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"trenton center" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"I like to see briefcase on all the helicopter. And then they're also playing the cure in the background Fan you hear about all the time. Nothing yet marvelous. Trying this new thing where the villain has the same powers as the hero but his evil that they've done one hundred times up to this point. Yeah it's fine. I like that because it's now you're you're matching wits. Although i really can't say that because You know yellow jacket. Has these four laser beams sticking out of its wherever it is but yeah it's it's it's evil evil ground for the most of their two guys who are not super villains or superheroes right. They're still just two guys you know. It's not like falk in verses ant man which gets laughed at all lost It's cool seen again. It's it again. It's just lots of fun of these two kind of fighting it out. It's a pretty good cure song so into and Yeah it's cool. And then they ll see the pool shots and this is awesome when he knocked him into the into the bug zapper ping pong paddle that and then you have him just like you think he's dead but he's like just on the edge of it and often you get shot him. Screamingly wakes up guys to a crazy accent up the good. It shows them going more and more insane. Yeah definitely but at the same time paxson catches up to the sky. And it's like you gotta listen to shoot him with the taser. I ha i stretch it. Though i guess what i mean i i. I don't blame him. That's what you know what he should have done. Listen you don't want to hear about amp people in yellow jackets in crazy suits you. Look you just gotta go. You gotta be quiet for a second. Your from a cop's point of view. He escaped jail. Has been on the run emerson so yeah so finally got him. Put his ass down. It makes sense and it isn't until he's in the back of the squad car and they get a they get some kind of you know. Call over the radio saying how that houses in trouble which has gassy and again. Yellow jacket woke back up. And he's like. I'm gonna go kill who he loves 'cause i'm crazy. Essentially conceit sick away. His world's gonna take away. Scott's yeah i mean. It's good though like it shows you. How psychopathic character is. Yeah but he made the mistake of making a personal can't do that. I like how they don't let them. They don't put them out of the handcuffs. He able to get the mask the mask on then he's able to shrink down and get out the hangs up. I really enjoyed this fighting when they're in her run. This is just fucking great fighting fighting. You know ant man verse jacket. They're fighting on the thomas trenton center at one point where y'all jacket. You know like bought the screen. Because he's gonna hit by a train then it just goes out a little train. Hit him and trump all over. It's like not a real train. Buddy. what it makes sense that you'd freak out because your small. Yeah so could throwing the train cars adam in dart's making them explode belykh like why are they exploding point what are they filled with our be filled with gasoline. You know these are credited twos lasers i guess it's fine..
"trenton center" Discussed on Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra
"My friend Sir. This is daily breadth. We are in the first week of our new series total meditation. But it's no transformation is what meditation provides once you embark on the journey. The first step is realizing that awareness in some form is always present. In every moment of our life. Awareness is the backbone of everything we think feel perceive imagined or sense it is awareness that is watching this ceaselessly. And the awareness itself is not judging labeling. That relieved to the mind, the awareness is the observer of the mind itself. So awareness precedes thoughts in modern life, which is built on mental activity. No one has any idea where thoughts come from. Nothing about a brain investigates processing thoughts, feelings, or sensations. But as we wake up, so does the cosmos wake up the notion that human beings we can make the universe wake up it's very interesting notion proposed by many scientists including the physicist David Doors. Who says that it's explanatory process. That gives meaning to the universe and that actually places consciousness. Trenton Center in the creative process, you may have heard from the physicist John, argued Huila, that we live in a participatory universe. In other words, everything that we think is real out there depends on our beliefs, perceptions and observations and interpretations and expecations in here in here, meaning in our own consciousness, not own south. Buying eggs can be confusing but vital farms wants to clear things up and keep it simple because you know vital farms pasteurized eggs are better than cage free. So many companies loved to paint beautiful images of farms on their packaging when really the farm is more like an industrial warehouse vital farm set out to change that with traceability vital farms cartons have farm named printed on the side of the carton where you can see.
How to embrace awareness
"My friend Sir. This is daily breadth. We are in the first week of our new series total meditation. But it's no transformation is what meditation provides once you embark on the journey. The first step is realizing that awareness in some form is always present. In every moment of our life. Awareness is the backbone of everything we think feel perceive imagined or sense it is awareness that is watching this ceaselessly. And the awareness itself is not judging labeling. That relieved to the mind, the awareness is the observer of the mind itself. So awareness precedes thoughts in modern life, which is built on mental activity. No one has any idea where thoughts come from. Nothing about a brain investigates processing thoughts, feelings, or sensations. But as we wake up, so does the cosmos wake up the notion that human beings we can make the universe wake up it's very interesting notion proposed by many scientists including the physicist David Doors. Who says that it's explanatory process. That gives meaning to the universe and that actually places consciousness. Trenton Center in the creative process, you may have heard from the physicist John, argued Huila, that we live in a participatory universe. In other words, everything that we think is real out there depends on our beliefs, perceptions and observations and interpretations and expecations in here in here, meaning in our own consciousness, not own south.
"trenton center" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"trenton center" Discussed on The Takeaway
"That we were all sort of mutually committed to one another in this moment and in a very important way you know when we're trying to prevent the spread of this virus that we know very little about Julia. I feel like I've been seeing on social media videos of people breaking social distancing rules. Maybe they were partying together or just large throngs of people in public spaces together and I've been seeing a lot of kind of shaming happening on social media but you say that shaming doesn't actually work in situations like this. Why not? Well I am coming at this as an HIV prevention researcher and we know that when we shame people for engaging and behavior that might increase their risk of HIV. Let's say having condom X. then that behavior becomes stigmatized people are afraid to disclose it. It doesn't actually stop the behavior. What it does is it pushes people away from disclosing that behavior. Let's say to a healthcare provider and the results is that people don't end up getting the health care that they need and you can imagine how that would play out right now. For example we may be shamed people for gathered. Bring in a park having a picnic. Not Wearing masks. And if we call them out on social media they next time may not have that picnic and instead they take that socializing indoors where it actually becomes higher risk and then you can also imagine that. If there's an outbreak in not situation and contact razors are trying to locate. All the people who attended the event those people may be hesitant to disclose that they were there and essentially shaming in. The End. Doesn't have the effect that we wanted to. It doesn't make big go away. It drives it. Underground drives people away from accessing public health services that they need. I feel like we're we're talking a lot about balancing and assessing risks but for some people there are structural factors like systemic racism or poverty. That take that decision making around the risks. Completely out of your hands Juliet. How do you think public health officials could take that into account in their guidelines? Considering context is a really important part of harm reduction and one of the ways that it can help is that when we think about the context in which people make decisions about. Let's say social distancing. Then we start to remember that. They may not have total control over their situation. There may be context like depression because of isolation but as you pointed out there may also be structural factors like systemic racism that make it very difficult to social distance. And that's why people have been talking about social distancing being privilege. We can also think about scenarios like the story of the hairdresser that was shared a couple days ago who continued to work. Despite public health guidelines and ended up being linked to many new cases and in that scenario that hairdresser was shamed but as an individual he was making a decision in the context of meeting a paycheck and not having enough social support or resources from the government to allow him to stay home and stop working and when we blame that individual we distract from where the accountability really lies which is on the institutions that failed to support him so when we come at this from a heart addiction approach we keep that context. Trenton Center to avoid blaming the individual and also to remember where resources are actually needed. You know I'll be honest. I've been personally having a hard time thinking about when I might be able to see my grandmother's again They both live in different countries. Different from each other as well and I'm sure that many others are in a similar situation with older family members who live more than a car right away. Juliette can you navigate the risks when thinking about trying to see your family members who live far away? I mean certainly for somebody who is more local. We can think about low risk ways to have a visit that might include being outdoors and remaining physically distant. Not Sharing food wearing masks. But then when you're talking about flying to see somebody at becomes more complicated I think in that scenario ways to reduce risk would be to quarantine yourself for two weeks on either side of the trip and have the family that you're visiting do the same and to be as careful as possible on the actual trip In terms of potential exposure at the airport or on the airplane Christina has this come up in your quarantine bubble anyone wanting to visit others especially elderly family members. I think that's when it really comes into into play wanting to break a rule or were were do it responsibly. Yeah we actually do have One couple in our bubble who are planning visit to an older family member out in California and in some ways the fact that we have a bubble is making it a lot easier to plan a trip like that you know my wife and I are going to care for their dog We're able to drive them to the airport so they don't have to take a lift or public transportation and then we're starting conversations about what happens when they returned from that trip. You know we'll big warranty in from our bubble will the rest of US see them. But but you know thoroughly limit our contact with the outside world even more than we're doing right now But it helps to have other people to discuss those things with you. Know it's it's more people who can be doing research it's more Opinions and support that we can share with one another Y- those questions aren't easy for anyone. What about for people with children? I feel like I've been hearing from a lot of my parents friends that they are just wishing and dying to set up play dates for their kids. But they want to think about how to do that responsibly. Is there a way to consider it responsibly? As a mom of two little kids there are three and six. This is definitely the front of my mind as well I think quiz older kids. It's a bit easier because they may have an ability to understand the that's six feet of distance and I found that our kids really adapted very quickly to not known and now they police us. We stand to close to someone. Say Mama that's that's you know less than six feet so I I think it is possible to think about ways that you could maybe meet up in a park and have your kids kick a soccer ball around or go on a bike ride with another kid and a couple of parents and then another approach would be the one that Christina's taking where you find another family that has kids the same age and decided to be a according team together and those kids can play together without the need for physical distancing and again it's not zero risk but it is lower risk than your kids having a play date with different kids every few days and what about in general. I mean what types of activities would you advise listeners to consider that could be low risk and could definitely satisfy that sense of socialization that people are missing? I think the key here at least for these next few months is going to be being outdoors and keeping social interactions outdoors as much as possible. And of course that's easier in some places that have more outdoor space than others like really dense cities but as much as you know cities can be thinking about opening up more outdoor space for people. I think that will help and You know activities like walking with somebody biking with someone going on a run with someone. Those are very low risk activities that can give people enough social contact that they feel.
