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The Selfishness of Rob Portman

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:36 min | 1 d ago

The Selfishness of Rob Portman

"All right, we do continue now. 34 minutes past the hour bob brand sitting in for Dennis here in Cleveland, Ohio. I want to trash my senator for a moment. 'cause he deserves it. Rob Portman is everything that's wrong with his bill, rob Portman is everything that's wrong with the attack on the First Amendment. Rob Portman is everything that's wrong with the United States Senate as a whole, I think. Anybody who makes a pledge and a promise to constituents in return for their votes. Anybody who says he believes in traditional marriage between one man and one woman. Anybody who says I will govern and I will make votes in the United States Senate along those beliefs. Who then turns around and flips it upside down 180° because his kid tells him he's gay. If someone that has no business being in government, thankfully rob Portman is on his way out of government. He chose not to run for reelection, JD Vance is going to be our next senator in his seat. And I look forward to much, much better from JD Vance and I got from rob Portman. Rob Portman proved to be selfish. He put his families, concern above that of the constitution, and while I understand that as a father, I do. He didn't take an oath to his son, he took an oath to uphold the constitution. And the constitution includes the Bill of Rights, it includes the First Amendment that are going to be shredded.

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'It's the reflex': Veteran helped disarm gunman at gay club

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

'It's the reflex': Veteran helped disarm gunman at gay club

"A club goer at the gay bar in Colorado Springs where 5 people were killed Saturday night credits his army training for helping subdue the shooter but wish as he could have stopped the massacre sooner rich fiero did tours in Iraq and Afghanistan It was at club Q with his wife daughter and Friends He was called to action I just knew I got into mode And I needed to save my family And that family was at that time everybody in that room Police say the shooter had several guns including an AR-15 style assault rifle Fiero grabbed the shooter's body armor then pistol and beat him with it And I'm on top of him I'm a big dude man This guy was bigger And I just kept wailing on him A hero in the eyes of many but not his own There are 5 people that I could not help That includes his daughter's boyfriend Raymond green Vance fiero credits another club goer with helping subdue the suspect 22 year old Anderson Lee Aldrich who remains in the hospital I'm Julie Walker

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Senator Josh Hawley Discusses the Future of Senate Leadership

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

Senator Josh Hawley Discusses the Future of Senate Leadership

"Now is senator Josh hawley, one of the few fighters in the U.S. Senate, and I am so happy and thrilled that senator hawley's influence will be increasing because JD Vance is going to the U.S. Senate senator Holly, how you doing? I'm doing great, Charlie. Thanks for having me. I know you and I are both on the ground with JD Vance. I wish we would make Blake masters as well, but sending JD is a big deal. Thank you. And thank you for all your help with that. Let me just kind of start with the leadership election or selection I should say yesterday. Tell us what you can without breaching any confidentiality of what happened behind closed doors with what looks like now senator McConnell is going to be continued leader of the Senate minority. Well, listen, I'll just tell you what my position has been, which is that I voted for new leadership. I said before the election, Charlie, that I wasn't going to support to Mitch McConnell for leader. I don't think that he has led the party in a good direction. I think the results of this last election make that clear. And I think we need a different direction clear. I mean, if you look at this last election and you say, oh, everything's fine. It's just fine, you know? We don't need to make any changes. I just say, if you're a Republican, you know, you're delusional. Particularly if you're one of these D.C. Republicans that didn't give the candidates anything to run on, that didn't actually put forward a coherent agenda. The basically just set off Biden sucks. He's no good vote for us. You know what we learned out of this election is that independent voters, they actually want you to come out and fight for them. They actually want you to come be on their side. It's not enough to say it's our turn. You have to go show them that you're willing to fight for them. And I don't think Senate leadership has done that. So Charlie, I voted no and you know, I urged for there to be new leadership, and I asked both of the guys who were running, which was Mitch McConnell and Rick Scott from Florida. I asked both of them, what are you going to do to put forward an agenda that will actually deliver for the American people, not just talk, not just do press appearances, but what are you going to do that will actually deliver?

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Dinesh Reflects on the Financial Deficits of GOP Campaigns

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Reflects on the Financial Deficits of GOP Campaigns

"I'm continuing my discussion of JD Vance's article about the money difference between Republicans and Democrats and JD basically gives a lot of the credit or maybe the blame to the democratic group called act blue. Act blue is a nationwide fundraising operation that draws on small donors and individual donors. 21 million donors. They put money into all the key races. And this is how JD Vance has my opponent, Tim Ryan could run just nonstop ads about how much he quote agreed with Trump about what a kind of moderate he was and not went into either party. All of this is funded by this democratic machine. John fetterman, by the way, had the same machine in Pennsylvania. And mastery Ono just could just helplessly look on as these ads pummeled the airwaves radio TV and online and so on. So JD Vance goes on to point out that Republicans to raise money from small donors, but you know what? There are huge consultant and list building fees. And so what he's touching on here is that a lot of the GOP consultants are in the quote business of politics. They're really in it for themselves. And so what they do is they say, okay, I'll help you raise money, but out of every dollar, you know what? We'll keep 75 cents. You get 25 cents. I'm only giving you that as an example. But it illustrates the point that when a tiny portion of the dollar is trickles into the candidate that obviously creates very limited resources.

