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Vox Contradicts Their Own Arguments When Roasting Nicki Minaj Over Vaccine

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 1 d ago

Vox Contradicts Their Own Arguments When Roasting Nicki Minaj Over Vaccine

"Vox dot com. Vox yet. Vox dot com. Writes this article going after nikki. Manashe the title is nicki. Minaj is an anti vacs. Exactly that's why her vaccine resistance is so concerned and i just this might be a typo might be a typo but in this article they show how silly their arguments so i'm going to read this paragraph just to spell it out known side effects talking about nikki manashian cousins friend who got issues impotency issues. Just the spell it out known. Side effects of the cova nineteen vaccine. Do not include testicle swelling. Although unfounded concerns about the vaccine and female fertility have circulated. Now just want to say we receive thousands and thousands of messages of young ladies. That are having major issues after getting the vaccine. That's all. I have to say without more context about montages cousins friend illness. It's impossible to know more but it's highly unlikely his situations anything to do with cove in nineteen who said anything cove in nineteen. Do see how they do that. They're in the article. No we're talking with the vaccine cove. Nineteen so the article says well it's not at its side effect of covert not saying that we're saying. Is it a side effect of this vaccine and by the way. If they're in trinidad. What vaccine did they take. That's the other question

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Ian Millhiser, Senior Correspondent for Vox, Discusses SCOTUS and the Future of Roe v. Wade

Fresh Air

01:34 min | Last week

Ian Millhiser, Senior Correspondent for Vox, Discusses SCOTUS and the Future of Roe v. Wade

"Ian millhauser. Welcome to fresh air. It's good to be here. thank you so much. Let's start with the basics about the new supreme court ruling on that texas restrictive abortion law. Can you summarize the basics of this law to refresh everybody's memory before we delve into a deeper. So this is a law. That's effectively a a ban on abortions after the sixth week of pregnancy which is very very early but most people aren't even aware that they are pregnant into until long after that on and this is also the most aggressive antiabortion law that has taken effect in the united states since roe v. Wade in one thousand. Nine hundred. seventy three on sewer talking about a generational shift potentially in how the supreme court is looking at abortion. I think that this order probably for shadows a decision in a case that the court is expected to hear probably this winter that could overrule roe v. Wade altogether certainly is going to take a very deep cut into abortion rights and it's the product of years of work. I mean you you have to give antiabortion advocates credit here. They've spent many decades working for this moment. They elected president trump who promised to appoint judge justices. Who had overruled. Lovie wade at it. Looks like we are now on the cost of a supreme court decision doing just that because the makeup of the supreme court has changed so much

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Big Techs Taliban Problem

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02:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Big Techs Taliban Problem

"Last time the taliban controlled afghanistan. The world of technology looked pretty different. The internet was still in its relative infancy. The hottest tech products were things like my space in aol. Instant messenger and companies like facebook and twitter didn't even exist. Let alone were there. Presidents and prime ministers using social media to govern entire countries. But today it's really common for all kinds of world leaders to be on those platforms and now the taliban is back in power. Social media companies have a decision to make do facebook twitter and youtube ban the taliban because of its controversial past or do they let them run their self proclaimed more peaceful new government at the risk of legitimizing historically oppressive group joining us. Today to help explain. Vox foreign and national security. Reporter jen kirby. Hey jen hey shane. how're you doing. Good things so jen. Can you give us a rundown of what's been happening and afghanistan the last two weeks. Yeah so in some respects. This kind of starts a little bit earlier. Which is the fact that the united states had planned to withdraw from afghanistan and they set the deadline to be august thirty first and so in the past few weeks. They've been packing up and pulling out troops in preparing to leave but as that was happening the taliban was going on basically this route of afghanistan. They were taking over provincial. Capitals and all this is happening really really really fast much faster than the united states government at least said publicly and so two weeks ago. The taliban reached kabul the capital of afghanistan. Where the government is located and the afghan government claps. The president ashraf ghani fled and so essentially. The taliban became the new people in charge of afghanistan. And since that happened. It's been a chaotic and desperate rush to evacuate United states citizens and our afghan allies. Who helped us in the twenty year war in afghanistan. so it's been a mad rush mostly around the kaaba airport to get people out before this rapidly approaching august thirty first deadline

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TikTok Made Me Buy It

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02:03 min | Last month

TikTok Made Me Buy It

"The other day our boss. Julia came to us with a problem on slack and the problem was created by tectonics. Sarah v the skincare brand. That she's used for years and years has suddenly become incredibly popular with teens. Thanks to some talks recommending. It more charlie to getting our morning teens using ceremony for me. I like to use the from now. You just can't get fair v. So we found ourselves embroiled in the conversation about how impossible it is to wash face these days. Thanks to the kids if this is a pretty common occurrence. Actually that talk sends a product viral. It's not always necessarily a really good product but rebecca jennings a senior reporter for. Vox recently wrote about this phenomenon. Rebecca do you want to tell us about it. I would love to tell you about it. Okay so rebecca. It seems like tech talk is selling an incredible amount of stuff at an incredible rate. What are some of the things that people are buying because they see them on tech talk. People are buying so many things because they see them on talk. I think we see a lot of beauty products going viral. That eventually selling out at local drugstore is there are candies. there are snacks. there's toys it's really anything that mostly young people want but at the same time there's there's also like cleaning products that go viral and then are then hard to find so why is talk so good at making things go viral. There's a few reasons for that. So one is like ticked off his good at making pretty much anything go viral. Whether that's a person or a song we've seen that a lot over the past two years and it does the same thing for products essentially and the rain reason is because of its algorithm and how that works and so if you are a person who wants to just become very famous very fast the best place for you to go take talk because what it does is even if you don't have any followers theoretically if enough people like your video as the algorithm shows it to more and more people and if they like it and if they engage with it then that will like snowball into a bigger and bigger audience

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Why Skateboarding Is an Olympic Sport, but Cricket Isn't

Kottke Ride Home

02:08 min | Last month

Why Skateboarding Is an Olympic Sport, but Cricket Isn't

"Skateboarding is one of six new ish. Sports added to the olympic lineup this year. Which has a lot of people wondering what does it take to be added and is some get taken away and sometimes return emily vanderbilt dug into these queries over at vox. She knows that these six new sports mark the biggest edition since nineteen twenty but also that so many events have been removed. The overall number of events has gone down from three hundred thirty nine to three hundred twenty nine. The six new sports consist of four actually new ones skateboarding surfing karate and sportclimbing as well as baseball and softball which were last featured as olympic sports. In two thousand eight and baseball and softball won't be returning in twenty twenty four in paris nor will karate although skateboarding surfing and sport climbing will all be there. And we'll be joined by break-dancing baseball and softball will be back at the twenty twenty eight games in los angeles however what's with all. The shuffling around prevent were a lot of it has to do with the international olympic. Committee's agenda twenty twenty which was adopted in twenty fourteen and part of its aim is to quote give individual host cities more control over which events are metal sports and quote so it makes sense that baseball fanatics japan would bring it back as would the us. And i can see how france wouldn't care as much break-dancing meanwhile makes sense for a continent super into street dancing and as vanderhoek notes while there's a lot of actual criteria for inclusion as a sport and you do need to have global appeal. It often helps if you a appeal. Particularly to the host nation in be are popular with the youths. According to her in. Vox the ioc has increasingly used the youth olympics. A perpetually beleaguered event for athletes between fourteen and eighteen years old as a way to try out events that might merit olympic inclusion break-dancing for instance will make its olympics debut in twenty twenty four after a successful trial run at the two thousand eighteen youth olympics in buenos aires.