A Moment in Time, with Shari Belafonte
"Today. We're GONNA be talking sheriff about photography. So let's get into it Sherry. Welcome to our show. It's so great having Jose here so you have grown up around cameras now as a little kid all my life cameras aimed at you most again. Your Dad was Trenton Center. He was big deal. Back in the fifties sixties seventies. He broke down a lot of walls. Again everybody's familiar with his music and his acting and everything else. So you're smiling laughing about so. I was very hyperactive. Attention deficit as a child. I still lamb a little curtail with certain things now making native American blood you know wearing a bright orange camp right now you WanNa talk about it. Yeah Orange there you go. There's fast on. Go ahead I'm sorry. My Grandmother gave me my first Brownie camera. Now that's how far back I with the fan flash that you put the light bulb shit so I had that one. I was four years old. How many megapixel was and you would get this little tiny roll of film that you would put inside that Yummy and That was my first foray into being behind the camera and then instamatic semantic when I was I think I had a funny little polaroid camera that we had them all And my first legitimate camera was a pentax when I was eleven years old. Okay I was in boarding school by Matic or h three the it was. You know I can't remember I just. It was a thirty five millimeter Pentax Camera. That was dad's I know. Dad had a SPA top. Any passed it down to me so my entire high school was spent in the dark room. I smell like smoke. That was really attractive. Smell coming out of the yellow fingernails sitting in the dark. You Know Rolling and Rolling Rolling Rolling and then you know praying that you could put it in the CAN. It would come out and it wasn't all crumpled and you know so. Yeah I spent a good part of my earlier years behind the camera. And then of course like you said being Harry's daughter you know when we when he was on tour somewhere and there's Paparazzi or people taking pictures of us all the time and then Harry took pictures of us all the time that we never saw and it was the biggest joke because he was he always got get over there. Get OVER THERE. Get over there. Stop Stop Standards There. Hundreds and hundreds of pictures that were taken by. Harry and we've never seen a single one single. And why do you think that's the case? He just too busy to Kinda know if he ever developed and I don't know if there was even filmed the camera I think he had these Lycos and he just you know he just kept shooting once in a while. We saw him because he would. When he was a touring he would have these The program with this and it was always the big color program that would come with new. Buy A ticket and there would be pictures of us you know in there and we go to dad. Shoot that picture around. The house was photography kind of a respected medium. Was it an art to be an art. He did have a darkroom which he never went into. He just had it in the back next his recording studio but he did use a recording studio. Did use the recording. But Yeah we always have been shutterbugs. I think the whole definitely me more so than I think my siblings but Harry was definitely behind the camera. He was into like us us a very like a like like like scandal. And what about the Paparazzi and stuff? Maybe it wasn't. I can't even say that it wasn't like it is now because Paparazzi but was it A pain in the bud. Was it something that you guys so I was so used to? You know because what happened is my hair Harry. In Marguerite. My mom was marguerite. She passed away a few years go but they divorced. When I was very young actually separated woman was pregnant with me so there was always that kind of people trying to take pictures of that that was going on but there was a little more of a sense of decency for lack of better words with authorizing I mean. Now it's like Oh goes the there were lines. That were not crossed back then. I mean chances and stuff like that and they they definitely probably got onto your skin right probably worse today and usually think it was more of a magazine would come in. Ebony magazine would come in and say you know. Can we shoot you at home or and you know there was a story that was behind it and maybe the attorneys would go yet. It's good idea. Let's let's push that you know. Yeah we've always been around cameras for yourself. It's often family. What kind of things interested you would sort of you know? In the days I was in boarding school in Massachusetts so I I've always been a fan of black and white. I never learned how to process color and of course slides for the first things. You sort of learned. I never learned how to process but I was always into the dynamic of black and white so with the snow in Massachusetts. There was always the lights and shadows and you can stream you know falling through the ice no save. The camera saved the camera. Shot landscapes mostly landscapes. And then I shot everything and then as I got older and could start a fording stuff. I actually stopped shooting for a while and then when Sam. I got married thirty five years ago. Sam gave me my first Yoeskamnoer. I had by then already onto Canon cameras. But you know hey a one and the that great but then Sam gave me my first Kammer after maybe not shooting for ten years and we went on our honeymoon to Italy and I just shot like crazy like bags and bags film was carrying at the time. Kodak made what was called recording fill in the recording. Four seventy five four and as soon as you develop it would turn into a corkscrew that you can never hold flat that I didn't know because by then I wasn't processing okay but Three hundred you could you. Could you could set the The whatever you wanted I mean you couldn't with any film but this was if you decided to shoot at or if you wanted to shoot one hundred thirty two hundred or sixty four hundred. Just remember what you shot that at and you'd process it like if I shot four hundred three sixty I process it at four hundred by shoot at three sixty and I mean the detail was. It's crazy it's like mega pixels eight thousand and I just fell in love with that and then when Kodak stopped making it because they said well you know nobody's buying it because it was twelve dollars a roll and I know buying it. No please keep making and then shortly after you know film just kind of went by the wayside and now it's coming back. Is it coming back to us? Sales were up twenty percent last year. So you now actually have to try and find a film camera. I still actually have a rebel. Okay okay isn't it rebel? Originally rebels were killed. What was called the digital rebel? No megapixel but I did have for the Canon thirty and I was started shooting movies of Friends of mine. Who were directors said? Would you shoot stills movie and I remember get going into get a sound blimp made for my digital camera and the guys in you and Steven Spielberg's guy or the only people that have blimps for you. These eight thirty eight sixty. Whatever I add albertson blimp. Right Jacobsen Jacobsen recently closed down. There's no need for any other. No ex- exactly. I've got this this whole box downstairs in the garage is because like don't need the blimp. Next time lenses by the I worked on a movie as recently as Twenty fifteen and with a digital camera and they recorded a blimp ahead to go rent one. I mean even even that little clique. If you're onset now we have an issue thousand frames so that one was especially digital you shoot so fast. The first movie I did shoot I had asked me me. Leaders a friend of mine and she also is the executive producer and director of the morning. Show but at the time going back. You know fifteen twenty years. Whenever it was that I was shooting this I said to her. You know this is the first time shooting for a movie. What she's just keeps shooting shoot. Shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot so I did. I shot eight thousand seven hundred and seventy eight frames and thought okay. You know. I'm their mom. Put them all and give them. And then oh no we just need your best hundred. It took me like three weeks to go through every single one of those because I really looked like I was shooting movie. Everything was so slightly different. They know what would you take away from that experience? Really get an editor back to that five role mentality you know. They'll have a budget for three to five roles. And that's what you did shooting digital change anything when you when you shoot because obviously it did change a lot for a lot of people in this idea of shooting maybe too much or a lot or just the freedom they can give you. Some really changed a lot of people's now you know everything is it cyclical now. I've barely picked up my camera now. Also have a Sony seven hours and shooting with my Samsung Galaxy's the galaxy the first galaxy thing. I had a four note for one of the earlier. Ones the best pictures I've ever seen. I went on my God. Look at these pictures that I'm getting on my phone and now I have a lot of my family's mostly apple. Nothing you know not against apple but galaxies have much better pictures you know the Samsung just really has the better technology shooting with your phone and I know friends of mine even say your pictures are so much better than mine. Why is that slow data Samsung if Samsung only made and take get another phone? Get Your Samsung Stolz. But I still like I still like the weight of having a camera and shooting the cameras a different different animal. But now you know. There's a difference for photographers. I never was would call professional photography gallery shows and stuff but I'm not like Greg Gorman. Who was a friend of mine? I didn't shoot and I'm not making money like that as a photographer. And right now so many you can take so many pictures. I mean anybody can get good picture with their phone. You know you can. It's easier to get good pictures now than it used to be. You know you'd have to have a professional photographer do that. Well now I you know people take headshots their phones movies with your eyes. You can do anything. Us forces us to kind of rethink what I should be taking pictures of. And how many pictures should be taking reassessed kind of the nature of it and that's happening. I think you know this return to film. We're seeing people kind of wanting to slow back down a little bit trying to figure out what what's the basis of it. That's really what it is. It's it's a medium. It's like if you're an oil painter if you're into acrylics or if you're doing you know pencil drawings if you're into sculpture it's a it's all worthy it's just a matter of what your taste isn't what it is that you're shooting at that
