35 Burst results for "Two Different Sides"
US lawmakers meet with Taiwan president in surprise visit
"Five members of Congress have traveled to Taiwan in a show of support for the independent island nation it's a bipartisan group of US lawmakers who had a meeting with Taiwan's president Tsai ing Wen early this morning to show rock solid support for the self governing island this visit comes as tensions between Taiwan and China have risen to their highest level in decades the two sides split during a nineteen forty nine civil war but China still considers it part of its territory Michigan congresswoman Alyssa Slotkin who's part of the traveling delegation said on Twitter that her office was contacted by the Chinese embassy and told it should cancel the trip this is the third visit this year by U. S. lawmakers the White House is also invited Taiwan to attend a summit for democracy next month which drew a sharp rebuke from China I'm
US, China ease restrictions on journalists
"China and the US have agreed to ease restrictions on each other's journalists amid a slight easing of tensions between the two sides the announcement in the official China daily newspaper says the agreement was reached ahead of Tuesday's virtual summit between Chinese leader xi Ching paying I'm president Joe Biden limits on media workers the fuel tensions between the two countries for more than a year under the agreement the U. S. will issue one year multiple entry visas to Chinese Janice the report says China will reciprocate by granting equal treatment once the US policies take effect on
EU warns Britain: Don't press the emergency Brexit button - Reuters UK
"The possibility of a pace brexit trade who is getting closer as both the United Kingdom and European Union remain at the standoff over Northern Ireland and fishing licenses the tension between the two sides was aggravated after the U. K. rejected ET proposals to streamline the trade of goods in northern islands before the talks Britain's brexit minister David frost said they were hopeful the E. you would address the concerns of northern Ireland's when negotiating this significant gap between us if that gap narrows and the commission listened to what we said in the compound type and look at the situation in Northern Ireland then maybe that will help us with excellent however that the U. K. government said the latest proposals did not address what they call fundamental difficulties in addition to the Northern Ireland question both sides also made no progress in negotiations it was symbolically important U. K. fishing licenses all France talks
Should the Conservative Movement Become Secular? Senator Jim DeMint Thinks Not
"So one last thing I want to ask you just about the conservative movement. Some people in the conservative movement say we should forget our faith tradition when you become a secular conservative movement. What's your thought on that is important that the conservative movement remains faith centered? It has to be. There is like we talked about before. There's really really no America without God. And we were told from the very beginning that the constitution that provides us freedom does not work unless you've got a righteous or religious people, God fearing people, all our rights come from God. If we forget that, Charlie, I think the biggest danger we have today is the left has become a religion. Everything they want to do is doctrine. And they really do want the government to be our God. They want us to be dependent on government and neighboring program they pass makes us more dependent. And that's going to draw a lot of people in. If they don't have a strong faith and believe that their life is in God's hands that there's the Bible is the truth. It tells us how to know God how to know each other and ourselves. And so faith and freedom are two sides of the same coin. And we can't have one without the other.
Vegas lawyers: 2 sides to Flavor Flav domestic battery case
"Entertainer favor Flav is battling the domestic battery charge the rap star who often wears a big clock on a chain around his neck is finding it is time for him to deal with another legal issue authorities near Las Vegas have hit flavor Flav with a misdemeanor domestic battery charge stemming from a scuffle with his girlfriend flavor Flav was arrested last month after police in Henderson Nevada we'll call to respond to a report of domestic violence he's accused of poking in the face a woman with whom he has a domestic relationship and a minor child lawyers for the rapper say there are two sides to this story and they will present the rapper side in court flavor Flav has a criminal history that includes arresting convictions on things like traffic infractions assault wielding knives and once for shooting at a neighbor I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Taliban says US will provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan
"The US has agreed to provide humanitarian aid to a desperately poor Afghanistan on the brink of an economic disaster while the Taliban says refusing to give political recognition to the country's new rotors the statements come at the end of the first direct talks between the former foes since the chaotic with Doral of US troops at the end of August the Taliban says the discussions went well with Washington freeing up she monetary aid for the country however the US team statement was less definitive saying only that the two sides discussed provision of robust humanitarian assistance directly to the Afghan people the
"two different sides" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I just saw hashtag Emmys two white I just can't possibly taken that sort of thing ever anymore. I know. So the designer of AOC is tax the rich met gala gown. She's there amongst the rich saying how important it is you tax the rich. You got to pay your fair share it center. Turns out this, uh, woman, Aurora James is a notorious tax deadbeat, according to the New York Post, with unpaid debts dogging her in multiple states. Records show US six IRS tax liens totaling over $100,000.03 open tax warrants in New York state for failing to withhold income taxes and pages, etcetera. $17,000 fine for failing to carry workers compensation insurance. Allegedly, she runs a sweatshop with unpaid interns who have to work like crazy. She's also a rent deadbeat she owes more than $25,000, plus interest for staying beyond her lease, another previous landlord sooner for more than $5000 in unpaid rent. Text, the rich indeed. Unbelievable. So we have a clip of her. What's she talking about, though, Do I want to hear from this whole? Yeah. This is from last week ahead. She wanted to make sure that this message was brought into that room and into a group of people who ultimately have to be willing to, um you know, the more Liberal with their economic values. Alright, she's kind of dancing around it there because she knows that the word salad I have word salad knows she's attacked sheet tax cheats. So I heard two different sides of this whole AOC dress thing. Tax the rich dress thing. One was Marine Dowd in The New York Times who really blasted it? As, uh, you know, not quite as clever as you think. Really What it looks like It's just a rich or our comfortable, powerful good looking person. Hanging around other rich people while servants were masks. And you're getting all the you know credit for having done something when you didn't actually do anything, But the other view of it is I listened to a podcast. Hey, she got exactly what she wanted. And she won. If you understand the way the world currently works, she is a troll. She is the best political troll out there. She got all of the people on the right to react to her. To publish the picture to talk about her to re cement her as the kind of person she is, You know, she raised a ton of money off of that. So and I think I agree with that. I find the whole thing sickening, but I think it really worked. Well, I think they're both right. Yeah. Is she going to be more likely to stay in office from her little Brooklyn borough or less after that, more clearly, by far, not even close? Yeah, I'm looking forward to hearing that George will thing Would you say it's like the question that needs to be asked in America? Answer it anyway. It's being asked, How are we going to answer it? Well, I don't even know what the question is. I don't know if it's began asked us to have that for you next. Armstrong and getting Hey,.
How to Create Your Own Product for eCommerce
"What most people call market research. I call a very superficial idea. I mean it's twenty twenty one. This idea was being outlet for years. It's not enough to use helium tan or jungle scout. Whatever you up of choices if you're in the amazon space or of its new google space h refs or whatever the nfl shop or find your main traffic. John could be through legal Seo whatever it is. That is not enough in my opinion. Okay well that means you understand the keywords as being typed into google or amazon by the searches but you don't understand the lives of the searches and the search intent is always going to be a guest work so you really dive deep. I think and then the flip side of that is by diving deep into market research. It means you're creating a product is much more likely to actually exactly solve a problem for a specific insieme. So that the two sides of the same coin buddy okay so break down the steps towards what's step one. Step two step three. How do you do this. What's the routine. Yes so this is a market research side. The first thing is to start with who you are and what you know. A lot of people tend to start with keyword research and for example. Somebody who's twenty years. A doctor trying to see some brand plus it which he knew nothing about to send him. Could it be that we need to tap into your expertise in some married one. One example extreme example of somebody. I interviewed recently. Jason frontiers based on in florida actually formed the business for athletes and hip. One of his business partners has is a doctor of physical medicine. So in british contacts means a physiotherapists really genuinely expert. Very very expert in. And he's seven crawford athletes straightaway the have a competitive advantage built-in based on who's on the team which is something to really think about how you can get an item advantage built in because you have disadvantages already because you don't know what you're doing had this is your first time out with physical products or even if you go into new market and you've been selling in ten years or superfly may new market you have a built in disadvantage to build one in so. I think that's really important thing to be honest so brainstorming. What you really know. It's such a common story you just expressed and i've i've had these experiences. Well where you talk to people. And they have ten twenty thirty years of experience. In a certain industry or vocation and when it comes to them building an online business they go in just some completely random different like you know dream
Iran Says U.N. Atomic Agency Head Arriving in Tehran for Talks
"Iran says the head of the international atomic energy organization is in the country for talks with Iranian officials Iran's envoy to the I. A. E. A. says in a tweet the Rafael grossi will travel to Tehran where he's scheduled to meet Iran's vice president and head of the country's atomic organization on Sunday the envoy added the two sides will subsequently issue a joint statement it will be because his first visit to the country since you president Abraham racy took office talks between Iran and world powers over limiting Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief had been idle since June and rice he took office in August I'm Charles through that month
Mike Lindell: The Biggest Problem We Have in America Right Now Is Free Speech and Fox News
"The biggest the biggest problem we have in our country right now is our first amendment right of free speech and fox news and fox news by not saying anything about machines vaccine. They've completely shut out from november fourth on the have not talked about the election. They have not talked about when you consider. Hey there's two sides to every story there was fox. Was the side that you figured. That would talk about stuff last summer. therapeutic sense stuff they didn't they fox's disgusting. I pulled all my ads off of fox. They are the one of the biggest problems we have. It's one thing to have the the bad media. I call it the fake news media putting out fake news. At least they put out something. You can see through the lies. There's one about me today saying mike. Lindell claims spreading lies about voting system is good for business now. I never claimed that of course. I'm not rooting for. Let's let's review even if we are totally wrong about the election. Okay the fact is. There is a an unprecedented controversy in the united states of america. Right now you think that everybody would be covering that and others even if they show how you're wrong but notice that they're not trying to show how you're wrong there's simply badmouthing you. Ad hominem attacks and they don't deal with any of the evidence that to me tells me unfortunately more than i need to
Rays Beat Red Sox 12-7
