personal interest. She was in the gifted did a couple other things. She was also a night ob- now house, in wanna say that other one was true. Calling the other will we've had so many abandoned shows, I can't even. Don't worry about gifted now. Anyway. Damn you marvel Amion Disney anyway. Yeah. So, yeah, that's not put its focus on his angel revival. Gilmore girls did pretty good. I'm just saying people have in the Saudi for early ops right now strike aren't his hot. Yes, so moving along, they had back to Cornelius apartment like, temporary their headquarters. 'cause, you know their office was blown up as you doing angel. Wesley needs. A fan of vanished goes dentists throws. Don't scare him him. You know, like we should have done more would go students. I really do. The white that wide world was, but that they can't even spring for a glass of pretty glass food shaven for new office. I know I know his big whiteboards. Ugly, but it's just like you know, after they moved in new place. It's like you really didn't see much of Cornelius apartment. Hey, we only have room for one that it was a WB show sadness early two thousand what do you want from this show? Gonna be one that base or do you want reduce apartment, not a hotel? I'd never said why they all just move in there. I mean places soaked insane in trauma. They had probably probably felt the bed you every time he walked in Yemen, rent for probably rent-free in LA. Come on. Our coal. Roots? All a is a literal hell hole. Bite me, whoever there, you can find me a live there for long enough. I know. Fight. I rather live with my car than some of the cheaper places on lay it some people do that. Just saying trend for a reason. Feet. Trouble. Any way of. Yeah. What else happens been wiz Wesley's talking about from in higher in, you know, realtors will about that? But no cordelia, sneeze. They think it's vision owner. That was so funny. Go just another sneeze all by vision. If she does that we're having second recognize it, it it's just like such like bang description invade well, the, the angel the sketch artist. They, we kinda cut to Wolfram higher methane. The bay is Lila, but she's visited Lindsay's smug blank. He's got the prosthetic canal's. Hey, he was genuine before January Mr Mr.. You can you tell what year recording. Eighteen. Later. And now when they like he's putting in a CD for darla on just like. Just remember that dislike. Oh, no, no good encompass and I was. Your two thousand Lisa wasn't like his set. Well, he's, he's a fancy lawyer. I would hope it would be a CD player our. Oh, yeah. But I'm just saying, like let's see like. It's funny because he had a prosthetic candy channel put it in there. Like just like, oh my God. Darla does not care about you stupid seating. I'm not a fancy minute. Doc was not a fancy lady, she's mad. She just wants blood in chaos, which I can relate. She'll seemed out of it. I mean, she just raised from how the gray days resurrected. Yeah, but you feeling more like through Sylla. You know the brand. The grin. I don't know. Like I. 'cause vampire terminology. They never really go there like, oh, he's sired. Her blah, blah, blah. Like how he says it, technically he's like spikes grandfather or eight father something. Yeah. Exactly site. True. Did it better? Progeny word, the books, not the TV show. Yeah. Never the TV show. Knee while yet. She's like syncing lay angels presence in new. She remembers how he killed her. You're kinda s fort sister. Evily. Yeah. But then a. That the quality's planes. Yeah. Yup. And they, they need to find a lead on the, you know what they believe is the big menace. So where do they get Wesley like I have a contact or I know place. Yeah. Yeah. Caritas. In Latin as in what is it bears has vino Veritas or the way around whatever truth unwind in the bar? I'll got a kick out of that. Smart. I'm sure butchered, but it will come up again the. Yeah. Like this is the engine introduction of more mad like second favorite character. The. Buffy busse. Vice. I don't think he had like the voice down yet. I mean it was close, but he EMMY, you know, host appearances can be rough. It was like more perspective on his face later on it was just seemed like it was like paint. But it was like more rubber on their travel. Make rounded cheekbones the think it was Mary. I swear that no got smaller. Emme ills because, you know that that's, that's the really cool thing about angel is like, you know how some shows when they get a new person it's just like bam in your face their introductions. No warm-ups back backdoor pilot show or anything. No. That's the smart thing angels, like O'Hare was have his first recurring in the mid season. Almost you're almost guaranteed to be actual main personnel. Take the season after that to get you the credit. Have you been work more slowly this season? You now with you know the last couple of this season, you know, okay. But yeah moral the parasite David. Yes. Just asking for more money in waiting for bounces head off the bar or something. I mean, sometimes that'd be cool the times you don't have to like that. You know he did that spoil. So it's like no violence in his bar. Whatever episode ary. I wasn't they unexplained the spell under the do say, no violence. Yeah. I guess that's why moral was like so I dunno. So cocky, like he's on, you know, this was a killer. All like giant mosquito like you need to be there. His favorite plays is a karaoke bar were demons. Go singing. And when we walking Pacers lizard, demon singing, I'm so excited in a have flashbacks to save by the bell where jesse's on our caffeine pills. Like I can with a fall without getting that, that stuck in my head. Ord about the guy later on news. Singing, achey, breaky, heart. Hey, you know low p don't tell anybody guys. It's our little secret. Pasha Indra criminal secrets in confessions, one not response. Don't even judge me don't judge soften quite hard. Abby added watching Montana for Molly fires. All goes in. We're gonna move on. Hard news. We're like super titles, strangler. Right alone. Him ain't gonna get it in the air overs. Unpopular opinion out of my mouth. Oh, so. Yeah. Anyway, the hosts introduces himself to angel, he's like you're gonna think areas like no with rings. Do. Han date insane. Warwick shorts like candy could to those three. We can date and he can sing. The angels. Every has sets that's not faith. He falls in love with here's this date necessarily necessite. Kinda sorta records. He went on the first thing, sorta, our people don't have time to get to the punch line. C C sexism, punchline. And look pretty and sell. Big words. So then, like, he's like, but we will you really should saying it could give me some. I wanna read your or answer your questions about your destiny in what he's like. No, no, no. Not to like the end of the second half. I love highs like fill in pretty prideful practically come. Whoa, angel. Prideful broody. Yes. Prideful never broody wait till lot later in this season. God like literally, I never knew what the word broody into angel cable by television screen this season, especially God sees one of Bucky now. Mine crawford. You know. Everybody had to have the teen angst even with a teen. Anyway. Yeah. Angel fans the prior Muthu, the demon that they're looking for near pregnant woman. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Kills his always saved you, Jamie. That was my protector. I, I was just like see me. I can't go jump into conclusions to punch dangerous. I, I, I know he's probably trying to protect women, but I mean it's like angel through the first pines. He's kind of a bullet a China shop at times. Most is her. But no more so than gun. Anyway. Horror as realized that he was fighting for the side of good. It's like yeah you killed a champion have the habit. Also like the big bad is tribunal though, mole in their in their night. You know, there's on be nine of them mountain. Billy. I can not like, like I hate rewatching the show late, you know, whatever I just watch kinda re. Contextualising cz. In worst of all. Game thrones everywhere especially in angel momma guide at the game of thrones everywhere on epn pissed but. Troll. But they're so fun. Any is like, okay, what did he say? Les, he talks about how he likes? He's a cell phone. I do relate. How he was his evil nature trying to overcomes, evil nature. Or looking for redemption in stuff. Yeah. And then lay they kind of like go back to Merle. Kaz this, this seems all will they launch krill 'cause, you know, come back now. Okay. Now, league hero or maybe anti heroes. I'm not sure at this point. No angel house per se. Can be point is very being. Oh man. Okay. Listen, listen. I lived in for a while, right? Tom Jones, and I love Mandla. Yes. I've actually seen them in concert, rather doing their residencies so yeah, yeah. But no Gabri disaster that song about a dog doesn't while of maybe not about a girl. It's about a dog by kind of people. Fan if you didn't know Mandy was about a dog. I dunno writing the monitor. I had to sing Manilow Copacabana. No. Hey, at the fun song. So, you know, he couldn't sing that honor kinda pretty. We're sitting of course it is you big lug. I know I know I love one because he's like he's looking nineteen forties slash these kinda like brat pack back. Why the races of other rat pack tonight, music simmer true. You know. It's an aesthetic. Yeah. So after all that we seek we cut the gun any favorite somebody from vampire. Welcome. Angel arrives, and they do I politely say the exchange pleasantries. Yeah. Asia asking for help them slay. Y and. Because we got to bring him in as a regular when he was annoying until the until the next season. Like seriously, he gets better this season. I did like introduction it don't like him for this season. So has tab been more. But I just I just love it. It's like, you know, tells us guys yet go go back. I'll meet you. And it's like yeah. Yeah, disappear for the rest most of the series goodbye. So they find a way or you know, aims goners count in the beam is home. And it's like, oh. Oh, it was cook mall. Okay. I would that he sends gun back with the thing. And he's. Even got even calls is you're gonna say for a while. Yeah. Soak up the guilt, Doke it out. God, I was a funny scene gun goes, the courts -partment though. Visit God did you a gun? Wait demon team in with a gun. Wensley. So, so British even though is not really British. Federal British vogue. Wait this Sunday met him. Well he did. He did remember. Well, when they were conscious. Yeah. I guess. That's right. Wait a minute in bed. Hey you too. Yeah. Yeah. He's very unimpressed, though, that is my favorite thing about this disease. Oh no wonder he asked me for help you to idiots. I know you're hitting your hitting guys FARs with darts. Okay. So here's the deal. They're flea. Okay, cut. Let's angel in Joe fleeing from the beam is. And they run into an abandoned hotel. So, yeah. Not comeback up. Yeah, yeah. That's been come comeback. Con reminding angel. Hey, yeah. Joe realizes he personally knows the hotel, and then you know on spill about the tribunal and, you know, supposed to after protection for her daughter. She's like all you're such a screw up. Yeah. I'm going to make a run for it. She's like, you know, you'll be found wherever you go, you know, demons arriving passes, chosen Adelson's Yoda, Cornelius apartment in he fights. It's like really, really took out all those demons shoe. You're just a vampire sole ruling. Every the titles called angel. But, you know, in Russia, sweat, all the shows nowadays, don't they don't deal. The main characters everything's non samples those that that's nice. But really, you just one one vampire this way. More powerful demons in the bucket verse in our room warr as. Now's electro. Tagging farmer was. Yeah, the adver was big. Yeah. Especially trying to build angel because we can have solved season. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Takes the water recovered to, but I'm ready for it anyway. So he gets back to the apartment after the battle. And you just like, oh, Joe never turned up in. She's like she has trust to. She has no reason try to bear. On the don't take your anger out on out whiteboard. Gotta white word not glass board again it's cheaper. I know in values like, well, if you're gonna destroy mice will be a whiteboard Staples. Staples even selling class one. They knew the south celebrate boards, but evils Earl home office depot or whatever you know, you get those, those from other places, again, wills, it was the two thousand. I know. It was thankful yet. Two thousand San were on the verge Abakar of Sierra now. Yeah. Some saying. Yeah. I like the bulls court has, you know, 'cause there it's kind of like kind of talking about that. He was destined to become human that will bring that back up will Negga light at the end of the tunnel that health Eire's. Little Alvar, but no. Yeah. And it's like, yes, do you think it was going to happen in five minutes? I mean I it's been what maybe a summer white over the summer is going to happen. It's like a two year moral. It's like you know, could be hundred you know, couple hundred years before it happens. And then was he finds what the tells midnight in its light the chair of judgment like. You make it. I know they just appears on the side of the streets. They settle grievances or the battle to the Daf dislike I hope they're champion isn't fire. Your cars. So. Yeah. Are okay is this at the at all just joust down the street? Rate, it was just like what we can't ask the powers that being obviously. Were, you know, they just communicate through the visions now because I think ain't doing Pels are out of outside by the powers of the odes long experts. Yeah, exactly. As all ages late any defined you quickly. He's like, I only know one way to give information. Are you news coming? Yeah. Started up but I love how unenthusiastic the crowd is it? I don't I don't think it's because he was that terrible. But I think that he has his reputation precedes him or think it was a combination of both. I've heard worse relations of Mandy. I'm just saying in a bar. Oh, yeah. Y'all know I love a bar. So. I've heard worse when matayev heard was trust. I love injury fruit bombs. It is what it is. Sober for the. New quit. I gotta test out all the drops. So then late they call him the host at this point. So. He he's like angel. They appear like would soul empire with song. Like, oh, God. Just call cheesy just call me the paper or so then they pay them to the side, they have Chattan he shouldn't feel guilty. You know, most would have done the same. Or then he goes, why did you pick Mandy? Pretty and I knew the words. Exactly. So we got on with it. So, you know, got the information you need. So we can. The big fight scene in the middle of the street, which I was like, wait, is this kind of mystical force? Keeping people watch them you could see cars. I mean, no one no one's gonna like drive through raw if LA ain't nobody getting involved. You yell Raper fire, they've found out, nobody here the fire department of police department. Don't care. You're good. You're, you're even just driving through like I said like either way. Note natan. Came out of for my shirts. Go up turn the other way. So, yeah, tribunal was really frigging year. I know it's just like, basically one in done is saying, okay. Yeah. I thought that they would be a bigger kind of thing. Yeah. The battle was pretty quick. I mean, you know, some jousting, and then they're you know, some fancy sword play till angel on horseback, despite buying. Do. But yeah, I mean again, like he grew up around horses. I was despite you probably haven't road like a thousand years, but he doesn't count. Have you read lately? It's been a while. I don't know what else would you say? It was like this, even though he's a vampire. Oh, yeah. That's what did he face? When he was fighting knowing not, I don't think no one. He was around 'cause I know we've failed in the beginning at the gym, but I don't think he did he pamphlets face after that. I don't think so. Well, nevertheless, when all said and done, you know what happened angel, you know gets a sword in the good. I know went up just like couldn't the tribunal not. They would've vampires on like that. Anyone? Again Platt Arbor today when he was down for the count. This. You do not know what empires, maybe they're so old. They're out of touch. They don't know what. Like another dimension or something, they probably were considering that demon night. I think they were from a different dimension that relate to me. They have made God's sakes, horseback, it probably are you Lydia behind? Old men sitting there watching. Bad. Love her angel rises, the heads to do the Siegel sweep site year. Hey, I won't challenge judgment. Get in touch with. Resort her daughter, never come back because it's like yeah. Her child will be under their protection till the girl comes of age is just like from saying it's like, boom, we'd never hear anything about this ever. We ought to succeed might have something in my nose a thick. I fully research something about that. 'cause you know sometimes angel late. They, they kinda start one way. And then, you know. Oh, never mind, the then with this mission over my favorite part of the episode, actually, he goes to see faith in prison in their hardships that about redemption faith quite attack in prison. Bingles. Woman alive. Yes. Yes. She lives, the tell the tale. Yeah. Because we are they going to do something or they did? But they couldn't do it as much because, you know, I want to say they were working on that other show at the time, so she came back. Like what like once and that was about it. Like twice right? Oh, maybe, maybe. When he lost his way and the counter was there. It was time after after lowers. It was season three or four maybe, yeah. She comes two more times, something like that. Yeah I'm not counting season. One that we've already dealt with fate. I think it is one more time. Good. Just like I figured something happens. I figured they were gonna make our bigger part of the show until something that, you know, well, then she awesome went back to the last season of Buffy too. So. The busy girl. She was doing that, that move would Qualls around this time a couple of these, actually, she was in, like, teen movies, you know. Yeah. Yeah. I remember that. Hey man, alleged did did I off after Buffy? I'm just saying I mean that I don't know what she's doing now. After that period above you. She she literally struck while the iron was hot so ultimate she helps kind of be to move moments on one of the CBS's lately. I think the green from. Yeah. I think that's what it was. He at a really liked that, Sean. I was so said of that happened. I was just like. It was something guys as other take. Now, how dare whatever they do. I don't know. Rape van or something creepy. Mean look, I mean, they're the head of their president was moment area. You know, just say moving. I can't believe this is the first episode on angel which, you know, deems are shown to being able to do. Good. Yes. Laying eggs seems weird to me considering the I guess they wanted to make him special or something. I don't I don't know. But this goes along with his journey of being a champion, I guess. Yeah, I mean, I guess it's almost like the supergirl thing where it's like, oh yeah there's good. There's good aliens aliens. There's good demons bad news. Okay. Going to be a spoiler. But the thing that I loved about Lauren is that he was literally the first truly good team in on the shell like he didn't fight. He came from this world that, you know, he was literally like stuck out like a sore on winning fight. He wanted to see he liked pretty things, and then what they did with the destruction of the circle of the Blackthorn, I was just like all broke my heart, but, you know it had to be him. Otherwise, Wednesay Kerman. You know. So, yeah. For twenty year old chests, man, chronicle. I, I don't care. Oh, I did like that. I noticed the mouth is telepathic demon. We prove his on earshot was there was another one in there in the bar. And then there was another demon the one with the rep tile ahead from new moon, rising. And then, of course this week that, that hotel. Don't forget that hotel, come back. Yeah. Notes next episode, where they go into like his history with the hotel. Their next litter. The one after about pretty episode three. Okay. Oh. And then the body count. The carnage, demon Kamal. There is vampire desk by gone in the night killed Kilifi angel. So that's a pretty low buddy help further show for gun. We were sent up a lot of stuff like Lauren in the barn. We had at least one scene with Orla. Yeah. You know what though it's weird 'cause. I remember the show being shot in on sixteen by nine Ohka, but, like I know 'cause on DVD's like not fluids, DVD's. You can get both six six nine four by three so dislike 'cause like, I hate the syndicated shows are show the four by the virgin, a hated hated like what like full screen for the like wide-screen. Yeah. If it's got a barn, I'm gonna fight you. We're, we're fighting. I'm calling the station stop that crap. Remastering for God's sakes Star Trek the next generation can do it. You can do it. I feel it's like nineteen eighty seven or something. Yeah. But it was weird 'cause was like in the credits. It always this lake. She can do a cool Don Cheadle cameo like she really needed it for that. Ten seconds. What at the end. Yeah. I guess it was to keep it surprise. But I'm just like either way, don't put it in the closing credits out. Surprise. But yeah, j August Richards is billed in the opening credits of dislike. Louis comment. I mean once daily okay. I mean, he I mean, he even appeared in those last couple episodes season onesie kind knew they were building up to it. Yeah. But I understand that late Matt everybody can be born. I guess 'cause like I am. He felt him fisted literally go at me on black. Hashtag diversity like this show in super white. What can we do? Nerd, let's have a blade as Matt Avia prior, but of the fire. Kinda like balding like come on. You think they're kind of, like, okay, this is LA you know profit, we had a lot of white people's of, you know, maybe at her. No, I mean I love him now like just about late when he first got injured news. Then when he got into the full cast just like I know what it is. I noted, well, we got black and the green man this episode introduce that. And it's like the black ranger VM black of yellow range of yellow. I see you see you. And is not cool native American Red ranger from one. Act like there is probably easier. One. I want to probably like one of the space seasons. Don't quote me on that. I'm like, mighty more fin all day every day, the creatures, maybe maybe Donald the Dino. Anyway. Yeah. So is by blah, there is not a lot of pop culture, references either. Which will mean you that doesn't date this episode as much? Well, I mean still dated, but more culture references. It would have been dated even more. Okay. My favorite favorite favorite favorite season, in the whole thing is while visit fame ages like SA berry Manilow. She's light was a coca Cococabana. He's like, no, it was. The road. The red redemption is a rocky. Yeah. Angel. You can find angel VHS holy crap. Ellen. Release at thanks season. What did too early VHS on to say, I got the DVD's like when they first came out like they first came out so two thousand DVD's weren't really solid, solid two thousand Hugh, I'm still having that fight with HDD. So. DVD's but yeah, I got all the singles Eason's in our in got the coworkers emission, which has had not worth it. Now, the Buffy one, they really didn't do a laugher angel for Jim like which is a shame because it's like five seasons. Really get like money like extras or anything on there. No. Basically just be effort, the pesetas. Couple of home interiors out in one on looking to say there is a couple of member season. Two are not Curry's. I was watching this salad stream in it. I didn't put my actual diva rewatch. Oh, I did at you brought the box. But yet on the box in front of me. Oh, I do late how in the beginning of the bay going to the gym, and you see the team walking along the walls, the nears, you could be the camera people's reflections to. Okay. You say you angels reflection dab. Dave ramsey. Like digitally race it or whatever walking. It's because he's actually not walking with group because they have to late. Yeah, you can actually see his reflection went for the group to catch up really posit kinda wear like because he's like, hey, what did they do it now that Miers really made with silver anymore? So Hannibal immune point. But whatever. Anyway, that's enough Maria. Blink of my bit picky notes. Even be minus a need birth season opener dislike. Adhered. More about with darla was doing like I am all about that will permit heart. Life bro, light big reveal he cutter Blake blow that in the first episode. It's like Lindsay's got his fake our listener white Omar God, I need to give birth to wolf. I know they're saving. They were saving a bunch of that, you know, 'cause. Crazy light. Once you introduce that then we're on and on about a diva night on words like our own. I wanna know parts load build it up. I mean we didn't get Wolfram and Hart every up the city's in one either. I know only that's the thing about angel, like some of these potlucks are such a slow burn. But the payoffs solar like this, this payoff is not worth it. This. You nobody gives us Allen. Spoiler. But you know what against China? I mean, would it would it have been tedious, or would it would you bought it, if they done something with from in heart, every episode every episode of the late, I love the Elila in on Gavin that eaten or something? Yeah. Air wine. The let those guys. Like lucky I was really hoping we should spinoff from it heart because when they reveal spoilers sorry, but they were all they all dimensions that basically have their hands in every pot. I was like this needs to be off our thoughts. All I put more with that we have they mentioned the other dimensions and stuff. It's like yeah. Allan, Allan need on needs, more lore. So they didn't sees it actually know what maller I think about it will form in heart spinoff, instead of angel revival. Let's do it. Ooh. Or can I get a comic book or something like goodness, they really don't go into it in after the fall. So it's just like came. Oh my God. I haven't he hasn't anything says leverage. I don't think you should watch leverage. It's amazing. But I guess you bring wool from her heart back, because, like, angel of sure aren't there. Now, let me dead anyway, has said sweaters. Oh, you actually going to bring him back on supernatural shell room. Well, he did sound sold to hurt. Did he know? Number. Yeah. I don't remember. Oh my God. Key matching they brought back. They brought. Thar. Hlavac. Awfully. Break honor that. Lord, these days with his family and has his happy in the good. You magic like they did like a, a revival of angel in lake brought Lindsay back in either Brana back either is like a vampire, like part demon or something. Be like oh yeah. You know, Tony. Yeah, I you know, I can go to with you. Now. He still some the how his best the relationship that they have. Oh, no. No one more thing that I found the funniest thing in the co-starring lake credits. There's, there's this curator name white guy, played by g through Frasca, like walls, saves maybe I think, so. A white guy. I mean you can do black guys obviously, the your two thousand again white way around maybe probably not. But, you know. Madison lazy credits mockery. But no. Okay. Hillman. Let's wrap it up. All right. So yes begun a nother summer of angel chronicle. So Senator thoughts on any of the season two episodes. You know, we're get new at all. Email us keeps them Muna ticks at gmaiLcom. Follow us on Facebook angel chronicles at age it at angel TV podcast on Twitter at seal sidekicks on Twitter. Also follow seal, psychic on Instagram put our stuff their voicemail. Six one four three eight two two seven three seven six four thirty capes. 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U.S. Airstrike in Iraq; Apples Milestone