"trenton center" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States episode. One point thirty one season one review part one. All right guys has here we are. We have finally made it to the end of the first season. Well almost as you have probably figured out already. Today is the first part of the season in review. This is going to be a two part episode. Next time it will officially be our final episode of the season. Once we wrap up this season review we are one. Move Straight into into our second season or the podcast without any delay. So I'm hoping you are all happy about not having to be without the show for any real amount of time. Today's episode is designed designed to do a couple of things for you. Now if you're first starting out on this podcast and you decided not to listen to season one this episode and the next one will give you some background of where we have been likewise for those of you who have listened from the beginning we have talked about an incredibly large amount of things so today we are going to revisit a lot out of those things just reminds us of where we've been thus far. The point of today is not to give a complete summary of everything we talked about. If you want that does go re listen to the first season again but rather it is to talk about the major themes events that we have seen and that are going to be important. Moving forward second. We are going to attempt to tie all these things things together in order to come up with some overarching themes of the early colonial period. And then attempt to decide what those things mean for the long term by the time we finish up these two episodes we should have a pretty good idea of where we have been and the overarching themes that pull everything together so without any further ado. Let's jump in and begin. The European landscape was going through a period of dramatic change during the sixteenth century. The Renaissance was spreading. How's the transition from the Medieval world? Too the early modern world begat the religious landscape was changing with the spread of the reformation. The economy was beginning a long period of modernization they should and explores we're heading across the Atlantic. These changes are not only going to reform Europe as a whole but they are gonNA prove to be the catalyst for the eventual creation of the English colonies. He's in North America. The history of the sixteenth century England campus described by summarizing the twin monarchy's. That would come to find the century. Specifically we are talking about Henry the eighth at Elizabeth the first though Mary the I also probably deserves a shoutout henner. The eighth reign over England is important corner for numerous reasons for our story. Nothing he did is more important than the religious changes that he brought to England. During the latter part of the fifteen teens teens the reformation began to sweep across England prior to the reformation in Europe there was at least in western Europe only one type but Christianity specifically Catholicism. That was it into story however by the time the early part of the fifteen hundred zero around anger was building towards the church throughout Europe. This sense of anger stemmed out of an increasing amount of opulence that was forming in the church plus there was a perceived commercialization of the Church's Che's practices now nowhere was this more poignant than it was through the sale of indulgences. In Indulgence was away. That person could purchase a reprieve force in for themselves or others endless something that could be used either for the living or for the dead. This anger would boil over. When Martin Luther would publish a paper? Detailing his grievances with the Church tapping into that ground swell of anger a wide-scale denunciation of the church Sedley came through for wishing the reformation would it lead to wide swaths of Europe particularly in their Holy Roman Empire to reject Catholicism. Enter into a type of Christianity that place scripture above everything else and lacked any form of official hierarchy. This is important because it means that there was not one kind of Protestant but rather there were multiple variations of protestantism. This lack doc of any kind of centralized structure meant that protestantism could adapt to local tradition and local sediments. This made it much easier for the religion to spread that isn't throughout Europe. When Henry the eighth decided that he is wanting out of his marriage with Catherine of Aragon initially seeks divorce when the Pope nope refuses to grant the divorce at least two years of theological fight between Henry the eighth and that Pope Henry having been turned onto the ideas of the reformation possibly really by Amblin suddenly ceases option as not betty to the churches will but rather placing himself at the head of the Church of England? This has numerous advantages beyond getting him his divorce. It means that Henry suddenly was but the leader of the government as well as the leader of the People's faith. This religious transformation is is going to have a huge effect on the future of England. Both at home and abroad out of this reform. Church will emerge a group looking for much more pure approach to the religious practices. This group of Kalvitis is I going to appear in England or in the fifteen fifty S. They're going to become better known to history. Through what was originally meant to be an epithet. They would become known as the puritans the PURITANS will come to be a defining part of English life throughout the seventeenth century and they will also form the basis of the New England colonies. He's if it is Henry. The eighth who revolutionized live during the sixteenth century it is Elizabeth the first secured that legacy emplaced England on a path to becoming a global power power to things that are critical one in regard to religion and the other was scoring a huge propaganda. Victory during the battle of the Spanish Armada In the Anglo Spanish war to begin with the former the religious situation England remained influx during the fifteen fifties after her sister Mary. The first came to the throne. England was turned back at a sharply Catholic Direction. Recall that Mary. The first was the daughter of Henry the eighth and Catherine of Aragon Mary had remained loyal to her mother and her faith even when her father moved on to Amber Lynn. Therefore it shouldn't come as much of a surprise to anybody that upon getting to the throne she attempted to violently turn back the clock. DOC Restore Catholicism. This proved to be violent reversal with persecutions quickly becoming the order of the day. There is a reason why she has turned herself. The nickname of bloody Mary unfortunately for Mary over her reign was cut short when she died of cancer of fifteen fifty eight her husband Philip the second of Spain had been intentionally left out of the line of succession so with the death of merry England was left without a leader. The job therefore fell to the second daughter of Henry. The eighth Elizabeth is a bit. Elizabeth was in many ways the polar opposite of Mary in so much as she was the child of Henry the eighth and Amber Lynn just as Mary sought to preserve her mother's faith. So did Elizabeth the first Elizabeth's reign was long enough not because of any lack of effort to actually assassinated remove her to secure the Church of England as the Rightful Church of the nation this move however did 'cause unavoidable attention both domestically and abroad domestically her biggest. Yes rebel was Mary. Queen of Scots. Mary both a devout Catholic and having a legitimate claim to the English throne tried time and time again to rid herself of Elizabeth. Who Much to to her chagrin kept not dying internationally? It was Philip. The second Spain Guy who had briefly been the king of England with the first that would cause the biggest headaches tension in between the Spanish and the English reached fever pitch before boiling over during the fifteen eighty s into the Anglo Spanish war. Well the war is proved to be indecisive. The English you do score a huge victory. During the battle of the Spanish armada the brutal condition of the seas plus an inability for relief troops on the channel to reach a predetermined rendezvous point. All but what do the mission for the Spanish well. The battle has long been placed Trenton Center as eighty funding battle of the Western world. The truth is far more that the battle was all all important. Not a game changer. What it was however was a huge propaganda win for the English it helps secure Elizabeth's reign in England which in turn allowed louder to better stabilize the religious troy in the country? At the time the English Spanish war itself becomes a complete mess and ultimately was something that was deeply unpopular in both countries both built the second and Elizabeth are dead by the time the fighting officially ends in sixteen o four which is inter going to open up the funding for and possibly more importantly orderly the waterways for the English to jump into the colonization game which is going to see them leading three years later in Jamestown these are the conditions under which the first north North American English colonies are founded with the exception of roanoke which we will talk about briefly in just a moment. The changing English landscape is going to leave a mark on those who would would end up crossing the Atlantic as well it is going to be what determined the world views and would explain what they did and why they did it. Connotation of the Americas was it's not a new thing by the time sixteen o seven rolled around the Spanish Portuguese had a century of exploration behind them. The English heads explorers as well and had discovered the valuable fisheries mysteries off the eastern coast. Of what would become the United States and Canada however prior to the fifteen eighty S. The idea they more permit settlement was not in the cards for England. Settlements in the new world had been anything for a while for both the Spanish and the Portuguese. This of course had led to conflict with the native Americans time and time again as they did what they could to protect their lifestyle style in the face of a technologically superior enemy we likewise other fifteen twenty eight. The exploration of the area in and around Florida was taking place as walls wells the rest of the Gulf coast in general likewise we see the beginning of expeditions into the American southwest into what is modern day New Mexico and up into the North Earth. The Spanish established a Ford in Florida in the fifteen sixty S. The fort served a dual purpose. I it was meant to better help. Control goods washing up on the Florida. Coast as a result of piracy down in the Caribbean but it also serve as a check against Hugo doubts who had a small outposts in Florida as well. Florida Florida is going to spend the next two hundred and fifty or so years as a possession of Spain following their defeat of the hugh off. The Spanish. Established forts north along the eastern seaboard. However conditions and under-population made these impossible to maintain and the Spanish would end up abandoning their holdings in the chesapeake retreating? Back to their Florida fortifications hits. We are also aware of Jesuit settlement. Around Virginia that small settlement would be slaughtered when their guide on the Weezer or possibly shake it out. If if you are interested in going down that rabbit hole turn on them and led an attack which resulted in the death of all of the jesuits the English joined the colonization game rather late. And don't make any real attempts at settling North America until the failed roanoke colony. The colony was in trouble from the beginning and injured years of struggle before it seemingly just disappeared disappeared sometime before fifteen. Ninety roanoke founded by Sir. Walter Raleigh fell victim to several failures. They had a poor relationship with local Indians with powder himself himself commenting to John Smith that he himself had personally killed the remaining colonists likewise as we see years later with Jim Colony Life in Virginia is hard Jamestown so never became a loss. Connie but it's not like it didn't get really close more than once. We see multiple times. The population of the colony dropped dangerously low eventually reaching the point where there was only a handful of living settlers left. And this is Wisconsin resupply trips from England. And roanoke..
