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Fresh update on "time" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:40 min | 18 min ago

Fresh update on "time" discussed on ESPN FC

"Across Major League Soccer. Where to next on our tour of MLS? The ugly. Hercules, the ugly temper flaring between Toronto FC and Atlanta United late in this game with Atlanta United up a goal. We get two red cards. Was this handled right? I'm still trying to figure out what happened here. Like I see tempers flaring, there's a red card right there for our old junior because he pushed SEL barcode. But then did he really push it? Or SDK about a code that he throw himself that he flop? And why is he being red carded and where is bar in this? Seems like a big fuss over nothing to lucky. He's upset. They're upset. It's been a hell of a season for Toronto. Atlantis flying first win, Fred Lana there. I don't really know what to make of this. Like, honestly, what's going on? I like the point you make about Toronto. It has been a long, long season for TFC. If there's ever a team that needs a break, it's probably Toronto FC. And they look like they're at their wits end towards the end of this campaign. Speaking at the end of the campaign, we got more Major League Soccer coming for you this weekend. Sunday four p.m. Eastern Time hurt on ESPN. As well as ESPN deportes, it is a Texas Derby, Houston dynamo against Austin FC match, of course streaming live as well on the ESPN app. From Major League Soccer to the national women's soccer league. Houston dash, and the Portland thorns playing over the weekend, Portland, winning one nothing and with that hurt they clinched the regular season title, no surprise, Lindsey Haran, with the game winner over the dash. That's a good little goal right here. Good little game winner over the dash. Sculpture the shield and guess what, 7. I'll take them. You will. I'll take Portland. Yeah, I mean, look,.

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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

Court Junkie

02:13 min | just now

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused

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Fresh update on "time" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:33 min | 20 min ago

Fresh update on "time" discussed on ESPN FC

"There was a lot of potential. Here, to me, this screams of ownership that is just let something go to waste. New York is not a market hurt that Major League Soccer can let fail. And that's what's happening now. New York City FC is failing. New York Red Bulls are failing. This is your rivalry game in the stadium is more than half empty. That's not good enough, and this is why when we talk about MLS, having a stranglehold on first division status, you can look at a city like New York and say, is this actually what's best for American soccer? Because if that's MLS best effort in New York, simply put her, it's not getting the job done. They are not maximizing the soccer market that New York is or are they? Am I missing something? You're not, you're not missing anything also 18, I think above 18,000 the reported attendance there certainly didn't look like 18,000. You could find a lot of U.S. cell markets who pack in their little stadium, but certainly won't have that D one status granted for whatever reason. Well, you mentioned that. We should at least finish that thought. The announced attendance there. And you guys all saw the video. You saw the pictures. 18,613. Now, that didn't look like 18,000. To me now, exaggerating your attendance or reporting tickets distributed is not unique to New York, New York. It's not unique to MLS. It's not unique to American soccer. Everybody exaggerates their attendance. But it matters in American soccer. Because the way that the U.S. soccer federation does it sanctioning. Part of the formula is your attendance. So when you exaggerate attendance, it not only helps you maintain your division one status in the league that you're in, it also is a barrier to entry for other leagues who can't reach those attendance numbers. So this isn't something to be just brushed off is, oh, everybody does it. Yeah, everybody does it, but it has real world ramifications in American soccer. So there we have it. That's the bad from New York, New York is the Hudson River Derby continues to lose relevance.

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It's Time to Rise Up Like the Loudoun County Parents

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:54 sec | 5 hrs ago

It's Time to Rise Up Like the Loudoun County Parents

"Last night I've never seen such incredible intensity such energy and commitment from just normal people that were never involved in politics as I saw yesterday in loudoun county Virginia. What I saw in loudoun county Virginia at the church event and our private gatherings, we did a pastor's round table. We did all sorts of things. Was regular moms and dads, people that had never been involved. In any of these fights before saying, I don't care what you take from me, are children, are the line you will not cross. And for all of you listening across the country. I want you to hear this very clearly. You need to rise up like the loudon county parents did as well. These people are heroes. And what's so amazing is I ask them privately, I said, well, haven't you paid a price for this? They said, of course we have. We've lost all of our friends, but we've made new ones. Our kids have been singled out blacklisted, but they don't care. We are fighting and contestant for truth. We are now a new type of activist, the more they throw at us the stronger we become.

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Fresh update on "time" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:48 min | 22 min ago

Fresh update on "time" discussed on ESPN FC

"Los Angeles to New York, New York. The Derby, the Hudson River Derby between the New York Red Bulls and New York City FC. And why is this in the bad? Because New York Red Bulls did win on the day by a final score of one nothing. It is the poor attendance. We see it on the television broadcast. We saw it from pictures posted from fans who were at the game. This Derby used to mean something or at least used to have some relevance in the city of New York, her now no longer what's going on. Well, did it really have that big of a relevance? Yes. In the city of New York, go back, go back to the early days. The first year they had this, I believe they had a sellout at Red Bull arena. The announced attendance of 25,000. The first game between these two at Yankee Stadium on announced attendance took a 48,000. So yes, that was one point at one point this rivalry was hot and drew drew a big crowd in and around New York. Okay, let me rephrase this. At any point, was it an ever like an LAFC LA galaxy? What is was it ever like a Seattle versus Portland? Or even a Montreal? It was on its way to Montreal versus TMZ. Fine, fine. You've got a, you've got yearning in your heart for New York for you relevant. And I don't remember being relevant for Major League Soccer. In fact, I don't even know. And you think that's okay? I don't even know if it matters, Seb. Let's look at the relevant cities to date in North America. What do you have? You've got two New York teams two LA teams. You've got a Chicago Houston, right? Maybe a Toronto if you will. What are the cities? I don't know. Throw out a big city. Here's the thing. Dallas. Okay. How many playoff bound right now? One, the LA galaxy. So I don't really know if it matters. I know what you're saying and it's sad when you see this New York versus New York rivalry because you want to make something of it, but this is the this is the big, I guess knock on Major League Soccer's fabricating these rivalries before they're even rivalries. See, I don't know that this is fabricated. Again, I think you can go back to the very beginnings and see that.

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Evangelical Hero Kelvin Cochran Accepts Position With Alliance Defending Freedom

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 5 hrs ago

Evangelical Hero Kelvin Cochran Accepts Position With Alliance Defending Freedom

"Back. I'm talking to Kelvin Cochran, facing the fire is the book. Kelvin, have you ever thought about the fact that your name Kelvin, many people think of temperatures? Yes, I think one of those divine indications that God probably wanted me to be a firefighter in the first place, before the foundation of the world as the virus. And aren't you glad your parents didn't name you Celsius? Or centigrade or fan? Kelvin is the one I would go with. I'm just telling you. So when the book you talk about your faith, what I did not know, and I'm not kidding until just now is that the way the alliance defending freedom walked with you through the hell of this experience. Made you decide you want to become a part of the alliance defending freedom. I didn't realize that. I was just going to talk to you today and we're doing this fundraiser with them trying to get people excited. But you are now a part of the alliance defending freedom, which I honestly did not know until a seconds ago. Yes, about three months ago, I was appointed to senior fellow and vice president for a lasting freedom. It's just another addition to the chapter of God's story in this whole saga of how I was a client. And then I was a member of the board of directors and now I'm on the executive team of alliance defending freedom. And one of the joys of this appointment Derek is one of my primary responsibilities is to develop a national deployment strategy to respond on behalf of any Christian who has publicly attacked for living out their faith. And so if you can imagine a coordinated effort from allies of alliance defending freedom, the body of Christ that every time a school teacher, a homeschool, mom, a firefighter or a police officer or whoever is a tax for living out their faith. We're going to have an organized coordinated response so that they all know as totally max sounds say help is on the way. And we'll do that every single time a believer is

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Fresh update on "time" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:03 min | 25 min ago

Fresh update on "time" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The FDA reportedly will let Americans who are vaccinated against coronavirus switch to a different vaccine for their booster Megan Fitzgerald reports It comes after researchers found antibody levels for Johnson & Johnson recipients increased 76 times 15 days after receiving a Moderna shot Approval may come as soon as Wednesday alongside the expected authorization of Moderna and J&J's booster shot That would make millions more Americans eligible for COVID-19 booster shots Government workers in the Pacific Northwest are at risk of losing their jobs Seattle police killed union expects a mass exodus of officers now that the COVID vaccine mandate is in effect judges denied attempts to block the mandates in Washington and Oregon A second day of protesting in Haiti is expected after 17 missionaries were kidnapped 16 of them are American including 5 children They were taken Saturday and now local unions and other organizations are on strike until the government can guarantee people's safety I'm Michael kassner There are reporters.

