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At least 66 US clinics have halted abortions, institute says

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 hr ago

At least 66 US clinics have halted abortions, institute says

"Dozens of clinics have stopped providing abortions since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe V wade an analysis by the good mocker institute found that ever since the U.S. Supreme Court left abortion rights up to the states at least 66 clinics and 15 states have stopped providing abortions with the number of clinics dropping from 79 to 13 the institute a research group that supports abortion rights says nationally there were more than 800 abortion clinics in 2020 the new report does not include data on hospitals and physicians but the institute notes that clinics provide most of the U.S. abortions I'm Donna warder

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People Are Waking up and Holding Their Leaders Accountable

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:02 min | 2 hrs ago

People Are Waking up and Holding Their Leaders Accountable

"People waking up enough time has passed that people are beginning to think for themselves and beginning to realize like, wait a minute. I have been taken for granted by the Democratic Party. Now listen, there are many, many, many white evangelicals who are realizing the same thing about the Republican Party. They've been taking me for granted. They couldn't care less about what I care about. They don't care about the life issue. They don't care about. They just take me for granted. They don't, where are you going to go? You're going to vote for me. So we have to hold our leaders accountable, folks. And it means oftentimes it means finding someone else to vote for thinking outside of the box because we've been all really stuck in this two party system and I just find it funny that, you know, generally somebody says to me, well, you know, should I vote Republican? I will say, of course, if you have to choose between the two. But it would be really nice if the Republicans were on fire about the issues that you and I are talking about right now.

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How 'Eraced' Author John Amanchukwu Found His Voice and His View

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 2 hrs ago

How 'Eraced' Author John Amanchukwu Found His Voice and His View

"We talked to a new friend, John, I'm in chukwu. He has a brand new book out called erase that spelled ERA, C, E, D, you see what he did there. It is discovering the lies of abortion and critical race, theory, linking them, and you were just telling us a story John of through your father in law, the man who's today your father in law, how you began putting these pieces together and becoming a voice for truth in this generation. Yes, that's correct. And so it was my father in law who really trained me and gave me the ability to develop a strong biblical worldview, which is something that many Christians don't have today, oftentimes we do Christianity in a vacuum if we even preach about the true and historical Jesus Christ. So he's an apologist. He's a defender of the faith and he trained me and doing that and being one who stood pro truth and didn't go along with the culture, but do things differently, simply for the sake of Christ and for the calling of the kingdom. Through that I even was impacted and pressed to write a chapter on Stockholm syndrome in my book. Chapter 6 is Stockholm syndrome. And it talks about the story of Jan Eric Olsen, who went into a Swedish bank and through several rounds of ammunition and the air that has gone off and rob attempting to rob the bank, demanded $700,000 and wanted to use some of the hostages in the bank as a getaway to for him to leave and to exit. They wouldn't give him that, but they did give him the money that he desired. But over the process of time while being in the bank for about 6 days, the hostages began to fall in love with him. And they started to like him and they were on first name basis. And even as they removed the hostages from the bank, the hostage were more concerned about the person that had captured them. And this is where we get the term Stockholm syndrome. And I bring that up because many blacks are suffering from Stockholm syndrome. We have fallen in love with our captive, with our captor, and the Democratic Party has captured the hearts of blacks who are so long, but they have let us down the slippery slope of a great demise. And

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John Amanchukwu Has a Powerful and Cleverly-Titled New Book: 'Eraced'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 2 hrs ago

John Amanchukwu Has a Powerful and Cleverly-Titled New Book: 'Eraced'

"I'm talking to my new friend, John Manchukuo, and the book is erased. Very clever title to spell it that way. So, John, what you're basically saying is that the forces of atheist Marxism that have infiltrated the Democratic Party, the forces of critical race theory, ultimately are themselves racist and ultimately are seeking to erase black Americans, principally through abortion and they have been successful largely in this over the decades and it's time for people to wake up. That's perfect. That's correct. That's exactly what I'm saying. And through this erased book, I deal with several chapters displaying the heinous crimes and the evil venom of Planned Parenthood and Margaret Sanger and evil woman who said that she wanted to exterminate the black population. And Planned Parenthood recently removed her name from her prestigious clinic in New York during the summer of 2020, but at the end of the day, they're still propagating her mission. She was clear. She wanted to eliminate every black person off the face of the planet because she felt that blacks were not willing to live and or exist. She wanted to eliminate and kill everyone who was deformed and even Jews. She was an evil woman, but today many black support a political party that seeks to propagate the ideologies of Margaret Sanger. Margaret Sanger also said that she wanted to use the black preacher to deal with rebellious negroes if they refused to support the abortion industry.

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Critical Race Theory Is Destroying Black Communities

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:24 sec | 2 hrs ago

Critical Race Theory Is Destroying Black Communities

"I was a kid, we have had black people voting for the Democratic Party. Now, the Democratic Party has never been good, but it's gotten worse and worse and worse and worse. And I have to say, if you ever cared about black communities in this country, folks, you got to wake up, pushing critical race theory is destroying black communities. That is a fact.

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Why Happened When Assange Was Holed up in Ecuador's London Embassy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 2 hrs ago

Why Happened When Assange Was Holed up in Ecuador's London Embassy

"Roth is here who is an attorney for some people that went to go meet with Julian Assange journalists and lawyers that were then spied on walk us through that. So he's in the Ecuadorian embassy. And then the equity embassy. Let me just make one comment on what you said. Even if my argument is, even if Julian Assange actually told these people to go out and get bad stuff, that's still not a crime. That's what the press does every day. But let's go to the embassy. Let's go to the embassy and that'll come out. And what I'm concerned about there is any investigative reporter who set the way with the lower perspective. Or in that part of the need that letter, that's not illegal, but let's go to the 5 case in particular. By corruption, but I think it's just being with between the press and investigative reporting and someone taking information Manning and Snowden did. So what would happen was while he was in the MSD for 7 years, people went to visit him. People went, his doctors, his lawyers, his friends, his colleagues, and when he went into the embassy, they had a protocol. You had to actually give the embassy security your following your tablet, your laptop, everything you had had to go to them before you walk in to meet Assange, which sounds okay. They don't want any kind of tip we're going to vice ver everything. That makes sense. So what we learned from a litigation in Spain was that the embassy wasn't just holding your cell phone, your tablet, your laptop, while you were in meeting, they were imaging it. So they literally imaged the entire. Phone laptop of people that went in and think about the Ecuadorian government did that. The equity overall, here's what happened. The Ecuadorian government hired a company called UC global. UC global had essentially formed became essentially an age of the CIA because what this UC global employee started saying is, listen, why am I doing this? And we have affidavits at UC global people saying, why am I doing this as setting it to Washington? Why am I imaging it? So you can watch it.

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Former Uber security chief found guilty of concealing data breach

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 hrs ago

Former Uber security chief found guilty of concealing data breach

"There's a conviction in the Uber data breach cover up The former chief security officer for Uber has been convicted of trying to cover up a 2016 data breach in which hackers access millions of customer records Authorities say Joseph Sullivan was convicted Wednesday in San Francisco of federal charges for concealing the breach in which hackers stole data of 57 million users and 600,000 driver's license numbers Prosecutors say Sullivan concealed the breach from the Federal Trade Commission and secretly paid the hackers $100,000 in return for promising not to release the data Uber's new management uncovered the truth in 2017 and made the breach public the hackers pleaded guilty in 2019 to

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California agencies float Colorado River savings in drought

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 hrs ago

California agencies float Colorado River savings in drought

"There's a new proposal to save water from the Colorado River California water agencies that rely on the parched Colorado River say they are willing to cut their use by about one tenth The proposal to cut 400,000 acre feet annually marks the first time California water agencies are publicly and formally indicating what they're willing to give up since federal officials demanded major cuts the summer the agency's supply water to farmers and millions of people in Southern California drought exacerbated by climate change is diminishing the river which provides about one third of Southern California's urban water and is the only source of water for farms in the imperial valley California shares the river water with 6 other states tribes and Mexico California however has rights to the single largest share and is the last to lose water in times of shortage I'm Lisa dwyer

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Newt Gingrich Shares His Diagnosis for the Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 11 hrs ago

Newt Gingrich Shares His Diagnosis for the Midterms

"Very special guest right now who really understands what's going on in America. Mister speaker, Newt Gingrich is with us, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. It's great to be with you. It's always fun because you do such a great show. Well, thank you. I appreciate that. And love your commentary, especially recently. So mister speaker, it seems as if in the last couple of weeks things have really turned positive for Republicans going into the midterms. We're 34 days out. It seemed like the Democrats spending spree over the summer and they're kind of synthetic raising of their candidates. It's collapsing all around them. What's your diagnosis heading in November where we stand right now? Well, we're about where I thought we would be back in the spring. When you have this level of a cost of living crisis, you have the price of food going up 13 and a half percent in one year. You have the gasoline prices going back up. I paid $5 and 5 cents a gallon last Saturday. You have crime and all the big cities. You go to, for example, the race in Pennsylvania. Yes. Philadelphia just had its 1000th carjacking of the year, a record. And they still have three more months. People 70% of the people in Philadelphia say crime is the biggest problem they've got. Well, that really undermines the Democrats. So you look at those, then you look at immigration, the amount of fentanyl. You realize that a 100,000 Americans a year are dying of drug overdose. That's twice the deaths of the entire Vietnam War. And all these things are coming together, you know, really simple way. It ain't working. Big government socialism isn't working. Joe Biden isn't working. Chuck Schumer isn't working. Nancy Pelosi is in working. And I discovered yesterday. I was in Des Moines, Cindy axton, who is the democratic congresswoman from Des Moines. Was supposed to be voting in August. She signed a note saying that because of COVID, she couldn't come. She was actually a vacationing in Paris. When she was supposed to be voting.

