35 Burst results for "Your Media"
David Catron: Will the Democrats Accept the Midterm Results?
"Now we were talking about elections And I mentioned some time ago a piece by David catron over there at the American spectator was a great piece with a Democrats except the midterm results And they're clearly laying the foundation for not accepting the results So they accuse you me and Trump have not accepting election results and yet that's what they're all about Anytime a Republican wins its due to some kind of corruption or races or something And you know you would think the bushes would understand this because the Democrats and the media considered him an president for the longest time as a result of the 2000 Electoral College win he didn't win the popular vote but the litigation that took place in Florida He was calling a legitimate president by most of the Democrats in most of the media but that was then and now bush loves being loved But he does point out does catron That the Democrats are likely to get whacked There is more than the usual bombast he says we're getting from these politicians And he also points out the criminalizing political opponents The New York Times with this January reports with this January 6th so called insurrection committee But he believes the increase steadily metastasized into a mccarthyite inquisition Based on the proposition that former president Trump in a long list of so called far right figures were involved in a criminal conspiracy To undermine the results of the 2020 election And that's where the Department of Justice is headed
Blaze Media: EVs Still Cause Massive Amounts of Emissions From Tires
"New study finds electric vehicles still cause massive amounts of climate harming emissions From tires this is also blaze media new study This is attracting a lot of tension The study published recently by emissions analytics A British base submissions testing firm found that under normal driving conditions particulate emissions from tires are an eye popping 1850 times greater Than from a tailpipe of a gas powered car The EPA defines particulate matter as solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air that are so small they can be inhaled And cause serious health problems And some are small enough to enter deep into the lungs and even soak into the bloodstream Now the particulate matter emitted from tires also pollutes the natural environment As larger particles cover the ground while smaller particles float into the air Half a ton of battery weight can result in tire emissions that are almost 400 more times greater Than real world tailpipe emissions everything else being equal The study says and the trend is heading in the wrong direction so far as Tyra missions go I never heard the tyrant missions before but what do I
Blaze Media: U.S. Households Are Spending $5,000 a Year on Gas
"American households are spending $5000 a year on gas As prices rise and economic woes worsen this is blaze media as well Your Denny research concluded that Americans are paying considerably more at the pump this year gee we didn't know They estimate Americans were spending a mere $2800 last year Now you're spending $5000 Actually I'm surprised at it won't be it isn't more And it will be more It's going to be a lot more And they even point out when you look at inflation and so forth despite the consumer price index surging by 8.3 in April A massive technology sell off retail sales rose 8.2% That's going to come to an end too Because that's what happens in the course of a recession that could actually be worse than
Morgan J. Freeman (Not the Actor): 'Whiteness' Is a Disease
"But over at blaze media Alex knits Berg points something out that I was unaware of Morgan J Freeman declared in a tweet on Monday quote being antiracist starts by admitting whiteness as a disease Freeman and individual describes himself as a TV producer filmmaker human rights and racial justice advocate Should not be confused with the famous actor who has the same name In response to someone who pointed out that his tweet comes across as quite racist You got that it's not the same as the actor In response to someone who pointed out that his tweet comes across as quite racist Freeman fire back reverse racism is a myth that doesn't exist The reason I'm reading this is to point out that it's not Morgan Freeman the actor Even though this guy says he's the actor Or says he's an actor And of course a civil rights advocate He declared that he's a TV producer filmmaker human rights and racial justice advocate And I think he did that purposely To confuse himself with Morgan Freeman the actor
The Great Replacement is Really the Great Smear
"And now Joe Biden and the entire narrative media complex is trying to accuse you of being some sort of white supremacist because you watch programs that literally take what the Democrats and their commentators and their masterminds say, and compare it to public policy, and somehow were the problem. You understand, this is one of the great smears I've ever seen in my ten years of doing this ever. We're not going to put up with
The Great Replacement: The Truth Behind the Theory
"What exactly is the great replacement to the media? You mean the thing that you guys keep on talking about that you've been talking about on television for quite some time? You see, here's how this works. And again, this smear is so beyond what we are even used to dealing with when it comes to the media that this narrative is the opposite of the truth. It's no way anchored to anything. Tethered to reality, nothing. So here's the way it works. The left talks about race all the time. Race race race race. That's all they care about is race. They care about things you can not change versus things you can change. They care about the content of your skin color, not the contents of your character. And this is something that we as conservatives push back on. This is why we don't like CRT. This is why we're trying to push forward over this idea of a color branch colorblind meritocracy. Instead, the left talks about demographics, demographics, demographics. And we're always kind of bothered by this. We say, well, we don't want to talk about this all the time. So why are you so obsessed with it? Here's just a Montage of the left pushing forward the very same replacement theory that they now accuse Republicans of pushing for it that they are saying is borderline terroristic and brings forth genocide. Play cut 46. Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny, right? The country is changing. I've been saying it here. Other people have been saying that here for years now. Even before Donald Trump, the demographics is destiny. So the idea of the great replacement, which again, no one on the center right talks about because no one on the center right in America cares about race, only the left cares about race is this idea that somehow there's this huge fixation on like white birth rates and somehow that is going to impact American
