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Judge exonerates two men convicted in 1965 killing of Malcolm X

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Judge exonerates two men convicted in 1965 killing of Malcolm X

"The charges have been dismissed against two of the men found guilty in the slaying of civil rights leader Malcolm X. in a New York courtroom Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior declared that Mohammad Aziz and Khalil Islam did not get a fair trial in nineteen sixty six because evidence that would've cleared them was deliberately withheld orders on the record J. Edgar Hoover himself the FBI Wilson this is not to tell police or prosecutors have anymore in fact FBI informant the judge granted the request conditionally vacated Mohammad Aziz who was paroled with his co defendant in the eighties hopes the criminal justice system that unfairly put him in jail makes restitution the same system that responsible for this travesty of justice all of the responsibilities he cites racism behind his prosecution and conviction for the

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2 men convicted of killing Malcolm X expected to be exonerated

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

2 men convicted of killing Malcolm X expected to be exonerated

"Hi my cross your reporting two men are set to be cleared of the killing of Malcolm X. two men convicted of the nineteen sixty five assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X. are set to be cleared Thursday according to their attorneys at Manhattan's top prosecutor eighty three year old Mohammad Aziz at the late Khalil Islam had always maintained their innocence a nearly two year reinvestigation about authorities withheld evidence favorable to the defense Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior tweeted his office will join the beds attorneys and asking a judge to toss out the convictions of third man Bushe he'd Abdul haleem also notice tell the chair or Thomas Hagen was also convicted of the murder in March nineteen sixty six Hagen who admitted he was one of the three gunmen who shot Malcolm X. testified either Aziz nor Islam was involved Haygood was paroled in twenty ten hi

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Politician J.D. Vance Sees a Grassroots Movement Talking Hold Across the Nation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

Politician J.D. Vance Sees a Grassroots Movement Talking Hold Across the Nation

"Terry just doesn't get it. He is in his little bubble. The man who was Virginia governor who wants to be governor again, he's doubling tripling down on CRT, count three, Terry mccaul F we've got to go back, K to 6. Early on, we've got to start teaching, talking about these issues much earlier than we've done it before. And we don't do a good job in our education system, talking about diversity, inclusion, openness, and so forth. We don't. We got our textbooks, but you know, there has to be a big part of how do you fit in into the social work of our nation and our fabric. How is it that we deal with one another is to me is as important as your math class or your English class and so forth. K to 6. Math, not so much diversity and inclusion. I know our first guest is going to have something to say about that. He is stirring up the political world with his candidacy for the Senate in Ohio JD Vance. Welcome back to America first. Thank you for having me. You must be watching with a very, very close eye, the last ten days in Virginia. The whole CRT doubling down. Is this a phenomena? Are you witnessing the pushback on a similar scale in Ohio? How bullied are you that Americans are finally waking up, JD? Look, I'm very excited about what I'm seeing. Certainly in Virginia, but also in Ohio, it feels like there's a real grassroots movement brewing on the conservative movement right now. And it's just like in times past it's not just the politicos. It's not just the establishment folks. Sometimes not even people who are that political, but they're just very fired up about what their kids are teaching. Their kids are coming home, crying upset because they're being told that they're a bad person depending on the color of their skin and they're just fed up about it. And I think, you know, it may very well take down tearing the calls, but I certainly think it is the beginning of the movement all across this country that's going to take down a lot of Democrats all over all over the

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The Left Clearly Hates America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | Last month

