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Iowa St. wins another close one against No. 8 Cowboys 24-21
"Brock Purdy for property threw for three hundred seven yards and two touchdowns to help Iowa state beat eighth ranked Oklahoma state twenty four twenty one Rizal scored the go ahead touchdown with five twenty nine left then the cyclones defense forced a three and out and stop the cowboys on fourth down with one oh nine remaining Purdy completed twenty seven of thirty three passes and Xavier Hutchinson had a career best twelve catches for one hundred twenty five yards and two scores for the cyclones Spencer Sanders went fifteen of twenty four passing for Oklahoma state finishing with two hundred twenty five yards and three touchdowns I'm Dave Ferrie
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Al-anon how did you start to shift what you were sexually attracted to. Because i know you talked about you know identifying as a lesbian for really really long time and then you talked about being an i know based on how we talked about in our past You know data trans women. And then i know you dated guys. How did those things start to shift for you and you get comfortable with that. This is it actually started okay. I had my first boyfriend. I was thirteen years. Lasted for about a week I'm actually still friends with him. He used to sit in my lap. people joke with him. All the time like who's right past relationship demanded relationship on but for me that experience was me trying to explore what types of relationships not necessarily the gender of the person but i felt that to protect myself from predatory practices of men in males that i had to pick a binary language and say i'm lesbian. I came out bisexual my first day of school high school but once guys kept harassing me. I say oh no. I'm less year and it's a me just cutting them off from the conversation not because they're male but because of their behavior and what type of predatory practices. I'd already been exposed soup. And that which i knew what i was going to have to expect Soldiers using lesbian ages. It was my defense but also was pretty much true. I don't typically have attractions to men to males or two masculine of appearing people So before transition. When i was eighteen when i was seventeen years old actually had a conversation with myself because I was on the website called crush spot. I don't know of anybody familiar with that. But you know back in the day lag planet spacing fm And there was this downlink hopeful. Good about down downlink. Would i got a lot of people off this site at new africa. Wasn't there for that one. I was over the back pages today. Show was on a crushed an found this profile of this person. I was like yo day sexy. They ignoring the artistic creative they dance. They did their own videos in everything was really really attractive. It was like right in my highly of aesthetic. But then i found a a masculine page and i said this looks like the same style but just a man so eventually. The person address it because so many people was noticing the commonality between the Persons page in edit out language the dancing the body on so this person came out and say yes. This is me on both pages. And that's when i was like it took me all the two seconds to be like Yeah yeah yeah like that But i like the more feminine version. Because he he could pull off any one of them iga pull whatever he wanted to. He was finally hailed as a female But i prefer the more feminine expression data so from that experience i had a conversation with myself just like yo if i taught myself as the masculine person at him. What stopping me from Except somebody who's of a very similar experience which closest term will be trans woman. And that's when i was like yet. I'm i'm cool is so it's okay with me So from there. I just started to explore not necessarily the binary about dating insects. I started to look more into emotional connection spiritual connection. I'm dating styles other types of practices that determined chemistry and compatibility beyond just do genitals today Because i mean identity day is not necessarily just looking at somebody that makes me happy. It's the intellectual connection it's the activities we share. It's the lifestyle agreements you know. So i had to look at the other items that make up a relationship in look at those other compartments as important as well. So that's that's where i started exploring Dating now indicates my sexuality because just like in the date. Somebody don't mean you fucking on a so Legitimately went on bbc in a and just said hey. I'm tryin and i'm experimenting. I'm cool if you want to experiment with less clear that's all it is. What is a essay. So i studied. You know the language of the apps in the ads and stuff. I started find hookups. In that way. Because i didn't want relationships with these people i just wanted to know. What can i do sexually what turns on turns off. I was about twenty one years old when it happened. I was in pittsburgh which. I really appreciate it because in pittsburgh it's not as racially diverse is more white people out there but they're still people out there who come from different experience than in the area where i pretty much can look at it and go. I know your type. Yes loudest just literally experimented. People were unhappy when i stopped and was like all right. I what i want. They will stay with some unhappy characters but of course you know what i don't know this is just my little bubble but it just feels based on me. Listen into z. Me listening to you and me listening to other trans men that i that i know it just feels like y'all are We now want to be Just have a little bit more freedom than we give ourselves. Because maybe i i'm just now getting to the point where you know i'm on jack and i'm saying hey this is what i want. This is what i wanna do in boom boom boom boom and you know letting let me be known but it's still i'm still connected with the same type of peoples are normally i bet. And that's what. I found interesting when i started interacting with the gay community because i came from the lesbian community and they don't even like bisexuals allowed. It's also israel off from the rest of the experience of other people that have also get into gay. Male spaces was dare hairline. Like whoa hold. Different terms got a whole different like dance in ways of navigating in Skews i'm not trying to put the blame on sis or gave him but they tend to be more focused on how categorize you and like putting you into a box It's not as much fluidity unethical. Part of the is connected to like safety. You know passability stuff like that you know. They had to do with in their cultures butch I just found. I just find it interesting. That among people that are of more trans masculine experience. We tend to have certain personality types. Because the way that you're socialized because of the way that you overcome that socialization as a masculine body appearing person you learn to push in areas where people don't want you to like you learned to navigate how you want to because nobody's going to give it to you as a woman nobody's gonna give space. Nobody's gonna let you know. Do things you literally have to take it. So i think it's something that it comes with the territory of Person growing up in a female body going up in the female experience that new.
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"They were like a boy but i didn't feel like this. Whatever this and i i. I've said this before on the show. It reminds me of The analogy. I always uses a crayon when you while korea box of crayons as a regular due to me. You have this twenty four box of crayons but when you are when i had when estrogen high. I've got like this fucking sixty four box with the pencil. Sharpener on the sides of various color goldenrod. Perry winkle have a more of a ray of emotions that calm. And it's just it's just different so if this is what feeling like a girl feels like river. Real did all ideas. I felt like something else. I don't know that language before not quickly stop myself. Because i just realized i didn't have. The length of worse provide the proper details. I've felt neil. I felt that i was not supposed to have a fee. Nobody i know people get upset when you say terms like that. But i'm just trying to be understood immediately I didn't feel like that. I was supposed to have a female Puberty i didn't see it for myself when i had dreams when i have visions when i had thoughts i had the quote unquote male progression In only thing they interrupted at was menstruating so ages. I don't know how to describe it but also said dot more to spirit. Because i feel spiritually both. I don't necessarily feel that. Because i felt that i was physically male that it meant all of me was solely masculine. I felt like i was supposed to be a balanced person. I just thought my body should have been different. Not just thought. I felt that That's going back to the conversation. About brain mapping. And i guess the closest description is like a missing limb syndrome This film they were things that were there was supposed to be there. But we're not. Like i would literally laugh about it because it's actually hilarious because there was a time i a few times i got up went to you. Get up your groggy and you go to the bad drink.
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"I know that intersection analogy is fucking. Y'all motherfuckers up this week. I see how is really really tough for yard understand. There are people at multiple intersections of aversion. Let me blow your mind. There are black trans people. there are black queer people. What would have thunk it if you go. By the analysis of black men black sis gender people who support dave chapelle. You would think that there were any black people black trans people at all. You would think it was only why. Because that's the extent of their analysis when they are defending being held accountable for the bush that they are saying. I am tired of the hypocrites when it comes to the. it's just jokes motherfuckers. Because when it's yo shit is not just jokes. When it's about you when you got some rich racist white man. Talking about colin black women roaches or nappy headed. Hos when you got the comedians dressing up as women like medina and all the big. Comedians got to dress up as women to get home. Dennis o. they emasculating. The black man is not just jokes. It's not just funny jokes. In the series. I am also tired of oppressed oppressors. Atkin like they are to fucking stupid to understand how they contribute to other motherfuckers oppression. We focused on black men right now but you white women listened to 'cause y'all seem just like black man can't understand how their male privilege and their misogyny whereas us the fuck out you white women have an issue with this but flip it to gender. Y'all can feel immediately win. There's some misogyny can immediately see when you being oppressed because you're a female but you cannot see how you add to racial oppression by ignoring the privilege of your whiteness. That's probably why y'all motherfuckers work so well together. Y'all got one motherfucking. I you got to offer gender and black men got an eye for race and so we all come together. Yeah i to is too good is but y'all still got them broke. Ugly bad is that clearly. Ain't working every time some out of your mouth but this ain't about why women guy got a break today. This is on the black man. You know what. I'm tired of you motherfuckers. The premise that i liked to throw out. There's this false idea that somehow the gays are coming up faster sweetie on the books. Now we know with practice. The cultural practice doesn't come just because some laws change but racial discrimination has been on the books since nineteen sixty four now like i said i know that cultural practice does not change win the laws change or when something gets on the books. But let's just talk about what's on the books. It would has been illegal to discriminate against black people since nineteen sixty four. Now remember this technically. I know the culture. Don't change as quick as Papers being signed technically owned the books it has been illegal to discriminate against gay people. Sexual orientation remember. There's a difference between sexual orientation and gender identity but illegal to discriminate against them since one thousand nine hundred four so thirty years later is when the gays guy that technical protection because culture change in k when it comes to gender identity. We didn't get the workforce protection until last year. Twenty twenty june june fifteenth to be exact. How many years is that since. Nineteen sixty four fifty five fifty six years stonewall happening sixty nine so took over fifty years to get transpeople protections so it's not going to the so the idea that queer people is going fast. It's a lie. We're just now getting specific rights. Were just now being able to not hide. We're just now being able to have protections so that we can work without people firing us. Black people already had that remember. I know full. I know you're not that bereft think i'm saying that culturally once nine hundred sixty four happened. It wasn't any kind of racial discrimination. Come on now. We ain't that slow. I don't need to explain that. What i'm saying is on the record. Technically that's when the protections were supposed to start and that's when the shift in culture started to happen nine hundred sixty four sexual orientation guide on the books in nineteen ninety four with the bill gender identity gap protected on the books. Twenty twenty in the middle of a pandemic against i was feeling real. Sorry the dying so the idea that queer people is getting getting faster. Results than black people is a lie queer. Black trans people have been dealing with racial homophobic transphobic discrimination for decades all of that shit compounded wearing us out. And we're just now coming to the you just now here in our story on shows and movies and shit. We just nah protected in all three areas. Win the last time do have we seen a george floor level march for a queer person win. Have we seen a george floyd level march for a trans person and being murdered by the police. Tony got killed by the police to one. Nobody even talking about him like that was forced down for. It was forced to us to talk about tony. Mcdaid is forced because we like how now we gotta voice. We got the internet to be able to say. Look this is somebody else who got murdered iovine even doing no george floyd protests that level for black women we had to literally create a hashtag to say thank because black women were being erased out of the narrative of police brutality period. Black sis had men are always the center. You're always got motherfucker rally.