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Chinese Communist Party Runs Police Outpost in NYC

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | 13 hrs ago

Chinese Communist Party Runs Police Outpost in NYC

"You are questioning whether or not China really has police stations in America. Yes, Washington times dot com. China establishes police station in New York City. They are called the safeguard defenders on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party, and they have over a 110 overseas stations that help the Chinese Communist Party crack down on all illegal and criminal activities involving oversea Chinese. That's not what it is. What it is is cracking down on dissidents that might disagree with the Chinese Communist Party. They are building their colonialist international experiment, but we can't kick the Chinese out because that would be intolerant. You see, because diversity is what we worship. And if you would daresay the Chinese Communist Party is not welcome in America, they'll call you a racist. Do you see how when you make the accusation of racism so potent? It makes your country less safe at all ties together critical race theory, tolerance, the weakening of America, diversity is our strength, tolerance, is everything we care about and weakens the country. It makes your children have to grow up in a New York City with Chinese Communist Party police stations.

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Was China Colluding With an Election Tech Company in Michigan?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 13 hrs ago

Was China Colluding With an Election Tech Company in Michigan?

"The question that many of us should be focused on is where is our voter data being stored? For 34 days out from the midterm elections and the drum beat is continuing and the red wave seems to be building. We've been asking the question, what do Democrats have up their sleeves? We pinpointed the potential disruptions in the 2000 22 midterms that we're going to see in just 34 days as ballot mule shenanigans, late October surprises, billions of dollars being spent by Democrats, and we also just have a very simple question about the process of our elections, which is the Chinese Communist Party able to manipulate, spy on, profile, American voters is just a simple question. Well, there's a company that all of us need to be aware of and many of you are aware of it. And yet many people in the conservative media and almost all of the activist media is ignoring this. It's a company called conic. Now on October 3rd, The New York Times wrote an article. Stuart Thompson wrote an article about how far right election deniers are pushing forward a conspiracy theory that conic had secret ties to the Chinese Communist Party. This is one of the greatest self owns in the history of The New York Times. If we had an honest media, The New York Times would be bankrupt, run out of town, laugh that, mock that and boy, are we going to mock them openly and repeatedly here on this program? The New York Times wrote this article saying if you dare believe that conic had ties to the Chinese Communist Party, then you're a conspiracy theorist. This is an October 3rd. Now why would The New York Times write this article on October 3rd? They probably wrote this article on October 3rd because they were getting whispers that an indictment might be looming and they sent this article out as metaphorical smokescreen to try and dissuade and to stop any sort of narrative from forming against conic.

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Kindness Is Not Attached to Government

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:21 min | 14 hrs ago

Kindness Is Not Attached to Government

"So there are people of all political stripes in church, but we offered up the question. Is there a scriptural issue? Where the Democrats simply have it right, the Republicans don't. And we took about 60 seconds in batted away. I hate to I don't want to stem what could be awesome calls. If you still want to try this, it'll be fun. The notion that Jesus wants open borders. The notion that Jesus teaches a certain kindness that says that a boy ought to be on the girls track team because it's just the kind thing to do. Or he ought to be let into the girls bathroom because it's just the kind thing to do. Kindness is scripturally discussed at length. It's what we do as individuals to and for each other. The definition of kindness is never never defined by what government does. There's nothing remotely scriptural about a large welfare state about any particular immigration policy, et cetera, et cetera. And in terms of what we, how we interact with each other, there's nothing in terms of kindness that says that kindness requires that we abandon all kinds of other types of common sense.

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There Is No Scripture Against Borders

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | 14 hrs ago

There Is No Scripture Against Borders

"I hear you like Jesus. Yes, I do. What is Jesus think of Greg Abbott putting migrants on a bus and shipping them up to sanctuary cities? Well, rather than go with my personal politics or whatever. I go to scripture. Again, if the subject is, what is Jesus think about X, Y, or Z? What does God think about X, Y, or Z? It's best not to riff just off your own gut feeling. Go to the evidence. There is nothing. Nothing in scripture that says that countries should not have borders. There is nothing nothing. In scripture that says that lawlessness must be a part of charity. There is nothing in scripture that would seem to frown on the migrant trips to sanctuary cities. Nothing. There's nothing in scripture that says you need to be a sanctuary city. Nothing. Charity and kindness are human. Traits. These are things that we are supposed to show to each other. It is purely a leftist index card, a liberal trope to try to pitch the definition of kindness as coming through the channels through the beneficence of government. Kindness and charity and Christian goodwill are never measured. Never to be measured. By what government does.

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A Vote for Herschel Walker Is a Vote for Life

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:03 min | 14 hrs ago

A Vote for Herschel Walker Is a Vote for Life

"We do not know if the charge about Herschel and the abortion in 2009 is true. We can accept or reject his denial. I'm choosing to accept it. But we don't know. We don't know like we know our own names like we know the two plus two make four. We don't know if that story is true. However, guess what we do know is absolutely true. And keep in mind what people are trying to do is come to those of us who are pro life and go, ah, hypocrisy. Come to those of us who are pro life and try to peel us away from Herschel. Well, I don't know. If that Herschel story is true, even if it is, it could well be. There's a story of a lesson learned and redemption achieved. Of course, you'd have to be talking truth about that. Part of redemption is telling truth about it. He denies it says it's not true. So since I don't know, and here we are butted up against that wall of I don't know. Here is something you do know the alternative if you don't vote for Herschel if you stay home and not vote for Herschel or switch on over to a reverend Warnock, he wants more abortion.

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Nevada Democrats Worry Latino Voters Will Stay at Home

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:21 min | 15 hrs ago

Nevada Democrats Worry Latino Voters Will Stay at Home

"News for you guys, a numbers are looking very good for Republicans there as we move forward and begin our 2022 midterm election coverage. Nevada Democrats are terrified. They're talking about a worst case scenario where Latino voters are threatening to stay home. And one of the reasons why is the Democrat parties done nothing for that demographic. Melissa Morales as president of a local Hispanic PAC, she says it's what's keeping me up at night. What I'm looking at is do Latinos actually turn out to vote this year. And the question is if they turn out in big numbers, they will vote Democrat, but if they don't, it could give Republicans big wins. I would contend that a lot of Latino voters are looking at what's happening at that border. They see that hundreds of thousands of illegals are just pouring into the neighborhoods and taking jobs away. Filling the classrooms. I mean, how much money is having to be spent, and many of these border towns on just English teachers teaching kids how to speak English. These are teachers that could be doing other things in the classroom. All at taxpayer expense. All right, so anyway, great job, keep it up in Nevada. And I'm

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Brian Kilmeade Should Have Expanded on Herschel Walker's Redemption

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | 15 hrs ago

Brian Kilmeade Should Have Expanded on Herschel Walker's Redemption

"Herschel Walker had a conversion experience. He became a new man. You heard him talking about redemption. Kilmeade should have followed up that question with what do you mean by that? So you were one way in 2009. And I don't know, Herschel Walker may have very well paid for the woman's abortion. I don't know. That's between Herschel and God and whoever that person is. But the reality of it is this if after that event and these horrible things and we've heard the stories and he's actually admitted to a lot of the stuff, the bouts with anger, mental illness, the family stuff, he's admitted to all of this. So if, in fact, all of this happened before 2009. In 2009 he has some sort of a religious conversion experience that Herschel Walker is a new man. And if any of us who profess to be Christians, if any of us are out there, condemning this man for his past behavior, that in and of itself is a sin. His old life has passed away and I want to get into a sermon here on national radio. But if in fact, we do believe that God's grace is amazing and can save a wretch like me as we sing in the song. Amazing grace, the song, not my call screener, an executive producer, who is amazing. But if we truly believe that, then we have to believe he is a new man. That is the question. That should have been addressed. But they didn't know to ask that. Because we're dealing with people who don't understand those concepts. And conservative talk radio.