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U.S. Airstrike in Iraq; Apples Milestone

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We'll hear from Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer the world is better off without thout Sulamani on the campaign trail response to the strike. Access Co founder. Mike Allen breaks down reactions from presidential hopefuls and Politicos plus apple has hit a milestone one of its earliest investors reflects on apple's evolution and considers how much further it can run I'm CNBC producer Katie. Kramer it's Friday January anywhere third. Twenty twenty squad begins right now. Becky good morning everybody welcomed Squawk box here on. CNBC we are live. The Nasdaq market site site in Times Square. I'm becky quick. Along with Joe Kernan. Andrew is out today but stocks are moving on the news that the US killed. Iran's top commander General Qassim Salomone in a drone drone strike and Baghdad. Obviously crude is the real focus for what's happening here as tensions are on there is in the Middle East up seven percent versus a market up thirty last year and a lot of people are saying. That's a place to look this year for some gains for something that has moved and we're moving crude from sixty all of a sudden we're not being fifty two to I guess based on some of the house there's no when you think of Of the heightened tensions what this is going to mean that the potential repercussions in the Middle East right the additional idea of additional strikes on any chips that could be going through the Straits of or moves. Something's people are going to be on the watch for very quickly. Been Messing with the oil production for the last six months with what happened in in the Saudi oilfields. And we you know we always look forward at the beginning of each year and we talked roll. What what could possibly derail when you do all these check marks and everything seemed bullish? What could derail it? We've been talking about Rumsfeld's come at the unknown unknown. The unknown was that we know the Middle East is powder keg. Everybody knows that the unknown unknown is that there's a possibility of a full-fledged conflict that we thought was was off the table after the American public wanted nothing to do with that and after Afghanistan in Iraq. We don't WANNA get bogged down in any of this trump has said again and again president trump. That he doesn't WANNA WANNA do that except for opens a real possibility that there could be a much maybe not a full fledge shooting war but something a lot more than what we were expecting around eight PM on Thursday. The news broke that Iranian general. Qasim Soleimani was killed in Iraq and a US air strike authorized by president trump. Here's what we know. So many was Iran's top military commander considered by some to be the country's second most important political figure he was the leader of the cubs force. That's that's a special operations group inside. The Iran Revolutionary Guard a US designated foreign terrorist organization. According to the Defense Department Soleimani was actively planning attacks on American diplomats and the US military he'd arranged recent attacks on coalition basis in Iraq and approved attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad. The United States also also named Soleimani responsible for deaths of Americans from two thousand three onward in the run up to and duration of the Iraq war in a statement released after the killing. The Defense Department Department explains that the strike was aimed at deterring future Iranian attack plans. We don't know what those plans were. But in a tweet after the strike secretary of State Mike pompeo referred referred to quote imminent threats to American lives. President trump has also been tweeting since last night strike and the Iranians have spoken out as well vowing to take reciprocal burkle action. That reciprocal response could be a military one. A cyber retaliation or of course an economic one against American oil interests in the region as this Joe said unknowns joining us right now is in Bremmer. He's the president of the Eurasia Group. And in what does this mean. What are the next steps? Well the Iranians clearly half half to retaliate to some degree and the way they most likely do that as against American targets if they can get to them on the ground Iraq's the department said everyone should leave having said that the Iranians Romanians are not looking to precipitate military strikes against Iran. More broadly in every time historically they've been faced with overwhelming military force. They have actually backed down and so I'm not surprised that the markets don't seem to be overreacting here. They're not saying we expect conflagration in the region. You also can't call trump a hawk hawk every time trump that he was looking for excuses to go to war with Iran. He's had ample. When the Iranians people fifty percent of Saudis Tomorrow Orlando of the region as much as he wanted to pull out and he's also not been eager to engage in strikes but it was a red line when Sulamani directly recklessly were orchestrated attacks against the US space American soldiers injured one American citizen field NASA and then the embassy? Let's see and I think the for for trump for make America great again. We focus on the United States trump. That for him was a much sharper requirement to respond bond and the Iranians of now seeing that that response policy guy in so I don't expect a non nuance dancer but is it. Would you say a good day for the world or or we don't know yet because there could be some bad ramifications for the world done wrong. I it's clearly. The world is better off without Sulamani on it. He orchestrated Iran's proxy and terrorist network built it across the entire region. He's directly responsible as well for the killing of hundreds hundreds of Americans on the ground in Iraq that's been amply documented ends up resulting in more human suffering death. Maybe it's a bad thing with Jewett but when you just leave him on the you know you can but but he was uncontainable. Clearly we've had opportunities destroyed this guy before we haven't done. It would have been more offensive if we had tried to strike them indirectly in Iranian territory. Hard for your audience. Not Go after the Americans directly as opposed through proxies if we had done that the biggest policy issue in the near term is that it's almost almost impossible for the Iraqis now to allow the Americans to maintain a military presence on the ground. That was already becoming issue. Parliament was moving quickly Towards a vote on to tell the Americans to leave that would obviously be an embarrassment for president trump. If it were to happen as you're speaking there are just headlines coming. The Iraqi speaker offers condolences to Iran over the killing of Of Sulejmani and they're also saying that they would like to not see this buildup or play way out on Iraqi territory. Sure that's the next step. What happens if the United States is actually forced out of Iraq? Well I mean in one. Is that our ability to have a supply chain and intelligence for more limited forces we have in Syria becomes more problematic the ability to continue to proselytize the war war against Isis and other constituent radical parts that are growing up in that region with power vacuum also continues to grow but trump trump has said that isis is a much greater threat in the region than the United States much greater threat to Europe then to the United States. So there's all this question of how much the Americans game right at the end of the the OPEC has much less influence today than it did five or ten years ago. The Middle East is objectively less important to American national security than it was five or ten years we see a build up of American troops. There are continued. And you'd pull back well. This is interesting right because trump has historically wanted to keep troops out of the region and yet the total trip levels of the the US the Middle East today is about what it was under Obama Right. It's increased in a couple of places like Saudi Arabia's decreased and others the fact that trump has just recently in response onto the attack on the embassy. Said we're sending more troops in means. It's hard for him to say. Oh now we don't care we're going to focus only on are much narrower. We're interested in bloodied Iranians. That's enough but trump actually has nationalist Bona Fida vis-a-vis Iran. I mean he's the one that pulled out of the Iranian nuclear deal. Which one can say precipitated? This level of escalation that we've seen over the last year and a half. He's the one that added sanctions to Iran. which helped to implode their economy down almost ten percent next year so it's not as if trump needs to burnish the fact that he actually is prepared to escalate against America's most committed enemy in the region? The the question is is he going to be able in the short term glare of media to say. Okay I'm now pulling troops out of Iraq. The State Department has said all American personnel American citizens citizens should leave Iraq immediately. That's different from saying American troops can just leave makes it less likely or more likely that there's actually a an eventual dialogue between trump in the in the near term. It makes it absolutely impossible but keep in mind. Trump is the guy that was much more interested in talking to these guys and not necessarily the mullah's the president of the French president tried to facilitate that during the United Nations meetings. Trump said he was willing to take a phone call directly to talk to them and and the Iranians said no he used Ave Japanese prime ministers. Well didn't work in. Could you ever see the Iranians completely acting on there. Ah The way the rhetoric is could you ever see them taking steps to to just Act completely on their threats. I just can't see it can you. It's not as if we took out some low linking general. We did we. What do they want a full conflict with the superpower that no they absolutely don't but we do need to keep in mind that unlike in North Korea where one guy runs the country in Iran is a battle between? Then there's everybody else they can't control too. It looks like you know. Suddenly because force is going to lose power. They're going to implode their risk. Acceptance versus the United States goes up but I would keep in mind and from everything. We've seen some from so far. The idea that this is a guy looking in the WAG. The dog really doesn't play out. Ts will be next next next on swap pot continuing coverage of the US. Air Strike in Iraq co-founder of news. Website axios runs through the reactions from politicos on both sides of the aisle including including the Democratic presidential. Hopefuls will be back in a moment this. CNBC podcast is brought to you by. Td Ameritrade Dea wish you had a second second opinion before placing a trade with the strategy gut check from td Ameritrade trade desk. You'll get a second set of eyes on your trade idea to help you make decisions with more confidence. Indi- their team of experts is available to help you weigh the risks and potential rewards. So you understand the INS and outs of your trade to learn more of contact the trade trade desk at td ameritrade dot com slash trade desk where smart investors get smarter members. SIPC this is squawk pod and now more coverage of the US air strike. This next conversation is with my gallon. co-founder of news website access. He was originally regionally booked on our TV broadcast discuss presidential candidate fundraising in the fourth quarter. But on days like today we often ask guests to pivot. It's part of what makes the show so compelling being on days dominated by breaking news you'll hear from Ayman Jeffers one of CNBC's washington-based reporters and of course becky quick and Joe Kernan. Let's bring in Mike Allen. Axios co-founder Michael Good Morning. It's good to see you It's nice to see that we're getting the same sort of analysis analysis and response from both sides of the aisle. This that's read that as sarcasm. It's amazing but here's read it that way we caught on. Yes Hi you're very subtle. See what you do at Axios snarky No I'm just kidding. That other Guy Swan who I love anyway anyway. You want to just summarize some of the Collins I think we have some tweets from We have some tweets from center war. And I I WANNA talk about Joe Biden actually at some point but across the board the right was pretty positive about taking this guy out when you said that we can say very much so and we want to be clear. America now is on a war footing and the responses from both sides. Reflect that so you had Republican senators saying the president is following through New Year's Eve he said Iran has been pay a very big price all caps. And we're seeing their response from Democrats. Senator Senator Warren Pointing out that. This was a bad actor. He was responsible for hundreds of American deaths and get warning against escalation escalation We were asking about Biden the former vice president saying that the president threw a stick of dynamite in a tinderbox Fox. Those are candidates though. LISTEN TO WHAT SPEAKER PELOSI SAYS SPEAKER PELOSI WHO's third in power in the government says Congress was not consulted in her statement. She uses the word escalation twice. She says what she wants. Congress to be briefed not only on next steps here but also on this escalation in deployment of American troops. Is there anything I mean. Did you do something like this. Is the president have to consult Congress to take out this guy after after what happened at the embassy. This'll that'll be debated and disputed for sure. Congress is going to inject itself in a scoop here from that other guy as he said The Great Jonathan Swan said that Sources close to the trump national security team. Say That something that the White House has been very worried about and is prepared for is a cyber reaction Iran that there could be a cyber attack that that is the surest way that Iran could could attack stateside and we heard general. Rita's a morning Joe. Saying the United States is Boehner Bowl there in the cyber realm. And so that's another great interest to your viewers and that is the kind of asymmetric response. The will be watching for from Iran. Hypocrite saying asymmetric metric response. Mike what what does that mean. What are we prepared for them? What are the political ramifications depending on what that response is non superpower attacking a superpower as you? You know and you can do that. Through cyber you can do that Through attacks elsewhere maybe not directly on American interests interests and so finding other ways to Respond as they vowed that they will and they're sure to that's why there's so much alarm around around the world. No no chance. Ron Doesn't respond. The question is how where. Who are they going to take? I've got people sending in some some comments comments from the late John McCain that speaking about this guy years ago When are we going to do something? Is this GONNA go unchallenged. Are we going to let this get by. Are we going to let this slide. I mean it goes all the way back to the coal if you can believe that guys and probably thousands of Americans now. Do you have any first-hand knowledge on whether we know he was there planning more attacks on Americans you the White House is saying that you have have a separate evidence that that's true. Can we believe that The administration is saying they have intelligence about planning attacks attacks. But just look at what he's done. Look at the track record Back when general. David Portrayal was commander of coalition forces in in Iraq. He was warning. Dexter Filkins writes in his great profile. Two thousand thirteen rights to these warning evil persons as someone who who through other devices cost many American lives and someone who greatly increase increase the risk for America. I think that the Democrats and the presidential candidates on the Democratic side Mike and you can correct me if I'm wrong. I I think they're treading lightly because this was a really bad guy and it's tough to say anything and my point earlier was that if they just let it all hang out we would have heard wag the dog by now and we haven't heard that because we're in the middle of impeachment and all these other thing and that would have been Schumer I still. I think he's going to say that at this point that this is a wag the dog because he just had the latest email or whatever is that above what they're like they're doing the laugh off the first half of what you're saying for sure is true and that it is look at what has been done look at has been planned. Look at the pictures we've seen from the last few days very few Americans are going to object to that but This is a great risk and the New York Times putting out this morning. This is something the George W Bush and Barack Obama walked away from all the coverage last night region. We heard long in American Sates No one When after Oh him? This was the moment. You probably only hear something like this from me. Mike an aim and but I just when I read Vice President Biden's comment so let's see against the bin Laden Addin raid for the second Iraq war against the I four splitting Iraq into three against the surge secretary gates. Who was AH President Obama's defense secretary? I could tell us where you were going. I knew you that quote. Of course you know that quote said in his book binding has been wrong wrong about every major security in four foreign policy issue for the last forty years so I I can't help it when I know that and I read this it just for me. Hey it's tainted but what I will say and This'll be very interesting in the next few hours Vice President Biden was they're seeing the pictures the vice president in the situation room Mike so many other people on the trail he knows the intelligence knows the wrong choices and sewing hearing his view. Of What we've done here. What was considered why it wasn't done in the past always gonNA be extremely illuminating? Amen WanNA bring a little additional information that we're doing in from embassies angle who has now spoken to the president of Iraq on the telephones. We're getting some reaction from the Iraqi side. Now Richard Angled reporting that Iraqi not President Barham Saleh is saying the situation in Iraq is very fragile. Very precarious I urged restraint on all sides. Iraq cannot be condemned to another cycle of violence. We've had too many wars over the last four decades. The situation now is very dangerous no doubt and that is why I am urging calm. So that's the reaction from the Iraqi east side of all this and there'll be some questions about whether the Iraqis were looped into this participated in any way or whether this came as news to them as it did to us even though it happened happened right at the Baghdad. Airport Ayman brought us The the boat and common to earlier Mike. We're you surprised that he thought he was voted off the island. Is there a he's back. He's back with what he was saying about the president's handling of North Korea. I was surprised that he would be so positive. I guess he you know if the Takashi's for a different way to say it is not being positive being realistic he. He knows the intelligence and obviously incredible differences of which we've heard about some of which we have not that he had internally both expressed and unexpressed but what he said they're like is is a very helpful reflection of what they knew what they were thinking about. What was considered when this decision was made? Amen thank you and Bob Mike. You're next on Squawk pod. Apple's share price has hit a new milestone crossing the three hundred dollars threshold for the first time we'll speak to fame. Venture capitalists and one of the early investors in Apple Allen. Patrika spit a great run travel. I mean this is terrific year and I veto see how this thing is going to stop. We'll be right back. Everybody weren't Afi Block when you're listening to squash pod. There's a strong chance many of you podcast. Listeners are enjoying squawk pod on an apple device. Well yesterday shares of that technology giant hit a new all-time all time high topping three hundred dollars each prompting several Wall Street institutions to bullishly raise price targets on apple stock. Apple's market cap now stands at one point three trillion dollars for some context that is nearly eleven. IBM's our final guest. Today is venture capitalist Allen Patrick off. He's the founder of Grey Croft Adventures where he invests in early stage growth companies and entrepreneurs but he was also one of apple's early backers quite a while ago Patrick off was a second round investor in the company as has a startup in the late nineteen seventies five years before the release of the first MAC computer he joined Joe and Becky today to get to the core of apple's success as well as the the recent news that Richard Butler the former head of HBO has signed a production deal with apple TV. Plus here's that conversation. Are you still an investor in Apple. Wish I wish and it's a long long time ago. I was thinking yes. They invested in apple had a sixty million dollars. Valuation Valuation was Sir Right now and it went back down to. I think it was when scully left and we brought in. They brought in Gil Amelio. Do you remember that all go on. That was a short run. Yeah yeah but it was nine billion. Then I think and now it's nine trillion trillion quite nitro Israel. You know I'm not saying we're going to be there. They'll tell you betting against this. Wh You know I. It's interesting because a year ago today. Apple stock tumbled very big day took again the entire market because apple said that they were seeing some tensions with the China trade talks that was causing problems and slower sales in China and other places where two hundred one hundred fifty went down to one hundred forty ended up at three hundred. I mean it's It's been a great run apple. I mean this is terrific ear and I frankly don't see see how this thing is going to stop. I mean I think he's got an engine. It's you know. I was looking the other day they had as I counted them. twenty-one new product introductions last chair in the refinements of new ear buds and different things pro. You know you have facial recognition or not. I mean everything changes a little bit but it's it's not It's amazing I mean the last year and a half maybe two years I think. Investors look at the stock very differently to no longer necessarily early just tech company but also a consumer company consumer products company that has built an ecosystem. That kind of Luke's people in it really is. It's almost negoti the lines I I live right near the apple store. There's never without a line and we're in a residential district. You go to another city always the line you go. Of course the fifty seven fifty nine th street store. There's there's always align their someone is coming to an apple store for something all the time and to me. I think this new applications in the healthcare area. And what they're gonNA do with the watch and what they're going to be able to tell you about your duchess your sleep but all the year I mean they can measure almost anything out of this It's just it's just incredible and then you top that off with the airports which I don't have the latest number but I I I believe it's going to be a approach a hundred million of these out today and growing like crazy and I'm sure it was a very big Christmas present You you may have up to date facts. But I think it's they've got a great engine going on you said you couldn't think of anything couldn't see anything stopping this but a year ago today. Okay people were very concerned about the China trade talks and that being a huge issue. Tim Cook's done probably a better job than just about anybody in terms of being able to walk very fine line but there is the chance that those Sir trade talks go south and the tensions kind of flare back up there. They're always factors that are going to affect the markets where I got out of the running public money and got into the venture capital business originally because I I I woke up every day in some some something affected something I owned that I had no knowledge the judge and just hit us and I said I wanna be something where I can get closer to you. Know closer to the action. And that's what the venture council to make more money. No no it wasn't the end result though wasn't it. That was a good move. Well it was enjoyment. I mean I really got it. were interested in being involved in the early stages of building businesses which is so how we got involved. Apple Apple was in that stage at the time. You never thought a public could've never no one could have thought we were talking about that. The I just walked anybody walking by has an iphone. So how do you how did he invent something that everybody in the entire country has one of and then do it again with this air pods. That's what I don't think I don't know how you not them off. That means something else is going to come along every day. There's something else that was. My music comes from apple but soon my. TV's going to come from Apple. I I mean I read a Ah Richard Butler joining yes riches. He's a formidable resource. I mean he's very talented. We'll watch bright little lies. And a game of thrones and all the other stuff he's very creative force that's the show for today. Thanks for listening next week. Is the first full all week the New Year. We'll have the latest market moving news interviews with a few CEO's and maybe thoughts about the Golden Globes squawk box hosted by. Joe Kernan Becky quick and Andrew. Ross Sorkin soon in weekday mornings on CNBC at six am eastern to get the smartest takes and analysis from our TV. Show right into your ears. Subscribe to Squawk Pod. Wherever every? Get Your podcasts will meet you back here on Monday. I've agree clear skies this. 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U.S., Mexico And Canada Sign Updated Trade Deal