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
Sen. Rand Paul Schools HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra on Natural Immunity
"But here's Rand Paul grilling HHS secretary baccarat about another simple question You guys take over the healthcare system You insult people on vaccines What makes us believe the government doesn't suck and you guys are so competent and baccarat has no answer Check this out Are you familiar with an Israeli study that had 2.5 million patients and found that the vaccinated group was actually 7 times more likely to get infected with COVID than the people who had gotten COVID naturally Senator do I have to get back to you on that one I'm not familiar with that study Well you think you might want to be if you're going to travel a country insulting the millions of Americans including NBA star Jonathan Isaac who have had COVID recovered look at a study with 2.5 million people and say well you know what It looks like my immunity is as good as the vaccine or not And in a free country maybe ought to be able to make that decision Instead you've chosen to travel a country calling people like Jonathan Isaac and others myself included flat earthers We find that very insulting because against the science are you a doctor or a medical doctor I have worked over 30 years on health policy You're not a medical doctor Do you have a science degree And yet you travel the country calling people flat Arthur's who have had COVID looked at studies of millions of people and made their own personal decision that their immunity they naturally acquired is sufficient But you presume somehow to tell over a 100 million Americans who have survived COVID that we have no right to determine our own medical care You alone are on high and you've made these decisions a lawyer with no scientific background no medical degree This is an arrogance coupled with an authoritarianism that is unseemly and un American There you go Can a nail did right there
"xavier" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch
"Major communicator. On the these issues what do you think is behind this decision. I mean based on all of your reporting and this being your beat The people you're talking to about this like why do you think the white house isn't pushing or encouraging bizarre to take a stronger role in the federal response. And why are they doing things in this way that you just laid out. We'll part of it is the structure that we just talked about right. You have an entire white house team jeff. Signs has his own staff and he's also working directly with health officials across the agencies. And at some point you have to make sure that there's not essentially too many cooks in the kitchen right not too many people trying to lead. And so that is the structure that biden settled on early on the other factor. Though is that ba himself has no real public health. Medical background you know. He was a longtime democratic congressman He was california attorney general but has not really been in the weeds on a lot of these public health issues. And so officials had told me that that his limited the ability that he can really contribute to these in-depth scientific discussions when they're trying to figure out. Okay what direction to take the kobe response. And that is a major contrast to many of the others who are working on response murphy. Obviously a doctor rachelle will ski public health. Expert anthony fout. She been there forever doing public health for decades and so in comparison to that expertise. Bazaar really doesn't have a specific. Lean adam cancun vixen. So much for talking with me. This has been great. I really appreciate it also. Today the federal reserve is signaling. That it's on track to begin withdrawing some of its massive support for the us economy later this year during their two day meeting this week. The fed's policy makers left interest rates unchanged but half of them penciled in the possibility of an interest rate hike next year indicating that they think the economy might be strong enough by then for the central bank to start ending. Its support more aggressively. And it's post meeting statement. The fed's policy-making committee said the rise in cova cases has slowed the recovery and officials forecast that the economy would grow five point nine percent in twenty twenty one which is significantly lower than their june estimate of seven percent and president biden is acknowledging that his administration should have consulted with the french government before announcing a new trilateral security pact with australia and the uk which saw australia pull out of a multi-billion dollar submarine deal with france. According to a joint statement released by the white house describing phone call between biden and french president emmanuel macron. They quote agreed that the situation would have benefited from an open consultation. Among allies the conversation appeared to mark a de-escalation and what has been one of the most tumultuous periods of the us french relationship in recent memory. An episode during which the us oldest ally openly criticized the by the administration for not making macron's government aware of the partnership. Today's episode of politico dispatch included music composed by brake master cylinder later today. Don't miss a live conversation. Politico is hosting with senators. Kirsten gillibrand and joni ernst legislation to overhaul how the military deals with sexual assault and harassment. You can find more on that ad. Politico dot com slash events. I'm jeremy siegel. Thanks for listening..
"xavier" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch
"So back in mid august there was a big debate within the administration over whether people needed cove in nineteen vaccine booster shots and that debate led up to a big meeting between the nation's top public health officials. Cdc director rachelle lewinsky. You had evac murphy. Who's a surgeon general. You had representatives from the white house. Cdc fda preparedness response and their job essentially was to all kind of come to a consensus on recommendation. Would americans need booster shots or not. And how exactly do you roll that out. The one person who is not involved in that discussion was hhs secretary. Hobby are bizarre and the reason that that stood out is that he is the number one health official in the country. He is joe. Biden's hell secretary. He runs the eighty thousand person department of health and human services which is essentially responsible for ending the corona virus pandemic. I'm jeremy siegel. This is politico dispatch and today. A madame cancun. I'm a healthcare reporter here. Politica adam kane grin on a question central to the federal corona virus response where is. Hhs secretary havi air. This has been a pattern where the structure. That's kind of emerged is that there's a team at the white house right. That leads the covert response and they've been working in many cases directly with subordinates. At hhs so the cdc director the head of the food and drug administration people within hhs senior officials who are doing a lot of the daily day to day policy work a and b. Sarah has been involved in some things right. He has been briefed regularly but he has not been hands on deep into that day to day. Work trying to end the pandemic and that's been consistent across his first six months in office here. I imagine you talked to sarah in your reporting tried to talk to him. We did we did. What did he have to say about this. Well he had a couple of things to say one you know when i originally approached the white house back in december about what besir israel role was going to be. They said that he was going to quote. Be an empowered leader at the forefront of the code response. I asked him directly i said. Do you feel empowered. And he said absolutely completely and his contention was that one. Hhs as a whole has been at the center of the response has been integral and to a degree. That's that's true. Hhs has been involved. Even if he himself has not been Completely involved day to day. And then i guess the third thing that he said is that he maintained. It wasn't really his job to be making all the policy decisions. Rather his job was to be taking those and translating them into concrete on the ground initiatives. But according to your reporting i mean. He is notably absent from a lot of these high level decisions. High level meetings If he's not there where exactly is he. What is this era doing well. That's that's kind of been. The central question is what underpin this story and it's been a question that people outside and an inside frankly. The administration have had for several months. Now i kind of held off on writing the story for a while. Because i was kind of convinced that lookie had to be doing something. You know a consequence in there that would explain why we have not seen him really out front on the kobe response What i found in my reporting was a couple of things as one. It's not that he's not working. There's a lot of things going on a department. There's a lot of things that needs to be managed day to day but when it comes to the top priorities here for the biden administration. Almost all of that is run and directed out of the white house and not the health department. So you have co vid you have drug pricing. And some of the negotiations happening with congress to try to get their major social spending bill and you have kind of this attempt to chart out what the rest of the health agenda looks like to date. We have not really seen. Sarah take a strong hand in leading those activities. What are the repercussions of this situation. Like does it hurt the federal corona virus response in any way. Does it hurt morale for members of the health department. Like how does this actually play out in real time. Perhaps the main reason that it matters we've seen over the past few weeks month or so. There's been this big debate over booster shots. Who should get them. When should they get them. What the evidence says. And what we've seen. Is the white house really clashing with public health agencies underneath. Hhs so that's the cdc the fda the national institutes of health to degree this disagreement between the white house. That wants to move fast. That wants to make sure it's on top of the pandemic and the cdc and fda scientists who say well wait. Let's make sure that we have all the evidence to make the best possible decision and those disputes in the past few weeks have spilled out into public. We've seen to top vaccine. Fda regulators resign. We've seen a back and forth in public over. Who should be getting these boosters. And whether the white house is decision to announce a booster plan early on was appropriate and what has been lacking in all of that internally is to health secretary and hhs taking a strong role in essentially mediating hope those factions right. The white house for various reasons cannot put direct pressure on cdc and fda otherwise it would look like they were trying to put politics over the science. You hadn't really thought about it until you were mentioning this. The fact that fda and cdc are both part of hhs it totally makes sense but yet does make you think. About how some of these. Open scientific feuds and confusion. We've seen would play out differently if you did have the person at the top of the the department overseeing both fda and the cdc taking a stronger role. Yeah and. I think you're seeing now some signs that hhs is starting to realize. Hey maybe we haven't been as present as we needed to be a earlier this week. We reported that. Hhs had brought on leslie doc. Who worked back in the obama administration. He was an adviser to hillary clinton's twenty sixteen presidential campaign. And he is this well known. Democratic communication specialists in his job for the next several weeks is essentially to fix the communication and policy coordination to come in and make sure that the white house is working better with cdc and fda with hhs right the middle there doing that job. Is there someone who has taken a sort of singular leadership role when it comes to the federal cove response. The clear leader is jeff. Zein's he's the head of the white house krona virus response team and that has been on purpose if you remember back to december when joe biden rolled out his first major health appointments. Yes heavier sarah was there. But jeff designs was also there as well and it was clear that he would lead the response across the government so not just health issues but economic and everything in between at hhs. What we've seen is vivek murthy. Who's a surgeon. General has taken a lead role in communications and messaging and explaining things to the public. And then you've seen cdc director rachelle walinsky taking a big role in explaining the science. That's behind allowed. The decision making that the white house is doing and so between the three of them they have been among the most visible They have been the ones who have appeared probably most often at regular white house. Cova briefings on tv And the only one. I guess i would be remiss to to mention because he is so ubiquitous. Is anthony foudy. Who is a chief medical advisor to biden. He obviously has been leaned on it as a trusted and kind of.