"We gotta start with a crazy game in boston. Yesterday the tampa bay rays against the red sox early on it looked like the red sox. We're going to be in control. You'll launch weighing line drive down. Alethia likes the extra bases hits the track roles in the corner. What run is scored. Here comes j. d. wrapping held at third. It's an rbi double a to double for doll back. And the red sox lead sixth one. Joe castiglione w e ninety three point seven. Fm the red sox would extend their lead to seven to one. But you know what the race came back on the pitch swing and a fly ball to center field but while it's gonna pushback for dugo. He's on the worst track and it's going to clear the basis wall scores arose arena. Scores rocco scores toward a third is what goes into the dug up bed crews will come around and score fair chris. Oh wait as indeed quite back in it. It's seventy five w da with that call right there. Yep so look at college. Whoever's been really good offensively but there's no doubt that When you work to get him into the lineup it means it's going to be defensive compromises and other parts and we showed that yesterday for alex purdue go playing center field. The adventures were not over. Here comes to meadows swinging a high dr straightaway center moving back for go back to the track till the wall off the top of the wall and terrorist experts. The infield metals are second. He's going to try for third waving of these ona's way to the play and it did homer on those and we're all tied up and could hear the boston fans booing at the end of that clip right there from w. da. The two sides went into extra innings. This happened swinging ally dr underneath the glove of the first basement. Cordeiro down the right field line. Here comes a rose arena. Here's the throw from renfro hits late crews flying in the second. Here's raise take the lead. Ten
Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue
"Economic and political problems long ago extended beyond the country's borders millions of venezuelans about one fifth of the country's population have fled to other countries this weekend representatives from the government and opposition parties are meeting in mexico city with international mediators for more on this. We have the world's latin america correspondent. Or hey valencia. On the line from mexico city or the government and opposition in venezuela have dueling claims on power. Why the two sides meeting i mean. What do they want. Carol the many reasons for the meetings that are happening this weekend in mexico city can be summed up in two one word. Stalemate the authoritarian regime of nicolas's mother has strengthened its control power in venezuela or the last few years but at the same time. Venezuela is a pariah. It is isolated from most of south america and much of the world who rode rigas is a former vice president and the main emissary and the person who is speaking on behalf of nicholas modo here in mexico city this weekend. He made some remarks to the television dealer sued earlier this week info guy. They make of yet. Here's the pro that he gets saying that they have a number of proposals but they are mostly focused on the economy. Because venezuela has been economically sanctioned by the united states and by european governments who see nicholas model as an illegitimate president. And of course there's opposition leader guido who a few countries around the world still consider the president. Yeah the opposition led by kwon. Dole has not succeeded in their efforts to unseat the person who they see as a dictator their strategy has mostly been to rally amongst themselves because the opposition is a broad tent as many groups. It has been also to rally on the streets and to use the international pressure but they haven't succeeded so
Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue
"Venezuela's economic and political problems long ago extended beyond the country's borders millions of venezuelans about one fifth of the country's population have fled to other countries this weekend representatives from the government and opposition parties are meeting in mexico city with international mediators for more on this. We have the world's latin america correspondent. Or hey valencia. On the line from mexico city or the government and opposition in venezuela have dueling claims on power. Why the two sides meeting i mean. What do they want. Carol the many reasons for the meetings that are happening this weekend in mexico city can be summed up in two one word. Stalemate the authoritarian regime of nicolas's mother has strengthened its control power in venezuela or the last few years but at the same time. Venezuela is a pariah. It is isolated from most of south america and much of the world who rode rigas is a former vice president and the main emissary and the person who is speaking on behalf of nicholas modo here in mexico city this weekend. He made some remarks to the television dealer sued earlier this week info guy. They make of yet. Here's the pro that he gets saying that they have a number of proposals but they are mostly focused on the economy. Because venezuela has been economically sanctioned by the united states and by european governments who see nicholas model as an illegitimate president. And of course there's opposition leader guido who a few countries around the world still consider the president. Yeah the opposition led by kwon. Dole has not succeeded in their efforts to unseat the person who they see as a dictator their strategy has mostly been to rally amongst themselves because the opposition is a broad tent as many groups. It has been also to rally on the streets and to use the international pressure but they haven't succeeded so far.
Can Ben Simmons Be Saved From Philly?
"You may remember our guest here from page to espn's page to. bill simmons. Now has his own podcast. Yeah and each walk into this now but soviet i actually i wanted to talk about ben simmons. 'cause i'm doing football the next couple of pods on my pod and i just have like a twenty minute. Ben simmons conversation me that might you know expire a. I don't know what the time sensitivity is on it. Who knows something happened over the weekend. But i'm just so fascinated by this story. And i don't even remember if it has a payroll and recent mba history again. That's where you always. I think kind of lap the rest of the historical perspective of like. Hey this is happening. It's newsy we've got all these tidbits rumors that we're going to get to and in who's in charge of the steel but historically what we're talking about with somebody this young this many years left on the deal and basically saying hey you guys think i suck anyway. So what's the point. And then the threatening holdout thing which i had heard about about a month ago. Yeah it was met with kind of indifference like all right. Go ahead hold out man But we don't know so why don't you take it in any direction. You think the headline part of this story is right now. The headline part of the story. Is i think both sides have a right to just want to move on from this right and i think everybody else unfortunately knows that for the two sides but you have this starts when they try to trade him for harden you know and you could make simmons the bad guy you can make clutch the bad guy. There's all kinds of takes. You can do with this but it starts when they try to trade him for harden and when you try to trade somebody you go down the road you actually think you got him which i think both of us had until that day that harden was going affiliate was the rap and simmons knows all this so it starts there. Then you have this kind of embiid's team it's embiid city. He's always resident in that city. More than simmons says she had that piece to you whether those guys get along or not. I don't even think that really matters for
How Connected Living Is Retrofitting Senior Living Spaces With Voice Technology
"For us, there's kind of two approaches to voice. One is just the ability to talk to a personal assistant. But then the second side is more of that smart home experience. So we are at the forefront of many different retrofits right now in the healthcare space where we're fitting entire senior living either new builds or remodels with smart devices. So this is actually an example of one of our leading clients. This is inspire and Manhattan. This is a 215 unit building, 350 plus $1 million. And we were retrofitted every piece of this building with voice technology to make it more easy to use for the incoming incoming seniors. So what are we talking about? We're talking about obviously a hub device like an Alexa, but we're talking light switches by voice, thermostats by voice, blinds by voice, TVs, you know, utilizing voice, and so on. So there's this whole approach that we can bring, you know, to new communities and the new seniors who are moving in since now one on a two people who move into a community are using a smart device at least three times per day. So there's kind of this first avenue, which is just how can I leverage any information I need about through a personal assistant, which is our approach then the smart home and then as sanjiv will start to look into now is how can we go from a stationary voice product to an autonomous voice product. So we've helped build and deploy over 250 autonomous robots into the
The Democrats Don’t Believe Their Own Political Agenda
"We need better leaders. We need leaders that actually love the country. This would not have been acceptable in the nineteen fifties and the nineteen fifties. This would have been stomped out immediately. Play tape once again. Officials in california have been caught on camera exposing their own contempt for their own public health measures. Now looking at the picture of the first thing you notice about the group other than how strikingly homogeneous and non diversity is is that none of them are wearing masks. They're breathing all the fresh air. They like as if it's two thousand nine hundred nine again. The only people there who wearing masks are their servants the faceless brown serfs scurrying back and forth to bring them things. There's nothing worse than having to help breathe on you. It's pretty clear at this point that nancy pelosi our chief. Cove enforcer doesn't believe a word she says about the virus and we know this to be true. This is a pattern of the democrat regime. As we have mentioned many times they stand against school choice. They send their kids to private schools. They stand against weapons. Nancy pelosi is protected by armed guards. They think the environmental climate change is gonna destroy the earth. They fly around in private jets. They say that raising sea levels is the worst thing. Ever obama buys a sea front property. They don't believe their own propaganda. And this is a difference between the two sides. I say this to people all the time that our independence and moderates. I say you will not find one thing that a legitimate conservative says that he does not do
The Haunted Hallway
"As a kid. I used to have a lot of issues asleep arouses. I didn't know at the time it was. And that was pre internet pre dr phil kind of thing But i used to wake up a lot in the guy felt like goes being pulled from my bed. i used to have a lot of. I guess like hallucinations. Because i know there's a medical description for sleep paralysis but often see a lot of strange things in my room so there was a lot of times i spent a lotta nights sharing a room with my brother because i was just terrified to go to sleep at night. I don't think that had anything to do with what was going on in the house. But it kind of made me. I don't know maybe open to just being scared and looking for those kinds of things. That would terrify a child. Because i couldn't understand what was happening to me at nights and And i never really talk my parents about it until as an adult so they never really knew how how much i struggled but Yeah basically the house was a nineteen fifties rancher. My dad always told us like a post second world war house. He bought it off a gentleman who is actually terminally ill with cancer and basic. The previous owner. As far as i know passed away but part of the house was left unfinished an area of the house that we call the room. It was kind of a no go zone especially when we were kids later did become a bedroom but the house was a basic rancher on one side it had a garage on the opposite side of the house that had a living room and kitchen and it was just connected you know the two sides are connected with the long hallway had three bedrooms and a bathroom. The two bedrooms that me and my brother had were across from each other closes to the garage in the bathroom has crossed my parents closer to the living room in the kitchen. So i do. I'm a little nervous. It's hard for me to kind of figure this stuff out but Yeah it's all good man. Yeah my Basically the hallway was just kind of unspoken no-go zone for me and my brother. And i actually spoke to him yesterday. He's not as open to the subject as i am but It was just an area of the house. You didn't go especially as a kid. We never walked in the hallway so he had to leave your benjamin go to the kitchen me. It was leave your bedroom. Go and run in a full sprint. Was never just nonchalantly walking minding your business. We didn't play in the hallway as kids until we got older. We it would just be a full sprint from the living room to the bathroom from the bathroom to the garage. It didn't matter where you're going. You never walk in the hallway
Will the New Supreme Court Be Brave and Overturn Roe v Wade?