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"Editor capital research center in Washington DC our nation's capital author of subversion ankh and a lot of other things that columns that are just my god I'm looking at the list of Matthew Vadim credits and I'm like blown away you're busy guy and thanks for taking the time to talk to us Matthew Vadim how are you okay how are you doing fine man doing fine it was a it was a pleasure to know you were available for a little while this evening with everything that tell me a little bit about subversion ink it goes back to the previous presidential administration but tell me about that of literature if you would real quick it's mostly about a core and the now defunct sociais tion of community organizations for reform now and it Obama was of a vital part of acorn and and yet he denied it during his first campaign in two thousand and eight well I remember right way corn you know was in the news first off the hallway for a million dollar embezzlement scandal that because donors to flee from the organization and then later Obama in two thousand and nine when the James o'keefe Hannah Giles videos came out from and keep later founded project tell us which does that standing under cover investigative journalist yeah they do incredible work incredible work a great guy and the the you know it was about say corn which was which was corrupt from the beginning and and and really sums up the spirit of Saul Alinsky inspired community organizing and I looked at its radical origins and its radical in your face sold in ski style techniques techniques that the Obama himself embraced he's a big fan of silence he and the Hillary Clinton also embraced in fact she wrote to interview them and wrote her her senior paper in in undergraduate college on a on a leash Yenice methods so lets you were so impressed the offered your internship talking to a Matthew Vadim here political commentator you mentions Alinsky and and the thing I'm thinking today if if solo in ski was alive and he looked at the squad and the eight they'd say my god those people are really radical with me I think it did not even radical for Salomon ski what what receded to let anyone else only and Alyssa Presley you're getting by with probably would approve of some of their methods but it also go wow these girls really man they picked up a message and ran with it well as I think you would be impressed by them for the most part yeah so there's some of some of their antics he might he might win to that because they're going to be rejected by middle class most normal people normal people yeah right normal American and and you say that not on automatic automatically resina for over a racist if you say normal people in relation to people who actually think from themselves in and believe in the constitution but there'd be less right if you even refer to bad neighborhoods as bad neighborhood well the constitution was crafted by slaveowners so it must be it must be a racist article document so that we are no we have no problem subverting it for that reason right it's so better thinking it's so fast accurate everywhere speaking of bass acrid let's talk a little bit about Adam Schiff and the political theater that's going on with the Democrats in the house of representatives and the impeachment enquiring that's not really a peach when inquired because they haven't voted actually whether they're going to have an impeachment acquiring Nancy Pelosi just unilaterally said so so your take on all of this garbage well it constitution is not specific about how the house of representatives is to go about impeaching somebody obviously there has to be a vote to impeach so they could just bring up a motion and say let's impeach the president and vote on it immediately they would even I have to you have a debater seven minimal debate and they could pass that you send the articles of impeachment to the to the to the Senate but that's not the plan that's not the plan but they could do it if they wanted to but the point is if they're not going to do that if they're actually going to have some kind of a hearing or some opportunity to hear the evidence then surely they have to provide some procedural fairness to the accused in this case the president of the United States your correct and don't call me Shirley that's right and it is in the last three times that this the only three times that presidential impeachment have moved forward the house of representatives in all three occasions Andrew Johnson in eighteen sixty eight and Bill Clinton in nineteen ninety eight and Richard Richard Nixon seventy four even if they voted yeah and and that Nixon of those three of the Nixon was the only one not to be impeached because he resigned before right the articles of impeachment could be voted on by the full house of representatives tell everybody seems to think he would have been impeached and remote but in any event he wasn't impeaching even Richard Nixon was treated there was some procedural fairness and there was a vote on whether to open an immigration an impeachment inquiry into him and and indeed to the members of the house of representatives each one had to take a stand you had to go on the record for again which which I think Americans are entitled to know and and the resolution set out been which committees would have subpoena powers and and how all this would work in right now basically we just got a a messy pelo see oil fire dictating that there is an impeachment inquiry and that's the house hasn't decided what to do so it's totally it's totally illegitimate from a procedural standpoint although as I said the constitution says that can do it they anyway they want but the house hasn't decided to do anything yet so that's why president trump is on firm ground when he questions on the legitimacy of it he says he's not going to cooperate Nancy venom is it true that the so called subpoenas the houses sent out aren't really subpoenas because otherwise they would be in a court somewhere is that correct and I acts and admit I haven't seen these or did subpoenas yeah but from what I understand from people understand these things better than I do is that they're not they're not actual subpoenas with the force of law whatever the right form may be because the committees that issue them can't just issued subpoenas there has to be a legal framework there has to be some kind of a framework yeah established so that they have the power to do that dear letters their letters demanding Lucien yeah of image of impeachment inquiry right they don't have that authority and so the what I understand is that that the trump administration is absolutely right to resist and could resist the a lot of the subpoenas anyway claiming executive privilege whether that would be politically smart is a different question but they can you know it is not obstruction of justice resident to invoke his presidential prerogatives more instructions constitution or any other thing that Adam Schiff and that crew wants to drum up what I don't know they don't the constitution when it helps them what I don't understand mac and and you're in that town and you see this all kind of first hand what I don't understand is why they don't understand that this is going to ultimately a be a bad a bad thing for their party well they want them one theory and it's not a bad theory I think the Democrats would like to remove jump from power but but they they actually do want to do it but and as I said it's not a bad theory is that this is just the damage travel so much so that he loses the twenty twenty election by keeping all this bad news Trenton center you know it's like it's gonna be like a year long a year long anti drug can sure sure will use and it will hurt him election day twenty twenty it's definitely a campaign ploy there's no doubt about that the thing is they don't have a candidate and as I keep looking around outside of loyal want the Elizabeth Warren it it looks like that's gonna be it in less what are these rumors about Hillary what is is that just a bunch of vials **** dredging this up in making this up about Hillary jumping into the campaign when there's no clear front runner for the dams well yeah I read some report on the internet and home what saying he's gonna now she she crazy enough to do that yes she might be this is what she's always wanted maybe that that should be trump once and she could beat him again that's what she's filler you got more popular vote but that's not what it's like playing as usual won the football game because you got four yards and then the other side it's not like in the end it's not elections are determined or claiming your the best female runner to track of it when you're actually mail well yeah that's just me hello Michelle Obama was accused of being a covert mail but but well yeah well she really needs to get in the gym if that's the case up but the thing about Hillary is she's already lost the presidency illegitimately twice when the Democratic Party of passed over her in two thousand eight for Barack Obama and then losing you know in twenty sixteen to Donald Trump early loss that in fairness she still is he's lost the presidency twice but it was too late to catch up with Obama win win Bill Clinton with Hillary and that's actually more star power than Hillary when Bill Clinton and Hillary wind up having to discount their their tour tickets because nobody showing up for these events what does that tell you about Hillary shot to even come close again against the Donald Trump well yesterday was one and I think yeah that's a that's an excellent point I've never heard it could put quite that way people that use the phrase yesterday's man so why not yesterday's woman excellent point excellent point so what enough to run again but will she actually do it and to think she won't but I've been wrong about these things before what what makes you think that she would not yeah yeah there's no go looking for Elizabeth warning if Elizabeth Warren say you get about three or four primaries deep analysts with Warren looks like she's getting about twenty percent of the votes or twenty five percent of the votes but she's not clearly the the front row and nobody's clearly the front runner do you think there would be some push within the maniacal part of the DNC that or maybe like I said some status that's just wants to see this blood sport again in twenty twenty between trump and help yeah nest wing of the D. C. it's possible there could be a draft Hillary movement I I suspect it won't happen but you know because things are starting to feel the starting to get.
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"It's difficult to overstate fogel ties sandwich brand in addition to being the bespectacled Gould face of the franchise in some three hundred commercials. He guest starred on S._N._l.. And made appearances for W._W._e.. Appeared as himself in the film Jack and Jill enacted in the shark NATO franchise and tragically whether the chain that employed him was completely in the dark or chose to turn a blind eye one can draw a line from the unexpected fame and Unfortun- Fogel was granted and has access to Young Victims Fogel it established the Jared Foundation in two thousand four a charity purportedly intended to fight childhood obesity but in fact almost all of its money was allocated his salary for the foundation's executive director Russell Taylor who himself is currently serving a twenty seven year sentence for child exploitation station as a D._O._J.. Spokesperson said at the time of Vogel's arrest what we found in Russell Taylor's home and on his computers. Let's jared at focal sentencing in November number of two thousand fifteen judge Tanya Walton Pratt said quote the level of perversion and lawlessness exhibited by Mr Fogel is extreme and so now the man who made millions proudly contrasting as new slender frame with his old sixty two inch pants is confined to a minimum security prison equipped with a movie theater in tennis courts or he's passed the time by earning a degree in in culinary arts this week Dobos we return to subway <music> <music> welcome to dope boys the podcast about chain restaurants. I'M NICK WIDER ALONGSIDE MY CO host director of Fahrenheit seven eleven and Michael Somare Mike Spoon Mitchell that was courtesy of Xabier poor ads calling me Michael Moore who I don't look like possibly Hobby airport whereas you get an extra there. I'm not sure how it's pronounced also not sure how poor as is pronounced so I apologize for butchering your name. Dot Com is the address again. If you want your name said right just include frenetic pronunciation unlike our buddy <hes> Sean Sakuma he does that Mr Mitch I know last week we had a little bit of a contentious thing where I called you Michael War and then apologized for it a lot of the people sent in Michael Moore or some interesting you apologize for it and then you really more variance of it included the cleverest Xavier Hobby air however you pronounce his name is I thought I thought his version of a little English on it so I liked it. I don't tell your deepest darkest secrets. I don't tell your seek I mean I don't like make fun. I'm I'm saying I don't like make fun of you. Whatever I make your deepest darkest secret that you're a large man it's kind of Front Trenton Center? It's front and center. Look who's talking. I've gotten bigger. I'm a heavy guy right now at the have you been for a while. We talk about this the Mitch but there's all this talk of documentary filmmakers <hes> or flash points for controversy got me thinking we have not discussed list super size me returning this theater this in theaters. This false super size me to holy chicken from Morgan spurlock finally got a release state this thing that was filmed a few years ago. It's finally this year just like jared. We've always hated this is true. We don't like Morgan spurlock walk. I was okay I was okay with super size me. When I saw it the first time because that's kind of fun and it's kind of a wistful moment that'd be fun eat McDonald's for thirty days which I think was not the point of his documentary no oh but but it always just got that one gimmick like really had a show called thirty days where we just did shit for thirty days and then like a lot of turned out to be Shitty Shitty Guy <hes> he self me too and then he and then he made this just like eventually with so out of ideas you just like a lot of people like well shit? I'll make a sequel to the only thing I ever did that. It had any success ask and it's what what the fuck holy chicken upon on on Shits..