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Kelvin Cochran Reminisces About His Childhood Dream to Become a Firefighter

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 6 hrs ago

Kelvin Cochran Reminisces About His Childhood Dream to Become a Firefighter

"So Kelvin Cochran, the new book is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's far cheek through the flames of persecution talk about that. Were you raised in the faith? Did you grow up in the Atlanta area? No, I grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana, Eric, and then early 1960s. I was one of those American kids that had 5 years old. There was a fire across the alley that we lived in Shreveport, Louisiana, one Sunday after church. The Shreveport firefighters showed up. And when I watched those firefighters that day, Eric, I was smitten. And I looked at my mom and my brothers and sisters and said, I want to be a firefighter when I grow up. And we were taught as kids that in our country, if you believe in and have faith in God, go to school and get a good education that if we respect the grown-ups and treated other people like we want it to be treated that all of our dreams would come true. And that's the faith that was foundational to my whole life dreams and God used that those truths to make all of my dreams come true. That was back in the days before we all realized that white supremacy makes it impossible for somebody like you to accomplish anything. Here's how to get that in parenthetically. So somehow you because you believed in God because you believed in the American Dream, your dream came true. And I just want to say, you know, when I found out you were the fire chief of all of Atlanta. This is a huge city. You were commended by the president of the United States. Who was it at the time? I can't remember. President Barack Obama? Not ring any bells. Was he president? So you were commended by him. So you're at the top of your game in every

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Fresh update on "time" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:43 min | 28 min ago

Fresh update on "time" discussed on ESPN FC

"Strengths. I think this cheap us can surprise in a way that few chiba's teams in the passive surprise does, I don't think this is direct correlation with Michelle O'Neill, as much as the confidence level right now and the remaining schedule. Okay, so what is surprise us then, right? We have to say what is a surprise for this for this GST? They sit 9th right now. They're in the sona del repair, right? Effectively the play in zone, which is teams 5 through 12 who have to earn a spot in the quarterfinals. You finish in the top four, you make the quarterfinals directly. There are only three points but hurt back of the top four. Do you think they could they could make it that far off the table or is this team at the end of the day just another one of the lot? You're talking chief of top four? I can't even remember the last time they were in the top four. I think before the pandemic hit and the season was stopped, they were around 5th of the mistake and top four is very optimistic. But what I can tell you is when you play cholos, bottom the table, masa plan, not in the top ten. Two direct rivals inclusive soul and a tigress team that she has historically done very well against this is good and a good thing. I'm talking about top 8. The classical legal, the classic playoff structure, not this repetitive wild card scenario that we've seen in the past or come to expect from chivas. You talk to any self respected chivas fan and it's a huge knock on them that they think are majority of people think they can only get into the playoffs. 9th, tenth, 11th, or 12th place. I think this team can get in the top 8. But top four, that's a tough ask with the teams ahead of them. So they are three points her out of the top four. They're also three points from 14th place. Maybe this is the America nista and meat, but I don't know that it's a guarantee that chiva is gonna make the repair. Do you see a scenario in which they could miss? There's still a lot of work to be done. Because of the way they play defensively and their defensive person mindset, the ability to grind out points. I don't see that scenario. I think they'll get top 12 no matter what I really do based on the schedule. And you have direct rivals. So will you take points away from somebody else and you earn points. This helps them. I honestly see a top 8 fighting scenario. They're gonna end somewhere between 7th and tenth for my money. One of the teams battling for one of those top four spots and avoiding the.

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Why It's Worth Exploring 'The Big Bang'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 6 hrs ago

Why It's Worth Exploring 'The Big Bang'

"It's kind of funny, Steve. And I think we've talked about this privately, but in my book as atheism dead roughly have the same three things. And this was before I knew that you were putting it in this way. And the third one I put it differently, I kind of, you know, it's more about James tour and abiogenesis, but it's the same concept. And it's funny, though, that we're both logical or try to be. And these are three just astonishing arguments for God. There's just no way around it. And it's funny, I mean, I guess I'm glad to hear that you use these three because they struck me viscerally as the three arguments that I wanted to talk about. The Big Bang in some ways is a curious choice because I think a lot of people think, well, that's old hat. I don't think it is, at least, that's why I revisit it and I talk about it a little bit in that chapter. But why do you say the big why is it worth dealing with the Big Bang, something that presumably we've known about for a long time? Well, science and philosophy do intersect. And scientific discoveries can raise larger philosophical or worldview questions. In every world you have to answer the question, what is the thing or the entity or the process from which everything else came? And the default way of thinking about that from the late 19th century was that the universe is eternal and self existent that matter and energy play the role in a materialistic worldview that God plays in the theistic worldview. In other words, it's the thing from which everything else comes. And it's always been here, and therefore doesn't need an explanation. But one Princeton physicist Robert Dickey put it an infinitely old universe would relieve us of the need of explaining the origin of matter at any finite time in the past. But if the universe is finite, which is what all the evidence now points to. Then that raises a big question that materialism can't answer, which is where did the matter and the energy come from in the first place? At that beginning point. And this troubled Einstein, this troubled Arthur eddington, this troubled Fred hoyle, the great astrophysicist and physicist at the early part of the 20th century who were confronted with this evidence, all recognized that it posed a huge challenge to scientific materialism or scientific atheism or scientific naturalism, whatever you want to call it, the idea that matter and energy or the primary reality, not

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Kelvin Cochran Shares His Story of Religious Persecution in New Book 'Facing the Fire'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:47 min | 6 hrs ago

Kelvin Cochran Shares His Story of Religious Persecution in New Book 'Facing the Fire'

"Folks, I have a privilege of speaking with somebody I think of as a friend. Kelvin Cochran, you've heard him on this program before if you've been listening for a while. Since we're doing a fundraiser with the alliance defending freedom, it's appropriate that Kelvin Cochran would come out with this book now, because he has been the victim of what has happened in America where elites don't have any idea of what religious liberty is. They've been ham handed in overreaching and in squashing people's religious liberty and at the top of that list is Kelvin Cochran, who is a hero. The new book, he has written is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's fire chief that's him through the flames of persecution, Kelvin Cochrane, welcome the program. Thank you, Eric. It's good to see you, my friend. It's great to see you. You're an encouragement to me. For my audience, tell the story briefly of what happened to you briefly because I want to get to what the rest of the book says. But you've been through the fire and the Atlanta, the folks in Atlanta were not good to you. You were the fire chief in all of Atlanta. Yes. Yes. I was a fire chief in the city of Atlanta and of course serving my profession honorably and faithfully. And while living out my faith at the same time, at my church, Elizabeth baptist church, Eric, I wrote a book for Christian me and Bible study that dealt with me and who struggled with condemnation and double mindedness. And in the book, who told you that you were naked? I was addressing sexual sand because many Christian man still struggle with sexual sin. I used the book of genesis to talk about God's view of sexuality, simple phrases like he created their male and female that eventually mother and father cleve to his wife and to become one flash and that created them appropriate because he wanted a big family of kids. Those few paragraphs cost me my childhood dream come true 34 year fire service career when an Atlanta city council member complained to the mayor about what I wrote about biblical marriage and sexuality. The mayor suspended me for 30 days to see if I had discriminated against anyone from the LGBTQ community based on my beliefs that investigation exonerated me, however I was terminated

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Author Stephen Meyer on the Three Scientific Discoveries That Reveal the Mind Behind the Universe

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 6 hrs ago

Author Stephen Meyer on the Three Scientific Discoveries That Reveal the Mind Behind the Universe

"Back. I'm talking to my friend, Stephen Meyer, the author of many books, the new one is the return or rather return of the God hypothesis. Three scientific discoveries that reveal the mind behind the universe. Before we go much further, what are those three scientific discoveries in a nutshell? Absolutely. The first is that the universe, the physical universe of matter spacetime and energy is best we can tell had a beginning of finite time ago in the past. Before which there was presumably, therefore, no matter or energy to cause the universe to come into existence. Secondly, that from the beginning of the universe are soon there after the basic parameters of physics have been exquisitely finely tuned to allow for the possibility of life, suggesting a fine tuner, if you will for the origin of the universe. And then thirdly, in the realm of biology in the foundation of life, and even the simplest living cells, scientists have found digital information, stored in DNA, as well as a complex information storage, transmission and processing system. It's just absolutely awesome. And which points to as I argue in the book, a master programmer for life. So we see evidence of design at the foundation of life in the universe, and we see that the universe itself had a finite beginning suggesting a creation event at some time in the

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 Schwarber, Red Sox slam Astros 12-3, lead ALCS 2-1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 hrs ago

Schwarber, Red Sox slam Astros 12-3, lead ALCS 2-1

"Kyle Schwarber kept the grand old times going for the red Sox with another grand slam in the team's twelve three route of the Astros in game three of their American League Championship Series Schwarber second inning slam off Astros starter Jose or kiedy was the red Sox third in the last two games making Boston the only team with three grand slams in a single postseason series Christian Arroyo and JD Martinez added two run homers to help Boston take a two to one series lead Kyle Tucker's three run Homer provided all the offense for the Astros guessing

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Why Do We Continue to Buy From China?

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 12 hrs ago

Why Do We Continue to Buy From China?

