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Author Victor Davis Hanson on His Latest Book 'The Dying Citizen'
"Victor davis hanson. Welcome thank you okay. So for people tuning in Some of whom are not familiar with you. What is this. what is this book about. The title of it of course is a little bit hard to take the dying citizen. What is the thesis. I should say. Eric has not been dead citizen. So gives some hope. I'm actually that's hilarious. That is absolutely hilarious. Dilate you right. There's there's there's yes Expiry citizen something like the who using citizen. I can't see maybe we can get him up on camera here so yeah tell us then what is the. What is the thesis. Well i tried to look at the things in the news in two thousand late. Two thousand nine hundred in two thousand twenty. And then i wrote an epilogue updated and i thought there was a common denominator and that is very fragile. Very rare idea. In the history of civilization of a citizen and empowered middle-class resident who had rights and responsibilities who elected his own officials audit that them could remove them decide when and where to go to war. What revenues expenditures except that they were self-governed and what made them successful. And what made them fail. And how would that be relevant to
The Seven Sins of Memory, With Daniel Schacter, PhD
"Your book is called the seven cents of memory. Can you first of all talk about those sins are why you call them. Sins and some of them are as you say. Sins of omission incentive comission. What are the differences back around. Two thousand nine hundred ninety nine as i was kind of serving the literature on memory. Errors struck me that while psychologist known for decades that memory is prone to error. Nobody had really tried to organize our our knowledge. And try to suggest way of classifying these errors and my best take on. The literature was that there are these seven basic categories of memory errors and so by analogy with the well-known seven ancient deadly sins. I couldn't resist calling in seven cents of memory. So they're three sins of omission different kinds of forgetting four sins of comission when memory is present but either wrong or intrusive so the the three sins of omission. I call transients. That's forgetting over time. We all know from our everyday experience that all things being equal we tend to remember experiences and that are recent in time better than those that are occurred long ago memories tend to fade over time. The second Sin of omission. I call absent mindedness. So this doesn't this is not memory fading over time. This is kind of a breakdown at the interface of memory and attention. So we may be distracted focused on upcoming tasks and we put our keys down. We don't notice where we put those keys down. The event really never gets into memory. That would be an absent minded kind of forgetting or we may put our keys down and know exactly where they are But then we're distracted at the time of retrieval. We walk we walk out the door without archies. that would be another example of absent. Mindedness third kind of forgetting sins of omission. I call blocking this is when memories available. It hasn't faded away over time Where trying to remember doing our best to remember. But we can't come up with information that's actually stored in memory that i call blocking Omission since
'Unity Is Our Greatest Strength': Biden Honors Victims Ahead of 9/11 Anniversary
"Use. What makes us who we are america at. Its best to me. That's the central lesson of september. Eleventh is set at our most vulnerable the push and pull all that makes us human and the battle for the soul of american unity because our greatest strength he didn't he doesn't mean we have to believe the same thing. We must have a fundamental respected faith in each other and this nation that was part of president biden. Six minutes message to americans tonight ahead of the twentieth anniversary of the terrorist attacks that killed two thousand nine hundred seventy seven people on september eleventh.
El Salvador Embrases Bitcoin
"Firming topic today. We're doing a global tour of bitcoin who's embracing this disruptive digital gold this proto money system. Let's start by doing a quick revisit to el salvador on tuesday's show. We discussed some of the controversy leading into el salvador's bitcoin day. The formal enactment of their bitcoin legal tender law on surprisingly and continuing the themes that i was just exploring the gladiatorial battle on twitter continued throughout the day professor. Steve hanky who has really really tried to use. This crypto cycle to jump to the very top of the bitcoin antagonist list. Just would not shut up about it. I mean we are talking about ten twelve separate tweets many which said the same thing over and over. Here's a good example contrary to president. Bu kelly's unfounded claims el salvadorians do not want. Bitcoin is legal tender. The only ones who applaud are criminals. They know that the bitcoin law paves the way for rampant money laundering and corruption. This is one of those arguments. Where as soon as you even dine to make it. I look around at myself. Everyone that i know. Who's working in this industry. All the people that i know who are connected to this industry all the people who are in places like asante who have proven over the last few years how. Bitcoin has relevance for community like el salvador. And i mostly just stopped listening to what you have to say. Because you're clearly not in it for an actual conversation. And yet he continues. He tweeted at least three times about bitcoins. Volatility bitcoin nineteen percent to a twenty four hour. Low of forty two thousand nine hundred and twenty one per bitcoin today to queens volatility is an obvious reminder that it can never be a reliable unit of account and thus can never be used as a currency. Btc is nothing more than a highly speculative asset. Naib kelly's bitcoin law will do el salvador. Never mind his careful use of hash tagging on. Bitcoin and btc gotta make sure. Everyone sees his angry tweets. Professor hanky also hated it when president. Bu pele bought the tip and made fun of the imf all in one tweet saying buying the dip one hundred and fifty new coins added. It appears the discount is ending. Thanks for the dip. Imf we saved a million and printed paper el salvador. now hold five hundred fifty bitcoin.
Why Is There a Disinformation Campaign Against Ivermectin?