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What's on the Line for Chris Paul's Legacy?

First Things First

02:08 min | 2 months ago

What's on the Line for Chris Paul's Legacy?

"You know this. This series started out very well for the sun's up to all look like they were going to go from bubble darlings to title team in a year. I don't have to refresh your memory. it's you remember that probably yonathan. The vox i've turned upside down and for c. p. three it might mean coming up short one more time in the playoffs. Not grade list to be on here c. p. threes teams have had multi game series leads four times in the post season. Only to watch those leads. Slip away. Chris broussard what is on the line night in game. Six for chris paul. There's a lot on the line and obviously the championship but for him personally of is individual legacy yes. There is a lot on the line he would become. If they lose this series he would become the only player to lose four series in the postseason. Where you lead to. Oh okay anna. Point guard is in control of the game of his team. So a lot of that just falls on the coach. It can fall on the point guard. So we've talked about some christmas failures in the past and the postseason if he loses this series those become their a big part of his story. And when you talk about why he's one of the greatest players with barkley malone and you eat in stockton to never win a championship you look at. It and chris is a big part of why he didn't win the championship. Conversely if he can come back and win this series. Those playoff foibles. Become a footnote okay. They go from being a year. He's great but to just be enough small footnote in his overall story. So that is the first thing. Secondly if he wins this series he could become the third player. Only the third player in the seventy four year. History the third small player or normal size point guard to lead a team to an nba title.

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Pandemic Immunoprivilege and how to get Vaccinated

In The Thick

02:04 min | 5 months ago

Pandemic Immunoprivilege and how to get Vaccinated

"We hear it in the fake have been talking from the very beginning about the impact that this pandemic is having on black indigenous latino latina and poc communities last week. Vaccinations opened up for all of the adults in the united states. And wow over. Forty percent of the population have received at least one dose of the vaccine as of this past sunday but always with this pandemic. It's like yes but the rate has been declining with less than three million vaccines being distributed per day. And that's the lowest level since march thirty first. So it's a little bit like what's going on and today we're gonna talk all about this next phase of the pandemic in terms of vaccination equity and this notion of immune privilege which i've been thinking a lot about because i am now. I had a social gathering on friday night in the park. And i'm i realized my privilege to feel safe enough to do that with my girlfriends who were all vaccinated so kisha in a recent interview with seagulls samuel for vox. You said that. There's a moral and a mutual obligation for people to get vaccinated though of course as we know the access thing isn't equitable right. I mean just even new york the fact that you have to have a computer you have to have internet. You have to know how to do it. You have to know how to refresh. So can you talk to his kisha about this question of moral obligation and how you understand this. In terms of the next phase of open access truly open access in terms of vaccinations. So i think what's really important to remember. Is that when you call something. In obligation it puts certain obligations on other people so if i that getting vaccinated against covid nineteen is a moral obligation that then puts the obligations on public health services on governments on our healthcare system to make sure that people can't even get access to the vaccine right now. That's a real big problem that we're

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How Do Taxes Work for Remote Employees? It's Complicated.

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02:30 min | 5 months ago

How Do Taxes Work for Remote Employees? It's Complicated.

"Is april fifteenth tax day. Except it's not the. Irs has extended as yours deadline to file and people like myself now have until may seventeenth to get those forms in but if you're one of the millions of employees who work remotely in the last year you may find some surprise taxes you haven't heard about yet. Luckily my colleague. ronnie. Mola is here to explain ronnie. Hey peter you know used to sit next to each other day after day after day and then the pandemic came and you went away to an undisclosed location somewhere north of new york city as it going up there colder than where you are but pretty good. It's colder and are your taxes any different because you because you live upstate. So for me. It's not that different Because i used to live in brooklyn. Now i've moved upstate within the same state so it's just a matter of you know just paying taxes where i live but to another state. Say like texas or tennessee. You might be a different situation. Why is up. Your taxes are generally based on where you're physically doing the work like where you're sitting in sweatpants and typing on your computer except in the case of these convenience role states which were these states that say hey we're gonna tax you based on where your job is located which kind of just like a whole wrench into how this normally works. So the convenience will states are states like new york arkansas connecticut. There's a they're seven of them and convenience rule states say that they're going to tax you based on where your office is where your job has an office not based on where you're physically working So that's obviously a big deal in the pandemic when a lot of people are no longer working Where their offices and they might be in a completely different state okay. I'm half following. So let's say you had moved to texas along with everyone else in technology. What would happen to your taxes for your current job at vox which is based in new york city since if i had moved to texas a state that has no income tax and it sounds like that's gonna be awesome because i'm going to get to keep more of my money because new york where my job has. An office is a convenience rule state. I actually still have to pay new york income tax. If my job had an office in another state say like tennessee or florida or any of the other non convenience role states i would pay taxes based on where i'm living in that case it would be texas.

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Stay Tuned for a new Vox Media acquisition

podnews

00:12 sec | 5 months ago

Stay Tuned for a new Vox Media acquisition

"Vox media is to buy cafe studios inc founded by former. Us attorney pete's barra and his brother. Vinit publishes a slate of shows including stay tuned with preet

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WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar on a wild first year on the job

Recode Media

01:48 min | 5 months ago

WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar on a wild first year on the job

"Very excited Who is the ceo of mortar media online at jason. Hello peter how are you. I'm good. I don't normally have to do disclosures at the beginning of this podcast but here i have to say that Vox media is working on cnn. Original documentary and i'm involved in that in some capacity so we should clear that up right at the beginning But you know. I was working on a cnn documentary. I did not know that. All i ask is please make it a good one I will do what. I can Jason the last time we talked was december. When you announced that you were blowing up the movie business You didn't say that but a lot of dead You were gonna make all of your theatrical movies streaming day and date throughout this year. People freaked out about it You said it was going to workout. We're now a few months into the experiment. How has it gone. What have you learned. Yes so we're very happy with it. Peter i mentioned this publicly before but i'll restate which is where four movies into it and it's obviously year still but based on what we've seen so far And what. I've already shared publicly. We're very encouraged. And we're encouraged for a number of reasons number one. Is that for those people that are comfortable. They're showing up at the box office. And godzilla vs kong over the last twelve days is a great example of that around the world and people are clearly showing up and excited and consuming the movie selection that we have especially these new movies that you're referring to so i mentioned publicly a couple of weeks ago at our investor day that you know we're seeing that there are among the top titles on the service there helping with churn reduction and and certainly a lot of subscriber acquisition As well we mentioned publicly so So it's doing what we Anticipated and and certainly hope for. And i'm excited to share that.

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Should you buy your grandma a robot?

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01:30 min | 6 months ago

Should you buy your grandma a robot?

"This pandemic has made it harder for everyone to spend time with friends and family and that solitude can have real health consequences particularly for groups that are vulnerable like the elderly or those who live alone. But what if there was technology say a robot that could keep grandma company. Would you buy it. Seagal samuel tried to answer that question. She's a staff writer at vox and the host of the future. Perfect podcast seagal. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so right off the bat. This seems like a very futuristic. Almost tech utopian idea you know robots keeping us company in our old age but like this actually exists right. Can you give us a sense of what this looks like in just terms. Yeah sure so. There's basically i would say. Two categories of the social robots any robot that is playing a social role of role that normally a person would be playing. We typically call a social robot. So i you have the ones that are just designed to give you company companion robots. They might come in the form of a cute dog or a cat or a baby seal or they might come in a more humanoid form a robot that will talk to you in english. But they're designed to keep you company the others are designed for personal care actual caregiving activities. Like bathing you or say lifting you out of bed and into a wheelchair and those tend to be a bit more high end and expensive

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What is ASMR?