Blake Masters: Illegal Immigration Is Bad for All Americans
"And what they want to do is they want you to stop talking about the illegal immigration problem in Arizona So what do they do The bodies are not even buried yet in Buffalo They take that case and they say well how can we tar JD Vance and Blake masters and Tucker Carlson and anyone else it's really disgusting Considering the fact Blake that the only people obsessed with racial replacement are the left This is nothing to do with race I don't care what your color is Just enter the country legally There's nothing to do with That's a leftist fascination not ours That's totally right It's just totally right I think call me old fashioned to correct amount of illegal immigration is zero And that's not a racial thing I think unlimited illegal immigration it's bad for white Americans It's bad for black Americans It's bad for Asian American It's bad for all Americans Okay and that's who I care about And the left knows that this is part of their agenda You get in trouble as a candidate apparently if you just admit the truth which is the left wants to bring in millions of people and they hope to make those people voters someday They hope those people will break Democrat someday And that's what I want to give them Amnesty And I'm not okay with that And I don't care what the media says Of course they'll call me a racist and a big and it's just nope obviously not true Smile on your face Happy warrior Illegal immigration is a problem Biden is derelict in his duty They're not even trying to enforce better a law That's why I think you should be impeached And the correct amount of illegal immigration is zero
Blake Masters: The DOJ, FBI, & Others Want to Criminalize Dissent
"Here The DHS is talking about now A DHS domestic terrorism unit Now of course everybody's against domestic terrorism You know how they always use these labels to make sure you can't speak out against what they're really trying to do But this kind of stuff worries me I mean the government especially over the past 5 years as a history of abuse of power whether it was a spy gay case against Donald Trump the attack on school board parents by the FBI as domestic terrorists recently they're tarring of pro lifers indicating there could be a big danger from pro lifers which is nonsensical You know Blake this kind of stuff worries me We've really got to get a hold over these law enforcement agencies The FBI DoJ and DHS were the management in many cases there seems to have lost its way I think that's right I think the DoJ FBI DHS they've been completely weaponized basically It's no longer about the rule of law The Democrats are just using these agencies as their auxiliary arms They're enforcement arms And they literally think that Republicans are all terrorists Dan But they want to criminalize dissent from their agenda And you saw how it happened Look you had in Buffalo this last weekend You know you have this crazy deranged murderer Okay and I've been public Obviously condemn all murder that mass shooting That guy should be tried and convicted and executed pronto But you had the Rolling Stone you had media mainstream media saying oh that guy was a mainstream Republican No he wasn't He wasn't and they just want to lump us all in they want a criminalize us and they want to outlaw dissent This is straight out of George Orwell's 1984
23 Trump-Endorsed Candidates Prevail in Primary Races
"Of the 20 7 candidates, president Trump backed in last night's primary contests. 23 prevailed. Wow. How about that for a track record? 23 out of 27. Of course, the mainstream media will crow about Madison Cawthorn's defeat in North Carolina, president Trump endorsed the young man. Wheelchair bound after a car accident when he was much younger. Lot of angry rabbit activists targeted him. And I guess it was successful.
Tucker Carlson: Chuck Schumer Refused to Come on the Show
"Tucker last night. Acknowledging and sharing his invitation. To this gutless wonder, this, this vicious man, Chuck Schumer, the one who screeched, hey Brett Kavanaugh, you're not gonna know what hit you. He's a bully. He's a tyrant, and he needs to be gone. He needs to be voted out of office. Every last one of this dirty damn bunch of Democrat loons needs to be gone. If we're going to stand a chance of getting this country back, they're so hypocritical, they're such frauds. They're so fake. With their fake their righteous indignation over the great replacement theory when that's all they've been screaming about for years. There was Tucker last night acknowledging how he invited Chuck Schumer, but no surprise, Chuck Schumer doesn't have the guts to face the man he is accusing of such a dastardly deed on national television. Schumer just sent a letter to our bosses here at Fox News, blaming this show for the mass murder in Buffalo as well as several other mass shootings in recent years. According to Chuck Schumer, this show spreads quote dangerous rhetoric that needs to be pulled off the air immediately in the name of public safety. Now, again, Chuck Schumer is a federal official. He is the leading Democrat in the United States Senate. And he is calling for media censorship. Now, there was a time like maybe 18 months ago and that would be considered a direct violation of the First Amendment. Now, we hear it every day. Let's just throw them in jail. We wanted to hear more from Chuck Schumer about this. We invited him on the show tonight as we always do. Because he is a coward, this is the only media appearance, probably in history. He's turned down.