"Given the new supreme court the new. The new justices that are. Do you think ravi way roe. V wade could be overturned in the next few years. Do you think it's possible you think how would that happen. It's definitely possible that roe v wade case law is so bad even pro-abortion legal experts say it's so bad it doesn't make sense. It doesn't hold together. It's constantly shifting precedent. Why abortion is so-called. Women's right it's not. It's killing a child You know that takes intellectual clarity and courage from the supreme court justices and they're typically supreme court's really Tries to be very moderate. They don't like to do anything dramatic. They definitely don't like undo pass precedent. That's only been done a handful of times in american history right to right. The wrongs dread scott and other terrible cases like that. So i think it's gonna be a hard push for them. But i think that someone like justice. Clarence thomas has it in him. The courage the clarity the intellectual clarity and with the right leadership on the court. They should undo the damage bro. They should just say this isn't invented. Human rights to kill a child doesn't exist. The state has an interest to protect these children. The fourteenth amendment ensures equal protection under the law that should be for all humans including pre-born humans. They're not you know less than a born human Do i think they're going to do that. With this case. I think that would be a long shot. Just because they're kind of timid by nature a lot of these justices and some of them are just outrageous tonight to say cowardly. That's another correct word to you. Back the fact that they were unwilling to look at the evidence in the election fraud that was a staggering thing. Because nobody says how you have to rule but would you look at the evidence. The fact that they wouldn't even look at the evidence. It's a chilling thing really that they are already playing politics. They're already abandoning their roles as arbiters of the constitution when when they do things like that so they are human beings are capable and something like that. That's a debate. There's two sides of that debate but when it comes to human life life life. There's no debate on when life begins. I mean this is just shouldn't even be a matter. You don't get to legislate away the right to live a whole group of people. But that's what the supreme court did in one thousand nine hundred eighty needs s. It needs to be
Perspective (MM #3773)
"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Many will say there's only one side to the news, the truth, but a lot has to do with perspective month or two sides to every coin. When it comes to aging, what matters, what doesn't it's all about perspective, race relations perspective, the sad reality, as much as we want to admit as much as we want to believe truth all comes down to perspective and it's not just about the sky being blue, the sky being orange. But what if you're wearing a pair of glasses that have a tint to them? And you look up in the sky is orange Taliban. Again perspective, in theory there is only one truth in theory. There's only one right and only one wrong, but as we know, there's the gray area in between and a lot of that has to do with perspective. I was thinking about that the other day, when somebody was telling me about something, they wanted to do a job to do and I said, smart thing to do because I wish I'd done it at your age, my perspective was different, it's a very nuanced word. And each and every day perspective, changes a lot of similarity but a lot of different wage.
"two different sides" Discussed on Forever35
"Upon a stamp. What why is this. Not how have. I never known about this door listeners. Wow and then. I also reach out to a friend on instagram. Because she had an amazing eyeliner. And i was like. Hey what's that like. How do you do that. I'm learning how to do. Like i'm learning how to do a cat i and so she also gave me the link to the one that she was using the one i found at sephora which i tried is the stamp wing eyeliner stamp and a little set by a company called kasha. Never heard of this so you. Do you have a pan where you draw your lid and then you have a stamp that you literally line up with the shape of your eye and just press on and it just forms the cat. I and you can kind of fill in and work around it with the pen again. Oh i had no fricken clue so wait. It's like stencil. No it's it's actually like you know when you were a kid and you had a stamp like you played with a little ink stamp. Yeah or like you go to a club and they stamp your hands yes. I'm familiar. yes. I knew all always be club in his stories motto. Love going to the club dorey. It's just that it's just that in eyeliner form in the shape of a cat i o. And the thing to know is that it has two different sides so it has one for your left eye and one for your right is so it gets the curl rain. Oh i might bring it with me on my joins the summer so that i can model it in the thanks for waiting event. Because it's pretty cool. Like i'd still takes some. It's not for me anyway as of novice. It's not perfect. But i thought it was like a great solution to people who are trying to figure out how to do this. Who may not have a steady hand like me and then the other one. There seemed to be quite a few of these. The other one That recommended is the quick flick. They also make this. And i think on their on their site. They say they are the original patented winged eyeliner stamp brand. So i don't have this. I haven't tried it but they had a lot of really cool makeup an eye products. That might be worth trying anyway. This blew my mind. Yeah very cool. Yeah the other thing they found. Is that like doing the cat i. I'm not. I'm still very beginner at it. But it's so but yet i like refused to do this until this week but like practice makes perfect. I just had to keep doing it and every day. It got a little better. So you know i did go out to my kids softball practice and a friend was like whoa like yes. That's right. i'm a cat eye person now. I'm so into this for you..
"two different sides" Discussed on More Content Talk
"The end of the day. You're going to believe what you believe. And you don't want to be convinced. otherwise now. Are there exceptions. That may be but not as many as people like the claim There's not a lot of hard core. True searchers out there and You know truth seeking has become an industry I still remember the early days of youtube when you couldn't find You know these type of truth seeking videos and they certainly if you found him they weren't of such high quality. Now you look at these things. And they're like professional movies. And these are supposed to be videos about true seeking and being skeptic or whatever and you really have to ask yourself is they have all this money. Now is the truth seeking industry. You know it's a it's bled into popular media to they talk about how they're unbiased and telling the truth all the time and both and you'll see two different sides of an argument completely different contending that they're both telling the truth at the same time but they're saying completely different things and when the scarier thing is when you look into these arguments. There is some truth to most arguments. And i would argue almost every argument. That is a little bit of truth. But you're not searching searching for a little bit of truth you searching for the truth and so when a person tells you i'm telling you the truth. What kind of truth are they talking about. You always have to ask yourself is it. There's or is it the one true truth. It's up to you to decide and if you really want to know the answer the answer is that you have no decision in the matter. The truth is what it is our at everyone. Thank you so much for joining us here. I'm more content. Talk we appreciate it so much If you'd like to follow us more content talk on. Youtube tiktok is instagram. You can also follow us. More underscore content p. less on twitter all right. Everyone have a phenomenal day evening afternoon. Siesta chill time downtown. Whatever it may be remember when life gets you down. You can always laugh at something else farewell..
"two different sides" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Interesting question about the human mind and some of its possibly innate or possibly learned capacities those capacities have to do with numbers were today. We're going to be looking at the question of the The origins in the brain of numeracy. Yes this is. This is one of those topics that found rather interesting for for a while. And it's it's a great one to dive into because on one hand there's the there's this stuff about it. That just seems to be true. You knew that we take for granted and then when you dive into it you find all sorts of arguments on two different sides of the equation and sometimes a lot of the argumentation is about like where you're drawing the line between in this case like what is What is like preloaded hardware and software and what is he's learned what is transmitted educationally culturally etc. Like where what is. What is our innate number cents. And how does that then allow us to build upon it numeracy mathematics etc When did the numbers come in. You know is there. Is there something that is five. That is that is already in the brain or is easily more easily acquired by the human brain as compared to animal brains You can ultimately kind of chase your tail through all of this and it's a it's a wonderful wonderful experience wonderful topic. We're going to get into here now. Like so many of the most interesting topics one thing about it is that you quickly realize like the central now on that you're discussing is much harder to define than you might guess if you know like everybody knows what a number is right. You just know that intuitively but could you give the definition of a number please await. I would love for there to think about that for just a second. So what what comes to your mind. I m for me like if you just asked me that question and don't give me a chance to sort of like back it up the.