WokeNFree

03:47 min | 6 months ago

What is ASMR?

"Before we start the conversation. We'd like to share a little bit about us last time we shared. Would you rather find away or make away this week asking. Do you think muffins are just cakes. Were very odd question. My love yes. Indeed it's a critical questions for some people point discussion. How's that pointless. You know how people will argue about are certain things really just other things. This is one of those type of questions set of people in my life to have those types of conversations with really like the sun. Just a star. Some people don't think like the now. I definitely seen those conversations and maybe have entertain them in a different part of my but not currently though to answer the question i would say. Yes if the muffin came highly. Decorated with delicious toppings. But if it's just a the plano muffin without the trimmings. Then my answer is no you do so your answers is it coming a that makes them a cake. Yes not highly decorated ben. It's not it's been decorate. That's an interesting way to think about. And i'll just say no. I think muffins cakes because the texture of the top is different. It's more cross legged in cake. Kickers a little bit smoother. And it's not so. I don't know the muffin. Top is different. Yeah it's differ woman that make sense. Okay yeah i went over. That's all i'd like us. This substance perspective batupped. Yeah done just. I'm just don't at all based off of looks. I'm not using something like sounds or visual effects. That can be used and you know leads us. Dr next topic does it. S are nice transition our right. Yeah that's that's a great question to bring up now. This is probably what the episode is about. Isn't that worry okay. It's not about the muffins never well. That's the acronym. So let's start with what that acronym means and it stands for economists sensory meridian response. Psychology dot com. They described the experience as happily warm tingling sensation that starts on the scalp and moves down the neck and spine that has experienced by some people. But it's not by everybody. This feeling can be triggered by sounds like brushing hair tapping fingernails or whispered affirmations. Asmar became big in two thousand seven when a woman with the username okay. Whatever described her experience of asm sensations in all mine health discussion forum. So that's where really popped off and then all these now there's tons of videos and communities all center around this s amara experienced some interesting and i also found it interesting article in vox which similarly describes the experiences you did they go on to say also that like many people are some people rather say the feeling is deeply relaxing it can even cause them to sleep so can be peaceful in nature and and they go on to describe it as saying it's it sounds very technical but there's no real good signs or research behind this phenomenon and according to box they said that determines believed to have been point in two thousand ten or my jennifer allen who started a facebook group dedicated to finding out more about it and the term quickly caught on as people finally had a way to reference a pleasurable feeling. They had been experiencing so point. Is you now. I think and and that doesn't necessarily conflict with what you found it could you. Maybe it wasn't titled titled in two thousand seven but interesting that it has dates back to that time period at least interesting.

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Social Shopping Platforms Surge, Making Influencers Rich

Business Wars Daily

03:00 min | 7 months ago

Social Shopping Platforms Surge, Making Influencers Rich

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this thursday march fourth. You know they say. A picture's worth a thousand words. But depending on how many followers you have on instagram. That picture may also be worth a thousand dollars or more. Let me explain a decade ago. Instagram was only a year old but personal style blogs were all the rage. Fashion forward bloggers mostly women but a few men would stuff blog posts with dozens of photos of what they were wearing. But one popular dallas-based blogger. Amber vans had a problem. Her blog was driving significant revenue towards the brand she featured in her photos as readers sought to buy the product she shared but she wasn't making a dime and that felt unfair thus reward style was born benz company. Let's bloggers post links to the outfits in accessories. They wear in their posts and if readers click on those links and buy something. The blogger gets a kickback. Rewards style takes a cut to just two years after it was founded. Several of the companies blogger clientele were pulling in millions of dollars in revenue. Vox reported yes. A million dollars just by posting outfit photos in two thousand fourteen vents turned instagram and created the off. Shoot like to know it. Taking brands and photos with the like to know it. Up the influence or makes money parent company rewards style makes money the brands that are shared make money and all is well and ecommerce land and by. Well i mean really well reward style said its revenue. Last year was one hundred and twenty five million dollars and fashion news outlet business. Fashion reported that the platform is driven over a billion dollars in sales for its retail and brand partners part of reward style. Success can be attributed to that thing. We've all been living through for the past year cove. Nineteen as more people stayed home and on their devices influence or marketing became more prominent. According to the wall street journal and brands that were struggling with pandemic related production delays turned to influencers to hype up potential buyers and more companies are leaning on influencers to sell their products. The share of us marketers using influencers is expected to increase to around seventy two percent by twenty twenty two bad according to a report from research firm emarketer and that means rewards styles rivals are ready shop style which was launched in two thousand. Seven is a fashion focused search engine now partners with thousands of influencers to help them monetize. Their posts shop

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Facebook bans Myanmars military

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05:28 min | 7 months ago

Facebook bans Myanmars military

"A few weeks after a military coup in myanmar. Facebook has announced a ban on its platforms. An accounts run by members of the military. Facebook tends to lean toward the side of free speech sometimes even in the cases of harassment or biased or misleading news and it tries to stay politically neutral but with this move. Facebook is clearly taking a side joining us to discuss. Is alex ward a white house reporter for vox and co host of the worldly podcast. Hey alex hey so. Facebook announces this ban on accounts on facebook and on instagram that are run by the myanmar military. And i guess any related entities them. Tell me why facebook may this decision. We'll take a quick step back here and remember that the internet is really new in me and mar and as it grew. And it's you know people started to use it more. They turn to facebook and it became effectively. The de facto internet of me and mar. If you're against the government if you're in the government you're using it to promote your views and then of course the military for years. And i should say. The military has been effectively in charge of the country for for decades. They use facebook to get information propaganda out. It was also a prominent tool used by them to eradicate the rohingya muslims from the country in two thousand seventeen which has led to about seven hundred thousand to be displaced and others killed so facebook is kind of the life blood. way of both the democratic process in myanmar and also the the critic process in myanmar so as facebook always been okay with you know myanmar military officials using their platform for such deadly purposes. I mean okay in the sense of like if you ask mark zuckerberg was he. Happy that this was happening. no But they didn't really do anything to curtail it Which has been a constant criticism of facebook around the world. Facebook is important for organizing rallies in in many countries. Know that i cover in a bunch of other reporters cover as you know what's app telegram and all these kinds of apps for facebook is is a big one. Yeah so no disease politics aside. Let's say And they were okay. What happened no but they never really curtailed. And i think that matters right and so in this case you could see why. The again i'm oversimplifying. But the democratic and autocratic sides of myanmar turned to facebook because it didn't really matter what you're posting in general until facebook decided it was gone too far but both sides were getting their messages out for the last decade or so right so i guess what changed now. He's had gone too far. I mean what is different about a how myanmar military officials using facebook now versus in. You know twenty seventeen when they were kind of inciting genocide while there's been a coup right and when you're talking about a coup here in your having the coup leaders us. Facebook is like the main tool to overthrow a pseudo quasi-democratic government. Now they look bad. They look on the wrong side of democracy and when it's been a while Where facebook has been hit hard over the russian interference. All that kind of stuff. This is yet another issue in that trend And on top of that you've had the military now shutting off the internet itself. Okay that night so as not to allow the protesters to organize which they would be doing through facebook or any other these these channels so i think facebook perhaps realized that they were being used more in the negative space and then in a positive space in this last decade or so. And let's just be clear like the. Us called out me and mar called it. A coup right. And when you have the us government say this is a coup and then if your facebook an american company you know being seen Perhaps by your government as betting coup. That doesn't help so alex When you're saying that kind of the facebook almost is the internet in myanmar I'm curious what this ban looks like in practice Tell me like if i was You know a resident of myanmar What what does facebook look like right now for me and Tell me just what. It's like to use the internet in in a country That is undergoing a coup but also wordless. Coup leaders cannot access the internet. Well again take a quick step back. Let's remember that the democracy in the country really sprang up around two thousand nine or so. And so that's when you had a bunch of foreign investment come in. You had telecommunications companies come in So this last generation. This last decade has been the birth of the internet and myanmar. And of course. Where would you go. When you first started easy net you're going to go to the established social media platforms the facebooks. That twitter's the in telegrams in the what's apps and all that so now you have in myanmar is one. The internet is working when it is when the government allows it to be up. Now you're on facebook or you're on all these other platforms. That i mentioned in using it to of course connect with your friends to promote your business to get your political messaging for all that kind of stuff. Now when it's off that sort of one track that you had to do all those things gone and so of course there are other platforms. It's not like people are completely shut out or that. They only use facebook. That's of course not the case but that was a prominent website. Used for all this activity so now it's kind of like the the backbone of myanmar's internet let's say the thing through which a lot of activity across the board goes through. That's just no longer available.