Officials say more areas of US may see mask recommendations
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Chuck Schumer Pens Letter to Fox News Executives
"To Rupert Murdoch, the chairman of Fox corporation. Lachlan Murdoch executive chairman and CEO of the Fox corporation. Suzanne Scott, CEO of Fox News media, and Jay Wallace, the president and executive editor of Fox News media. Those executives at Fox received a letter. From one of the most powerful U.S. senators in the country today. New York's Chuck Schumer. He writes dear mister Rupert Murdoch at all. I write to urge you to immediately cease the reckless amplification of the so called great replacement theory on your network's broadcasts. Proponents of this white nationalist far right conspiracy theory believe that a complicit or cooperative class of elites are advancing a plot designed to undermine the political power and culture of white Americans. A recent AP poll found that nearly a third of American adults believe that a group of people is trying to replace native born Americans with immigrants for electoral gains. I urge you to take into consideration the very real impacts of the dangerous rhetoric being broadcast on your network on a nightly
The Marxist Left Hate the Constitution & Bill of Rights
"So you see according to the Marxist left in the media and elsewhere Freedom of speech According to chuck Todd is used by the right Is used by the right To give support or credence to the white supremacy Movement Freedom of speech I see So freedom of speech and then of course there's other parts of the Bill of Rights that I don't like like the Second Amendment the right to bear arms There's another part of the Bill of Rights They don't like equal protection What do you mean Mark I mean baby so that aren't born They hate the constitution They especially hate the Bill of Rights if it can not be used to advance their ideology That's who they are And that's who the media are
Politico Urges Biden Admin to Blame Fox News for Buffalo Shooting
"Here's cut 12 A Politico reporter to Karin Jin pair on Air Force One today urges her to blame Fox News And the GOP from mass shootings cut 12 goats Yesterday you were asked a couple of times about whether or not certain commentators and media whether or not certain members of the Republican Party as well should share some blame and amplifying replacement theory It seems like the administration at this point is not calling out by name some of those people that have in fact amplified that theory Can you walk through the thinking of the president and The White House of why Barack Obama Obama has amplified it I'll mention a few Joe Biden in the past is amplified at the Democrat party has promoted in an amplified it People on MSNBC and CNN have promoted it and amplified it Scholars so called experts so called in our faculty with tenure They've written treatises on it Does that help your pal Go ahead It's not effective to call them out or do you feel that it's not effective Will you call them out by name So here we have a so called reporter Hat tip right scoop Whose insisting that the murder that took place in Buffalo Be projected upon Fox News and hosts This is sick When the guy hated Fox News hated Fox News and conservatives Go ahead The people who spread this filth know who they are And they should be ashamed of themselves But I'm not going to give them or give them or their noxious ideas They're pushing the attention that they desperately want But you are a mouthpiece for one of them
Joe Biden Calls on Americans to 'Reject' Replacement Theory
"You Joe Biden as you know was in Buffalo today And he really was stoking the flames He really was stoking the flames and I'm not going to play a lot of this just a little bit of it so you get a feel for it But here we go Cut one go What happened here is simple and straightforward terrorism Terrorism Domestic terrorism violence inflicting in the service of hate and the vicious thirst for power That defines one group of people being inherently inferior to in any other group Hey and through the media and politics the Internet has radicalized angry alienated lost and isolated individuals In the falsely believing that they will be replaced That's the word replaced By the other by people who don't look like them And who are therefore in a perverse side ideology that they possess and being fed lesser beings I and all of you reject the lie I call on all Americans to reject the lie And I can them those who spread the lie for power political gain and for profit It's just too bad whether it's him or Obama Their media that they have absolutely no compassion Absolutely no compassion They get into politics They're trying to score points This replacement theory actually I was thinking about this is mostly a replacement ideology
Hakeem Jeffries Is Looking for 'Decency' From Republicans After Buffalo Shooting
"This is a fact it is a left wing theory and political tactic They've discussed they've written books about this It is their thing Here's hakim Jeffries Because this murderer who nobody knows when his political ideology is they know he was sick and was a bigot And a racist that we know but you read the manifesto which the media doesn't actually read they don't some of them don't even know how It's kind of hard to discern what the political ideology is He goes in one sentence from attacking Fox News to another talking about the leftist racist conspiracy theory replacement theory Kind of hard to discern but here's Hakeem Jeffries again Funerals haven't even happened yet But this is what happens when you're a man of zero character Zero dignity Zero ethics and zero principles Using this opportunity not attack the killer and talk about what motivated him and the manifesto no to attack Republicans That's how sick these people are Listen to this House Democrats are continuing to work to make life better for everyday Americans House Republicans are fanning the flames of hatred and embracing a racist conspiracy theory put forth by white supremacists on so called replacement And we're still waiting for a single House Republican leader to denounce replacement theory The theory that led to the massacre in Buffalo New York And hopefully we'll see some decency from them today and throughout the week Some decency from them why What do you mean decency from them It's not our thing It's your thing
The American People See Right Through the Media's Treatment of Biden
"All right, I want to turn to this poll that just came out Americans, as I said, they get it. We get it. We've got a newly released poll that shows the American people really see through the media. And they see through how the media treats president Joe Biden. Effectively with kid gloves, right? Compared to how they treated former president Donald Trump, according to Rasmussen reports, the majority of Americans say, and I quote, the media does not question president Joe Biden as aggressively as they questioned former president Donald Trump. 54% of likely U.S. voters believe the news media are less aggressive in questioning Biden than they were Trump. Look, it's only 54% though. I mean, to me that to be like 95%, it is very clear that this media is quite biased. It's actually a big deal when they actually challenge him on things. Because they never seem to challenge him, and we've got all kinds of problems going on. In terms of our economy, in terms of the border, in terms of what we're going to continue to face with our economy. In terms of infant formula, that crisis that frankly, the administration should have been all over before it happened, or at least when it happened. Anyway, it seems that most Americans are wise to that. And it's important that we are, right? Because you have to be able to vote for the candidate that's going to offer the best opportunity in, well, November and also, again, in 2024, and if everyday Americans can see through the media as you know what, then I think that that's going to make a real