The Left Clearly Hates America

"The left we understand. We understand there goes. They hate America. They don't necessarily want to destroy it. They want to create it recreated in their own image. Which will mean destroying the America that we know and cherish. That's clear. That's understood from opening the borders. To creating a military that is woke and laughed at by our enemies. To creating school boards that are guided by their design to indoctrinate our children, politically, and to cutting out the role and the say of parents in the raising of their children and their education. We understand that. It's as clear. In Americans who aren't political, are rising to the task of recognizing that threats. But what about our side? What about those that are putative conservatives, conservatives, nominally? But not in actuality. They could be even more of a threat to us. You've heard it all before the criticisms of president Trump who was a very unusual quote unquote Republican. He's so crude. Remember the Billy Bush tape? What about stormy Daniels and all the others? Oh, and don't forget his tweets. People are still talking about president Trump's tweets, even though he doesn't even have a Twitter account. You've heard all of these criticisms and many, many others. The never ending loop of Trump criticism a critique, which seems inconsequential when compared to what he actually did in office for four years. The record of his policy accomplishments from crushing the physical caliphate of the jihadi group ISIS, the most successful modern jihadi group that he had even eclipsed Al-Qaeda to creating a pre Wuhan flu a pre COVID economy, the likes of which America and the world had never seen.

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Professor Ben Burgis on His Proposed 'Baby Steps Toward Justice' in America

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | Last month

Professor Ben Burgis on His Proposed 'Baby Steps Toward Justice' in America

"With us tonight is Ben or doctor Burgess or Ben Burgess, however you want to say it. We're going to be debating and we'll see where it leads us. Democrat socialism versus conservative populism, super thrilled, that Ben is here tonight to have this discussion. It'll start with some opening statements. And then we'll take it from there. The two minutes is yours? Doctor bridges. Thank you, mister Kirk. Thank you to town circle for setting this up. So I'm a democratic socialist because I don't think anybody deserves to have less power or dramatically worse life because of factors that are outside of their control. So that's the first part. That's the philosophical basis. Concretely, I think it's obscene. The way we have an economic system where workers at Amazon warehouses skip bathroom breaks because they're worried about falling behind in their quotas and their boss literally owns his own spaceship. Now we can argue about what a fairer society would look like. I can contrast what I would see as utopia with what you would, and I'm always up for that kind of thing. I'm sure we'll get into some of it later. But what I really like to start out with is not so much that end point as the baby steps towards justice that we could take right now. Things like raising taxes and rich people to pay for social programs that would benefit the rest of us, things like raising the minimum wage for the working poor. Things like make it easier for ordinary people to organize unions so they can have at least a little bit of a say at what happens in the workplaces where they spend half their waking lives, and I got to say, what I was confused with me about you, Charlie, is that I see you say that you're not like an old style kind of corporate Republican and the rigging Bush William F. Buckley kind of mold and certainly the politicians who seem to be most enthusiastic about people like Donald Trump or JD Vance now, make a big deal saying they're populists. They really want to help struggling people in the heartland. And if that's true, I don't really get why you don't support any of those things that I just

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 Cardinals coach Kingsbury, 2 others to miss Sunday vs Browns

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Cardinals coach Kingsbury, 2 others to miss Sunday vs Browns

"Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury will miss the cardinals game Sunday at Cleveland Kyler Murray in Baker Mayfield former teammates at the university of Oklahoma will face off with the five no Arizona Cardinals played the Cleveland Browns on Sunday but the cardinals be without coach Kliff Kingsbury quarterbacks coach Kim Turner or defensive tackle Zach Allen after they tested positive for code nineteen star linebacker Chandler Jones is also out he was put on the reserve Kobe ninety list on Tuesday Kingsbury who said that the team has been one hundred percent vaccinated for quite awhile did his usual Friday morning media availability at the team's practice facility several hours before the news came that he tested positive Arizona's defense coordinator Vance Joseph and assistant head coach and special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers will split coaching responsibilities for Arizona I'm