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"Israel, other global hot spots. But this week the immensity of this act of terrorism had implications far beyond geopolitics, what's the strategic value of this relationship. And do we have a good one with three Lanka? We do have a good relationship. Wish we lock it say medium sized island off the coast of India's Trenton center of the Indian Ocean, not far from the equator, and it's important because the Indian Ocean will become more important going forward in the twenty first century, especially as India comes online as power it's multicultural and multi-religious seventy percent Buddhist. Ten percent Muslim ten percent Hindi. Ten percent Christian of that multi. Cultural isn't exploded in a long civil or twenty five years. Finally, got it under control several years ago. Now, clearly a Slavic state has inserted itself into this important strategic nation and has created a devastating effect. And I'll close by saying, Hugh, we look at a headline like three hundred twenty dead, and it sounds bad. But put it in context. This is a nation with only twenty million people so on a population adjusted basis, this is like having four thousand people killed on Easter morning in the United States. It's a devastating attack. I was using that multiplayer, and I don't think people quite understood. It just means how many people in the society are personally touched and what degree of separation. Yep. Supreme much everyone in the country will feel this. You haven't an article over at Bloomberg opinion, Sri Lanka attacks. Mark the birth of terrorism. Three point out the Islamic state has morphed into an internet. Based organization fuelling cells in attacks across the globe. And I've been reading times this morning. They gave encouragement I think they had to get more than encouragement because the the degree of planning and technical precision in the training of eight suicide bombers, and that's just you add role a certain mastermind evil nature to this that we don't see in other more random though, no less malignant attacks. It does. Indeed. And I it's hard to overstate. The difficulty of conducting an operation like this where these bombs are going off in eight different locations at the same time in then after the first way go off is the first responders are arriving. You put another wave of bomb? Some places would be like in nine eleven if at the Pentagon where the first responders had come standing on that field. I watched the airplane got from my office and the first responders were their employed by the hundreds and hundreds in the field below the smoking Pentagon. And then you head a suicide bomb glossy middle of picture that. So this is a very malignant dangerous group. It's clearly the Slavic state behind it. We ought to be very concerned late last week. The now infamous Muller report was released by attorney general William bar, the report vindicated the president on the issue of collusion. Muller's team did not find evidence of any Russian collusion by Trump campaign team. But. It said it did not definitively exonerate Trump on charges of obstruction. So bar at his press conference made clear that the department of Justice would conduct investigations into the spying on the Trump campaign. My say when colleague Larry elder was fascinated by the bloodlust from the impeachment now side of the aisle. Here's Larry Nancy Pelosi had a conference call with the Democrats to determine their response to the mother report Pelosi has suggested that they call their jets on impeachment. But of course, you've got people like Maxine Waters. The fact of the matter is I think that when you look at this report, you can see that. There's enough information they're not only on obstruction of Justice, but also on collusion conspiracy. So Pelosi wrote a letter after her conversation with her fellow Democrats and said to your colleagues as we proceed to uncover the truth and present additional needed reform to protect our democracy. We must show the American people we are proceeding. Free from passion or prejudice strictly on the presentation affect. So the letter essentially says Hitler, we're going to do we're gonna just keep investigating and investigating investigating. And if something major is uncovered then we'll go to impeachment right now. Let's just investigate the crap out of the guy up until the election have all sorts of bad headlines authors negatively, suggests that he's candidates candidacy was aided by the Russians that but for the Russians he wouldn't have become president. And you got a bunch of sleaze balls with them look at all these people had all these contact with the Russians, and that's that'll be just as good as impeachment and the majority of the American people do not want impeachment. According to the polls. So let's not go down that route. Let's just keep banging on the guy until we bloody him up enough. So that we can beat them easily. Come November next year? That's the goal. Problem is a lot of voters. They'd had it. Emerson beheco since some voters sent a correspondent to New Hampshire. And here's what the. The guy found say they think you're talking to Democrats say they're going to run with it. Do you think that they should be absolutely not.
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"Avoid could be called. She we chips ahoy, which thankfully, I'm not a shui chips banned it was regular ones. I'd be trouble. Just like sake. Assist in really don't mess with my chips ahoy. Oh, man. Dollar hot dogs. Now this. Will the madness never. Oh, man. What else recall like, you know, baby buggies stuff like that? And bad chicken had a recall on my car. Very recently airbag issue came home. So took care of that. And they did they didn't didn't quite know. Okay. All right. Just wanted to make sure of course, they make a mess up. They gotta take care. That's it can't flip can input on us. We bought your product compare them. Indeed. That. Yeah. Had a guy on the train today was fascinated by plastic bag just would like plus the graviton toss the gravity just an empty plastic. Plastic bag the supermarket for your groceries and he was a year catching. Why is that? No one wanted to look up win to ask him. Why is he doing this? And usually. We'll get that many people jerseys. Fantas angry people saints late. This guy was just he was mad at the Bank of keeping it fell to the floor. I don't like I said, let me just keep my eyes down. Don't make contact didn't change cars though. No, no, that's a dead giveaway. Where are you going? No, no. Thank you very much. When when it conducted by the ball of that's not good. And then he's and then had to walk past in the get out. They had like seven bags of stuff tying. Escort them out, and maybe working on a new act could've been, you know, like a balloon guy that's all together into animals. The dead. Little plastic bag origami of some kind of vest panhandler episode. My life subway was about ten years old guy comes on. And he plays the saxophone and just imagine blowing us actually know what you do. You say I'm sorry. But I'm trying to raise money from my face ship crashed into the Hudson. Anyway. He said, I'm in dire need of earthly currency. That's good. We like money currency of people. Just started. That's good. Here's a dollar for the entertainment entertain. I never forget that got earthly currency. That's a that's a good one. That's a good one. But now, you don't get that kind of really don't give me the old. You know, I'm trying to scrape together money for bus fare. Nineteen days we got like nine hundred sneakers. Right. Nice. Very nice. He was he was he was good. It was good because knickers popped in my head. I was going to mention the yesterday. And I forgot the Robinson canot. Jackie Robinson, shoes. He was wearing on Jackie Robinson deck describes. But they were just really cool looking shoes dedicated to to Jackie. So did you did you see what was twain way who who wore in the NBA sneakers for tiger? Did you see that they were furry sneakers? They look like tiger strife. Wave. I was gonna say Westbrook. But honestly, say sells like Westbrook. Yeah. I did see it. But I'm not sure who it was weird. It's like, you could brush it if you had to look like, you know, like air. Oh, man. Yeah. But it's. Free ativity is everything you got that. Right. Everybody's got the line of clues and stuff. It's Eker's this and that it's like, okay. But it was. Hopefully, like a home tonight, they won't be entertainment. Subway, entertainment is chain since I was really has. It was people put effort into their pitches to forget cash. Yeah. Give me money would do something that is. Repulsed something. Yeah. The yeah. The people who are playing music like at the station, you know, they're pretty they can be pretty good the ones on the actual trains. That's little. Yeah. Or not. They're not ready for the big time. Not quite practice on the on the platform. Yeah. It's it's just sometimes eight guys jamming the little free. Oh in the in the subway and play in the this good take advantage of the acoustics and all that stuff. Yes. Yeah. But they don't seem to get on the train because you can't have five guys doing all that little tough. Yeah. Let's go to Dave in Brooklyn. Dave you're on the fan. Hey, Tony what's going on? How are you doing? Good. Thanks. Yeah. Just want to quickly say that this game. I was going to talk about a couple of things that tax. He was hitting ninety nine like many times. It was from the first innings of basically the the game Severino when he was healthy. I mean, probably what. Honestly, what did you expect him tonight? Sixty news too. But you the settle for that. Yeah. Go to the ten two-thirds into you, not when two thirds, I would have been happy. I couldn't believe he actually had a guy going today. And I was like, I was you. Gotta be kidding me. We always talk about five inches of quality start. This is the renegotiate when he eight innings. Geez. And I'll say this about sale. Look he hit ninety seven point five on the guy. Not everything, but they were saying he's only hitting ninety one or ninety two you had his heater go. I mean, you know, I think you know, I mean within you had a bad start. But as these days. That means be orbits still strong because I wouldn't be too or a Red Sox fan. I mean, surely better than guy. You completely loses ten miles per hour on his on his heater. Even I think his problem is is you know, you you you wanna throw ninety five and you can't. Okay. So then how how do you start working finesse into your game? And I think he's still just going up there. You know, wailing away trying to, you know, hit ninety five and and you know, scaring guys with that. And one more thing, I, you know, watching the smokable I was loving it on team hitting the bowl where it's pitched not the hit every ball out. It was so beautiful. I loved it gonna have some some team is going to win ten games in a row and someone's complain about the only hit three home runs like did they win or did? They win. Absolutely. Well, thank you. On the best, man. Appreciate it. Let's go to Terry Terry. How are you? I'm good. Thank you. But boy, you guys are on a roll this morning. I remember the saxophone guy dating ourselves county. Oh, yeah. Entertained, you know, now guy comes on the parents grabbing kids back, then it was like a loose show. Exactly they knew what they were doing. There was one last night. Oh reading poetry. Car at the next day that never that. That doesn't go over. It does not play in Peoria, the other thing that gave me giggle is about the Panthers. Whenever somebody talks about panhandler routines in the like, first of all your savvy, man. The first thing I do is look at the shoes. Yeah. Shoes are clean. It's a it's a conjure up. Oh, yeah. Going back. My mother had very dear friend, and she pose husband. She and husband used to come regularly. And one night they came and this was laughing just giggling. What's so funny? She said a Panzer outside of. And she said what Christmas? That's why stop giving. This was in the nineteen. Oh, yes. To how things he said. Pretty good lady. At least does not give me be flux the way they were. The other thing is Howard Stern retire. What you and I know radio was like malaria once you've caught it never get rid of it. Three years. Yeah. One. I mean, I'm at Harris when he heard that as a ploy to get another contract who knows. Well, whatever it is. Consider mike. He couldn't stay away through through Princess. You know, the afternoon stays in your blood. You can't get rid of it. Once you've discovered the joy of the microphone sliding up the fater if you combo you're on board the way that I do it never get rid of it. It's like it's like a recurring disease except it's a positive one. But whatever. The most important question about. The Mets game was not asked was that. How were the hot dogs? They must have been good people scarfing down. All I can say is city Susan's back. Bark several times glories baseball part. I thought that we're not very good. Now, I had one. For dollar. I give it a shot. Course, I would have to I would've probably bought two. I mean after all you can't look at Kipp towards and about. And that's my beloved father used to say remember, you can go broke saving money. All right there. Thanks as always time Doni and don't get your radio that we want you. I appreciate it. Let's go to Paul Warren fall. Hey, tony. How's the family doing? Well. Thank you. And you you got read Justice time from Australia back home. Yeah. It wasn't that bad. It's just was this this, okay? Long flight though, is it is. Hey, good news and Vangelis the Mets. I know last night was out. But I got their team by two seventy which is number seven a major league team ERA five point six five number twenty seven. That's the starters. That's not. That's that's that's what we weren't told about that. It's supposed to dominate with the starters. They're not right now. Yeah. Wow. Now today, I'm going to see the Trenton center against the Akron rubber Ducky at ten thirty AM. And I told my male just on down to citizens Bank and kiss the method one o'clock and home, but still be owned by seven right? Yes. I I always going to trend. That's a nice. Well. Yeah. All all the major league is do they have in there? Anyway. So you see a lot of guys and trend thunder has very nice sidelines. Yes, there's a very it's a nice ball players. Keep the park and that bad. Yeah. I took my dad before passed away. It was like six six or seven dollars. Ten or eleven now. But still that's twelve. But I gotta get see they go. Good. Good good. Good places to sit. Good places to eat. It's in and out. Right. By the river is it's it's a pretty park eight hundred seven seven sixty.