"Rogan said he defeated co vid in just a couple of days. Thanks to the use of ivermectin now. This started a sequence of disinformation. Let's actually go to eight. I 'cause established this whole idea of this information. A whole sequence of disinformation stories around ivermectin. Saying that it's a horse de warmer. Now that's actually an off label. Use ivermectin won a nobel prize for its use on humans. In fact a two thousand nine hundred. Cdc memo on ivermectin said that all refugees in it they should take two doses of ivermectin orally. In fact it says right here on the cdc's website which they don't want you to read top of malaria guidance. That ivermectin can be very helpful for you. That's the cdc's own website. A study in the american journal of therapeutics published june. Twenty two thousand twenty one said that the apparent safety and low cost suggests that ivermectin is likely to have a significant impact on the sars covy to pandemic globally and hydroxy. Clark is also anti-malaria drug and personally every person that i've given hydroxy chloride quinn to help them get connected with. They've turned the now that that's not. Okay that's not empirically scientific enough to convince me but fao cheat. Made sure he had to go out. Vouches dis- disinformation artist. You notice how vouching never actually has a real symposium or takes legitimate questions play tape when it comes to a public health issue like cova nineteen in which it is essential to get correct information out one of the enemies of public health his disinformation and unfortunately we do see that in some quarters. Disinformation you mean. Disinformation like this disinformation. Where all the sudden a story was going viral. We re tweeted an amplified by rachel maddow. Same that oklahoma's hospital. Emergency departments were backed up and they could not serve gunshot victims due to ivermectin overdoses. What as soon as i saw that story. I said this doesn't sound right or rachel. Maddow spread this on social media. And this guy right here. Here's the original news clip. It turned out to be absolutely
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"But i would say that owens younger so he's more like testosterone but then again i don't know what's if those pills. Yeah i do testosterone so by theory. When i when i read this indictment and yours that you espoused on your show. Is that a so long as you're allowed to be there. There's going to be some leeway. If you haven't entered the capitol grounds but as it turns out there was a pre existing order tele go with troy. You're not to do the exact thing that he decided to do. So i have what's listed in the complaint and we can kind of talk about those those touch points. But but i suspect that you guys know in better detail what happened on december ninth twenty. Nineteen a little bit. I mean i wouldn't consider myself an expert on happened in two thousand nine hundred tell you a short version is he. Went and was an asshole while people were work. That's one way of putting it. Yeah he he needed to make a scene in the The house judiciary committee's. They were having a a session about the impeachment and he started screaming and had to be taken out of the room shattered buildings so so. This is impeachment one on ukraine and royer is at the house judiciary committee and is he there as a representative of info wars. What's he doing. That's a great question and one you'd never get an answer a straight answer from either alex or about i'm sure if he had done something heroic he would've been there on official business idea. I had the whole plan. And he was just the first of all the ground and then if he's arrested never met that guy. Is this kind of stuff here. He's an independent contractor. He's this jonathan schroeder. Well you know that's gonna come up because there is a real question about how the doj goes about arresting journalists in connection with disturbances like this and it's something that the judge in this particular case has has wrestled with so but my understanding is the first time that oh ensure your decided to disrupt congress where they work. He was charged with a couple of state law. Criminal offenses that are essentially the equivalent of what we've just talked about various violations of the statute for disorderly and disruptive conduct on the us capitol grounds and then as well essentially looks like he reached a plea deal that was going to be almost. Certainly we can infer you know a fine. No jail time again. This state prosecutors entered into what we call a deferred prosecution agreement right and that says. Hey we're going to give you your deal but you've got to do a couple of things i yeah and here. This was not a very owner is he. Had to complete thirty two hours of community service.
Trends for Voice Assistants Use in the Car
"All right. So the first thing i want to talk about is how big is this space. So data shows in the us. There are one hundred twenty seven million consumer so that's one hundred twenty seven out of about two hundred sixty million. Us adults who are using a voice assistant at some point while they're driving. Now what does this mean. Let's talk about the definition there. This is the broadest definition of water. Voice assistant use is in the car and that means they could be using bluetooth connected to the sound system it could mean they're using their apple carl carplay or android auto which are projection technologies which basically are just the smartphone but it takes over the screen the payment center screen as well. So it's really that smartphone experience again but it's a little richer than just using bluetooth connect to the phone and then we have the embedded or in car voice assistance provided by the auto manufacturers embedded in the infotainment systems sometimes their custom. Sometimes they're provided by one of the general purpose players like amazon or google so this is the broad definition so about one hundred twenty seven million in the us now. We have three years of data on this from the us around the car. We've been doing this report since two thousand nine hundred. This was the first year we actually added and the uk and germany and the future years. We hope to add a few more as well. So in germany we have twenty seven hundred million. But also you know it's twenty seven million out of an adult population of sixty nine million and then in uk it's just under nineteen million out of fifteen million total population. She's starting to get a sense of how large these these are now the us adoption rates more in terms of people who've tried it. However if you go to the uk in germany what you're gonna find there's a higher proportion of users who are actual regular user so we break this down into people who have occasionally use it. People were monthly active users and people who are daily users so those daily users being the power users using it just about every time they get in the car. So what we see. Is we see a lot more. The casual users in the us a much bigger proportion of the users use it very carefully not in a monthly or daily basis when you move into the uk. Germany they tend to be more monthly active users at least and a lot more daily active user so in terms of the percentage of people were using voice in the car. They tend to be more more to be power users.
5-Star Recruit Emoni Bates Commits to Memphis Tigers
"Imani bates consensus top-five prospect. In the class of two thousand twenty one. The most heralded uncommitted prospect in the country is no longer uncommitted. He has announced a commitment to the university of memphis which means penny hardaway is now going to enroll the number one recruiting class in the country for the second time in a three year span in two thousand nine hundred nine. That class was headlined by james wiseman and precious a two of this class headline by ahmadi bates. And jalen darren cow. You had written about the amani situation earlier in the week and predicted like most other debates would woodland at memphis so no surprise but we did take a twisted path to get here for people who might be unfamiliar. It was reported by travis brand at twenty four seven sports yesterday on tuesday. That amount would be announcing a commitment on wednesday then debates father elgin baits. He woke up on wednesday morning and he was big mad at somebody leaked something. He was furious and suggested that the announcement would no longer happened instead. We'd be doing this on friday night. Which is fine with me. I got nothing else to do. So i was planning on friday night then at some point on wednesday afternoon a bates name showed up on the university of memphis white pages directory which suggested he was already enrolled at the university of memphis so we had this weird situation where a prospect who had not yet publicly committed to a school was theoretically already enrolled in a school at that point. I imagine they just decided. Let's go on and do this thing so money. Bates jumped on instagram. A little before six o'clock central and announced he will join his former teammate. Jalen dern at the university of memphis for those wondering. I have pushed the tigers into the top ten of the top twenty five in one. I've got him seven to be specific
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
Can Non-Muslims Visit the Temple Mount?