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:00 min | Last month

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"A typewriter worked on and eventually on a computer but So from that perspective i was. I come by pretty naturally. It's always been a part of my life the farming side of things Again i grew up on a farm but we we were ferret finish operation. We had a cow. Calf operation corn soybeans. My brother is ten years older than me and got. He and dad got got caught up in the crisis in the late seventies early eighties at a farm sale in nineteen eighty when i was a when i was fifteen years old. And and you know fifteen years old. You'd just kind of old enough to to understand what's going on. But you had to make an effort to really understand why i kind of made that effort and when you see what what happened in so many cases In the late seventies early eighties The farm crisis was very real. The the it it amplified it whatever When it became a rural banking crisis if the banks would have stayed in good shape the force for closures wouldn't have happened. And i know that this this may sound obvious but the banks at that time got themselves into the problems and made it a bigger problem for a lot of farms out their farms several generating revenue. They were making their payments. They were making payments with sixteen eighteen percent interest and they were making the interest and the principal payments okay so it was happening but when the banks got in trouble that's when they transferred their problems to the business and and to the farm businesses as well so That's when it farmers farmers in the late seventies early eighties vance. They would have a conversation one afternoon with their bank president to or whatever Bank owner and they'd say something vance. You're doing great look at this. Let's go over your books while that's fantastic. Everything is going just fine the next day after a board meeting. You might get that phone call. Vance it says vance. We need to talk because you're upside down.

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Twitter Suspends JD Vance Campaign Account

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Twitter Suspends JD Vance Campaign Account

"You see what happened to jay. Vance jd vance the author of hillbilly elegy the Appalachian raised kind of half appalachian. Half middletown ohio raised a young man. Who went on to become A yale law school. Nor i take that back. I think he went to yale. For as undergrad got his law degrade ohio state. Beg your pardon at anyway you'll jedi vance now. Senate candidate jd. Vance is one of the top senate candidates at least according to polls rising. He's got a lot of very powerful people behind him. Not a lot of which by the way or not all of which are full on full conservatives. he's got some silicon valley support but jd. Vance is a senate candidate to replace rob portman who is retiring and is not running for reelection here in the state of ohio again in which i reside so i will cast votes in this election. Jv vance's campaign account was suspended from twitter. Twitter is not now just censoring conservative individuals. Like you know the former president of the united states now. They're actually practicing. Election interference the campaign account for jd. Vance was suspended without any rhyme or reason offered. You just can't have a place on twitter anymore. They're still trying to find out why. To my knowledge they have not found out why. But it's an issue. It's a massive issue. Free speech the ability to communicate the ability to use modern tack. Everyone else's using modern tack in campaigning. All of that now is up in the air.

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Lizzo Upsets Madonna Fans

Daily Pop

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Lizzo Upsets Madonna Fans

"Fans. Are this morning. Missile set off a hot debate. And we're going to try to settle this once and for all. Who is the queen of top. I i've got to say good morning to lawa. Thank you for being here this morning. In the yellow bird. Morgan stewart vision in white. As thank you right and you are always fabulous dear. Yes we do need to be better about repaying. The compliment right at nine hours sleep today. So i'm ready ready again. So this new debate started with one little tweet little. Janet jackson is the queen of which did not go over well with madonna. Vance may say madonna's held that title for almost forty years. So let's do this. Who is the queen of madonna. First of all our producer texted us this morning. When i was getting my copetition second. You're busy but i need to know who's the queen about i literally went from madonna to. Oh britney's obviously the queen of pop issue the princess so literally. This is where my mind went. I was like madonna britney. And then i was like what then there's gaga you gotta include gaga but then i was like god has now my mind never went to janet and i stand you rhythm nation jan. I'm into janet. You know this young janet to justice. Yup go no no. I don't think she's more diverse eclectic than cable. Let me say this does more than just pop. I think janet jackson does not want that title because it comes with too much work. Janet wants to do half a tour she at home. She wants to be with that baby. She wants to count that two hundred bidding meal you. She got mad man from dubai. Live her best. Life jackson does not want that crown. Do you think. Gm even considers herself the queen of pop. I think janet. Jackson glenn centers. The queen of

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Trump Ally May Run for President in 2024

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Trump Ally May Run for President in 2024