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The Republican Path to Recovery

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

The Republican Path to Recovery

"Thanks to former New Jersey governor Chris Christie for sticking around and talking to me some more because governor, when we went to break, you were telling me the RNC doesn't plan to put count a ton of stage until August. I don't know if you saw JD Vance, the senator elect from Ohio. He wrote in the American conservative about our small dollar donor disadvantage. It's significant. It's massive. One way to close it is to get our candidates on a stage talking about our messages. Why would the RNC wait till August? You know, I don't know you, I think, you know, they're doing the same thing they did four years ago. I think it's cookie cutter and it's easy. And I think that's what they're going to do. Now I've actually always changed. It certainly candidates to make an agreement to go out there and do these things together as well. You know, meet you. I've never been reluctant to get on the stage. No, anybody. And have a conversation. And look, in the end of the day, what we need to do is to start talking about as you said, our public issues, and we didn't win our Tuesday in the way we should have. Because we ran that candidates who were giving not completely, but in the mean messages that were not credible. And I think voters just said, yeah, no, thank you. I don't know thank you in Arizona. Now imagine this does do see one by 13 points in 20 14. If I 15 points in 2018, this should not have even been a close race in Arizona for the governorship there. And when we're not winning those kind of races, if we can't be competitive like you, statewide, in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, there is no electoral math that gets a Republican the presidency. Let me ask you, do you think Mitch McConnell should be reelected leader of the Republican caucus? Look, I've never worked in Mitch McConnell, but I would say this. I think he does a very good job at managing a very unruly and difficult caucus. And so from my perspective, I think Mitch McConnell is the leader of the Senate Republicans and I think you should continue to be. All right,

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Jack Posobiec Reflects on the Victories From the 2022 Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Jack Posobiec Reflects on the Victories From the 2022 Midterms

"Really quick. One minute remaining, we're going to have our eyes on Arizona tonight. What are some of the other victories that you think are worth talking about from this election cycle? Oh, well, certainly JD vans. I mean, you know, when you look at a guy who's had so much put up against him, but at the same time, in a year where incumbents did very well, he goes up for the open Senate seat is able to win convincingly by 6 points in that state. I think also they're really telling the story of showing how a Republican can come in when the rust belt and show that, you know, this isn't some situation where oh, by the way, you know, Republicans have, you know, they're trying to paint this narrative that maga is over, maga is going, no, JD Vance, by the way, was a guy who wasn't a big Trump fan in 2016 as people remember and they certainly used his comments against him in the primary, but he came came around, saw the power of magas, all the power of the working class, and really came to Jesus on those issues. And I think the voters of Ohio rewarded him and showed that there is a path still in the rust belt for people like that.

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Can Republicans Be Moved to Do the Right Thing?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Can Republicans Be Moved to Do the Right Thing?

"Can you name any Republicans who have said what you just said? There are a few but not enough. Well, one of them is JD Vance. I mean, he didn't say that exactly the terms that I just used, but I was deeply involved with this campaign. And so I'd like to think that was part of why he got there, but primarily just because of the kind of candidate he is the kind of man he is. So there are some saying that sort of thing. Blake masters who I hope is going to prevail. I believe is one of your girl in Arizona that's very similar things. But there were not enough candidates saying that. No. In other words, there was far too much of simply prosecute the case against Biden, which should be done. And that's relatively easy to do, but there was not enough of and here are our action item solutions that are achievable, by the way, that I'm not high in the sky. I mean, that's a showdown we can have that we should have and that we better have quite frankly come January. And I mean right out of the gate in January in this new Congress, at least on the house side, look sure to be under GOP control. Do you think Kevin McCarthy will say either of the two things you said? Not what he forced to, not let these pressure to. No, let's say I am extremely skeptical. I have to say the least, that's what a mildly of McCarthy I regularly attacked his record. I think he is a corporatist established and sellout. He does the bidding of big tech. Again and again. So no, I don't believe that he left his own devices at least to his own donations will go there. But can he be pushed there by his caucus? Yes, I think perhaps he can't. You know, I don't think McCarthy has many principles and one of the only upsides to having a leader without principles is that he can be moved and he can be moved significantly if he thinks it's in his own self interest to maintain his speakership. So I don't think he will be he needs to be led there. He won't be the leader of that movement.

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Last Night's Big Winners

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Last Night's Big Winners

"Welcome back. I'm Hugh Hewitt, I don't know what happened, so let's talk to somebody who will. Michael baron, the dean of American political analyst joins us this morning. Good morning, Michael. Hey, good morning. How are you doing, kid? I'm disappointed, but then again, I've been worse. I've been better and I've been worse. Tell us what happened, Michael. Well, did you deliver trumbull county for JD Vance? I did. We worked hard on that. And JD won fairly comfortable. Mike dewine delivered for JD Vance. That's what happened there. Well, I'll tell you what I think happened. I think that what we saw was American voters repudiated the last of the two most recent American press Donald Trump. And Joe Biden, the Democrats lost the House majority. They've gone from 235 seats when Biden was the anointed nominee down towards two 11 or lower. It looks to me like the Republicans will get a majority in the Senate, but a bare majority. And I think they repudiated Donald Trump. I mean, you saw what happened to the Trump or the Trump backed Senate candidates underperformed that people who put money in for the primaries and publicity and then didn't put any money into the general election. Blake masters seems to be behind in Arizona, state that Republicans won every Senate race from 1992 to 2016. You have men that are lost in Pennsylvania where the other candidate Dave McCormick would have probably won against a guy who was incapable of debating. I think he had them wax out will come through in Nevada. But it's he had a previous history prior to Trump. And JD Vance won in Ohio a state that Trump carried by 8 points. He seems to have carried it by 7, which suggests something in the nature of a declining appeal and he ran 9 points behind governor Mike dewine. So, yeah, I think that, you know, the big winner, Ron DeSantis.

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Georgia Senate candidates make final pitch to voters

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Georgia Senate candidates make final pitch to voters

"Final pitches ahead of election day President Joe Biden traveled to buoy state university in Maryland to deliver his final appeal to voters We know in our bones that our democracy is at risk and we know that this is your moment to defend it Former president Donald Trump campaign in Ohio for author J D Vance he wrongly claimed the 2020 election was stolen from him He also called on supporters to return to Republicans to the majority in Congress The first step to saving America is winning an epic victory for Republicans On his arrival back in Washington Biden was asked about the chances for his party I'm optimistic And I'm always optimistic The Democrats win the house I think it's going to be tough I think

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Rantanen's hat trick leads Avs past Blue Jackets in Finland

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Rantanen's hat trick leads Avs past Blue Jackets in Finland

"Mico ranton hat trick was the difference as the avalanche knocked off the blue jacket 6 to three in Finland Colorado wasted a three to nothing lead for the second straight game before Vance and input the abs ahead in the third period with his second goal He completed his hat trick with an empty netter in his home country Two points obviously the biggest thing and got some good passes today from the guys and was able to score a few goals so obviously happy with that Rant and then also had an assist Nathan McKenna set up four goals and kale mccart added a goal and an assist Finland native Patrick line a had a goal and this is for Columbus I'm Jane ferry