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:27 min | 1 year ago

U.S., Mexico And Canada Sign Updated Trade Deal

"Applause filled the presidential palace Mexico City yesterday representatives of the US Mexico and Canada signed an updated version of the North American. Free Trade Agreement once it's ratified by all parties. The deal will govern billions of dollars of commerce. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico City. It seemed like the officials from all three North American countries. He's let out a collective sigh of relief as they sat on a stage facing a packed audience of business leaders and politicians at Mexico's presidential palace. Visual Mission Accomplished declared Mexico's Foreign Minister Marcelo Bernard to great applause for Mexico Mexico. It was a mission that many thout couldn't be completed two years ago. President trump was threatening to rip up Nafta dubbing it the worst trade deal in history a move that would've thrown Mexico's economy into turmoil. Trade between the two countries tops. A billion dollars. A day with eighty percent of Mexico's exports sent to the US and millions of jobs dependent on that Commerce Robert Lighthizer United States trade representative says it's fought hard for a new deal. The result I think is the best trade agreement in history. He says it has the most up-to-date provisions regulating digital and ECOMMERCE in the world types of trade. That didn't even exist. Nafta was originally signed twenty five years ago. And it's something that's going to North America. Richer is going to make America. Richards GonNa make Canada richer and it's going to make Mexico richer. The pact also requires auto manufacturers to use more parts from North America and that a large percentage of vehicle production be done in a plant where the minimum wage is sixteen dollars an hour. The hope there is stimulus and Canadian jobs for moving to lower paid Mexican execute factories. A sticking point in the negotiations in recent months though was a move by Democrats to get tougher Labor and Environmental Enforcement Provisions Mexico. Mexico didn't want to let. US inspectors into their plants. But in the end they signed onto allowing so-called inspection panels with representatives from all three countries. These economists Lewis did like will help negotiate the original Nafta Agreement. Twenty five years ago says Mexican negotiators could have done better. But we're feeling under pressure pressure to get a deal ahead of next year's. US Presidential Elections Sometimes Been Mexico. We minimize the The leveraged we may get in the US Josh on the maybe we will be wise for Mexico to use it more often than he says. The new deal puts an end to the uncertainty driving away. much-needed investment in Mexico Mexico's President Andrew Munro Lopez over the door praise negotiators from all three countries and especially his counterpart Donald Trump. The most new long they put us in the doom not move away not less young. With president trump. We have a really good relations says Lopez Christopher Wilson and Mexico expert expert at the Wilson Center in Washington. DC says such warm talk from across. The border is an odd turn of events. Somehow despite the you know the accusations musicians and the tough rhetoric both countries are finding a way to continue to work together and are even praising each other while they do it. He says it's an interesting Anne strange moment moment in U._S.. Mexico relations right now. Carrie Kahn N._p._R.. News Mexico City.

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Happy Daily 250  Wilkes County: The Movie

Happy Day in Wilkes!

03:38 min | 1 year ago

Happy Daily 250 Wilkes County: The Movie

"Why? All this is Brian and his happy daily young. It'll be honest with just jumped up out of bed because I realized I hadn't recorded happy daily day and I was in sparred anyway, because it's just a it's an atom right now. And I d it's just a tiny little tiny little thing. But I. Won't. To give laugh. To something, I wanna call will county the movie Yano, right? Wilkes county. The movie. I need to do like a a go fund may or a Kickstarter earning do to just start this thing, but I was just laying in bed, how the Cam and Cam with Brian. You have a singular vision of Wilkes county that is just important for people to know about. And I think you need to consider easing your scales in your pulpy it to, to share the greatness of Wilkes county. Mike. Well, kim. How do I do that? And she's like, just thank on it and pray on it, and it'll come to you. And I'll just thout and pride off a hard and. Lord, put it on my heart. Wilkes county. The movie it'd be a documentary in it. I think I'd want to interview all the movers and shakers in Wilkes county all the church leaders. I'll the titans of industry. I could probably get the, the guy runs the. The creek stop. I love that place. Maybe the got runs the glue probably look hard enough. I could probably get a hold the guy east run the CC's before it closed. I'd probably even dedicate like at least quarter, the movies that my that to the papal, go, Wilkes community, Voican, let them not only, you know, share their unique perspectives on wills county. You know, in Beijing form lack the do on the website, but in digital form in, in the form of a movie that would be excess spoil on the internet, and in Netflix and stuff like that. I just think that this would be win win all around. It would just be something that I could. Just if I could if I could give one thing back to Wilkes county. It'd be the happy daily. But if I give to things back, it'd be happy daily, and Wilkes county, the movie if I give free things back. It'd be happy daily Wilkes county, the movie, and I'd open it, crispy cream. I'm out needed started for that to let me know what you think about this idea if it's worth going after the Shida me, not Brian dot Kilby gmaiLcom, or leaving here on the, the Facebooks where I share this or at Brian Kilby dot com. I'd love to hear your thoughts. It would just as it would just be the greatest thing ever looks county, it would I love to do it in lack free to be a part of it. Maybe sheet me line. And let me know. And I hope you'll have a happy day.

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NPR News: 04-10-2020 10AM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 10 months ago

NPR News: 04-10-2020 10AM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Korva Coleman. It's the question on everybody's mind when will the nation's economic shutdown come to an end NPR's enemy-held reports the country's leading expert on infectious diseases and a member of the White House? Corona virus taskforce is cautiously considering the question. Dr Anthony FAUCI Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Tell CNN a key. Antibody test will soon become widely available within a period of a week. Or so. We're GONNA have a rather large number of tests that are available. The test could help inform strategies for getting people back to work found. She says there are likely. Many people who've been infected showed no symptoms so didn't even know it but felt she cautions. It's the virus itself that will decide when the country reopens don't want to get out there prematurely and then wind up your back back in the same situation is different. Areas see their infections peak at different times. Thout she says. The country is likely facing a gradual reopening. Amy held NPR news after the Krona virus peaks in the United States. And the number of people who are infected begins to decline the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is going to take steps to stop it from erupting again. Npr's Rob Stein says the CDC is going to employ a huge number of people to track the spread of the corona virus whenever the pandemic finally does peak and does recede. The virus will still be around. And you know lots of people will still be vulnerable. So one of the key weapons there will be needed to try to keep it from roaring back will be enough. Disease Detectives swooping in the first signs of any new outbreaks. Flare UP TO TRACK DOWN. Everyone who might have been exposed. What's called contact? Tracing keeping the fires in check and that takes an enormous amount of personnel. Npr's Rob Stein reporting beginning today. Residents of Los Angeles are required to wear masks or face coverings when visiting essential businesses NPR's Leila follow reports. This comes as the rate of increase in Corona virus cases in Los Angeles is slowing today in La. If you show up at essential business like the grocery store without your nose and mouth covered those businesses can refuse you service. It's part of an order for mayor. Eric Garcetti this week to protect essential workers. Those workers are now required to wear face coverings and the businesses they work for must provide or pay for non medical grade face coverings at no cost to the employee with you saying that people were are heroes who are grocery clerks folks that were helping. Us drive buses etc. We now wanted to make sure that that was mandated that employers knew that they had a responsibility that employees knew that they had a protection. The mayor has said this will largely be self enforced but the protection order says noncompliance is a misdemeanor that could come with a fine or imprisonment. Leyla Vaudin NPR news. Los Angeles Wall Street is closed. Today this is NPR. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended its no sale order to cruise ships. Meanwhile crew member from a cruise ship allowed to dock in Florida with deceased in sick passengers aboard also died at least four people who were aboard the Zaandam cruise ship have died of cove. Nineteen the UN refugee agency warrants. Burkina-fasso is on the verge of a major humanitarian catastrophe leash line reports from Geneva the UNHCR estimates three hundred fifty thousand people in burkina-fasso urgently needs shelter and water to help them cope with the harsh desert like conditions. In addition spokesman Bubba. Baller says people live in fear of attacks by armed groups who are wreaking havoc in the country. People speak in horrifying details of attacks on the villages. Been men. Boys are killed women Dri Tomes pilots and schools. Along with other infrastructures are destroyed over the past sixteen months. Nearly eight hundred forty thousand people have fled their homes because of conflict and drought the UN calls this the world's fastest growing displacement crisis for NPR news. I'm Lisa Shlein in Geneva. A European space probe has successfully flown Bhai Earth. The probe is ultimately heading to mercury but to use the least amount of fuel it needed to fly earth once will fly by Venus twice and Mercury six times it will use the planet's gravity to help set. Its course the probe will settle into orbit around Mercury and began studying the planet by Twenty Twenty Five. I'm KORVA COLEMAN NPR news.

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Have a default choice

Before Breakfast

08:26 min | 11 months ago

Have a default choice

"Hey listeners have you heard about Rossi's they're stylish sustainable comfortable washable really all in one pair of shoes. They're the perfect flats for life on the go. Trust me. I wear my linen double stitch flats everywhere. Route these coming in ever changing array of colors prints and patterns and they're available in a range of styles like sneakers loafers points and more plus it will blow your mind that they're made from re purposed plastic water bottles in fact. Rossi's has diverted over thirty five million water bottles from landfills already. Check out all the amazing styles available right now at Rossi's dot com slash breakfast go to rocky's dot com that's our ot H. Y. S. dot com slash breakfast to get your new favourite flats comfort style and sustainability. These are the shoes you've been waiting for head to Rossi's dot com slash breakfast today. I everyone I'm Katie. Couric here to let you know that my podcast next question with me. Katie couric is back for. Its second season. I'll be diving into some big issues like this country's devastating maternal mortality rate. The rise of astrology and a little thing called the presidential election listened to next question. It comes out every Thursday on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your favorite shows. Welcome to before breakfast. A production of iheartradio. Good Morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to make default decisions so you can quickly navigate the problem of having too many choices. I know that having too many choices sounds like the definition of a first world problem there are plenty of people out there whose lives are constrained by restrictions. They didn't choose and who struggled to meet their basic needs. But I'm guessing this is not the situation facing many listeners. This podcast we often face the opposite problem. How do we navigate the myriad choices we encounter daily without feeling stressed or regretful? About our decisions well choice. Seems like a good thing. Too much of it can take a toll in his book. The paradox of choice psychologist berry shorts explains that people can feel anxious at the prospect of making a choice and overwhelmed by all the options. Then we can feel regretful of decisions as we recall the options given up. This is all made worse because we feel responsible for the outcome having made the choice ourselves. So what are we to do? Shorts recommends choosing when to choose as he puts it rather than investing time and energy in every decision. We face figure out which ones weren't thoughtful deliberations for everything else. Go with a default option. And maybe this sounds challenging but it turns out that if you are an upstanding citizen you've probably already got default rules for a lot of things. Shorts gives the example of wearing a seat belt or not cheating on your partner. These are in fact choices but there are good enough reasons not to seriously entertain the alternative. That most of us don't spend a whole lot of time thinking about it. Turns out you can also make default decisions on many other things even if the consequences aren't so dire and lots of people have heard about the example of President Obama wearing only gray or blue suits by eliminating insignificant choices. He could focus on more important things if the situation called for it he'd wear something else but there had to be a good reason. Likewise maybe you can set mealtime defaults Turkey sausage and fruit for breakfast a green vegetable every lunch and dinner no alcohol during the week. It's also a good idea to have a good restaurant or two for work lunches and dinners when someone suggests meeting for a meal. You know exactly where to take the person and you know exactly what to order of. Course if there's a reason to switch from the default you can if you're entertaining vegetarian. Client for instance best to go to a restaurant with more than one veggie option but having a default means you can focus on preparing for the meeting rather than choosing a restaurant and you can focus on the mealtime conversation rather than the menu like President Obama. You could also choose defaults getting dressed if you love fashion. That's wonderful but for those of us who just WANNA look put together. Socially appropriate figure out what works and go with that for a normal business attire workplace. For example your default outfit might be a dress shirt black pants and black dress shoes your weekend. Daytime default might be sweater jeans and slip on low. I are flats. You might only by black leggings or running shorts so that you don't have to think about whether the color of your bottom half looks ridiculous with your exercise. Top defaults can help with your schedule to if Friday night is always date night you can have a babysitter who is scheduled every week rather than having to find a babysitter. Each time you decide to go out and did you can have defaults for just about anything. I love this example from before breakfast. Listener Jennifer. I work on a college campus with lots of parking. Lots she writes over the years. I have needlessly spent time walking around searching for my car at the end of the day last year I decided to park in the same parking lot each and every day this way. I don't forget where my car is parked and I don't have to put a reminder in my phone or think of another way to remember where my car is that day. At the end of the day I walked from wherever I am on campus to my car in my parking lot. It has taken one decision of list of daily decisions and has limited my aimless walking all over campus to find my car. What default decisions have you made? Are there areas of your life? You might be able to streamline with a default decision. I'd love to hear about it. You can reach me at before breakfast podcasts. At IHEARTMEDIA DOT com. In the meantime this is Laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our talking. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter facebook and Instagram at before breakfast pot. That's be the number four then breakfast P. O. D. You can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts at I heart media DOT COM. That before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much. I look forward to staying in touch before. Breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows support for before breakfast comes from T. mobile for business. 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1 Million Downloads - New Things To Come