"You wrote the first piece about my buddy robert. O'brien last seen in california. Moderating the california recall debate with me doing a fine job. I thought he'd be signed by. Nbc cbs or abc. This week are fox because he did such a great job. But you think he's running for not thank. You picked up signs. He may be running for president. I think that he is interested in running for president. I don't think it's necessarily a slam dunk away. I think with some other people that i've covered and then i've written about extensively. I do think that miserable. Brian ambassador. O'brien is hearing from. At least some people with not a number of people that have encouraged him to run because they think he brings something to the table from a foreign policy perspective and just from the perspective of having a pretty logical conservative thought process and he also has relationships in the trump wing of the party as well as the traditional party amount of the traditional wing. He looks probably the best national security advisor. Trump had was able to navigate all of that stuff and he was able to navigate very girl president. I think some people see him as an interesting candidate and he is now doing with all the rest of them are doing in order to laying the groundwork for a possible bid he's focusing on helping republicans running twenty two As i reported he's he's hosting or headlining a fundraiser. For jd vance. He ohio senate candidate and he's going to be traveling. The country helping other congressional candidates for the republicans so it added to the list.

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

04:46 min | 4 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

04:40 min | 4 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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The Vance Crowe Podcast

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:59 min | 4 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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Radicals Like D.A. Vance, A.G. James Are Purposely Persecuting Trump and Allies

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 4 months ago

Radicals Like D.A. Vance, A.G. James Are Purposely Persecuting Trump and Allies

"Look at the situation in New York, New York. With the radical left wing. In my view, unethical District Attorney Manhattan advance Charges the CFO of the trump companies. With some minor tax issues, and they had him up. She it's $3 million using a car. He didn't report that And a few other goodies that they get as corporate executives. Every corporate executive in this country, you better go back and amend your tax returns. Normally what the IRS does a slap you on the hands they could pay interest in the penalty. You don't you're not charge not indicted. I didn't have this. Latisha. What's her ass? The attorney general of New York, who runs for office. Saying she wants to take down Donald Trump that she will use her office. Not only doesn't she recuse herself, she's not disbarred Nothing. Nothing. And then Rudy Giuliani. His law license is temporarily suspended because the New York lawyers and and others their judges. Didn't like the way he represented his client during the last election and in Washington, D. C. Not to be outdone says Well, we're going to have to do it, too, because he has a lot of license here until that's resolved. Incredible.

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DA: 6ix9ine’s Bodyguards Broke Man’s Phone After Wild Chase

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

DA: 6ix9ine’s Bodyguards Broke Man’s Phone After Wild Chase

"The restaurant is on to Roger being called out over their alleged role in a crazy car chase in New York City it's the kind of thing you would think would not have to be said but the Manhattan district attorney says the streets of the city are not the wild west Cyrus Vance juniors messages saying that rap star Takashi six nine and his bodyguards over an incident last summer that has now resulted in indictments authorities say five members of six nine security team were irked by a man taking cell phone video of the rapper so they chase them and their S. U. V.'s lights ablaze until they caught the guy who took his phone and then smashed it six nine was not charged with five members of the security team were indicted on charges of robbery false impersonation and other charges one member of the security team is an ex NYPD detective who is also accused of falsely claiming to police that the mandate changed have threatened them with a gun I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Meet Josh Mandel, Running for U.S. Senate

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 4 months ago

Meet Josh Mandel, Running for U.S. Senate

"I thought Let me ask Josh Mandel to come on the program because the last time he ran for the Senate, I endorsed him. You're also facing Josh Mandel. Some big time rhinos, part of the Republican Party in Ohio, who are pretending to be conservatives. So tell the American people and tell the people of or hire a few would a little bit about your background. Thanks smart. I am fully anti establishment. I am not going to Washington to just drain the swamp. I'm going there to blow up the swamp while I'm going to take on the radical left in the secular left. I also think that we have a fight for the soul of the Republican Party, a fight for the soul of the conservative movement, and we can no longer afford to elect Mitt Romney's Liz Cheney's or these J. D. Vance's Who are rhinos, just like Romney. Endless Cheney. We need to elect reinforcements. For Ted Cruz reinforcements for Mike Lee reinforcements for Jim Jordan and for Donald Trump, and that's exactly what I am. I'm a Marine Corvette did a couple tours in Iraq. I'm a constitutional conservative, and I'm a fighter. I'm not going to Washington to make friends. I'm not going to Washington to get invited to the cocktail parties. I'm definitely not going there to get liked by the media. The mainstream media deadwood media, social media, They already hate me. I'm going to Washington to stand up for the