"two different sides" Discussed on About Last Night
"Williams little person and i would go to a baseball game and we see a better seats that were in the handicap and security. Come up like. hey. I don't know if you brad like looking like you're gonna tell me i can't sit here like the guy would just freeze like not knowing how what. The protocol was for dwarf in handicap sheets. We'd go. I enjoy game and just kind of walk away and it hosts covid. I have been appropriating that myself and for you. I'm sitting in the handicapped section of trains. When the train i have i had a woman come up to me and i thought here we go. She's going to question me. And i'll just say oh i thought because i can't my eyes or whatever but she all she said was. Do you need anything. Whoa and i was like i'm here. I made it. Yeah good for you. Yeah man i dunno. I thought maybe i'd have to have a sticker. What have you but Be i forget how he got on. We'll just pot. I mean i'm right now a before bed mostly I've done a handful of times Performing the fifteen years. A couple of them were awesome. Did you don't like to get high before you know. And i look. I also have a problem. If i am not good at like a puffs. I'm like i'm gonna smoke. I'm gonna smoke three launched by myself. Yeah just go to a different place. Right and and giggle and But i do like to be even You know going back home. Seattle and In a few weeks and to go to You know a friend of mine's on the seattle storm basketball team to mariners game. And i i sure will. Probably i don't know if i'll take a gummy. They'll be around like some family. And i don't like to be too fuzzy around a little. Puff some i. If i can control that and just do that and then like ride that. That's why one hitters. I think are a sweet invention. But again i'm i'm of that you know i don't even know if it's an addictive view but it's like smoke a joint. I wanna smoke a thousand. The joints pins on me. Because when i i was a bowl guy for so long. So if i'm the one with the weed. And i'm packing bowls i just weren't a circle spoken bowls. Guess what. I keep packing. Yeah like i'm bowing out. I'm like oh did we. We smoke like sam. And i'm like wait that to me is like a great like exactly. I don't want it to end. Yeah and then like so. What are we doing too so you can. Only i feel like you can only get so high like i. Don't go too high. Like i hit like a ceiling and then i'm just like i'm high. Sit here and listen to music or we can talk about. Hey when the aliens come what do you think their favorite song would be right. Elevate the chat. yeah. I don't know very much i remember. I told tom that. I get high before i go on stage. He's like you've been getting high before we go on stage like the whole time. I'm like yeah he's like i've never even not so he's just are entering the gummy world. Right yes started smoking. I think to get caught up to his milligrams and so the idea of being even stone on stage no. I don't know if you get. If he's done it. I know he has done it. Yeah but i don't know if the idea of doing it like regularly. But i it just makes me my pace better like i feel like it's the same thing like i was saying when i first started getting on radio. You're amped up above it. And i feel like if i'm out there sober thinking about like i have my. I've just too much spider webs. In my head yes. And i'm talking a mile in my paces off. I'm not engaged when i'm hi. I'm just like boom. Everything's quiet and i'm just in the pocket. Have you had a paranoid freak out. I'm sure there's stage no just like a too high like you know. I really pride myself on my ability to win something happening in that regard where i'm feeling fucking wild. Yeah that i just attributed to the drug. So i can just kind of be like. It's the drug. Relax but like shrooms. Sometimes give me a little picked up to the point where i'm like i can't control like might nose is running and stuff like that. My breathing feels weird. That kinda shit. I'm like just fight through it still mushrooms. But i don't get like i've never been like call nine one one good for. I did though at a bills game one time on mushrooms. See we're waiting to go in. You know it was a tailgate. The national anthem was playing and we were late. Always everybody is late for a bills game. You're waiting outside and there's like four ways in. that's why everyone is piling. So all of a sudden i see in the distance of fighter jets coming at us. God and i was on mushrooms. And i was like get and i made my friends like hit the deck by the way anyone at a tailgate who get down yet. Everyone's getting down because that's the thing from anyone thinking they're going to the people around me. Were wasted so they were just like what is this guy. Okay cool so like i hit the deck and the things i thought it was for the flyover. I thought it was going to murder two feet above you. I thought it was going to kill us. I saw coming right at us. I mean it was in the distance and it was like lo a fighter jet fucking like f sixteen and i thought for sure it was going to put a sidewinder into the side of the state. Mike what it was like. What are you does a fight. He's like well. I don't know man. What if like a terrorist got hold of one. Yeah four flyover. You wouldn't expect that affected. He goes. They don't put the missiles in though and i was like. Yeah but hey we know they. Just what if you just like right into this. I was like i envisioned that whole shit. That freaked me out so that was the one time i go. These are good shrooms. Now he ate the arizona cardinals thinker. Nice i forget who it was. football on. Shrooms has got twice. And i saw a lot of stuff and i felt a lot of stuff and i had some of the most interesting conversations with bugs in that i think Which definitely was depressing. Because i came out of that being like all right just know that. That was a one-sided condo you know don't think that humans are now like i definitely for a few minutes it took a minute to adjust like a d. Still see a buddy later was that. Do you ever squash bugs again. There was a brief time afterward. A lot more empathy towards the insect kingdom but like definitely entered into some real life conversations being like. Yeah right man. I've heard better views on global warming from caterpillar. so you wanna learn more. educate yourself but there's something about. I didn't even know that. People could microdots showrooms. Are you one of those. did that. During the beginning of quarantine. Yeah it was your quarantine. Terrible the worst. Yeah the worst. I mean. I hope i never have to do that again. I'm proud of myself for coming out of it totally but i am I hope i never have to live through. And none of us have to ever lived through. It is collective trauma And what. I'm hoping back. You know it feels like we're all divided or whatever what i'm hoping is like now the summer with everyone going out again and things that'll be like the nine eleven galvanisation of the country. I s you know. Just everyone's gonna french. You're going to like a bad undergone is gonna french kiss blue haired liberal like in the middle of the street and it's gonna be like The new york times what when the people came home from war. You know when you're down in times square. Yeah i boy. I would be willing to put money on that. We don't see that. I hope that's my. I hope you're hoping for it's fun to hope it's fun to have hope. I did say. I was like our new the d day like the that the corona viruses over. It'll be a scrap of someone eating an ass in the street like that. Like eating a woman's asking somebody putting a corona beer up. Somebody's ass us about it but just from two different sides of the spectrum. Here there's gotta be a way. I mean look and sports is a really great way. I mean are you. What's your favorite. I mean i'm a buffalo bills man. First and foremost i guess..
"two different sides" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Unquote. So let me. Does anybody remember that viral video from two thousand eleven about the similarly independent honey badger. I is the honey. Badger watch run slow motion. The honey badger has been referred to by the guinness book of world records as the most fearless animal and all of the animal kingdom. It really doesn't give it honey. Badger don't care just takes what it wants. Oh my god watching join me now. Is dave missed. A senior reporter for west virginia public broadcasting. Dave welcome to the takeaway. Let me here. So i just characterized senator mansion as a little bit of honey badger. Doing what it is. He wants to do being independent but what does he in fact care about. I'm sure he cares about something. I mean i think genuinely. He does care about the state of west. Virginia i mean i think that If you if you talk to talk to joe Senator manchin year oftentimes him saying that. You know he If there's a vote in in in washington he has to come back to west virginia and explain the reasons for voting for it To his constituents. And i think that You hear that time in time and time again from him And while i think you know. His voting record upsets allow people including A lot of progressives here And even some. Sometimes you know people in the middle here You know he. He really just generally does believe that he has to Has to justify every vote the that he takes her to the people. i feel. It can be tempting especially for maybe national observers and commentators to describe mansion is really lacking anything in common with democrats but that does feel insincere insincere to me. I wanna take a moment and listen to him talking back in march about the minimum wage on this week. President joe biden knows how to get the deal done. And the bottom line is there is not one senator oliver one hundred. It doesn't wanna raise the minimum wage. Seven twenty five is sinful l-low we must raise it. I agree with president by when he says if you go to work every day you should be above the poverty guidelines. Well the poverty guidelines to be above that. If you're going to work and working full-time should be at eleven dollars vase. That should be your base. And then we index with inflation to make short never gets back in this political conundrum. We have right now. It shouldn't be a political football so so there's a senator making case raising the minimum wage. But he's also making a case the kind of fifteen dollars. An hour is untenable so so is this about like mansion lacking political courage or is it that everyone else is sort of lacking good political sense. I don't know. I think one way that joe mentioned can be could be described At least You know in his own way of thinking is is that he tries to be pragmatic about everything I think that clip right there. Examples the way that the joe that's intervention. I guess it tries to tries to to hedge between two different sides and try to try to find the middle between two different arguments so I think that that you know. That's just one example of many That you'd hear from him for dave. I kinda love that. It's almost hard for you. To keep calling him. Senator mansion that if you slip into joe because that suggested that he must be sort of a. I live near west. Virginia but not in west. Virginia it suggests we he might be kind of a friendly guy. Pleasant person to be around. Is that part of his charm relative to the huge margin by which he is reelected regularly. Right well i mean. I i think that you know i've been trying to catch myself as a matter of fact an glad. You pointed that out but Yeah i mean. I think that you know. The senators very personable I i think he's really approachable You know a. I think a and you. You mentioned these. These large margins. I i think it's it's it's important to point out that. In two thousand eighteen you know he had a a primary challenger anthology and swearing jin a very progressive Candidate one point thirty percent of the vote. And i think that for a lot of people here in the state that was a moment where people realize that maybe he wasn't able to be taken down in his in his seat but was definitely a a realization that there was a movement I guess in a direction other than him. Maybe even against him so You know when when when people talk about you know Senator mansion security in washington and in the senate. I think that that's very complicated. Answer in in maybe not sort of a yes or no whether or not you save. I'm i'm wondering about this difference that we hear between kind of pragmatic bipartisan reach across the aisle senator mansion. In the way that he self describes versus senator mitch mcconnell saying look a hundred percent of our people are together and we are all trying to stop the biden agenda for moving forward again. Does that suggest that that mentioned really is pragmatic court is he not realizing the senate that he's currently part of as opposed to you know maybe a senate that differently twenty or thirty or forty years ago. Well i'm not so sure about that. I mean again back to back to the beginning. It's like you know i i. I said that. You know senator mansion Has to come back in. Justify everything to the people less regina and i think it's important to realize that he is the only statewide democrat in the state. As now i mean west. Virginia's of an extremely red state at this point and leans conservative On most issues. And i think that you know Senator manchin has always kept in mind. you know what what the the will of of west virginia has been like And the way that his constituency is leaned That's not to say that you know. He's voted a counter to that at all or or counter to a wider group of democrats in their priorities. But i think it's important to keep in mind the way that the state looks here in west virginia And i think that you know with all this national media attention on senator mentioned that this point there's a lot of people that i see either on twitter or i talked to in person and they're they're kind of flabbergasted by the you know the the amount of its engine all this is getting because mansion as always been a character to To sorta complicate things or or to run counter to what Most people would expect you know just given his political affiliation. So i'm just wondering for west virginians if if it's also surprising to find yourselves as the fulcrum state the focus of so much national attention. Yeah i mean. I think that you know And i'll i'll speak for other other reporters here. i mean. I think a lot of us feel like we're the the joe manchin whispers when when at the same time it's it's it's not It's not as complicated to people here. as it is to the to the national media but at the same time. That's not to say that there's not a lot of people here that that that are fascinated by the amount of power that he's wielded in the the effect that he's had on on the function of the senate and And legislation as a whole dave as southerner myself. I appreciate your your wisdom that like you know. It's not that complicated national media. Dave message is a senior reporter for west virginia public broadcasting. And thanks for coming to do a little. Bit of senator manchin whispering with me today. They.