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Herschel Walker: 'No One Is Perfect'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:01 min | 15 hrs ago

Herschel Walker: 'No One Is Perfect'

"So hersha, you're saying that you weren't the perfect dad or the perfect spouse, but you've been redeemed. Is that what you're saying? Oh, that's exactly what I'm saying. No one is perfect. You know, I even said that at a meeting, I'm a center. We all seeing before the glory of God, but every day I get up in the morning, I pray to God that let me do his will, and that's the reason I'm in this race right now. When I see people getting hurt on the street, the crime that's going on right now, the crime is going on because the senator will not and Joe Biden. I see the crime going on and seeing nobody want to hold anyone accountable for. I said, not on my watch. I see the way this economy is. And they saying, but not in, it's okay. Well, it's not. This is a new normal. Well, it's not. And I want people out there to know it's not a new normal. And if I told them, if I had to fight alone, I'm willing to fight. I love America. I will fight for America. I'll fight for Georgia, and that's the reason I got into this race. Yeah, 250 people pack a church last night in support of you and you've already raised over $500,000 since Sean Hannity's interview last night. And so you still have seems like you're backing is still there.

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Doug Sits Down With Ken Paxton, the Attorney General of Texas

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:50 sec | 15 hrs ago

Doug Sits Down With Ken Paxton, the Attorney General of Texas

"Don't mind, take a minute or two and just sort of tell us about being born in North Dakota. You know, why not? You know, here we go. And just bring it up to where we're at now is sort of giving them a background of who you are. Yeah, so my dad was an air force B-52 pilot, so I was born in mine at North Dakota live there the first 5 years of my life. We moved to Florida for a couple of months where my dad trained to go to Vietnam. He was flying a smaller plane in Vietnam. And so then we moved to New York with my grandparents, while my dad was a Vietnam for a year and from there, North Carolina for a few years and then I mostly grew up in California. Escaped California moved Oklahoma and then when I had a choice, when I was 18, I moved to Texas and went to Baylor university and ultimately ended up at the University of Virginia law school and then back in Texas and married here in four children that all were born in the great state of Texas.

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"ups" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Where do you look at has Rowan Mattel? Yeah, that's an interesting question to think about. I've always been a Hasbro guy. I've always felt like Hasbro was the better the better run company. I think seals some far more lucrative partnerships and relationships that Mattel wasn't able to get a hold of. You pay a lot of money up front maybe to get that stuff, but it plays out over time as very beneficial. And so I feel like Hasbro is still going to be the company to beat. I mean, Mattel has really come from a dark place. They went through some very challenging times and it's nice to see that business doing better. But to me, the big wild card for Hasbro right now, it's obviously it's unfortunate we saw CEO Brian golden recently passed away. And he was, I think a real key to the business is success through the years. You just ran the company very well. It's going to be crucial that they get someone in that CEO spot who really is going to be able to embrace this vision of digital and entertainment going forward to be able to realize the most out of this business. It feels like they're head in the right direction. So maybe that's something to pay attention to really is if new leadership just gets in there and just kind of blows everything up. That could be concerning because it feels like Hasbro's set up to succeed. I'd give the leg up to Hasbro there, but certainly nice to see Mattel still fighting. Halloween candy. We're just a few days away. I've resisted the urge. Several times over the past week, when I've had the opportunity to buy Halloween candy, I've resisted the urge, but at some point, I'm just going to I don't know, go to giant or CVS and I, with a fistful of money and just throw it down and say, take it..

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"ups" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Limitless financial resources, whether you love it or hate it. It's very difficult to make a case against it as an investment given what we know. UPS shipped fewer items in the third quarter compared to a year ago, but revenue was up 9% and shares of UPS are rising today and hitting a new all time high. I don't want to read too much into this so you tell me, are there any takeaways for the holiday season? Because global supply chain is a huge theme this year, this earnings season do you get any clues from UPS about how they're feeling about handling capacity over the next few months? Yeah, it feels like the head of the headline on The Wall Street Journal. I think said it all. It said UPS revenue rises as it ships fewer packages. That's the dream. That's the kind of headline you want to see. We're doing less work and we're making more money. That is that speaks to the strategy, though, that they consciously pivoted to. They are focusing on not necessarily volume, but working more with their most valuable customers. And they see certainly the return to in person shopping has impacted volume probably we'll see an impact in regard to the holiday season as well just through the supply chain issues. But it feels like they are less and less dependent on that, which is obviously a very good thing. The business itself really a very impressive. I mean, revenue grew 9.2% from last year operating profit on an adjusted basis was up 23.4%. There are actually realizing some pretty strong pricing power. So they're re upping with their most valuable clients and they're realizing strong pricing with those clients. So it seems like the strategy is working out very well. The domestic business very strong 12% increase in revenue per piece international revenue was up 15 and a half percent. The logistics business doing very well. And so all things put together, you can see why over the last 5 years, the stock is up 135%. For a sleeper like UPS that a lot of people probably view is just your stay boring business. It's been a tremendous investment and it really kind of feels like they're poised to keep that performance up. In defense of people who look at UPS and think it's a stayed boring business the trucks and the uniforms don't help in that regard. I'm not knocking them. You know, you could look at that and say, hey, they're not spending frivolous dollars trying to make their trucks look jazzy and sprucing up their uniforms every year with some new design. They're just like, now brown's good for us. It's phenomenal brand equity. It's just so identifiable and you always recognize it immediately. It's really powerful. Hasbro's third quarter profits and revenue came in higher than expected. The company also warned that supply chain issues would hit holiday sales, but shares of Hasbro still up 3% so far today. Yeah, I think this is a far more interesting report, not really because of what they delivered for the core, but what they see coming this quarter and the next several quarters to come..

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"ups" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"The show last tuesday. Yeah i think. I think we didn't talk about it. Aren't all right all right. So yeah we might we. We've got gotta jump right into that. The draft is coming what we got here. Maybe maybe Monday we could do a bonus episode. that'd be fun. I'll see if we could sweeten recap the draft nor preview the draft on monday. We could see if we we'll try. We try to do that. Let's see let's see what we can do. Maybe at sunday. But it's a good point. Let's let's move to a w Even though there's so much always do on both shows on both brands. I should say I i loved. I loved daniel bryan and and kenny omega To me it delivered everything. I wanted from their match. I had no issue with the Time limit i know. Some people had an issue with time limit. I have no issue the time limit because as long as you use it. Scarcely i think that's a good spot to do it. I don't i don't mind happening there. You're starting i don't. I'm good with delaying the start of that story out. I'll tell you so. I don't want to I do have some things. I don't like But as for what they did they did some fire. Kenny hit that running v trigger off the ramp into brian into the ropes. That was i looked like he literally took his head off. I mean brian's chest was bright red like they were listen they were. They delivered to me. Kenny and brian knocked it out of the park. I loved it. I did not need the shihaz after. And i've said this too many times a e w i don't know if there's a tony com thing i don't know where the issue is. They do not get the mas. They don't ever know how to do it. It always feels to me. Like forced and off. And i don't know i could have. I could've taken them fighting after the bell as she g and they just need to bring in more reps to break them up. And that's it. Like i just don't i just don't really need the everyone else coming down with daniel bryan i. I don't need to see him. Lining up with lucia soroush. I'm just good on that. I don't know my am. I missing something that awa fans are going to go before. But i'm just kinda good if you. We both thought because i i mean just bryan danielson being with them. I don't think they established that enough. So i get that kenya omega the leader of the elite and every time that things go bad for him that they're gonna show up but They didn't say enough to me. About why jungle. Boy and lucia sars moco stunt and those like rebels sorta needs to be backing up. Bryan danielson like i don't i don't get it. I don't get amazing though matches phenomenal. So i just wish they'd stop with the chamois stuff and i felt that way again with the rampage. Sh mas with american top team and jericho and hager. I didn't need that our they did you every. Ufc fighter on earth came out including where mazafa which is made. Okay not pulling out where a mazda vidal is made and he had a running knee. He hit like he. He actually hit jericho that was made. That was made however the problem is before that they had hundred five pound. Page van zandt. She was hitting jericho with body shots. It looked absurd like it was that they didn't need to so all i'm saying is there's something cool to be done dan lambert's doing a great job and there's something fun to be done with american top team to me. It's too much. it's just a little too much too many schnauzers for no reason. I'm and i'll tell you you know the the forest hill show had some mrs to me. the j. f. match which. I was really excited for with brian hillman. I just feels like it. Maybe should have run on rampage. Crowd felt incredibly dead during that Now mj picking up with darby allen on this week's dynamite. Now we're talking about something. now. I i wish the brian kilmeade gotten over better in new york and hopefully it still served a purpose for brian hillman. But as we get into 'em j. f. and darby now. I hope we're getting that should be mj f- roll into another one of those classic a w. style the way they do it like eight months stories. Let's go right in that. It should be right that let them roll. It should be this company rush through and you can have staying in wardlow like you got. You got options here. So that is a phenomenal place to be for darby and mj f. And you hear james line. This week. I did not. He said he's threatening a w to treat him right. And said i got bruce prichard on speed. Dial imagine if he does he does he does. He was saying from my m. l. w. days. I guess percha was msw from it. I didn't know. I didn't remember. That was w was very specific very specific. And then of course. Punk comes in and buries richard by going. Everyone has bruce on speed speed. Dial who cares. That might be. But i will tell you. They have a distinct advantage in being the quote unquote underdog. They can reference. Wwe wwe can't reference a. W they can do it. I don't know that they can't they just won't because it would look really now it'll feel like punching now. It would be really dumb to do it. It would your if you're the established brand. Listen you can tell how establish wwe is when twenty thousand people chant. Yes at aws shows okay. Wwe is kleenex. you know. And and this new tissue company. It's a comfortable luxurious tissue. That people are really enjoying but the fact of the matter is the amount everyone who enjoys this new tissue. Ninety two percent of them still have kleenex house. What you don't need to do as kleenex is tell everyone. But there's another tissue out there that's really nice. Maybe don't know it. So i don't think you can do that. But if you're eighty w you can throw in all those zingers because every one of your viewers already watches or watch. Wwe doesn't matter. Does it get to a point where it can be overdone though. Yeah what kind of done wrong sir. But it's not being overdone yet. It's brand new..