Kash Patel Goes After Left With New Ad in Time Square
"Cash is in the new studio grade. This studio is awesome and I'm glad that I'm like the first guest to be in here. Yeah, you actually are the first guest you are the inaugural guest. I'll take it. So we're running your ad behind you, just so you know. Okay, can I just talk about this real quick? So what better way to go after the left than go to the heart of the enemy's kingdom? So in Times Square, this billboard is literally launching in 20 minutes, and it is going to play a hundred times a day for the next week, Durham watch dot com. We actually have the biggest theater and we're going to force it down the mainstream media's throats and every corrupt bureaucrat in New York City and we are going to educate the world on what Durham watch is, what happened in Russia gate and you can follow it. I'm going to do a live daily updates on truth social at cash for the trial. And this is the first of three
"your media" Discussed on Healthcare Triage Podcast
"Doctor sicon hack pin. My name is cicon akpan. I am a science editor for National Geographic. So my road to science editing went through science itself. I have a PhD in pathobiology from Columbia University where I was studying drug treatments for stroke and Alzheimer's disease. But during my PhD, about maybe three years in, I decided that I didn't want to stay in academia for the rest of my life, and I had always been interested in science writing and science and communication. I think the biggest difference is between how scientists and science journalists view academic research. I think a lot of those differences center around incentives. For science, journalist, I mean, we're trying to objectively portray what's going on in the world. But we also have, I guess, incentives that are driven by subscribers that are driven by page views that are driven by getting people to read our content. I think the best science journalists, the ones that I like the most are the ones who can do both while also staying true to the accuracy and the precision of the research itself. But I think you do have some media outlets that are more driven by covering a single study with the biggest craziest headline that they can throw on there and I think that can sometimes be detrimental to the public perception of science overall because I think it's just confusing. I think people just don't get the right takeaways about how the science was conducted, how like a single study really if ever can be the end all for any topic. Misaligned incentives can drive researchers to potentially cut corners because there is a lot of pressure to win funding and there's only so much money. I think the same thing happens in journalism, right? There are only so many viewers that only so many advertisers and I think if you have a journalism system that's based on acquiring as many unique visitors as possible, you're going to have some outlets that cut corners. And I think it's less an issue with the major news outlets. I mean, I think by and large, major news outlets do a really good job of fact based reporting and making sure that their stories are accurate. But I think even some of those places sometimes you can see headlines that are like oversell because you want people to read the story because you know it's important for your bottom line. But I would say the bigger issue is that you have a lot of quote unquote media outlets that I wouldn't describe as news, right? I think that they're opinionated, I think they're slanting. The perceptions of science because there's that same incentive based system that's driving them that wants them to write really hyperbolic headlines at once them to not explain things in full context. Because they're because they're trying to make money. And I think that it's a bigger issue with those outlets, once that sort of willingly use this Internet infrastructure to make money. Off of misinformation. Let's circle back to an idea introduced in the beginning of the episode, which is the role of journalists in holding science and scientists accountable. We asked Stephanie Lee what her view was on this. Yes, absolutely. Thanks, journalists should hold science accountable. I think a lot of people think of science journalism as the main goal is to explain complicated science and distill it for the layman, which is absolutely a function of science journalism. That's like step one, but I would say it's not the only function. The way our job differs from that of a public information officer is that we're not just explaining the science, but we're interrogating how it's produced, who funds it, what are the problems in it, you know, just beyond simple scientific disagreements over the findings. There are so many factors that contribute to the production of science and that's where I feature the job of a science journalist is to try to understand that process and make it clear to the public. We had a similar conversation with doctor akpan on both of these topics. Holding science accountable and on presenting not only scientific results, but interrogating what goes on behind that science and how it fits into the bigger picture. I think everyone could be doing a better job of everyone accountable. I think the media could be doing a greater job of saying, okay, here's something that a scientist said. Here is a study. Here's a huge claim that they're making. Okay, I am a journalist. I know that that claim can not be true, right? Like I know that that claim is not precise. And then I think it is really incumbent on journalists to say, okay, here's what the general public needs to know about this claim to make sure that they're not perpetuating misinformation or misconceptions. They think science communicators of all stripes can do a better job of presenting the limitations of any study in showing that, okay, either this study is trying to fit in into a whole that sort of makes up an idea in general. And so don't just use this one study to decide what you want to do with everything in your life. I think we can all do a better job as jobs as communicators to talk about what reproducibility is and how it factors into developing and understanding sort of leaning towards or moving towards a comprehension of how things work rather than saying like this one study, this one thing tells us everything that we need to know about the topic at hand. I think if you really want to handle the reproducibility crisis, you need to be exposing what the limitations of any quote unquote big study. What those limitations are,.