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Britney Spears' conservatorship, explained

Today, Explained

05:04 min | 7 months ago

Britney Spears' conservatorship, explained

"Justin timberlake publicly apologized to britney spears even though their relationship ended like twenty years ago. The apology has a lot less to do their bygone romance and much more to do the reckoning over how this country treats its famous young women and britney spears has gone from something of a villain in this story to something much more closely resembling a hero. The freebritney movement deserves much of the credit for that transformation. It's a fan driven campaign which hopes to liberate brittany from her conservatorship constance. Grady has been covering free brittany for. Vox so a conservative ship is illegal solution for what happens if you're an adult but you can't make decisions for your life in your best interests. So this is something that is used if you have a mental health condition or brain injury You're developing dementia. And you're unable to care for yourself. So accord will assign someone to do that for you. So britney went under conservatorship in two thousand eight and under the terms of her conservatorship. She's not in control of her finances or business or personal life so for about two years now going back actually to the point that the conservatorship was set in place in two thousand eight but most intensely for the past two years and especially now since the release of be new documentary framing. britney spears. Fans have been speculating. That the conservatorship has left britney spears as a prisoner in her life and that she might need to be rescued. Okay well let's go back to two thousand eight and talk about why britney spears was placed under this conservatorship. If you think back to two thousand eight you might remember that. There was just nonstop goth coverage of britney spears that year relief and in two thousand seven especially as well. They're repoprt ati following her around. All the time would like wait outside her limo when she was going to clubs to take up strict photos of her and then the entire internet would discuss her underwear and she was starting to react back to them. In increasingly bizarre ways she started yelling at the paparazzi in a british accent once he attacked hover car with an umbrella. Please please seed saved her own head up. Which was all photographed by paper off. They're very famous pictures of her sort of grinning and holding up a to her scalp. She went in and out of rehab. A few times that to the pictures were all over teams. The press helps them now and is performed at the emmy in two thousand seven in this kind of infamous performance where she was sleepwalking through it the press discussed whether she was fat now lot there was a lot going on for her. It was not a good year. Fears has lost so she fits under psychiatric hold twice. What does that mean. She is put in a mental hospital and not allowed to leave what happened. I think that one angle of what happened to britney that we have to hit here. Is that the media industries incredibly sexist straight and even more so when she was coming up. There's one subject we didn't discuss. What was that. everyone's talking about it. Well you'll breasts. There is that whole narrative about whether britain a real virgin and that some like ruin adults would ask her at press conferences. And my of virgin. I think especially when she was with justin timberlake and they've never really cared about justin timberlake's virginity because who would. It was just about britney in her schoolgirl uniform. And you know each. She actually a good girl. There was this intense very sexualize focus on her life. That just wasn't there. In quite the same way for her male cohort. No matter how famous they were. It's hard to imagine that that did anything good for her. And then why does the conservative. Come about a month after the second psychiatric hold. Her father says these are not working. Long-term go under a hold. A doctor will say okay. You're fit to live your own life. Now she'll go out and then she'll spiral and it happens again. So he asked the court for emergency temporary conservatorship over brittany the courts. Brandt that order and then it becomes permanent.

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Are Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox engaged?

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02:06 min | 8 months ago

Are Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox engaged?

"We're going to start out with snl. Which as i'm sure you guys know. John krasinski hosted. I'm sure you saw at the end of his opening monologue at him and pete davidson kissed and it was great. He was excellent. Big john krasinski fan by for me. At least probably the most noteworthy element of snl was machine gun. Kelly was performing. And i'm sure by now you've all seen the viral video of him carrying megan fox into the thirty rock building. Julie i live for that shit. There is no amount of machine gun. Kelly's back fox content. That will ever be too much for me. I will never ever ever get sick of it. I know i think it's because like i bet you. Some people watch that and as with. They weren't wearing masks. Which i know is frequently discussed but some people watch that and felt like all my god. They're so attention seeking. And i get that clearly but also that's what i sometimes want for my celebrities making public appearances especially those to rate and especially right now like right now. Life is so monotonous. That if i'm gonna watch machine gun. Kelly carry meghan vox. When she's wearing this snakeskin alfred into the thirty rock building. I love that as a highlight in my day. I love when you get a little vocabulary. Heavy on this podcast. What i say monotonous embarrassing. Don't go a rosette on this other confidently don't exalt me no i just. I'm a fan of big vocabulary. Where can i spray. Oh thank you. Yeah just i just obsessed. I am too. And i can't believe that it's only a recent thing like it's one of those couples where i feel like i've spent my whole life obsessing over them will. It's interesting because there's a lot of rumors swirling about engagement. I know a lot of people think that will happen sooner rather than later. I don't know. I honestly don't really have a gut feeling on it. Because on one hand. I know they both said they think they're twin flames especially her. She's very into astrology and kind of spirituality. And she's sure he's her person. But i don't know maybe you'll wanna wait a little bit. More time after the divorces passed. I don't really know but either way into it

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Most Americans want to break up Big Tech