"Anybody gonna know whether. I'm praying. If i go to the temple mount. You're saying that we can visit temple mount non muslims. Yes that's the situation but As i said we We've we've really made the change. Because i said in the past There was harassment and incitement and we first of all outlawed the radical political islam organizations that were bothering others from visiting. But till now until this very day. They're not allowed to carry a bible temple. Mount did not allowed to carry a any kind of shofar or any other religious article on ocean. Show far. what's the point show for This is. I'm just amazed by this. Listen i mean for anybody tuning. Who's unaware the idea that the holiest place In the history of the jewish people and I would say the holiest place for many christians. was in the seventh century Taken over by arabs and muslims and turned into. What is now this mosque. I mean it's an extraordinary convergence in history and it's it's kind of hard to take in. I mean if somebody doesn't believe in god i would say i would point to the temple. Mount and say does this seem like happenstance that that that this battle. The spiritual battle is happening in this very spot where jesus walked away. I mean it's just it's kind of an amazing thing. Historically anybody believe the bible knows that this is the place that god has chosen chosen to rest his divine presence and therefore we cannot tolerate the fact that the the that were not allowed to pray there. And that's that's what we're trying to do in that room. Majorly we say. Come visit the temple. Mount and we're gonna make the change. We say the temple was destroyed but its foundation. The torah the prayer the jewish people the connection the covenant with god is still there so we rebuild the temple top the sound dacian and the new temples built to meet the needs of today's reality and the concept. Today's reality is that we are calling on all peoples to come to the temple mount and let's make that change. It's it's it's happening. I just tell you that in two fourteen hundred. Eighty thousand of christians visited temple. Mount in two thousand nine hundred. Eight hundred thousand changes happening.
Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan Slams Biden Administration's Border Policies
"Mentioned. You mentioned another great american. You mentioned tom home and former acting director of is Let's play a little cut from him in the get you to comment on on what he has said. Play cuts when you when you make it easier. People come into the country get released quicker. That's just going to bring more so they need to talk to the experts on the board look bringing back bringing back out. Secure the border three days three days. Because i'll be reinstituted trump policies. And i'll tell the progressive to shut up if they don't like what's being done the and legislate like you're supposed to legislate fix the laws. Is that the tom rating is is it easy to make a big dent in a couple of days. Actually i disagree with him. I don't think he needs three days right. Ria that's probably drive time and lunch so added to that. Look we do nothing. Thomas said that that i stole from him with affection is the bottom of station. Had the most secure border in modern history and they asked. Wh- what can we do. Well first of all just restore everything that biden dismantle restore the remain in mexico program. So you don't need miss the. You don't need working committees anything that they've done in the last six months. Just flip the switch back we studied. We we've studied. The trump administration made more progress to secure our borders and to address illegal immigration than any presidency in modern history by february twenty. Twenty we had reduced the flow from the two thousand nine hundred crisis by seventy five percent. Why because our policies and messaging sinked up and said the same thing that you are not going to be allowed to break our laws illegally and be released in the united states. Never be heard from again and it was effective and this administration. Got rid of all
Xi Jinping Vows China Will 'Take Down the Old World'
"For the purpose of this interview for this discussion explained to us the significance of the hundredth anniversary of the communist revolution in two thousand nine hundred forty nine and the concept of one belt one road in how these things tied together tied together golden july. First of this year The communist party marked the centennial of its founding. Twenty forty nine will be the centennial of the establishment of the people's republic and between now and then there are certain dates that do have some significance for the communist party. But let's just take a look at what season ping said on july first. He is widely quoted as saying that We will cracks skulls and spill blood for those who stand in our way on but there was something even worse that he said Which i thought was more ominous. He said quote the communist party of china and the chinese people with their bravery internati solemnly proclaim that the chinese people are not only good at taking down the old world but also in building a new one really what siege ping was saying. Was that they were gonna take down the existing westphalian international system which recognizes the sovereignty of states. And they were going to replace it with what we were talking about. Before this notion that chinese rulers had the mandate of heaven over and by the way for people who are interested. Don't read the official chinese translation of things words because actually quite benign in a number of spots you have to read a literal english translation of the chinese. Because really what that does is it. Shows the the maliciousness of the chinese system. We're dealing with a militias ruler. Dangerous arrogant bellicose. Who wants to go out and kill people and indeed jinping has his own death toll which is now somewhere in the neighborhood of about a four and a half million
How the Green New Deal Harms America With Author Marc Morano
"Talking to the author of green fraud. Y the green. New deal is even worse than you think. Mark moreno is the author bestselling author of the politically incorrect guide to climate. Change the forwards by mark stein mark. You've been around this World for a while most americans. You know they're trying to live their lives. They care about the environment. You know we all we all care about these things. What is it that that has made folks like just speed off of the cliff because some of the things that there's adjusting. Everyone knows it's crazy. So who's buying into this. How is it. That biden is buying into this well. Let's become a mantra of a progressive democratic party. You have to be all in on the climate agenda. It's there's no. There's no way any major democratic candidate for president and senator congressman could ever descend on. This is in the old days the thirty years ago. You had the pro-life democrats on this. There's no there's no big tent on climate or energy on the democratic party so they're all in lockstep in the most devastating thing about this during trump's Two thousand nine hundred ninety second third year second year of trump's presidency with his policies we achieve for the first time since nineteen fifty two and harriet. Sooner was president. American energy dominance more energy exports than imports more energy less energy consumption and production. We were producing more. We were the world's largest oil and gas producer. We were booming. No more need for endless wars in the middle east no more need for oil from venezuela the middle east noah noah to rely on russia. Don't have to rely on it now because degree new deal solar panel windmills and electric car batteries. We're going to be relying on chinese rare earth mining using slave labor in china and also Human rights violations of chinese own minds in africa. It's lose lose. Lose all the way across america which makes it a love. Love love for the progressive agenda because it harms
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Let's see statistics facts in math and data. I'm not gonna have the we're gonna pull up at some point. I believe from what. I've been told. Him what i understand from reliable sources more people die in two thousand twenty than they did in one thousand nine hundred and seventeen so if more people didn't die in that given year how was this pandemic question. The answer is asking the question. Well i also would like to know why we're so calling it a pandemic but i don't know if it is while even if it was a how could it be now. I mean it's like we we don. Everything's gone way down. India a variance by but as far as her. They don't want to lose that they needed to keep going to dry. And this is an and this is an administration of death right right by any regard. Yeah it's just saying statistically speaking if you people died in two thousand nine hundred and twenty then the five previous years how would it be. Classified scientifically medically statistically categorically is pandemic. I don't have an answer. I don't know if this is an opinion. I'm just asking the question. I would be very interested to see the data. Because i don't know the data so i'm pretty sure i saw less. People died in two thousand twenty earlier and then I please anti-science. So i'm sorry. I'm white supremacist. Then you're not see. Now you're anti-science. I just can't believe i have you on the first jewish nazi dave chapelle scared about that. All right. we've got more to come. I want to thank our sponsor built bar so if you again. I'm i'm hyping up all of the stuff for father's day so if you have a dad who over dads are busy right. Our husbands are busy. Our dads are busy. They need something that they can take in the morning with them with their cup of coffee out the door to get to work and not is built bar. It is a protein bar but it's covered in one hundred percent chocolate. It you guys. It tastes you guys. Are you chocolate lovers. Okay so i am. What's known as the bill barr dealer in this studio. And i've got a bunch in my in my dressing room. I get yes. I'm ready to get you guys. They're so good so there are low in calories. They're low in carbs. They're high in protein and fiber and the flavors are amazing. Like i said there one hundred percent chocolate summer white chocolate some irregular chocolate. But you feel like you're cheating on your diet but you're not because it's good for you. Okay so you gotta get this. For daddy's gonna love it you can go to bilbao dot com. Use promo code news. Fifteen get fifteen percent off of your first order..