QB Debate Continues as No. 13 Florida Routs USF 42-20
"Thirteenth ranked Florida use outstanding play from two quarterbacks to defeat South Florida forty two to twenty starter Emory Jones ran for one score and threw a touchdown pass to Xavier Henderson for another Gator backup quarterback Anthony Richardson threw two touchdown passes to Jacob Copeland and scampered eighty yards for another score Jones was happy that both excelled we just go with the flow every week and every job go slow and the my columns and write my lover and you gotta be ready to go out there and L. savings opportunity south Florida's jaren Mangham provided the brightest moments for bulls fans on touchdown runs of one and three yards I'm Tom Aikens
Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients
"Hospitals bulge again with Covid 19 patients. A wide swath of the health care industry is exasperated that federal health officials have not made available anymore of the aid. Since Joe Biden took office Now $44 billion from a provider relief fund, created last year remains unspent, along with 8.5 billion Congress allotted in March for the medical care in rural areas. Right. That's over $50 billion With the coronavirus Delta variant fueling 1/4 pandemic surge, they write healthcare institutions, lobbyists and lawmakers. Have ratcheted up complaints to senior Biden administration health officials, imploring them to decide how the money will be divided and when it will be distributed. Is this not amazing? All the people going on and on about how the federal government knows everything. Fauci, the CDC, the FDA, National Institutes of Health, HHS, They're sitting on the money. And other than Amy Goldstein. I haven't seen this anywhere else. There's just no good reason for the administration to be sitting on these funds, and Mark Parkinson president, chief executive The American Healthcare Association, a trade group that represents nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Many running short on money, he said, because the virus is heavy concentration of long term care centers early in the pandemic, a stop causing potential patients and residents to stay away. Parkinson said he has had four conversations for Since February. The agency and the Department of Health and Human Services. It is in charge of the money. And one last month with senior aides to HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra. Each conversation we came up with the feeling would be that month, Parkinson said. And we've been wrong.
Senate Confirms Biden’s 1st Judges to Federal Bench
"He went to morehouse. He got his law degree from emory. He went on to a distinguished legal career in the great state of new jersey that included him being county council top lawyer in the county government for the most populous county in new jersey. It became a judge in new jersey. Highly respected distinguished not a blemish anywhere on his record and at the beginning of twenty fifteen february. Two thousand fifteen president obama nominated him to the federal court. His name is julian xavier. Neal's and that judicial nomination for president obama was like basically a gimme right like i said distinguished record not a word against him sort of an ideal candidate for the job. Utterly noncontroversial They held his confirmation hearing in the united states. Senate in two thousand fifteen. After president obama nominated him and the confirmation hearing white great he sailed through no objections The judiciary committee is where they hold confirmation hearings in the senate. They decided on. Julian neal's is nomination by voice vote. They didn't even bother taking a roll. Call vote. They just did all in favor. Aye no objections passing through his floor. Vote in the senate and then he then he can become a federal judge that was in november. Twenty fifteen zero controversy about him. He passes out a committee with zero objections that sets up what is expected to be. What a normal circumstances would be a totally noncontroversial vote on him in the full senate to confirm him to the court. But that never happens. The committee has his hearing and passes through on a voice. Vote with no objections november. Two thousand fifteen. But there's no floor vote. Then december two thousand fifteen comes around. Nothing happens no floor vote. We roll into january two thousand sixteen. Nothing happening no floor vote. President obama of course is in the white house but in the senate that was controlled by mitch. Mcconnell and the republicans and what mitch mcconnell and the republicans did when they controlled. The senate is they. Just refuse to consider president obama's nominees to be
Search Intensifies for 11-Year-Old Iowa Boy Missing Since Last Week
"Year old boy who reportedly vanished outside his home in Montezuma. Thursday morning, Hundreds of volunteers fanned out over the Memorial Day weekend, calming an area around the mobile home park where Xavier Harrelson was last seen This neighbor Kelly cop, Sir says even her 10 year old daughter is wondering what happened. She keeps ask and have they found ex savior. Where is he? What happened to him? And it's I can't answer it because I don't know. It's just like he vanished. Police say they've halted their active search to reevaluate some information on North Carolina Woman wins a $2
How Racism Is at the Root of White Evangelical Power
"Welcome dr butler. Thank you so heavy. Be here for right. So let's just jump right in there Tell us about why white evangelicals named donald trump king cyrus who who was this biblical figure. What do we need to understand about. Why former president trump was likened to him by some people. Well i think one of these. We need to understand about this. Is that the way that Evangelicals especially white evangelicals think about donald trump is that they see him as a savior and king. Cyrus was xavier in hebrew bible old testament world of the israelites at when they were going through. A terrible problem isn't that he was. You know a especially holy king he was just a powerful king who guarded them. And in the particular case of evangelicals they see donald trump as the person who has guarded their interests who has protected them who has provided them with over two hundred judges and three supreme court judges who has been against abortion. End care less about anything if he's done in his personal life because it really doesn't matter to them anymore in your book you talk about how former president trump used the phrase american-carnage during his inauguration as well as other times and what is the belief that america is on the decline. What is the relevance of that belief to what we're talking about well it's really important for evangelicals because they always believed that moral decline means moral decay. It also means it's the end times may be jesus coming back sue but they also want to save the nation. It's as though they have two competing things one is. Everything's going to hell in a handbasket but the other side is. We're the only ones who can fix it. And so this this combination of the two things are very potent and powerful force for them. There's a third piece to two and the third piece is is that they like to put themselves as the persecuted party. And so when you have this. Mix of persecution decline and salvation. You have a very powerful mix for evangelicals to be able to reframe the american framework. You know morally a politically. The way that they want to. Not the way that things are really actually going
Victim in Fatal Boston Shooting Identified
"Officials have identified the victim of a fatal shooting in Cambridge yesterday as 19 year old Xavier Louis Jacques of Cambridge. He was located unconscious outside his car early Saturday morning on Pemberton Street near Renge baseball field. Officials say Lewis Jack was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and later died at the hospital. Police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. Investigation is ongoing.
Harris to Lead Administration's Efforts to Stem Migration at Border
"President. Joe biden has tapped vice president kamala harris to lead the white house effort to tackle the migration challenge at the us southern border kyle. Norris reports biden made the announcement as he in harassment at the white house on wednesday with health and human services secretary xavier becerra homeland security secretary. All eight hundred may orcas and other immigration advisors to discuss the increase in migrants including many unaccompanied. Minors arriving at the border in recent
Gophers bring back Johnson as new head coach
"Jeff. Poor zillow zillow of espn reporting xavier. Assistant ben johnson to be named the next head coach at the university of minnesota. Johnson played for minnesota travis. Steel hired him from minnesota as an assistant. The gophers are bringing him back home to be their head coach. So an opening on travis steel staff.