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The Midterm Candidates That Robby Starbuck Is Excited About

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | Last month

The Midterm Candidates That Robby Starbuck Is Excited About

"Robbie, walk us through some of the candidates that you're most excited about. House candidate Senate candidates that you're really looking at. Obviously Carrie and Blake, which are great. I'm going to try to steal you to come on our live stream, by the way, on election night, which is a really magnificent thing. Our team will be in touch. But tell us what candidates are you looking at? I mean, I have to just go back to Kerry first because Carrie and I spoke long before she came out about politics and we like I just knew she was so incredible so smart right on the issues and I was like here you have got to run for office. So I'm very proud of the fact that I was here very first endorsement. And I just love her. She is going to be a superstar and I think is going to set the standard in the way descent is sort of has this governor where everybody's going to be going, hey, my governor, you need to be more like Carrie. And so it's good that we're getting these people in there that can set that standard of the new right and set that path forward so the norm becomes eventually ten years from now that the entire Congress and governors main shins and everything are filled with people like that. But in Congress, you know, I'm very excited about Anna paulina. I think she's going to bring incredible change and challenge the squad in ways they've never been challenged before. So I think she's an incredible one for people to get behind and can really, you know, she can be somebody who ends up in the Senate, ends up being governor one day. I think she's got a bright, bright, bright future. I love Blake masters because again, I think he's one of those standards setters and JD Vance as well. It's about setting that new standard.

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J. D. Vance: Tim Ryan Is Not Who He Says He Is

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | Last month

J. D. Vance: Tim Ryan Is Not Who He Says He Is

"This guy is not a moderate This is all an act It's the Truman show man You know everybody's pretending this is real It's fake The guy is not a moderate He is a died in the wool liberal who was just saying what residents of Ohio he thinks they want to hear in order to graduate up to the Senate It's the craziest thing Dan having seen it now for a year and a half I mean look he says he supports Ohio energy Yet he voted to ban gas powered cars supported a ban on fracking He says that he supports our police officers He called them the new Jim Crow and wants to end the cash bail every single policy He says he supports middle class tax cuts yet he voted a 113 times That's not exaggeration for nearly $7 trillion of tax increases The guy is just not who he says he is He has never been this moderate He's always been a far less Democrat But the media has given him a free pass It's one of the reasons why your show and others and people going to JD Vance dot com to support us So we can get the message out via advertising It's so important because we've had to correct the record that the media and the Ryan campaign have tried to present on this guy And look it's just crazy I mean we discovered a couple of days ago Dan Not only is he voted for Amnesty and not only is he voted against the border wall funding he's voted to allow taxpayers or to force taxpayers to fund gender reassignment surgeries for illegal aliens So not only will he not close the border of his own country he'll pay for gender reassignment for illegal aliens in our country like what is going on It's just so crazy and it's not the record of a moderate

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J. D. Vance: The Destruction & Growing Threat of China

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last month

J. D. Vance: The Destruction & Growing Threat of China

"You have been highlighting the really destructive pernicious impacts of our relationship with China for a long time You know I've always been kind of a libertarian free trader And one of the few guys who managed to change my mind about the destruction the Chinese Communist Party as wrought upon the world economic system whether it's IP theft or government procurement they use over there You know when you get into office in the U.S. Senate hopefully you know this sworn in and just a couple of months after this election is Tuesday Is that one of the things we can count on you to focus on this is growing threat of China not just to our economy but to world peace Yeah it certainly is Dan and you're exactly right I mean they basically have built an economy and it's very parasitic off of America It's parasitic off our innovation It's parasitic off of our industry and we learned the hard way during all of the supply chain disruptions caused by China still trying to get to zero COVID which is insane but whatever that's their choice but you can't have the American economy so dependent on China that we can't get things that we need Either there's another angle to this Dan just given present circumstances you know that it's worth focusing on The most important input if you want to have a high power to industrial and manufacturing economy is energy Especially natural gas You can't manufacture steel without natural gas So with the Biden administration is doing by shutting down pipelines effectively trying to ban the fossil fuel industry inside of this country One way we should think about it Dan is a doubling down on the pro China policies We've seen from sort of the bipartisan globalist class in this country It's a disaster We shouldn't be continuing it and we certainly shouldn't be doubling down on it by shifting our energy economy completely overseas It's a bad bad policy on its own terms but it also empowers the Chinese

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J. D. Vance: Why Tim Ryan Is Actually Running for Senate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | Last month

J. D. Vance: Why Tim Ryan Is Actually Running for Senate

"JD what bothers me so much about this act that him and Mark Kelly who's running against Blake masters in Arizona put on is there's a difference between you know miss fees and some malfeasance I talk about it on the show all the time I mean if in old lady falls on you in front of you know in front of you in the summer when you don't help her up like it's a pretty awful thing to do It's miss visas right But if she goes to get up and you punch her in the face that's malfeasance It's not that Tim Ryan is just like abstaining and he's actively supporting anti U.S. energy policies open borders I mean really essentially supporting this fentanyl crisis If you don't support border controls you're just allowing fennel to come in That's not a leap of faith I mean he doesn't support law enforcement He claims to it's all crap It's an act This is really going to hurt people If this guy Tim Ryan becomes the 51st Democrat vote This guy he's got the policy he's going to vote for are going to genuinely impact your life This isn't a joke But it's not at all And you voted for the inflation reduction act the most ridiculously named piece of legislation in the history of the country because of course it will increase inflation You also voted for the 87,000 IRS agents to go after middle class workers and small businesses You're absolutely right committing malfeasance He's made the country worse off and look the thing about Tim Ryan that people don't appreciate outside the state of Ohio he's running for Senate because he was about to lose his congressional district Because the guy who's been in Congress for 20 years when he was first elected he won by over 20 points he nearly lost last time He was certainly the one or certainly going to lose this time around So he decided to run statewide and tried to hoodwink the people of Ohio to thinking that he's a moderate It's just not going to work down I'm telling you we're on the ground today We're pounding the pavement People know who this guy is As much as the media has tried to cover for him we're in a very good place