"As you were saying earlier I don't understand why Americans by any products made in China for a long time Checked out products to see where their manufactured and a lot of times you just can't tell it because it says distributed by and it's a country in America to company in America So I thought there was a lot point where it had to be printed on the packaging of the product To tell you where the country is large and manufacturer was but apparently I haven't seen that I don't know if that was under the Trump administration But I do not buy any products in China by the Mexico Vietnam I'll buy them in product because that's what I have to get But I mainly look for products made in the United States I don't understand why Americans would buy products for I agree with you Part of the problem is like certain drugs because they have certain elements in China that we don't have certain material that we don't have I mean in the ground and so forth There is no escaping it But in terms of basic manufacturing you're a 100% right and Washington talks about this now You know the first one to talk about this was Trump Washington never talked about this but they talk about it now And here's the problem the Chinese have bought off so many of our institutions including politicians Look at swalwell Look at Pelosi Look at Feinstein He's only going to hear from him anymore Look at these colleges and universities with these Confucius Institutes Look at a Hollywood and how much money China has in the movie industry And then you look at our products too They have they have spread like a virus like a poison throughout the society And the one guy trying to put the brakes on it was Donald Trump and I think to some extent that's why they tried to take

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Does Terry Mcauliffe Even Know What Critical Race Theory Is?

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 13 hrs ago

Does Terry Mcauliffe Even Know What Critical Race Theory Is?

"And by the way critical race there How can you have a conversation if they won't even admit that they're teaching critical race theory They have the propaganda media MSNBC joy Reid a true reprobate And then you have this clown McCullough running around the state Saying people are being stirred up by critical race theory which is not taught in Virginia But of course it's time for Virginia And this is what he said today Today Cut 12 go We don't teach critical race theory here in Virginia It's never been taught but in loudon county everybody stirred up Everybody thinks we're teaching you know every white person is a slave owner I mean it just that's not what critical race theories says that every white person was a slave owner I'm starting to believe this guy's dumber than Joe Biden It's a very very low standard but unbelievable Critical race theory doesn't teach at every white person as a slave owner He recalled when he was actually questioned by a real reporter for local television station Away from Washington D.C. but in Virginia he couldn't even explain what critical race theory is But he just knows it's not taught in Virginia Well he doesn't know what it is and it is taught in Virginia

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Biden team asks Supreme Court to pause Texas abortion law

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 13 hrs ago

Biden team asks Supreme Court to pause Texas abortion law

"The budget ministrations asking the US Supreme Court to block district Texas abortion law while legal challenges play out in the courts the justice department has asked the nation's highest court to lift an appeals court order that allows Texas to continue enforcing its abortion ban spelled out in a unique law designed to resist federal court challenges the department says the Texas ban defies previous abortion decisions because the time frame in which the procedure is allowed has already expired before many women realize they are pregnant White House press secretary Jen Psaki says president Biden wants to protect abortion access for women he continues to believe that roe V. Wade as should be is the law of the land he supports efforts to codify roe V. Wade the administration also told the justices they could fast track a decision on the law's constitutionality this term which sees another abortion case on the docket Jackie Quinn Washington

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D.C. suspends most of its Metro trains after another derailment

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 14 hrs ago

D.C. suspends most of its Metro trains after another derailment

"A derailment problem with newer train cars is complicating commuter travel for thousands in the Washington DC region after a commuter train derailed in Washington's Virginia suburbs last week NTSB chair Jennifer comedy told reporters that a design flaw has been identified which causes wheels on the newer Kawasaki made seven thousand series trains to spread too wide on the axles allowing the carriage to slip off the tracks this could have resulted in a catastrophic event comedy said the train had apparently derailed and then reconnected itself twice before derailing a final time well not at Washington's reach all metro system ordered the withdrawal of the series from service they comprise about sixty percent of the fleet the safety ruling has snarled commutes across the nation's capital at a time when they were working to attract more riders Jennifer

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Why China Is Laughing at Joe Biden With David Goldman

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 14 hrs ago

Why China Is Laughing at Joe Biden With David Goldman

"Welcome back to one on one with David Goldman. David, we've been discussing these issues for so very, very long. We have also alighted on your recommendation, numerous times. You visited us in The White House and made it first then I think that we need a new space race. We need that speech at rice university from a president who just gets America back into some national program that gets us to a Pinnacle of research and development. I got to ask you last week we had the launch into space of a 90 year old American captain Kirk Bill Shatner made it on a what was it 5 minute space ride? That's not exactly what you're talking about is it, David, you're talking about something big. Yeah, live long and prostate. But you're talking about something a bit larger than Jeff Bezos is vanity project. It's how you know. Seth, you and I have been talking about decoupling at least some parts of the U.S. economy from China for years. As of last month, U.S. imports from China are up 30% since 2018 when Trump started going after them. That's because the body administration has thrown trillions of dollars of people and giving people an incentive to say out of the workforce, people have money to spend, but we can't find the workers because of the disincentives created by government programs. So we've got to buy the goods from China. China's exports to us are booming. They are now equal to 27% of our manufacturing GDP. It's an astonishing number. That is. We need to rebuild American industry. We've got a business elite that doesn't care about manufacturing, doesn't care about manufacturing communities or workers. We need to reverse

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'You Will Be Assimilated' Author David Goldman on China's Contempt for the U.S.

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:44 min | 15 hrs ago

'You Will Be Assimilated' Author David Goldman on China's Contempt for the U.S.

"China is not an enemy. And I think that's important for people to clearly understand. China is a rising power, China has been a rising power since Deng Xiaoping in 79. And they are going to develop themselves in our developing themselves into a great power. That is not to say, however, that they are an enemy. They're not an enemy. They're just a great power. That's according to the chairman of the joint chiefs when he was speaking in his private capacity as chief of staff of the army. The NATO summit, maybe that explains a lot about Mark Billy. We'll discuss the realities of what China thinks they are to us and how they're eating our lunch with the man that we always rely upon to tell us about the geo strategic reality in Asia and in Beijing. He's the author of a fabulous work you must check out right now. It's you will be assimilated. China's plan to Sino form the world. David Goldman. Welcome to one on one. A sub gorka it is an honor and privilege to spend fine with you, sir. Thanks for the invitation. I just realized I'm looking at the cover of your book that the Chinese dragon has a pair of iPhone ear pods in. That's a very nice little touch there. I missed in the past. David, we'll talk about Millie. We'll talk about the truth of China Beijing. Xi Jinping and everything else. But first, I have to ask you. The imagery of these super cargo ships off the port of LA, the president of the United States saying, oh, no, don't worry about it. And then Jen Psaki saying, oh, that's a high class issue. People having the Christmas present. So that's, you know, the pipes don't worry about that. Let me ask you, let's think like the Chinese Communist Party for a moment. What does China think of the fact that America can't unload its cargo ships? The Chinese have contempt for us. They think they can take us. We just published an a four times an excerpt from a book by Chinese economist used to be the chief economist of the World Bank Chicago university PhD. Who says, look at history. Look at the United States versus England at the end of the 19th century. The English were lazy complacent and the United States come from behind, took them out and ate their lunch. That's exactly what we're going to do to the United States now. We've got the people. We've got the supply chains. We've got the technology. We've got the will to do it. America's lazy and feckless and their right for the

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Bari Weiss Is the Type of Democrat That Used to Exist in America

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 16 hrs ago

Bari Weiss Is the Type of Democrat That Used to Exist in America

"Are the people on television at all ever self aware at the damage they're doing to American society will Barry Weiss is one of the few that deserves to be platformed. Again, I don't agree with her on everything. In fact, I'm sure that if we have different views on abortion, in different views on transgender stuff. In different views on I don't know, pick your certain issue. I'm sure that I'm much more strict on immigration than she is. Whatever. But she believes in something that will help keep this country alive for the time being. She believes in something virtuous. Freedom of speech dialog differences of opinion. Individual initiative, she believes in liberty. Barry wise is the type of Democrat that used to exist in this country. Very wise is the type of Democrat that used to say, you know what I agree to disagree. You might have a difference of opinion, but I'll still allow you to speak. She is different than Brian's Brian stelter, who's the type of leftist that we're gonna have to encounter ten at University of Vermont, where at University of Vermont, they say, oh, we disagree with you. Therefore we want to shut you up. Barry Weiss would say, I disagree with Charlie. Let's see what he has to say. It's a completely different approach.

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Bari Weiss Quit the New York Times, But Hasn't Drifted Into Obscurity

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 16 hrs ago

Bari Weiss Quit the New York Times, But Hasn't Drifted Into Obscurity

"Barry Weiss That is that goes without saying a lot of you say of course. But even just saying that the world has gone mad, is now a controversial statement according to CNN. Barry Weiss is a former New York Times reporter. She's smart. She's tough. She has a really good sub stack. If you don't know what substack is, it's a rather interesting decentralized platform is that one way to put it where you kind of get people you can kind of get what they're saying as they say it and support them. I got her emails. I don't agree with everything she says. She kind of strikes me as kind of an old school moderate liberal, but she's really courageous, and she speaks about issues that matter and she now has a new article that has come out this last week that is making the rounds. I want to read from it. Where she wrote about how the whole world has gone woke and has lost their minds and she says, why are moms like me being called domestic terrorists? She reposted this article from Maude meran. She says this, quote, she quotes, I am a mother of four a criminal defense attorney and a lifelong liberal who is deeply concerned about the direction of New York City public schools. I've been outspoken about my views, along with an untold number of frustrated parents. For that, the FBI is considering using the Patriot Act against me. Let me explain. Last month national schoolboard association and umbrella organization representing thousands, thousands of local elected school board officials, sent a letter to President Biden. The letter in poured The White House to enlist support of Homeland Security FBI Department of Justice to investigate the threat adding that the alleged crimes fall under the purview of the Patriot Act in regards to domestic terrorism. Barry Weiss has covered a variety of different issues from why people are suing UCLA for not wanting discriminating against their students and she's kind of getting a reputation as a former New York Times reporter as someone who's actually willing to tell the truth. Someone who is willing to speak clearly and courageously.