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"Lille the tech guy. I'm really still thinking about our call. Last segment doesn't doesn't seem like a wifi extender would work because the issue is for the point of view of the phone. You have to be on a WI fi network that the phone is not all on if the phone is making the wifi network, even with a wifi extender. I don't know if that's gonna work tally. Does it really work seems a long shot? I'd hate free to go out and get a wifi extender. And then find it doesn't work. I do like the idea of using a cable, you're right. You're phone would have to be able to give you juice the whole time. That's the thing that chrome cast. You don't have to all we go with the calls. Let's see I think we got Steve from LA. We lost you earlier Stevie there. I'm back to you. Thank you. I Pol is what can I do for you? Purchasing a gaming computer from my business. Wait a minute. What what's the what business? Are you in that? You get the game. That I use. I I'm a dentist, and we. Design implants, right? I believe the the software works on a computer looks better in a computerized again. Right. So you really not getting a gaming, computer. But you want a computer with enough graphics to do the designing program is it a specialized dental designing program, or is it a traditional three d design program? What's the program? It is called the blue sky bio, okay? So it is a specialized program specifically for designing dental implant systems up seeing it blue sky bio, so I'm gonna look at their software. It's software only right. You you can put it on any computer. I guess so. Yes. Yeah. Well, this is very cool. And it's really what it is is three d CAD software. Unfortunately, I'm looking at their site. I don't see what they should be saying. Is here's minimum hardware. All right. That's what I want is. What is what is the hardware? They say windows ten sixty four bit or MAC OS ten high Sierra, they do a lot of hardware. Quad core. I seven that's pretty fast sixteen gigs of ram, and you need a dedicated GP. You this what you were talking about with the gaming machine? That's very typical. Although they don't say a particularly high end one they say the work on GTS six fifty or radio HD, seventy seven fifty. These are not by any means a state of the art. So you could probably save money by you don't need to get a super high end gaming system. And by the way, you could end, you know, you could always get a PC that just had these specs. Honestly, sometimes when you go to get a gaming system, you go to a company that's specializing gaming systems like alienware alien where's owned by Dell. It's the same Dell computer. They just put some fancy LED's on it. Right. And are you clients going to see this patient's going to see this computer because that's another issue? You don't want them to think you're designing their implants gaming system. And if you look at the alienware systems, they look like gaming system. So I feel pretty comfortable getting a high end PC like Adele, but just making sure that you get enough ram. Here's here's what I would say. I'm looking at the specs on the on the blue sites. But, but I would say you probably should be looking for is a is a late Dell would be my recommendation, although you know, HP in a number of other countries make perfectly good computers. You want a desktop I presume, right? Yeah. So Dell makes workstations that would be more than powerful enough for this. They'd also, you know range in price depending on your needs. I'd say probably for our editors we use tell workstations you'd probably don't need an X P PS, you could probably get an opt to plex. But if if you let me look here at at an X PS. Offering one which is called I buy power. Yeah. That's their house brand. I'm not sure I'd recommend that Costco, has a very good return policy. Of course is there's nothing wrong with it. You're going to I would get if I were you I would get as as it says on the on the blue bio site, I would get at least in I seven they have six core. I seven's now speed is the of the essence for you to especially if you designing these and and and building in do you have a three D printer? And you're printing them out. I I I basically source. Outsold supposed to so it's not like time is of the essence you don't have to get this out in the same day. So. Yeah. Those I buy power fine. As long and best buy stands by him. Which is nice or Costco, stands by which is nice. So they're definitely, you know, going to be there for you. I don't think you need a gaming machine. I think what you have to look for is a high end quad. Or better yet? Six core. I seven they say sixteen gigs of ram that tells me you want thirty two. Little bit little bit better. And any any high end system these days with GP, you will be offering a GT x ten seventy or better, which is more than enough power. They have. Have looked for can I give you the item number. If you can look at it. We're just giving to specs if you have the specs. I can. I mean, I'm looking right now at the I buy power gaming system. Which is actually I would look at the primal, which is pretty good. That's got a ninety seven hundred k which is a very nice processor. It's got a twenty sixty which is kind of a high end video card. I doubt that the real advantage of the twenty sixty is now does Ray tracing. I doubt that the software the blue bio software would be that sophisticated. But if it is it certainly would make a difference looking at their specs. I don't think they need anything that fancy. It's the gaming desktop which is nine generation into seven. Yep. Ninety seven hundred K and then two two terabyte of hard drive to go buy SSD and sixteen of memory of thirty two. I would upgrade that. Yep. The SSD is nice because that's gonna make it a lot faster. What's the GP you in that the graphics? Twenty seventy very high end more than adequate. And it called liquid cold. That's that's I mean, if you can afford it, and I bet you can that's a profitable business. That's a very nice system and at night, you can play, you know, came. That is a very high end system. That's nice. Yeah. I put some more ram in it. But otherwise, that's very nice system. Do you have to back up your patients designs? The company which they give us the to patient management, and okay everyday so they do off site backup. Okay. Good. Yes. So the size of the storage is in critical for you. That sounds like more than enough to terabytes. Power of. They're okay. Their house brand. Br I'd rather you went with Dell to be honest look at a comparable system from Dell. Okay. There's nothing wrong with I buy power. But Dell's going to be I think better better choice long-term for you. Sure. Yeah. I have a. Trenton center, which is connected to my PD. Would they USB bright election? Right. And every now, and then I lose connection, and I had to basically, we said it. So it it it connects anything that comes to mind, you think. Yeah. I mean, I would maybe try a different cable just to make sure that the cable isn't getting a little flaky. It could be unfortunately windows, sometimes device drivers get unloaded. And you need to use that you need a device driver USB device driver for that printer..