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J. D. Vance Reacts to Last Night's Speech by Joe Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | Last month

J. D. Vance Reacts to Last Night's Speech by Joe Biden

"Hey listen I don't want to get out ahead of my skis here I know you're busy on the campaign trail but I feel great about your race I think you guys are doing a great job in the closing days So last night Joe Biden gave another disastrous speech I bet your opponent Tim Ryan and others would have wished it didn't happen But what a wasted opportunity JD I mean he could have addressed the problems you're dealing with there in Ohio You know opioid abuse public safety the fed no crisis the border crisis And it's not what he did He chose to talk about the mega mango whatever semi fascist or whatever nonsense This guy's just he's got to be dragging down everyone across the country Yeah it's the weirdest thing and of course he's made Nancy Pelosi sort of the centerpiece of the Democrats campaign down the stretch here That's not going to get a lot of independence out to vote for the Democrats Here's the thing that I think he's trying to do Dan just to try to play not devil's advocate but to understand what they're trying to do I think Democrats are looking at the early voting numbers and they realize that it is catastrophic It's not just that they're not appealing to independence They're also not even appealing to their own base And so I think this was a partisan rant It was an effort to turn out the democratic base because even they are not doing what you know it's just not going to work not enough people care about what the Democrats say is a threat to democracy The real threat is democracy is the tech industry I think censoring political speech that's not something that Democrats are interested in talking about And I just don't think they're going to be able to turn out their people with a message focused on something that happened two years ago

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J. D. Vance: Dems Want to Redistribute Money to Their Favorites

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | Last month

J. D. Vance: Dems Want to Redistribute Money to Their Favorites

"You know I watched the town hall and watching Tim Ryan play dumb about the inflation reduction act It was really an insult to everyone's intelligence I mean JD this wasn't hard or complicated to figure out We're going to print a bunch of money We unquestionably don't have We're then going to give it out in Green New Deal handouts in government subsidies to companies I'm frankly not interested in I have a gas powered car And you're shocked that in an 8% plus inflationary environment printing more money was going to add fuel to the inflationary fire And Tim rising but I don't know Playing the sergeant Schultz now So that's one of two things JD either Tim Ryan's an idiot or Tim Ryan's a calculating politician who made the inflation situation worse There's no option to see there Well I'm a generous guy Dan It could be both I can tell you both Look you're exactly right Look people can't afford food right now in the state of Ohio and all across the country He wants to raise middle class taxes and give the money out for rich people to buy electric vehicles does not make an ounce of sense but again this is the thing that I think we have to wake up to on our site and we have to recognize what we're up against If you look behind these policies it's not just redistribution It's very often a redistribution to the Democrats favored interest groups So if you invest in electric cars if you are a green energy person if you have financial stakes in China Democrat policies are not bad for you They're actually good for you So this is not just your granddad's Democrat party that maybe wants to tax the rich a little bit and give it out to the poor This is fundamentally realigning the American economy in a way that's good for financial interests and globalists and that's one of the reasons why we have to beat these guys and beat them good in 6 days

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J. D. Vance: Trump Exposed Ohio Media as Leftists

Mark Levin

01:14 min | Last month

J. D. Vance: Trump Exposed Ohio Media as Leftists

"And Tim Ryan I don't think you can count on him at all Because as you point out he's demonstrated it for 20 years The guys are record And he needs to spend 20 30 40 million whatever he's spending to try and rewrite that record How are the media treating you in the state of Ohio Well Mark I like to say that the media is the world's largest super PAC and it's completely in the tank for the Democrats It didn't used to be this bad in the state of Ohio I do think there's something to be said for the fact that Donald Trump sort of forced these people to reveal who they really were or maybe just ripped off the mask and it made us all realize how crazy they were The media has been completely in the tank for the far left Really from the very beginning of our race they've slandered me They've attacked me Morning Joe apparently said that I was a 9 11 truther to completely ridiculous Well you know he's a representative It's always been irreparable Oh of course Of course of course But the state media hasn't been that much better at Mark and it's really crazy I think that they're all auditioning for jobs at CNN or The New York Times So they don't care about truth They care about the next promotion because of it They've been really bad in this race

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J. D. Vance: Dems Talk About Money, Not Values

Mark Levin

01:46 min | Last month

J. D. Vance: Dems Talk About Money, Not Values

"You know guys like Tim Ryan pretend they represent working people union non union you know people who work with their hands and their brains But they don't inflation is going through the roof The price of gasoline is going through the roof Now we see diesel fuel shortages which is going to be a huge problem the price of home heating oil this winter is another huge problem You've got wide open borders with drugs coming in and killing people's kids You see what's happening in our schools what kids are learning and so forth They don't stand for the average working person and truth Do they Not at all This is such an important point inflation hits working people the hardest the tax increases hit working people to artists Think of these 87,000 IRS agents market They're only I think less than a thousand billionaires in the entire country Those 87,000 IRS agents are going to come after working people And this is something that's important to emphasize Mark Democrats talk about normal Americans as if it's all about money And of course you need prosperity You need good jobs You need good wages It's also about values We want to send our kids to schools where they're educated and taught some civic virtues not taught to hate their own country We don't want pharmaceutical companies experimenting on 8 year old kids which is what all of this hormonal therapy stuff is It's allowing pharmaceutical companies to experiment on our children We want our values defended and our livelihoods defended And I think that's something many of the so called elites on the left miss They talk about money a lot but they don't talk about values And I think that us and the Republican Party and the conservative movement we actually recognize a good life is about prosperity It's also about having your values reflected in your country

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"Eventually you get tired of me a victim you take into your own hands and so now so now becomes I think you've had this conversation before you know it becomes looking at the structure of of obedience law right and it's like okay. Yeah it's illegal for me to take another life. How however is it. Is it okay from me to go on starving. When there's no options for me to eat is it. Okay for me to live in unhabitable situations. When i know there is if i just had an additional five hundred dollars a month and it's something that miniscule with like five literally will make a break someone's life and likelihood and then being able to see their basic needs it and so. That's one of the things that i've always said. And i've always said this. I'll be the sacrificial lamb. I will figure out a way for you to get that additional money. That additional resource. So you do not have to make those those same decision so you can't change the way that you think so you can focus on your future and not the president where nine year basic needs met before i went to kenya. My for the peace corps. Dad pulled me aside and he's like no vance the biggest difference between you and the people that you're going to be with and he's like you won't really understand this until much later is that they don't know anyone that knows anyone that can help them and my dad was making reference to the fact that i've been poor. I've had like ten dollars in my account before and not been able to buy are only buying roman noodles are barely able to pay my rent or whatever now my dad was like yeah but at the end of the day. If something really did happen there are people that would come through for you. But if you're living in an existence where you don't even know anyone that can help you out..