"your media" Discussed on Healthcare Triage Podcast
"Welcome back to the healthcare triage podcast. This is the 5th episode of our series on science culture and reproducibility, and today we're focusing on the role of the media, who spoke just a major players in science journalism and asked them. What role does the media have to play in all of this? The media has an incredibly important role to play, but it isn't always the one that, well, even the media thinks of itself as doing or that scientists and researchers think of themselves as doing a public health officials think of themselves as doing, to me, good journalism about anything about any subject is about holding institutions and people accountable, especially powerful people. Being a science journalist, it seems a little unfair to blame the reproducibility crisis only on scientists themselves. I mean, I think that universities, I think that science journalists and science communicators of all stripes can do a better job. Yeah, I mean, with parts of the problem too. I think that the way that we have been communicating about science to the public is just really flawed. In this episode, we'll touch on how a lot of media hype over scientific studies actually begins with scientific institutions and journals. Then we'll dig into how we might counteract that. How can the media help us get to a place where we produce more reliable science? How can they help us keep the spotlight off of questionable work? And what is their role in helping the public understand all the nuances of scientific studies and how single studies fit into the overall scientific consensus. And what exactly is the role of journalism in holding science accountable? In terms of how media attention may directly influence scientific practice, keep in mind that there is a personal fame factor to media attention that can definitely function as an incentive for scientists. Here's a small aside on that from one of our experts that will introduce in this episode. Yeah, I mean, I think in terms of misaligned incentives, it's funny working in both fields and like seeing how people react to, you know, say like, oh my publication, a bunch of times, or I landed this grant and then seeing how people react to like, oh, our story went viral. There's a lot of overlap in how those sort of like addictive bursts of neurotransmitters in our brains sort of like cause people to behave. And I think in both cases, it can drive misdeeds. Journals are more likely to publish work that will get big media attention. Given the publisher parish culture that we've been covering, this can play into the incentives for scientists to publish splashy work over more careful reproducible work. Let's kick things off with Ed young, a science writer at the Atlantic who we introduced in episode two and Stephanie Lee, a science writer for BuzzFeed, who we introduced in the first episode. Before I started writing about reproducibility, I wrote about a lot of, frankly, terrible psychology studies that seemed to me at the time to be very interesting and were published in high profile journals like nature and science and had that sort of imprimatur of quality attached to them. And do you know, I think even when I was writing about them, you know, there was never a point when I thought, oh, nature and science. Therefore, it must be true, but there's an insidious way in which that cultural value works its way into our heads. But those instincts can serve as really badly, because the work that is most counterintuitive is also most likely to be wrong. You know, in journals are more likely to publish that work because they know it's going to get the media attention and we then provide them with the attention that they crave. And so we reinforce that cycle. Then shower the attention upon researchers and just increase the incentives for doing similar kinds of work. Like if you have just done pathetically underpowered studies, your entire career, and yet are getting nature and science papers and are covered in like The New York Times. Then, you know, of course you're going to carry on doing that. The entire world around you has repeatedly told you that this is a fine thing that will only improve your standing in the world. So yeah, we do have a role to play. And I think it's really telling that since writing on reproducibility, I have like almost completely ceased coverage of social psychology studies and have instead mostly focused my attention on the reproducibility issue itself. And that's because just a lot of work doesn't really pass even like very simple sniff tests. You know, I think that journalism and science share a similar metabolism in some ways in a very different one in other ways. And the news business we're always looking for, what is the next story? What's new? What are people talking about? And we're always trying to kind of scoop our fellow colleagues and in writing about that. In science, every day, dozens of things come out from under embargo and they're presented journalists and a lot of them right about them. Study says X and while it's true that a study came out that day that doesn't mean that the story is what the study found. And so it's very easy to write these over simplistic headlines when you're doing that kind of story because it is study says X causes Y or whatever. When really the story is most likely multiple studies suggest X under certain conditions, but there's disagreement over key things and here's where the commonalities and also the disagreements are. That is really closer to the true heart of scientific publishing, right? What's emerging from an accumulation of evidence and not just one. But it's easy to fixate on the one because, as I said, we've got deadlines going all the time. Hourly, daily, weekly. I think that stories that do a bit of a longer view looking at multiple studies. What is the preponderance of evidence show? That doesn't make the story less interesting. It just makes it different, and it makes it harder. Because it takes more time and resources and nuance to read more and talk to more people. And that is not something that every news outlet is able to do. And so I'm very fortunate that, in my job, our general rules to not cover single studies unless something's particularly noteworthy or our controversial and demands explanation. I get it, but it's like when I think about TV, they're never going to do that..