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Cheap Heat

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Slam has been justified. I think it worked out. I think i think the story is meaningful. And how about this and this is exactly to the point. I made about big e winning. Not necessarily being the best thing i think. Bianca is more now than she was when she lost the title. I think that's true. I just want to go back. Because i didn't get a chance to talk about biggie. Please leave the idea of the new day being back together after you know the the the idea of new day being together and the idea of the hurt business being back together. And we'll get to that. I know but i'm just saying the idea of the two factions. Being feuding is getting closer to entertainment to me that it wall search entertain Yes sure yet. No but i like the idea. I love the hurt business. And i love the new day and i love biggie. So the idea of those of that sort of six man tag. The idea of you know survivor series team series match between you know a between them. The feud between bobby biggie. The only question is how are they gonna find dust. There are so many conceivable survivor series matches right now. That will make sense and make you excited. How are they going to find a way to do none of them. That's my question. How are they going to find a way to make it one or two survivor series. Matches were the alignment is like smackdown and raw. It has nothing to do with these family factions and friends that all perfectly are suited. Like this. i know annoy. People is eight every year. But oh my god you're so right you take the new day in the hurt business. The hurt businesses three plus. Mvp should be back by survivor series. That's four right. that's enough. They had one person to the new day. It's the new day and drew mcintyre. Whatever you had one other person with them that's it that's adversaries manny. Though they don't they could do a strong six man tag. No batch who wouldn't wanna see that why would why would you rather make it a six man tag like. They do any week for survivor series. I should just be on. I'll tell you what i'd like to say. Well that could do it. Three on three survivor series match. They don't need to shoehorn somebody into the blood line or the new day just to even would it. Be nice for me ready. I mean you're right if you'd rather see a six man. They won't make an elimination making lemonade. They've never holloway. Hold on a traditional slash as matches. Fob on five right. They cut it down to four or four just making in one thousand nine hundred nine this just making a traditional what they went back when they they've been doing foul fives. I know but the traditional they play with the number so don't even need to add a new member. Just let them do an elimination at all right. Fine whatever. whatever. It's not that big of a point it just. I don't even know why you're arguing this. It'd be more fun to have a traditional foreign four. that's insane who's the fourth and wash shoe on somebody into this coup cares. They have a survivor series. There shoehorning shoehorning that was the whole thing. Ultimate warrior have to do with the texas tornado. And to do they let me just find people who have a like minded interest and good guys and bad guys. I just don't like when it's based on brand lake. What why don't we have heels baby faces on the same team because they're on the same brand to me. That is weird. Go ahead okay. What would be is if they if they had the hurt business versus the new day versus The line and a you know if they wanted to throw fourth person and they had heyman pick a couple of bumps and get eliminated. I what him three teams though. Who's yeah match the. Yeah all of this. So now so i was just giving stack. I greg a hard time. Because i was like a three man survivor series team. That doesn't make any sense. Faction of all the factor series match. If you're the same enough cup with all due respect i guy. You stopped talking over each other. Dip give it the same. And i responded to the exact same way. I know you're it was a little. No it wasn't. I literally just first of all. I didn't even say anything all i said to. You is like why that doesn't make sense to me. I'm saying exactly minute dip. Why would never. That's not a survivor series match. You just made up a new pay per view. That doesn't even make sense. I think he's telling the person who's in housing. Go away does it. Does it look like he's the elliott somewhere someone that'd be reprimanded just got work being done in his house and i think he just said lee alone on during the podcast until he says these five but he's not fine. Been either of those ideas. Make sense I just. I just wondering how they're going to find a way to not let us get one good traditional survivor series match. They feel like every time we get here and then i get yelled at by listeners. Like why do you want the survivor series match to have a survivor series match. Why do you what the survivors pay per view to include a survivor series match. Keep in mind. We're coming off an extreme rules where there was how many extreme rules mattress one now. I'm okay with it in the case of extreme rules because when they overdo one dip you and i watch together in la they had like every match had a stipulation was like eight different stipulations and they were reaches and there were there were things that just didn't even make sense. I.

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NFL Talking Heads

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"Yards. What's your panic meter with. All things atlanta fantasy players. I would have alvin ridley. I would like generally speaking. It might differ depending on the player. But like i would be like a nine. At least i mean. I think calvin really will get his own on certain games. But i don't know why it couldn't have been this game at the same time right and so and if we're gonna include come release draft capital. I think it has been easy. Nine across the board like matt ryan in almost any matchup including two quarterback league. Who would you rather start next week ryan. Teddy bridgewater teddy bridgewater matt. Right matt ryan's down in the daniel jones category. Is that too harsh or no. I don't know. I mean the guy literally one hundred sixty four passing yards and zero touchdowns against philly. Yeah i mean you're not going to see him. Play much worst defenses than than philadelphia. He hasn't thrown for three touchdowns the past couple of seasons. They just lost. Julio jones i i i think there's already lowering. He doesn't run writing his any rushing yards out of him and the offense isn't the same the days of matt ryan throwing for over three hundred yards and three or four touchdowns or long on I think he's not roster. Bill one quarterback leagues into quarterback leagues. You after this game. You better have a third option. Because you don't want to have to rely on matt ryan weekend and we go. Cobb i think is you know. I'm not we're to her about him. It's a little early but everybody else not offense. It's not offense that you want many May players i. Don't i mean cal to get eight targets. And so he's a tight end so that could be one where you're like okay you know. What if the potential worse case scenario is dislike seven points. Then maybe that's not too bad because again he's a tight end but i yeah i don't want i don't want anyone play the buck they play. The buccaneers this week too. So that's not a good matchup. You know everybody bench bench your bench. Your atlanta players. If you have them in your lineup harbor said anyone else left on your panic side. Those are all the names i had. You just brought up in. Lana anyone else on panic. Trump trying to think of any of the big ones that come to mind like. Is there some players that had slightly off games decay mak. But he's not even worth mentioning. There's a lot of him. Yeah and there's a lot of middle round running wide receivers that i think you. We can talk about next week when we start getting closer to. Is this a trend or not trend. Here's here's one saquon barkley. I mean a one. You don't like him but there's a lot of people that drafted him in the top fifteen or less in the second round. Who is who is who denver playing this upcoming week and we find out real quick here. Let's go week to. Because i was reading articles like saquon went up against denver's tough defense in finance. Yeah i'm not. I'm like like why can't saquon. He's saquon the whole point. They play jacksonville. They put it. John denver jacksonville but the giants play washington. Saquon this is. The problem is is exactly. Why didn't they speak here. I know he only played a game and a half last season. But it's the same thing he's not. He's not going to catch passes as as much as we thought he. You know based on his rookie rookie and sophomore years. He caught one pass. Any attend carries twenty six yards like their their offensive. Line is still bad. Their offense is inefficient. Like why can't he passes like at least christian mccaffrey. During the first half was involved in the office throwing him the ball. That's the whole point of saquon. Barkley as you catch passes and then of course you want him to run well but he hasn't run while the last two years ran for two point..