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"That's a great question It's i think in true gambling. You know if you're gambling against a house. That house has a mathematical bandage and The fact is we. We want to be the house. I mean i. I want to describe it all the time. We so in a way vance our commodity business. I mean this is the truth. I mean it doesn't sound. this isn't something. I wanna tell my kids. They may not be able to listen to this I tell our trader sometimes that you know when when the today show up at the office at seven. Am and they walk into a casino. And let's say it's a black floor and their job is to find the five or six tables out of one hundred that are offering eighty five. Ninety percent ought and The truth is when you when you gamble even if you're really really good at it you've probably got fifty fifty odds and and i know there's certain of gambling where that's not necessarily the case but the typical casino games. You're going to have forty three to forty nine percent odds in so in a way yeah. It's it's gambling. I mean that's part of the reason why we formed broadview group holdings as well and why partner with clay i I was doing something for fifteen years. When i was at the mash off where i felt like we were at creating real value for the world and i had this idea this concept and i i felt like it was something i couldn't pass up. Something was really passionate about. But i found myself. You know a few years end of this endeavor with that trading business finding myself asking okay. One of my gonna leave behind. What's the legacy going to be into the question. I'm not going to sit there and lie to you. I mean it's it's i think it's probably more dissimilar gambling than it is similar to gambling. But it's a form of gambling. I mean let's let's be clear about it We we we trade. In a way that i would call investing and we are longer term but at the end of the day we don't we. We backstop our trades with the ability to take physical delivery or to deliver that physical commodity. But we never intend to. We intend for it to be a paper trade. The other businesses we own We are have you ever taken a physical trade. Well not in this business have obviously other times. Been a part of physical commodity business. Been no not not in. That would be a bad day. If you have to. Loads of cattle showed us downtown. Clayton call you if that ever happens. You want to see that would like that. Yeah no but it's it's it's very insightful. Question you ask and and The truth is i..

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

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"You really get to hear. How did the audience interpret what i said. What is the challenges. They feel like they're facing. And you really bring up things. That should just stay between me and that organization so i decided not to air any further. I wanna thank the arkansas farm bureau for bringing in newer and amazing organization and it was great that you decided to allow me to air this keynote. I really do appreciate that. And i wanna thank you for listening to this Keynote speech it really means a lot to me that you are around through the whole thing and if you've been a longtime listener of the podcast you probably remember where a lot of these ideas came from. I would love to have a conversation with you about it. You can do that on twitter at vance crow or if you're the type of person that loves talking about these ideas and you wanna talk about them not just with me but with other people that love the podcast inner. Open to listening to a keynote by me. You may want to consider joining the articulate ventures network It's a place where it's a private social media channel we just have conversations that are kept with us there about all different sorts of things and people from all over the country are a part of it you can learn more by going to network dot articulate dot ventures and considered becoming a member of that group and we can talk about these in that place and finally if you are a person that organizes conferences like these and you would be interested in seeing if we're a good fit then you can go to vance crow dot com and schedule a conversation where we'll sit down and talk about your conference. What does the theme. What are some of the challenges your organization is facing and i can provide some ideas on things that i can talk about. That might fit those concepts. Thank you so much for joining me and we'll be back next week for an interview that you're normally used to coming to the vance crow podcast for thank you so much for listening. I'm so glad you're here.

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04:46 min | 1 year ago

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"I've got to be focused on learning all these new things for my clients. How in the world. I'm going to spend time with my daughters. And he said will. I realized i'm going to now. Change what i'm doing when i'm reading. I'm going to win and doing all this studying. I'm gonna look for the one interesting fact that i can tell them about when i'm tucking them in at night and so that's what he said i started to do this and i started to realize what facts the interesting which one's got him to light up and get excited and so when when they really liked one of the interesting facts that i told them i would then take that and write it out and send it to a few of my friends so they could share it with their children and what i found out was they started sharing it with their friends. And so i started this blog just sharing the interesting factor the day. That's how it worked. Now ask yourself a question. What is the next question you would ask john. Most people would ask. What's the most interesting fact you've ever heard what's where do you get all of these interesting facts. But i sat there in that moment was what was it the tiniest choice he made in telling the story the is choice he made was saying that his father was the one that prompted them to do this at his father saying it was my brother being a better father so i asked him the most obvious tiny question i could think of which was does your father's still think your brother's a better father. John lit up when i asked him that. And the reason it was okay to ask him because he's the one that brought this up. It was a tiny detail that was so important to him. He had it in the story. he didn't have to tell the story that way. He could've told it..

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04:40 min | 1 year ago

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"How did you get where you're at. How did you do what you did. And so if you're looking around and saying hey we've got this organization or i've got these skills or these thoughts and ideas that i think could really help young people but they're not coming to me. You have to ask yourself. How can i become the type of thing that other people weren't to become now on the flip side. If you're the person that wants to be mentored this is a two way street and often talk with young people about the challenge of going to somebody and asking them for advice if you ask somebody for advice or a book recommendation. Something that they can do that can help you along the they tell you. Read this book. You know what you've now done obligated yourself to read that book. Mentoring is something. That's really very difficult. But if you're looking around and saying we don't have enough people here in our group we haven't been able to figure out people that want to join our group which i would guess from the number of people that have shown up here. This is not your problem but if you do see this coming you have to say what do we need to change to be the sort of organization that other people wanna learn from and finally the one skill the tangible thing that can allow you to be able to build up an organization to find the new people that you can give borrowed power to the ones that are going to change the way your organization looks starts with small tar. How many people in this room enjoy doing small talk. Arkansas guys are pretty good at it but still. It's one of those things. When i asked in south dakota last week there was like one hand that went up right. They'd rather look at their shoes but small talk is one of those things that his passport..