"your media" Discussed on Developer Tea
"A larger impact than any given message that is portrayed through that media. And we can apply this kind of thinking to our workplaces. What kinds of effects, what kinds of implications are there to your entire company, your team, your sub organization, your department, whatever that group is, their adoption of a given type of medium. I want to be clear. About my goal for this episode, your takeaway shouldn't be that the tools that you pick are going to determine your culture. Or that the tools, the media that you use for transferring messages is a painstaking and overly important process, or that even it will overshadow the messages that you're sending. For example, if you're using slack or if you're using an email, for a given communication, for a given message, those are probably not going to have a major difference. But it should be noted that as you adopt tooling as you adopt, not just tooling, but as you adopt various media that your teams use that you use with other people that you're working with that you use with your clients. That there is an effect. The simple example of this was studied this past year and it was coined zoom fatigue. Now zoom fatigue occurs essentially when someone is on a Zoom call for a long enough period of time, and it's specifically worse if your camera is on. This fatigue occurs whether the meeting went well or not. And so some mechanism that is completely ignorant of the content of that meeting is causing fatigue. Now it's not to say that the content wouldn't increase or decrease that sense of fatigue. But there is something that's happening as a result of the medium itself. If, for example, you were to use zoom without seeing your own face, this had a moderating effect to that fatigue. It may have little to no effect, the content of the message. Of the goal of this episode is also not to necessarily rank which types of media are better than others. Because we probably couldn't do that. We don't have enough information to do that. It's not to implore you to use one kind of medium over another. Instead, my hope is that you will begin to be thoughtful about the media that you're using. Consider whether a given medium is causing an effect that is deleterious to your team. It's causing a negative effect. Or on the flip side, whether a given medium might be causing a positive effect for your team, and you might want to double down on using that. Ultimately, remaining ignorant of the fact that the medium itself has an effect on our messaging or has an effect on our culture on how we communicate with one another. If we remain ignorant of that fact, then we'll make uninformed decisions and miss out on opportunities to take advantage of the media that we use. Thanks so much for listening to this episode, this slightly more philosophical episode and media theory episode of developer T, this show talks about this kind of stuff. Sometimes we need to open up the conversation a little bit to more theoretical discussions that have very practical implications into how you're doing work. On a day to today basis. So I hope that the practical takeaways here are clear that your media actually does matter. Your choice of tools, your choice of platforms, your choice of the way that you're communicating, the kinds of messages and the platforms that those types of messages are on, all of that matters. It has an effect on you and the people you work with. Thanks so much for listening to this episode. Thank you again to today's sponsor Doppler. If you want to fix your environment secret woes, all of those difficult to solve problems of sharing secrets in the right environments to the right people, Doppler has you covered, head over to Doppler dot com as DOP R dot com slash L the letter L slash developer team. Thanks so much for listening to this episode if you enjoyed this discussion then you'll probably enjoy listening to more of the show, so go ahead and subscribe but also the discussions that we have over in the developer T Discord, you can join that for free, by heading to developer T dot com slash Discord. Thanks so much for listening. And until next time, enjoy your tea..
"your media" Discussed on Developer Tea
"What does it mean? That the message that I'm sending to you today is coming in the form of a podcast. What does it do to the message? And to the audience of people who decide to listen to podcasts more broadly. In today's episode, we're going to talk a little bit about how the medium of your messages matters. My name is Jonathan cattrall. You're listening to developer T, my goal on the show is to help driven developers like you find clarity, perspective, and purpose in their careers. Every message that you send from you to another person is carried through the medium. Sometimes that medium is a face to face conversation, we have kind of a raw medium of light and sound. Soundwaves, emanating from another person. Sometimes that medium is moderated. By some intermediary. For example, you may still have those light waves and soundwaves, but the traveling through a Zoom call. Or perhaps the medium itself is a drastically different representation of the message. Written letters or slack. All of these media are not transparent. In the mid 20th century, Marshall mcluhan drove this point home. He said that the medium is the message. His point, as he details in lectures that you can find online, we'll try to include those in the show notes. His point was essentially that the effect of the median outweighs the minor effect of whatever the content of your message is. And he was particularly interested in studying this on a grand scale. The effects of having broad access to, for example, television, broadcast television, that the effect of that was going to be much more pronounced much more important than whatever the content is that's showing on TV. And mcluhan's words were well before the Internet. Mcluhan's words were, well before personalization of media and before, really before video games had a chance to affect our society, our culture. But we can hazard a guess that his opinions would only be even more so applied to newer media that we experience. And whether you agree with this philosophy from mcluhan, or if you have a different take, we can at least inspect some of the implications this would have on our messages.
"your media" Discussed on Run That Prank
"To deter stop. No not telling. We've enroll up to this damn church. Okay come on call call. Now you're going to get out so you don't put on the wrong one now. You're the pushed up on the wrong one. So all those two tub coup you eight news so dug a you bring johnny. You bring billy you can do you want but it ain't gonna happen okay. Okay coup real dog. Doug you've done call me talking all this you about the come up here and what my and now you need like seven eight other guys back in the day we used to just handle this one on one and now you wanna come up here talking all that you bring in because and you've got your house if you wanna do this man come up here. Let's do a one on one. Oh oh you use gay assam. Ain't nobody scared but you're talking that you open mind. Now you gonna bring up every disciple you know man you know what bring whoever you want. Just don't bring nobody you want back. 'cause i put you all down. Okay well let me tell you. I'm a brain. Tommy win and tommy going to be. The one is going academic fool. Which i'm telling you that right now who tommy. So you'll know tommy. Nah i don't know tommy okay. Do you know nephew. Tommy from the steve harvey morning show. Are.