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Bari Weiss Owning CNN's Brian Stelter Is 2 Minutes of Pure Television Gold

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:53 min | 16 hrs ago

Bari Weiss Owning CNN's Brian Stelter Is 2 Minutes of Pure Television Gold

"So Brian stelter, asbury wise kind of like, oh, Barry wise, you say the world has gone mad. Why do you say the world has gone mad and she owns stelter to his face. Very Weiss. Is able to say so clearly, here's why the world has gone mad. Why are you not doing anything about it? And then he challenges his, oh, well, it's not like you're not allowed to say those things. Play Barry Weiss, some of the most beautiful two minutes on television of CNN being called out to their face. By the way, this is a moderate liberal. She is not a conservative, she's not a leftist, this is someone who's on the center left who worked for The New York Times. Listen. You write, there are tens of millions of Americans who aren't on the hard left or the hard right who feel the world has gone mad. So in what ways has the world gone bad? Well, you know, when you have the chief reporter on the beat of COVID for The New York Times, talking about how questioning or pursuing the question of the lab leak is racist, the world has gone mad. When you're not able to say out loud and in public that there are differences between men and women, the world has gone mad. When we're not allowed to acknowledge that rioting is rioting and it is bad. And that silence is not violence, but violence is violence, the world has gone mad. When we're not able to say that Hunter Biden's laptop is a story worth pursuing the world has gone that, when in the name of progress, young school children as young as kindergarten are being separated in public schools because of their race. And that is called progress rather than segregation, the world has gone mad. There are dozens of examples that I could share with you in which you often say you say a lot of knows this. And you say we're not allowed to lose the people stopping the conversation. Who are they? People let work at networks, frankly, like the one I'm speaking on right now who try and claim that, you know, it was racist to investigate the lab leak theory. It was. But I'm just saying, when you say a loud, I just think it's a provocative thing to say, you say, you say, we're not allowed to talk about these things. But they're all over the Internet. I can Google them. Everywhere. I've heard about every story you mentioned. So I'm just suggesting, of course, people are allowed to cover whatever they want to cover. But you and I both know and it would be delusional to claim otherwise that touching your finger to an increasing number of subjects that have been deemed third rail by the mainstream institutions and increasingly by some of the tech companies will lead to reputational damage, perhaps you losing your job. Your children sometimes being demonized as well. And so what happens is a kind of internal self censorship. This is something that I saw over and over again when I was at The New York

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The Power of Natural Immunity From COVID

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:48 min | 18 hrs ago

The Power of Natural Immunity From COVID

"What is important for me to tell you is that I believe that what I had decided to do over the course of the last year and a half, I believe has been justified. I wanted to achieve natural immunity, which is by far the more robust immunity that one can have against the COVID or any virus. As Morton mccary, Marty Mackay, professor Johns Hopkins school of medicine, and the Bloomberg school of public health and the editor in chief of med page today wrote in The Washington Post, natural immunity to COVID is powerful policy makers seem afraid to say so. More than 15 studies have demonstrated the power of immunity acquired by previously having the virus. A 700,000 were person study from Israel to weeks ago this is a few months ago. Found that those who had experienced prior infections were 27 times less likely to get a second symptomatic COVID infection than those who were vaccinated. Did you hear that? 700,000 person study in Israel, 27 times less likely than vaccinated people.

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"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

"Anyways so and then this natural transition to her. She's day so much in my life has happened to. So it's it's the same person having gone through all these life experiences similarity to that between her. And i you know when you're acting moments just visualize them in your head go through these journeys with them when i'm imagining what she's going through and then i'm reading the lives like i'm actually in those moments. I see those moments. I cry and sessions is derived. You'll never see boys soccer to standing like this really like into it. Emotionally within the parameters of the microsoft. She's just gets to explore so many emotional levels in this one that she never has before never or in all the international deputy the darkest any of them have gone so cold. So real like the moments are you can visualize all the moment sir in an on camera film there. So are you down and later. Charged for me would be video game. There's a lot of darkness definitely harley but now this is the first time i've really done very dark with her. I mean in the original. She's dark shoes serious and she's no bubbles of. She's got a lot of stuff going on. So this is just next level those probably if you love think it'd be really if i had like stanley cameo i was telling kevin and bruce fun of we were like palestinian at a diner are harambee walks by. I think that'd be women's superhero rape female really of going. Almost renaissance wonder woman batman versus superman. Smart so what has a woman and her voice. Rehouse thousand pentagon they are and it's really exciting and I feel really honored to her Protrayed a strong woman also is still a woman in a lot of vulnerability which you'll see in the film And it's nice to the girls to have good role models and obviously backer. His always been a really great role model. And i love the surgery so strong female characters getting the opportunity place so many assists. I pinch myself all the time And there's a level of responsibility that comes with that too because sometimes this movie beyond camera thing is to do something sexually explicit or something like my fans are ten year old girls again downloading new anything you know and you really wanna make sure that you're always sort of representing you. Something that girls in wanted me. It'd be calm. I hear all the time. Because then you i wanna be a voice actor because of you. I got through my parents divorce and watching this public depression. And it's nice. I mean being able to hear from the fantasy and that is time capsule episode to fifty seven. I'm tony talaat. I'll be at new york comic con this weekend. I hope to see somebody there. And i'll bring back some good stuff. Take care. hi. This is lisa coleman and you're listening to sifi us..

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"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

"Me. What does that mean. Lastly i was blessed and i mean blessed to talked and leonard nimoy who talks about the meeting in the first star trek j.j abramson between his spock. And zachary quinto spock in that report for the for the fan boy and all of us. The scene between you and zachary was amazing. That's interesting seeing yet very interesting. Yeah yeah. I like zachary's work. I think it's a very good actor. Invading sellers an actor. I came off very well. Well one thing. Jj did very well in. This movie was casting. He did an excellent job. And you know. I mean the effects and all that that'll take care of itself but but if you don't have the i mean the shoes that they're filling for digital's it's just the talent that that is Somewhat unique there are a lot of directors can do the very big special effects movies and there's some directors who can do the personal character moments. But he can do both. And and that's that's not not typical. I think that that's really the measure of his talent that he can do very big picture but he can touch your in the middle of all that with with intimate moment to say that star trek influence. Me is an understatement. It seems of inclusion and infinite diversity resonated with me now even more than ever. I don't think i'd be doing this. Podcast for the last eleven years if not for the influence of star trek. It's something that has impacted my life in ways. I never thought having talked to some of these talented people has they made. History has been one of the pleasures of my life and that is time capsule episode to fifty three. I'm tony tomato. Thanks so much for listening. This is ethan phillips from star trek. Voyager hi this is john delancey dr flock on enterprise sleep faster. Time lavar burton. Hi george decay. And i listened to sifi talk..

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"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