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

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"You a chance to make decisions so you may be connect people to organizations were parts of groups. Are you. put them in charge of things that they are not yet ready to lead the decisions that you would make the way that you would wheel power the way your group will. Power is different than the decisions that the people you're installing would make and they're going to make mistakes which is why this is so difficult but borrowed power. As it extends out is people are able to learn different ways and start to practice and get good at knowing how to solve problems starts expanding and eventually borrowed power becomes earned power. People are no longer making the decision at the meeting. Because you're the one that gave them the authority. Make it or your support is what made it happened. But eventually they come into their own they know how to wield the axe and so people start trusting their decisions and as they do once they start getting earned. Power is where the really difficult thing happens. Because as a person develops earned power they build up relationships and networks that allow them to make choices and changes then all the sudden they start making changes in adding new groups and new ways of doing things that you would not make things that are very different than the decisions that you yourself would make or even think are important. Maybe it's like a technology like starting to use virtual reality or using different Internet ways of structuring. Your internet these are things that maybe on your face surface. You might say that policy over. That idea is terrible. We tried that before. But we don't want to but when you give someone power and they convert it from being borrowed to earned. They're going to start making decisions. That will change the shape of the organization and they may even stop doing things that you had been done. That had been done in your organization before this is a critical step..

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05:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Bullshit job is one of those jobs. Used to take a person forty hours a week to do. Maybe they were lucky. Could get it done in thirty five or thirty six but most of the time it took all kinds of hours even if it was an office job you had to wait for the facts or if you wrote a letter it took you so long to send it out and get it back if you really wanted to meet with people. It was really took a lot of time to get everybody together. Plan these meetings but now the work is the same and yet the amount of time it takes for you to get that work done has dropped all the way down. Some of his research says a forty hour a week office job is actually about four to six hours of work. Some of you might be completely shocked by this. And you might ask yourself what about these bloodthirsty corporations here trying to wrench every ounce of productivity out of their employees. Yes maybe corporations work that way. But there's a hidden element to the way companies work if you're a manager inside of large corporation your largest budget item.

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05:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Are you a member of a church. And from the nineteen forties all the way to two thousand that number stated about seventy to seventy one percent. But in two thousand. We started watching this go way down in fact just this year in two thousand and twenty the last time they ran this poll it turns out that less than fifty percent of americans say that they are a member of a church. Now if you are a devout believer you can think about this in terms of morality and what that means but let's also think about. This is a social technology because a lot more happens at church than just the worship of god people come together people that you don't necessarily choose to able to talk now. I've started bringing my own little daughter to church and you can see very quickly what happens. When a child's there she just sits there and waves and smiles and laughs and people that i would never have come in contact with people that i never ran into. The grocery store never saw it work. Now have a reason to come up and talk with me and check in on me and i get to check in on them and hear it on. What's going on what they think about things. You're exposed to ideas that on the internet. You might completely shun. But you can't shine people at church because you're going to see them next week too so what happens to a society when people stop using the social technologies that they once used well. This goes away and this starts causing all sorts of other problems things that we cannot even predict..

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05:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Now what this company does is large sovereign wealth funds that are going to invest. They're going to put a huge capital investment into build a factory in a country. That maybe hasn't been around for all that long or medias and all that stable so his company goes through analyze their culture. How are they doing. What's their political situation to determine. Will countries still be strong. In fifteen years. You'll be able to finally get paid out for your factory and so almost tongue-in-cheek. Because i thought hey we're living in i said well. What do you think if somebody came to you and said should i build a factory. Should i invest into the united states. He said something. That stunned is said. The greatest threat to the united states right now is its inability to pass on its institutions. We see this all the time right. Now we're watching it happen in our politics. We see how vitriolic things have begun to be. We see how things that we used to do. Know how to do the ways that we used to get along aren't working anymore. But it's not just in politics if you go into my community all of those institutions that were su feigned the things that brought us to our golden age things like rotary clubs and mason's lodges and churches even the boy scouts..

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05:16 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm so excited that my dad needs help with this. And then when the axe is ready he picks up one of the pieces of wood and he sets it up on a larger piece of wood and he leans back and he takes it and he shops. And you know that beautiful sound that comes from perfectly chopped piece of wood that echoed all the way throughout our yard. It was the perfect shop. And then he picks up one of the two pieces he split and he put it on there again and he does it again. Bang a perfect job. So i watch him do this for four or five pieces of wood and then finally my dream comes true. He hands mediafax and every single one of you. That has ever wielded. Acts on a piece of wood knows what happened next. I pull this thing over my head. And i'm going to thrust it down with all of my might looking for that wonderful beautiful chop sound and instead snack. I hit the handle and nothing happens right. My hands are reverberating and the would falls over. And and i think okay. Let's do this again in my dad kind of destiny off and sit on their again and i'm sure that everyone here knows exactly how this process went. I then continued to smack in swat at this thing. And i can barely get wood chips to fly off. Let alone get that ax to have that beautiful shop. But my dad just sits there and watches. Need you this over and over again. Until finally i get the in the wood. But it's not all the way through so we've got to take the little sledge and push it all the way down but after a little while. My dad said i need your help. We're not going to get this done by wintertime. Unless you help me out so here you go. And he goes in and gets dressed and goes off to work so now i could have viewed this as a chore but because he needed my help..

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05:44 min | 1 year ago

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"The podcast you might not know that. Most of my professional work when i'm not interviewing people around helping organizations think how about how to overcome challenges that are really big and scale or really opaque or abstract things. You know you need to address but there's an actual problem standing right in front of you. You don't exactly know what it is that you need to go after so people hire me. Oftentimes to either put on workshops or give keynote speeches to both make people think and inspire them to try and do things differently now in order to put out these new talks that i'm doing that. After seventeen months of cova did it is required. A huge amount of preparation. I'm trying all new stories. Different ways of thinking in constructing arguments and ideas. And i haven't had time to produce the sorts of interviews that you have come to expect from this podcast and so. I sat down with my executive producer ben anderson and said ben. What do you think we should do. If i don't have time to put out an interview this week. And he said well. I think the audience is actually uniquely setup to listen and enjoy some of these speeches that you're putting out and ben's totally right many of the ideas that i'm now using in my speeches come from conversations that you and i both heard on this podcast so i reached out to a group that i recently gave a speech at the arkansas farm bureau officer leadership conference and i asked them if they minded. If i put this keynote up and they said sure we'd love it for you to do that. And so what you're about to hear is a little bit behind the curtain. Because you're going to see what i do in my professional life when i'm not interviewing people but you're also somebody that is well acquainted with many of the ideas that i'm sharing. This makes me both excited to have a group of people that can share and think through these ideas with me but also a little bit nervous because some of the conclusions..