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03:34 min | 8 months ago

Most Americans want to break up Big Tech

"Americans may be more divided by politics than ever. It feels that way but it also turns out there's one thing that most republicans and democrats can actually agree on and that is breaking up big tech. That's according to a new poll from vox and data progress. Vox pulled over a thousand voters this january for their thoughts on the big tech companies and recode. Ronnie mullah is you're talking about it. Hey ronnie hey tiny so. Give me the quick skinny on this poll. What did we ask and we find. We asked a lot of questions about people's opinions about big tech companies And turns out most americans tech companies the amount of power they have in the economy is a problem and also think that it would be a good idea to break up these tech companies. You know have facebook spinoff. What's apper or instagram. Make amazon not able to be both a marketplace and a seller on that marketplace. Okay so there are two questions question. One is is big tech too powerful or is it a problem for us economy. Is it a problem. And we've got Fifty nine percent of democrats seventy percent. Republicans think yet and then on the second question about whether we should break up big tax or the solution. We've got fifty five percent. Democrats saying that sixty one percent republicans saying so right and this is just so rare. This day and age to have bipartisan consensus on anything. Yeah it's interesting in this poll. That republicans are more anti-big tack than democrats on both questions. They are Both republicans and democrats are anti-big tech but for kind of different and almost opposing reasons. It has to do with their opinions of about speech. Democrats seem to think that these platforms aren't doing enough and then republicans are thinking that there's too much censorship on these platforms Okay so different reasons. Same solution. Yeah so this is starting to not just be a theoretical construct right. We have google and facebook being sued by the states or the ftc or the justice department. Nothing exist in a vacuum right. There are public opinion pressures. I wonder what this polling means four policy outcomes. I mean not. It's not as if the justice department. The ftc in the states are going to do something just because people wanted but you get more public officials that are elected based on advocating for this type of stuff There is a way in which the politics of this can affect policy outcomes. No right. i think it's just politically popular and this poll shows it. Surani you as a couple other questions to Talk to me about the question. You guys about banning trump on twitter and what democrats and republicans about them. So is one where we're back to normal and democrats and republicans had completely different responses republicans. Think it was a terrible idea that twitter band trump and democrats thought was good idea And obviously That's more normal Super fascinating poll has a lot of implications. This question is not pulled that much right. I mean. I haven't seen anything like this before we did a couple years ago and This is already once lawmakers. Were like looking into these antitrust actions. It's interesting there hasn't been antitrust action against the tech company for you know twenty years since microsoft so this hasn't really been on our minds now. There's five different antitrust actions against facebook and google alone so it's definitely on the public consciousness.

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Liverpool truly collapsing, Man City set to take over?

ESPN FC

04:03 min | 9 months ago

Liverpool truly collapsing, Man City set to take over?

"We start this show at the top of the premier league or at least the top of the premier league as the odds See it of course. We know liverpool and manchester united tied atop the table but the latest odds have city installed his favorite even money favourite to that liverpool right around two to one tonight at six to one and then so on down the list the odds liverpool Not any better after. Today's words from your in cloud looks like they won't be able to bring a back during the january transfer window for more. Welcome in steve nicol and shock his love. Stevie i'll start with you. Does liverpool need to bring in a center back in the upcoming january transfer window if they are to win the premier league in your opinion. I think the simple answer is yes. If they want to win the premier league then they have to sign a bona fide Who's going to commend. And plug the gaps if nothing else with clock coming over and it doesn't seem lately that would suggest that the either don't have the on antibody of the one they have is not available. I would suggest that has nothing to do with the money. Yes i know financially. Everybody's hot and i think liverpool's i think the finances are all the if they needed to. They can go out and spend some money so the absolutely on the percent in my opinion if they want to win the premier league needs to guess Of note but that doesn't seem to be happening. Which in my mind makes the bookies correct shock. Oh what do you think. Here are liverpool's title. Chances come down to what they do in the january transfer window absolutely do. I think we saw that. A couple of years ago when the broughton van dyke as much money as as it seemed that the time was right signing and once he went down without injury against everton. This was considered that liverpool would go back to how they were then good team but not title favorites. I think for me is im- if you adding to watch t- what steve just said you need to send about as good as new has been i. That's a stopgap measure. That's if for some reason you have to go two or three games where he has has to play a role. You don't want to be going. Five and six months. As ezekiel is here with him. Filling in at center back at times some of the time but not all the retirement and in this league in particular this year in particular. You don't have a whole lot of wiggle room to get that role. Stevie manchester city. Obviously playing very well later they not a little bit overvalued though at at even money considering their four points back of liverpool right now i don't think so for the simple reason that defensively they have the best record in the in the league and the premier league and they don't like given up many goals visited on the field tomorrow with that same by has been plane recently I don't find them. Losing goals and the fight is that all season we've been winning them flourish in going forward and they seem to be doing Then that's just by news. Listen it's it's a. She felt he said forever. You know you build a championship winning say from the by And as good as said see how being previously and as good as he seemed to be. Today don't kid yourself those those great seats size of two and three years ago. When we're on. The vox people evincing vincent company. Who who when when it mark morris would would keep a clean sheet and when one no yes. We remember the one in five six seven. No but they had. They had a few one goal. Victories that were done to good defendant and this city say right now. Defensively looks as solid as any in the premier league

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Everybody, Mike here, welcome to the vox podcasts, so grateful. You're tuned in with us. Thank you for those who like us subscribe. Thank you to a credible network of patriot supporters. We've just formed such a great community together. We're so grateful for your continued in ongoing support. The Erie's have been on vacation last couple of weeks. So we were Newport Beach last week, and we got to do a podcast with our sweet anti-bear. We have been in Lake Tahoe. Today. We're coming at you live from the vox road headquarters in Lake Tahoe. Nevada. We have a friend who has been mentioned before on the podcast finally get to do a show together. They gentlemen may introduce you to Kevin number one, Kevin number one. Secolo. Hello. Vox not to be confused with Kevin number two, correct. Darn good. Kevin, as far as skelly sevens go, I was extremely Brad together number two, Kevin, number good. Kevin. I was. I'm not gonna lie. I've missed them doozy's. But why I bet. I, there's a lot of there's a whole Reddit thread dedicated is a really, it's not flattering. Well, you incent Kevin was good, good name until the movie up came out. Yeah, Kevin, Kevin was an okay name in the movie up. There is the extinct ostrich bird who is a female named Kevin and pretty much STAN Kevin's been the joke name on knows it calms no watch closely, pay attention now twits going out on their note, carry dark media. We're, we're pushing on. We, there's lying. She's out there. Mike is in that grade legs. If I was in pretty solid, it's solid unimagined Kevin Lee says a little flair to it. It's got more syllables, at least. So. We've been just playing like crazy. Kevin is one of the first of folks to really bought into the vision for the podcast in the community in. So we've just become great friends of, sorry if it's a little echo, we're in his it is master bedroom together. Just the two of us. Got an awkward at all about that. And he brought up something we, we've been talking a lot about the podcast. He brought up something earlier in. That was a phenomenal question that he got from a friend and we felt well, that's that would make a great podcast. So we're going to get to that in just a couple minutes, but I wanna give airtime to people who are disagreed with some things. There were some either the waste something it said or the content of of what is said. Or even the emphasis at in this case, we just finished several episodes about reconciling faith and politics in. So not surprisingly, there are a couple of thoughts out there that I thought, you know, these are worth responding to and again, because we're, we want to be a community that is safe to kinda talk about anything. I always think it's really fun to get feedback from people who asked very good insincere questions. They have the opportunity to respond and. Will, whether that is good or bad. We'll see Curtis overused. I love the QNA's. When I listen, you. Cuna episodes. I love the savvy those. Okay. I lead away from those because I think people find the boring be like, yeah, but you're just wrong. Sorry about. I think a lot of people, let's have no data on Larry go to me. Curtis. Curtis begins with a nice affirmation which is a great way to enter in. He says, I did not vote this. He was on this was on Facebook. So this is a public comment. He said, I'm going to preface by comment in with the fact that I did not vote for Trump or anyone on the left though. Generally vote on the conservative side of that only criticism is your mics conceal criticism of Christians who voted for Trump. I guess they don't mind it is I get it is a ton of character flaws. And this is this the Bristow for the church, etc. But you only mention Hillary in the left like one percent to the ninety nine..