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"But you've got you've got good pioneers like that that are leading the sport in the right direction so apologies to go back on. I thought that was really important to share. We always allow joe. Christopher love on the show. we're churchill sponsor. Show it plus the i'm always fascinated here from horse players because i think a lot of us are exempt. Self examining what. What do you think some of your strengths and weaknesses are a horse player. One hundred percent focused on roi Everything else follows that I don't really track my tournament. Positive are y. I really I really just be have to be you know Focused on our way harbor sent everything comes back to my goal Started in two thousand fifteen You know i was the nhc and got that. I went into a slump. After i got my nhc spot and because exactly exactly so then you know. I hit positive at the end of for the full year. Two thousand nine hundred nineteen two thousand twenty positive. Roi barely i mean by hundreds of dollars and then This year obviously now especially off to a really really great start You know being positive our lives so again. That's my goal. That's that's to. Me is the key and if i have a hobby that basically pays for itself. I'm all in it. It's just a lot of fun. i mean. Obviously you're you're tracking your your your betty. Do you track individual wagers tracks and kind of use that information to help you kind of move forward. 'cause i always harp on it's so important to keep your records. Yeah and no it depends. Sometimes i'll go back and look at it a pull the magnifying glass out and say okay. What are the winds and on twin. Spires right you can do this really well. You you can look at How much you bet to win Place show and then you can see what you're Our ally is for each of those. I mean you can break out the multi-race wagers et cetera. And so there. There's lots of good tracking tools available I don't do it all the time But i do know what tracks i do You know very well at our appreciate taking the time for us. Congratulations on the tournament. If folks want to find you on twitter you're at al ford. Txz nfl now. We know why txz nfl but really appreciate it. Thanks so much jason. Thanks so.
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"So thera strategies running emma one is sexual and reproductive health strategy which will be poor after the women's health strategy which is happening at the same time so so that is being addressed the sexual and reproductive health started j. What are you going to reinstate money in terms of funding emma. We need our his health starts and the reason. I'm has talked about women's health though and that feeds into absolutely. But what we need while we are at this point now in the call for evidence the first government ever to do this is to find out what the issues are the details of the issues. We have the reports about mashed Premadasa breast surgeons china's issues. But they on just as we know. There are huge issues around menopause. That treatments are locked. Ask you for cutting money general dame. Leslie also told us. She said that it's very difficult for women to access help at the moment with facility contraception periods and menopause. This is the most senior obstetrician gynecologist in the country. Who is the author of the better for women health report in two thousand nine hundred. These cuts that your government did and created semi because the evidence that we're receiving women is not that they can't access services what they are telling us that when they do access services which are there there is all women can abe access contraceptive help five. Gp's and all the services that you've listed but our issue is deep. Put the money. It's more serious than is when women are in services when that being seen that they aren't listen to and they don't get the treatment they want not because it isn't available because somebody adorable hagler anti-depressants con host. Hr not you cannot deny what are the most senior doctors has said you also cannot deny the fact that there have been cuts moreover cannot deny between two thousand thirteen and two thousand eighteen was a fourteen percent real term reduction local authorities spending on sexual health depended on most by women at the same time as those cuts. There was an increase in demand by thirteen percent. You've told me a very from one. Hundred thousand women also does not necessarily going to tell you if they went somewhere. Couldn't get.
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"What happens to police officers who get caught stealing lying for tampering with evidence each week we open up an internal affairs investigation. That used to be secret to find out how well the police police themselves. Listen to on our watch. Podcast from npr and k. q. e. d. for npr music connected to all songs considered. I'm bob boylan. When singer laura stevenson came to play a tiny desk in late two thousand nine hundred nine. We put together a string quartet to support the gentle songs. There's songs were from her album. The big freeze somewhat hidden behind her quiet. Electric guitar was very pregnant belly. And it all made for a profound and tender concert. Now there's new music from laura stevenson and the opening track to her self titled album is anything but tender it documents life altering events the birth of that child during the pandemic and the near death of a loved one. I'm going to play a song. Called state and laura stevenson. Tell you more about the song. I finish this record two weeks before i came into the tiny desk. I was fairly pregnant at the time. If you remember it was really difficult undertaking to make this record. Not because of the physical stresses of pregnancy were present but Because of the material. I was actually dealing with when i wrote these songs. Two years prior i freshly on the other side of crisis so it was an extremely open wound in the night. Just opened it back up when i was revisiting. The songs to record them In doing that. While i had this little person growing inside me just made everything that much more intense so something unthinkable had happened to someone that i love and i can dropped into this tragic situation and was trying to help them and help their loved ones through the whole thing. Then when i came home. I completely fell apart in age. Just wrote the songs to process everything. The song state is the album opener in. it's about just like pure rage. I was so angry when everything was happening. It was the anger that was frightening And it was huge. It could like move mountains. I felt like and. I didn't think i was capable of feeling anything that intensely. I guess i felt intense sadness before but never dislike seething rage so the song is about allowing myself to feel that and in so doing it kind of transcends and transforms and has the power to heal.