06:56 min | 5 months ago

"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

"I play shape. Shifter oto on star trek deep space nine brown and i play where we yesterday was a lie as well as taylor on star trek enterprise coupla neville pigeon emma concept designer in film. I am emily hampshire. And i play jennifer going bench. Twelve mortiz anger false. Five hundred how'd on. Dvd is something us. Batman fans have been waiting for a long time but this is certainly not for children. And that's batman the killing joke based on that classic comic. It's always special to me. When kevin conroy and mark hamill are reunited to voice batman. And the joker mister conroy spoke to us and around table setting at san diego comic con when talks about who. He's rooting for. Its ben affleck's portrayal of batman and batman. V superman dawn of justice. What's it like. Voicing batman like this type rating it gives me more room to explore things. I hadn't explored but to be honest with you when we were recording it. I looked at the script. And there's no way this is going to stay the way it is. They're going to have to change this somewhere along the line And they said we'll just go with. We're just gonna record this and we'll work it out. And then i found out later on what they worked out was the rating. They kept everything we did and they decided look. This isn't forgets. This is going to be for adults. Mark the wonderful thing about markle's he is a stage actor and if difference about people whose background was in the state you you know to approach character from the inside out you really have to inhabit the character on a stage and he approaches joker as a a funny voice or crazy voice he really gets in from inside the approaches from the inside and i wish you could see him behind the mic because he becomes that character he devours the microphone. I mean he. He's whole face transforms. It's a wonderful thing to watch. And i've always quotes batman from that that sin perspective to me. It's it's not. Just ignorant dr through your sound. It's it's it's everything that happened to a child. It's all of that that pain. That's what you got to hear his voice that's would that sound comes from and so we both. We really have an appreciation for each other. The way each other words and i think we i think we bring the best out of each other. A really dear voice felt no. This is the first time we haven't the first time we haven't because of star wars. But i knew having worked for so many years what he would do. I knew he'd knock it out of the ballpark needed. Now the trick to me has been not to alter it is to be consistent. The fans of this show. This character are so passionate. They're the most amazing fans albany character. Day would know in second if i was not being genuine and you have to. You have to go one hundred percent. You cannot do anything less than a hundred percent when you're doing that because they just won't buy you know it really. He such a clear powerbook 'sometimes. What other superheroes wanna play go. What other superhero is there. When you start you know with the maserati go. There's no other car. He is the most complicated. The most twisted the darkest kicking wonderful good character mean he's not the square jawed superman clean cut boring character. He's complicated makes him so much armor. I'm so lucky. Yes i did i was. I was rooting for. I know. there's a lot of online vitriol. And i was saying it'll give this guy a break. He's a wonderful actor. Let's see what he does. I think he did a good job. I think they're going to literally blow price for inc. They're gonna love it. I think it's been a long time since a really wonderful animated movie veteran. Your and it's long over. You know i wasn't to be honest. I'm not as much of a comic with maven as markedly. Only bruce tim or or any of these so called dini i. I've always had to catch up in that sense because just as a kid who had just wasn't as exposed to comic books he he would go on and on about all kinds of stuff and stopped listening after a while to be honest. Have you ever actually talked to mark or interview them. I mean you can't get into shut up once he starts. It's a wonderful. I mean but he just grows. Doing a panel with him is brutal. Because you're fighting to get any space to say anything he's got so much information so animated and i'm being cultivated love. I'm so happy to be working with. Probably one of the most quintessential performances asa joker goes to mark hamill. He remains a personal favourite. And thanks gary mirror now. Here is his interview even though over the years. I've said you know if i ever a chance to do anything. With joker my my dream would be do killing joke and then when they said okay. You got your wish. I immediately thought. Oh my god. I can't do this. I mean it's it's to epic it's it's it's jokers magnum opus. There's no way i can do justice to this. You know. it is flattering. The people have accepted my joker as much as they have. And i have to tell you. I've listened to the mall from larry. Storch frank welker when of my a voiceover idols. lennie weinrib It goes on and on and then cesar romero. When i was watching the television show his energy. One i'm trying to say to you through brent spiner and all the modern day jokers kevin michael richardson jeff bennett and reversion to me has validity every The one in the dark knight emerson. This is michael emerson. Just creepy and great. I mean i listened to all of these versions. And i love hearing i. If there's no definitive joker he will be reinterpreted. Long after i'm gone because he's just such a great care just like george costanza. I gotta go out on the high note..

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"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

04:03 min | 8 months ago

"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

"Who he character kernen is the face of klingons or so many millions of people thousands of millions and for me to come in with jj and create a clean on that is slightly modified. I did ask him not not the hoping to mind. Because you know there comes personals. I something for him That he is he goes to find klingon but it was interesting continues responsible. Something the effect You know i'm. I'm just wondering guys who created for years and not a guy who's going on we all get a chance to play so he was very respectful of that to a person saying something. Disparaging he was very supportive. That's cool that's very cool. Yeah i have a lot of favorite moments on the show but when you guys did the old west. That was so cool. That was really a lot of fun. It was really no kidding. Have a second favorite and that gave you guys a whole different perspective when you guys were. Also contestants on the show that was wildly. Yeah that that that was an important step associate. Not only was an entertaining. I think for a lot of viewers. It was an important episode for us. Jets and. I'll only speak for myself. But like i said i've been well. I've worn makeup so four and fabricated in created center cetera. I've done that stuff so to be put in the hot seat of the faceoff criteria and timeline i thought this is interesting and it will be challenging and i i literally went into that served thinking that what we're going to do is we've got our to X. faceoff contestants. Coming back to work with us. I thought we were going to mentor them. Really have that. In my mind of how i manage my thought i will basically just advise pop back in every now and then see what they're doing and in the end as soon as the quote unquote competitions started. I realized oh no. This is a competition. I'm up against glenn me i. My old competitive have came out the entire time. Suck my teeth into it and all of a sudden for that. I was ever a judge face off. I was a contestant. It was so good to go through that. Because i want to change my judging perspective but it made me considerably more aware and sensitive to what the contestants go through we did. A one challenge thinker. Those guys soon go through it for multiple. oh man. I really have such a great respect for the contestants and even when we are very harsh about a makeup. I always appreciate that. I don't think anyone fails touch cliche. But i'm thinking on even the worst makeup going to use that term loosely worst but even the worst thing dopey exchange Demands respect for having gotten anything in front of us. It's harder than you could possibly imagine. Don't forget to catch face off in the middle of season number nine available on scifi always a great show. It's the best reality show on tv and that is episode two. Oh six of time capsule thanks so much for listening. I'm tony tomato robert bajic from alien trespass you're listening to sci-fi talk..

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"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

07:30 min | 8 months ago

"time" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

"This has been brought up from farscape. Hi sane essences. Hi i'm brad sheriff. I'm george decay. And i listened to sci-fi talk brian. Tyler is a composer for vendors. Aj voltron. i talked to him at san diego comic con about that score and a new movie that he worked up talking about the truth. It looks thing it's it is really interesting. I mean it's like you know after working on these lots of movies. Lots of explosions avengers flying around and cars yeah political thriller Redford plays a dan. Rather and and cate blanchett plays mary maps. And it's like this political thriller about cbs news. When they went after george bush and some some stuff who's is right around there was in the iraq war and then they turn into this whole. What is true thing so then. Is that the vibe of it. But it's cool. Turn answer that question i. It's it's a lot of question marks which is cool so it was that kind of suspenseful score. Yeah it's it's it's kind of emotional suspenseful kind of also old school. All the president's men political thriller seventies thing to it almost even though it doesn't take place then just a style of the movie is throwback and so yeah i was i was loving the kind of the gearshift speaking either rangers one of the big movies of the year. I mean it looked great. Did you incorporate it looks like you're incorporated some of the themes from previous movies in there. Yeah you know. Cool thing about the avengers in these marvel movies. They're all in the same universe and And so there was the themes of iron man and thor and subdued brought from the films that i scored before and then the analysis vestry avengers motif. We wanted to get that in there. And there is a captain america thing and in and then we needed some new themes to for wrote stuff for the new ventures like Like vision you know. And then there's a new relationship with the hulk and natasha so that had to be done as well but but really you know y- you really need all these different teams coming around. It's almost like a. It's it's like a meeting of of the minds and the meeting of the theme so had to be careful about trying to bridge them all and keeps them all going. You know what's it like to play in that sandbox to marvel universe. It's massive you know. The sandbox is Couldn't be big. you know. it's a lot of fun for me. It's something that. I don't know it's just kind of movie that i would go and buy my ticket to and see like five times in the theater if i hadn't scored it by the time it comes out of already seen it a thousand times but i still enjoyed it i. I went to the theater opening weekend and three times. So it's it's it's it's the ultimate sandbox early. We saw it. I max three d in new york unbelievable and the sound room. Yeah for sure. it's an atmosphere and it's all around. Yeah yeah i'm asking is great. I actually went. And i saw it in two d and three d in i and the different formats to kind of yes a little bit of a different experience each time you know when i'm working on the movie it's tutti and then it's not till the end and that it kinda gets rendered out and and you get to see it all in its full. Glory but But yeah i. I really enjoyed it so when you sit down to write a score for this. What what instrument do i mean. That's yeah i mean the the instrument is the orchestra away so so. When you're writing for me. I tend to. I tend to favor. Writing for piano imagining with the orchestra is going to sound like you know. But it's the old school. I mean it gets written down on paper and then totally and you know we do mockups in the computer and stuff but but at the end i know. I'm going to be conducting. We conducted this at abbey road. And i just went up there and you have a big ninety piece orchestra and choir and they give you a lotta give you that that nice symphonic balls that you get from room with a lot of people playing a lot of loud music and there's some romantics cool thing about it. There's a romantic side to it. As well and mysterious side. It really covered the covered. The gamut all over yeah was it had all the parts you know and so for music you know you. You didn't have to stay with one thing or another you had you could really explore here. That's very well. Best of luck in true sounds really cool. Yeah yeah. I'm excited about her. You to take care of. Another composer is saw to veteran. Charlie clousre who actually didn't know much about the plot of the twist ville series he worked on wayward pines. We spoke at san diego comic con just to tell you a little bit about my experience with the show. My wife read the books. Okay and she said she reveal what was going to happen no good. She was really good but she said we watching the episodes and she goes boy. You on the right track good. I knew time had something to do with it. I could well. It was funny. When i i was doing the first couple episodes. I hadn't read the books and they didn't explain to me that this freaking door was going to open revealing this epic scale of the storyline was so when i was scoring the first couple episodes i was kind of thinking. It's creepy mountain town. Everybody's in on something and you don't know what it is but the scale of the music and the sounds that i was using was very small and claustrophobic. And then as we once we got to the fifth and sixth episodes and it was all all became clear. I kind of was given a hard time to the show runner and the producers. Saying why didn't you tell me this was going to go. So epic might have hinted at that in the music and the first couple and they said that's exactly why we didn't because they actually preferred and now i can act like that. Was my master plan to have very claustrophobic. World into music and the first few episodes did then becomes surprisingly huge and epic. And so i will take credit for having planned that all along even though i totally didn't yeah i mean so i mean it's a great score and it's a great series. I think this is actually one of the best ever for summer television just so many good shows too many to name thank god time but what type of instrumentation did you use when you were kind of looking around kind of feeling your way towards this town well. There was the the one thing that i i always categorize instruments as sounding whether they're outdoors or indoors or inside your head and of course the series starts out with matt dillon's character like recovering from this head injury and for a minute. There might not even be sure if maybe he's still in a coma and dreaming all this so i tried to start off with. Sounds to me. Sounded like they were in your head in very not big and reverberi and splashy but they were happening between your ears but also that had an element of unsteadiness because as matt dillon's characters kind of coming out of the hospital sort of staggering around wayward pines with this big gash in his head. He's unsteady on his feet. So i wanted to. As many of the musical sounds to have that kind of quality of staggering.