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05:24 min | 1 year ago

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"And article. I can't explain how it started but we had coussidis quite normal to has mice in australia and feed us guys living in a house and i had them all through my bedroom and everywhere and are just a could not handle it. I just whether their food and everything in con- escape it and it's yeah. It's a really awful problems howdy. i'm hannah. Newish wander a production lead at a soybean seized facility in central illinois. And you're listening to advance co podcast. We'll go back to the podcast. I'm glad you're here. Buckle up today. Because i just did an interview with lucy thackeray who is reporter in rural australia where they are facing a massive mice plague and when i first heard about this on twitter when i went out. And said hey. I'm thinking about doing some ag podcasts. That really like to get your input. What are some of the big issues going on. This came up. And so i started watching some videos and probably like you are right now. I had a bit of a smirk on my face. And i was like. Wow that'd be gross. But they're mice but to hear lucy. Describe what is going on in australia. It will shock and probably appall you but it is so worth listening to because lucy is an excellent reporter. That does a great job of explaining. How did this happen. What are the consequences of this happening. In what in the world. The are the australians going to do to try and solve this problem. So buckle in for this interview it is absolutely fantastic. We're in the middle of this egg series and we're trying to record these because i'm going to be heading out on the road in july and august. It's back now. That cuvette has allowed us to get together again. I'm doing lots of public speaking. If you have a group and you would like me to come in and talk about how culture is changing and where you can find opportunities there if you've had conflict and you want to teach people how to get past that conflict or it'd be able to work with your critics or even think about things like succession planning go to vance crow dot com and see if working with me would work well for you and your group. Also i've been doing legacy interviews. These have been something that listeners of the podcast have found to be a very interesting opportunity so if you have a loved one or a child grandparents somebody that you would like to hear their stories and their perspectives and have it captured. But you know that if you do it it won't be quite the same because they know you and they won't always answer your questions in the same way then you can go to store data articulate dot ventures and hire me to do an interview with.

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04:02 min | 1 year ago

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"A group of the eventually grew to about sixty people really smart interesting people from many disciplines And the idea of a new social operating system for society that was congruent to the challenges that we face is what arose and that's what game b. is right. It's a literally an attempt to say all right or something deeply wrong with our world and part and a lot of that has to be the fact that our institutional structures are ways about thinking about things truthfully haven't changed all that months much since the eighteenth and nineteenth century when i hear people argue about capitalism vs socialism. I go why are you so in love with ancient thinkers right. It's twenty-first-century people You know. I don't think the answer to what comes next. With respect to how we organize our society is likely to be well described by either eighteenth century. I e capitalists thinking or nineteenth century a socialist thinking And so we're trying to do thinking at that level but fresh with a wang sheet of paper some of the people around on what will it take to get humanity through the twenty first century without destroying ourselves and to build a vibrant and wonderful future for the human race. So i i like this so much. I've been shared everywhere. I've talked about your stuff on podcast. I've been invited on. I know you've been talking with jason. Mock who i think is an interesting character in the in the field of alternative kind of styles of agriculture. The thing that strikes me is. How will this movement possibly grow at scale. It seems to me that it requires people to take on a level of labor that we haven't had people doing for generations. So where where do you think people will be. Where do you think that the. How will this become water. That runs downhill and makes it easier overtime for people to join this excellent excellent question in fact we talked about this a lot right. And if you've got you've got yourself into the discourse you you've seen it's pretty high brow right a lot of it You know this is not designed for the guy who dropped out of high school lives in a trailer at this time but in the future it has to get to that person if it's going to be a social operating system for society so There are several of our founding team that had business careers. In fact i think the original twenty five game beers a five or six of us had been. Ceo's of Reasonably significant companies. And we all knew about the famous geoffrey moore crossing the chasm curve which essentially says first successful consumer product It typically goes through a series of markets. The first is the innovator market less than two percent of people are innovators and are open to hear entirely new things. The next is called the early adopter. And it's probably ten or twelve percent Then there's the early majority the people who hop on Trend once the early adopters have have tried it out. You know canonical example. Is the flat screen tv. When those things i existed in the ninety s they were like thirty thousand dollars right and only a few cranks bottom like the first flats. Actually yeah i flat screen tv. I bought Was ten thousand dollars in the year. Two thousand i think and then And of course that was a very odd ball. And i bought it just to see what the fuck it was all about right. I'm not even that much. Tv watcher and But as part of my dance on the edge this lot screen. tv shit and now of course You know most recently flat screen tv. I bought.