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NFL Talking Heads

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"Then they have jacksonville them buffalo and then casey who just up a ton of yard spoke on the ground in the passing game to cleveland a much inferior offense to tennessee so i think tennessee schedule is definitely going to help them get back on track the next few weeks and i think they're gonna learn from this game and then you can make some adjustments arizona's tough out especially on offense in no ten we're talking about tennessee's offense but arizona came out just crush them so early that i think it's of tough for them for certain teams that aren't set up to come from behind to make adjustments on on the fly the didn't seem like they were they were ready they're prepared for it and they were caught completely off guard one hundred percent and i don't have any you know any panic level on tannehill either i just thought maybe there'd be a little more upset in the passing game this year in this would have been the spot to kind of showcase that end just not there. They are a little bit of thought. They were in this case with tennessee. We see this sometimes early in the year. And we don't know the offense or was it a defensive arizona. There's might be a time to. I mean arizona can go on the road and do this. Tennessee's offense who we know has consistently played very well against almost any any off a defense in the past couple of years if y- they're still saying waivers for whatever reason or you know someone's playing the obviously week-to-week waiver pickups and they they clearly could made me maybe be a big play this year. And that's what they did. The tennessee's offense at home. I got i got one for you in atlanta in general so i know mike matt ryan and hasn't been the same for the last couple of years. Nobody expects atlanta to be leaders but played very well. We thought was going to be a very You know very fantasy friendly defense than play against a lot of other players would have good games. Calvin really caught three balls and the opening drive finished with five catches for fifty one yards. Kyle pits okay. Forecast thirty one yards. Mike davis fifteen carries but couldn't get in the end zone Ending up ten fantasy points russell gauge zero catches on the day Matt ryan obviously zero touchdown passes through for under two hundred yards. What's your panic meter with. All things atlanta fantasy players. I would have alvin ridley..

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NFL Talking Heads

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"I'm surprised we'd really didn't catch up on that on the offense but i mean in the off season but then again i don't care to to follow the detroit lions offense coordinator but as time we we say there's a lot you know these these certain types of coach when someone leaves. It's a different system. We don't know what's going to happen. That's great you know observation there for sure and Anthony always been known for that ever since he was all the way back in buffalo. So i like that as well. Anything else before we move onto the panic meter now. Let's let's get some panic meter panic mater one through ten start off with some higher level guys here that went early in the draft which is more more than likely where. You're gonna have some panic all right one through ten. What's your panic. Level on zeke and being being low zeke. Is i feel like if you drafted zeke in the first round. You knew you're getting yourself into you. Knew like he had a kind of a rough year last year. You know that he has limitations. Because the offense really isn't built around zeke anymore. it's kinda like the transformation seattle may where they came. Pass heavy offense. So i think if you had drafted zeke like me by zeke. I'll say panic meter. I'm probably at a six. It's it's one game at a really good rush defense in tampa bay. It was a shootout not the best game. You know you know version skill. So i'd say six. I just i just don't know what the upside was. Zeke is i think is floor is pretty scary for a first round. Pick and i. I don't know if he has the biggest ceiling of me. He asked to get multiple touchdowns to really have a monster day. Which which he's very capable of doing. But i'd say sex. Yeah when you when you consider a lotta quarterback running backs that you know. Several rounds behind him yeah. He seems very replaceable. I would say five but partially on that is like you mentioned. I feel like where you're drafting him. Even though he wasn't a first round you you look at last year and you say okay. This is a super pass heavy team. He's gonna get a bulk of the workload which is no doubt he'll get the goal line carries which again no doubt but you know dad can run them in. He can pass them. They're still super pass heavy. So i'm not scared and worried. I just kind of go down the middle of the road. Call it a five. How about maclaurin. I mean losing his quarterback for a couple months the lease me. Who knows if fits. Kimberly come back and even be good. Yeah mcclure my pinky. Going into this year i i loved. I loved the chances of him being top two or three fantasy receiver because of its patrick. Because look what maclaurin has been doing his first year in the nfl without any any. Anybody call-back-position right. You plan to wayne haskins. I'm heineke last year. Alex smith So i mean. I yellow ten. Fantasy points I i would say my panic. Meter is is probably at a. I want to be re does sound repetitive. Here but i would say probably six seven ish like michael in full blown out looking to move him for for pennies on the dollar Because we've he's. This is nothing new to him. he's been playing with. He hasn't played a good quarterback entire career. So i still think that he's going gonna be solid. He's be respectable. But like i think is upside is extremely cap now. Fitzpatrick's back probably eight or nine fitzpatrick awful anyways. When you you know for what. That's worth i don't know i would say i would say seven..

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NFL Talking Heads

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"He he he he can't he went to to write and lost one. So i mean we go to keep track. I think maybe two he went he went to one. Went on pittsburgh and pittsburgh right. That's the one. I can think of trying to give them credit on the second. But the the damn guy can't even get to a second and it's just. I'm just tired of passes with these types of quarterbacks who are just they're great they're talented you know. And which is exactly what he is. But he's just uber full of himself and always has been always in just look at his actions demanding a trade on the nfl draft day. Taking the attention away from the team and etc. So i agree there another observation i had with. Qb's was this this new plan which seems to be working. Okay we'll see how well if this develops even more. Which i think the more success can can go to more usage. But we're now seeing these will be only a matter of time before trained lands and in justin fields gets on the field. But we also saw with marcus mariota in in las vegas. We saw it last year or the last couple years takes him hill in new orleans. And i don't know pays him hill. Got any touches. I didn't really see that game and i don't. I'm not gonna waste my time going back to watch it. But taking going touches against james winston probably wasn't necessary. But we're seeing this scenario where it's becoming more comfortable. In the high percentage rate of success with these backup quarterbacks coming in who have a different skill set than than the the main quarterback being used productively and it almost seems like a college gimmick. When new orleans. We're doing it. But now that you see more quarterbacks doing it i can almost see something. Where you know these certain quarterbacks or certain team should i say they're going to draft. It's like it's like a specialty kick returner like instead of putting trevor lawrence in a bad spot or maybe baker. Who can't do something very specific. Let's bring in this guy on third down on one and make it really difficult for the defensive. Stop at down one or near the goal line in the red zone in these certain spots like why not go get the specialty person who you can drop in the fourth who has a little bit of ability to throw. Because he played at a small college. I could see this becoming a little bit of a specialty role. because they're down convergence. Red zone is so important in the nfl. This could develop into something more. Maybe not right now. But because of what we're seeing what fields and lance and and again even like this small role that markets mirror played. It was successful and also prevents those quarterbacks getting a position of maybe injuring themselves. Yeah i think if they use them and then it works then. They will look like geniuses. If it doesn't work. I think i i agree. Like i liked how they brought in trae lands. The niners did and heathrow touchdown pass. I like when the bears brought in justin fields. Anos a it was a passing play. It's like as opposed to them bringing them in the defense. Okay they're just gonna run. It's gonna be a quarterback draw. It's a multifaceted option. Play defense has been so tune to in the past where you had these hill and he only ran it to your point..

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NFL Talking Heads

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"'cause mark mike mccarthy is who he is and they're gonna be passing a ton and so that was very evident in week one as well yup and dak see lamb had a couple of drops a could have even been better for for dallas me. I thought was the best back on the field that he outplayed. Tom brady. I mean they're both. They're both studs but i jack. All things considered was was the most impressive quarterback this weekend that i saw so you know. Dallas offense is the real deal. Their defense is pretty bad Which is good for their offense fantasy players right. They're going to be in these games all the time so that was just a fun game. The watch You know you're watching it. And you want as many shares as the as tampa bay players you know running backs which is another thing staying in the same game is we knew this running back This backfield is going to be a massive even more messy than we thought. I actually liked ronald jones as seventh eighth round guys. But i think it fit in line with our liquid bench asset strategy. And now you can drop these aiming. I'd be perfectly fine dropping. Either one of them actually dropped four net before the game for another player for defense. So i think i think a lot of the games i think overall there were too many things that surprised me so to your point about the players these teams these players are who we thought they were. I think that was held up pretty true for the entire weekend. 'cause there's only a couple things that surprise me Tyler murray you know was a stud there. There are very few quarterbacks. I don't i don't want to get all over the place here but There it was actually kind of slow slower like a lot of people think we won offenses are going to be way ahead of defense. I felt like watching. This of the defenses were ahead of the offensive. Necessarily there's plenty games are high-scoring but i felt like there's a lot of teams that struggled. I feel like there wasn't as much scoring as i would have anticipated for week. One well and there was a lot of scorn. Just sometimes it came in places that you didn't expect maybe like the houston game or you know with detroit putting many points but is there anyone else that just falls in this category. That's worth mentioning. I thought you know a couple of other names. I had here and teams if you want to follow up with any feedback remo cert- who. I hated shocker. This guy went down with an injury. This is what he does every year. Why why did does anyone allow themselves to get into a situation. Where you're drafting. Were expecting something different. So i thought he was someone who we thought they were. Kansas city's offense the giants. The offense is pathetic. And anemic adam feeling who we weren't high on was adam phelan kansas city and seattle seattle. Who as much as we want them to keep throwing more than change. Oc well guess what this still throwing you know. Not a lot of passes assuming they had the lead and russell. Wilson is uber efficient and can only imagine what his scoring output would be at..