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"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"That he vapes. I heard i think vaping is kind of a white thing isn't it is it. Yes because the hookah. It's the people of color thing. Yeah vaping as any. And and that's i mean that's just racism from top down systemic racism because we know that vaping is healthier and so it helps white people live long are whereas hookah is way more dangerous. I haven't looked up on this. But i i remember i remember months ago speculation in some research indicating that nicotine actually helps prevent kobe infection now but it must be. That's why they were shocked by the unexpected lower rates of smokers for having kobe problems. Oh shit fuck yeah. Actually a friend of mine told me that exact same thing. Because i was a i mean i know. I'm smoking a cigar right now. So no one's going to have any sympathy for me or or pride. But i quit smoking cigarettes. I haven't had a cigarette in eight days. And i feel good. I feel it's really good really really good awkward vaping to actually i. It's yeah it's nice. i'm not. I don't think i'll quit cigars away. I mean arnold schwarzenegger Pretty healthy but all jokes aside. I do enjoy a good cigar. I feel like it's not as bad for you with smoking cigarettes. And i don't want to go back. Don't want to go back to our mark. I do wanna get going one question i had for you and i don't think you have an answer but i'm curious if you do. Why do you think that trump has been like so out of the ball. I totally wanted to talk about is. Because i have no fucking idea i mean. Obviously he's off twitter so he can't just like get like he like there are. There are many many mainstream. But just even sean hannity could walk you. Could he could could show up to sean hannity show while it is in progress at naval stop there. Yeah and having to sit down like he has raised to get his voice out there he could. He could show up tomorrow to fox and they would put the fucking super bowl in a little box and be like donald trump's speaking. Yeah first time since he lost the presidency or so it's not it's not a real point to say he doesn't have a microphone. Yes yeah yeah. So what is going on. What is he planning what is he doing..

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"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

04:29 min | 9 months ago

"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Did you have anything else to throw on that list now. I mean i'll just continue like yeah. There's there's members who are white supremacists. There are members who are quote unquote islamic phobic. There's there's there's members who Who encouraged or espoused political violence. The same could be said to be true for the conservative party. In canada the same could be said to be true for the liberal party in canada. only this. This was the reason that several articles that i read in the media. That was what they kind of highlighted as you know. The danger of the proud boys is that there are members who i've done these things i mean if you do if you disa- cursory search and look at their website or listen to an interview of the leadership. They are explicitly in their leadership positions at the top of the organization in their own words anti-racist in their own words anti-nazi so multicultural more multicultural than Antifa perhaps more multicultural than canada. The proud boys again at or more. I mean they probably are right because lot of chapters in small cities in big cities right all their activism is in big cities. i don't know the stance that i don't know sure okay but it's kind of hearkens back to like a post nine eleven world where you know. They did this war on terrorism and isis in the use it as an excuse to kind like mass surveillance. Kerr taylor runs freedoms. Do you remember the world where you used to be able to get on a plane and didn't take ten hours to get through security because they didn't check to see everyone how to fuck para nail clippers and stuff like that and the government now is i got the glasses on. And i'm selling a conspiracy. There was again but the government is increasing in the level of control over the populace through things like declaring. The problem was a terrorist. We've got isis on his list too. I was thinking about this today. Not that isis isn't a terrorist group. I wouldn't argue that. But how much of a danger do you think. Isis is to the average canadian right now in.

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"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

03:32 min | 9 months ago

"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"While there's only so many seats in the college right so you want last everybody else. They're not in the us. Though like in the us colleges the total fucking business seats get folded another college An open another college of all the seats get filled. I'm not sure if that's a A college does really well. Then they'll start letting more people and there's the only call that don't do things like that are prestigious ones that harvard and yale and stuff you where it's like one a select group of people but like i was told these fairly prestigious colleges that can read them out for you. We've got university of virginia. Virginia commonwealth university virginia military institute the college of william and mary and longwood university. Yeah yeah. I mean. I i really. I don't even think this is really progressive on us. I mean it seems to me that The western world in general is trying to push way more people in the college than ever before and that trend will continue into the next century. I imagine it'll get to the point. Where almost everybody goes to college. The majority of citizens in the western world will end up going through some college or university program. Do you not think so. No i mean. I like i mean i guess there are movements for free college but i mean i don't have a strong opinion on this not not not as it has to be free. It just seems that you know with so what. I'm trying to remember when you supposed to sam harris but we talked about something like harvard gives out more. Phd's every year now than all of the phd's that were given out in the united states one hundred years ago and the whole country and so just like the amount of people that are getting high level secondary education in developed countries is exponentially people that are like graduating from harvard. Like some of these people that are writing articles and everything. It's it's kind of scary. I i prefer to think that there is some kind of secret cabal governing their activities by the way that smoke for the audio audience. Mike smoke cigars really affecting his sunglasses. Filtered i've been purposely trying to make back. Yeah but i see what you're saying like you. I you can google this. It's kind of interesting if you look at like a high school tests or great eight tasks from one hundred years ago and compared to a great aid tests from now and it used to be so much harder the level of education one hundred years ago was much higher quality but it just so accessible to so few people and they say things like well. People are so much more educated right now. It's like yeah ya the are. There's more educated people for sure but there's been such a watering down of the education system at the highest level right in terms of what was available. What people what what. How do i frame this so like if you went to harvard a fifty years ago like wow you were fucking special like you really really really one of the world's most lead in the most educated place. You could be anybody just really. Isn't that special anymore. You know zaka zuckerberg is famously. The the harvard dropout who did better than every single person in his year right you know you..

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The Cave of Time

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"I'm sharing goosebumps. Can you read the next passage you. It's so good. Democracy won in the end. The will of the people prevailed. But wow but it's crazy you're gonna throw after all this you're gonna say something it's crazy like a colloquialism what you're like you're on buzzfeed. But it's crazy anyways. Democracy one in the end the will of the people prevailed. But it's crazy. In retrospect this is what it took to put on election in the united states of america. Anyways it was it was a decent read. I did didn't article it wasn't it wasn't or anything but yeah thank you be seven seven seven seven for the follow. Oh so you want you want. You were interested in this virginia house. Voting to make slavery reparations in yes so what was it universities colleges. Virginia's house of delegates voted yesterday. And this was. This was posted by forbes on february fifth just yesterday so two days ago. Virginia house of delegates voted to require five colleges and mistake to create scholarships and economic development programs for the descendants of enslaved people who worked at the schools. If it's passed the democratic controlled state senate and signed by the governor. The bill will take effect in the two thousand twenty. Twenty two thousand twenty three academic year kristie just universities that are involved in the measure called ships. The sons of slaves. Yeah exactly and the bill. The bill passed not. Do they not already have that. I feel like i mean mean. I'm we didn't have you know. I mean i know in canada canada. I'm not out today on this if you're a native don't you get together university for free. If you can get and canada and canada. They do have provisions for stuff like that. Yeah yeah wow. I'm really surprised. They don't already have states. I would have thought that would have been how all right all right go on. You were surprised at black. People didn't get free tuition in the states. If you were like the descendant of slaves. I thought there would be more scholarship opportunities to Yeah yeah i mean. I guess i guess you know what this was a. It was a longtime come in wake. Yeah i mean come on. I'm kind of on your harriet. Like who gives a shit like you want to send more black people a college. Yeah let's do it like we wouldn't that be a good thing to send more black college.

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"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

03:39 min | 9 months ago

"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"The pair announced that they pressed the president to deliver covid relief for their constituents and inform him. They saw no role in the election process. This is pretty complicated. Then they went for a drink at the trump hotel on pennsylvania avenue read barbara motel a street artist projected their images onto the outside of the building. Along with the words. The world is watching lexington that last one step. The state can't the sorry that left one last step. The state canvassing board made up of democrats and two republicans one republican trumper employed by the dave davos davos yvonne. Sorry the boss families political nonprofit. Jeez i'm pronouncing something wrong and you you get a hard on on me for that was arrayed arabia's all right but the vast families political nonprofit was expected to vote for certification. The other republican on the board was a little known lawyer named aaron van. Langeveldt he sent no signals about what he plans to do. Leading everyone on edge when the meeting began row riazan. Whatever activists flooded the livestream and phil twitter with the hash. Tag hash tag. All is on michigan aboard accustomed to attendance in the single digits suddenly faced an audience of thousands in hours of testimony. The activists and emphasized their masses of respecting voters wishes and affirming democracy rather than scrolling. The officials then langeveldt quickly signaled that he would follow the president. The vote was three zero to certify. The other republican abstained after that the dominoes fell pennsylvania wisconsin and the rest of the state certified their electors republican officials in arizona and georgia stood up trump's bullying and the electoral college voted on schedule on december fourteenth. So i like how they say. Republican officials in arizona and georgia stood up trump's bullying while they they basically document dislike very elaborate bullying. They've got like street ours outside project images on the building. They've got like a rating the social media stream online. They've got Hashtag camp going out. Readings zuckerberg two terms of service faces. Stand up the trump's bullying. It's great they fortify the election and this is how you voted by elections mortified anyways. I'm sorry that was a bit long. But i just thought it was kind of funny especially how it starts. How it ends with these standing up to trump's bullying irene. They're winning man. The democrats doing a great job like fucking edward bernard's will be proud of them. This is excellent. Excellent excellent propaganda work. Excellent fucking north. Korea is blushing right now by the way we have a single listen from north korean our podcast. I was looking at them. Really north korea south korea. Could you please call north korea and tell them to check out our show. Some south korea's nurse shoutout yes shadow to south korea. Please could you please call your cousins that you haven't seen in sixty years and still listener. Show please please. We didn't amazon them. We love them. And just to end this article on a whimper weather rather than a bang quote it's astounding. How close we came. How fragile that. I love that framing. Well it's like wylie. Coyote runs off the cliff. If you don't look down you don't fall for democracy only survives if we all believe and don't look.