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05:36 min | 1 year ago

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"You can't put your finger on something in your rain. Say this is consciousness. Rather it's a dance of lots of different things in the body and the and the mind and just like in food science and in pharmaceuticals we have things called digesters. They'll use bacteria these fungi. They use yeast to process chemicals and tournament higher value products. And we call it a digest or even though that digest or doesn't look anything like your whole in your stomach and your pancreas and your liver but it does something analogous. It's kind of like digestion. So there's a long way around. So where i come out. Is that things like my conscious dear very rudimentary but And and other machine consciousnesses that we're likely to see in the next five to twenty years are going to be analogous to what human consciousnesses but in no means Closely identical to it. It's a whole series of pretty fine distinctions. But they're important. When you think about this question. Well i remember when we were about to do your podcast You know we kind of talked a little bit about. And i had mentioned the damon right the inner voice behind people. And you're kinda like well you know. There's the philosophers out there that say the decisions that you make are not actually driven by you in fact we can watch in an mri that that you make the decision and then you're conscious what then you become conscious of the fact that you made that decision so something is going on behind the the works and just because you perceive that you had the choice doesn't mean that you actually did. Is that a fair representation that yes. That's called the live at result one of the most famous studies in cognitive science that it appears that the decision for instance to move your finger happens somewhere on the order of half a second before you actually move your finger and one variant on that is what is free will and the conclude in one in one variant. Is that the decision to move. Your finger is part of the unconscious machinery of the mind and with the conscious Layer has is a very short window to veto that suggestion So know it happens and you have a very short period where you can say. No don't do it And that's essentially what it means the fact that that that the The neurons are starting to fire to move your finger before your conscious of it. Typically your conscious of it before the finger actually moves so you have a veto window. Maybe that's all free will is And the other important thing about consciousness particularly. This is where i work very closely. And where my Simulations are digging in is that consciousness orchestrates and is a A workspace for the integration of unconscious processes you know the vast preponderance of our processing is unconscious and but signals from the unconscious or constantly rolling into the brain at a relatively slow rate Which is quite interesting and then the processing occurs very slowly relatively speaking to the unconscious in the conscious brain and enter. It's the dance between the two which makes animals who we are. And i point that out that the school thought that i'm involved with believes animals from at least reptiles up our conscious so consciousness is not just a human artifact. It's been something that's been evolving. Probably saints amphibians and certainly you know..

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02:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Which is the root in some ways of modern thinking about consciousness which i believe in most current researchers and consciousness believe is wrong but anyway Rene descartes believed that consciousness and the body were two separate materials and that they talk to each other through the pineal gland of all weird things and that you can think of consciousness as being analogous to the christian soul And that when you die. The consciousness separated from the body went did its own thing etc. say modern thinkers no mostly at least scientific thinkers reject that view and they believe in consciousness as being emerging from the material so they the consciousness emerges from our brains and our bodies and when the bodied is the consciousness dies and it does not go on some separate existence not a separate material. Also it's a uniform -tarian view then. There's a second for those who believe that consciousness. I think we was called functionalism that if you had a computer that was similar enough to the way humans process or even processed in a different way you could nonetheless create an identical Consciousness experience to that. Which human has i would say that. I'm skeptical of that. And the school that i approach this question from is the question. Is the school of john. Searle the berkeley philosopher who writes them amazingly accessible books by the way if you want to read a philosophers take on the science of consciousness. Look up john. Searle that's s. e. a. r. l. e. His view is that our consciousness. The only one that we know a call at the animal consciousness emerges from our bodies in a very complex way includes the brain but includes the gutten includes skin includes our senses everything else and so attempting to duplicate our exact consciousness In a machine is going to be very very difficult. Probably won't happen anytime soon however You know he describes. Consciousness is a biological function like digestion or respiration which has many components to it like..

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05:11 min | 1 year ago

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"Because i think you know the to see if they're smiling if they look like they're trying to manipulate you. These are things that we've learned or evolved to learn over time really in depth but then vr. And i say well. I don't know there's something about the feeling like i'm in the same. Three dimensional spaces you that makes me feel more connected than a lot of the zun calls. I've been on if i agree. I think a bit more but definitely better than zoom but it would be great if they could somehow capture our facial expressions and particularly our is always found is to be key. Somebody's had the windows to the soul. And obviously in these very simple avatars. We don't have anything like that but the thing that we do have that we've discovered is the when you talk. It makes your head kind of shaker groves. Sometimes it'll make the avatars. The lips will shaker grow. So that way you can tell who's talking and then we also figured out that Avatars with hands are a lot more Able to communicate than people without hands. And so because you figure out somebody maybe says like oh my turn or you had a lot more gesture so the hands actually ended up being an important part of communicating inside of here. It makes sense. Not pretend to be italian today so when you remember back with vr you kind of always up on the leading edge was kind of the promise of the are as you were getting started. The first time i kind of stuck my nose in vr. Was i nine hundred and ninety four or something like that When jaron lanier was kind of the leading explorer in that realm and truthfully the thought was that virtual worlds would be would be available and that would be. That was the goal. Now is a second order kind of business thing like oh maybe a beautiful for industrial training training the military or something like that and as we know that we're actually some of the biggest business successes here in our in our third generation..

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05:00 min | 1 year ago

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"It's now just about to start going into practice at the local on the ground stage What we call probe's which are actual communities of people living in part Game be ways of life and actually developing local operating systems for governing. How they live. So i won four very first. One has actually closed on its lamb. I'm brian moles. A farmer living in florence south dakota and you're listening nance curl podcast. Welcome back to the podcast. I'm glad you're here today. You can see we are doing something totally different. I had jim rut. Come join me in the articulate ventures underground bar for the first ever podcast in virtual reality. I don't know if anybody else has ever done a podcast in vr. But jim is one of those people that if you're going to get the attention of a guy that has his brain space his network. His ideas is in fouzy azam. Then you've got to use it for things that are going to push the envelope and that is exactly what we did. Today we jumped into vr. We had the experience of talking about. What is it like in vr. And then we just did regular podcast where we talked about everything from artificial intelligence to consciousness to the changes of language and really how he interacts and engages with people finishing up with a really interesting conversation about his program game be. I am so glad you're here. I'm glad you're interested in these kind of exciting ideas. And if you've been one of those people which. I have them reach out to me all the time on twitter and send me emails that thought about joining the articulate ventures network let vr. Be one of those things that brings you into it. It is really difficult to figure out where to go what to do how to make it worthwhile. But if you're a person that wants to explore this new world it's something we are doing all the time of the network and it's not just me. I'm actually one of the people that took the first steps in there but now we've got people building their own. Vr world people starting up different field trips that we can take in all kinds of experiences. And you can be one of those people even if you don't know where you're gonna fit when you join the network. Everybody comes in. They realized that there's this explosion of enthusiasm that there's somebody new there with something to share and then everybody finds a spot for them to contribute and things that they get out of it. We couldn't even -ticipant so if you're interested in joining the network. I hope you'll go to network data articulate that ventures to sign up and know that we would love to see you in vr so now without further ado. We're going to go to my man. Jim rut well jim rut. Welcome back to the podcast. Only this.

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