"two different sides" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"Do and we're and like we are so different in so many ways. But i have always appreciated that like even in our differences in even wear like. Maybe i seem like i'm being mellow wild and shed that like. You've never been judgmental about it. Like you've always been supportive of it. And i feel like hopefully you feel the same way of me towards your life and experiences like definitely being taking very different paths sometimes in some stages of our lives are still supporting each other through. It feels like no have no choice at this point looking for lice. Yeah absolutely. I think both of us have said that many times. She's not you know it's not even a question what has to be so yeah. I am a gemini. So i'd be like half of me is like wild and crazy and just you know wants to live one type of lifestyle and then the other half of me very strongly as like i just want a farm with a wraparound porch and my husband to bring me flowers and so i don't feel like i've ever really like lived both at the same time but i feel like i've definitely bounced back and forth between my two different sides so yeah well so i always wanted to be a mom. My entire life like really looked forward to being pregnant. I've always really look forward to having a baby. You've always known that. I wanted to give birth naturally or without medication. 'cause all birth is natural but i wanted to do and medicated and i always thought maybe i would do it at home team on your right on that front porch.
"two different sides" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Much they care about everyone else for like this article socks. It doesn't have really anything to do with the being patriotic or like biden. wants you to be patriotic. Take your shot even science. We're now it's patriotism but but no in the last year last two years since six six twenty sixteen actually this these two tribes the ones that you and i sit in between the rocks hurled back. We're sitting here. Try dodging yeah it. These two tribes have become so split so divided that it has come to the the these. Are these tribal. These are war colors. These this warpaint that damn ask is a signal the like when when they go into battle and you have two or three different armies maybe even more they all. They all put armbands on to to to determine who was who. So you knew who to shoot at this basques become. It's dan moore paint. You're not wrong. And the division in this country between the left and right republicans democrats have you want to characterize them. it's inconsolable irreconcilable is what i'm looking for at this point. It can't be healed the best thing we can do as a people or as individuals or whatever is stop trying to act like this one giant landmass full of three hundred twenty something million different people sharply divided on two different sides with a large number of people in the middle looking at both of them. What in the hell is wrong with you. People is to break up. This nation stopped trying to treat it like a monolith. Stop trying to have one ruler ruling over all of these different groups because it happens every single time republican becomes president. Democrats become angry and they want to take revenge by electing a democratic presidential. Go in there and undo everything. Republicans did which makes them republicans angry and they go in there undo everything. The democrats did a cycle that just keeps repeating and every single day our lives. Just get worse as a result of the fighting. What are your thoughts. We need more peace. We need more peace less fighting. This is free. Talk live the terrain federation and the tyranny league of killing each other for decades sheltered wealthy and let us from the threat. The members of the five hundred of no interest in changing that when rear admiral terrence murphy is given governorship backwater system. A risk free pass to wealth and power is his for the taking but murphy's a man of honor duty and responsibility the intends to stop the killing. Whatever the cost governor by david weber and richard foxe from books dot com. Are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless free market. Non-political currency bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You're helping the state stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with bitcoin. Bitcoin dot com. That's bitcoin dot com. Bitcoin dot com has launched a trading platform at local bitcoin dot com allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash via dozens of payment methods. Like pay pal then mo bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash. There are no idea requirements to sign up for and use the site and all communications between buyers and sellers are encrypted finally global trading platform. That respects your privacy. Visit local dot. Bitcoin dot com to get started trading. Bitcoin cash local dot. Bitcoin dot com. If you want to know the latest about free talk live before we go on the air. All you need to decide is how you want it delivered. It's your choice visit. News dot freetalklive dot com to receive are usually weekly news. Updates by the plus. We have a twitter account at twitter. Dot freetalklive dot com and you can follow us on the decentralized mastodon platform at toot dot freetalklive dot com so please follow us to dot freetalklive dot com and sign up for our emails at news dot freetalklive dot com where the rubber always meets the road. Actually i'm not even sure what that means. Speed the radio network live at heart feeds dot com. This is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the.
"two different sides" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast
"Type of role. But I think he also needs to not get himself into these situations by like bringing one love interest on a show where there's another love interest and it's yeah, I don't think she's smart, you know. Yeah. I just don't think he's smart enough to be as manipulative as they paint him to be. I think he's just kind of like wage. Doing his best. And I I appreciated, I don't think anyone enunciated it well enough or like articulated it well enough. But people brought up the fact that like Hannah uses all these buzzworthy terms of like toxic masculinity like blah blah blah, which she very much does and like gaslighting and trying to, and like using them, weaponizes them in a way that they're like, not meant to be weaponized and like, being more of a seeing that cuz she's, like, disempowering all these like terms that I think they know they've been wronged disempowered. I'm sorry, the culture disempowered them. I guess sometimes the, the singular power to do that, but I know you're right, but like 1,000 peering once they're appearing on Bravo and like the Bravo World lexicon, they have been like completely disempowered. Well I think that like a generation of dead People have completely disempowered, the word toxic. Yeah everyone claims everything is toxic if you feel remotely uncomfortable at any point it's toxic. It's like life is toxic like get a dog grow up deal with emotionally. Everyone is like Julianne Moore and safe where they're just dealing with like toxic people left and right. We're all just like liquor in that field in the field like running away from toxic friendships. Exactly. And like, or like, what is his name Roddy Rich. I'm like, forgetting his name off of the wrestlers and they live that John Carpenter movie where he has the sunglasses on. He's like, seeing all of the aliens, toxic people everywhere. It's just toxic but like I think that we're witnessing kind of like this incredible very like timely and current Yin yang of misused Buzz terms with Lindsay and Hannah. Like I feel like Lindsey it's like it's kind of two different sides of like the way the Contemporary feminist coin were like on the one. There's the one person who's like victimized and menaced by toxicity and toxic masculinity like everywhere he goes and then there's the other feminists who is like I'm a girl boss. I Don't Need a Man U shape up and do what I say or you're out of here. And it's like, they're both liars. Like it's all just kind of like these. These, you know, their cloaking themselves in this rhetoric in order to position themselves in the center of a narrative where like nothing is their fault. I mean, and it's like, I, maybe feminism is also about taking accountability, and maybe it's also about putting yourself on equal, footing with like the men in your life and not dead. Are being totally the boss of them and not being completely, the victim of them. Maybe it's just somewhere in the middle and like I think with Lindsay in particular, you know, it's like off were witnessing. What a joke that all is because she is simultaneously, so emotionally needy, and codependent and in need of a partner. And like, I think it's okay for her to be full-blown Express. Express that. But it's like. So at odds with like her psychological conditioning, she's yourself throw and then you know, with Hannah it's like I feel like she wants to be considered sort of like the, the centerpiece of the show and like a force of Nature personality-wise. And yet, she anybody who disagrees with her as like attacking her. And I feel like yeah the these both of these women need to like, kind of.
"two different sides" Discussed on Cineflek
"I. it's not like joe wasn't getting the same memo or amy. It's like they were all getting the same idea of like you need to marry a man and get married and like that is your life and like obviously we see amien joe to some extent like discontent without in different ways and like with beth like we don't really get that because so much of her experience is rooted in curbing sick and so there is kind of the implication of this is something that beth will never experience but like with meg like she accepts that so willingly and that's like an interesting thing i do see i do see what you what you're saying completely i mean i mean my my follows to be with that would be. I think i think in some ways amy's character embodies that more interesting okay. Let's say you take you take out the the art studio monologue which i love that out. I mean she's she's the one that kinda marries like the rich guy. I mean meg meg Goes to the debutante ball and decides. She doesn't like any of the guys. Mary's the the poor tutor for for love. Essentially i mean i mean she does have kids but but i mean she she. She marries for love and she doesn't she doesn't actually fill her family's wishes of of finding like a nice rich rich man. But see i would almost push back against that because amy was supposed to be marrying fred richard guy who is richer and like it almost just like lucky that lori is a man of wealth and status like because in the end she is choosing love over riches to like to the both do they both do i mean. Meg doesn't have that big feminist moment. That amy does. But i mean my my impression is that that's written into the movie not not part of the book no totally and i. I don't know. I think the other thing about next path is like where i feel more resentment towards it in a way is that lake are feel like for the time that i was in like a very leg christian sphere. That's what was expected and what was really really really like put on me like not even from like family but like from like random people. I didn't even really know you know like to roy. And so maybe. That's why. I feel more resentment towards like that depiction of it. Because it feels like very closely tied to a situation that i was experiencing it made me really better and now i am a non binary x christian. Who like. we'll talk about that all day. Long yes So maybe that's why. I feel so much more like a meeting like especially when like you said like amy does get these moments where she gets to verbalize like her frustration. Almost with like her situation like she's accepted her situation. But we get like a verbalize ation of like the fact that like it's frustrating for her or that she finds fault in it to a certain extent whereas meg is just so passive in it like especially in the wedding scene. I feel like. I love that scene honestly partially because of what mega sang. Not like just because like my dreams like aren't the same as yours doesn't mean they're not as valid but like just the fact that there seems to be such like a passivity to like what she desires. I'm just like i just don't get it like i'm just like i don't under- i don't understand. Well i mean in and part of that like we're sort of climbing the mountain from two different sides see but but i mean i think a better actress food have conveyed that in a way that you would understand and not be resentful of the character. No i think. I think that's actually very accurate. I think that's a great way to put. I think part of it is just like i hadn't really thought about it much. I'm processing as we talk. Which is there but no. I actually think that is a great way to put it. I do because. I do think a big part of it is does play the character very like the character in itself is a I hate using the word passive. Because i feel like in a way. It almost diminishes like what she's going through but like she is like a more character at like. I do think that. Emma play like whether it's intentional or just like the way. She does a role like she's playing that passivity on like a level lake a hundred when like a level ten would have been fine and so it's like extra leg while my god totally i mean. Let's let's let's put it this way. You switched switch. Florence pews performance Watson's performances don't do anything about the switch switch their roles don't do anything about the script. I think you care about me totally. Yeah you're right. I agree us found. That was like our first big disagreement that we talk through but but but we came out. We came out. We did keeping into the sunset. Do people skip into the sunset. I think that is like that. The imagery they want like carey off into the side. There's there's different there's different things. I don't think people skip into the sunset but whatever i think it depends on the relationship off. Walk off into the walk off into the sunset is like the typical one. That's more accurate because we're off on a person so i would walk ending like Like i feel. I ask you about this. Actually was you wanna ask me what. I have to contribute. Well i was wondering this is the funny thing is i from the get. Go look for my very first watch. I had a very like firm like stance on the ending. And i thought that was just like what everyone was interpreting. Ask people interpret the ending of this movie very differently and so i was wondering how you interpret the ending of this movie. My interpretation given given the background. I'm aware of with the book. The book she ends up with the french guy. And there's a lot of speculation amongst readers. I don't know if this was ever like rumors wherever confirmed or not that the publisher made her invent this love interest so that they ended up together so that so that she would marry off in the and that was a way to both both satisfied that people want literary adaptation and acknowledged. That's maybe not the way the character should've gone. That's my basic interpretation is that is that what you also interpreted so i interpreted it all in like kind of what. You're touching on in that like i interpret with greta. Doing is like affirming those assumptions in that like the like her ending up with him in that whole scene where they kind of like do the very cheesy like. She's walking through this school. She's made her whole family's there and they all slowly like celebrate her mom's birthday i interpret all of that as like not actually what happened and just the ending of the book and.