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"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Backward to counsel caution and frame the vote count accurately the conversation. That followed was a difficult. One led by act bled by the activists with the protest strategy. We want it to be mindful of. When was the right time to call for moving masses of people into the street. As much as they were eager to mount a show of strength mobilising immediately could backfire and put people at risk protests that devolved into violent clashes would give trump a pretext send federal agents our troops over the summer and rather than elevate trump's complaints by continuing to fight him. The alliance wanted to send the message for the people had spoken. So the word went out. Stand-down protect the results announced predict. The results is an organization protect. The results announced that it would not be activating the entire national mobilization network today but remains ready to activate it if necessary. So yeah. there's there's a national activists mobilization network that was told to stand down from the top down. Yeah stand back and stand by. Why why is there a national activist movement that can mobilize people. Why is this the first as reasons for political. Here's why are elites participating in mobilising the masses what this doesn't seem like a grassroots and that's that's that's what's so fascinating this article is that is like a somewhat top-down. Yeah so that was a note that i had about this article and now can i can i before you get into sun too so now does that mean that before leading up to the election de same people were encouraging people to go out and light buildings on fire and smashed windows and all the destruction because it would make trump look bad is that and then and then violence wooden sue and more people would get hurt and that was a good time for them politically for people to get hurt. So i wouldn't. I would pull this up at. The graph. Probably isn't as good as just explaining. Because the timeline of both elections isn't on the graph. But if you google if you do a google search for black lives yet. Black lives matter if you do a google trends search for the term black lives matter it absolutely surges just before both this election and the two thousand sixteen election and so this is this. Is you know News organizations articles all sorts of things that are appearing on google to be searched for absolutely surges before elections. There's this interesting piece of data. I mean this is kind of conspiratorial. What i'm throwing out here now. But i think it's interesting. There was something. I saw that said that after the occupy the first occupy wall street racism started trending occupy wall street disappeared. And it's like the conspiracy. Is that the elite threw it out there to stop the lower class from finding the upper class. Yeah i've heard that too and it's interesting. I'm sure there's some sort of truth to that. Yeah why sir. I mean it certainly seems that elites are very happy if the far laugh in the fighter fighting each other. I mean jimmy door says this. He's as far left as you can get right. And it's like he'll he'll have some guy who's affiliated with big lou boys on an interview and the guy or even like the proud boys recently where a terrorist organization they are now we can get into that a bit later but what. They were declared a terrorist. Isn't there like number. One rule is like an anti-racism we are anti-racists. Right.

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"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

05:51 min | 9 months ago

"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Because they'll be like the government's gonna know who i am and where i am like they don't already fucking nail right there but i feel like the left wing mealy say oh but that's gonna create like black people in the passive had problems with the police and the government so they don't feel comfortable having the government. Give them ideas or something. I feel like that's where they were going. And then the other thing i heard was you have police. Officers near voting stations. It makes black people. Not one vote effort to i kind of feel like that's bullshit. Well you know. You haven't watched the george floyd video enough. I'm going to go vote. I can't wait to participate in the election. Older a cop there though. I don't wanna vote that much. Yeah exactly you don't wanna frigging neon your neck just for voting and you don't even like by them much. So why would why would you stick. Why would you literally put your neck on the line. He's not even black. At least bill clinton was black. Go into done it for bill clinton. Because he was. The first black president did saxophone. He did yeah and he had a little dog so the most important takeaway from some research that was done was that engaging with toxic content online it made it worse when you get attacked the instinct instinct is to push back. Call it out and say this isn't true but the more engagement something gets the more. The platforms boosted the algorithm reads. That is oh. This is popular people. Want the solution which was concluded was to pressure platforms to enforce their rules both by removing content or accounts that spread disinformation and buy more aggressively policing it in the first place. Yeah so this must be one of those things where people like us there people who are kind of on the fringe of politics the internet or saying like yeah like what the fuck up with all the censorship wise it only conservatives and interest wise one way and then you know the dorsey say what did say when they had those six. Our congress hearings it. No no no we apply to you. We'll we'll move forward so the research gate at to advocate pushing social media platforms to take a harder line in november twenty. Nine hundred mark zuckerberg invited nine civil rights leaders to dinner at his home where they warned him about the danger of election related falsehoods. That were already spreading unchecked pushing urging conversations brainstorming all of that to get to a place where we ended up with more rigorous rules and enforcement says benita gupta president and ceo of the leadership conference on civil and human rights who attended who attended the dinner and met with twitter. Ceo jack dorsey and others gupta has been nominated for associate attorney general by president biden. So i mean the kabul is exposing itself..

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"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Like it's i feel like this native advertising. Yeah yeah in fact. Yeah there might be some money behind the wording there's definitely my and look it's capitals zoom and it's like well of course it's going to be capitalist zoom. Yea how how do they know actually zoom that they were using like mrs secrets. The interviewed the guy know it. They know it platform he was using. I guess so anyways it was gone. Why didn't they just say like using video chat. Yeah why don't they tip like there's no way there's no money buying why would they specifically named the like. It's like he was going for a morning jog now like he's strapped on his nike's fresh is fresh yeezy. He's a like when you see that can of either pepsi or coke and it's perfectly perfectly logo held for the camera and it's perfectly per up so you can read it the whole time is i mean. There's no way we're right about this. There's no way of fine organization like time would ever stoop to something like this jason. There's no way perhaps not. It was around a series of rapid. Fire five minute presentations on everything from which adds on everything from which adds were working to to messaging to legal strategy. The infant invitation only gatherings soon attracted hundreds creating a rare shared base knowledge for the frat fractious progressive movement. I do like the wording this article these guys using some sat level words Secret network is being created across the progressive left talking about law talking about ads talking about a conspiracy. If you will fortify the election yeah guy. Move on yeah. let's go. Private philanthropy stepped into the breach an assortment of foundations contributed. Tens of millions in election administration funding chan zuckerberg initiative chipped in three hundred million dollars. Oh yeah so. They did this after they like. Couldn't get enough money to do something i remember. Reading is the cares act passed or something and they like you didn't it was supposed to be relief one for covid and then it all went ended up going to like getting people to vote is voting. I guess i like into that a lot. Like it's all about mail in voting and you've expressed antipathy towards Mail in voting. Why just think. I just think if you are a believer in democracy you wanted to be as transparent as possible and mail in voting does not serve that interest.

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"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

02:58 min | 9 months ago

"time" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"The winner even while many key states were being still being counted. Now the author goes on to say that. In a way trump was right there was a conspiracy unfolding behind the scenes one that both curtailed the protests and coordinated the resistance from ceo's both surprises were the result of informal alliance between left wing activists and business. Titans so this is funny because this is what like a we on the podcast and people in alternative news circles have been claiming for a long time and here you have in time magazine. It being said outright left wing vists and business. Titans i fortune five hundred companies i e big tech oligarchs i all of that in cahoots yup there every aspect of the election. They got states to change voting systems and laws and helped secure hundreds of millions in public and private funding. What were you gonna say. Mike why we these are the same people who are like no border snowboarders little the illegals in. And it's like we want because we want to change the demographics of the country and they want man because they want cheap labor. Yeah yeah. I mean that's a yeah. Yeah that's that's a funny aspect too because there is speaking out of both sides of the mouth in that realm as well where they'll say like why why don't you want a more migration like whether it be legal or illegal for that matter because it doesn't affect you it's not gonna change your way of life and then in other conversations they'll be saying we want more immigration because it's going to change who is present it's going to change. Who is it's going to change the votes going to change the way of life for everybody in this country. that is a side note but it is interesting. how it mirrors. What's being talked about here. Why mean and there's that union from across the aisle to where you know like the coach brothers are all for the cheap labor right and i have those sponsor conservative think tanks and everyone all neo cons are like you know yeah like as long as immigration has done right. I think we should update about twenty five percent this year. And you know we'll hand out Anyone who gets a anyone who gets a degree from university like well. Here's your green card. Stapled to your paper and yeah. It's okay that mexicans come in and pick our fruit because americans aren't going to do those jobs it's like well. They would do it if you paid them. Forty dollars an hour to do it. Oh woh but then nobody would able to afford fruits and vegetables. That's crazy and it's like all the poor people already live in a food desert and they can't have him anyways. What the fuck are you talking about you. You're the people that buy those things and you can afford it. If the price goes up by twenty five percent.