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on ESPN FC
"It wasn't the greatest game aesthetically. What in terms of spectacle in terms of rivalry truly truly delivered especially for tournament. An event the nation's the that we've all been downplaying for quite some time. Yeah we've been downplaying it and you can say whatever you want about the importance of tournament or not at the end of the day. It's a final. It's vs mexico that captivates that gets the attention when you talk about. Was this a good outing of football display. No it wasn't pretty by any standard tactically. Technically lacking very deficient both teams in certain areas individual performances. That were very deficient. But then you had these wait. A second. Look at meet type performances. You had these look where this is going. Dramatic pauses twist plot us events like var calls. Whatever may be that. we're just dramatic. They were just like where are we going with this. It just kept you on the edge of your seat every single twist and turn you knew it was because it was important versus mexico. Us men's national team playing in denver playing at home a very young promising team against qigong cough. So by no means was it pretty but everything you would wanna final the dramas the twist that turns everything this had. I would say it was a great game for the neutral. I just don't know how many neutrals there are when it comes to usa mexico. We did a bunch of games back in two thousand eighteen. Two thousand nine hundred. Us and mexico played like three times in less than a year. Two of a more friendly. And i remember you. And i talking about. This robbery was endanger of getting watered down. Well after yesterday with the fans back. I think we can say. Usa and mexico is back and we judge the best rivalries worldwide off intensity that game. That game didn't lock for intensity and we saw it in good and bad and ugly ways and we'll get into that in just a little bit. Let's get to the moment of the match though her. Because for all the narratives for all the storylines for all the big picture stuff that we're gonna talk about later in the show this match as good.
Paula Brennan Conversion and Nurturing Trumps Photography Lead Generation Numbers
"When you hear the term and when i say digital marketing online mocking what does that mean to you. Well this is back going to go back because it was around two thousand nine hundred ten when i started leukemia said if like facebook marketing and things like that you know back in dies you could pretty much like p- pasta shape and you'd have sixty me follow as the next day. Do you know that. Respect when i had the wedding studio Look into how could hotness that a little bit better figured out some systems that worked but then very quickly recognized that the algorithms were introduced in you know. The organic reach wasn't as easy. So i had to start learning about high traffic. Sorry it was probably around two thousand twelve. I would say that. I really started kind of educating myself around and doing looks online courses and things to figure out how to you know many people like these so i was doing things creating landing pages and silence pages. I looked at Creates very crude rudimentary funnel spec in the early days and then obviously learning to drive traffic to that using facebook ads so there was quite a good period of education for myself. Maybe about threes. Where i was you know. I was already a good shooter so i didn't have to learn about photography angle of things what i really worked on with Marketing side. and how do i drive traffic. And how do i take the numbers to increase the the the results of h campaign. I guess i love. I'm so excited to keep going with this conversation because you are talking my language so when you have all this experience you you're a successful she'll like you say you grown up a photographer like us success. When they know how to run a business talk me through that change or that transition. Interpersonal brandy photography. Why you did it and you did sorry. I guess when. I was running the portrait business. What i found was a lot of my clients are coming to the guy all. Can i just get a headshot doing the headshots so lack all not to say to fight of me doing excited as well. Maybe a little bit of behind the scenes and of course any say not really messy Why pay kind you know the instagram laugh. That instagram version. If you're working in sorry. I started then looking following a lot of the big online entrepreneurs who coincidentally the people who will leaning Signed time so. You're looking at like the lex. Murray fully as the antiporda fields. They sort of big huge entrepreneurs out day. You've got a. I mean you down a liberal going down to the lexi. The tiny robbins fit most of the people. That were of out spatting personal branding. At the time. I was watching what they were doing. In their fade and let's face paper were employing photography's but a lot of the young upstart so we're talking like the twenty and thirty. Somethings in the demographic in the same area of entrepreneurship with doing it themselves. And they'll find really creative ways of utilizing day i
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Automated
"Have to get hundred thousand dollars in debt in order to enter a quilts paying jobs and across geographies as we saw with law yes. There are barriers to entry. Because it's complicated. There's also many other factors that make it easier for equal. Yup no okay understood. So you've you've given us a couple examples of saved type of jobs. But also the type of i guess new industries that that this is working whether east sports or otherwise do you have. Maybe an idea of the scope of the virtual economy right now. So either monetarily or the amount of people that are involved Because i think some of the listeners might be thinking like oh like this is a a a great new emerging market. But maybe there's only something like ten thousand people that are involved Do have some some understanding. I know it would probably be difficult to kind of measure but at least some some general idea what the scope actually is so we spent a lot of family can get it and everyone thought we were overestimating the brandon up to underestimating video hard to overstate of big the market opportunity. It's especially with the shift from close centralized economies of this open global virtual economy. We're now seeing approximately two and a half billion people interacting with faculty and significant proportion of the global online population and many times. They don't even realize that. I think that's why it's so powerful. So the way we we were able to estimate revenue is mainly by looking at gaming because gaming is unaffected wet established industry and we can know how many how much people are spending for virtual items and goods also doctoral the major platforms that said nfc's and other decentralized goods and were able to come up with estimate of one hundred and twenty two billion dollars in revenue in two thousand nine hundred and this was within adjustment for region countries that are not covered with data sources and we also accounted for a growing grey and black market. That's battery problem right now..
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"The more they try to put it together. That's what i think the enemy is. I kind of want to be loki on himself. I want him to just get up to his old antics and his mischief because he is the god of mischief and just screw things up constantly has keep fixing them. You guys think it'd be kinda fun though to see like multiple low keys. Interacting like fighting. Sherman lady loki. Because that was kind of already teased in a trailer. So i'm sure we're going to see some other version of loki because you imagine seeing to monitoring like having conversation just both being completely full of themselves it'd be awesome that'd be a lot of fun But with what little research. I did into the tv and came to conquer and with the eternal is coming soon. I can safely say there is still so much more for the mcu to explore. And it's only going to get more complicated and confusing from here on so buckle up and i'm all here for it but be sure to check it out on june ninth on disney plus but nate. I hear you got a sweet segment was a good one. So sweet tooth came out in two thousand nine hundred the dc vertigo label and was a smash hit like very very popular so much. So much though. It's getting its own tv series and it's actually already out but we haven't had a chance to watch it yet and we're kind of late to the game but we're going to go over a preview of it but of course no spoilers so forget to ourselves exactly. Yeah that's coming after these ads specifically chosen for you by ad agencies that actually understand the by casting is really cool. This is tackling sons. What we've been talking about one child multiple times in this episode. We're going to keep talking about it because there are four hundred million children right now. That don't have things like food and water and medicine and it's really easy for you to be a part of changing their lives becoming a child..