"two different sides" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"That comes out of it that you know some kind of moral value. That comes out of literature. You don't want to overly moralize things but to write from your entertainment purposes is somewhat vain. I think these values in this case. I wanted to create two different sides and kind of mix up the conservatives and liberals so that the Kinda mix up their beliefs and show that they weren't as different as a really appeared to be on the surface To kind of break down like all. The characters are shades of gray. There's no good and evil. And when you can congra- create characters that are shades of gray. That are all flawed but still can produce work together to something good you know. There's a certain value statement that comes out of that and so that's one of the reasons and it's very cathartic and therapeutic. Most altars will say that it's cathartic to right. It's getting out all this repress stuff in the unconscious that emerges through Writers i think most writers are probably writing for more along the lines of entertainment. I do think there's some degree even myself of arm echo in narcissism involved and to some degree. I think that you have to be a little bit to be an altar to you. Have to believe that you have something special and unique to contribute. Even if you don't in you're standing on the shoulders of giants simply to put up with one hundred rejections in our all the rejection. The emails at you'll get back You kind of have to have some kind of shell there and believe that you have something to give but i do find a lot of of both sensitivity but also narcissism in the art community overall. Yeah i think. I go along with that and having this as an actor as well i could. Yeah i could see that on the slightly bigger image the picture You talk about why writers right but why as a human race do. We feel compelled to tell stories. Why do we feel compelled to make things up until store us fascinating. I'm a bit. I equate the background question to that. Is how much do we make up. You know have we can start socially constructed our entire reality right down to religion in the gods. you know Is it all socially constructed or you know what. to what degree does the material world influence social world. You look at..
"two different sides" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process
"Thank you so much for sharing that. Thank you for listening. You and i emailed to prior to this interview about what we were going to talk about. And in your email response. I'm gonna read a little bit of what you type to me You typed right now. I'm thinking about how my process was born out of the space actions grief took me. I felt in another world and version of myself. So i do wanna talk about the your experience of processing grief through your poetry as i heard you read the prologue. It made me think about how grief is also a story of survival and survivorship and how the stories that we tell of our families often centers around both of those things. it's like two different sides of the same coin I'm wondering what your thoughts are about that. Well the first thing. I wanna say that processing grief is a luxury it's necessity it's necessary but it's also a luxury. I had the freedom of space and time and safety and support. You know. I could sort of disappear into my writing without a lot of burden of nord mary. You know just regular day's stuff you know. I have a spouse works full-time and we have a home. And there's food on the table and those kinds of things. So i was just like to pause and make note of that that some of these fine tuning of ourselves and our growth and our evolution. It's really it's really a luxury that a lot of people don't have so. I guess what i what i've come to understand kind of with what you were just saying about processing grief and family is that to me. Grief has become the the understanding of it has become that is not so much about losing a person but it's losing the identity that you and that person formed you know sort of. There's a a a third person the relationship right. there's me and there's you and then there's us and the closer someone is when you pass the more the bigger that.
"two different sides" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"It because once you get somebody involved in that culture and the younger, the better in a really is profound, a lot of people When I was younger, I was blessed to be brought up with it with the great family, my dad. Was a poor farmer from Buffalo, New York. So He worked his butt off for everything. He had their two different sides to the mud, sand family and a lot of people because of broadcasting associate me directly with Roger Mudd, who knows broadcaster CBS and NBC. And the history channel. He is a very distant relative of mine said Mine Line is more the infamous. So you have Dr Samuel Mudd, who was the doctor who said the leg of James Booth and was named a co conspirator and the Dry Tortugas off of Key West. His cell there. So that is my direct family line. And many in the family not, you know, not of specific names, and my dad certainly is in that category. So he worked his butt off for everything he had, and when he became a success in business You made sure that all five of us on the youngest five worked for everything. We're never handed anything, including even an allowance. We had to do work sufficient to earn whatever that allowing Twas and if the work wasn't done to the quality that he thought it should be, we get a pending. Because he told us in the real world. That's how things work. And so you know a lot of these lines because my father taught me at such a young age how to invest. And I took to it every eye. The work ethic was there because I want to earn more money to invest more money so I could have more money. And so when I turned 16 and I had a car people thought my dad got it for me. No, My dad never bought any of us a car or insurance or whatever. We had to pay for everything, but I had made enough money. In the market. I was able to buy my car. 16 and I was working. That point is able to pay for other things on people thought that I was handed whatever money I needed to start my business. Right before his 18 now It was all part of a big part of why are now I needed alone. And ended up having to, you know, go through the wringer to get that I was rejected a couple of times before I got a yes, but you know, the bottom line is that can change your life and it's you know, I have a saying the greatest wealth creation machine. The history the world is your United States stock market is not rhetoric. It's a fact there's been you adjust for inflation. Even historically, more people have earned more with the United States Stock market. In any other group of people World history. So anyway, there you go. Merry Christmas Happy Annika. My top three takeaways for today. Speaking of economics, First one is jobs, jobs shops so before it was president Trump's mantra It was Governor Rick Scott's platform as he outlined his plan to take four his unemployment rate from 12%. It was 12% when Rick Scott became governor. Third worst in the country at the time to one of the lowest in the country, and when Governor Scott exited his office to become for his junior U. S senator. His track record on his core platform was an incredible success. So at a 3.3% Unemployment rate Florida and just fully recovered from the great recession losses. We actually were experiencing record low unemployment rate, which were significantly below the national average now during the eight years of Rick Scott's term as governor. The only state which added more jobs, adjusted for population was North Dakota, and it didn't happen by accident. Governor Scott's favorite activity while governor, which he disclosed to me the first time that I spoke with him once he became governor. Recruiting businesses to our state. That takes me to this second take away, which is diversification. The reason Governor Scott focused as much energy on recruiting businesses to relocate to Ford, as he did And even in many respects early on, more so than worrying about growth from within was diversification. It's well known. The majority of Ford's economy happened in three buckets a decade ago. Agriculture, entertainment tourism and there are similarities between the three. They tend to be on the lower end of the pay scale for those who work in them, and they're extremely economically sensitive. Supporters economy was always among the first to collapse during the recession would be among the hardest hit and then would take longer than most to recover. And he realized that diversification of industries within our state had the potential to create greater stability during periods of economic uncertainty. Higher paying jobs generally would help cultivate a workforce and culture, which would lead to organic growth within the state, and we've certainly seen it play out. South Florida, the Miami Metro. Became one of the top 10 fastest growth economies for technology and medical science in the world, and not only do many of the largest technology companies in the world like Apple, Google, Microsoft have regional headquarters here. Cultural shift has led to the creation of many homegrown corporate leaders. Companies that weren't around a decade ago. Again your beaches chewy dot com or Wellingtons B E Aerospace, so it's paying dividends today. Which takes me to the third take away which is being pandemic resistant. You probably remember that during the days of the spring, the economist we're saying no, it could be, you know, nationally. As bad or worse than the great Depression. Well during those days, Ford is projected unemployment rate, according to Wall Street economists. Expected to be the third highest in the country, reaching 30% even at the peak of unemployment this year. Hi. We hit wasn't even half that at 14.5. So What we saw was that as soon as businesses weren't like down and forced out of business is the economy bounced back quickly, So we had jobs coming back in mass for his unemployment rate 8% lower It was at the peak of the lockdowns. It's 5.5% lower than when Rick Scott became governor today, and that's in the middle of the pandemic that led to a 60% decline and travel and entertainment. Where would we be if our economy was the same today as it was back then? So we are navigating this better than most in the country because 10 years ago, Rick Scott had the foresight to help lead this direction..