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Hey, everybody, Mike here with a very special guest, Sav Seth, what's your last name? Says? Eighty south eerie. E. r. e. and and Seth and I are coming at you today from the vox world headquarters from Newport Beach, California Southie are wing, California. What are we doing in California? We're swimming in California. What else. And we play arms over big arms like when you're swimming, and then are we seeing a bunch of friends? And then are we what. Could we go? Go ahead. Where else did you go? Play chick. And then you go to Disneyland is the what I was fishing for? Yes. It's been so fun. Yes. So we've been on vacation and guess guess who else we found who happens to be a Newport Beach today. Eddie bear. Where's my intro? Music, but well. Okay. So what song have you been asking me to sing that? I don't know doubts the duck saw? Yes, yes. Just been amazing because I don't know that song and never to what Seth likes to do it. So it's so funny he likes to listen, he'll take our my phone. He'll play it at play our old episodes at like one and a half times speed, and he'll just sit and listen for hours and you're like, oh my goodness, this is this is awful poor kid. So when I'm around, does he just think I'm in slow motion. Why? Mommy? Why does daddy talks of slowly got such a low voice? He does it. Funny. Oh my goodness. But he, he found the episode where you had the duck song as an intro, and he just he literally, that's all he wants me to perform the ducks in a great in a great irony..

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Everybody mike you're welcome to the vox podcast and if you don't know vox is latin word for voice and on their other vox podcasts out there there's this big vox media empire but for us and our little corner of the internet vox the reason we're entitled vox we think that there's something beautiful about jesus voice to the world that you know while we argue over scripture and and the existence of god and his goodness and providence in the world all those sorts of things there's something very simply in radically beautiful about just reflecting on the voice of jesus that jesus is the voice of god's the world and and so the goal of the vox podcast and i love i actually read something on twitter today that i absolutely love this person tweeted out that the goal of priests isn't to run up spiritual religious business offering goods and services but rather to make people curious about jesus and i love that i i absolutely love that and i know i'm saying absolutely a lot but i have certainly love it because i think that if you know if you could summarize the goal of the podcast it would at least be that that that we think there's something beautiful about jesus that has been distorted by the christian subculture that's grown up around him and so in our words we wanna help people deconstruct that subculture and reconstruct their faith in the fenick the real true beautiful jesus in so doing that has just created this beautiful community literally a church community in california lots of informal communities across the nation and then listeners all around the globe we're just thrilled to be a part of this whole thing people financially support us on patriotic people reviews on i tunes which i love and and and rate us and all that super super helpful i got a got a rating or got a review from somebody i don't check off in but i did right before i came on because i wanted to think people for leaving reviews and ratings on i tunes and jade five rough are you f wrote this mike love your content but the audio quality is so bad that it makes it so hard to listen to please please please do something new prove this so it's easier listen to i had to fight to not turn off this episode so many times not because of the content but because of the sound quality alone your voice is super distorted i think it's that way anyway but it's been worse and the guests volume level so much softer i had to constantly adjust to hear him and then when you said anything made me jump and it sounded like my speakers were blown so first of all i need to apologize for that listening experience i am learning so andy the beautiful andy did all of that on the podcast so he added the intro nacho music he did he edited the thing he did so much and he's been gracious and teaching me how to do that for myself however i not shockingly not nearly as gifted as andy bear and particularly in that first skype call i was just learning how to record audio from skype and i know it was awful he texted me after the episode went hey you were a little loud so so i hope the second interview with aj somebody please tell me that was better all right i need j five rough i need you to tell me the second episode was better or coach me up or something and in fact if there are any ohio columbus peeps if you are in columbus and you know what you're doing drop me an email hello at vox podcast dot com and would love with love whatever coaching you've got with andy set me up in this great this great space little office in my house but i think you know with him focusing on other projects right now and me trying to do this myself maybe a little local help would be look lope would be presented so so sorry about that i i am going to try to get better please give me feedback on the on the quality because literally right now here's what happens i press record i start talking i press record i stopped talking and then i upload that to soundcloud there is nothing that happens to it so.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Of course it is that but that's not what occasioned it the the what what we think happened is is that claudia expelled the jews from rome put to death two of the church fathers there was a great persecution that broke out and then the the edict that claudius had given expelling the jews dissolved with his death and now the jews were moving back into rome so you have a church in rome that and if you read if you read the context and in between the lines romans you see there's this conflict between the jews the jewish christians and the gentile christians and they're all sorts of guesses but paul very clearly is dealing with some sort of disagreement some sort of animosity between them there's a big long backstory paul's dealing with here between the jews and the gentiles that fills in all of his instructions one of the things that's happening is a narrow has taken over an early niro was better than late niro but niro just as a whole was awful but there were riots being that were taking place over direct and direct taxation paul uses two words about in direct and indirect taxation here and i think i think there's a mission component to this and it's true other places in the scripture as well when he talks about honoring so and so are paying respect to so and so what are you saying listen you've just been expelled christians of just undergone massive persecution the jews have just been expelled years before by claudius there now filtering back guys keep your nose keep your noses clean there will be times when you must disobey would you must've so bay the idolatrous call of rome to give rome your allegiance there will come times for that but don't do it over taxes don't do it over respect or honor you know but but clearly paul doesn't mean because he does it and then he in the book of acts we see the church do it all over the place where there are times when we resist the the government's call for our allegiance insofar as it compromises our allegiance to christ whenever that happens christ winds in industry and so paul isn't giving a knockdown proof text that justifies and legitimises whatever government does and the sessions would say hey christians why don't you shut up because doesn't the bible say you follow the laws of the land well i'll tell you the bible does say government yes has been established and yes it does say for the sake of our mission we will be good citizens we will be good neighbors yes for the sake of our mission but the minute we see laws that are unjust for the minute we see an allegiance that is being called forth contradicts our primary and fundamental legions jesus of nazareth we will resist we will resist the way that jesus did we will resist violently we will resist but we will protest and we will resist publicly we will resist in ways that draw attention to the injustice absolutely there's this huge prophetic stream of the people of god and individual profits within it calling out the injustice of leaders john the baptist was martyred visa called out an evil ruler about his marital practices so so absolutely we are people for the sake of the gospel who are good citizens good neighbors we don't want to we don't want to call down the government honest for dumb stuff but clearly paul doesn't mean to never ever ever disobey or practice resistance no no of course not he comes from a long line of people dead and he he's in a situation that's tinderbox in in in rome and he just simply says this pay your taxes the authorities are people that are used by god that's fine give give what you owe them don't get into trouble with this stuff this is ridiculous if you taxes pay taxes of its revenue the bay revenue if it's respect then pay respect if it's honor than honor but but clearly paul in his other writings and in the practice of the church doesn't mean that some sort of absolute statement so i've rambled forty two minutes i've lost my police several times i don't know if this is made any sense but it seemed so unbelievably relevant that i thought we would get into it in extra special vox episode so my brothers and sisters let me know what you think love to hear your thoughts bless you thank you.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Everybody here today to you or good night to you whenever it is you're listening however it is you're listening so grateful to be a part of your life and play small part in your journey welcome to the vox podcast again just a reminder we are in the business of helping people thoughtfully deconstruct and reconstruct their faith these days there lots of lots of great big questions and things that are that people are wrestling with and it feels like all of that has been exceleron amplified by social media and so we think there's a spot for people having these sorts of conversations around these sorts of topics we're trying to get through some some talk on politics and before i dive in i just again wanna say an annoy state every week but but thank you to those of you who like and subscribe us and review on i tunes that's huge huge that keeps had keeps i tunes aware of us and helps people to find this for those of you supporting us on patriot i cannot i cannot just simply thank you enough for that and for a new patriot supporters welcome and then and then lastly just so grateful for your feedback your questions probably do a question episode next episode just because we've got a lot of really really good stuff kind of accumulating so before we were so rudely interrupted by sd card running out of memory last week i was in the middle of trying to paint a picture about how faith in politics are to be reconciled in in the christian kind of way and we were using the apostle paul and his journey as an example now remember politics of courses just talking about ordering the ordering of our social life together deals was called police which is some sort of.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Ponder future ventures and you're already seeing god gives you favor and other areas i mean i think that's true that's so that's going to be your blessing curse right right is that you can do many many things well to try to narrow that to try to harness all of that energy so that's all going direction i mean all that's going to be tough sometimes and it's censor present you'd feel a bit ated because you don't fit and that's that's precisely why we loved you for free is that there's just no one there was going to be no one on our team that was like you and and so one of the things i've learned the hard way as you try to you try to be around people that are very very different from you because they'll see the stuff you can't see yourself so anyway i mean the the gopher today was just to say you are loved you are so appreciated andy seriously this this this vox journey has been one of the most meaningful things i've ever done you know you were you were my partner and so i'm stoked for you and i'm stoked for all the cool stuff you're doing i'm stoked for the church community and and you know the new directions that it's going stoked for the fact that you have something to say now to to people who either wanna plant churches or organizations or start podcasts i mean i just feel like you know i feel that god's given you a very unique experience set so so because you're not gonna have traditional conversations you're not attritional church kinda i mean you're gonna you know we've always viewed ourselves as kind of explorers about how.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"I would have to use words like cultural creator of culture protector of culture like designer of culture i think that you see big pictures not in functional ways like an organization but you see them as organism ways you see the big picture so you see like so the church is always in this funky balance between being an organization with budgets and report formats reviews and mission statements and it's this organism it's the body of christ lots of people are really good at seeing the churches an organization and and seeing how the pieces off it together there what you're really good at is that you see you can see the churches an organism as a culture and see how all of the the pieces fit together there so the thing that i treasured so much when we were we were starting vox was it just the the ideas that we ended up in bracing but it was hell those ideas within be in fleshed into real like forms in real decisions that we were making and you saw how the whole thing that you could just say that feels like vox that doesn't feel like vox and i knew i knew to trust that you know so i would say you're very intuitive that you know stuff without knowing how you know stuff you just know stuff i would say i would say your creativity isn't just pure like boundless ideas but it's creativity within how something may fit within the greater whole greater organism you know what i'm saying so like when we would do live shows well that was your idea of just extending the podcast conversation that you and i were having now here's just the next so so it was creativity but was within a certain kind of cultural dna i think that.