Gophers bring back Johnson as new head coach
"Minnesota is hiring Xavier assistant coach Ben Johnson to become their next head coach. That's according to multiple reports, He'll get a five year contract he played for the
Xavier Becerra headed for confirmation as health secretary
"News Just getting word that Republican U. S Senator Susan Collins of Maine says she will vote in favor of confirming Javier Becerra. To be U. S. Health Secretary of Health and Human Services secretary. This follows an announcement earlier from moderate West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin that he, too would vote in favor of this era. They had been among those who were in doubt. So this appears to all that assure his upcoming
3 Reasons Why Big East is the Most Intriguing Basketball Tournament
"Is my real opinion. I think the big east tournament is the most intriguing one for for this reason. There's a handful of reason number. One villanova has no point guard now. Justin moore ankle the kospi's we just found out that justin. Moore's not going to be playing in this thing Twenty seven points per game between those two now. I mean the game from villanova as we know in the new iterations of the biggies has been dominant. They win the regular season. Big east tournament right over there still time and here still good enough to win at eight. So let's not get ahead of ourselves and count them out yet but it makes it a lot more interesting because it's like. Oh what house villanova congress because your best player yes. He's not playing. Yeah what what are the what's going to happen. They're seen hall saint john's. I'm looking at this game on thursday. That is like a. I don't know if it's a plan but it's play out for sure. Whoever loses that game doesn't that's intriguing creighton. The greg mcdermott situation. I hear you say loser leaves town man. That was really the we we know the greg mcdermott's situation they got bruin there but like they're they're they're working through. Whatever that is like xavier saver that is on the bubble. They'll they might be playing crates and crates trying to get some mo jo bags and butler had that one game against villanova where they realized life and then and then we get to the bottom of the bracket with yukon you. Let's be honest. Your own has slowly turned into the favorites and again this is not a companyman move. I know we have coach. Dan hurley on the show today but uconn in the you know the majority of the country it feels like they don't know who to look to to college basketball and therefore defacto we go to uconn right here. We are back in the big east for the first year. Back in madison square garden in the big eastern star seem to be a line if you're yukon though bula there
Inside Frick Madison in New York
"Now on the eighteenth of march. The frick collection will launch frick madison. It's temporary new home on madison avenue in new york until now the collection of our master paintings and sculptures and decorative arts as in the gilded age mansion on central park bequeath to the public. By the industrialist henry clay frick when he died in one thousand nine hundred nineteen and it's more than doubled in size since then mentioned is now closed for renovation and expansion to accommodate collection and special exhibitions so the collection has moved a few blocks but in tune entirely different. Textual realm freak. Madison is housed in the bath. House architect muscle broilers brutalism masterpiece originally built for the whitney museum of american art in nineteen sixty six recently. The home of the met bria so had to bellini and titian van. Dyke rembrandt mir fragonard gainsbourg. Look in these alien surroundings. I spoke to the deputy director and chief curator xavier salomon. Who's overseeing the concept and installation to find out xavier. I wonder if you could cast your mind back to moment the e. I knew you were going to get the boy a building. Full the frick collection. Tell us what he felt at that moment. It was a combination of relief and absolute terror. I think You know relief because you know the plan was to really put the entire collection in storage be closed for a couple of years while we were renovating the building at the frick and then reopened so the idea that we had a place where we could display. The arts was a huge sense of relief and we had talked to a number of museums about getting a few rooms or a floor. And so did they have having an entire building. We could move. The offices and the entire election was absolutely exciting but terrifying. Because you know. Imagine moving the wallace collection to barbican. Oh the jack ready to this on pompidou. I mean it's just the idea of taking something out of its natural context. Let's say as we as we see it and bring it into something that's totally alien so as soon as we made that decision. That was a lot of thinking and a lot of backwards info about what to do with the building. Did you try out in your mind and on paper all sorts of different alternatives in other words. That wasn't a just a preconceived idea. We're going to do it in the way that you've ended up doing it now. Absolutely and the first phase was a lot of thinking a lot of backwards and forwards on various ideas. You know you have a blank canvas and the bank canvas is exciting but at the same time it's also terrifying because you have so many ways you could go and i still think there are other solutions. We could've used. I mean what we did is by no means the only the only option And i'm sure you know people will like it. People will criticize it. People will think it could have been done a different way but out of all the choices together with my team we filled. This was the most logical one for us and the one we wanted to pursue the one. We thought was most interesting but we definitely did play with all sorts of options on at the beginning. We didn't really exclude anything. I mean we started with even the idea of recreating the rooms in a building. The broil yet so just sort of replicating the rooms of the spirit of the rooms and then of course. We went in the opposite direction. And that's sort of why we got to
"xavier" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"We go going to be legal meets hurt. Does i get the ways. We don't get the k wings. Let's say some. Maybe because i don't mean expensive and all the homes go eat it to all the homes along then he's gonna pay you back with natty boh. Why because that's the real baltimore's we drink ninety boast transaction if the transaction so natty bow and arizona where it was that. What is that about. I mean is. Now you're gonna be o'brien no sponsorships. That's the i mean anybody on sponsor. Of course i almost. I really enjoy check. Check the second place i mean. If negatively eat bo i feel like mount vernon marketplace really good place to both e looking over your shoulder again by the way marquee if we if you taking it out and we don't wanna party we give me 'cause you know baltimore scenery so so we don't have to jump into the east. I feel like mona marketplace julie. Nice variety. I really like it as really nice setup that you've got so much you can get some seafood some very rich rahman you can get fish shooting. You can get dumplings dumplings. Yeah you can get up and in mount vernon illinois rate is not a bad place you for me. I think the washington monument is there isn't area. Yeah so you know. I mean our galleries over there too. Yeah the walser yes. So that's that's really great place to go But then a third place. I would feel like as i've seen on abdou ado ali which is another great ball. Tomorrow is another great artists that supports gb teach community. There is super dope. I saw the sea about instagram. That they were performing at the baltimore arts museum Down charles village. So i feel like on like last day there. We go there. Baltimore arts museum is amazing. i love. I love it. There on sale get super inspired there and then on a risking and every other white folks is really just be also as a black fogo here who are last day. Okay everybody last day status sony. It's like sorta near north of year the crown but seda sony wine outside my made mommy. It's fucking bad child. I don't know. I don't want to pronounce his name. Marks march If you ever. Here's this 'cause. I know he'd be a busy guy he'd be in the studio roy and a die. Dial throwing in a shaded sona and wine bar outside you know some nice wine with the home news and we hear some great way to get here and what the white folk around areas of charles village you know the mike kids to the there you know people that just make an art you know we just five and talking you know me. I use my my my best friend. My best e. g. g. c. You know me and we just you know we bring the jange complaint jiang the real quick. You know told blocks us. We shared a one ends. Is bob outline you. Classy navy discharge. That's the most sometimes. We don't wanna turn-up crazy some you just want with own these images and that's a three deaths friday saturday sunday. You showing me close down bar okay. All right i'm going to tell you that she didn't begin iffy because before. Hey you can bring in the food or you can get like food order their shit and it's kinda crazy you can smoke. You can smoke hollow care days payday cabinet on to fate of sony on what he's saying you can't you can smoke there. I've seen many many many many people smoke cigarettes. A here's the thing you had. You had to know who you know. They're your man's rob lee over there. You know me though. And i don't listen to that bullshit they go in there and just like fuck off. Oh come on early adopted to ask about me. I'm gonna tell you right now. There's an instagram photo that go viral exam. Your page of us slogan damn of exactly. Who was i can i can. I should say take tag. We are literally cigarette butts. Fucking shit man. Wow that is a very specific way to wrap so outside is thinking about looking real quick in the last few minutes here Anything that you want to promote in terms of like your social. Where can you find. You can check out your tunes. I am sponsored by this booze. You can't even see it but thank you for coming on but hit us up with anything. You've got shamelessly plugging things. Well plug flow. I mean you could follow me. Also some media's excuse me had the birth on also sunnis. I mean Underscore underscore gibson works just typing in my full name xavier gibson. You see my profile picture. You see it's me green here. I mean like can't really miss it. It's like it's like darts and so i mean yeah that's going on social medias and shit like spotify gibson all platforms savior gibson. How you doing. I'm really. I'm really here But you know frontline came out we did. We did seven point five on on youtube within which was my first music video. I've ever dropped you know in my whole career so it was a really nice experience. Can't wait to do more First single off the project. i'm fine. It's just my allergies. That's a project title. That's what we've been working on. So that's really what it is. I mean which is really working which is getting back to it I just want to plug that. I love everybody and that i'm thankful for everybody and that i can't wait to keep making more.