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

10:33 min | 1 year ago

1 Million Downloads - New Things To Come

"In summertime tips, fun facts for Paul, Chris and indexed, total wine and more wanna be the favorite guests at the cookout this weekend. Bring a sweet misconduct with your homemade cherry pie. Dying up the grill. Cool down with sangria whiter red lift up recipes for both wine is made in virtually every country in the world. And I'm ready to give you a tour to find the right one. Whether you're hosting or does bringing the wine, we'd love to share always low prices, and ridiculous election. This summer, total wine and more. Cheers. Quitting your burgers on the coffee table. If you wanna eat a burger put it on a bar full your instincts to be dumped for the new all American cheeseburger, fresh juicy fiefs fast tillage, crispy around the edges. Covered a Jewish cheese and stacked to the ceiling with deliciousness, and knocked that baby Dow with a frosted beer at the bar, just like the sports God's intended, but new all America cheeseburger, Buffalo Wild Wings. Please drink responsibly. Let's take a deep breath in through our nose and a debrief thou- through our mouth. When I was younger, I wanted to be a millionaire by the age of thirty. Well, I'm almost thirty and I already am a millionaire. But the different kinds of millionaire, one of impact, and purpose as you might imagine in the last ten years, my goals have changed my priorities have shifted understood that while money is great. It doesn't solve all problems and that what we do each day, and what we focus on each day, makes the most difference having a purpose and making a difference can really make you feel like a million bucks. I'm happy to know that my work has impacted so many people from around the world that you gratitude seekers were able to find reasons for happiness ingratitude in your life. Thanks to the amazing guests. We've had on the podcast this recent five star review. We got on apple podcasts from Chaim K sums it up beautifully. This is a lovely podcast. One that never fails to insp-. Fire and engage. Gratitude is well known to be the secret sauce that Nabil's happiness, but how to put your gratitude into a daily practice and learn from others. In a Safeway answer this podcast. I hope you feel the same way and would this occasion. I want to thank you for all of your support for all of the males that you've sand that the ends on Instagram, the reviews on apple podcasts, the voice mails. They really really mean a lot to me. And I always love to hear from you, and the loved making this conversation as happy, for instance, receive a few days ago at the M on Instagram from gratitude seeker that said, he still enjoying the podcast after six months of listening. I'm talking about you, Joe, thank you so much for being loyal listener, and also left thank Joseph for Celia for his support. It really means. A lot and also the people that have chosen to subscribe, and make gratitude part of their day. Jessica, Chris, Charles Ashley, Lisa Z, Casey Austin lacy. Diane, Stephanie Caitlyn coal faith Eleonore. Andy Emmanuel, rob. Helen Yuki calumny, Deborah Sydney. Jillian, janet. Of course. That's not everyone. But I'm happy that one of the apps that the gratitude podcast can be found on. Let me see your names and gives mediocre -tunities to thank you personally. Whether you just found out about the gratitude podcast has subscribed or you've been listening for quite a while, and we've gotten to know each other better to celebrate. One million downloads will be starting a daily gratitude episode so that you'll have short bits of inspiration. Each day of the week the questions that led me to decide year war, how can I make my gratitude seekers mornings and these better how can I bring more gratitude in their hearts, each day, and my answers? My ideas are those that follow a new uninspiring story each day? And you perspective. An idea on how you can practice gratitude a good question that you can ask yourself in that particular day. 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End-of-Year Awards for Kids

Parenting Roundabout

12:16 min | 1 year ago

End-of-Year Awards for Kids

"Welcome to the parenting roundabout podcasts for the week of June seventeenth two thousand nineteen every week we chat about the things parents talking about complaining about an obsessing about right now. I'm the coal Eric's, and I'm here at Terry Moro. Hello. I'm Catherine Khalek. Oh, hi. And this week were complaining about kids saying what they mean. An obsessing about graduation parties, plus taking a couple of breaks for entertainment discussion, and a recommendation roundup. But today we have some awards to bestow Terry this a little bit outside of your. I guess stage of life. At this point, I'm sure you clearly remember here award. Yes. Time that, you know, you or your children participated in and. In a we thought we would sort of take that those sort of academic awards sport awards in those effort awards in the, you know, I don't know all those fancy words that get into your in kinda made them the home edition upwards, so rather than the school type awards, we're gonna give mom slash home edition awards. So does that make sense? Yes. So, for example. You know, many mums might want to give out this award. Congrats you made an effort to close the pantry doors dog wouldn't get in there and this year ago. How pinning the ribbon on the shirt? Though, I would also add congrats, you manage to bring those glasses of water from your bedroom down to the kitchen. Next up put them in the dish. Exactly. Now, I don't know when my kids were in school might end of year awards might have been things like you remember to put everything in your backpack that you needed and I only had to drive there two or three times a week. Or you did your homework by yourself sixty percent. This year. Two out of three times in one week. You worked on it for ten minutes before you gold me to help you, you are your chrome. Yeah. 'grats you managed to bring back, your uneaten lunch the fridge for that letting it go rotten do not leave it in your locker for five weeks home. We could give awards for. You know you remember to feed the pet that you. Two. Yes, that award would be dusty on the shelf. Not not handed out. Yes. An asterisk not giving this year war, you know, every year we have a dog right as with the one of, you know, walking your pet mention wanted to badly or cleaning up the yard after the pet that you wanted to badly awards would go to mom and dad every year. I like the also like here's zero award for mowing the front yard. There will be an additional award for mowing the bash on the same day. If if you. Yeah. Do you think they knew there were wards in it? They will be more likely to do probably what, what exactly what sort of a ward would we have to give to get those things actually done Crawley something better than Moore about. It's that's normal. Yeah. Happy just hand out simple words like congratulations. You turned off your bedroom light before you left the house. That's exciting. Yeah. I in my house Akil in our house, big deal in my house right now is walking the door for some reason. I mean, my, my daughter is great with basic life skill things. She is really awesome with that. And she drives, and she doesn't good job, primary car. She's very, very capable. And yet she does not seem to be able to turn key in deadbolt. She will avoid it at all costs, and then just not do it. And I don't get it. It does not seem that hard. There's I don't think it's that she can't, I think that just for some reason, she doesn't want to bother with it and social like go out a different door go out through the garage rather than turning the deadbolt at the front door because if she doesn't turn the devil, the front door yeller. So I would definitely they're totally be a medal in like going week actually walking the door on your way not crying. Mom to come. See you off so that she can do it. Oh, I see. Yes, me. The, you know, when I was little, you would always do that for me. And I just remember that snow who's this show. Nice. And I'm like, Bill numbs. Get her have to drive you places in now you drive yourself so you can totally locked the door, right? I look forward to giving that medal sometime. Some day some year. Maybe eventually got that are. Of all the hard things. This child has learned to do this is the thing that's just Latin. No, that's a bridge too for. Is that one extra thout to not get it? Yeah. Right. How about a here's your award for noticing that we're almost out of toilet paper. Awesome of band is a good, one might yeah. That my daughter get a medal for that. She's pretty good. She'll notice when things are running out and go to the store and get refills lease two things that cheese is right. So. You know, maybe sometimes it can have a husband in there, too. Definitely different other. Yeah. No. I my kids, they don't have to do much to earn their urine. Let's just say that. They're quite skilled and talented at, for example, pudding, the towel on the floor on as Dan picking it up after I asked the twenty five different con. Oh, yeah, yeah. Though, they don't have the you know. They've got some talent there. Yeah. Sisson other one of those, why is that so hard right there? Yeah. I don't understand the we had a big milestone, in our house, this year, that I totally give a medal for, which is that for the first time in oh, I don't know. Maybe a decade mice thankfully, this room. It was loss awhile. Yes, it was covered in dust, and things he hadn't looked at for years and years. And yet, he's a little bit obsessive about things staying the way they are. Routine. And so I've given him a lot of rope. But finally, it was like he was having allergies and I'm looking around his room in. There's like an inch of dust on everything because he has touched all that time. But he hasn't wanted to go away either. So we finally said, you know what? Something's gotta give we have got rid of a whole bunch of stuff, and he's fine Manno. There's a few little ass things I would like to do and he's digging. Now, does not do. But that's okay. It's not as dusty a lot of stuff has been thrown away or given away. But that is a that is determined deserving of trophy, at least. Yeah. South large trophy is that was a big thing, Don relatively without wining, most of the whining with me. So he was pretty good about. Yeah, yes, it's a landmark a landmark year for dust removal, if nothing else used to collect car magazines and he had, like, ten to the ones at the grocery store, those leg newsprint car magazine t-, had, like ten or twelve year old, one stacked up on bookshelves all over his room, covered with dust. So he was like somebody in New York apartment with, you know, thirty years of New York Times, barricaded. All right. He was not far from that point. So it's much less saved him from the. You might get back again. But at least we're starting from scratch now a herreid mostly. How about your kids Catherine with they well in the lawn mowing? Yeah. I could I could give my son and award for like we he needs like tally for each time, he takes a shower alliens because he still has not at the point where he does it without being told like I thought that would becoming. You're, you're waiting, so I'm still waiting. So maybe, maybe some sort of incentives in order, but there are so many steps to, you know, because then after the shower you need to hang up the towel like you said, in a call instead of it being like draped over something in his room or on the floor on the floor or whatever it is. So that'd be a good one and for my daughter. Pick like removing empty bottles of things. Because there's play six bottles of shampoo and conditioner that seemed to me to be empty. But, but yet, there's, there's still hanging around so like you'll or two in there. Yes, I need to just get rid of them. But I'm afraid that, you know, who am I what happened to, you know, athle- blamed for it? There was some leftover. Exactly. I was still using that. How to? The nerve, right. Yeah. No, I think I mean, you know, our kids could really, you know, that could be quite hall. They're in a wards at the end of the. At the end of the year, you need to work on an awards banquet. Yeah. We'll be talking about the grad parties later sets. Right. Perhaps, has said that at the grad party, we would mention all these achievements than they would be a little better about it. Yes. What will you do to avoid humiliating you in this way? I use that and he joins. Congrats didn't complain about you to my friends. Complain about you on this house, not addressing them in front of their friends should be worth something. Yeah. Well, we'll, we'll find out more about grad parties later in the week. But we'll wrap up our award ceremony for today for this week's round one. Tune in tomorrow for entertainment themed around two and later in the week to find out what we're complaining about obsessing about recommending right now. Find episodes at parenting, roundabout dot com and talk back in the comments there on her Facebook page or on Twitter. We'll find us at Brown's about chance.

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Spotify lana tecnologia de insero automtica de anncios

RSS News I O Podcast de Not�cias para Podcasters

11:51 min | 1 year ago

Spotify lana tecnologia de insero automtica de anncios

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Working out at home how to stay Motivated

Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

11:20 min | 2 years ago

Working out at home how to stay Motivated

"Wow. It was so scary. And so painful. It was probably one of the worst things that's ever happened to me. Hello there. And welcome to get healthy lose weight the podcast where I teach you how to get healthy. So that you can lose weight naturally. Thout crazy diets and counting calories. This is your host E ON. The Lynn I'm Alexis esta Titian and certified health coach on today's episode. I'm going to be sharing with you some tips on how you can stay motivated when working out at home. I know him very late in getting an episode out to you. Well, that's because I had an incident with my lower back. My back just went out. Yeah. Wow. It was so scary. And so painful, it was probably one of the worst things that's ever happened to me. Well, maybe not the worst. But it was pretty bad. I now have even more compassion for anyone who suffers from back pain and besides being. In pain. It can make you feel so vulnerable in old. It's really made me start feeling my age. There are so many people who suffer from back problems. And in many cases, it could have been prevented just by doing some simple stretches and exercise as we age our buddies naturally become weaker and weaker, and as we know more susceptible to inflammation and diseases. I'm sure we've all heard of people who just simply died from old age and what happens is their bodies. Just get too weak to function. I come to realize how very important it is to do some exercise. I know I don't really talk much about exercise on the show. And it is true. You don't need to exercise to lose weight. I'm really good about eating healthy. I got that down. But I really lacked the motivation for exercise, I sip for long hours at a computer. And apparently, it's causing me to start having back problems. If I don't get up every now, and then and do some stretches and movement, I'm going to have some serious back problems. If you're a person who sits for a while. And after getting up your back is sort of stiff, well, I'm sorry to say, but that's an indication that sooner or later, you're going to have a back incident. But this episode really isn't about back pain or back problems. I'm getting a little off track. Here. Today's episode is about how to stay motivated when. When you do work out at home, just by maintaining some regular stretching and exercise can help keep you flexible, healthy and younger now, I want you to think about the people, you know, who do work out on a regular basis. Don't they seem to balance around with energy and radiance I've met people that appear much older than their age. Just by the way, they move their movement seem kind of stiff and slow. So I do realize that exercise is very valuable and I've joined numerous gyms over my lifetime. And well, I'm almost barest to tell you I'm joined gyms and never even went wants to the gym after spending all that money. I've never even gone not even one time. It was just too big of a hassle to go to the gym. What I learned about myself is that I could work out at home. I was. Able to maintain regular workouts by doing them at home. This is when I was younger before I got married, and that's another story like a lot of people once we get married and start raising a family, or in my case opened a business up exercising just as a priority anymore. Now that I'm older I have different reasons why I feel exercises important, and that's to remain healthy and youthful and flexible, I don't want to end up in my old age being in pain or being hunched over or stiff one of the hardest things about exercising at home is being able to stay motivated. So today, I'm going to share with you a few ways I have found to keep myself on track. You just finished a long day at work, and it's around six PM. And now you get to sit in traffic for over an hour until you finally get home to put your feet up. Well, if you're anything like me chances are you may not have the time or motivation, Dexter Cise. Most of us in today's busy world have a hard time or find it difficult even to go to the grocery store for fresh food, much, less workout taking two hours in the morning or evening to train hard is difficult. We just don't have the time in our busy lives. And I get that. I really do. I totally understand that. However, the rise of fitness movements like calisthenics has made it easier and more accessible for all to exercise to the best of their ability in any location with a. Wide array of information online regarding exercise programs, and various workouts. Really the most difficult component is not how to exercise for rather. How to stay motivated for me? Personally. I prefer working at her home now in the past I've joined maybe two three or maybe even four gyms and never ended up going once it's much easier for me to work out at home. And there was a point in my younger days, or I did pretty much regularly workout at home, but I know for some people working out at home can be very difficult. I mean gyms are built to be spaces where people all all goals and fitness levels can gather together an motivated other for some this can be intimidating but for many seeing others exercising and working hard. Can't be a great source of motive. Nation, but in your own home gym, you'll not have that for this reason. It's important to find unique ways to motivate yourself when working out at home your biggest challenge is staying on track in progressing towards your goals. Keep in mind that any goal that you have a building muscle or losing weight will take time after all this is not a week long event. You'll need to stay motivated over the course of many months. So the big question remains, how can I stay motivated for the long term? So now here are some things that have worked for me change it up. This is one of the easiest methods to stay motivated, if you're continually doing the same workout or series of workouts. You may find that you get bored very quickly. And addition having no variety in your training will make your progress slower. Our do yourself a favor and keep your mind. Open for doing unique workouts? Follow your favorite fitness trainer on social media chances. Are they will post workout routines that you can follow along with and see faster results? One of the best investments. I have made is a suspension tool suspension, tools, like the TRX are great ways to always have a source of fun and engaging exercise push up in lunges can get boring. Very quickly suspension tools have a huge amount of online videos with exercises for big dinners all the way to advanced a when you make the exercising fun and interactive you'll be more motivated to exercise in stay on track. Suspension tools are great they can help with that. I have put a link in the show notes to my Amazon store will you can check out my favorite suspension tool. And just a reminder when you use that Amazon link my Amazon link you do help support the show believe me when I tell you know, Amazon affiliate is getting rich. It just barely pays for the cost of producing this show. So please if you do decide you want to buy a suspension tool, please use my link. Thank you. All right. So moving on. Now, you do need to make time you need to integrate your home workouts into your daily schedule. Understandably there will be days when you don't want to train, but having your workout in your schedule and viewing them as an important element of your life will ensure you prioritize the workout. You really are more likely to follow through on training sessions. When your workout time is on your regular schedule at the top at the same time each day or the same time each week making it a habit will get you to automatically workout without having to make the decision to do it. So now, what do you think our homework outs ripe for you? Well, homework outs aren't right for everyone. Many people do enjoy the setting of a gym and find that training at home, very difficult. If you're the type of person that can self motivate and plan, your days ahead of time, home workouts might be just right for you. Not only are they a great space to develop your relate of strength. But training at home is cost efficient time, saving and a great way to connect with yourself. All right, folks. That concludes today's. Episode. I'm sorry. My foist is so bad today. I have seasonal allergies. And I am really congested today. Anyway, if you'd like to get a weekly tips on how to lose weight health and weight loss tips, plus a weekly free recipe, then please join a my of and you can join a my a weekly newsletter. There is a link in the show notes or you can contact me. Deanna at beauty radio network dot com. Tweet me at a beauty podcast or join get healthy lose weight on Facebook. All right. Then with all that being said, I wanna wish you the very best week stay healthy and lose weight by now.