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Tropical Storm Elsa Threatens Florida With Heavy Rain, Wind Early Next Week

Safe Money

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Tropical Storm Elsa Threatens Florida With Heavy Rain, Wind Early Next Week

"Storm Elsa continues to quickly move through. The Caribbean doctor Jack Bevan, with the National Hurricane Center says the storm speed has weakened it when the source flows in and may have a better chance to get organized. The problem is then that we pay a thing over land. Vance's Elsa is now moving at 31 MPH. It has wind speeds up to 70 MPH.

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Manhattan DA Cy Vance Probably Coming for All Conservatives in NYC

The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | 5 months ago

Manhattan DA Cy Vance Probably Coming for All Conservatives in NYC

"The descent into absolute chaos brought about by the liberal tyrants that are now running our country doesn't end in the sad now Sorry state of New York City where the ridiculous Tyrannical, grotesque prosecutor in New York City. Cy Vance was trying to prosecute the trump CFO for Yeah, Yeah, free parking. I just got a text from a friend. Kathy. She's listening to show on the great Wael. She says To me that cases Dan, if you were thinking about going to New York anytime soon, you better stay out of there. Say that guy will come for you to and you know, you kind of, say it with the Winky Emoji guy, But that's not really Winky Emoji guy gets really true now like you're a conservative, you're really in danger in New York are being prosecuted for like jaywalking. Or free coffee in the office. Did you pay taxes on that coffee? That's a fringe benefit. Well, Jimmy, do you have an A C when I was correct? I don't have crazy curate. Craig, I don't have one of those. Not my bag of donuts. Really? But what do you think? One of those little things I don't know. Maybe 10 cents 15 cents, folks, that's taxable. It's gotta be right. I mean, it's a benefit Is Cy Vance. Looking into

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Trump's Company and Its Chief Financial Office Indicted

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Trump's Company and Its Chief Financial Office Indicted

"Donald trump's company and his longtime finance chief of been indicted following a two year investigation by prosecutors in New York City the indictments were expected there was a meeting last week between prosecutors and trump's organization lawyers but now insiders say the company's chief financial officer seventy three year old Allen Weissenberg will be presented in court the charges are expected to alleged tax evasion including unreported company benefits provided to top executives like cars apartments and school tuition trump said this week the company's actions are standard business practice the charges against Y. so Bergen the trump organization are the first to arise from the two year investigation led by Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a Democrat is leaving office at the end of the year I'm Jackie Quinn

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Manhattan DA Expected to File Charges Against Trump Organization, Has Nothing on President Trump

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Manhattan DA Expected to File Charges Against Trump Organization, Has Nothing on President Trump

"Charlie Gasparino, who is a real reporter, Eleanor Tariff. Don't know who she is. For the past five years. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has been investigating the Trump Organization. Donald Trump his sons, Eric and Don Jr for alleged tax front. The inquiry produced three million pages of documents based on 100 subpoenas. Is Fox Business First report advance even created it task force some accountants and lawyers to make a possible indictment of the former president and his sons. The office is top priority. The result of this effort will be disclosed tomorrow on what appears to be a case that falls significantly short. Prosecutors initial grandiose visions and by the way, prosecutors are not supposed to have grandiose visions. Fox Business has learned that Vance's office plans to charge the Trump Organization's chief financial officer, Alan Wisenberg, and the organization itself with fraud. For what Over perks. Why Sandburg received that We're not Canada's income and thus allegedly criminally evaded taxes. Now this is unbelievable. Usually the IRS will come and slap your hand pass for the perks with penalty and interest. Neither the former President Norris, two signs with with whom he runs his real estate and country club empire are expected to be charged. People with direct knowledge of the matter told Fox Business. Expected indictment of wisely break. I have no doubt they tried to force Wisenberg to testify to say anything like they did with Manafort. But they don't have