"trenton center" Discussed on In The Thick
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"trenton center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Show. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty one eighteen here at WBZ studios. We're located at one cabinet road in Medford no longer at. So does she'll drought. We are here. Medford my guest, and I'm gonna have fun saying this and this'll be the only time I say, Terry. I promise I guessed Terry Zoll Novak Meyer. That's a lot. It's like a law firm. That that's like from now on just say, Terry. But that's like a law firm. Yeah. Do any of your friends referred to you that way? I I have someone who still calls me. Okay. That was your name, right? I don't have one that. They put it all together. Now, poultry, I did it just to be a smart. But yeah, you don't you don't do that all the time either. So I don't think I've ever done it. I've called you carry Zoll just just to. Take it that direction. But before we took the break, you telling me that your second graders are savvy enough. To take the equipment. And make their own videos narrate the video. What they're doing is talking and. Rating while they're playing a game or creating some saying that give basic instruction on how to do something, and you have to consider this would be basic instruction. For a second grader. So they're not explaining to you how to change oil in a car. Just talking about things that. Second graders might otherwise talked about is it watchable. All right. That tells me. Answer. My question. So first of all you have to think about. I said that this is something that second graders create. I don't. Watch. Do PlayStation XBox games? One of the area. That does is. You're talking about a parent who has played these games watching their child on any level play a game. And explain it. There's actually a tremendous amount of pride in watching your child be able to do that. And it's kind of cute and funny, and their parents who definitely think they would be able to follow through with that and say, no, it's very watchable. For someone who doesn't play the game. I have a nephew who I have a great nephew. Who does this? And would I watch is. Of course. I wouldn't because he's my great nephew. All right. And there are people who follow him. That's what that's what they do on YouTube videos, you follow people. And then you watch what they're doing. Decent number of followers. And are you have to enjoys it? You have to twentysomething kids. Yes. At any point of their elementary or high school. Time spent Mitch matriculating did they do a similar activity or is this has happened? It's much more recent that this exists for kids. This is very funny because I just had this conversation with my daughter around this. Excuse me. And in my conversation with her I talked about. The idea that there were still there. They're bad people in our world. Keeping kids safe on the internet, and within these type of things, and she said, don't you remember when we were in fifth grade that we did these. And they used to videotape. Dancing things and posted on YouTube. So there are a number of things and my twenty one and twenty three year old when they were in late elementary beginning middle school, did these type of things not necessarily wasted video games. But my son has done these things video games. So they have done these things. I'm not sure they did them in second grade. But she pointed out certainly by fourth grade, they were. This leads me to another scratch. My head question. And this relates to me thinking that we were over in the ninety miles with news stories talked about during the Cuban missile crisis. When some of these stories come on you can't avoid them. On the TV news on the radio news. That poor twenty three year old woman who's Lord out of a bar two weeks ago next thing, you know, this person killed when kids hear stories like that. What is their reaction to do? They even talk about this in school. They do not talk about it. Okay. That type of thing whether it be someone being Lord out of a bar or. Of. Interaction that could cause harm. Don't my students in school don't necessarily talk about it. If you turn that into a school shooting type thing if you turn that into something that affects family school lockdown different story, and that's one that I had to. Ron. But I have a second graders. And I try very hard not to dwell on that school needs to be a place where they can feel safe. So I do my best to. In control, the information to allow them to still have that in any in every way that they can okay. But how do they react this? I know is a conversation. They have for each other. Maybe the teachers may be their parents when school lockdown circumstances come up. I had fire drills. When I was a kid. I had the duck and cover and second third fourth fifth grade when I was a kid what do use second graders. Both the ones that used to teach. A Newton the ones that you teach now out there in Springfield. What do they think about that? What do they ask MRs Novak? When you did. And we do fire drills as all schools. I will continue to do. And that's a drill in case you need to get out of the school quickly. Yes. Did duck and cover. Were you frightened by doing duck and cover? Not frightened because there was no example of a nuclear weapon going off. Anywhere in the United States. It was the threat the possibility of that happening. So maybe it would have been different had Hawaii. Had a bomb explode. Somewhere on its territory, but since it was not. An actual event. I was able to kind of all right here, we go the stupid drill. Again. That was my reaction. The more time that children have to repeat something out threat actually occurring. The less likely they are to believe that the threat will occur. Yes. So I have students in the second grade who've been practicing lockdowns drill since kindergarten. Very fortunately for them. Threat has not happened. All four in second grade. They begin to believe that like a starter, Terrell. The lockdown trill doesn't have the same impact. I'm not talking about every school district. I'm not talking about every grade level. There are definitely students who are completely affected by this students in my classrooms. That same. Sense of. Danger. Perhaps even that they should have. But they have not had that same sense of danger. Right. In that building as this drill is going on. Okay. I I spend a lot of time preparing for white preparing them for the sounds. They will hear the things that could happen that out bringing in the actual threat of what that is. Things that they could hear what I response ability is and to the Trenton center for them to constantly see my response to. The Mississippi to be quiet and to make sure that we're contained in space. The policy at this moment with within our school district those policies change, and there's been some school districts now have no school district had a lock silent policy. Some districts are now going to a fully policy not down the center hallways. Like, you would with a fire drill that finding a way out of the building too. Maintain security in that way. Some are coming up with tactics that they could be used. Second graders, aren't you? Find a spot to sit together silently Vander sand that the doors are locked people are going to bang on them. They're gonna make noise and you hear lots of noise outside their doors, and they need to stay silent. Within the realm of doc and cover and. Wait. Now, I have to stop here for news hit. But I wanna pick this up when we come back and terrifying times, let's take a break is CBS news. So have you asked me was up played out of Chicago jail, again, R and B singer R Kelly CBS news correspondent to Rica Dunkin. Attorney would not give details about whether or not the over one hundred and sixty one thousand dollars that he owed.
"trenton center" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Marriage and your friendships in the way, you with your children and your life, and that's very much where you're about right that ever relationship again. Whether it's hall schoolwork church where you might be. And the interesting thing about what I love about. What you're saying? With values is. That it's not about business. It's about who you are. And how you operate as a human and how you'll break with other humans and how they are with you. And with customers nora's, so really. As you talk about it. And as I you know from previous conversations and premier book if we strip out anything that is a. Business language. This is a personal growth. Message as much as it is anything else, isn't it? It is eh Tonette keeping the front Fronton center. What is your system? Even if it's individually for keeping the Trenton center, I tell a story that my nephew who ended up getting this amazing tattoo on his is up in. It says peace and plenty. But with Ted to represents is his grandfather might my father, the phantom our company's belief system because Mike my dad tied every letter piece in plenty with that met was. We all should have peace. We have clarity values and that will give us peace. And then we have plenty with a bundle to share with others when we are a piece in and doing what we know we need to be doing all yourselves accountable to that we have so much to offer other. So my nephew Chris actually, literally tattoo that on his biceps. So that when he's getting ready for work in the morning and shaving he's reminded of his values when he's getting dressed, he's reminded values. So I'm not suggesting that your your viewers tattooing themselves with.
"trenton center" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"HOGAN is running for the United States Senate to represent the great state of New Jersey. And he might actually win this race, Bob. You can welcome back to the show. Hey, Richard great to be with you a beautiful day. Yeah. And I know that you're out there working very, very hard. I heard you last night on with Mark Levin. You said you were in. I believe last night. You're in Monmouth county, right? Let's see. I wasn't mama's ocean Bergen. A lot of place. I try to do eight or nine stops a day. Anyway. So we've done over five hundred events throughout the campaign. So we're pushing right through eight o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be lots of places to tell you. You know, supposed sort sorta crazy. I heard a Stockton full came today shows down quite a bit. And I said, you know, we haven't pulled in a couple of days we said last poll, we should do is the last time, we would change everything we do that poll shows up two points and the top states we were encouraged by that. But we haven't seen anything different on the ground being face to be great in the momentum's building. So with three and a half days to go. Whatever it is. We're fired up. You added endorsement today from a from a pretty prominent north Jersey Democrat. Yeah. I was on a a radio show in Newark, that's primarily Newark area. Actually, he starts, but really had a great discussion on the key issues in the urban areas that basically the points are listening Democrats have failed a lot of these people in terms of constituencies that programs have really trapped people as opposed to uplift giving equal opportunity for success. And and and also integrity and ethics. This guy who is a big north democrat corruption is a big issue. And we can't we can't reelect people so violate the lawn and our trust. It's just it's wrong. So it's pretty simple issue that the Democrats independents Republicans say, let's let's let's stop putting up with the kind of corruption and ineffective leadership. So we're we we got great endorsers Democrats independents, Republicans momentum is building its work cited for Tuesday. Well, you know, Bob, you can if if Democrats don't come out and vote if they just stay home for Bob Menendez. They just don't want to deal with it. They want to be part of it. That's exactly how you win there because you've been working hard. I think you'll lot of Republicans are gonna come out and vote for you. They might disagree with you here and there, but they still know that you are one hundred percent better than Bob Menendez will be in the US Senate. But the Democrats it's interesting. They may just stay home. They may say look I can't pull the lever for Republican. But I'm certainly not pulling a lever for this guy in that case. That's exactly the kind of turnout you need. Yeah. The signs are very positive in that way, you know, it's been a tough campaign. And and we want to make sure that people knew who this guy is I think we started this campaign less than a third of the Jerseyans even knew that he'd been indicted by the Obama Justice department, and we did our last bit of information after he was participating on the Senate floor saying when will America listened to women? Well, we wanted to put out there. This one FBI affadavit it talks about his alleged sexual misconduct. And how he lied to the department of Justice when he was confronted with the allegations. And so we put we put out this website, Menendez files dot com. So go for job interview, people should know everything there is still out there. So that people jersey have a real choice number six. Now, the last few days, we're really making sure that people know who I am on some of the issues just to make sure thought just don't don't don't vote for him. But let's vote for an independent leader. Who is really going to put the people's e jersey, I feel the jersey I. And the only commitment I have is to make sure that I'm working for the people jersey. Now the ground game the get up vote effort, you are you are a marine. So I know that, you know, the importance of of a smart ground game, a smart strategy to get Republicans out to vote and Bob there's a lot of shenanigans that go on in the state of New Jersey. We know this Hudson county, Camden County, the Democrats will stop at nothing when it comes to impressing us with their their election day shenanigans without a doubt. Yeah. Well, I think this might be the first election in a long time that we will have challengers in every single precinct in New Jersey. I can't remember if it's sixty five hundred or something like that. So we're going to have the resources and the investment to make sure that this election is this fair compulsively be if anybody tries to do something we're going to sign the light of day on it say, we had some positive news. We've had to sue the county of Middlesex clerk for the way that she was handling vote by me a lot. Location. And then she finally agreed today that when you when you start to count the absentee ballots with the vote by mail ballots that when you pair off the naming identification. They actually will be Republicans in the room when you do that. And so we had literally have to go to court. I get pressure holiday