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Random thoughts

The big d zone

20:11 min | 6 months ago

Random thoughts

"And now it begins so. As you may know the city council now. Notice mass requirement popping up everywhere. But I WANNA Ludi spe- at a place for there's a better city council. Than where we are here in Missouri. And I want to be in least in a place that At least. They have choices to let the band or let's math requirement at a later day. But. I also looking to be a lot closer to everything plus be a little closer to the airport when I want to go and travel. and. I still live in Missouri and that way, act. Still Be Able to run for Lieutenant Governor or governor when I when I want to or during the next. The next race. Now I have to find out how to set out the house part. Of the Yet a health part because I'll be moving into a new district. Now. I'm I looking into thing Louis because I always go to land bear port when I fly usually. I'll do Saint Louis I and I do Kansas City. But I can't do no tour. Because the heat. And Well you're going to say. Don't heat well that that's different. Because you know, there's always the Hotel Tom People. Some places have stuff inside the hotel. Casino and then. Well the legal affairs. If Thi-, but I could go there at night. Even open at night. And that roller coaster. I'll have to check the data open at night. And all that stuff so. There are things that I could do. I know that game all the time they just go to. You know different places like a world going to do when I think they'll probably get the ban stomach before. All this covert stuff happened, but I gotta go. I gotta get out of this. I gotta get out I. Mean I'm already going crazy. I mean I'm done. In fact that I don't even know what I'm going to get the church. And To the point where? When I do find an apartment. I'm. GonNa have to pass a for vice on if they know any churches close by that even affiliated with high-street turns Saint Louis I. Know they're affiliated with another. Part of the state other parts of the county man. If I would go. Even an Austin. They have A. Church affiliation with Austin. Or they know they have the and often because they came as be. But the problem is I won't have my lifeline won't have my church family I mean. It's all it's all copays. Fault I blame cove it. I blame the city council for caving in. And I blame this game of the year. Also we. Also the. 'cause otherwise I would have stayed here until I became wealthy. Enough though I could go on a cruise. I was going to try to keep being being here. You know but with the car alarm going on because of the construction and all like that almost every day you heard it. Approved to you. As absolute man, it is absolutely man. And I want to be at a place where I do things. I don't just have to stay in the The just don't have to stay stuck in an apartment. I still have a please but I don't have to be stuck in my apartment now I did find one candidate apartment. All you have to pay. Rent now have insurance. But they also have an insurance program, but I do have a renter's insurance. Maybe it will be able to transfer that over, but. That was the plate that I found. Dead Electric. is included in Iran I think it was like five hundred or six hundred something a month. Like no way no way. No way they can be. Five, hundred, six, hundred, a month and electricity, if included in the rant. And think the only thing that might have cover is trash I believe I'm not sure. I got but I got a call them tomorrow to find out. And I will probably would relate to move in the fall. So I get the apartment thirty days, notice. But my ideally is to move edith. Still Twenty, twenty, one or twenty, twenty two, but at the deals are so good I like giving like two months. Notice so that I can find the movers and stuff like that. Because, I still gotta be I'm only going to take my bed. My In my bed and one of my one of my name's Dan and keep some things here goes. The TV is not mind. And the table is not my something that are not mind. That will department, but the only thing I'll take the bed and the clothes. That that our mind. So, be you know. Won't be that much. Take. But, the bed is the thing and probably you know dress during the night stand. And the. Couple of the lamps. Though. Not that much but I wish I didn't have to move on. I'm still hurt. And I'm still shocked at what happened and ever took questions about the the new mass requirement. I still can't believe it came down to this. I can't believe this. I am thinking about getting a passport where? I could probably be a dual citizen because some countries do have away where you could be a dual citizen, and you could come back to the United States, but that won't be down the road, but at least I want to get my path for first. So I'll think about become a dual citizen of the United States and also candidate as well. You know almost sort of like the best of both worlds, but that's not. That's not either here or there. Right now. I gotTA figure out a way where. I could get a lot more help. And I could get. A lot more leeway for to escape. If this country should fall. and. Being fact that is already divided in. We're already been losing. Our freedoms left and right. and. I don't feel good about it at all I. Don't feel I. Don't feel good about moving sorely. 'cause technically I still like where I'm living at. My Hasty Church family. And the tunnel I gotta move. Is Ridiculous. Absolutely ridiculous because of. Couple of idiotic votes that the city council main in sticking with it. Is Beyond me. Do have consequences. Elections do have consequences. Vote the wrong people in and you do have tyranny. Vote the ball people in. And they don't care about your freedoms. They don't get. You got tweeted. Don't care that. You're trying to live your life I mean look at what's happening. Look what's happening? I mean. This is what about my shocked reduced to? Just trying to get out here in the third at the moment, share my thoughts on. My feelings of what's going on coping with this. and. Then I'm talking about the heat in I'm here. I am supposed to be getting ready for. I haven't even talked about my results from the great American Bash. How I did. And I I I haven't even got to. Extreme rules horror show a horror horror show. What did you take the to Sunday? I got to do that because I'm getting ready to leave for Las Vegas to a dare. Maybe the WIFI the hotel when I get to Las Vegas. And everything? So I can stay at the hotel. Go at night. I don't even have to be in the heat at all. And then I can do things in the hotel. You know. and. All, that good stuff. Oh, I like that Nice Mountain View! Oh, my God, when I stayed at the top of Cana. Even though I did I got sick that time. It was terrible. 'cause. I had not really nice views. I was like Oh my God I look at view. I loved it. And also sad. That I couldn't even do anything because I only what they will do things when I got better. Don't like a few days before I left. So hopefully, it will be a little bit better. And Yeah I gotTA. Wear Math Yeah I. Know I know I know. But I gotTA GET OUTTA here. I mean it's either that or soak. And I. Don't WanNa, do it? I mean I'm tired and I'm just. I just WANNA get out. I mean half the year's gone. I mean it's gone and we're. We're into. The fifteenth of July, were midway do summer. Midway through the summer and I haven't done anything. Absolutely anything. Except, for now Started to advertise for my business. You know put stuff in place. So. that. I could use the grant to benefit my business. In. Travel bit, but hoping that could still go to camp whittle. And now I. don't even know if I go home. I mean going home, but I know if I will be able to go home because. I had to start everything all over again. So. I just need to calm down. I couldn't even do it at home, but I know that he'd been unbearable and it's the method with my Wifi. And I couldn't even listed the video the during the day because. If I have the air conditioner orders fan it methods on my Wifi and I can't do anything. And I said okay so I'll have to see if I'm able to. Do Things for my business I'm doing. And The work I, got a travel incentive. And advertising in the site and I'm already got to people who signed up for the A Free Kit. Got People signing up for free kid already. So it's worth. Part of it is working. If I could get pay, but I know coming slowly. I just gotTA. Work it. I just got to work and I'm trying. I'm literally literally trying. Anyway anyhow. In any any home. got a machine that. If you are citizens of Youtube. Thank you. Thank you. Because it took forever. Tamale put it at the hunter when I had to go to another channel and another channel. Help me get to a hundred. A hundred dollars view hundred subscribers. And now. The best news out of this whole scam other than the fact that the country is now Pitt County LLC. And under the other, than the fact that we're that were showing our passion, and thinking Oh the property and also. Breaking free. We have. One hundred and thirty one citizens. Empty County County of U2. We had weeds. Thirty one and you to. Get. So. That is a great great Mazda they. At all the turmoil, the hurt and pain I've been to. At least there's a glimmer of hope out there still. Even. Things are trying to take it away. And let me take a talk about another thing. Man. Hall of Famer for Big Country Fan. I gotTa Talk to you. I got to do another segment. At icon down. Maybe I'll probably be able to do when I get to the hotel. But you're to art work out. I mean wow I love it. He had a nice purple Purple! Outer Space Type theme. One of my favorites. Space. The final frontier. Deed avoided out the fifty country. I had to I had to do that, but and. He also through. This amazing. Woman! That looks real. I mean he could easily. Easily. I mean easily four four store. Mannequins. I mean. He would make so much money. You know. I so impressed I saw principal sats work. I mean he's the diner of. The he's the creator of the flag a big country. and His name is edge forever in the history of Bakti country and fifty country LLC. and. Marlene but I'm going to talk about as soon as I get to calm down. Maybe I'll have to talk about the result of American Bass probably when I get the hotel. Or I get the method the hotel before I do anything else. and. You know some more calm and out of the heat in out of the you know wait. Not to call from Freidan, but like more comfortable, because I can't get comfortable this apartment without a device fly. So. How figure something out, but I can't go to the seventeen because I was trying to. See if I could be able to. You know get enough time for the flight and get enough time to. Spray thout. Turn petition the flight. So. That's why I had to wait till the seventeen to leave. But other than that. I gotTa do thing. And the twenty eighth. Of August I'm GonNa be doing the. Grand Bahama Cruz hopefully, they will go hopefully. Her. Boy Boy boy boy boy boy. Plow. Madhouse I mean this total year. Is totally. And I got an interview coming up on Saturday. Or maybe if I had to be scheduled, it will. Knowing that I'M GONNA be out of town until the twentieth. And the or maybe if I can extend it I would. Throw. A. But I do have an interview and it's going to be a leader tomorrow stagnant leaders of tomorrow Yeah lead the tomorrow segment. And At least opted to think about. The way to put the view. From here. But subject I phone and and I was trying to the thought from the park ride through the interviews and put it onto the show. It won't come in at a regular MP three on the phone. I would have to use my old phone. Maybe I'll take that with me the Vegas. That way to finally put the other interviews on there, but it's just a hassle I kind of wish I could put it somewhere. I'm trying to figure out who laid. Put the other stuff on my website. I duNNo. I Dunno I'll think that's gotta calm, down. But, he's not eat making the EV or. Not Making it where? I can't come down. So. All. I WANNA do all I. WanNa say if they don't really care about of. On one day if they don't really care about what else. The Great Michael Johnson. Anyway. Yeah I thank you. Yes I did. Anyway. How did this all figured out? Just need some time to clean my head, but I'm still GONNA do shows. Still go to do segments. And Oh, yeah! I'm getting into. Be On another directory. Another great directory pretty soon. I am happy to say. And also. Hopefully, I can get back to Am FM twenty four seven. Hundred. They'll have like a in the man I. could get more listeners at well. We're getting there slowly. Forgiveness surely, but we're getting there. I just have to keep on fighting depression. Keep on fighting. DIETY Together we will still win. We will get up from any. Knock down for many Matt's. We well win. Even those fight even though it's a fight. We will win. Big D COUNTRY LLC DOT com. BIGGIE COUNTRY LLC DOT com. We're strong. We're still going to win.

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Call it, Trendo 2/19: Pop Smoke, Julian Assange, Supreme, #CancelHouston

The Daily Zeitgeist

14:34 min | 1 year ago

Call it, Trendo 2/19: Pop Smoke, Julian Assange, Supreme, #CancelHouston

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Who's worked with women running for Congress and movie stars and entrepreneurs on how to be heard in the moments that matter and this podcast is where I get to bring the conversation t you. Starting February. Twenty six listened to permission to speak on iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Hello the Internet. I welcome to this very special episode. Called it The old country no conclave Javier Bardem yeah baddest attempt but we'll go with it. That is courtesy of somebody's name. I don't have front of me but I'm Jack that's miles yeah That is courtesy of Anton. Sugar An bubba Andrew Bub Band Grupo Band Rubab. Yeah Well Bon huge fan. Let's talk about some things that are trending Pop smoke is trending R. P. He is a twenty year old rapper. Who was murdered? This morning. A House that he was renting and it was hours after his friend. Posted a picture of the to them Sitting in a car with his friend holding like a giant stack of cash and he geo tagged it To outside the house Where he where. Puff SMOKES HOURS. Later was killed. So people are speculating. That could be what happened is that somebody saw the giants saggy cash saw the. Geo Tag and just went there right. And we're like. Hey Gimme all your money and then you know it was like triple x ten Ta Seon a burglary that Turned into a killing man. And I I've I didn't listen to a lot of his music but just reading some of these like interviews that have That he did before like he sounded like a lot had a lot of fans and seemed like a pretty good dude. It's always I mean. Jesus we're Dan on our talking like is is it is. It's more than when we were listening like when we were coming up of age during like the hip hop of the late nineties. I mean plenty of people were still being killed But I'm it's yet I feel like like every other month. There's someone in the air. He was like either dying from drugs or violence. I think the drug exist fairly new that that people are dying like I don't. I don't remember a lot of rappers. Dying of drug overdoses when you were younger. Well definitely become a lot like for a lot of the lyrics are definitely sort of glorifying drug use of been more than it used to be like gang life break But Still Jesus man twenty years old. It's just horrible But Yeah I'm in. It's been a lot of people in the in the past couple of years. He's been distinct from win. Like Mitt. Got Shot Yes. Wow assange is trending. This is based on a pardon those floated to him possibly from trump. Yeah it now. He didn't want anything changed for that right. He was just like a yeah. It was a look whenever you read something you're like I don't know is this true. And then when you read that Dana Rohrabacher Who is just one of the people that in that in the House of Representatives who were like? I'm pretty sure this guy's also on Putin's payroll that was able to say about He lost He was a California yeah persons and he allegedly went as an emissary trump's emissary to London to speak to Julian assange and was sort of like. Hey I know that there's like they're trying to extradite you to the United States. How about this? Maybe the president will pardon you if you agree to help cover up Russian involvement in hacking emails from the DNC boy. This was in two thousand seventeen. Damn so yeah. In that first year of the presidency was like yeah send them over there. Go to the embassy and see what you can get out of him and this is according to Assange lawyer okay. Yeah which would he have a reason to lie about that? I mean like just I'm trying to game it out. Have what what the trump administration it doesn't it doesn't seem like the trump administration really needs to deny anything anymore. Because like I said they are just full mask off at this point right like you can't do anything with the fuck you're GonNa do to stop me but I'm just trying to figure out like you know in terms of whether we believe it or not just as a rational people with no. This is a nears. This brady straightforward. I mean it was like the motive here for Assange to want to take. It is because of the extradition But Rohrabacher I mean after that. It was reported like in other newspapers that he was trying to do this and then John Kelly was like get this man as far away from the president is possible. Okay assholes really trying to act like he's going to get assange to help out for a pardon that makes the whole collusion Narrative or facts look worse. Wasn't there a video of somebody visiting assange at the embassy where I feel like somebody connected to the trump administration but could be wrong Anyways this makes a lot of sense. It's something that people suspected was going on and yeah I don't know the people on the left or like God it's you know. The libs are distracting themselves with all this conspiracy shit about trump and Russia and stuff but I think both are right. I don't think it's ever going to bear any fruit for For Democrats in terms of like on the electoral timetable. Like I don't. I don't think it's ever going to be thing. Where trump gets caught red-handed before the end of his next thirty years term but over. The course of history may be by. I do think we'll we'll learn that it was just as bad as anybody on paper. If you said that a foreign government was meddling with the election to try and sway the outcome that would be a chapter in a History Book Co. Yeah but I think it's tough because there's like two modes where yes. There's like sort of the you know how our legal system work or not work anymore? But also getting people to motivate In a way that's like well that's not tied to most people's existence which read I understand that level but that's the thing man you got so many fucking balls up in the air to juggle. It's hard to keep track of everything. Yeah let's talk about supreme any. Yeah I just I love talking about Supreme Head to toe dripping supreme rip I mean. It's unbelievable nice. Bogo thank you was. Oh yeah that's like the Louvre Tomlin a- of course like twenty nine okay. Yeah so the street. Wear Brand Supreme The favorite label of height beasts around the world. They have done all kinds of like interesting. Collaborations every season they've done like a brick a little brick when the logo on it. They've done little motorbikes. They've done nunchucks inflatable chairs. You name it like. It's all happened and now. I guess we're at that point where they're running out of ideas because this time for Spring Summer Twenty twenty collection. They are collaborating with Orioles. Yeah the Sandwich Cookie But they're just GonNa make the cookie read around. An oriole is going to have the box logo supreme stamped onto the cookie and that will for sale like at a few locations in La Fairfax or in Kroger. It no no no. It's only going to be a supreme stores and I'd imagine online okay and it look in the pack. You get three cookies and it costs a very reasonable eight dollars for what for three. You'll put that on your fucking whole shelf with your your brick. Hell Yeah Dude all right. Hey Brian we're at all want dude dude dude for sure no bots dude no buts. I'm copying Bro are and then finally Hashtag. Cancel Houston is trending. I disagree with that. Yeah in general but the Stroz not the city of No no the Houston Astros. I I have a feeling this all started because of Daniel Tosh Ray tweeted since the MLB. Commissioner has ruined the integrity of Latin. America's pastime. Here are some appropriate punishments for the Astros Brazen Cheating. I'm open to your suggestions as well. So he was saying stuff like batteries. Have to wear shock collars. The opposing team is allowed. Ten Zap sprinting. Yeah I like that. I like that because they were allegedly wearing like buzzers that yes. We're we're going off to let them know when a off speed pitch with some of the people chiming in from the listeners or his like followers is great. Billy Wayne Davis said rename them the Houston Enrons and they have to play all home games outdoors. Then another one was astros. Must Smoke Salvia during the third inning of every game I can only imagine trying to pick up a bat that would make in the every astros. Gay Must Watch the third inning. Right when you're like when you're on deck right dude there a little bong rid of fat bowl of Salvia. Yeah and as soon as it's your time like you hit this really quick really quick right so then when you get to the plate and you've just Kinda shook your shit out got your feet right where like my bat turned into a sunflower. Yeah and there's a dragon throwing blood at me. Yeah that is what I WANNA see. I mean dock ellis pitched threw a no hitter on LSD. Yeah may maybe better. Yeah no no going baby. He also walk nine batters a the other things. He was saying all astros players must wear the same child's uniform as Jose Altuve. The Astros players must open their homes to evacuees during the next six major floods. All like that Nolan Ryan has to pitch the first three innings of every and then for the next four years. The Astros have to win every game by two. Yeah I liked that. I liked that too. Yeah the hose on Tosh. I mean it's really I just talking with like other dodgers fans. It's like what do you do like especially that series the Boston one. I think most dodger fans like we. We didn't we didn't really show up as much as we could have re astros on fucking straight torture. Yeah and I just yeah. There's but it's like what do you do? We're not GONNA get an asterisk world series win. That doesn't feel good. I nobody wins. Nobody wants to bummer. Honestly this would feel a lot better bread like if every if the city of Los Angeles could all like we could sort of crowdsource punishments that the Astros have to endure for like the next three seasons. Yeah I WOULD. I would feel good about that. I would to All right I'm sorry. Just one more like they gotta play but the whole missing in their pants just out. Yeah yeah that yeah and deal with the consequences of public. Indecency that was quite a distraction or the bats are wiffle ball bats bred just being broke in trying to make contact with the major league baseball or the teams get to use aluminum. Bats against them. Oh Shit or you're bad is half the length there just those little souvenir bay. 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Wanita Islami - Tidur Cantik Sesuai Tuntunan Rosululloh

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

16:24 min | 2 months ago

Wanita Islami - Tidur Cantik Sesuai Tuntunan Rosululloh

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Is Donald Trump staging a coup?

The Signal

16:51 min | 2 months ago

Is Donald Trump staging a coup?