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Charges Expected Thursday for Trump's Company, Top Executive

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Charges Expected Thursday for Trump's Company, Top Executive

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting charges are expected Thursday against the trump organization and a top executive charges are expected to be filed Thursday against former president Donald trump's company and his longtime finance chief Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior has led a two year probe into the trump organization the charges against the company and chief financial officer Alan Wiesel Berg appeared to involve non monetary benefits the company gave to top executives possibly including use of apartments cars and school tuition Wiesel Berg came under scrutiny in part because of questions about his son's use of a trump apartment at little or no cost very wisely bird managed to trump operated ice rink in Central Park his ex wife Jen Wiesel bird has been cooperating with the investigation hi Mike Crossey

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So-Called Investigation on Trump Organization Is a Con to Target President Trump

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 5 months ago

So-Called Investigation on Trump Organization Is a Con to Target President Trump

"Need to pay attention to this. This is from the hill. New York Prosecutors give Trump Organization lawyers Monday Deadline report on Mondays today. New York prosecutors have given former President Trump's attorneys until Monday afternoon. Which has passed to provide an argument as to why the Trump Organization should not face criminal charges of the Washington Post reported. You can see the leaks coming out of this, uh, Cyrus Vance operation. Last week, it was reported the Manhattan Da's office was considering bringing criminal charges against the Trump Organization as a whole. Against executive Alan Weiss Loberg. This is his old guy who's been right who's been the financial officer for decades because they're trying to get Trump. New York Times reported. Trump's attorneys had made an appeal to prosecutors from the DA's office to not file charges against the company. The two sources close to the matter. How do you like that? The two sources close to the matter told the post that Trump Organization attorneys now have until Monday to make a case as to why the charges should be filed. Investigation. This investigation has been going on for four years. And they have filed dozens of subpoenas and have gotten millions of pages of documents. Into transactions. I'm sure they go back years and years. Unbelievable. This is the same data who wouldn't go after All those perverts. From Hollywood who live in the New York Yes, He's such a hack.

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:51 min | 9 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"Their mind. Not at all man. I think your podcast is truly an excellent place where you it's not just that you're finding such interesting people. I think you have a deep gravity. Well that people just kind of fall into and you've built it over a long period of time but your base knowledge to be able to communicate with them. I mean people can't just slide ideas past you. There are a lot of things that that barred was talking about that. I'd had to be like okay. I guess that's true but you you kept up with them which makes me wonder what is your reading regimen like. How how do you know you get off the internet for six months at a time or or or at least social media how what do you do to keep this Pesach funny. I've been reading an starting one hundred bucks a year since i was about ten. And finish about seventy five. And i've done it all throughout my life. You know whether. I was a loafing bum hitchhiking around the country which we talked about on your last podcasts or whether i was hyper busy public company. Ceo who's day during the workday was scheduled and fifteen minute blocks including to take shit right. I still found time to read my hundred bucks. A year and I just did it late at night. And early in the morning and so i have always been a relentless reader and of course the internet's made it easier to dig so you read a reference in a book often moved Go over to google scholar and pull up the reference and read bat and maybe redesigned typic- paper to so i'm essentially a self directed learning machine who has read something like fifty five hundred books in my life and probably fifty thousand scientific papers or something like fat. And so i happen to a pretty large body of knowledge and i would say i have a decent though. Not top of the Curve ability to integrate them into a coherent body So you know even if someone says something that isn't specifically about The topic. we're talking about. I have a large body of other data. That's analogous and by comparison. That can i can bring to bear. And then just a little trick. I mean it's not really a trek thing. I do about my podcast. Is i actually read the goddamn books right. A lot of podcasters. Don't i actually read the books. Annotate them carefully sometimes do some side research by One of yearly be able to challenge the speaker. And i spent about ten hours preparing for each podcast so Combine that with the this large Kind of self directed education program. I've been on since i was ten years old And then the fact that i really do read the books In detail allows me to engage the the authors. I think in a way that the somewhat uncommon.