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F**ks Given

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on F**ks Given

"I think we all fucking needed to you. Your holiday for a lot of people getting away is so imperative to their happiness and travel since march. Roy and always has been. You've been a muslim traveler. And of course the last year that's gone by. It's been hard so even though it's a risk doing and booking something just booking something in place to be like yeah fuck you. I'm going to go and do this. And yeah maybe. I don't have the fucking money but it will. You won't find a way you will make the money and if it find the money they will work and if it doesn't work then it will be moved to a time that you can go away but booking that in having those dates having the flights even just not not saying like oh yeah. She'll go on holiday. That doesn't count. You need to book something in and spend the money for it to actually compete in your brain. Yeah yeah but you know. These things are a by a week. Later i i can say i'm okay. Yeah like. I can't say. I'm not happy but i'm okay. I'm going through the waves. The emotions come up and they go. You'll get two points where you're like. Why am i not feeling like i should be fitting side I was. I was really surprised why wasn't surprised. But yesterday when we were hanging out and then you had that wave. But i'm so proud of you actually saying like yeah i've got a like a wave of sadness because i'm out and about and i was like yes. Thank you for recognising it and talking about it because it you know even just something simple like that changes the way our conversation goes and it was just like suddenly go to go in with the humor and take the piss out something to like. Make the situation a little bit more. Lighthearted go for a drink and that was really nice. But i can see it was still so fucking hard fi but you did it. Yeah i did it. I actually didn't realize. I was like a week though so completely a week after. That was the first time. I had been out and like properly socialized like up before that i had seen like my sister came over and i saw my friend and lou. Yeah i didn't even realize guy on walks. Every day i realized i just not really left the confines of my fourth of like my cocoon. The safe feel being out and about in public. Like i was expecting it at all. I just thought like oh yeah. You know it'd be good to be out. It'd be distractions. Be out like. I won't feel any of the feelings. Awesome out but it was just weird. I just kept thinking. Like oh. I would've usually beedon with him hair or i want to be with him here. Like why am i not with him and just like i guess just like seeing other people saying other relationships i I don't really even know why. That is such a trigger going out and being normal but hard yes. I suppose it's because it makes you brain go like okay. This is noble whereas my fixer. Fucking like cherry on the icing. And you're just like kids not here. Who god and of course here but this has been like. I feel this has been a big wake up call for myself to deal with my mental health. Really look like what. I want in life as well because curve. It has been shown time for all of us and i feel like i've kind of been like treading water this whole time and not really like following my dreams anymore just being like coup just needs to get through this just needs get through this running in quicksand and now it's like okay. I'm now going to like actually start being super proactive to doing things that i wanted to do. And i need a barista. Anita re recharge try and get out elaine. Next month ooh be there for maybe one month to three months and just like reset. Because la's always happy place and my uncle lives. Are there so we can go and stay with him. And it's just. I think sometimes after break-up you need to do something quite like big feels up. I also this isn't even just because of the break up because of covert and like how i've been dealing with it. I think it can catapult the healing process quicker. I don't think everyone has to do something like that. Especially if they con. They might be there always that you can make sure that you have a holiday at home or make sure you do things that do reset yourself But i think it can be reading if you are suffering or if you're still heartbroken after months and months and months of trying to heal the do big and make a change like it again. It's about happiness. Right is basically about if you mental health is an in a good place. If you feel depressed if the anxieties get t- too much about in any aspect of life. A change needs to be made whether or not. That's like you know cutting out a person in your life changing a senior removing house. New work like new i would. I would even question whether at that point. It was still a heartbreak on just depression. Yeah yeah very good point. Yeah so interesting. It's fascinating you just love learning about it. So much Cells proof Yeah.

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F**ks Given

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on F**ks Given

"He was the one that was like like this need. This did need to happen. Florence like this. You know this needed to happen. We both knew this needed to happen. I think those really saad narrative was going on in his head was like you deserve so much better than me and i was a constant that like no. You can't that you cannot say that to me because we were both deserved each other in this relationship and he replied like being like. Yeah i i agree with that. And then he was just like. I know this is going to be really hard. But i don't think we should talk for a while like unveiling super like we. We were both feeling like the emotions and he needed. He needed the space. And i'm so glad that he texted me asking the space and saying that we shouldn't talk for a while. Because i don't think i have the courage to do that until let go philly. I would be like pulling on like holding on tight to any kind of like source of the drug yet. Iced-up city got my hands on your ring right frame of mind just like i don't care like i want this quick dopamine fix now one i don't want to stab. Yeah and. I don't think that he had the same codependency of me so it was easier for him to be the one and say those things. But this was all to say that. Like the silence between our since. The break-up has been the best thing for the healing of the break-up for both of us over the i don't know what's going on on his side but like for me like just literally stepping away from the addiction and like seeing it for what it actually is like. I definitely i definitely just like. Oh yeah like. I knew that. I knew i had to leave. Because of this things just sort of like became a lot clara. All the reasons why we are breaking became a lot clearer and i had a really good session with my therapist and he was like you know like some relationships. Take you to the gate. And they can't go with you past that gate but they were like a huge part of like you figuring out what you need in relationships in your path. And i really like you know this last relationship really was that for me. I got in my relationship with my ex for four years. I learned that like you know stability commitment like security. I had all of those things that relationship. I didn't have the deep connection and the intimacy so obviously my last relationship really showed me. I could have that deep connection with someone that. I had the capability of loving to the extent that i did a night to have like the intimacy and the sex that was like beyond my wildest dreams like that's what that relationship taught me but it also like didn't have the things thought i knew i wanted which was commitment and aparna to grow with like a partner to think about traveling with to have kids with and he took me to the gate. He he really did. Show me all of those amazing things that i'm capable of in relationships but now i know that i am capable and i can now move onto a relationship where i can find both of those things by deserve. That's amazing. it is incredible. I think of that. I can also resonate with with mine. Thomas's break-up believe honestly believing being like yeah it's fine we're friends is cool and then blaming blaming sounds like a harsh word putting it down to my freakout putting it down to him getting a new girlfriend a moving on and being like oh. It's just because she doesn't like me or something like that. And that's not really the reality like that's narrative i've created in my head. The reality really was for you. Know i wanted that. Dopamine fix i wanted that comfort. And i wanted and i wanted to be desired even though that just sounds really a complicated and confusing it's like i didn't want us to be together so it was just dealing with a lot of deeper issues and then blaming it on something else rather than looking deep inside myself actually. Not and it's it's okay to feel like that. I think that's what we shy away from. Whiskered about is that we don't want to feel like jealousy is a bad thing and and it's like it really isn't it's just part of being human it. We feel these things. It's just being able to actually recognize them. Notice and talk about them and get the only way coulda done. That would be three therapy and the through learning about relationships learning about where we all when it comes to breakup fascinating really. I have been listening to this. Podcast has changed my life. And i do want to shout out because it has helped me so much. I can't even explain. Yeah it's by this guy cooled martin groves and the podcast is called. The mark grows podcast and narrow like there are certain episodes. That just have like just change the the whole way. I thought about the break up of myself. And it's really like it's. I'm learning so much about myself from the episodes and it was the episode could relationships a hard. I was just listening to that this morning. And then the let it burn part one. I'm hot too. Which is about his break up with his so the current partner that he's with they were together previously and then they were separate. They broke up. I make bazzi gabar. But the the two episodes at one is about the break-up and then is about healing inbetween. Oh my god like mind blowing. If you're going through a break up just listen to those episodes and you will be like oh cool. Okay now. I can start my own healing journey. I know this was the right decision. It just makes you a lot more confident in your decisions. Which god's going through there's a lot that you lose the break up and you don't lose it you feel like you lose it you know it's like identity and comfort and you feel like like so alone but being able to be like okay. I'm ready to start the healing process. And actually actively go out and do these proactive things like listening to break up carson and going and seeing therapists and reading focusing on the things that make you as a person happy before dot person was ever in your life really going down to the basics. I even if it's a really small one of the things it was like. What makes you happy by yourself. Not with anyone else painting my nails and she was like yes like therapy. Yes that's it that's great. What else i know. Like maybe repairing some socks with a sewing kinsley yes Up all the way up to taking yourself out for dinner getting a takeaway going and seeing a foam. Those lists are so hard to me. Oh i actually like weirdest thing is is that i. My intuition knew that this breakout was happening because the week before i was writing my happy list and really figuring out how to be happy by myself because my brain my intuition she knew she knew it was coming smart brain but that list of happy things were so odd to right. I was like really struggling out. So it's like what makes me happy. Nothing makes me beam. Being with him makes me. That's the addiction talking man. I met on mike sex. And i'm like no comp picks stupid i guess getting a tattoo yeah yet and that doesn't even feel right so you right. Daniela ship but then laid back. And you you know what. Yeah that does not proud of myself for writing that down. A slight driving saying was just like how you say. Yes rivington also. When when my plants grow like twenty on the floor again cooking all this there is a lot of sub flower. Arranging was a big one of mine. I was also like. But i'm not going to buy myself flowers. It's like stop it. Why don't.