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"In the moment that was why she so she said she said at the coffee shop like four hours or something like that where all these women were getting tattoos right yeah so that's like so there's all that viral nece around the lucky few tattoo and so i mean that's like really a movement i mean that's what's crazy is is there's no control over any of that i mean that's just now women who've just aligned with the entire community of the lucky few and just see themselves as you know this identity within it so it's just kind of awesome to to kind of be at the helm of helping to produce a podcast for them so their voice can kind of really go into that space so then so we're doing in utah the feature event for the utah dear mom conference is the lucky few podcast so we'll do a live show for the lucky few podcasts in utah and then also have another life show i think here in laguna think sometime in the fall we're not sure but i know it's just a lot of the stuff we did here with the vox podcast and the community has been such a case study for understanding honestly up for understanding how you you see like an idea that can affect society affect a community in realize how podcasting can offer that offer that dna and that information base for then what it means to actually connect with that community because like i said before in the retail conversation the hardest part about coming into a community new or into a retail space new is understanding the narrative understanding the story why does this exist why does this need to exist i mean a lot of this conversation with other creative directors with branding in general like if you work for eastern sports right and there's this message around how much you care about kids playing sports whatever how do you how do you get that narrative by picking up an aluminum bat at dick's sporting goods right you know maybe there's a little tag that says a little you know mantra or something but do you really feel connected to the greater community of eastern bat users like you buy that.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"That i wanna ask you because we've we've missed you and are so grateful to go i wish i could i wish i could transport our audience back to the first meeting in placentia where psych handy thinking about doing podcasts could you show me how to do it which i said no right i refused to show you how to do it in in fear of catastrophic failure because and this is i don't get this but i've dental you did not trust my technological prowess so yes and that could have been catastrophic in some would say was a catastrophic failure anyway true true so injury has been for those of you that are new if they're interview out there indy has been like the driving creative force behind the podcast planted the vox community implicit who's just absolutely critical there the podcast i went to indy and i said listen if other people can do this and they don't seem technologically great i should be able to do this to andy said well it's a little more complicated than that i mean yes i mean that's obviously the diy aspect of podcasting is yes i mean if you really want to break it down and nuts and bolts you could just turn on i mean now well two point run they'll doesn't have music yeah for sure yeah music is isn't really isn't necessary i mean you could just record voice memos on your iphone download the audio and send it to soundcloud and just kind of do the one time backup stuff to make sure it works right and you're good to go and in theory yes you can put your voice and get yourself out there a relatively relatively quickly now there's an app called anchor that actually specifically focuses on mobile podcasting and so that's a little different but and you could do well it's a pretty cool their whole thing is trying to push the push the envelope in make it so that you could just really podcast wherever whenever all from one device in it doesn't have to be complicated thing but but i'm not sure we're looking into it with the front i'm not sure if you can send your feed to turn so i think that's a little.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"And i'm learning to check that more and more often which is great because we have some really good questions before before we hear got an email let's check it requires amazon dot com so there's a book called the fog that the amazon thinks i will be interested in which i'm not so that's just a quick amazon update a couple of things we've got some great questions check that out if you're interested in following along the revelation series you can go on the patriot dot com that is one of the rewards for twenty five dollars a month we have a whole community of people were said so generously supporting the podcast in the revelation series is a way to say thank you to them among other things use that we have listed there so go to patriot dot com and look up vox podcast mike eerie okay so questions we've got some good ones this is from wyatt hey i i to say thank you for all you do so you're welcome this is a wonderful thing the podcast is helped me understand different topics and a more biblical basis able to share this resource with others who have questions i love that i just had one complaint and it was on episode one eighteen now the fact that you've only got one complete either means you are listening you're listening carelessly and you're not listening close enough because there should be more than one complaint or we're we are such of such like mindedness that you need to get out more but either way i'll take one complaint for sure episode when eighteen one of the guys that was a guest commentator with mike said is they were ending the conversation on abuse that in that woman situation when she came to church with two black eyes which obviously never should have happened that in that situation that's when you call a thug from craigslist to go handle the.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Sixteen the mother of john mark next twelve nymph colossians four prissy priscilla and a quick skews me roman sixteen for scripting sixteen flaming epa and our chips filemu one and two and perhaps the fauna for scranton sixteen so the idea of course is and then you throw on all of that nowhere in the new testament or in later writings as the christian community referred to as the lady he refers to the churches the ecclesia all the time in in third john is reference to the church so it seems like he's just using stylized version to refer to the pastor and the church he calls himself the elder so he calls the church the children of this lady who seems to be the pastor now my point bringing that up was just to give one small other argument against the idea that women were not pastors teachers prophets and apostles in the first century we have examples clearly where women were elevated into roles beyond what was the norm for the day i think we can explain away the prohibitions even by paul as due to missionary concerns with the furtherance of the gospel so the analogy between we'll doesn't god just choose the levi's and that's that i don't think the the analogy holds because they're clear counter examples that go against the prohibitions whereas with the levi's there were no such counter examples boom that's what i think about that now please please please so again the goal of the podcast is always just to raise questions always answer them i'm just giving you my take on it my take his changed over the course of years and there's so many good good books to read on this actually going to put together a kind of a women in ministry book list for those of you interested i get a lot of questions about that so my brothers and sisters so very grateful for your feedback the reason i wanna highlighted is just to say it's valued we're grateful and i think you guys raise incredible questions so we have a facebook group you can like us on facebook follow us on twitter but you know more than anything else we'd just love i love hearing from you and appreciate.