"two different sides" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Hi I saw on my way into work I didn't hear it on our traffic report but two different freeway signs that warned of you know problems on the roadways whether it be you know you know echo summit door Donald's daughter summer some like said two different sides of this is all just a little bit less than an hour ago just about an hour ago said highway eighty closed at whole facts new to spin out that's all it said and that's all I know interstate eighty closed at Colfax due to spin out so I don't know if it's too dangerous and people are spending out or there is already a but just been out walking a road I don't know so anyway there you have it now let's see of this weather has made any difference at all because we haven't had much time to test it in the delta with berry can ever Highbury in order to love him now well it's got to be a step in the right direction right Barry yeah well I mean it definitely cool the water down but you know all I can tell you it's still grass grass grow you know we're talking last week it was get better okay well I you got some slower tights and it's a little better but I'm John yesterday we were bringing in a grass hydrilla that maybe probably wait thirty pounds if you let your ride out for any more than ten fifteen minutes at a I think it doesn't matter where you went eight we had to go way down the monism assistance Fluor down the ships or something like that and the weather just wasn't there to do that and yeah it just to know we had water temperatures at fifty two fifty three fifty nine last week we're good in the winter bait Fisher nala yeah I mean I sharper's being caught both bait and some trouble and I guess I hear I'm sure they're not very big the most consistent I kisses up liberty the guys that are drifters up there they're doing a really good sturgeon yesterday and Pittsburgh on the slow tide from both did a really good and then other boats caught nothing but oversize friend of mine got three oversize one slot and another one all I caught was over size and so I don't know I mean I got a report and I haven't heard a thing about it but then I got a key phrase you're so you know you gotta take that with a grain of salt and he said level bay is wide open sturgeon vision I mean he said that a lot you know what I have not heard one report in these guys and marching against I don't know if it is why they're not going down there I don't know but that course course Kayser Keith is made shop is right on the boat ramp so he can get a little handle of guys the fish the same day the before the word gets out or he was telling me about boats is five or six fish and meat along they don't kill on but they are fair and lot of slot fish so I don't know that's something I'm going to check into but you know how Keith is sometimes you just never know I can't sell bait sometime and I can say that because I've known him for fifty years in any I mean you give me a hard time I give him a hug it was very interesting what he told me and he said a lot of Spector's down yet but they're all a small fish here well that's all its yearly check for you know there's a couple of decent fish being caught out of limits and the director's chair are doing well and but I just saw a picture of one six pack of Jerry you have to really nice fish and on the restaurant was false that so and sometimes bay this Turkey after run around to get bay from Sacramento down here so we try try please last Saturday we you know we got fish but they were small but we are you know where to put up with grass and it's to a point that it's it's terrible you know I mean and then if you have grass when rain that at all at the same time after that they'll but I think we're gonna move back this incident this week and well you know I I before you even said that I go that that area right in there that that you have access to our this is soon city could be a little hot bed here for the next couple weeks yeah well I you know like it there and I was gonna go back there for me it's a much better deal for me for getting to my boat and you know anywhere in the slough so we're gonna be all fish some of the wind and we need to go out to the ship I mean it's just hard to go above anymore with so much grass I and I don't know what it's gonna take a little bit you know I did exactly what mark said last week I went to the other side of the river it's just that it's both sides at bay the difference was that the date that he finished based on the small side that'd be because if you've got any company at all it just I don't care what your fishing up about this there there is terrible and I used to think you could move a little bit yeah that way but man I'm I'm told me yesterday okay good luck out there very I I'll tell you one thing no I got I got a million things are going to get better they just have a lot of **** there's a lot of fish in the system and if what he says there's a lot of skill our system because you know it they're all seem to be all over the place well I've been Trish that's been pretty good for three weeks or so depending where you go down there right longer than that yeah yeah okay I mean the eight started really early so but we'll see okay good luck this week that's a better report due we've had I'll tell you well the fact that there's a lot of fishing around and the internet it is what you got to concentrate on that's a good that's a good to okay home on the big out those go thanks very bye bye not we can ever of fish sugars sport fishing book a trip nine one six eight seven zero four two two five work we're also gonna hit what whatever we have time for we're going to get a report on eagle lake gonna get a report on the Klamath river both most good reports they're all a change but good reports we're gonna check on the coastal rivers opening for salmon this is the biggest salmon the year up on the coast the eagle river the Smith river redwood creek mad river that kind of thing on what school what happened up there and what we hope for up there the winner runs fish are up in the upper Sacramento River along the coast if the weather settles down you're going to have the best rock fishing you've had in years because again fish deep water but this week they had swells forty feet high which is a good place good time to sit on the bank and Marvel out of if I'm not on a gradual beach or by the way and we are going to look in to give you a little different technique the catch those big spotted bass up it boulders bar reservoir in a surprise you okay all that and more and right after this break we will talk to Mr Dan Barker there with.
"two different sides" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio
"Okay so my biggest learning lesson with a podcast is that you have to be and having a podcast is almost like having a mini business in and of itself that is like an additional business to your regular business because there's an entire marketing system that has to be built around your podcast there's an entire continent schedule that has to be built to run your podcast I'm not we don't really use this podcast for any selling the we don't really have like still system around yes but I didn't know starting this to the degree and the level of attention but actually building a listenership to the podcast was going to work choir in the world of marketing basically if you're not talking about your podcast every single day in front of your audience then it's not like people know the name of it or they're searching for it or can find it and let your marketing and talking about all the time in driving traffic to it so that's actually been probably my biggest learning lesson and learning you know like we have programs that were running all the time so we're always like marketing and selling other programs and I just didn't know that it was almost going to be the same thing to build a park. everything about podcasts you can either do Mike we band were once a week we record where you were order me that you're using you put on the collection you meaning you're ready to go just upload a person it's helping out your podcast editing and adding music to it and actually putting out there for you that's another way to do it the interesting thing that I found is if you really want to grow your podcast you got to go on other people's podcast invite him on yours so it's almost a give and take when it in this industry of podcasting because the more time that you're out there you could talk about your podcast also. the more people that you have on their audience comes and they get your podcast same thing so when you're doing this you just don't wanna be hosting you also want to be attending as many as you can and then I also listen to people that you like to see how they go about doing it because everyone does it differently and then there's certain things that people are doing to monetize their podcast which hopefully will be getting into this year because there are a lot of things that happened when something is growing it's just like a child you're not sure when they're gonna walk what their first words are but you know those things are gonna happen and that's the thing with this podcast will make mistakes do you have to nurture this you have to put some time and energy and effort into it to make it happen just having a podcast podcast it's taking time away if you're really not interested in doing some other things that could be income producing that could actually find more joy in doing but my thing is this the people I interviewed man their message needed to be shared and that's why I love everyone here the things you talk about Meg and need to be shared and in a lot of people find. your grape seed bits in there and they start using their business the getting results what is one thing in this coming year that you want to add to this podcast that maybe we didn't do or you saw about are you heard on someone else's. I mean if it work if it were my world and the world revolves around me which I know that doesn't I would come on here teach business. that's what we're doing two different podcast because I knew maker wants to do that personally I like interviewing people if you want to go learn business it's not gonna be for me it's gonna be for her it's just because I'm not really fired up about teaching people how to do it I love watching people take their own way of doing something that's why mail mechanics is about you know we passion about and you're making money addict great now that's how I did. St Meghan did the coaching industry exactly what you're talking about so that's where we're taking two different angles in their great your people enjoyed both styles in again and you have to be comfortable doing otherwise you're not going to be wanting to do it so if you're not teaching you are really like. I mean for the extent of getting benefits from right now I mean my my geniuses in teaching about I teach about and I can do it all day long with my eyes closed in my sleep if you went out yeah I'd like to point out to you and I love that and I love being like super strategic about my content so I always know like when my offering in the coming weeks what conversion events my hosting where my inviting you to join me and I like the batch my content so I know for a good thirty to sixty days all the topics that I'm talking about in front of my audience then leading into conversion events that leads into my launches a program so for me it's I want the content to be very much in alignment with everything else is going on in my side of the business because you and I have like we run two different sides are business I did a business you get a high performance so that's what I like because it helps me bachelor content under the Clinton this super line plus I just get super gassed by talking about business. and you know the other thing that I haven't done on this podcast but I do this more often my baseball cap I love having conversations with other people and we do a lot of that inside of our our free Facebook group structure grandfathering yours I'll bring people on we do a teaching with your training together I'll interview them whether it's a client or colleagues and that's really fun I mean sitting down to record anything by yourself it I'll be honest is nothing else one thing on the planet because you're just working with your brain your mind your own energy you don't want your screen yeah and you don't really have anybody to feed off love or anyone else's asking you questions no one else is bring up things you might be thinking about so I really do like the interviewing side of it I just haven't done much of that on yes you've really done interviewing young again I like the interview style like almost like Joe Rogan does where they just have conversations with interesting people he wants to talk to because they all come from all different types of watching why the interesting thing I think we really haven't tapped into is the analytics podcast how many views what time people are viewing one of the other things that go on the analytics so we have to take a look at I really haven't looked at that age is there any. what's on. well I look at it once a month so I know how many how many downloads were getting how many views were getting I know what countries there's yourself from I know what states in the United States they're from I know what device they're using to listen to it and I also know because we had this this airs on a few different places so it's on iTunes it's on sure it's on I heart radio it's on my high radio maybe some others I don't know what my head but I can see how many like what percentage of our listeners are downloading that's from those different platforms by far it's like eighty five percent I tunes so there's a lot of cool stuff there but it's interesting it's also really interesting to see. which topics because I can also see which topics documents listeners the number one is interesting the number one topic was I think it was how to increase your engagement with your audience online that was the number one topic but also you have to know your audience so the ones that actually get the least listeners are when you interview people in their the best ones are well those are the great ones but also I think that's because the majority of the listeners are more my. on a different. audiences but they are actually the same this is the thing about what people do and they sometimes forget that they can find wisdom and things that are different is they think because this is business that's all that's all I need that's when I found out if you're passionate about something your business is actually. why do you do what you do why am I doing this podcast because I enjoy. doing this I don't care if I had zero listeners because I know I enjoy doing it in the people that I have scheduled for the next one I guess just interview I like just during the interview style asking questions that people don't usually ask if you ever guys and have a listen to it check out what to do with Chris walked out of the one I did with Trevor Stewart I'm gonna take those and definitely Graham on the other podcasts because that's where they are going to stay in like Megan said while looking at the analytics she's seen that there was at least view but those are probably the richest ones like right. the audience for that it's not the audience for that so it's not like you're going to go to the hallmark channel to watch you got to know where your audience is like me saying and we discussed this and that's why I thought inserted she that that is what we're doing right now is really great for our business side of the business not necessarily the interview shot but let's talk about that because you have to try thing exactly you really do you have to try things you have to see what's going to work you have to be you are available for you back for the data for the information and look not every single thing that any of us try works that's why you try different things so that you can actually see what works and you have to be able to feel your way through it and just you know I talk about this all the time with my clients like even as a coach is not like me and my client. with all the right answers and I'm sharing with the group today I don't know any of their I don't clients I'm not there either I don't know there I don't want. they want that's their job to go in and out so just the two of us talking about it and trying to figure out what to do you know they're expecting you know what they're I don't clients because problems are I don't know I'm not sure I got a client that's your job. but where they're actually gonna figure that out in the action in the implementation and execution in the doing and in the back and forth conversation and they eventually will meander to and be able to feel their way to and know exactly what that is. but again the only difference here is we don't get feedback right away people are into instant gratification they want to know right when they do something how many people watch what were their views over the lakes was engagement in with a podcast it takes you to get those things yes that's a very quick repaired you used to be back in the day but still you don't get exact feedback so you pretty much lot of people set up what they're planning on doing for the month but if you're getting negative feedback work not enough positive feedback he back you got a really changing here's what I always tell people if you go on your iPhone and you look at the apps store. there's all these updates. you can update every two weeks there's always going to be thirty or forty depending upon how many things you have for apps why are there so many because you're improving.