"xavier" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Of artists listening to not only a big pro sinisa when making music. But it's just enjoyable. It makes you enjoy and makes you makes you keep loving music. It makes you. It makes you think that like dishes is endless. Ellison so many going to be announced every laying in a bed full of sounds. And it's just each enemy happy and we're gonna make you happy. We're on the same page. I used to be one of these. These guys before really stupid with pigeons and planes and long i'll be out there like what's good was popping. What do i want to check out what what is unique. Because i hate like when. I think what i'm trying to create something i hate listening to what's current because i think it influences. What i'm doing. So i try to delve into something. Might be something. that's metal. my listeners. Up the fifties. But it's new to me and it's like oh they use this song and it's like what the fuck it and it's new and it's just kind of what you're getting that thing it's just the possibilities are endless. You know what you'll find out there and especially if you're working within that creative space it gives you like endless like opportunities and potentially like like this kind of music thing. That's there's like. Oh i could try. This could flip this in this way. Or maybe i can try at this here or maybe i can put this out in this manner and it just opens it up. I think i got two more questions than i like to give an show. An opportunity to shamelessly plugged yet again because we get shameful here. Shameless plug banks. So here's been it hasn't been an instance where you you had rejection in your creative process and how you kinda got past that time time and that's just life that is jersey living. That is just like what happens when you get born you a lot of things you get a lot of doors closed your but you understand. There's doors the mice like there's many more doors you can go to and all of them are not gonna shut vase so just think about that and i don't want to put it into corny term. It's like there's a might. Ann admits on. If you'd think it'd be like this is your tunnel. And whatever light that you seeing like whatever whatever relate that you see the delay is equally like what you want to accomplish is how far it is from spends like. If you're light is like influencers. That is like going crazy by drinking. Sure that's your. That's your light ended. Its own is known as long as they are too. But it's just knowing that the light is there that's just drive and you're gonna get rejected and you're gonna be for a long time. I liked to pick the lock the door when it closes though you know what i mean. There's always i mean we gotta be doorknobs in the world philosophy. So megyn some doorknobs a super hard dog and somebody knock jimmy like kings four data keeper kenyans. The walls deke. Yeah and some skyros jimmy. I mean like. I like. I like to think like what i'm trying to do with this particular podcast as a way of kind of just helping lake is a few times i've had people on even looked at myself as artists is doing interviews. I am fucking artists. And i was like. Yeah you doing things artfully do these things matter to you. Are you having a good time or are you creating is and this is like having an idea. I'm fucking nobody but let me help. You see yourself and podcasting is an art. You and talking to people like anything can be classified as part in a lot of times. People miss that shit. You're right you're absolutely right all right so in this last question because you know would be remiss if i don't connect it to baltimore in any way because always got connected to baltimore because that's the reason that i'm doing this you know. It's a lot of talent such as yourself to different people. I've had only here that. Don't get the notice because of baltimore. They get noticed because of their talent. They they get that stamp. Because it's like oh you're from baltimore. We got so many people here. What are you talking about. The artists in baltimore is fucking. You don't unless i swear to god not even okay. I love ultimately look for maryland. Like i just want everybody. Put locates all level. Quick for sparking in maryland. The artists in maryland are fucking phenomenal. Negative needs to stop anything like really take notice one just quick second and just do their research is real quick stuff. Which so the question I i like to put out there. What have you this visit. So the the question. Put out there. And usually i had like the wall question early on. I would put people on east tough spots crab cakes from and it's i've found out is offensive. People's feelings have been hurt so the question. I'm gonna hit you with is we don't have covert right. Cove is gone. Say in a scenario and you have somebody visiting from out of town where three places they gotta go that you're like this is the baltimore experience. He's at three places you've got check. Lower nomo cove it things that good. We don't have to wear maskless. We make a whole scenario. Can you just make spanish crazy. Weekend is the party weekend by for. If you go on the laura work. I feel like personally me. I've been here. Let me just clarify you just clarify because the shortest it was homeless. The motel six ritchie highway. And i moved the ball marine with my mother and I think i've been here for about two years. Maybe two or three years. And i've been trying to gather all the experience of baltimore. Okay so two years. No private so perfect weekend i feel like is somebody thrown shot crown. Maybe traumatic maybe. Maybe chaotic culture. You should be doing some crazy shit If k. Dawn on his shit we go to the crowd. 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"xavier" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"When i hit like sixteen. And like i started really a computer and in like i got like grandma gave me some shit zone christmas. Got me on me off the amazon Pirated though studio 'cause my brother was on the earliest. Shane were mike. Sociable is on shared. I was like all right. Guess away and india. And when i started it was i. Don't wanna call myself as because when we all started doing something it was not as good we not it was not the despotism but we started started with an idea and we kept chipping away. We kept training. Not every person i played basketball was duncan. You found me. You really have to train really. Do you really have the really have the word. So when i first started. I was just trying to do every idea that to my head in practice. And just keep practicing and i feel like overtime through so many transitions through. So many name changes in different ways to approach music. I feel like finally in the past like two years. I've finally from my voice. I finally found who i was. I finally found something that can click personally. No because for the past like god. How long has it been since two thousand sixteen. I think like five years since like five years ago. I wanted to be somebody that high that i truly did not want to be but i wanted to be that person because i saw everybody else being person i wanted to. I guess sort of fit in which is be annette circle. Because i knew like oh. I knew i was talented. Shows like let me. Just be that type of person. Show you like that. Because i was asking before i started really singing truly taking singing genuine and i love singing so i want to ask the question you touched on like music and kind of being this tool that allows you to transform or have you what was some of that. 'cause i kinda got a vibe that you have some interesting music tastes we have some overlap. I saw some polls out there so what what are what are some of the acts that you're all right. This is something i need to put on. This gives me in a vibe. That i just wanted just just just via about or what have you. What are you listening to that outside of your own stuff. Obviously but what are you listening to that. You're like yeah this is good. And what were you listening to younger. Let me start younger because we just build up there. I mean younger. Immediate konya from me. It was so much me in the house of fame. Universe what his name universe so much it was so much jean-rene it was it. Was that time my father was that type racially semi almost. Collect you out a little bit. Hang in there. But it was so Jay z so much beanies small. It was a plethora then. My mom came in stole much. Armies soma soul. Jill scott like home made why like fantasia and fuck american idol for harry three. I think it was either jennifer hudson. She the one was to me. I'm sorry can we cut something. You gotta you gotta really drives penn. That's that's what i genuinely grew up on. We had like a sprinkle of link biscuit spring grove corn in sprinkles income. Park in my. My father really loved import so much and When i started growing up. And when i started like discovering the internet the group the internet. I mean really discovering in crazy back in two thousand was like was dollar. Not amused gone. Craven i mean Yet when when got saddam I guess the people that i'm really banging right. Now's like the nine hundred ninety five or if or if we like. I don't already being a lotta sad shit slow it would either be. We'll call inside which is kind of crazy to me. But i i've either hype song. I viewed them as upbeat songs. I don't know why. I don't know why read like well. You know it's it's it would have to be nineteen. Seventy five love You've tumor wholesome saying their name right. I know you're talking about Blood orange of course like deb heinz is a genus beyond anybody's time like he will take you to another decade that quick. And it's kinda crazy soul and big thief. Frankie cosmo's are different cosmos so much. Oh my god this you gotta relate. This sprinkled like saturday in disliking. Call it the day that i use regularly goto and then like it could flip into like really like hard rock like joyce manor y- knuckle politics so it is funny. I think we're we're kindred in that sense of having like a pretty broad like a broad array of like what we might be listening to spotify. I just have it on that. i'd like recently. My girlfriend was like what's his fucking vampire music. You're listening to you. I was like look is sad. And i enjoy it. Can i have fun please. Or a frigging the most recent weekend album. Yes some sad aquaria shit right here. I'm here for this is great. This is wonderful. And then absolutely then. Like as i've become an old old dude. What have you. I'm like hidden up like some jazz stuff. He's long extended like really powerful instrumentation and appreciating that for what it is so i think like having a broad like interest in music. Do you think that maybe has informed the way that you look at just artists a whole because you talked about the visuals for front lawn. And what have you in. That seemed to be very deliberate. So do you think like just having a broad array of what you may look at me influence you in other aspects outside of musical. I think so. Yeah i mean. I feel like they're dragging forefronts for my inspiration and like having a broad palette of music and having that much ideas getting putting your head from those like artists i mean is definitely spiraling and like you know. We all are inspired. I mean we all take for people like we all not every ideas original leg that can just be like the most literal point you know and like all these artists that listen to all these like artist i get into the super spar me make me think different. And they gave me a different idea. A you know. An i might not take exactly what they did is like verbatim but i get like i. D like all somebody sending that added like okay. Somebody did that run like that made. I like this in like at a lower tones with that. Should you know just just domino into something else. Just from listening to their song so like having.