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"time" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"time" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

"We. All buy the castle and that signifies to the two of the members of the family. I need extra support to Dixon really struggling. But you don't have to explain what the extra support is. You'd have to explain yourself. You don't have to say I need you to me because you just say that that simple just says today. I'm struggling and I find it rating posted by Sunday's rock we'd As a case find wake up an identity. can just put my rock by the castle. Bring your soil. Much is just beautiful. Because it means that you don't need an excuse to be rock to to to need rocking can as rock hang and then for all of those people will stop the hill at the people the annual lights. Not You could trust enough to send them a citation your rock by the kettle by the capital. Bangui the days that you're struggling you. Just send them that. Image is so lovely so we can do this remotely as well because yeah there's a lot of us are living alone in Miami beach. I do feel that my life for five years on the road is really helped. Me Live like this to me. It's normal. The moment is not what I want long-term but at the moment it's something that I recognize an I do have a good brace of Rooks of you are definitely one and and for you to have acknowledged So when Mandy was first writing this book well no one's I in the middle of writing and you were saying that how much my journey has had inspired you to to speak about being yourself. It made me realize just what I'd been doing on those those five years on zoos to learning how to self care so is rocking yourself is deep deep self care and it's real self carrots not pretend self care it's like you're up against itself guy you need to really find what you need within from yourself and that can result. She's so deep. Can you know I'm a? She going to teach to train up but I needed to forget my practice bat for me. I needed to be practiced. I want not what I was going to be teaching people later but what I actually needed and it was the menopause that Kicks Meyer. Sel Not one and it just made me. Yeah exactly So that's one of the silver linings of this mid life stage that we were in is that it calls you to look at what what you need now which is not the same as what you need to twenty two years ago and won't be the same as what you need to any is if we can you hit the nail on the hands about how being rooks for each other. It's that we have to remember that as an adult supporting teenager. We have to greet the weather all because they're in a very different place to I will and I feel sorry for my husband's having to route communities menopause. But you'd have been a huge learning the bicycle side. Yeah I think cat is reading potent and it's very individual. We have to find first of all I think we have to. I had to learn to listen. Tonight's out and then I had to nine to be brave enough to say I'm struggling. Tough one really tough and Olen people all over the world you know send many of us were calling out through personal connection and business something which would all day for each other. We have to be perfect events. No we have to do and get right is justified deep inside this that we can all just know that if somebody is choosing you as that rock band not expecting it to be perfect just looking to connection looking for connections of the ICAN feels safe to be vulnerable and members. He said earlier. It's not about being in competition. We know there are people Have terrible lives really really tough and our hearts go out to the more compassionate? You know owning good time we WANNA be well now. You won't be able to take care of as many people as we can but in the here now when we responsible for ourselves like that and for one another in this being this is the ripple is the Rock in the pool. That's going to ripple out an actually start really showing us how communities really worked for one. Another ahead updating. Yeah that would be amazing. I find as well. The younger people really engage in the time that have been a rock for each other round the Fed listeners. You know yeah. It's it's easier to relate Yeah Yeah. It's quite cool as well as the new vernacular new way of using an old word so Monte. Pres being rock fame. I think we're GONNA say now. I wish you so much love and lot needed because it's already happening. It's all already out that. How can people find out more about you? What issue doing. Hey thanks kate. Well you can find me on Web Mandy Greece dot UK. You can find the book on Amazon so if you just put him being depressed depending where you live you definitely GonNa get me. And I'm on facebook and twitter on my hand will mandate. J. Greece is P. R. E. E. C. Have you got one classic rock moment to share with us before we leave? I catered embarrassing on so I came from a difficult situation husbands. They kitchen dignity and bundled And he said something on. I did a spectacular menopausal ranch indication. It was really good not directed at him about this issue. big rant and at the end of it. He turns added smiled. Man He said reflecting that drug thing works naked Brennan if you reflect to drop INS WTI does do huge ranked Rats are like storms that matching somebody natural state. Yes so no that's a good point such a lovely illustration and that we've got a gamut of emotions in us and it's not all about you know being tearful and saddened emotional sometimes. There is the frustration the anger and you know as British people women who keep it all in his night. No we've got great. She goings around expressing elements frustrations and they said that needs to come up because when it comes out it clears. We WanNA clear that stagnation. We want the emotions that we feel that big fear thing. That's being you know perpetuate around the world. We're not supposed to hold onto them. We noticed them and let them flow through us. So it's the sticking of them in the holding in that causes the problems so and I think also can I just as well being rock is about letting people shut that? Join T. Yeah Okay. Really posted in these chuckled times. It can be a bit like it's not raining nothing happens to the Oakwood by maybe sharing it but actually popping rockets to hear people's joy because we need Max about him so the struggles that very day. All thank you. Thank you so much. For being part time Mandy Praise be raw ground. The world's well chicken and beef pets love it. So those spin-offs good here as we are sitting here rookie in the menopause like like nothing else encouraging other women to do the same well with the rest of your day and more thanks to Mandy four sharing the breadth of wisdom around being rock being present to true listening not trying to mend or he'll just witnessing another pure Goh time interview. I hope you enjoyed infound frothy useful. If you have please do tell you friends and also know that you can watch us on the Chee Time. Tv Channel on Youtube where you will see the unedited version of this interview and lots more from the chee time back catalogue. So next time on the show we are going to really dive into the world of she. Going personal energy management as we lead up to the World Tai Chi Gung Day on the twenty eighth of my plan is to take some brilliant bits of interview from Touchy Going Masters that I've had on the show in the past like Ken Cohen. Amelia watching Louis Jason Chan and barefoot. Doctor maybe even Sharon rose the director of the quantum she movie on all of these interviews can be found in full on the on demand facility at UK health radio or in podcast format as Clara Polish. Chee time on itunes spotify and Google play an Ottawa. So light to introduce you to some key protocols around clearing the fear dispersing anxiety and frustration and replenishing with pure fresh vitality that is your birthright to gather from mother earth and the cosmos. So if you'd like to find out more about the key up your life online sessions that I run head over to my website. Clark Apollo Dot Com and so we have one last song to play out with which has been suggested by Mandy. Prese our being rock chick who is chosen this June. Hold my hand by Jacqueline. Because and I quote I love the idea that she can be in a cold and empty space and then someone holds a hand. She's okay so being rock means we don't have to walk alone all love that and so knowing that when we are rocked we feel holy recognized when we acknowledge our wholeness. We can dream in the vision for a new world and a clearer brighter. More cohesive manner so really. Let's take good care of one another in these transitioning times to hold each other's hands hear each other's words truly am be kind to one another's hearts. Soto next time. Keep your CCI up my friend and thank you so much for listening to cheat. Time with me Laura.

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"time" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"time" Discussed on Go Time

"Some of these restrictions they basically make it easier to read and understand the celts and make certain guarantees about it to really it really helps like the readability is definitely prioritize the ends that's one of the best features go my opinion as well yes i understand that you that i've worked with languages that did to narrates and i understand that make some things simpler not sure it if there are things that can only be achieved to nags have not that knowledgeable but i am still not convinced that that anything that would be simpler by using genetics up or easier shooter to ray with trump the readability feature of go yep i think it's the worst thing maybe while and we have to keep in mind that it's improving langourous him in software engineering as a whole we always have to make compromises like you can have absolutely everything sell off to make sure that you balance will you alvin when you don't have and sometimes it means like saying no two things sometimes means you know not doing what you want because we understand like the greater benefits it's worth it jill you know we we actually like remember the positive side of saying now i think you can have everything isn't that what scala is i like this i mean actually seques plus these days like all the latest revisions the sheep was blessed seven cnn's the later ones like it feels like they're really it's a great example of like what happens when you have everything under the sun in it's like sure you can do all those things but you know i wouldn't want to review that kind of killed or like maintain it to just you don't have everything is you don't have the readability an illusory so blessed by this i have to like.

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"time" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"time" Discussed on Go Time

"Yeah i do too much of it makes sense seeing this it must not go there are i do when they talk about though because to me seems like such a big deal while you're doing taking time off in to work on your on your preferred opensource projects that wednesday you really wanna make sure happen and i want to be in there's there's so many projects you involved with but i do want to to talk to us about your top three study from the most important the why say you really wanna make happen in why in where are you act project in iuu anyhow however it is it fire from being completed what is what is completed mean to tell us sure so i don't think i have like a very kind of a nice disconnect between the different projects a lot of them are interconnected in some ways and a lot of them are kind of east umbrella projects where there's something heart level and lower level but let me say that right now i think we're in a very very interesting point in time sell you know the language go timeouts relatively recently i like it has been almost like 10 years now ten years yet but it is relatively new and i'll just maybe a few years back um yeah on the backhand we had a whole different set of one would is that people could trees from but on the front end it's always been java script was kind of be only officially supported language because that's the only language that browsers support.

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