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F**ks Given

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on F**ks Given

"Not codependent. Because you imagine the extremes of what you've seen before of not being able to leave the house without each other or whatever codependency can be on such minute levels that you don't even know it's happening to you like there was one line in. That poll costs that made me realize it was. Oh if you if you're saying that your partner needs therapy and you're blaming them for issues. I was like dot has been me over and over again. And that's definitely a pall of co-dependency. I didn't i didn't even realize i just thought well. Obviously they need therapy. I need there but no it's actually going. They really need. Therapy is a big sign of co-dependency and that shocked me. Yeah i think. I'd be saying it'd be insane and we do that. Everyone would benefit needs therapy. I mean it would one hundred percent benefit the relationship but that car dot com be the thing that saves the relationship as well. You can't hurt yet. That can't be the only reason that the relationship isn't working. I just realized that things would get in quite toxic. Because when i was there would be like this constant conversation coming up. That was kind of always knew that this relationship wasn't forever relationship and it wasn't a relationship where we were building a future like at this point in time. I guess. I always had this gut feeling that something needed to shift. Something needed to change a door needed to close in the relationship that we were having now threat to progress in the future in a more positive way or like in a friendship or whatever whatever so of it would become. Yeah what what kind of things if you put practice. You've been super proactive about the saw And it's been like just over a week since since it's happened like because you go into the waves but you're also in a very amazing place of being able to look at it from almost like an outsider's point of view looking in which a lot of people who go through breakup can't do what have you have. You got to that place. I mean probably like just so interested in relationships and everything surrounding relationships. As i am in a different place to most people would be in a break up because this is my wok. Yeah let learning about the psychology. And yes so i'd feel the way do basically just investigating myself like the whole process. Sim brady like living into it. I'm like i've been with sex and relationships therapists nearly a year So i've been looking at this stuff for a long time. And i knew that when well after the first initial two days of like shaq despair like the deepest pay like the day that we broke up with the deepest emotional pain. I think i've ever experienced in my life. I i can't break is. There's the amazing ted video cool how to how to how to fix a broken heart or something and i would recommend everybody watching even if they're not going through heartbreak 'cause it blew my mind and it was the way it talks about heartbreak and talks about the relationship is like an addiction and every time you stalk them every time you talk to the more message than feeding that addiction that you basically just need to go cold turkey for so in that video. He talks about a woman who has literally gone through cancer and chemo treatment and yet ended up finding her way to him with heartbreak. And it being the worst pain should ever been through. And i honestly think that heartbreaking the worst pains we can go through his human. It is like it's west. Grief is like reload pass. And it's like someone die except this looking alive as does someone dying. Very close to that. Pain is not. I don't know it depends on how you see death as well because if death is something that's it really depends on how you see them. Both some some people can do with death in different ways and i honestly do believe that heartbreak can be worse than at chilly losing someone. Yeah depending on how you deal with it but honesty watch that ted. Talk fucking blew. My mind blew our minds. Yeah i mean the pain i mean. I knew i've known for a wild. I was addicted to him and like so many ways like i just what he was my drug. He was my happiness. And i needed that fix like every week so it was hard not site. That was the co-dependency going through withdrawal. Like a hill like matching itching in light. Desperate for some. The craziest thing is like i was the one that initiated the conversation. That led to the break-up. Like i knew in the back of my head. I knew like my heart knew that our path was to separate and it was me who kept mentioning things and kept meant like bringing Bringing it up. And i knew that it would lead to that sort of conversation. I knew that was the finality of it. But when it actually got to the poem. The the moment of the break-up and like actually leaving i was suddenly like my. My body goes into panic mode literally like a like an addict. I'm like we can't do this steak. I was a comedy this is happening like. You can't leave me. Like i was bitch really just like in the worst of my life like it was like you were teri my baby away from me and they were like going like oh this love just like packing up and leaving around me was you know it was just icon is really weird to think that you can go from. I know i need to leave this relationship to being in a situation where you're like. Please don't go walk through this. We can you know. I need you. Basically it's terrifying really that you like the we as humans can react like tat and switching such a quick and it's almost you go on autopilot and you can't control it and it will probably be down to pass trimmers and experiences and how parents you know brought a soften our past relationships and it's literally this is what's important to really reflect on the inside and to look at why we do the things that we do and why we react the way that we do and just like make sense of it because otherwise it can come as a fucking show everyone for sure and like those emotions are so strange as low and i think those are really pivotal point in the process of the healing afterwards which was the next day first of all. I was like kay affiliate k. And then suddenly like me again. I think reality of like what happened in like just the tears like i messaged him just like what if we don. He likes so dramatic. I have we done our lives now with our each other. What we don. Yeah i got like. I would just so. This is when i have a heartbreak. I'm just like so emotional and like so theatrical about own. I'm like going out on a walk. Like in the rain like exciting. All my tears like walking around aimlessly crying on the next day with the walk then his replies where he was that And he he was basically the strong one in the situation and i'm so glad that he was able to be the rock in this transition for us and stayed strong like he was the one that was like i need to go now on the day we berkoff and like he was crying like it was so horrible and then like the next day..

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HowSound

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on HowSound

"Anything i this is me actually being in the world and describing my experience but but yeah i get what you're saying When is it when is it. Okay i think you have to be transparent. You have to say exactly what it is. You're doing and why you're doing it I think it needs to be central to an idea. You're presenting in the story. And i think it has it has to be real in a sense that i'm a surrogate. I'm a surrogate for the listener. So it i think in general it has to be something that a listener could do to you know. That's that's that's plausible. That somebody somebody could be in that situation and would react the same way so in a sense i. I don't try to be Robert smith the person doing this. It's more in a robert smith the reporters surrogate for the listener Come along with me like let's try this thing together. When shouldn't you do a standup. I don't think you wanted to stand up in any story that <hes> has has a lot of information involved in it is very complicated. <hes> is is maybe a story that includes a lot of controversy or partisan stuff i mean anything where you really do. Need an editor to look at your script. It's it's why it's why now that i've moved to planet money and i'm doing global economics. I'm not doing as many of these. Because it's just. I literally can't talk about the stuff off the top of my head. You know credit default swaps this and you know sovereign debt. That i can't do that yet. You know one of these days. Maybe i can go to the fed. Just breeze my way through it with stand-ups but but i can't do it right now. Here's an excerpt from a story. Robert breezed through entirely with standups. It's a piece marking do lincoln's birthday. It's recorded in new york subway train so duke ellington's birthday. Where else are you gonna go. You're going to go to the train. I'm here at forty second street and eighth avenue waiting for the next train and even the young people here know the name was the main. You don't know as one of the pay of music. Great jazz musician. He was predominantly famous nineteen forties in music age. I think that's the rhythm of the train. Their atrial definitely to to to joseph sales entrust rightly are headed for brooklyn in for a treat today because the mta is running a special train in celebration of duke ellington's birthday and here comes into the station. It's an old fashioned. Nineteen thirty nine eight train. The ole train the best atrium inside the duke ellington orchestra. Let's get on board so you have to picture this inside a fully restore a trade as the sixty member orchestra duke ellington orchestra today. I think i think anyone can do this. You know it's it's when somebody when you're doing a story on some food item and they it to you and you put it in your mouth. You have to say something you know. If that's going to be in your story you need to react in some way. And that's just a small form of standup of trying something and saying something about it This what robert. Krulwich told me that i found very useful because he does is very much in his interviews. He says you have to think that you're on the radio at all times. Even when you're out in the field move the microphone toward you and imagine in some part of your brain that you are on the radio right then in there even though you're taping trains going all the way to jfk airport. But i gotta get out here in brooklyn robert smith. Npr news waving goodbye to the antique day. Train here at high street in brooklyn. I wish robert all the best in the classroom at the columbia journalism school. If you find yourself in a class with him asked him to take out his wallet might freak them out but just do it. He such a story nerd. He carries around a little piece of paper in his wallet. That has a drawing of story arc. Ask them to show you to hear more from robert featured him on another episode of how sound and he talked about shaking up storytelling formulas he also wrote a manifesto for transom. About the art of

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HowSound

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on HowSound

"Because this is how sound the back story to great audio storytelling. I'm rob rosenthal. How sound is produced by px and trans students at columbia journalism. School have totally lucked.