"This is an abc podcast. And we'll get through this and we'll get through this together. The thank you mr president and thank you everybody. Thank you very much. It's been cleared for more than a week that donald trump lost the us election but he still has acknowledged the fact on the contrary he's actively denying it and he's doing some things that a president who just lost an election would never normally do while. President trump is urging the top ranks of the pentagon after firing defense secretary. Mark espa at least three. Top defense officials were forced out and staunch loyalist to the president are set to replace them. I'm steven smiley. And i'm angela and today on the signal. The trump reaction to losing so far is it a series attempt to hang onto power or something else altogether so this weekend. Thousands of protesters turned out in washington. Dc for the so-called million maga- march mega of course standing for the trump weld slogan. Make america great again. It's so hard to forget. And they're one quite a million of them at least. Some trump voters are very taken with the president's line that the election was stolen. Not even close to being over and those people that are telling you right now. That it is over are lying to you. The vote has not been declared the no there is no president-elect it's there's irregularities in voting and there are being exposed and as we've talked about quite a bit the trump campaign has launched legal challenges all over the place but only the most partisan voices seemed to be entertaining. The idea that this tactic has a real shot at changing the overall result right like the republican senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell and president trump is one hundred percent within his rights to look into allegations of irregularities and way his legal options and in some ways none of this has been surprise. Donald trump has been laying the groundwork for exactly this kind of maneuver for months now but it did catch people off god when he went on a firing spree. Starting with the secretary of defense marcus by the news came in a presidential tweet today. Quote mark esper- has been terminated. I would like to thank him for his service. And that's how donald trump let the world know that he had fired the secretary of defense. And i didn't stop there. Obviously people are looking at this action with quite a legitimate amount of concern because normally during a transition period you're not firing administration officials. Some people may be leaving on their own accord. But certainly not under pressure. Is kim hauge. She's a nonresident fellow at the study center at the university of sydney and she was a official in ronald reagan and george bush senior administration esper- being fired as well as his chief of staff and the to top policy. People covering intelligence and defense is pretty significant. Even more significant are the people that the president is replacing them with and they're not highly qualified people there trump loyalist. So one thing they all have in common is that they are loyal to president trump and they are loyal to the administration. One was a active. In discrediting the mueller investigation cash patel another one was a protege of michael flynn who was convicted of lying to the fbi former national security advisor to the president and another again. These are in the top level. Undersecretary positions at the pentagon is anthony. Totta who is a former fox news commentator and a trump supporter who couldn't get a senate confirmation before because he had called president obama a terrorist leader. So this this is what is really concerning the type of people that he's putting in there. The big question is why. That's the question that everyone is. What is he hoping to achieve. Now there are some arm sales going to the uae significant number of arm sales. That a lot of congressmen on both sides of the aisle don't agree with that. Possibly some in the in the pentagon don't wanna see delivered either. The trump administration has informally notified congress of its plan to sell f. Thirty five jets to the way they would like to order quite a few f thirty. Five's the greatest fighter jet in the world as you know by four stealth so they may have a role to play in trying to do that. One of the other theories about what what's happened is that the president wants to release some classified information about the russian destination from interference in the two thousand sixteen campaign and there are a lot of defense and intelligence experts that say this could be very damaging if it were released by revealing their collection methods and other information on how they came to these conclusions. Possibly changing some of these positions will help the president to achieve his goal of of getting this classified information released. Because it's an effort on his part possibly to clear his name. Okay so. Donald trump may have installed a series of loyalists into those positions. For a few reasons. We can really only guess at now. The top contenders being to push through an arm steal and to try to clear his name over russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election right. And obviously just having those people in there doesn't guarantee those outcomes. There is still the usual checks and balances in but the fact that this shift has happened at all at the very same moment when donald trump is refusing to concede the election and is actively trying to have the result overturned in court has brought us to a place in the public conversation with people have started dropping the bomb year boy. Wow started the flu ending with a coup we were talking about. This is an election in another country stewart. We might actually be saying. Hey did you hear that. The president just actually mounted a mini coup secretary of state. Mike pompeo during a press conference today made it abundantly clear that he has already term in his mind. Who won this election would point. Does a delay hamper a smooth transition pose. A risk to national security there will be a smooth transition to second trump administration. So much of trump is a kind of premised on this very blood almost indistinguishable line between a joke and no point. If you're just trolling. Lee pretending to be engaged in a coup. When do you cross over to actually trying for a coup. In what ways do you think this does resemble a coup. The only way is really because he's not conceding. He's not abiding. By the norms and traditions of american democracies and and one of the hallmark of of american democracy is the peaceful transfer of power When a president loses or when a candidate wins the election to be a coup. It really has to be when the military generals and the army are being willing and compliant. There's no evidence of that and in fact there's evidence to the contrary because the joint chiefs of staff general miley said a few months ago that you know. In an event of a dispute over some aspects of the election that he said by law it is up to the us courts the us congress to resolve them not the us military so he's already laid out that this is not something that the military would get involved with. And that's a message. General mark milley reinforced over the weekend and the model of the united states army for over two hundred years. Since fourteen june seventeenth seventy-five the motto has been this. We will defend this refers to the constitution and to protect the liberty of the american people. We do not take an oath to king or queen tyrant or dictator. We do take an oath to an individual. The other signs of a coup in third world countries and non-democratic countries. Are you know where the courts are being closed or the legislatures being closed or there's a suspension of the constitution will. None of that is happening. No new elections are being called so the traditional definition of a coup is not happening here and that makes sense riot. We all knew from the start that this wasn't a coup because it lacks almost all of the defining characteristics of aku as we understand them. Yes but kim says there is still plenty to worry about here not just in the hiring and firing departments but in the overall approach of the trump cab to death election results so it's not so much a coup the military military's not being compliant. The courts aren't being shut. Down courts are responding to these frivolous lawsuits that the trump campaign is initiated. The democracy is holding but the democratic backsliding that occurs with the undermining of the public trust in their institutions in their election. Procedures can eventually lead to what we would describe more traditionally as a coup or violence and that that is very worrying and is already some evidence of that damage to public trust so in one poll of about two thousand fighters carried out the weekend after the election. Seventy percent of republicans said they didn't think the counting was fair with most saying it was biologist against trump right and the thing is trump doesn't actually have to concede it's a norm a courtesy not an official role but now that that no is being broken. The question is whether the president could just do this. Every time i wouldn't be surprised if The biden administration sets up or tries to set up. Some sort of bipartisan commission. To look at the american electoral process itself either that or through congressional committee having a look at it. But you know this'll be really hard to change when the united states is facing multiple crises at the same time and obviously the biden harris team are going to be Working on the pandemic with a an economy that's again under enormous strain. Yeah i mean. Electoral reform possibly with the senate booking you during a pandemic and a recession feels a bit like a moonshot right and the pandemic is the big one here and it's truly frightening right now the. Us has just had twelve straight days of more than one hundred thousand new covid cases and on that trend the death toll could be over four hundred thousand by march right and the handover process including steps towards a public. Health briefing for the biden team is supposed to have started already. But the trump camp is cooperating. Another one of these sort of norms is just when a transition team can start work with the government services administrator or bureaucrat determines or ascertains when there's an apparent winner they announced that and they give them office space and give them government funding and computers. I think there's probably around ten million dollars right now that sitting there waiting to be allocated to the biden harris team so they can start hiring personnel. You need that time to be looking at what. The issues are within each agency. What they've been working on it so important for national security for the president elect to be briefed on classified information. Joe biden's not getting that right at the moment and certainly with the pandemic. he's named his own covid type force but they're not able to talk to tony. Thout she ed or or the other white house task force advisors to the president. This is credible period of wasted time. Okay so there is no real coup. The court challenges are going nowhere and the twentieth of january will arrive. Thanks to the lenient nature of time. In which case. Why fight back like this. The other suggestions that are being made as to why he's going about this not just to save his own reputation or soften the blow or give him time till he gets over it. Some aides have been reported to have said but the fact that they're raising funds to launch these lawsuits in the swing states. Where in fact he could use those funds to pay off some pretty substantial campaign debts. It says in the fine print these funds don't have to be used for lawsuits. They can be used for whatever. The trump campaign wants to use them for could be one one reason to carry on the charade but also he's got other charges that he may face potentially When he leaves office for criminal acts that the new york district attorney. The new york in general are all investigating around finances campaign finance violations. There are credible allegations that donald trump has engaged in tax fraud bankruptcy. Fraud in new york manhattan district attorney. Cyrus vance is leading a criminal probe into trump's business practices while vance spelled out specific allegations of wrongdoing. He seeking eight years of trump's tax returns. But there's also a political strategy with georgia now in play for determining the majority in senate who wins the majority runoff. Yes so if democrats were to win those those two seats than that would give us a fifty fifty split in the senate with vice president. Khama harris the media breaking tie votes so that. That's probably something playing out here but the other interesting one was lindsey graham the senator from south carolina who said the other day on fox news that if the republicans don't challenge and change the us election system. There will never be another republican. President elected again. President trump should not concede. We're down to less of ten thousand votes in georgia who's gonna win. And his further that mail in balloting is a nightmare for republicans tells you that they're. They're really concerned about this particular election process which really favored the democrats. Turn to the turn out and uses mail in valid okay. So kim's theory is that this isn't just about one election for the republicans this is about every election in the foreseeable future job. No wonder fighting this so hard. That's it for the signal today. And by the way some big news we are now officially on spotify the whole back cut log in fact. It's true so if that's what you get your podcasts you can now subscribe there and we'll be back with you tomorrow catch you. Then you've been listening to an abc. Podcast discover more great abc. Podcasts live radio and exclusives on the abc listen app.

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Your body was forged in the spectacular death of stars | Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz

TED Talks Daily

15:36 min | 1 year ago

Your body was forged in the spectacular death of stars | Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz

"This Ted Talk Features astrophysicist and Rico Ramirez Ruis recorded live at Ted. Nas Twenty nineteen. Hello it's Chris Anderson host of the Ted Interview podcast on next episode neuroscientist. Donald Hoffman argues. Is that reality may be completely different to what we perceive it to be is not simply that we're getting things off a little bit in our perceptions that I'm getting the color of the glass a little or the shape of it a little bit off. Is that the very language of space and time is simply the wrong language to describe objective. Reality subscribe to the view on Apple podcasts. spotify all wherever you listen the we are all atomic connected fundamentally universally but what does that mean. I'm an astrophysicist. And as such it is my responsibility to trace the cosmic history of every every single one of your atoms. In fact I would say the one of the greatest achievements of modern astronomy is the understanding adding of how or atoms were actually put together while hydrogen and helium was made during the first two minutes of the Big Bang the origin of heavy elements such as the iron in your blonde. The oxygen were breathing the silicon in your computers. I lies in the life cycle of stars nuclear reactions take lighter elements and transform them into heavier ones and that causes stars to shine and ultimately explode and therefore in reaching the universe with these heavy elements. So we thout stellar death. There will be no oxygen or other elements elements heavier than hydrogen and helium and therefore there will be no life. They're more atoms in our bodies than stars ars. In the universe and these atoms are extremely durable the origins of atoms can be traceable to stars manufacture them in their interiors and exploded them in all across the Milky Way billions of years ago. And I should know. This because I am indeed a certified stellar mortician. And today I wanNA take you on a journey that starts in a Supernova explosion and ends with the air that we're breathing right now so what body made off off. Ninety six percent consist of only for elements how degen carbon oxygen and nitrogen. Now the main character of this cosmic tail is oxygen not only is the vast asked majority of our bodies made of oxygen but oxygen is the one alleman fighting to protect life on earth. The vast majority orgy of oxygen in the universe was indeed produce over the entire history of the universe in these Supernova explosions these Supernova explosion signalled the demise of very massive stars and for a brilliant months one supernova explosion can be brighter than an entire entire galaxy containing billions of stars. That is truly remarkable. That is because massive stars burn brighter and have a spectacular debts. Compared to other stars nuclear fusion is really the live blog of all stars including the sun and the result is the root source of all the energy on earth you can think of stars as these Futian factories which are powered by smashing atoms together in their hot and dense interiors now stars like her son which are relatively small burn hydrogen into helium but heavier stars of about eight times. The mass of the Sun continue these burning cycle even after they exhausted their helium. Their course so at this point the massive stars left with a carbon core. which has you know is the building block of life? These carbon core continues to collapse and as a result the temperature increases recess which allowed further nuclear reactions to take place and Carbon Dan Burns into oxygen into neon silicon. Sulfur and ultimately iron and iron is the aunt. Why because iron is the most bound nuclei in the universe? Yes which means that. We cannot extract energy by burning iron so when the entire core of the massive star is made of iron. And it's run out of fuel and that's an incredibly bad day for star without fuel. It cannot generate heat and therefore gravity has won the battle. The iron core has no other choice but to collapse reaching incredibly high densities think of three hundred million tonnes reduced to a space the size of a sugar cube. These extreme high densities the core actually resist collapse a result. All of these falling material Israel balances of the core and these dramatic bounds which happens in a fraction of a second or so is responsible for acting the rest of the star in all directions ultimately forming a Supernova explosion so sadly from the perspective of an astrophysicist the conditions in the centers of these exploding stars cannot be recreating arena laboratory now thankfully for humanity. They were not able to do that. But what does that mean that means that astrophysicist physicists. We have to rely on sophisticated computer simulations in order to understand these complex phenomena these simulations can be used to really understand how gas behaves under such extreme conditions and can be used to answer fundamental questions like what uh ultimately disrupting massive star. How is it that this implosion can be reverse into an explosion? There's huge the amount of debate in the field but we all agree that neutrinos which are these illusive elementary particle play a crucial role. So neutrinos are producing huge numbers. Wants the core collapses and in fact they are responsible for transferring spring. The energy like thermal radiation in a heater neutrinos pump energy into the core increasing in the possibility of this routing the star in fact for about a fraction of a second neutrinos pumps so much energy that the pressure increases high enough that a shock waves produced and the shock wave goes and disrupts the entire star and anything that shockwave elements mints are produce so thank you neutrinos supernova shine bright right and for a brief period of time. They radiate more energy than the Sun will entire lifetime in a galaxy. He like our own Milky Way. We estimate that about once every fifty years a massive star dies. This implies ace that somewhere in the universe there's a supernova explosion every second or so and thankfully for astronomers some some of them are actually found relatively close to Earth various civilisations recorded these Supernova explosions long before the telescope was invented the most famous of all of them is probably the SUPERNOVA explosion that gave rise to the crap up navy. Yeah Korean and Chinese astronomers recorded these Supernova in ten fifty four as the almost certainly native Americans these Supernova happened about fifty six hundred years away from Earth and he was so incredibly bride that has terms could see during the day and it was visible to the naked eye for about two years in the night sky. Fast four thousand years or so later and what we see we see these filaments that were blasted by the explosion. Moving at three hundred miles per second. These filaments are essential for us to understand how massive Asif Stars die so starting Supernova remnants like the crab nebula allowed US Rana mors to firmly conclude the vast majority of oxygen on Earth was produced by Supernova explosions over the history of the universe. And we can estimate the order to assemble Campbell. All the atoms of oxygen. Our Body it took of the other one hundred million Supernova so every bit of you or at least the majority event came from one of these Supernova explosions. So now you may be wondering how is it tip that these atoms though we're generating such extreme conditions ultimately took residency nor body. So I wanted to follow this. You know the thought experiment imagine that were in the Milky Way Supernova happens it blasted tons and tons of oxygen Atoms almost into empty space. A few of them were able to be assembled in a cloud. Now out four point. Five billion years ago something unsettled that clout and caused it to collapse. Forming the sun in its center and the solar the system so the sun the planet's life on Earth depends on these beautiful cycle of stellar birth stellar death and Stella Rebirth and this continues recycling of atoms in the universe and as a result astronomy Chani and chemistry are intimately connected. We are live forms. The have evolve to inhale the waste products of plants. But now you know that we also inhale the waste products of Supernova explosions. So take a moment woman. Inhale an oxygen atom has just gone into your body. It is certain that that Oxygen Body remembers that he was. In the interior of Starin- Oren was probably manufactured by a Supernova explosion. These atom may have travel the entire solar system until splash on earth. Long before reaching you when we breathe we use hundreds of leaders of of oxygen every day. So I'm incredibly lucky to be standing in front of these beautiful audience but I'm actually stealing feeling your oxygen avs because I'm speaking to you. I'm giving you some of them back the ones recited in me so breathing. Yeah participate in these beautiful the full exchange of atoms. And you can then ask well. How many atoms in our body wants belong to feed their Carlo about one hundred thousand of them? One hundred thousand more probably long to mercury one hundred thousand more to Sally Ripe or whoever you want to think of so reading is not only felling or lungs with cosmic history but with human history. I would like to end my talk by sharing a myth that is very close to my heart a myth from the teaching Mecca culture which is a very powerful Mesoamerican culture. And that you to make us believe that or essence was assembled in the heavens and on its journey towards us you'd actually fragmented Manta into tons of different pieces so my used to say one of the reasons why you feel. Incomplete is because you are missing your piece. Yes but don't be fooled by that you'll be given an incredible opportunity of growth. Why because it's not like those pieces were scattered on earth? Yes and you have to go and pick them up. No those pieces fell into other people and only by sharing them. You will become more complete yes during your live. There's going to be individuals. Have this huge pieces that are made you feel but in your quest of being complete deep you have to treasure and share every single one of those pieces sounds a lot like this story of oxygen into me which started in the heavens in a Supernova explosion and continues today within the confines of Humanity Mandy or Adams in our body have embark in an epic Odyssey with timespans from billions of. Here's to mayor centuries all leading to you all of you. Witnesses of the universe. Thank you for more. Ted Talks DOT COM or

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Episode 560, recorded 2020-10-08

Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

28:22 min | 3 months ago

Episode 560, recorded 2020-10-08

"Good morning everyone it's Iowa and it's Thursday October eighth. And I'm coming to you from Crystal Lake Illinois. It's a beautiful day our tree colors or beginning to really turn an leaves are falling and. We have very lovely temperature and sun today I hope you're experiencing. good weather wherever you are whatever time it is. And that you're safe and well. I wanted to. Share. A couple of things with you. I've got a new prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi. And I know it might be used in Catholocism. As a prayer for. That has a specific purpose in their prayer liturgy, but it's one I was looking for because Saint Francis Talks about you know a brother? And Sister Moon and I realized I'm sure that technology on in his beautiful writing and poetry. He's he's studied Saint Francis because he has the same images when he talks about. In, some of his writings, so I've been wanting to explore that. and. It's a beautiful prayer. And I think when we feel concerned about our earth which we? which is relevant thing to be concerned about. And, how we're taking care of it and how we fail to take care of it. through ignorance or through greed. Depends on who you are I guess. we're all concerned about it now because we've allowed it to become a big problem. How much we've caused and how much assists the natural. com of of this world. We don't know but we do know that we've done a lot of things that have. That have brought tremendous changes and changes that rattle our world people living on top of the planet. And it's a concern and what we need to do is up to each of us individually, some of US may be Anything, you do do it with love. and. Don't worry if you don't see results and for my generation I don't think we'll see many results. In our lifetime but that doesn't mean we don't. We don't keep doing things even if it's just recycling or cutting down a lot of our the waste that we produce which is. Take some effort, but we definitely can do it. Anyway I was just thinking about the earth because I know how much. The Earth has been my solace during the pandemic because I'm. Spending a lot of time feeding, wild animals, Turkeys, and squirrels, chipmunks, and birds. and. Very aware of how they're creatures that I wouldn't like to lose and they. They have to survive on this earth. And can't make the kind of adjustments that we can as humans. And I know it's given many many people solace and time I, talk to a group last night I was talking to a group and Florida and they all have their close to the water. And they all talk about they used that's been there. That's the earth that they turn to. They can walk along the beaches they most of them, a lot of them are in areas where there aren't tourist at the beaches so they can still. Walk along the beaches and feel safe and be in the ocean and. That's been their comfort that's been. That's gotten him through rough times. So I, think we've all been looking to nature to be. To be one of our the rescues for US getting out in nature experiencing more probably than we have before the pandemic because most people not all have of course, so many people have had to work. Harder than ever at their jobs through the pandemic, but most of us have been able to Take. Solace in nature and I think this is a prayer of his. Is Beautiful and we've read the peace prayer of Saint Francis so I wanted to share with you. And forgive me if I'm. The one thing I read said it was this is a prayer used. To help pray for people in Purgatory. And I don't know enough about Catholic doctrine to be sure I don't WanNa be insulted. To anyone about using this prayer but I think it's beautiful. And I. Think we can use it the same way we would read. A quilt. or read something from a poem I. Think this is lovely. And I'm just going to skip maybe the very beginning in the very end. Praise be you my lord with all your creatures. especially. Sir Brother Son. who was the day through whom you give a slight? And he is beautiful and radiant with great splendor. Of You most I he bears the likeness. Praise be you my Lord through sister moon and the Stars Let The in the heavens who have made them bright, precious and fair. Praise. Be You my lord through brothers, wind and air? All. Fair and stormy all weathers moods. By which you cherish cherish all that you have made. Praise be you my lord through sister water. So useful humble precious and pure. Praise the you, my Lord through brother fire. Through, whom he liked the night and he is beautiful and playful, and robust and strong. Praise be you my lord through our sister mother Earth who sustains and governs us? Producing varied fruits with colored flowers and herbs. Praise be you my lord through those sue grant pardon for love of you and bear sickness and trial. Blessed are those who endure in peace? By you most high they will be crowned. Praise be you my Laura through sister death for whom no living creature no living being can escape. Blessed are they? She finds doing your will I think those are beautiful words and. Many of those phrases, even teachings of the Buddha. The elements. Of. Solidity and fire, ground fire. Earth. And wind and fire and water. Are talked about in his teachings and talked about in terms of how our bodies are all made up of those elements. And those are their meditations we can do working with the elements to help us be connected and understand the nature of our bodies even more. And I love the images. And I think they've all come down to us in different ways. But I think this. This is called the Cantagalo brother son and sister moon by Saint Francis of Assisi. and. In these days, it's really good. I think to look to the the stars and the moon and the sun. and. Water. And Fire, and wind and air. Look to those and take solace in those. But also we need to try to look to her earth and see ways we can protect our earth and honor it. And it take better care of it. Just because it deserves it right is sustained us. So that that's been on my mind and many of you I'm sure know this prayer much better than I do because. I know lots of you race Catholic or the still remain Catholic or you study different religions and you're familiar with this beautiful poetry. So. I'd love to ask everyone how you're doing. And? How you're dealing with the changes and your work and your life. I know there's some teachers out there and I know they're all dealing with changes may be kids have been online maybe now a lot of those kids are coming back into the classroom. depends on where you are and what's going on. Uh So it's it's my hat's off well. GRA IF I had a hat, my hats off to all the teachers out there who are. Going, through they were definitely are frontline workers, C. Stays and to and to everyone else dealing with the changes in the economy and in the in the world and in the. World of families and everything going on. We're still in that time of kind of a lack of we. We're not sure where we're going. We're not sure of think measures were taking or are are going to pay off and if we're. You know we're we're in kind of Kind of an uncertain territory and I know that the that is stressful for everyone doesn't matter what your political views are. The these are uncertain times. There's just no there's no way that they're not and I hope all of you are doing well. So, let's meditate together. Let's do the loving are loving kindness practice. Because if there's one thing we can all. Benefit from feeling safe. Having Comfort for ourselves. Feeling. Good about ourselves and then being able to send that out to others because whatever we're doing were probably having some. Questions, his is I doing the right thing am I doing enough am I? I know a lot of times I'll Allah. Debate with myself like is this the best way to use my time? If I'm reading one thing maybe there are three other things I'm thinking about that I need to be reading. There's a kind of I get a little bit judgmental about how I'm using my time and if it's if it's valuable. For myself and for others. So if you're if you're struggling with any kind of self love issues. We know loving kindness is where we always start. And then then we we must send that out. I think we can. We can fill ourselves up with goodness and good feelings and Unless we're learning to, as unless we're learning to send that out out beyond ourselves, we're going to be stuck with a a very unwholesome condition were. The whole purpose, it's like breathing. We can't keep breathing in beautiful air and sunlight and we can't keep breathing it in without exhaling. So. There's continuous. Need to take it. And then send out. and. That's part of our vets as part of the nature of this life and I think it goes with. good feelings were that we can. Create and develop for ourselves because we have to create our own happiness are on joy. We can't find it in the outside world. We can find moments an images of that in the outside world, but it's up to us to cultivate it within. So were farmers. So. We're cultivating those qualities within us to be supportive for us and to be helpful for us, cultivating those wholesome qualities to be able to. Push out negative unwholesome qualities but part of what we need to do when we develop and cultivate those is to be able to just send them out as as energy to others without any expectations. But it should be just a natural natural product of. Being filled with those loving kind qualities. That they naturally flow. From us. And I know I see something. From a friend that. If he lost someone during this period. And particularly apparent mother may be. And a lot of us have the fear of that happening and being so maybe unable to. To be with them. Those are particularly hard things that we have to do because we don't have the contact with our friends and family to give us the support, the support that would be really valuable. So. Hang in there and find find. Care and find good friends you can talk to an. noble friends. and. Share with them. What's going on with you and And the be okay we all go through grief. The remember this is this is also. You know there's the rise and fall of all things that we think of as constance in our life. So we all come into this world and we all leave this world. And find the we have to. We have to deal with that in our lies and. Allow yourself to go through that with all the. Self Care you need and all if you need to win the grieving and then allow yourself to. To. Sit with some of those that grief and allow it to rise up, but then allow it to pass. And allow it to pass when you can think about then sending matter. we can send Meta to that person who has recently died. And that's good practice because we send the that quality of calmness. And and love, and the feeling we can send method to someone who is who is. WHO HAS DOT is dying or recently passed away. And it can be comforting to them as well. So, we'll send this. Send Meta. This is the loving kindness prayer that I that I'm still trying to learn to memorize. Kind of nail down from Monte Sumita. Stop for a few moments. Said quietly. You're back be straight to allow you to breathe that allows you to really. Allows your body to get that oxygen down deeper into your lungs which we really all need. So. You can put your hands on your belly just to be aware of your borough of your body. Doing a good job because your posture is. Whether you're. Lying down or whether you're sitting or standing if your spine straight straight as you can for your body and comfortable. At allows your Bra your body to breathe. It's best. Do It's fess work. Feel the rhythm of the breath. As it enters in lease the body. And allow yourself for these moments to let go of past and future. And come into the present moment. Being with exactly what is. What is right now at this moment? Bring, your attention to the feeling of the body accepting it just the way it is. with, kindness. Allow yourself to accept all the sensations and feelings of the body completely. Breathing, deeply with a sense of trust and wellbeing. Breath out letting go of tension allowing any tightness to dissolve. Pre then with a sense of trust and wellbeing. Pre thout letting go of tension allowing tightness to dissolve. Now focus on your natural breathing. Just the feeling of breathing in. Breathing out. Imagine yourself surrounded by light. Perhaps. The golden colored light if you like gold. Being with the sensation of the body breathing in. Breathing out. Draw the light into the body as you breathe. Maybe through the nostrils. The heart. The. Head. Imagine. Light Saturating the body through every pore. Think to yourself. May this being be well? And turn the calming effect of the Meditation Towards. This being. May this being be calm? suffused your whole body. With this calm and kindly intentions. Now, let your awareness explore the body. Moving around the head and face. Moved gradually down the neck. Move Your awareness. Down the back and the chest. down. Both arms all the way through your fingers. Fit good down again through the trump. Down, to each, lag. Moving down to each toe. Always. Looming drawing on the good energy of the breath. And now exp- and and just embrace the heart heart and the mind. Now for a few minutes few seconds focused more on the out breath. Letting go of the memories, the grudges, the grievances let it all go. Began again with each breath. extre- yourself and your minds is. As you are now. Make peace with this view of yourself through forgiveness. Compassion. And Gentleness. May this being be well. suffused this teacher would gentle. Warm Light. From the heart. then. Let it go. Take. Your parents. Let? Them. into. Your Mind Make peace with their image. Made the these beings be well. May You be well. Bathing them with soft light. With gratitude. Observed thoughts arising. Memories of yourself as a child. Perhaps something painful or something you have never made peace with. Let it be in the mind in the light? Now bring up an image of your daily situation at home. Or wherever you are. With the people it involves. People you liked or dislike. Feel conflict. With Love fear or worry for. May these beings be well. Put, aside version. Fear worry guilt. At this moment just allow yourself to be kind. Think of someone you know who is having a difficult time. Sin these feelings of kindness towards them. Breathe in light. Breath out. Set wishing them well. You then light. Pre doubt wishing them well. Gradually open up more and more. From the people you see every day. To. Nobody. Special. And even those for whom you have hardly a memory. Recognize them as human beings with ambitions hopes problems, anxieties joy. Just, like you. Give them some life in your perceptions. And even more remote acknowledged the people you can conceive of in this world. This may be faint feeling. But open up the heart to allow them into consciousness to be felt. See what the mind does. How it reacts indignantly about some people. Like go of that indignation for this moment. Allow a sense of peace to envelop all beings. The light, the disliked familiar and unfamiliar. And then imagine. The planet Earth seen from space. Still allow yourself to be out in space looking back the world. Extend the sense of peace to this planet we live on. Embracing it with your heart. Surrounding, it would light. Turning your attention to that sense of. And Light. Allow it to expand outward. Without limit. Letting the sense of me in the world. Dissolve in the stillness of the present. Then turn your attention back in towards itself. Upon the feeling of knowing the screen of the mind. The place where images or is. That it be quite empty or full. Choice less. Being illuminated by the saw flight from the heart. Light from the breath. Warm, gentle beginning. Letting go. Patient. Kindness. Until I come back to the rhythm of the breath. When you're ready. Can Open Your eyes or if you? If you're comfortable and you have the time just continue sitting. Continue being in this place of peace. And Stillness. Watching your breath have. A Beautiful Day Sees. Thank you for being such an important part of my practice.

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Ash Hoey - RapidID CEO

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

15:15 min | 1 year ago

Ash Hoey - RapidID CEO

"The show is currently sponsored what dot com. Visit tried to Kobe dot com forward slash free tools for your free education content. Now on this section of the website, you will receive access to view a bit about the three trading strategies that I use daily. And if you're sick and tired of your family and friends wanting to know about bitcoin cryptocurrency. Well, it's a free course in there for them as well. Todd will begin his cost to cryptocurrency. It's absolutely free so tell you friends and family. And visit tried to call dot com now. Betrayed. A cub crypto show talking business. Influx, jane. Hello. Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to try to cope crypto show, another great guests on the show today. I asked before we get into the conversation. So we'll let you know this show is sponsored by tried to call dot com. We can go across and find all of your crypto trading and educational needs gonna try to cub dot com and join up to the biweekly video news listed that as how a CEO and founder of rapid ID doing a number of different things within the space of KYC and many other areas as well, working with a number of different blockchain companies and growing a huge amount in the identity spice ash. Thank you so much being on the show. Hey, Craig pleasure. Thanks for having me. I looked could you to start with a bit of an introduction as to who you are what you've come from? And while you're in the space now with rapid e. Yeah. Look, so on the see on found as you mentioned a rapid ID. The business has come out of the, the frustration in the market around identity services. A lot of tend to be very clunky, very expensive in hot implement. So we wanted to create a solution, you could have everything in the one place and we wanted to provide a really good scope and coverage all individuals. So he wanted to be outta mayor five basically anyone anywhere anytime in real time. So basically, we all know being in the blood Chen at cryptocurrency. Spice, cryptovest, set spice it, there's a lot that we need to do often. It takes quite some time to get verified, not just in this space in other areas as well effectively, what you're trying to do is create a faucet gateway to an outcome. Is that right? That's absolutely correct. Instead of having to upload utility bills, and take a picture of yourself holding up the pace of hype up saying, I am this person on this date. We wanna to be out of provide the tools that allow individuals to get on boarded and verified in real time using things like Dimity documents. So possible to withdraw his license we can do. Facial recognition to match this is against that document and then even verify that document against the issuing government agency. So all those little checks that create an overall picture about who you are. We can all do that in real time now, as we know, right now, the of conversation going on about Datta. There's a Facebook prog is all these different things that are happening about the loss of data how it's being used sold manipulated. Whatever you wanna call it. Of course, the hacks that come into it. I mean how is rapid ID gonna keep us safer than some of the other options that are out there? Certainly look, it's a very simple answer. And it's it's cool on deny what, what drives us and muscle personally. Is your knowledge, particle is absolutely? What is needed if you've got any information you're always going to be at risk of having that information hacked? So with any teams of the Dodd abridge rapidly actually, doesn't stole click persons nations. And that's how we kind of disrupting this space, once we've helped verified individual by matching information against identity records and systems that held we discard than its mission. So that will never end up with a conglomerate of the database, that is a target will hack is so individuals that use rapid ID through businesses that work with us. The information is always gonna be much more Q insight with us. So it's not stored anywhere goes in the front dight way of business. And then comes to you, you verify goes back it's not stolen. Is that what you're saying? That's correct. Yeah. You'll you'll intonation let's take. Let's take you muscle. For example, you know, went on born I get issued a birth certificate. That busy ticket is, is held at a government dot obey someway, what we're doing is we've their fund that information against that source that already exists, because we can't remove that. But we didn't verify it would provide the Postle thout response back to the business who's trying to verify myself and Weedon discard that information. So what was provided to us? We actually encrypted delayed onset. There's never any record of that. Personally identifiable information of a transaction on day to say yet, we did a check at this time. But nothing sensitive will personal is actually ever stored recorded on us system. So it can you give us a bit of an example as to the types of businesses? You're looking to work with look at absolute. I mean, we all very much a getting a lot of interest from the SEO as in blockchain decentralized platforms, so companies that requiring any form of ID verification to provide a service, whether it's remittance bureaus banking. Services of the financial institutions that are non banking real estate, lawyers accountants, basically, you know, there's a lot of application for us and under actually understanding who the other person is behind the device that you're dealing with. Okay. So you've been around in the spice for how long's rapid I the bay up and doing its thankful yet we've been in aren't a few number of us now, but officially launching at the beginning of January this year and look, we've been doing quite a few interesting things behind the scenes. Some of the government agencies we've been told me to are the big soda technology companies and yet we've, we've got quite a few interesting plans for the future. That sounds like a fantastic idea. The whole idea of two sides is a bit quicko. We'll hopefully a lot quicker. But also that safety of often when you put your day tiles into a website, for example, you going through that process. I do one. I need to do it to Ivan accounts of do this whole today. But you think where's this going exact where does it end up? And you say, like for the businesses that you're working with that front end that I put my information my name or address, yada, yada. Is that front end then essentially a rise? So it doesn't exist other than full the for the purpose of rapid ID confirming. I am who I am back to the business them. It's gone if it's using all Fronton, absolutely. However the way we provide a service for businesses. So the individual business that you might be transacting with and look not, not confirming if they are business will notifies petless just say, let's take any Toscan, for example, if you want to sign up and use Antarctica, for example, to be yourself hot. And when you give your information Antarctica, there's they probably going to hold your information, because that's service that you're using. But if they need to verify we're going to match that information against the records and rapid ID doesn't actually stole clicked. It. Now record ID will deal with a lot more. A lot more information Donovan what it would do. So therefore, we would be a high target if we wish during that information I'm is that we've decentralized, that condo's verification process to put it out to all the originating sources, and then once the check has been done rapid ID discards. It information. So anything that's held on the business. Use end we have no control over. That's for you to look at. Assist that risked as I hate 'em on comfortable leaving my business law. Slang data booth address with this company, and that's out of our hands essentially, far enough. And I think what Nick launch the moment that you working with sort of kicking along with look. Yeah. We're, we're going to be at the, the bitcoin blockchain said this weekend. I'm one of the main sponsors, coin spot is actually a client of us out, and they do some pretty amazing things in the digital exchange space at the moment. Now, being regulated unto all track we help provide the I L KYC services, for example. Excellent now I'm pretty interested in what the future is a you're you've been in the space for wall. This is a very new business. But it sounds like you sort of getting some good momentum with what does the future hold full rapid idea in your your vision food, the industry, and the business? Yeah, thanks for us net. I personally believe that our information as individuals really does belong to us and at the moment, rapidly is trying to help minimize that risk us a Dada being monetize. But at the same time, we will send a standard changing a process is a very very you know, it's a, it's a hot thing to do, especially, when is so ingrained in our day-to-day laws. The future recommended is essentially gonna look like a universal profile that everyone we want to develop decentralized, platform and in. Innocence kind of like a marketplace to say you is individual you can have your own individual profile, and you can choose who you want to share your information with. So let's take a real estate full, for example. If you're planning for rental property you provide a lotta action in that application. Now the intimation it's on a ranch. Leapt location is not the same information you really need to open up a Bank account, you know, you don't need to know my pit's name, for example. The, the information that you want to share can actually be controlled by yourself instead of having to apply different services using your information, Tom, Tom, again, instead of them than storming, and holding that on your behalf and then being able to monetize it in a lot of in alot circumstances, using controls who you want to share that information with, and in the business will be out of sight height. We recognize that you've been verified, and you'll profile is verified to standard that we required. You can use also this will have access to the you bought from us. That's what rapid wants to eventually get to it will take a number of us to, to reach that point. And, you know, we haven't discarded doing a initial coin offering I think is a massive opportunity. Full entity in being enhanced on the blockchain, not necessarily a public look chain. There's low things still to work out, but there is different future using leveraging. Chain, for identity and rapid. I date, well, the couple of things that I mean, the first one is, it's a very big pain. When you've got to put me with crypto on try lots of different accounts. You go to move around a lot. There's a lot of things go to do. You're going to feel the same thing every single Tom affected what you saying with rapid idea eventually you storing that information. I need to continue to fill it out. I just sort of. Executed across to their and that's fine. And vice versa. That's correct. Yeah. Because at some point, they'll be a, you know, you will interact with rapid day again through a different business. And we want to be out of say is hey, instead of you having to provide your information again. You been verified. We trust that, that information that record. So let's just provide that conduit between the business in yourself to say, hey, you know this guy. Exactly. I wanna sign in using my union so price, which is powered by rapid and up. Personal diner seems to be almost like a new currency. It's funny that people are now starting to actually realize that well all this information and putting it in Facebook putting into this that, and the other people are at they're making money off of this. Why are they making money off of my daughter? I didn't know that was happening. It's almost like there's been this, the world has woken up to a certain degree that our information is not actually our information. It's in the hands of whether we seem to give it to, and then they can go ahead use it. However they like not really been taught is what does a new wave of currency. I understanding an owning our own data. Absolutely. It's it is actually a little bit stereo if you want to dive, deep into it a lot of people are also just, you know, they just accept that this is the way it is. We, we don't know other options, and we, we don't believe that, that should always be the case. And you look at how things have come about in the last twenty thirty years, let's take. Let's look at the switch over from you'll TV to from analog to digital. We didn't have a choice to, to make this to make that switch on a call that the leap of faith. So switching analog to digital now that digital crisis is really a centralized market. We want to be able to make the Knicks step in a in a trusted way decide. Hey, let's now decentralize is this process and take control back of our individual Datta so that no one else can monetize? And as you mentioned, you know, companies like Facebook, they do they use as parks. We are the pro Facebook that I sell that's, that's a really simple way of sort of explaining it. But yet the more information you put out the, the mole at risk, you of someone else being able to use. It will monetize. In a in a different way. Well, but I think it's a pretty amazing sector, it's, it's a new merging area that as you say, only starting to emerge, there are opportunities for people at yourself and rapid ID to come into this base, because there is the knowledge that this dollar is at they it, it's being used by others, and anyone that can I helped me to get things done fossil because the verification process can't take an awfully long time. It can be quite cumbersome and it can be frustrating. Anything that speeds up the way that we do business. I think it's a really, really good thing, and I'm very interested to see what you do going forward. Is there anything else, you sort of thought would be worthy of telling us about this coming up in the future? Look, you know what's this space? I think is the best response. What's this spice forget, guys? Ash. I myself a bit. The bitcoin blockchain fair in Melbourne this weekend. The sixteenth and seventeenth of June ashed, thank you so much for Utah to appreciate having the conversation and learning more about what's going on with our Dieter and decay, y c and I am L process. It sounds like you're gonna win a his speeding things up and helping businesses like coin spots at the moment, and no doubt, many more to come. Thank you so much being on the show. Now, you welcome. Thanks so much have Craig's a pleasure. Excellent guys on this show is sponsored by try to cope dot com. Jabber costs. Tried to cub dot com. Sign up to the by weekly video use of boffin. This show is apparently spoons of what try to cope dot com. Visit try to cope dot com forward slash free tools for your free education content. 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Voices: Children stripped of innocence