"xavier" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Welcome to getting to the truth. This art i am your host ropley and today i have the pleasure of speaking with artists producer queer ours. You'd all relatives my man gibson. How does it going and how you doing almost la energy in the beginning. I like this bring it. I just bring it a flip. A table sometimes over honestly so yeah i wanna thank you for coming on. Glad we were able to organize this in. Get this sorted out because you know for for us to be in the same area more often than not over the last week last few weeks is like just paul microphone into the interview interesting interesting perspective on seeing each other in a pass like weeks of holidays this being around like some some political debates in such setting down in in relatives Basements and talking about things. So i wanna get into some questions about your art in which you're working all right now so if you want we can just go right into it. So tell us a little bit about. The show tells a little bit about your work. Well i'm a singer. Don't rap anymore but i guess i got that skill undermining my bill but mainly sing produce deals direction. Rag than you know song right Make a lot of music you know. I just sit all day at a desk and just make everything that comes to my head. And would you like me my john room. You'll feel free. Hit the army. I know how bad you want me to break down. I mean yeah. I read something in the spotify and i was like. That's a fire tagline. Something making like sad songs for the queer home users today. And i was like i like it. I mean because that's that's genuinely how right. Because like i mean if you want to talk about genres more experiments or be mixed which way i guess people would put indie pop near what i like. A lot of variations of public like two thousands pop show like But just those two. But i mean at the baseline day when i'm sitting down. I mean i'm just really rainfall like my queering like non minor homes. All the should really going through in like in a mean still like. I don't want i'm writing. Don't try to put like a agenda charter. Make it as transparent so everybody can truly connected so so so recently you had a. You had to release that. That came out recently. Tell us about that a little bit. Yes frontline lawn. Yeah that was. Just one of the first singles off my project that i've been making and Grates on amazing song. Like i made it with a brand from school. A is another artist from baltimore. That was in a collective called Ricky bad sounds okay. Really great really. Don't collective and yet his crazy really long. It's on homey. Jesse would slap so hard and my whole notion of all. I wanted to like really like make a video like visuals. Make make a whole thing. Only because i feel like with this project making that was like one of delight headline banners for the project of how it's really going to sound and Just sign excited man. It was crazy. I came across. I think it was either sent to me. Or i think maybe a gentleman behind you know this is full like audio. You have a gentleman behind you wearing odd colors right now. He's he's sitting over. And i was like okay. This looks fires know delve into it. Because you get stuff all the time but definitely when it's someone that you know either directly or indirectly you wanna give it a little bit more of a you can either go one or two ways. You can go wild critical like this might be buns or you can just go like i need to dove into this out of respect to this person. And that's the way. I approached it and i was like okay. I like this in slaps. And i you know much. Congratulations for you to get out there and it sounds like it's something that's very important to you to. It was honestly aborting record that i wrote for just like my music. Despite persson it was made sexual asked like honestly like what's the actual idea around him but it was super more of just being seventeen. Just lost glen bernie and dating somebody with like a dope front lawn always hung out at but we always hung out their house and like that lawn in that house of super significant for me in my travels and just growing up in my and it was just a really renamed coordinate record and if felt like a transition in my career or just like mental mental anguish and how i write songs in how i'm getting better and how like like this like two years ago three years ago when i i like really making music and so i was really record. I sold shortly. Sean amazing great. So and that's what you're supposed to feel is your movie you want to feel. You wanna take pride in what you're doing like when anybody asked me anything you know you how you might put something together and it might not be exactly what you want it. Come with extreme aquarian confidence. And i'm saying specifically for kyle back. They're extreme aquarian confidence or someone's like yo so how you feel about. This is your best episode. It's like my most recent one you know and it's like you want to take pride in what you're doing you want to take it. You wanna make sure it's that that thing and it's indicative of where you feel you're at as artisan as a creative How do you feel about maybe your some of your earliest of like maybe your first leg record or your first piece of production on the first time you say you know what i want to delve into this creative space. How do you feel. When did you start. And how do you feel. You've grown creatively. There do you feel like more of a voice in the last few years or do you feel like i am more confident and putting my voice out there now started back in two thousand sixteen was really. I wouldn't say it's out of the room. And i about like smith i was like i've been super assess obsessive about things that are really enjoyed and kind of musicals. Kind of like this subconscious. Name my dad. My mom just collecting a lot of records and stuff like that and it was like listen all time. Whenever i listened to music transcend me would just change into like a different person. I felt like.
Samuels scores 32, leads No. 3 Villanova over Georgetown
"Third ranked Villanova bounced back from Wednesday's loss to St John's by downing Georgetown eighty four seventy four Samuels had a career high thirty two points with six rebounds five assists and three steals he shot ten of seventeen after scoring just two points in twenty five minutes against the red storm almost it's a great offense placed what comes my way with a stream of this new connection striving ball that's that's that's just one of the best well there's nothing on my job as a senior Philadelphia was supposed to play Xavier before called the nineteen issues put the musketeers program on hold giovane Blair had eighteen points for the hallways including a three pointer that gave George tenet's last lead at sixty seven sixty six I'm Dave very
"xavier" Discussed on Sake On Air
"Is a restaurant. So as and i stopped to imagine seeing that as a result of the competition. Call mr a. What is the best sekkei to bear with. Frenchy it's necessary the greatest but which one is the best to make good bearing was french prison so wissam Who explained because Zippy's the a wet twine against set in sydney so Glass but the main of proportion of the results. I think so. It said that it eats one hundred points and we have forty points of capacity of was a french cuisine switzerland spots. So that's why Master it's a bit different than the competition. Because for example. I take the baluchi the same screen monday to give middle's silver and gold. The second does a quantity of seki. No more all right. It's a bit different balance between secretive. The second end to get boasts maids in the patient. And both mega middle's so that's why to be different. That pipe quebec. I mentioned japanese. Burra breweries Lack to be a product this competition because maybe we can give a key for the french. Marquette maybe fonzie. That end market spanish Which is closed from the markets because this is the way of promotion of debris in the restaurant defense of course now we stopped to continue to promote the debris instigating restaurant but with another kind of judge the wind up now z. Cavity celery sits on the owner of one shop. Now stop the abrupt change but of course my main difficulty was to to have some judge incapacity. Judge the And at this moment it was a bit complex. So i talk about mr would sumio. You'll soon as you know From jess and himself came in japan to give a conference two weeks before the competition so as a first year. We was judge. The judge was here. Wizar- tumulus since any poyser grit. So we do that every year. Now's a judge are a stop to secretary. Well so it's okay for for us but to stop was necessary to tell them some help. Can i ask about the food pairing when you say like you were judging them to be paid like. You're picking the seki which would best pair with french cuisine. Can you elaborate on that a little bit. Like when you're trying to pay how does it differ from when trying to have wine and how does it differ. What is your kind of. You'll methodology if you like with regards to pairing the soccer with food immediately when we have the glass so.
Unlocking Podcast Profits with Hiro.Fm for Coaches, Course Creators and Experts with Carla White
"I wanna kind of walk through scenario here. 'cause i'm sure. A lot of people are podcasters coaches or coaches or like people who sell courses and From a podcasters perspective. My immediate thought processes. Ooh i can use this as a way to take my listeners and give them better constant on a private network on a private feed in exchange for an email or an exchange maybe for money for selling it in exchange for something because obviously you know podcasting limitation is. I don't have an email. Address cannot track people. I cannot have very little analytics. Oh who who is listening So i i love to like in. My curiosity is a do. I need to create a sales page or opt in. Page your squeeze page for this. Or is there an actual. Does that come with kind of hero was like what is that. Look like in terms of like the actual nuts and bolts of creating that like That squeeze page right so you could use whatever page you want. You can use form We do have a zap zappers. Epa's app however you pronounce which will automatically add that listener into hero and send them the email or if you collect their phone number. It will send a text message with the activation leaks. So they can get via email or text message Don so you can sell it from a final page wordpress. Whatever you daughter any location going forward though we will allow for both so you can either have it from your own. Sales page and or within be listed in directory is well if you wanna have that listed than the directory and then maybe you wanna have them. Both your own sales page where you're allowing for the whole product to be sold in just in our directory is the sample you know. You're gonna what i'm really passionate about with. This product is giving the info per noor or the businesses much information as we legally can of other listeners Without getting in trouble like if you go to audible or in a lot of other. I sell apps. I don't know who's getting my app. Right arrow alma anybody. Anything so Unless they reach out to me. So that's really hindering. Because i can't contact them really are tell any like salomon and so what i want to be able to do with. This is not only let you see. Who's all getting your products. But what other products are they interested in. What are their interest in the you know like. Where are they falling off. Why are they falling off. Please sorta metrics and information so you know more about your audience than just. I've got this many listeners. From this podcast episode right. Yeah that's exactly to me. That doesn't tell me much. It's good but I like to know more about my listeners. Got it got it. So if i'm a podcast or i can. So we use pajama. For example we essentially could create a bonus content or a bonus podcasts or whatever we want to call it put it on our job he page podcasts ford slash bonus and then for those who opt in with a name and an email or phone number We can have xavier's at xabier automation to send them the private audio rss feed and then they could become a subscriber to that private feeding. Get the the things we promised And that's essentially a podcast for those listening. Could use tools away to to increase their options to make sales. You know just kind of get more creative with what they're what they're putting out as opposed to saying someone from audio to a video or audio two texts audio to a facebook group I love that
"xavier" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Thrill of this afternoon. Xavier. The buzzer beating shot by Adam Kunkle. Three pointer Xavier wins 91 to 88 over Marquette looking at final stats. Both teams, especially in the second half. Xaver blistering 69% in the second half, Joe. They only missed eight shots. Xavier in the secondary scored 58 2nd 580.58. Second half points. They were seven for 10 in the second print. Seven for 10 from behind the arc in the second half. It was Outstanding offense to watch for the games. They were shot 54% market 55% Saber 34 56 Mark had 32 for 58. Reporters on the Games. They were shot 54% market 44% savior made 13 for 24 from behind the art market. For 18 from behind the arc. Both teams really good at the free throw line for most of the game. Market only miss one free, though they were 16 for seven, Xavier down the stretch and little shaky. Like none unless they got it done. 18 for 26 turnovers able only 11, Marquette 12. Points off turnovers. Xavier 19 points off turnovers, 11 from Market total rebounds. Sure this is gonna make Travis happy. A 31 rebounds for Xavier 26 for market That's there. That's what market does he try to beat you up. Offensive rebounds, Labor 12 offensive rebounds that eight per market. So Xaver Doing a better job on the glass. 26 bench points for Xavier points in the paint. Plus 12 for Marquette. Fast Break points, Jo 18 to 0 for Xavier. Usually don't see that three blocks was able 10 steals for Xavier. See that years, actually, no 20 years. That's part of the palace team play. That's right. 21 assists for Xavier. 17 from market. Violin, the Musketeers and prevail 91 to 88. We come back. Take another look at the stand. She real quick, maybe some individual scoring and so forth. But your big decision is good. Croker started the game. I'm sure it's between Scruggs and Uncle. I don't know what you're gonna do, how you make what you do. We'll find out in a minute. Uh, yeah. Go quietly or wearing minds would like to know. All right. Final scores every 91 market 88. This is a basketball from their field. I am Jay College on 700 wlw..