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
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"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Whenever women at nike was stepping forward to share experiences of a restaurant and discrimination as poverty survey about the treatment of women at the company according to the people and documents at the time the employees shed details about the alleged incidents with monique madison. The head of nyc humor sources the palm heroes. Pasta awful belly useless crane nike council and according to the people that document name architecture to appear in marketing material the near around that time the women's world cup in france until nineteen commercial about humor athletes in their dreams. You could've you could've make this up good. You couldn't make this upman also in june. Nineteen woman accused name of rape advice. Hotel month earlier said encounter with a winner. Brazilian was consensual and she accused him of in him to drop the education name citing lack of evidence. What was the one. Where wasn't there one where someone accused him of our. Ap and supposedly text messages came out way basically proved it to be corrected name apart from a mistake mistaken. Remember of what is in brazil later charged a model we slander and extortion and produced procedural fraud and extortion. Charges were dismissed. Two thousand nine hundred and she was acquitted the full case. Into a and twenty a spokeswoman for the model says she stands by original account. Wow okay she got. She got sued for it. Went to court the cases go standby by story so maybe that accusation was true. Who knows in two thousand. Nineteen after presumably made her public allegations of nike employee. Approach miss crane. Missouri fits into states the complaint in twenty nine hundred ninety four the up high cia. I'll use these big corporations pretty much useless. Hey char in front of house. I probably one of the most useless occupations that existed most big corporations. They just basically get away. We've just doing absolutely nothing. And they still keep their job like noth- no performance evaluations neuro. Kpi's nothing miss. Kramer isn't associated with the complaint. She made about neymar year earlier. According to the people and dominance extra told the employees they hadn't taken any action because they had been under the impression didn't want them to. Oh my heart. Ms granger that wendy play. I related allegations to nike. Tony team. She did so on the condition of confidentiality. Just 'cause i wanna keep my name out of the papers doesn't mean that don't we need to absolute tosses as their employer where the responsibility to respect our privacy and did not believe it was appropriate to share that information with law enforcement or third party. We place because why don't you officer so basically. They didn't didn't tell like she she. She came forward. She comes through. She comes forward with the allegation. She says my privacy said okay. Then they don't wanna follow it up or anything so they don't ask questions. They're just basically file and put under the folder. Hope she forgets about it. Mama mia in two thousand nine hundred ninety one day employees to express and again. This is a woman two. She's going to a woman in. Hr about a sexual misconduct allegation against somebody really powerful powerful dude and they do nothing about it. Which is why i always say. The actual main enemy of women is of women. Because i just wanted to keep our job to. She doesn't want to a pushed. His ford lead funnel through the levels of kind of whatever it may be severity. because light..
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"You know working with agile mind minimum viable product test something. I have somebody to argue against your proposition. I didn't take anybody else's. I didn't actually float my idea to anybody else because i was just so right. Have you know one of the things. I coach my. Ceo's on his if you have a brilliant idea right spend half an hour arguing against own idea like a mini debate. Right pick holes in your own idea so having trusted people around you to go. Hey love your passion. Just tell me how this is gonna work again right. Tell me what the business model is. Tell me where the scale abilities tell me with. This would work if you were in the mix right because i think the real understanding i understood i'd come from a practitioner mindset. Having been a physiotherapist. And i was always part of the program. Physiotherapy without a physiotherapist doesn't exist but now we see businesses that operate and scale without found. And interestingly i often coach founders who need to step down as the c Because they no longer can take the business to the next level because they have put themselves too much in the mix. So yeah how does it work without. You is a good question. Yup in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine as always two thousand nine hundred ninety seven was the crucial year. That that'll went peche. But in two thousand nine hundred. I gave a speech at the asia professional speakers conference. Where i said speaking will be disrupted and you need to have a business model where you don't have to walk out on stage. And that was twelve months before the pandemic wiped out speaking industry completely when he could travel stand on a stage and the speech. I was somewhat appreciate this time around. By this time. I had online programs and scalable products that ripe. That allowed me to survive the pandemic shutdown on conferences. Well let me share a few things that i take away from your story..
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio
"Thing about your team. Was you guys kind of had a cool name for your stadium. And now they go. Yeah good riddance we what. Hey so moving on up. Yep yeah. I could definitely see us up to that division game. You know physical game i saying. Hey it's minnesota you know what having kirk cousins motivation is so so important to You know so important to In sports and so. I can see kirk cousins that you know that cute exit you kinda wanted but maybe you got sexy jimmy garoppolo who you know you kinda passer up for. And she's like yeah she don't look so hot. Now watch how hot i am. You know it shows you know works out in her butler. Good stuff like that accuracy. Kirk cousins poll night off. I definitely wouldn't wouldn't shock me with especially now going on two week. Thirteen going to the the city. I hate the most look. This will probably the most inappropriate thing. I say all day. Dude i definitely is my life ambition to go. Take a piss at that stadium on that stadium I definitely going to do it if i ever go up to. The pacific northwest via. Jason have talked about me going up there for years and i was like i dunno breath mindedness alive trouble hair so a look with with them. Change the name. I'm gonna say the niners go up and say we sweeper. I'm gonna say this is going to be the year i could say. Look at especially. If we got trae lance you know starting this game and everything like that or even. Let's not forget we all know. Yeah we all know what happened last year and this is a game that jimmy didn't play well and this is the game. I'm gonna miss last year. This is the game that made me made me start saying hey you know what may maybe we should start bringing some competition in for jim. You know week. Eight last cheers. When i started to say okay. You know it might be something here you know with this. Maybe we need to start thinking about moving on from jimmy garoppolo. And y'all know me i. I'm i'm jimmy fan. I believe jimmy king who went sixteen and all that day the faithful will see. Jimmy can't but let's not forget how how well he played the fourth quarter and two thousand nine hundred and.