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

25:01 min | 1 year ago

Voices: Children stripped of innocence

"Wjr everything stripped stripped of allusions stripped of innocence. And so all the sort of safe things that you get in your life about what the world is about. It just goes away. Hey, everyone. I'm Jonathan Kaye part and welcome to Cape up and this special series called voices of the movement a series sharing stories and reflections of some of the leaders of the civil rights movement and their lessons on where we go from here. I met many gene Brown tricky at a salon with civil rights veterans as they call themselves at the sunny, Lance retreat in California the first weekend in January, and I heard the name before. But I'd never met the woman before I'm one a Little Rock nine and a Little Rock night. A group of young people who desegregated central high school in nineteen fifty seven. So it's almost in the middle ages happened long time ago, I was compelled to interview mini, gene. Because one whether she likes it or not she's a civil rights icon being one of the Little Rock nine. But it was something. She said she said, I want us to basically take down this hero myth that surrounds us. We're not heroes. We're just ordinary people who happen to do some extraordinary things. And when she said that it was so simple. But it was so profound because I understood immediately what she meant you pick up a history book, and you read these these signposts of civil rights history. Rosa Parks of his sit on the back of the bus. The the four little girls blown up in. Sixteenth street Baptist church. The March on Washington the Little Rock nine the vote of this. You know, sixty five Civil Rights Act, and all these things are so boy LD down to one paragraph, and everyone seems so heroic and as a result of learning history that way, you lose sight of the fact that there are real people who were living lives and decided, you know, what I've had enough that was the lynching of emit till I think doubtless where he was one month older than I was and so deep in our hearts mine. I thought this is crazy stuff. And I am just as unsafe as he was. And so it was about time had come to try to stop some of this stuff. And we weren't enough was enough. Segregation was everywhere. And mean was everywhere and violence with everywhere. So wherever you moved you could touch anywhere. You would be touching. It. And so adds a dental. Yes. But because it was so pervasive. No matter what you did you were in opposition to it. I mean, we all have defied. We all got on bus got set in the front seat got kicked off we all drink out of the white water, fountains and the little defiance. So wherever you went. It was there. There was something that was a barrier something that said you can't do this. But yeah, I mean that resistance. Is accidentally on purpose. This is the movement. In this episode. You're going to meet two women who were just children when they became part of two of the most iconic moments of the civil rights struggle. I mean, they didn't set out to become civil rights icons, but their circumstances forced them into it accidentally on purpose as many gene put it you've heard about these moments before, but I want you to hear their stories about what it was like to live it and how they're still processing trauma the experienced as children. in nineteen fifty four the supreme court ruled in Brown versus board of education of Topeka that school segregation was unconstitutional and it mandated that schools around the country be integrated, but get this schools in the south decided to take their time. So the court came back reiterated its position by adding the phrase with all deliberate speed that was in nineteen fifty five as a result of those decisions and pressure from the local end of Lacey pe- the school board and Little Rock. Arkansas developed a plan to integrate central high school in nineteen fifty seven daisy Bates was president of the Arkansas NWC P, and she recruited invented nine students to participate in the integration. Then she trained them on how to handle hostile situations. Minna gene Brown as she was. Then was fifteen years old when she became one of the Little Rock nine. Well, you walk into the space because you choose. And the thought so everybody say you were so courageous as well, I wasn't courageous when I signed at sheet to go to central my two friends, and we said, oh, we can walk in. It's simple. And we've just going to sign up and why not so I kind of say I signed up because it was there. I really thought that going into central was going to be thing where they would be as excited for me to come there as I would to go to that school. And that would be this sharing of what teenage life is like, but many gene was met with a different kind of welcome people were shouting kill them. Lynch them. Mean horrible things. So it was more frightening than anybody can ever imagine. It's like a some kind of monsters coming at you. You don't really want to see it on that day all nine showed up for school, but none of them entered the school, and that's because governor Orval Faubus ordered the national guard to block the front door. So in that first day of school that they wanted to go to central high school in Little Rock, Arkansas. They didn't make it what happened with all that heat. It was it was intended to destroy us. It was intended to discourage us it was to tell us that we were worthless. And really what it did was the absolute opposite. We didn't have to go back. On this. Try the second try when we're at turned away. We didn't have to go back on the third try, but which hit we chose. So there's where the courage kicks in later. There's no courage at the beginning. In my opinion. The courage is the ends up being defiance rather than courage upcoming back y'all can act all full you want. I will be back. The Little Rock nine finally made it into school three weeks later on September twenty fifth and that was because President Eisenhower got involved he sent in the hundred first airborne to ensure the integration of central high school. But that wasn't the end of their struggle. What do they do? Oh kick you downstairs through garbage spit drop acid. Not that kind of the third floor make holes in your clothes. Never fulfil got acid in her eyes and the hundred and I washed her eyes. Name calling the just constant. So I mean is it was designed to break. Our spirits. And in some ways it did. But we didn't show it, you know, kind of I kept thinking the most important thing for me to do while. I'm here is not to cry. And so now, I'll cry at the drop of a head. I cried last night because there there's that time when I couldn't cry that I have firm now. So the idea is to. Make us feel unworthy. You know, when you hear the age fifteen we think of all he's innocent children. They have these visions of the world are so pure, and then something happens that just strips all of that away from them. Were yet job. So is that what happened to you on that day, Jens everything? Strict believe in the mythology of the country belief in. Any kind of it's. Yeah, it's stripped. And I think we each talk about what that that stripping was about. I mean, your heart our hearts were broken and. Loved the work stripped stripped of allusions. Stripped of innocence, because you know, fifteen fourteen and fifteen nineteen fifty seven was really innocent. And we were stripped of I would say most belief systems. I certainly was the preachers were. Joining in about it being abomination against God. And so all the sort of safe things that you get in your life about what the world is about. It just goes away. I asked me gene that that what I call the innocence lost question because reading as much as I have now on the civil rights movement. Understanding that these were little kids. And so every time I sit down at least I try every time I sit down with one of these icons who became an icon at a young age. I wanna know what what did that feel like in? What did that do to? You did your parents talk to you by the the night before when you got home about to prepare you for what was going to happen or the tough talk you through what happened. Did they even did they try to discourage you, let me first of all I think we're really brainwashed in the United States about it being democracy and freedom and even in a Jim crow south. We're still pledging allegiance and saying anthems, and there's no preparation for hatred. That's gonna come that could. Come at us. And so it was something brand new. So we couldn't event -ticipant did what it was going to be like. Nor could appearance. So I mean, I think the I think the newness of it made it impossible to prepare for or to even I'm still trying to work it out. I still can't figure out how unbelievable it was. I can't believe hatred. I I've been working on it for sixty one years. So it there is no. Logical conclusion to people's behavior in out. I was once while was this social worker, so I was always doing therapeutic things. So that I for my people I worked with and. What are the things with to an exercise to go to your most basic emotion? So all along I thought, my basic emotion about central high school was probably anger. But when I got to it it was sorrow in the end, mini, gene. And most of the Little Rock nine didn't finish their education at central high school, but she did graduate high school. She went on to college became a social worker and was even a presidential appointee in the Clinton administration. But the activists bug well that never went away. So you don't get a life sentence. That's my thing. All is activism is a life sentence you to not get. I'm looking at these people. These. Older people. They've been doing this their whole lives very quietly. You don't get away. It ain't over. And it's kind of cool. Hearing the way many gene describes trying to unravel why she was the subject of so much hatred. I think that may be the thing that stands out for me in stories. I've heard of young people who accidentally on purpose became civil rights icons that they just weren't able to process. How much hate was out there towards them? No matter how much hate they'd already live through. And that it's something they still think about all these decades later that certainly the case where another person I met on the faith and politics institutes pilgrimage to Alabama at the Rosa Parks museum in Montgomery. Her name is Carolyn mckinstry. She was a fourteen year old when once temper morning in nineteen sixty three just two weeks after the famed March on Washington her church. The sixteenth street Baptist church in Birmingham. Alabama was bombed the blast killed four little girls. Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson. And Cynthia Wesley. Should I just start at my arrival at the church Caroline survived. I arrived with two younger brothers Allen. Who was six and Wendell who was ten. At place them in their Sunday school classes, I went up to the church office. And I spoke with the church clerk I worked under her. I was the semi school secretary. And my job was to count the offering and record what happened doing Sunday school and into give a brief summary when it was over. And when I went in and spoke to her she had received a lot of threatening phone calls that morning, and she really seemed very. Agitated, I think that's the word. I would use for her. She she was clearly upset about it. But remembering now, what age I was. I was fourteen and you know, we tended to minimize adult. Reactions to anything really. And I didn't I heard her. But I kind of didn't hear her. So I gathered my materials I said, well, okay, I'm passing these out upstairs downstairs, and then I'll be in my class into ten fifteen and ten fifteen I got up my job was just to collect it all again. And summarize it you had to pass the girls bathroom to get up stairs and on that Sunday as pass the girls bathroom. I saw all four of my girlfriends there Cynthia Wesley whose father was my grade school principal grades one through eight I saw Carol Robertson. Carol's mother was our local library in Denise fodder. Niece McNair, her father was my ninth grade teacher at Parker high school, and Andy I knew pretty well. But Eddie sister Junie you never hear about Junie Junie was in my Sunday school class when I pass them. I spoke to them they were primping and talking, but I didn't stay there too. Because I had. Until ten thirty five to have all of mine, data ready. And as I spoke to them and hit it straight up. The stairs. At the top of the stairs was the church office. And the phone was ringing and caller on the other end male caller said three minutes, and it's quickly as he said that he hung up the phone. So I took about fifteen steps and was at the very beginning of the Al where the pews start when the bomb exploded. What would I thought I was hearing was thunder initially when I heard the explosion in the crash, but then all the all when all of the glass came crashing in. I just really didn't know people were screaming, and we didn't we had hardwood floors. Then we have carpet today. So you could hear people screen you could hear them their shoes on the floor and someone said hit the floor. And so we all just kind of failed down trying to protect ourselves. We didn't know what was going on. It was quiet for really just deathly quiet for about fifteen seconds, probably. But then I could hear feet on those hardwood floors, and I knew that people were running out. So I got up to and ran out behind them all of my materials behind it would be probably about three three thirty ish somewhere there about before. I would know that my friends had never made it out of the bathroom that they have been killed. We had had over sixty on SAB bombings and in him. And no one had ever been brought to Justice for those bombings, and it appeared that black people were just powerless to do anything about it. No one had been brought to Justice. So here is the first bombing where someone has been killed. And we waited, you know, no one was arrested after the first year when they were renovating the building someone said will they just have never taken anybody. Why to Justice or to trial for the death of someone black? You should know that between nineteen seventy six and two thousand to three Klansmen would be convicted for murder a fourth suspect died without being charged. We did not have a moment of silence. We did not have a moment of prayer. We did not have a specialist simply or an opportunity to is there. Anything you want to say, no one ever said to me, are you? Okay. Are you afraid because I was do you miss your friends there? Just was no discussion. And there was never anything. See it. When the church was renovated, and we came back into the church, if you've ever been there, you won't see any rooms with their names or anything dedicated to the I think that being powerless to do anything about the bombing. That people just chose not to talk about it. That's what I think. I lived in a house where four brothers and my father had talked them to be beer protective of me. And in fact, my father's really really strict. But I realized at that moment, I think it may have been the second bombing the one in April of sixty four that I realized that I had felt very sheltered and protected with my brothers. You know, you if you bother me I've got four brothers that you got to watch out for. But after the bombing the church, I lost that feeling that sense of security. By the time. I moved to Atlanta. I was I felt like it was controlling me the fear the the tension. I steelhead after all those years. And I said, I literally wore myself out. I went and bought a bike. I put a seat on the back for my baby daughter, and then the other daughter head our own by we were ride every day until they mom, we're tired. We were to go home. I joined a softball team in Atlanta played with a low team called city league women, and I just wore myself out for about a year and it worked I was so tired when I went to sleep. I would just of pay us out and the more. I did it. I had to really focus on not thinking about it and the more. I did it. It became a little bit better. I had about almost twenty years of depression that followed me it was hard. It was a struggle to figure that out. I think I was really more than I could understand. I didn't know what the answer was at fourteen. I felt like there was an answer fifteen sixteen. I thought there was an answer. But I didn't know what it was what do you do about hatred? How do you stop someone from hating someone? That's the question. The one that's six with Caroline all these years later and with many, gene. So what a person did a study of white women later about why they hated me so much, and they said they hated me 'cause I walked the halls of central like Bill hung. That. The flying in face of how do you men a difficult situation? Well, I didn't think on your. But I sure as hell acted like. I could see why they would hate me. I was a beacon. We were beautiful and given some hell a cast that would you know, if you have, hey, lower due to them that was how much they hated us that they? Supernatural? Beings. And in a way, I think we were. On the next episode of voices of the movement will have the unlikely story of Martin Luther King junior's famous letter from Birmingham jail from the perspective of the man who smuggled it out. But before I go, I want to share one more thing that many Jane said that I just loved and it was too good. Not to share. Trying to demystify the hero thing. You know? He they talk about Dr king being leader. My thing is I know all these guys were they were bunch of if they were anything they would be a bunch of rowdy young people right doing what they were doing when we first met king. Please don't put this thing. What do we think we thought he was cute? We can't use that. Okay. You can use it. I mean, come on. I mean, he was young. He was a preacher. We from thout. Let's be real about this stuff. You know, just like Dr king has not always been a hero. He was a cute little Baptist preacher. Mm-hmm.

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Now in April, a former guest foul of suit against the host suing him for two million after she kind. She was sexually harass on the show. Now her name was dominee call your. She was a fitness model. Alleges the show personnel had her changed out of her route. Wli conservative clothing and to an outfit that was more Vealy now rather than call, you're being presented as a single professional woman who enjoys showing offer Luke's her feature was about family members, concerned about her to sixty style and getting a makeover to land the date. Oh, how about that? You know, everybody thought, oh, Steve, was the the the, you know, Trump Challe than nobody could touch him and all those lawsuits that you know, SE berry. You know, she had Foued won a couple of months back and they said that she didn't file it right this and that. And you know, see Harvey apps at all of this for Mary, his ex wife. She's been through high water and she is soothing. And she alleged that Steve had property during the maj marriage that he did not speak about. And she found out that this lawyer that she had was working with all allot underhanded stuff. Mr. Harvey has been doing. Doing, but seems like, you know, nothing has been done about it. You know, when he moved his show from us, Chicago believe it was to LA. You know, he fired all this staff and then all he so big and mighty, and he told staffers don't talk to him in the hall. If he sees them, don't you have to get an appointment? Oh yes. SIV SIV Harvey's just high on this high horse, but you not predict that every dog got his day. Yeah. And comma is a month of. Ios me whether fell for me. So we'll keep track of what happens to Steve Harvey in these allegations and being it was another GAM. Sorry, I was almost and but I can tell you this. 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