Biden vows to distribute 100 million vaccine doses within first 100 days
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"xavier" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment
"Am having trouble sowing my room it depends. Kind of social media, you do this In my opinion, there's people like, let's say do perfect. For example, who are big on youtube been sitting out the arenas you know because they are very clear with the the marketing social media. This is trick shots. This is what we I'm trying to be very clear with what I do. I'm not doing a social experiment sore This me and if I can't post for reach nothing to push for a week, but you're going to be some magic you're gonNA. View me as magician you're gonNA Vegas Hora. This is helping because this is what I. What I WANNA do you can do videos about anything you can show your free agency or this is the Vegan thing that I brought. But that doesn't bring people into your own because they don't see you as an entertainment but more as a figure of social media I don't know. It's very complicated, but I'm ready for that. It's going to have because I see. I see the comments on people really like I. If you're saying, why don't you out when we come back to Vegas, that's I can imagine that is possible to make money off off your social media platforms yeah? Yeah. Sustaining a lifestyle through that. Yes, you can. You can make good money like influencers I. Mean youtubers you can see them. Some are very rich. Yeah. Again it's. It's sort of what you WanNa do I wanNA, keep doing magic and I want to do some good content. So I have already my kind of niche you know. but TIKTOK is starting to pay for videos. Now, every time you you get two million views, they give what's the business model, a big advertising revenue in turn around, and let's say. You to the day, dictate the advertisement money in they give it to influence your list there share. It's amazing how much money can be made. It's an and the good thing is that you you keep entertaining people. You know it's it's a new way of. of of providing that like. Who have known that magic would be viewed three hundred million times on video. On facebook like six years or seven years was around, you know. It's incredible. ICING. That's not going to stop I stink. Progress consume more and more entertainment through social media We we never did get to the Derulo the end of the driller. All Star what how did you guys get together and described the the video in the projects so jason saw my Tiktok and use like, oh, it just it just contacting young instagram say hey. I like what you do is really. Let's say you're talking to be. Really. Fan. Page, are you sure you're talking to right page? So I said, yeah out of your videos and I, say I love your your art and your video stew and everything in. He invited me to Los Angeles and we take like three three, four videos in hours grade I came with Drake's and stuff and you said to me all can do trade with you. 'CAUSE I. I, I say, Oh, I can do you know like a magician would treat the celebrity was like he wanted to go like, oh, I can teach you that and then we ended up doing better you know and that was refunded. He's funny he's a very, very good performer. Good he has good face expression and the comedy was really great and he's steamed. They're awesome. There were filming and editing horsing. So they made it look really good by was fun. That was great I I wish I could do I. I want to do more collaboration and stuff like wouldn't already since stuff yeah has led any other. Originally some Some that are confirmed. But so we'll see you know the future it says just working progress you. You never know what's going to happen. Maybe I was going to be the only one maybe I'm GonNa Start doing more collaborative difference like the feeding but I I like to be creative I I've taken this game was social media. It's really fun I love it and I stink it's going to happen again it's we're going to do more stuff yet another project that's out there in. The offing is the the downtown Las Vegas a reality show, and I know you're you're part of that is existing Reality based reality like series as being shopped around to different platforms right now, and you're in it Steve Conley Mike Hammer Marie Melody. Rob Schneider had a cameo on. Saturday night live What are they? What are you? Can you tell us about your involvement in that and where is that GonNa, go. That was fun that was a series. They yet asked me to be a character in the series, the Mora. More they were filming the more. They might character group with the series comic Would you do episode three? Sure Lippi's at seven. Okay. Thank you the star of the no name, the show. Beacon like Adamy every like the the crew and everyone's like really fun and the concept was very interesting. We're. Not The reality none of fiction but still and I was doing my magic tricks Was Really. Fun I'm agreeing to spoil in case It ends up on. Netflix. Platform you can watch it but there's some really fun moments. It's it's about Vegas. So every province. A movie about Vegas we want that we want more of that. We won't young people to know that there is live entertainment and vigorous and. Active scene. It's it's not for all departments for everyone As right that we have a limelight like this on. Yes. Slow. It's interesting. I was talking to Patrick us from the Fremont shoot experience about this and it's its existing content pre pandemic than is ready. Yeah. You don't have to produce it. It's already. Yeah. So. You might be also a star on that platform to you never know. I mean what? What? He is funny 'cause I was. Or my life. I was life former in I studied film disdain and social media, and it's switched like a new learn that nothing is granted. Nothing is. Like you can just go and try new things and sometimes you find something amazing and changes your life. Yeah. Yeah. You never know you just gotTa keep keeping player on your. Thing and and adapting and WTAM. Analysis outweigh to I've. Tried his corral. Good. Yes. Always been that way too. He's also. Projects and he's very supportive. He Found the investors for the show through. So he's a big part of the show. Yeah. That's really To go back in France for working, but he wants to come here and do more projects. Yeah. I know I'm in conference with him quite a bit and I know he's a he's all about exurbia right now I really. Ask. Are you optimistic about the future Oh? Always. I love it. It's we're we're in the worst time. So it kit I mean no, I'm not GONNA say I don't want to jinx. He's going to be better. Better we're going to go out and. I think we're GONNA be going to be so happy to be sure they're gonNA scream and jump in. That's just that's just you on stage. Alright Xavier Morton Rhino we got a you've got stuff you gotta do and where we're going to continue this conversation around the you know all the way down the line and when you reopen I'll be there Thank you. So I.
"xavier" Discussed on Drowning Verdict
"So I'm done with the intro I got through it. And now here we are in the latest episode of Johnny Verdict. Which is episode eighteen and actually part two of the pro series I'm doing on. Xavier depan daily Genet. And part one. I've called the eldest son. So if you haven't listened to that episode yet. I suggest you go and check that out. Because there's a lot of good information, there may be stuff you have thought about before or heard. Check that episode out and come back to this one. As part two. Does, include that eldest son and I've called it the dependence now get into. Why call it? the title that I do. But just to give you a little bit of background on. My profile. My strategy that I take is i. look at someone like Savory Ponte. Lesion and I think about other cases out there that I'm familiar with and try to find similarities there in order to maybe build more of A unique profile or more of an understanding on the subject and the famous case that. I have experienced with was one from America. In the early nineteen seventies four men named John List who? Had also killed five members of his family and there's a lot of similarities there. More so than any other cases and I'm GonNa make another point about the similarity obviously in this episode today. So that's where that comes from because I think when we think in terms of stuff that has happened before we can see. How that that path is taken and maybe some things that can come to light about how the future can be of. Possibly capturing someone like saving depan deletion who I happen to believe. Is Still Alive I think there's A. Better than average chance that he is still alive and has changed. His life has changed his name and I'm going to get into that. But thinking. Back to the list case he was on the run for about eighteen years so famously he was caught in nineteen, eighty, nine by the American television show. America's most wanted, and it was her biggest capture. The reason why it works so well as they had a broad audience obviously, but they had. Taken the approach to. Build A. Bust or a sculpture of of what? The, subjects face would look like today with. Some things that. They had taken from pictures of the past, so they had no obviously pictures of him in that present time, which was nineteen, eighty nine so they? They hired a sculptor to do it for them, so the sculpture created a a bust of. The face and the profile. And Spend a lot of time thinking about the age and the stress, and so forth of being on the run. and. One other thing that he had done was to. Choose the type of classes that. The. Guy John. Lewis would be wearing in the present day. This was nineteen eighty nine. And when list was caught probably about two months after that episode was shortly thereafter. When he was caught, he was wearing the same pair of glasses at the artist had chosen to put on sculpture and they the picture of his arrest in the picture of the the bust is is identical, and it's it's brilliant. So what can be learned from that? When I compare these two cases, anti finds such similarities. I think of new ideas about the profile I. Think that as I said before that. Xavier de Ponti Legionnaire. There's a good chance that he is still alive that he has changed his name, and now he's nine years on the Lam. So. If. Anything has been learned from the list case than this guy's got nine more years before he gets caught. If he can be caught. So. Let me, get into why called the dependence and to give you an idea as a listener of how similar these cases are and. Not only learning about profile but The profile to take investigators into the future about catching this guy. because. If he's still alive, he can be caught. So. What do I call the dependence? The first chapter is called the eldest son. I think you need to check that out if you haven't before, but it's about. Xavier Dupont spending time with the eldest son, not the oldest son. Because the oldest was not his the eldest son was. From a former relationship his wife had and. His. Son was adopt so basically, so that was the oldest, but his eldest was one that he spent time with last he was the last. person to be with, and he was the last person that he chose to to kill basically now, John. Lewis did the same thing with his eldest son. And there is a reason for it. It's because. These guys were not planning on. Taking themselves out. They weren't planning on. Doing anything to themselves, other than change in their lives and taking care of the mistakes. They had made in the way that they knew.