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

03:59 min | 9 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"Of course even alphabetic languages for cultural reasons evolve at different rates for instance. The french have an academy that defines legally what french is and english. Never has english has been is the most opportunistic alphabetic languages and it's as bizarre hybrid. That's about sixty percent. Anglo saxon and forty percent french in its Roots and it was. Let's say five hundred years ago. And we willy nilly adopt yiddish. We adopt italian. You know we adopt Spanish wade out You know terms from anywhere in any anybody and we pervert them and use them for our own purposes and an actor. That one of the that reinforces your statement. That makes english Less preservationists even something is relatively recent as chaucer about twelfth century It's really hard work. Read even shakespeare Most people they read slowly can read shakespeare But he uses all kinds of weird words That we're not really familiar with. They have different meetings. et cetera. And of course he doesn't have a lot of words that we have so Even shakespeare a Less than five hundred years ago Is getting harder and chaucer damn hard to go back to beowulf old english impossible. You know you cannot read beowulf in the original old english Without a dictionary basically made sixteen hundred years ago. You're right you can go read a chinese classic from a point five hundred years ago and at least make some sense of it and the same is also true of ancient greece greek It's interesting that agent. Greek while it conquered the world alexander the greek and the hellenic period. Afterwards there are knowing the languages at derived from ancient greek. it's very curious. I'll latin of course as hundreds of languages that have one hundred many languages many of now extinct that derived from latin. There's not a single language that derived from ancient greek. It was quite a bit more conservative than latin. You had a guy on nugget meal. Remember his name top my head but he was basically making a challenge to the kind of western understanding of religion. And god and i. The conversation was about the silk road and he brought up zoroastrianism and the the the western understanding of that being all incorrect. This is this ringing a bell for you and you've done barred. That was a phenomenal interview. And i have no idea if he's right or not but just the idea is that he was Slamming into into my mind. I've found to be really striking. And i haven't gotten all the way through it yet because it was so slow but i wondered if you guys got to language because it seemed really important the silk road with its Mean language ends up being a mind virus right. It is the software that you use to be able to convert ideas just like we're saying some of them evolve quickly some of them. Don't some of them are so impenetrable that than that makes it so of western culture may be. Don't get into them you know. The russian language is Notably difficult to to learn so it makes it if people want now. I think it's easier for ideas to hop but they were more preserved from that anyway. It was just a thought that i had regarding. I thought that was a phenomenal interview. Did yeah it was Alexander is a heady dude. He's also intentionally controversy also he said. Stop to stir up the shit right But he is really a brilliant dude And so you would wanna get a very interesting tap bands through thinking about religion in this particular case his proposed new internet religion right Checkout alexander borrowed on the jim rome show at jim rutledge. Oh dot com. There will plug.

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:28 min | 9 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"And i am i never had that thought right and very few people have the kind of thoughts that yoshi has on the other hand. There's not a there's not an iota of evidence for that You know. I'm pretty firm on the idea that within our evolutionary tree. I mean i e those things that are using. We all use a uniform dna encoding. It's very clear that all life that we know of on earth is all descended from a single root and so within that evolutionary tree. I believe humans are the only ones that have clearly passed over the line to have high power use of symbols and Can't prove it but it would seem. There's no sign at all that any other animal has come even close to the human level of symbol uses that we have and if someone were just barely over the line let's say the equivalent of a human proto human say Three hundred thousand years ago. It's not at all clear. They would have the capability the technology or the nation to be able to back away from that that that is taking off. It's taken three hundred thousand years. Three wobble being like yoshida in the human line that could have that radical thought. I very much doubt. That's true the elephant and the whale. But i can't prove it will. The symbolism is an interesting concept in fact you know you prompted me to write something down that i had always kept symbols. The well actually graph that put right up here but the this is very powerful. I think The ability to draw something and be able to break down a complex set of thoughts. Put it into lines in an arrows in Or mathematics or any of those things and be able to for me to hand it to you and then for you to be able to hand it on. I mean once you have that ability to capture a symbol and then push it forward is What we've seen exactly how far that takes us..