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"That that that there is there's a woman who is leading a house church not hosting how search but she's the pastor of a house church and in second john so so here's the letter begins the elder to the chosen lady and her children whom i love in the truth and not only but also all know the truth because of the truth which lives in us and we'll be with us forever grace mercy and peace from god the father from jesus christ the father son will be with us in truth and love it it's given me great joy to find some of your children walking in the truth just as the father commanded and now dear lady i'm not writing you a new command but when we've had from the beginning i asked that we love one another and this is love that we walk beady to his commands as you have heard from the beginning is command is that you walk in love mini deceive irs who aknowledge jesus christ coming in the flesh have gone out into the world any such person is the deceiver and the anti christ no we're doing a roman regina revelation podcast for our patriot supporters one of the big points were making there is that the book of revelation is about the revelation of the christ not the anti christ in fact antichrist's isn't even mentioned in the book and the popular understanding of anti christ just one person kind of the end of the age is totally refuted by this passage evidently there are many antichrist's and there were antichrist's way back then so there isn't just one person who's gonna have six six six sort of tattooed on the credits ed and is going to be named the nikolai carpathia for those left behind fans no there are many anti christ's.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"And sinn ticky he calls those three women in different places his co workers and gospel ministry priscilla paul refers to as a close friend having worked together with her for years she of course her husband trained the teacher apollo's power i two junior as a fellow jew fellow prisoner and is outstanding among the apostles so there was a least a female apostle paul mentions paul talks about phoebe and roman sixteen he commends phoebe to the church at rome as our sister as a patroness of many and as a minister or deacon of the church in sent tria i don't know if that's how you pronounce it he also entrusted his letter to the romans to phoebe as on woida take room and most likely of she was the one who read the letter of romans to the the first time to the original audience and if she read the letter she naturally have been asked questions about it so paul also knowledge is the ministry labors of mary of rome tra fina truffaut sa persis he mentions very warmly my dad ten women in chapter sixteen he mentioned somebody in julia who hosted house church in rome he he listened to feedback from khloe about the the people the carinthian people and for scranton's he passed on greetings from claudia of rome and sent greetings to abby colossi recognize the house church of nymph in leo an s that his greetings be passed onto her in her church he the hospital the of lydia and phillipine held meetings of the fledgling flipping congregation or home respected the faith of lois and eunice who.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"No oh happy twenty 18 earth and internet hello mike eerie here any bear here we're coming at you from the vox world headquarters in san juan suburban columbus while samuel lumbus yes at saint john columbus so so we have a st john's arena labels everyone we have someone arena i don't know how you say arena but it's 2018 andy were back took a break over the holidays that i clearly announced everybody the eddie was like hey are we going to do any of it um and did the big news indy the big news and columbus besides the fact that my book i beat michigan again thumped u s c in the cotton bowl and and then upset the number one basketball team the country michigan state of which i am i'm married in michigan state fans so that was or s she's in the other room she's it alumni since okay so the big new i mean that's a lot of news but the big news today and he bears that for the first time in two weeks are temperature is thirty three degrees one degree above freezing it has been andy it has been it has been awful it has been horrific i have not i thought i knew what cold was i thought i had memories of what cold was like but i mean we're talking we're talking temps in the single digits wind chills in the negatives any bear any bear why did you let me go at why i blame you away.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Greetings internet mikey mandy here from the uh the frigid headquarters of the vox podcast and he's actually in uh in california but i am here in the great state of ohio and it is is is frigid andy it is the it is the high the high temperature today is twenty nine a so so i finally i finally met a meta temperature the my flipflops although i wore them out to take to take canada's school this morning i was in shorts flipflops in a sweatshirt and and i will say for the first time in a long term my feet were cold of the up i know i know so so it's wearing me down it's wearing me down andy it's supposed to be fall winter not acceptable andy i thought you know you did this really nice thing for me um um and i remember it specifically because it's so rarely happens by but you you set up this google doc form that automatically populate s when people email in questions to the vox podcast correct you remember that oh yeah and you did that in august yes and i checked it for the first time about three days ago a recording in november and i i just forgot i forgot that you would done that the end you put it on chrome and so i rarely used crumble by so so to say we were a bit behind on are on our questions is an understatement so we thought we do another queue at a episode to to to just try to at least symbolically attempt to catch up to what we've got so it's we're really keep this one short and sweet we are so grateful for the questions you give us i will email you back that we answered your question or over at least discussed your question i don't know how will answer it and and again we're not we don't consider ourselves especially andy.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"Greetings internet mikey mandy here from the uh the frigid headquarters of the vox podcast and he's actually in uh in california but i am here in the great state of ohio and it is is is frigid andy it is the it is the high the high temperature today is twenty nine a so so i finally i finally met a meta temperature the my flipflops although i wore them out to take to take canada's school this morning i was in shorts flipflops in a sweatshirt and and i will say for the first time in a long term my feet were cold of the up i know i know so so it's wearing me down it's wearing me down andy it's supposed to be fall winter not acceptable andy i thought you know you did this really nice thing for me um um and i remember it specifically because it's so rarely happens by but you you set up this google doc form that automatically populate s when people email in questions to the vox podcast correct you remember that oh yeah and you did that in august yes and i checked it for the first time about three days ago a recording in november and i i just forgot i forgot that you would done that the end you put it on chrome and so i rarely used crumble by so so to say we were a bit behind on are on our questions is an understatement so we thought we do another queue at a episode to to to just try to at least symbolically attempt to catch up to what we've got so it's we're really keep this one short and sweet we are so grateful for the questions you give us i will email you back that we answered your question or over at least discussed your question i don't know how will answer it and and again we're not we don't consider ourselves especially andy.

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"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"vox" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"We'd be honoured because this is a big deal and it's not a big deal i mean the the the gospel before the kingdom is big the churches indestructible i even in its frailty in and the people the quality of people that guy's drawing together into this community has been ridiculous so i have full confidence in what in it going forward if you want to support the vox community or the podcast as andy said now is a good time but no worries were dowden will provide either way we've never done this for income or or livelihood or whatever this vox is always has been the thing that we felt like i was calm us to do absolutely if if you live in ohio would love to hear from you specifically and uh if you live in columbus would love to hear from you specifically because we're and he's going to put up a vox oh each page and if you want to find out more about vox oh h because i have no freaking clue what does that even mean right now if literally its inception the alec allocates it there's an ardent idea somewhere that's that yes there's not angry planted in the mind that it's going house going to work itself out there is nothing but but you'll put up a web page i will and you can sign up for a email in office of of of a little input on there so you can sign up for email lists if you wanna know more information about stuff that's coming in as figure it out minor lord so here i dunno andy what are your thoughts man at all this you know it's.

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