Israeli strikes kill 26, topple buildings in Gaza City
"The three dozen people have been killed in the latest is ready S. strikes on Gaza the heavy death toll makes it the deadliest single attack since recent heavy fighting broke out between Israel and Hamas leaders the strikes once one for a total of five minutes just after midnight in the downtown residential parts of Kansas city rescuers scramble to retrieve those stuck under the rubble the Gaza health ministry reported over a dozen women and seven children were among those killed over a hundred ninety Palestinians have been killed in Gaza including more than fifty children with well over a thousand people wounded every seven people in Israel have been killed including a five year old boy in a soldier throughout the day Gazans mourn their dead relatives one father well done conservatively as he hoped that that child does not discount the two consulting calm him later in the day rockets could also be seen firing from a position in Gaza city directed towards Israel Hamas and other militant groups applauded the two thousand nine hundred rockets into Israel many of which were intercepted by the Israeli military I'm Karen Thomas
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"Yoyos in somehow is is a sustainable business. All right if you're looking at this is like i feel like i triggered this guy like this is a yoyo fan. And he's pissed off because everyone knows in the yoyo community dunkin yo shit and now he's going to tell me what yo yo i should be buying right if you are looking for cheap yoyos then. Yo mega was the brand. When i was in middle school. Don't get for people who don't yo. Yo yo yo spree yoyo posers. I had no idea that people felt this way. You are outing yourself for the second time. It's like telling me your new computer you bought was at walmart. It's a rookie. Move the dumb move. Stupid people do this. Shit by dunkin. Yes the yellow mega brain link but the omega brain linked below is similar to the dunkin. You mentioned on the show. I say you get yourself a proper butterfly yoyo with some bearings in you might actually enjoy yourself not surprise. You gave up so quickly trying to get into it with that. Party favored dollar store trash. I'm going to start calling myself creating shit since. That's my only submission. You've ever used dearly creamy shit. Oh yes so on. Yesterday's show one of the things i was talking about it but i think bob weinstein message man said hey dunkin does have a yoyo that winds itself up which it doesn't really do It's called the reflex and you know looking at the dunkin' reflex yoyo it's got two thousand nine hundred and thirteen ratings got four and a half stars. Now there's one that creamy shit recommended the omega brain. It's also an overturned yoyo has two thousand three hundred thirty eight ratings and four and a half stars. It's basically the same thing. They're the same thing it does. Anyone take this crap seriously. Creamy all.
Net Zero - Impossible Dream?
"It's really interesting that we were talking almost exactly a year ago tenth of my last year and you will co-signatory to another lesser with a gang with Wolfgang studies when you're talking about a statement from fatty. All who is the general secretary of president off the international energy agency. He was talking about a building green. And you were saying well if we actually maintain the reduced levels of carbon emissions that we've seen during lockdown and make any difference at all because relatively small. Okay then we'll be out all discussion you talking about carbon capture and storage and particularly about which is bio energy with carbon. Capture storage restriction. Yup and how that could be a negative technology and actually if we captured the common from the combustion process than the trees would absorb carbon and therefore we would have a net reduction in combination the street with sound a great idea but now he come forward and there's another letter that yoko signatory to and one of the things in that is the you believe that becks is not going to solve the solve. The problem probably not know. Where do we go from here. I guess you've got gotta stop burning fossil fuels. That's where we've got. That's what we've always had to be. Yes yes yes but it's going to be so difficult as it. I mean i've been talking to people who say oh. We're going to have to get rid of all petrol cars from two thousand nine hundred thirty. Actually the rule ruling at the moment is we're going to have to stop selling. Petrol caused people be allowed as things stand to continue to run them of for as long as trump. But i think the truth is if we're going to achieve net zero. We are actually going to have to eliminate the use of fossil fuel cars amongst other things. Paul is at least twenty thirty
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"I'm so happy to hear them. Did you hear me greg up. The there's there's two greg sir. This isn't the greg that i went to the mastermind different grade. Okay i said yes. sorry. I just realized. There's a lot of greg's here. But i said we didn't get the show. We're not going on you know they're pulling the plug we're done. He says exactly. I know that that's a terrible news. But i was so scared for you knowing you know tarkhan christine and everybody else and know what that's done to their lives. This is the greatest thing chris like. Now you and i can really focus on what matters. And that's you know going out and teaching and building the bank and becoming the bank and we're doing private lending there's a lot to it. I mean because remember had this big wall street background. So greg was the money guy in the real estate and we we were joining forces and at that moment like that's when money school one of my companies today came to be I that's when i started doing a lot of things with the money. Suppliers and other company with privatize banking. And you know. I'm getting kind of into some things that we haven't even talked about that one moment where i had that failure. That door shut another door just opened for me now. I don't know you know different religions of different male religious beliefs. Not gonna get into that. But i truly believe that that door shut for a reason on. Hgtv and open this door. So that i could do what i do today. And greg was that first phone call. And it's a surreal thing. That happened that exact night. And i swear for weeks i kept thinking in trying to get it out of my wife. I'm like you told that you didn't talk to my. You came moment. you told me about it. He calls right after. Would you think i did. And i'm like i don't know taxed or something and so so that was that that's what happened. It was surreal moment. Those two thousand two thousand eighteen right there almost two thousand nine hundred wintertime. It's it's almost like that guy that greg is like a lot of people say about facebook there listening. You know seriously right and greg. I mean we're partners. Multiple companies operate private funds. Together on yes spending just a really dear friend. Great mentor and just Unbelievable business partner. Who's kind of helped me get where i'm at today and we're doing huge things so i wanna get into This bank thing you've mentioned it sort of tangentially. A few times and and a lot of my listeners are are entrepreneurs executives on people who have risked you know money and probably have a lot of money tied up in their business but they also have means and they probably also Sort of invested on a traditional path. Like most people do. So i i..
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"If we're buying something you buy with money. And then she always said that. Oh i just put it on the credit card. But i pay the credit card. Bill right after comes is just that this is such a large ticket item that i have the safety of putting it on this credit card. So so yeah. There's just kind of that was the one thing that stuck with me. And it wasn't even a conscious thing that she was trying to teach me but now my brother and i both have never had a credit card bill. I mean i'm almost fifty years old. I have never not paid off any credit card by the end of the month. I was gonna say if you're going to pick something up from your mom. that's great. Can i consciously tell my children. That all the time. And i tell them that story because i think that You know my brother. And i were both able to buy our first house in early twenties and i think that's a big reason. Why is because we weren't saddled with that. Just set up my son with or not. Just it's been a little while but He he has a credit card and he has money in the bank and budgets it and so things that we might have bought for him. We asked him to do it so he can see how that works and a lot of money still comes from us but it's he's managing it and A he's much more financially aware than i ever was at that age but he said when he got his credit card. He's like what's my limit and it's attached to ours and so he has quite a limit like please tell us you understand that you can't spend the limit have to have the money in the bank to back it up. And he totally did get it. But he loves torturing me he's like i could. I could buy that. I have enough money in my limit. You don't have that much money. No okay and so that brings us back to learning. I think that applies to a lot of areas of our life Listen learn well. This has nothing to do with anything. About what my real look. Listen learn as but you mentioned the moon tower in two thousand nine hundred which a lot of things around austin or name moon tower and. I've quite understood that. They just literally put back up a moon tower in our neighborhood. I guess i mean these things are like a hundred years old..