"two different sides" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Well if there's there's science does differ a little bit I can recall in a two different side is on the air seismologists the collective opinion was that all the little quakes does relieve some particular stresses on the larger faults and in essence you put off it puts off the big one one scientist who is here in the studio is going no way is that related but I had somebody correct me if I'm wrong if you happen to be in seismology or a seismologist yourself I I believe the collective way of thinking is when you have a bunch of little ones you're kind of relieving some stress and maybe that bodes well for putting the big one off down the road but again we've been putting this one off for so long that you know we shudder to think what it could possibly be like if we had something of a a magnitude that were not accustomed to god for bid do you think about the populations of the bay area and southern California it would just be horrible the loss of life in the assets the buildings anyway that's the deal on the eleven percent production Donald Trump his approval rating big stuff going on there also the presidential contenders on the democratic side could be one less before the day is over it's all coming up on news talk five really one of five nine came during the reign Appleton program yeah the tax without destruction you feel like you've been ripped off by a farmer here's a real customer that we recently.
"two different sides" Discussed on Paging The Simpsons
"I'm in the zone. I'm focused all let's go. So what's going on everyone? I'm shell. Cosa paging, the Simpsons, I'm joined by my lovely fiance's here. Learn who's inspecting an old lipstick, and we had to postpone our Friday episode. That was going to be going up today and push for next Friday that episode caveats quick heads up. There is called. Would you be successful? If you went to college, or is it necessary to be successful wants college? Something along those lines. And we talk about our sides because we come from two different sides of, I guess, you could say necessary to go to college to be successful. Yeah. So that's, that's coming up next Friday, since we had to push us to talk about this interesting, you can call it. So I'm going to have you get into this because I'm not familiar of. Title. We're talking Jacqueline hill and her whole out of which dirty as nasty as lipstick. I want you to get into it till I wonder what's going on. Tell me what's going on. I, I need information. Okay. So let's go back in time. So I have been a big Jacqueline hill fan for I don't know, five six years somewhere around there, since she was, you know, smaller on the tube and. It's been an interesting journey so she was so weird just been an interesting dislike. It's like old friendship, where it's like we had open downs, you know, getting like like like you so closely this girl. Okay. You know, her now you just call up on the phone. Anyways, let me tell my story, so. As a backstory. She's had multiple collapse with other brands. So she's, she had her highlight, champagne pob come out with Becca. And then she had the collab- with Becca after that, that had the champagne pop highlight, and other highlights and blush is in a pallet. That's one that I have. And then in that launch there was a five, I think, pan I shadow palate, five or six and that flopped because that was inconsistent and they eventually just pulled it all together. So that was like the beginning of it, and then she started become big and more fee and morpheus a drugstore line while bekker's more of a mid price point line. Like if you go an Ulta it's on the right and said the left. But with more fee, she had her initial palette come out with, like, I don't know how many I is a big shadow pal it, and that has rave reviews. So that was fine. And then she came out with the vault collection, I wanna say this was last year with more fee and that was like, four different shadow pellets, that I think, have ten shadows, and each, you can tell I don't own any of these except the except the highlight pellet. That had a lot of controversy around, too, because that was like patchy and not pigmented and having all sorts of application issues in that batch. And then what had happened was. They pulled those and seemingly were able to produce a lot within like a few week, timeframe and ship them all out again, which in manufacturing timelines standards that wasn't adding up to a lot of people who actually worked by the scenes. So that was interesting. And you know, she's done the whole video of, you know, the poor me, and this is what's happened and sorry. But this is what happened and I'm going to say this gonna blame. This is a lot of detours tries to take. So what you're saying is that this, she said, multiple times before, the like whole thing where things have happened. Right. And then she puts out a video saying man this happen guys. Sorry, this happened. We're gonna fix it this. Right. And what's very interesting is all these times before have been collapsed with other brands, so she could easily blame the brands and stuff there and it's just very interesting because she would always say how involved she is. And she hands selected this and was in the lab for this. But then at the same time when something would go wrong. It would be like all I wasn't really that involved or I didn't know about this, or like this was out of my hands. I only chose this, not this and. It is very interesting. So there's been you know, she's had a couple on cher's that's were seemingly fine. But then a couple launches that were complete blow ups. And so people were they didn't know what to expect from her own brand. Then we go back to her brand, she has seemingly been establishing her brand since two thousand fourteen so five years. And it's very interesting because there's all sorts of theories as to why it took this long, one of them being she did divorced, her ex husband last year. And I think it was the beginning of twenty eight teen and. People are saying, like she didn't want to do it before the divorce. Because then it's more proceeds towards him which I guess, makes sense. So she saw coming to like pause it. Because then okay, well, I'm trying to not get ahead myself. I'm trying to do this in logical. Order as possible. No, I guess that makes sense. So she came out with twenty lipsticks. Okay. We're now we're talking about today, may, thirtieth thirty first she announced and released twenty lips lipsticks and it's interesting and again with the time line thing, it's Jacqueline hill cosmetics, but it's also Jacqueline cosmetics and we're all, like, you know, that mean with the lady, and the math is adding up, and we're all like what's going on here because there's a j h on the lipstick to and Jacqueline hill cosmetics, I think, is the social media handles, but then she Mark, she branded her packaging, like the boxes which is Jacqueline. And she's says, Jacqueline cosmetics and leg naturally. It makes sense if she just wants to Jacqueline cosmetics but the bigger issue here is now that is one of the many reasons people think that these. Sticks are old is because the component has j h on it. Now is a possible that they use like old casings or whatever you call those, I don't know. Well, I don't know. That's a good question. It just seems weird because now she's trying to branded Jacqueline cosmetics Marcel. So, so that's one of the reasons. Okay. So. Now, we dive into she releases them. What was very interesting from the get-go is she did not send PR packages out ahead of time. Like you normally do Jeffrey store people like that would get these all the big influencers, and they would get it a few days before so that they can put a lot of people do so you get your review up before consumers can buy video game. No, they do. They do this with cosmetics where it's the hopes that influencers get positive reviews up before the product comes out to boost sales, and, you know, it's very interesting because she didn't do this. Nobody purposely didn't because her her saying was she don't wanna sway, the opinions of, of people buying it. I thought it was very interesting, though, because anyone would do you already sort of have some doubt that something was going to go wrong because I mean, this is your first launch. This is this is like big for you. This is massive. And like it would be a big thing, then them out ahead doesn't make any sense because if it's your first launch, you want the students super, well, no, you have good products. Yeah. You've Senate outs everyone knows so they can get a review out there and sells like so that it's very interesting because then you have people who some people didn't know if they were on PR lists. And so they bought the twenty pack when it came out, and then a few days later received a PR kit as well. And this is where it gets interesting. Well, because I guess they don't notify you. I guess if it's the first time, and they just said, I, I don't know how PR works. I don't know. But, but. So she sold them in different packs. Okay. She had her individual ones. She had her three pack ones. I think four variations of those, and then she had the twenty pack, which is all of them price points were awful. They're eighteen dollars per lipstick. I think you saved some with the trio and you saved even more with the with the twenty pack it was like two ninety five for the twenty pack which sounds like a lot of money. But if you divvy it out compared to what you pay for, like a MAC lipstick or something like that. It's comparable. So people can't really say anything about that because it's not actually a bad price if the product's good. Okay. We'll we'll go. How long do lipstick typically like last anywhere from, like one to three years of the date twenty but if I don't? Okay knows, call it crazy to I'm paying three hundred dollars for a twenty one one there's people who authentically do wear a lot of lipstick. There's people who apply reapply lipstick a lot throughout the day to there's makeup enthusiasts who just really love to collect stuff and three. There's makeup artists who would be using a lot of different shades. So there's a lot of different reasons you would get twenty lip six that's not that's not up normal true. I'm thinking, like the random girl at our house. It's like I'm going to drop two hundred dollars on a twenty pack, and I don't really real lipstick much. The entire I'm gonna pick a collector, I'm going to hold you that she's gonna wear one and the rest are gonna stand mold away, whatever there's literally people who do stuff like that. They buy stuff and do not touch it boy collect it. What is it because it's you know, you aware you care sold us on a yo. He go. I don't know. That's not what I do. But I know that, that's a thing. So. All right. So this is where it got interesting. So there were two people who put out videos, share Exo, believe was the first one, I want to get this, right. Shakes, oh was the first one that I saw on that kind of blew up and then, like the day after was rob beauty Christie. Shea is a bit smaller, but she's not small by any means. She has like a few hundred thousand subscribers Robbie Christie. I think has a million or something like that. So they have some influence. So what happened was shake? So had bought the twenty pack and she originally was going to make the video just doing lips watches, like was just going into this as a normal video, and then it took a turn. What hold up? I'm kind of curious on this. So she so she opens like the package up. First time opening it up just doing a review and then what she looks at the lipstick and realizes this like on camera. Yes, e oh, that is why. Dell's. Both looking at it and feeling it because here's so here are the main claims that are happening with a lot of the lipsticks. They are melting, and or breaking. So they'll not even by twisting up all the way because everybody knows not to twist their lipstick up all the way..