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Ride the Omnibus

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Supposed to be going back to how what happened at the capitol viewed and. How will our grandchildren. When they're studying it an have to do a report on it and they have to ask someone who was there or at least their time time. Yeah how do you reflect back on yourself and how if you sanjay. You were shocked. Reading about this in the history books will be like reading about. How did the germans not know this was going to happen. and it. It'll be frankly. It's embarrassing for you. To not know this was going to happen interested in thought to though. So let's say you're interviewing someone who was alive in germany during that time and you're the child in the interview what your questions might be. What did you do that too. I know i felt what you were thinking. And because i'm so articulate. Came out of my mouth are so well spoken. Well thank ya just so you know. There are actually a number of movies specifically about the people who were germans who fought on the side of the hitler youth and sort of the coming to terms that had to happen between both sides after the war occurred. Because it's not like all of the germans who fought in world war two can suddenly easily convert back to. Oh wait yeah. Nazis or wrong but given that it was mostly the entire population of germany. And they were trying to rebuild. It's kind of an interesting dichotomy when you look at the films that have been made on that topic and it's something that keeps coming to my head lately thinking about. How do we rebuild as a nation. I have several thoughts about that. Yeah thank you for asking so step number one was gonna okay. But speaking of germany i was on a virtual tour of germany and one. I noticed about that the tour out with civic toward that i was on. I don't remember the name of the tour everywhere. You turn pretty much end. Maybe just the area. But there were monuments reputational monuments like this is a this is a lake upon full of the tears of the people in the that we murdered this is the wall that represents tau we kept people from going over to safety like he was recognition everywhere of the past. And it. i'm not on your. I've never been to. Germany am not having spoken to anyone. From germany's i don't know the actual perspective. But what i saw was that there was a lot of except i accept my shame. I'm going to do better. That is what we are missing. Here i am a huge advocate of human beings. But i think four black people. Well this goes back to january six uttering to that wasn't that's not all white people all like that and the other thing that was happening for white people and then her for black people on the other side saying don't do that. Don't do that if you're white and your implicit or you don't do anything. Okay i get that too. But then we now apply a label onto people and the people are throwing out things like spicy white or off white. And i'm gonna say this but we don't build up from there and i. I understand the hates anger from black people. But i also know nothing grows from hates. So if you're tell everybody to shut up. I don't wanna hear you to say is what is different than you asking white people to accept the fact that the history has happened. Everything that you are in this country is because of black indigenous indigenous. People have died everything. This country was one hundred brown. One hundred percent whole continent was full of brown people. Now it's mostly white. If you can't see that that what i came here my ancestors came here and everything that i am even. If you're poor and living in shanty somewhere in america everything you are is because black people indigenous people have died. I think until that acknowledgement takes place. And it's not like you know you don't have to shameful because your answer. I never only sleaze. That's you're not listening and you're not learning everything you are standing in front of me. Right now is because of what happened. To black and indigenous people. The read in your. I'm not responsible. My family just came over in the forties while. Why did you want to come here. This country is because of black indigenous people. It is so we're talking about how we change. How do we heal. Yes the monuments in germany were nice. We're not even close with monuments. Here would i have those conversations because quite frankly there's little humility on little with little knowledge because we're also indoctrinated by american history but at this point there's so little humility the people cannot accept the fact that may be black people are right maybe history is rights and i need to look around and see what my life is because of black indigenous people. So that's step number. One acknowledgement recognition number. Two was reparations. I don't think we could get anywhere until their reparations and preparations are completely possible. People have done the math year after year after year. You either killed off. Ninety nine percents of native americans and then saying you can't give them anything. Native americans still living reservations in houses that are falling down around them. That's not okay. No that's not okay and you not you white people sitting in your living any kind of life where you're not living that life that's sinful. The other part of needs to happen is the constitution needs to be changed. The constitution needs to be changed some waiting for that to happen in that constitution change representing the recognition taking out the the biblical rhetoric. That told everyone that this is the promised land. That was just waiting for them right because there was people living here. So let's take that language in that mentality out and then let's monica's answer breakdown. Monica emission reparations and change the constitution areas. Really right now. I am actually literally writing. Johnson said write it down. I wrote it down when monica speaks you. Listen that's what. I know teaching geography to my latin. Once students.

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Ride the Omnibus

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Whom the bell tolls now. Sometimes tiktok one of them was about talking to queen elizabeth. Maybe maybe wasn't so bad. Maybe we messed up. Oh my god. And i'm joking. I got that just to be clear. It wasn't that bad. Look canada what they're doing to digital people. They are not any better now. It's not an what's weird is that canada is so much better about land acknowledgments yet. But they're still not better at to dismiss people know they're not better affronting they really are. They're much better at fronting any By people in canada. That's a consistent story. I get that they hide it so much better. And i'm going to say because what i hear on the news to me. It seems so much better than here. But if you ever want to know what is like place. Ask the oppressed people. Yeah right ben. I might feel guilty. But then i might not be the perfect liberal you know. How does it impact me. What i was saying to your point though andrea about the the seeing the world would you are in visiting or even if you go into observer you live in lake truly impoverished areas. None of this matters. Like i realized i am in a privileged place where i can spend time learning about politics and history and i was not always here. There was highs rice. Spend days worrying about how to see it in diaper my child. That's what i had one that i had to have more money. That's where i was figuring out how to raise my kids literally moment. Get at the time and i could never spend time reading books. I had three jobs not to mention. You know when you're living in the community where everyone is living like this. Yeah you know you might get your hundred dollar track. You might not. You sure aren't gonna hear people talking about it like it's a topic for discussion or when we get our money like that's a privilege that that that is actually probably a myth right that we have no power in that impoverished community feeling and it is reinforced. By the fact that we live is living is surviving on I was am a.

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Ride the Omnibus

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"ups" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"I think i can't pretend and for so many of the lawmakers including mitch to pretend this wasn't going to happen was like win. You shake the soda tan and then hand it to your sibling and pretend to be shocked within the soda can explodes. And you tell your mom. Oh i at did that happen. You don't get to shake the soda can andy. You don't get to watch someone shake the soda can and handed it to someone and then be surprised when it exploded so national healing so on january six. I think the overwhelming feeling that i had was sadness because to watch those people that committed insurrection. Right now i'm not saying. Those people say people who committed the insurrection and to see people who are so. And i'm saying this based on the random interviews at happened by offering reporters on social media Journalists to be so uninformed uneducated and so angry and so hurt and not even knowing how to resolve that and so the resorting to violence. I mean it made me sad to see people who were so desperate and so dumb and this was even before we saw footage of what happened inside I didn't maybe you all saw that. I didn't realize how bad it was on the inside of but even watching. I'm not sure if it was the capital police or who was watching them blue. Let these people walk out of the capitol and baby. Someone said well. It's because they were so overwhelmed. Excuse me it. Joshua lawrence chamberlain held off. Didn't have any bullets in his guard. No-one in his unit had bullets and they still manage to hold off a confederate. Keep them prisoner. You couldn't walk them all in a room you let them walk out and yes. We all celebrate when the fbi gets another one. But why weren't they have date. Why did they get to walk out. Monica because there were white yes They walked out there well. And of course you you even hear the comments in the videos of them saying why are you treating us like this were white. Don't you know that. Okay way to make it super explicit. Exactly how you feel and way to make everybody's point four them very take video are saying that and yarded on social media. I'm kind of jumping around here. No it's okay. It's okay but you're jumping around because it's it's hard to process this in one linear fashion and it's wrong to call them all rednecks and to dismiss them as being. Oh they're the uneducated poor people. Some of them do know very well. Oh and a lot of them are actually have money. They're educated with money and a lot of military training sometimes elite military training. Yeah it's not really an easy situation to parse because it does seem like there is a very specific manipulation of image that is happening on january six to have the capital attack the way that it played out and to have what looks like collusion from the capitol police in a lot of ways and to have the differential of who seemed to be in that crowd where you have people who are very tactical and then you have people who seem like quote unquote true believers. We saw trying to climb. That wall wasn't working out for a lot of them. Yeah they were at but then you have the guys with with the headsets who clearly knew what they were doing. You know talking about it on that day and even moving forward and even why. I hesitated here. It's so hard to label went into that. Yeah it's so hard to label them because you don't want to say okay. We'll white people no it wasn't that rednecks plenty of rednecks at home or in rednecks. Anybody knows the history of the word is i. Compliment wouldn't call them that white supremacist. Then that kinda let off the hook all the other people who were white Go you know. So it's really hard to label you shouldn't be labeling anyone especially when you know that day anti-american rhetoric right. These are yeah so anti-american do stuff like that. It's like god you know so real. It is so complicated complicated emotions complicated vocabulary right to explain what happened that day. So we'll be really interesting to see how i guess from whose perspective is going to be explained. Yeah it would be a different perspective if it had worked for them aweso me. Why are so many. I don't know if it's so many maybe it is used say that uae are so many republicans against an impeachment trial. I think it's because even if they were not involved and they know it was bad they were complicit or they know they know how many of their colleagues it'll bring down and that will destroy party and goodness knows. Party is more important than country but even more important than party is money. Yeah you know you can trace the money find out where all these answers are By throwing wanna do this. Why don't wanna do that because people are making billions. It's all about the corporations that own the politics. You've heard yeah. I was first learning about standing rock back in but every year. That was and i was like. Why is it so important. Why can't go around the land. The people fighting for their land. And i was like oh. People have stocks in whether or not. They're going to be able to go this way. It go this way he we're gonna take their money out of stocks. Where's the money. That's all not to make a huge station. But it's capitalism it is we are democrats. republicans are just the tool of capitalism. Imperial capitalism is what i've heard labeled makes the most sense to me with the most money. Make the most rules. And that's just the way it is. I keep going back to. 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