Philadelphia Eagles sign linebacker Eric Wilson
"Eagles have made some news over the last couple of days that we should pass along. The birds have made a couple of free agent signings Over the last couple of days and will run those down for you here. You can tell. It's a totally new eagles regime by the way when they go out and prioritize adding a linebacker in free agency although the eljay fort fiasco tells us not to count our chickens before they're hatched. The eagles signed former vikings linebacker. Eric wilson to a one year deal this week worth up to three and a quarter million dollars. There is a connection to the eagles. Here with wilson a linebackers coach. Nick rally spent time as wilson's assistant position coach for the last three years in minnesota. So you know so much time when you're adding free agents who your trading for players. There's always some kind of coaching connection especially here with the eagles over the last few years and that continues to be the case. Now wilson turns just twenty years old in september so he's a younger player and became a full time starter for the vikings last year. How do you really solid season for them to record it. One hundred twenty two tackles eight passes defended three interceptions in one forced fumble clearly. He's the number one linebacker on the roster. Right now. he'll be atop the depth chart he'll be the guy starting at middle linebacker unless something totally unforeseen happens. And i'm still kind of trying to figure out how the eagles got their hands on them at this stage in the off season for it for as little as they did and considering the salary cap situation that they're in and we know that this is not a position. The eagles have prioritized a whole lot. In recent off seasons they did again. Like i mentioned a sign eljay for contract very early in the offseason. Two years ago when it seemed like their third free agent off the board and they gave him a lot of guaranteed money. And then jim schwartz never played them and they cut him in midseason in the baltimore. Ravens picked him up in a hurry and he played great for them in the second half of the two thousand nine hundred and season to the point where they signed him to a contract extension before the season was out and eljay ford would have been a very big help in the eagles on the eagles. Defense these last couple of years and so we're kind of. I don't think this is going to go that way Eric wilson has has has a little bit more to his resume than eljay ford did when the eagles picked him up
Baseballer Henry Aaron Faced Death and Made History
"Baseball is a numbers game. So let's do some numbers. This was errands. twenty four. th season playing the braves. He's played two thousand nine hundred and sixty six games. He's been up to bat more than eleven thousand times and at the start of this particular game. He has seven hundred and fourteen home runs. Seven hundred and fourteen is a very important number this moment on april eighth nineteen seventy four. It is the most home runs ever hit by a single major league baseball player but two players have reached. That number hank. Aaron is tied with the legendary babe ruth. They've each hit seven hundred fourteen home runs and tonight. Aaron will hit number seven fifteen. The atmosphere should be celebratory and it is but in the clubhouse before the game things are unusually quiet. The braves have decided not to let the press inside. Aaron has been hounded by reporters for months and not just by reporters. He's also received close to a million pieces of mail. A third of them negative. Some of the letters have included death threats from white fans who don't want to see a black man take babe ruth's record people have written that they're going to sneak into the stands with a gun and take matters into their own hands so while aaron knows that this might be the most important baseball game of his life. There's also a real possibility that it could be his last
Medium Offers Buyouts to Editorial Employees
"New york post the headline here is medium offers by out to its entire editorial staff medium. The writing platform behind. Jeff visas is explosive. Two thousand nineteen post claiming blackmail by a supermarket tabloid is offering. Buyouts what a weird way to open that story just anyway is offering buyouts to its entire editorial staff as it scales back. Its journalistic ambitions ceo. Ev williams revealed the sweeping changes in a blog. Post on tuesday while outlining a plan to reduce the company's investments in digital publications it launched in two thousand nine hundred and directing that money instead to the recruitment of independent writers williams also said that. Vp editorial chaban o'connor has decided at this time to transition is her time to move on. I know uncertainty and change difficult. Especially if you're not calling the shots said williams and outlining the changes but he also said. I wanna commend everyone on this team for just jumping into the unknown and helping us collectively learn and make adjustments along the
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast
"Some other things is like I changed my. I'm changing my degree from fish and wildlife biology to a Psychiatry and Morgan i get getting all that setup because like what what my real dream is is almost heaven like a sanctuary for veterans. Come and where they can come for like a day a week a month whatever and almost like help them re reintegrate into society. That's so much as way to put it but like how how basically had to be true. It'd be real. You know what. I mean like to them because it's like what i found out. It's a lot easier to talk to a do this through like been to afghanistan our been to iraq. You know what i mean like. I'm pretty sure If a matt if he seeing somebody walking around with like a marine sweatshirt that had his unit on it he would instantly want to go up and talk to them because at brotherhood you build nc in that patch. You know and it's the same thing. Like that's why i've plant i'm getting. I'm changing my degree plan. So that we do. I really help them. And invest your bro. I came in. Yeah i know exactly talking about oh you were in at j. bad in two thousand nine or two thousand thirteen author in two thousand nine hundred job that shithole defect there. Oh yeah fuck that defect. You know what. I mean like just stuff like that and then My real chris. I'm sorry go ahead go ahead and just just Really really building on on from that and like Instead of almost almost having like retreats like offered to the Like if we get big enough. Obviously you're or when we get big enough that if when Offering to the army like the army. They have their little. Mwr groups you know in their marriage retreats and stuff like hey send them here Marriage retreat for a storytime..
"two thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast
"Just is the first time you guys here We're actually going to be done in. Mango kiss tour We're going to be just absolutely bucket. List them places in our backyard places that we have to fly to international over and absolutely or yeah absolutely absolutely like i said we definitely we are like i said listen. We have some sneak peek. Now we already did denver. We're going to talk about that tonight but You know. I knock. When i stops gives me i stop on the list Metro reminds been there but You know and say you know conned by one the favorite places we ever been like i said. If anybody gives the clamp on now eight nola like new orleans has be one of my favorite places microseconds home. I didn't even count anymore. I don't listen. I still count it because the simple fact that this thing that realistically i have we haven't been down there since late. Two thousand nine hundred is actually but about how we used to go all the time. Think we went down there in First time you took us down there. In the i went back we went back that one more day and we went back again. Following that I went back for my conclave. Then turn back around. We went down for labor day. So it i live at like you live there. Live there but yeah for anybody. Like i say that's one thing it'd be haven't gone a new orleans definitely check it out because nice place to go if you happen to visit there and like i said we're actually going to.