"your media" Discussed on Run That Prank
"Coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today's subject. She wants to buy my special sauce. We'll get into it. We'll get into that. Yeah just a little bit but right now. The nephew is here with today's prank phone. Call what you got fourth math. Pegase time to take a shot. This right here media ministry media ministry. Hello hello i'm trying to raise dre. Andre andre dre you. The person that runs the The media at church you over the sound system and everything and all the The screens and all that stuff. Yeah yeah. I work with the church. Okay how long have you been at the charge. Man private at the church for like five years now about five years. Okay okay. let's doug man. Doug newsom and I haven't i haven't joined the church yet but i've been coming because my cousin go there ain't been going there for quite a bit I got i got one cousin. That's in the choir Latrice you know who latrice is right. Yeah i don't really trees doug you you ain't a member of the church it no no. I'm not going to charge it. But you know i've been in there you know. I'm like in the service and everything. So you know. It's just a matter of time you know When i feel like. I'm ready to actually join but i i i ain't gonna lie. I'm calling you. Because i got a bit of an issue about a about some now. I've been noticing for the last. Three weeks has been going on in the church and i wanted to You know i had to ask around. Who was over the media Yeah that's that's okay so I i don't know what's happening in an i ain't gonna lie. Gotta be real which pissed me off but For the last three weeks you know When my cousin get ready to sing you know. I don't know why when she get up to saying that the mike just go out. You know what i mean. The mike just go completely out when she getting ready to sing. And i'm like what this don't make no sense you know so. It's not like i'm timing. I don't know. I mean we don't have the best equipment at the church. You know we. We just gotta work with what we got. I mean it's not like i'm sitting there trying to sing aloud your cousin. Sometimes mike's get a glitch man. We'll see we'll see we'll see that's my problem though the problem. I'm having the glitch happening every single time..
"your media" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
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"your media" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"But this isn't about one event it's about fair policing and safe communities business. Roundtable stands with the millions of americans across the nation calling for policing reform. We urge members of congress on both sides of the aisle to continue working together to pass bipartisan policing legislation that can be signed into law before august recess. Paid for by business roundtable. If something tragic happened to you or your family would you want a podcast. Or a documentary about the story of your family's tragedy. Is that helpful. Does that move the needle. I kind of thought about that before. When people won't talk with media you know. I show up on doorsteps and a lot of times. People don't wanna talk and that they have different reasons for that. And i understand that but i always think to myself. Gosh if i lost a loved one. I would probably be doing anything i could to try to bring attention to the key to figure out how it could be solved. So i don't understand how some of the stanley make it through. Know i guess they say settled saying whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger by you through the will some of the people. I just admire their tenacity and their ability to live and move forward. If i were the victim of a crime or a family member of mine victims of crime. I i would want something done anything that could help. Bring some late to the case that would generate louis. There were generate anything that would lead to the truth being uncovered and somebody being held accountable. I was always info transparency. Thought why would anyone ever partake in a crime documentary or podcasts. And working in this podcast in particular. It made me realize that people who didn't know the victim don't speak for them or speak about them. Then we're just going to get the story wrong. It's impossible to know the intricacies of someone's life hearing it secondhand through you know through an article or youtube video so in doing that. I think being able to hear details about dana wrote in being an incredible mother and hard worker. Like that's what paints the picture and makes you care court. What about you. So something from last week really stuck out in the case of curtis jennifer forget angie montgomery has been tirelessly tirelessly looking for resolution that has yet to come and one thing she said and this was even in dealing with law enforcement was. Hey guess what. The squeaky wheel gets attention and can reinvigorate an investigation. And you don't know if you're walking around in town and the person guilty of murder of your loved one is checking you out of the supermarket so to be able to bring attention to what is paralyzing. Many families in unknown grief and just not knowing. I think that's really important. I sort of feel strongly that if somebody has experienced something very traumatic and the rest of us are not made aware of it from a human perspective in that we are not forced to really care about it and get mad about it and make sure it doesn't continue to happen again then. Maybe that's not okay either. We're all sort of connected by the stories. We share good and bad and some of these being so wildly extreme. I would always say if something happened to me or my family. Please please do a podcast. Or a documentary or shout from the rooftops that we did this in our good times and that whoever did this to us would be brought to justice and then i pose the same thing to joseph here years ago. I attended the first grandson on over bentiu as guest of people that were present in there. I was on panels. And all that sort of thing. And i didn't really know what to think about it. You know because when i think about something says khan in it always thinking about people dressing like cartoon characters you know and living out these alternative universes you know that they kind of exist in private lives and that sort of thing so i didn't know what to expect and i got there you know and as an old investigator Have people know that would approach me and they call me up at night. You know late night while it'd be there on desk at the emmys office in atlanta and they'd say looking for my mom she's been missing ten years and entertain sending people years and years and listen to their stories and they just want somebody to talk to. But this took on a different tenor from me. When i was there. Something that kind of hunch me that gut. These people were showing up and they weren't just true. Cram fans they were flying. All the way from places like seattle and these people would show up and they had files papers and there would walk up to bus tears in their us. Say please. can you help me. My sister was raped in dallas. Texas in nineteen seventy five. It killed my parents is still unsolved. Please help and they're openly weeping. You know and i was. I found myself in that moment. Tom surrounded by people like this. And there's this great unknown and unseen massive people out there that are not served and the reason they're not served is because right now as we speak don somewhere right now or across the nation and there are people that are in mourning. And can you imagine always being in morning and never being sock lot of people closure. A heat had the opposite because no one ever gets closure and a homicide. It doesn't happen. They just want answers. So you know for me personally. Yeah got bit. You know that anything would happen to me mine. I'd say yeah. Let the hod come with a hair. You know do it. I mean if it's going to bring about information not closure closures something that's abstract if it brings about more information's going.