attorney general jerseys rules, and then now we had to threaten the court suit together to agree to do things in a democratic fashion. So you're absolutely right. We we're be this. We've got people everywhere in every county there, but every precinct be covered. So anybody who's listening on the radio if they have any issue about whether your provisional ballot or not there's going to be people in every precinct to help them to make sure they get treated fairly legally and make sure their vote counted Bob you getting joins us right now. He is of course, writing for the United States Senate, New Jersey and New Jersey's not elected a Republican to the US Senate since nineteen. One thousand nine hundred seventy two is that right up that is right for case. Sliver case, shall we? Really? I mean, you have a really strong shot at this. When you say challenges everybody knows that means you have somebody there at the at every single polling precinct. They're able to observe and if they see any nonsense they're able to deal with it, right, then and there benefit anybody feels that they're not being treated, right? They'll a resource there to make sure that the rules are forced. And so that especially with this law that governor Murphy push through about the vote by mail ballots for people that have voted by mail in twenty sixteen that didn't request ballots this year. There could be confusion. We were taught to identify all the Republicans and independence that are focused on that to make sure that they know the issue, but we're going to be prepared to help people say get there and somebody tries to tell them they can't vote because they supposedly received a vote by mail salad. We're gonna make sure they know how to fill out a provisional ballots. Without their vote. Absolutely gets counted. Especially if they said, they didn't send a vote by mail ballot. You one of the things that I want people to know is that you care a lot about south jersey. You took the time to actually come in studio with me a couple of weeks ago, which I thought was great you you've been spending a lot of time in south jersey. I have to tell you about I don't think people down here would know Bob Menendez if he walked into a room other than they've seen him on TV walking out of a courthouse. Yeah. Know exactly where we had this debate. You only agreed to one debate debate on neutrally TV week and a half ago whenever it was October twenty four and and that one question came up on south jersey that was only an hour debate. But I was just waiting for the question of south jersey. And look at it and say, you know, this guy has spent more time as a defendant in a federal courtroom. Then he spent south jersey. That's a good life. You know? 'cause I've all you know, the the guy is he's going to Vineland apparently for some dog and pony show to does he knows how embarrassing this. Let's say I'm running for election. And I I haven't been south of one ninety five, but once in the last six months or something so I I think you know, I I can't pay what Frank Biondo last Sunday. You know, it's a great loss in south jersey to even though, you know, it's it's a house position, which is very important, but you know, twenty four years or whatever it was he's there. He's a tireless advocate for south jersey. New the issues knew how to get stuff done. Scam. And you have you don't have a center that even knows his way. What's the difference between how to pronounce Gloucester county, or whatever it is? You know, it's. It's it's a bad for the people, south jersey. Cory Booker will go to south jersey, if you can get a good flight to New Hampshire from flying in Philly. That's about it. Bob, HOGAN, let me ask you this economy. I think is is is doing great. You have a business background. Of course, created a lot of jobs. Tell us about what your what you think as you know, when you're in the US Senate what what new Jerseyans can expect from you in terms of taxes economy jobs, and on and on the bottom line is I go all around the state. There's there, you know, you talking about a lot of things pull us apart and divide us. But what unites the people New Jersey is they just feel so expensive so unaffordable and we've got to shine the light of day on that. It's a serious issue. It's pulling our families apart people, leaving the state young people aren't coming back to the state after college, you know, rich we've had one of the strongest national economies in our lifetime and the labor force in New Jersey today. Versus the year ago is somewhere between thirty and forty thousand less people. This is the time when you're expecting people on the lower end associated omic ladder to be climbing on because more jobs are available. They give training. So they can climb up the ladder, and you don't expect. We're we're having exact opposite. Helping seniors are leaving the states have less people your labor force a year later when you have the strongest economy of the country for so long. The national economy, and so long that shows you how differentially disadvantaged New Jersey is it's too expensive who wants to bring businesses here when their employees have to pay the property taxes sales tax income tax we pay here. We've got a focus on affordability Washington to help us give us some breathing room. But then Trenton gotta get focused on reorganizing the way we operate New Jersey. We can't afford the infrastructure of government that we have stiff years ago, we'd all lot more manufacturing companies a lot more workers retirees aging population. We have a government that's not fit for technology today where the economy or culture day and somebody got to realize that and hopefully I can help Cup Washington gives us some breathing room. But then Trenton center focus on the way, we do business in New Jersey. Bob, you're gonna listen. I wish you the best of luck. I know of hard you've worked you have worked incredibly hard. I've seen a lot of candidates in my day. And you don't stop you. Don't quit all over the place. I really do think you can pull this off on Tuesday. I'll certainly be voting for you. And all the best, Bob. Well, thanks so much. Appreciate it. And we get the vote out. We're gonna win. So I appreciate all the opportunity to speak to your your listeners. All right, Bob, you're gonna everybody. Bob, Hubin dot com. We'll talk to you soon. Bob. Hopefully, be calling you. You got it. Talk radio.
"trenton center" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"It is still unseasonably cool. Video Santa Fe announcing a little while ago. And I'm not gonna give you all the details because it would just be a mind numbing. But. City. Santa Fe is changing some buses and bus schedules for route to downtown transit center to Santa Fe place mall. You ride that one also route twenty two place mall to the community college route twenty six. He plays mall to the fashion outlet mall. And route m which goes from downtown Trenton center up to museum hill, the are changing some of the bus routes because of the opening of the Presbyterian hospital. Announcing today that on Saturday. Santa Fe trails will implement new bus schedules. There will increase access to rail runner connections and major healthcare facilities in Santa Fe modifications went through public review process and approval by the transit advisory board implementation of the changes has been pending the opening of the Presbyterian Presbyterian hospital. It means more extended and more convenient hours of service additional connections to rail runner trains, a new service to these data to Mexico human services department, you also increased access to healthcare with new stop to the VA on Beck near road. And at the newly open Presbyterian hospital on wellness way. So if you ride the bus a lot. Check out the schedule online because it is changing. Stay Representative Monica young butts spent the night behind bars last night. She was sentenced to twenty four hours in jail. She did that last night. She was thin for aggravated DWI. Stay Representative Monica Youngblood from bernallio county, Albuquerque forty two Republican and a staunch staunch anti-crime Republican state Representative. And she is up for reelection. So her opponent hasn't said anything about her behavior. Her opponents be you know, Monica's behavior. Or her sensing or her attempt to influence the police officers because it's cheaper to stay represented. Allegedly. Well, that's been alleged by the attorney general of New Mexico. Her opponent hasn't said anything about it. But somebody else has of course, the packs come out, they do the dirty work for you that way, you can, you know, keep your hands clean and and continue to look yourself in the mirror and say to your kid. No, no, no, mommy's, mommy's running a clean campaign here. Totally clean campaign. Anyway, the Pat came out and with a. Somewhat harsh. The Mailer says at the bottom. I mean, this is and this is one hundred percent true. One hundred percent true. You're not gonna put yourself in this position. If you're not drinking and driving. But apparently she had a blowout. With her boyfriend and left his house at two thirty in the morning got pulled over once again did not stop there. Richard did not get pulled over. It was actually a DWI checkpoint. And it was all caught on video on lapel Cam. And once again, you know, the person who. Well, the. Essentially of being the paid the highest price in all of this was your doggy doggy got hauled off in well doggies scratching his head going. What did I do? Anyway. The line on the Pac political action committee Mailer says. If you refuse to follow our lot follow our laws, if you refuse to follow our laws, you shouldn't write our laws. Which he has done. Harsh harsh laws or. Stringent laws having to do with DWI. And then she gets popped. Such is life. You're going to drink and drive. Gentlemen, broke into four fins house. Probably wishes he hadn't he got arrested. Could've got shot. Easily could have got shot. And when I started reading the story early this morning. It's like, oh, man. How stupid can you be? Then I then I read the whole story is I started feeling sorry for the man. Name is Robert Miller. And he came to New Mexico came to Santa Fe because he read the poem the fourth wrote about the thrill of the chase. And all that. And well, it's obvious where the treasure is. It's at forest house. And so he went to forest house. Chopped his way hacked his way through a gate. In and hack his way into the guest house helped himself to a beer out of the refrigerator. I mean, you know, hacking your way through a few to through a gate in through the door, thirsty work. So he helped himself to a beer. And then he was heading out with a with a chest found the chest found the treasure chest. And he was heading out when I got home from the dentist. For his pulled up with his daughter. Another daughter who's a neighbor. Came running with a. Loaded thirty eight. Downunder side force went in the house. Got a pistol. And the police showed up police showed up with. The weapons drawn. Robert got arrested Robert got a beer out of it. But he also got arrested could've easily have gotten shot. So tell you about the rest of that story when we come back. Forrest fin obviously just a big old troublemaker. Beagle. Troublemaker? Got a new TV series coming out though. About his treasurer and his life and the thrill of the chase forest. Fenn big big trouble me. Forest. It'll be here next week. Got to get to the bottom of this. How can a man is eighty eight years old? Because so much trouble in Santa Fe. Forty five minutes after one four two four twelve sixty anything you want to chat about today line too wide open. Worrying in on. We'll be right back. We'll be right back to the Richard E show. No voice of Santa Fe here on J T R C in Santa Fe's news talk leader. Celebrate with big brothers.
"trenton center" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"Yeah, wh. Why not? I mean, must says he can say those children take take a submarine to the moon. You can. You can tweet out him see if he like God response to that. And so this is sort of, you know, companies are looking for ways to recycle where earth metals are other ways to go about maybe becoming a little bit more conservative overuse, but it is likely that the ocean is going to be the next frontier like it or not. So sort of a little bit of a bleak note to end on, but I do want to take a step back here and talk a little bit about, you know why, why countries and companies are going to such lengths to get around China. And that's because China over the past few decades has really become dominant in a lot of markets. They've become almost monopoly or monopolistic in certain markets, whether it's. The vitamin market of c. vitamin c, what else do we know? There's there's so many different markets where China has almost a stranglehold. And so it's sort of like the world is waking up to this and saying, oh, we actually need to find a way to get out of this, or we need to find a way to be a little bit more self sufficient. It's funny because you look at all this narrative of US needs to become oil-dependent independence and what we focused on the Middle East. It's sort of like China's now creeping into the picture and nobody was paying attention to that. And so then sort of could is much more subtle because oil is much more tangible. It's like the key ingredient. Whereas the thing is that China, you know, like so acerbic gas, it is something we'll maybe talk about if you drop, but you know, of servic acid, rare earth metals. A lot of these things are very important, but not not Iki ingredient. Not something that it's something that's a little more hard to think about which which who knows maybe that's a purposeful strategy on China's part to find important markets that people will notice. They are monopolizing until it's too late. Right? And this is actually a very slow process. So. The government accountability office actually warns in a report that quote, rebuilding a US rare earth supply chain will take up to fifteen years. And so that's it's very slow process. But a lot of countries and companies are jumping on that right now and making it a actually a priority of. And that's actually something that the White House said was a key priority to. So this is something that's very much top of mind right now anyway. Yeah, rarer of top top. They're going right to the top of my mind. They're zooming ahead of the class, but but previously they were like somewhere behind ferns and you know, I don't know they, they weren't exactly the main thing I was thinking about. Oh, now now they're right. Trenton center. Number one, the more, you know? Yeah. Data. Oh, do you think this is a trademark thing? I. All right. Anyway. Thanks for joining us for this week's. Knock on affects our..
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