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

02:24 min | 9 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"Don't interrupt. Because i for one and a half the i am capable of reading at a very very high velocity but if somebody interrupts me it's no different from that from person like waking me up out of a dead. My instantaneous reaction is anger. And i have to. I'm not an angry person. I'm like an amiable happy person. But if i'm reading and get interrupted it will. It will take me minutes to be able to come back down even if it was a totally reasonable request for seminated interrupt me. It's reading doesn't bother me too much. I can sink backup in thirty seconds or a minute but programming. Oh my god right if i'm deep deep deep into a hard part of a program It can take me twenty minutes to get to rethink and there's some cognitive science research. That indicates something like twenty per minute reset time when you're doing your your best and hardest thinking because you've gotta get completely back into that state where where it's all in your head least. My style of programming is. I build a quite elaborate mental model of what i'm doing Allows me to operate a pretty high velocity But if i get interrupted at all by anything the model collapses and it takes a while to rebuild it. Yeah that's the same thing for me. What you're describing for me when i read if i am really into it. I don't even see the words anymore. They're just it's just me flipping pages. I'm not not. It's not only like second. After second. But i mean i don't really sit there and have to think about the words and to get popped out of it required it. It takes a long time to get up to that speed again. But i'm not a programmer. So i don't i don't have the same experience in programming. What do you program these days. I mean how do you stay current and and being able to program that matter instead of just going back and remaking hong or something discipline..

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

04:55 min | 9 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"You know you're having a relatively high band with experience which is interesting you know again. I don't know what it all means. What's good for but it certainly different even on zoom You know you tend not really notice. The background much and of course a lot of people use fake backgrounds. I generally don't but once in a while i do here. We have a fake background but one with a lot of nuance to it's kind of cool will in this space. I actually had spent quite a bit. It's time you know. I'm kind of an amateur lover of architecture. I could never actually build a real building that anyone would ever want to walk into you. But in this space i was able to take some principles. I remember having heard not that long ago that The reason new york is so famous for doing comedy is because all of the comedy clubs were built before they were building codes and so they can have these. Low ceilings and that low ceiling makes people have the impression of feeling really close in one of the things i noticed about. Vr was people would build these giant spaces because the materials don't cost anything but really if you're trying to create experience with human beings creating space that pushes them together and and it makes them feel like they're a part of something really makes the whole experience better. I think exactly right. I've noticed that in business you know when when you have a startup company and you move to your news space. Still call my very first startup. We we had one hundred people crammed into forty one hundred square feet. That's pretty cramped. let me tell you. And then we moved to ten thousand square feet and it felt like something was wrong with our culture for a while because suddenly the density had fallen by factor two and a half and then we decided to pack the various units together into Subsets of the space to recover something close to our previous density and then the culture started feeling right again so i think there's something about density as something that we react to in a pretty solidly. Human way yeah. I when i when as you're saying that i'm thinking about the giant movement towards open offices and it was kind of sold to everyone as oh we'll be more communal will be able to People will see each other more and the funny thing. I don't. I don't know about everybody but i know for me. The only work that i do. That's valuable requires me to focus. It requires me to not have distraction. Not hear other people's phones. But i agree. I don't mind being around a lot of other people. But i need to at some level. Be able to close the door and not have interruptions. If i'm gonna do work that's more valuable than the work i would do by watching. Tv or something. Yeah it's interesting. I used to feel that way and perhaps for me. It's still true. But i have seen a whole bunch of quite successful tech startups. That do have you know..

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"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"vance" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"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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