"xavier" Discussed on Drowning Verdict
"Hello Welcome to drowning verdict I'm chip Mahoney, and this is my true crime. podcast this podcast where I talk about true crime cases out there that fascinate me I. WanNa share with you and go more in depth into the case. It's not so much about the gory details, step-by-step procedural stuff interviewing cops chasing witnesses. That's for some other podcast out there. That's not me I'm an author. I'm more about stories, connections, new angles, and maybe even unraveling some truth here and there. You might have found me on my youtube or twitter, which if you Saab or follow? You're always going to get the latest episode format plus my other podcast called your story or your life, which is true crime, compelling persons of interest so sub follow. You always get those, and you can also find me just about anywhere. You get your favorite podcasts, but there's a Lincoln that description there to get the full episode for this one and the other episodes. Episodes idea and that's to him layup. Get the Himalayas App I. Think you'll love it. You can follow the shows that I got and be more part of the show sport the effort through the the support button there which is totally appreciated tell me grow a better equipment. ETC, because I'm always about trying to deliver bigger and better every time for you, so thanks for subbing following sharing. Let's get into the show enough of the INTRO. I think I got a good one for you today I'm. I'm excited about it. I do true crime and a lot of cases I. just kind of I'm like Blah. There's no mystery there. This once got a a deep mystery to it, and in order to build a profile which I often do. Because I think the subject is still alive, so let's build more of a better pro Falun. Let's see if we can help. Maybe discover where he might be, but in order to do so I go into other cases that I'm familiar with. And I try to find similarities there. And the similarities to. Xavier DEPAN DELETION A and What he had done to his family about nine years ago is very similar, my mind to John List who was an American murderer and carried out the murders of his family in the early nineteen seventies. So. There's a lot to be learned from that and in order to build a profile on Ponticelli Schnee to understand the motive and what I call the movement of where he might be today. I'm going into the John Lewis case because I think there's some real similarities and maybe some things.
"xavier" Discussed on The Daily Grind Business Podcast
"Down uh you know that's when things are having fascinating for me so i wrote down about a year. Go a little bit over a year now but i wrote down that i was going to be professional <hes> professional sports performance trainer. I wrote it down. I wrote down you know my name mm-hmm and i wrote down like a fool on sentence that that i i wanted to say to someone one day that i want to say to you wrote down brown the professional sports performance trainer who specializes in basketball performance training. I wrote that down ahead of having emma wall and <hes>. I wrote that about july of last year. I'm not not even joking when i tell you within a year. All of this has happened for me as i've been a humble brag. I never wanna do that but i went really want people to understand that if i can do it than anyone else. Can you know have that that reason. Why be clear about it. You know a specific goal that you want and then from then on you know oh you're going if you have no clear cut destination and you're gonna be wandering for the rest of your life. No doubt it's like shooting a basketball. You don't know where the net is close with. Your eyes closed. Both shooting it up. You have perfect form. You could be shooting every day but if you don't know where that basketball is. It's never going to go in the who exactly i told w was actually a great vessel in there but if you don't have your is in the room you don't know where you're going and it's the same thing in life like you said you gotta. Write down down what you want and your attention needs to be on it. Daily can't skip it because of the day you skip it you start back at zero and that's that practice of those habits that really drive in that consistency right exactly perfect words who habits great at is have great habits and it's it's very basic. It's not even know earth. Shattering people know what they did but people know what they need to they need to do. They just don't do it and that's and that's why. I always look if you're disciplined that automatically. He's going to separate you from everybody. If you think off the top of your hand how many people are just one hundred percent disciplined. If you say no more than five and you say you live exceptional life people around you but just the sheer number of people that are disciplined so little that you being disciplined committed. It's gonna make all the difference no debt. What's the most important habit you practice daily the most important inhabit like in your okay my opinion. I would say honestly learning learning. I try to learn every single day <hes>. I just felt like as an individual. I'll never know everything you no. I will never be one hundred percent right all the time and i can never go out and and say that oh i know this. I know that if i have no idea about the topic or whatever it is so i always make it a point. They're trying to learn something new every single day. It doesn't matter what it is. It could be anything it could be. Nothing related scores performance but just learning joining in general because i think everything can tie together. If you find a way just learning how to be a better in a better human being that'd be more caring more empathetic <hes> asking a tie in to me being a coach you know i don't look at myself solely as a trainer but also as a coach and mentor because the guys that i work with they confide in me things well they tell me things that they're going through through and maybe they could tell me something that i can help them with but i'll never be able to do that if i don't grow as a person and i'll never grow as a person if i don't learn so i make it a point to learn something new every single it doesn't matter what it is like literally odd the other day. I was practicing how to edit videos and that to me. That's maybe it doesn't translate nestle the basketball aspen or maybe a does because now i know how to edit my basketball videos my instagram page a little bit differently. I can do this a little bit different so everything everything matters everything ties into into something so my big thing is always just learn something. New everyday doesn't matter how big it is but that also challenges me because now it's putting me in a position where i'm in no something all right and it's to me. It's uncomfortable when i don't know something because i enjoy you know i don't know egotistical. I enjoy you know understanding things. You know i think that's just human nature to be comfortable and to know what they know but to kind of get out of your comfort zone to learn something you don't know urge to challenge yourself and say i don't know that adding that takes i think that's the one that takes no during your ego to the side and then also putting yourself in a position to to be understanding so the biggest thing it's just learning. I think that's really important. Don't ever stop learning because at that point. You'll stop grow. No doubt a love man while people wanted to to reach out connect with you. You learn more about your journey. Where's the best place they can go. The best place you guys can go to reach out to me would be instagram so you can follow me at the <unk>. That's the sports. Sports is spelled with his e._s._p._n. Geek altogether <hes>. I post content on there for training purposes. No that's probably the best ways to just d._m. Me i'll get back to you. <hes> i also have a website. If you guys would like to go a little bit more detail about some training and things he's like that <hes> you can find me at w._w._w. Dot grit and grind dot net <hes>. I actually just released an online program so for those that maybe would like to train with me. Maybe get some <hes> some performance training that i offer them a professional athletes and you don't live in the city of cleveland ohio in general you can go on there. My online grind is on there. You can purchase it and once you purchase it. If you email me also know maybe throw some downloadable content for you as well but those are the two biggest gets one so if you guys like to reach out to those those are the things you can do amazing everyone. I will share all these links on my social links. If you follow me on instagram i'll make it super simple for you but go ahead lead and follow xavier on instagram visit grit and grind dot net. Make sure you get that online grind gone. I promise everyone we didn't really like grit and grind. This fits in perfectly with the show. We didn't set this up but i love. It was meant to happen man. That's exactly why have a man will exhibit here. The way we on the show here here on the daily grind is we're going to give you the floor and you have the opportunity today to share with our audience the thought of the day so one thing or one thought we can all go home today. Be be fearless. You know whatever it is that you're trying to achieve anything. You're trying to go for it can and it will have it for you. Be fearless and be persistent you you don't even if you get a no the first time no doesn't mean forever no means just for now so biggest thing than just have that confidence have the understanding that i will become what i know that you know you will become so whatever it is pete goal for it hasn't happened yet but it will amazing and as you can see from this interview everyone successes assesses driven by passion.
"xavier" Discussed on The Daily Grind Business Podcast
"Videos so whichever way you like to learn. They make it really easy whether you're on the go whether you're driving a work whether you're going for a walk cooking dinner whatever it is it makes it really easy and accessible for you now. I've worked out a fantastic amazing offer for everyone who is listening to the daily grind today. The great courses plus is offering you a full free month of unlimited access. Yes you heard that right a full free month of unlimited access but you must a sign up today by going to the great courses plus dot com forward slash grind again. That is the e great courses plus dot com forward slash grind be better today than you were yesterday. Welcome back to the show. Everyone as i mentioned today we sit down with the amazing xavier brown. Executor is a professional sports performance trainer that specializes in basketball performance. He worked with high level college and professional athletes including julian newman of prodigy. Prep exhibit has been training since twenty fifteen and is currently at lake erie college as a strength and conditioning coach as i mentioned in the intro show everyone. What can we learn from this episode. Be sure you get your notepad. Be sure you get your pen and without further ado please meet executor brown. Enjoy joy will exert your brown..