"your media" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"Why did you become a journalist and specifically in true crime. I like finding out information. I think i'm insatiably curious. And i like to find out you know why things happen. And how they happen amend big wyan how person and the thrill of finding out information. What can i do in a day. They just started covering it. This world of knowledge that different pieces of people can figure out to me and they can piece it together and they can. And then there's justice right and then you use all of that for the you know seeking of justice and how the systems work is really interesting to me. Hell things work how. The court system works why what's going to happen. What do they need to prove as all. It's all part of the same sort of ingredients in the soup. I think joseph. How did you get into this line of business. What made you grow up. And say i want to be a medical examiner for me. It was fascinating. You see it from the perspective of all the peripheral issues that come up in that you see what's left behind and their weight. No life that they live. What's in their chest drawers at home. what's sitting beside the chair That daddy said in all the time lazy in front of the tv. You know the little table there where he kept his piper. Maybe what was mama hiding in the kitchen cabinets stuff that people don't see and i think this goes back to the bigger issue. The reason i think that this this is so compelling with all of these other cases and is dictated by geography is dictated by personality of a place pipe in pike county. It has it's i it is in the story in the story of these lives lost. It's it is a care. What is our obsession with true. Crime as those who follow it closely and dedicate our careers to it. What's up with that or storytellers. I mean back from the beginning of time right. I mean even caveman time. We were drawing pictographs to communicate so we we have a human desire to communicate and their compelling stories. Something bad happened and we want to find. I think we are seekers of truth or seekers of fact. How did this happen. That's why we rubber neck at car accidents and truthfully it's the classic good versus evil right good and bad. I think that's what draws us two things. I mean religious text. I mean most novels. Most i mean are you know. There's there's a protagonist in an antagonised. Also i was reading about why people love true crime as the adrenaline russia. Vet that you get this kind of your heart rate rises and you feel like what you feel like when you go on a coaster. I agree with you jeff. I think that listen to true crime. We're going on the trip taking the trip with people you know we. We might be just watching like you said our heart races. We get anxious. I mean you know it takes us into those phases and it does give us an. I come here through my own story my own trauma so you know. I don't know our people stories but you know my brother cousin giant dramatically when the car they were driving in seventeen years old love and i was extremely traumatized by the way that they die how they die and to my journey i was in a very dark place into my jury or darkness is the lying and you know us what how helped me to help on the people you know worked your firefighter families for ten years after nine eleven same families watch them he'll and research shows that peer support is one of the main things that help people out dramatic losses and like you said listening to other people had dramatic losses and not only survived but thrived house ours ended also helps he bowl. It normalizes people's experiences when they're going through dramatic loss to hear other people that have been that even the losses are different. I also think we're a little obsessed with death right. It's like one of the few things that we all can agree on. We all going to die at some point in the circumstances by which we do is very unknowable. For the most part and listen. We know we're going to have there's always going to be life in. There's always going to be death in how we die in. The circumstances is something that i have to assume slightly intrinsic for all of us to be curious about. I agree with that. I think every single time somebody dies. You're sharing at your mortality. I think that's why death is so difficult like you said this puts every time you you read here about these things like the massacres. You think about your own holiday. You're on safety your own death you know it. Just.
"your media" Discussed on The 3-1 Collapse
"The national football league made history tonight as the first all black officiating crew officiated. Tonight's monday night. Football matchup between the tampa. Bay buccaneers in the los angeles. Rams there are some interesting news over the past week. Coming out of the southeastern united states herbal weekend. The florida state seminoles in clemson tigers postponing their football game while the commentary fireworks or more interesting than the game probably would have been this year. Granted Strong clemson is versus florida state. Somehow florida state still finds a way to lose the press notable clemson alumni nikki. Haley took to twitter to express in summer calling a cryptic in emblematic tweet. Calling on president trump to concede the presidential election last week. The georgia recount winter. Joe biden again. People noted the difficulty of flipping georgia lou for this election. But regardless congratulations stacey abrams. For leading the charge to flip it twice in seem election. All eyes are in the state as it approaches. Its sub coming into senate. Races thanksgiving scene. Is this coming thursday. Why a lot of circumstances for the holiday changed kosher on health reasons. Detroit lions dallas cowboys offer hope. Some consistency for the traditional mediocre holiday performances. From all of us here through from all of us here at the three collapse. We wish you a safe and happy thanksgiving. Please make sure he's common sense in truly. Be this week pursued for you tonight. Spurring from twitter exchange. My is greg. pirker here is always by josh. Levy in kaelin hacks. How's everyone tonight. He oh what's good. I'm doing okay. I'm i'm in better spirits this week you know. I think it's been a good week all around my team so lost but you know what silver lining fancy. We win everything so by your team. Senior into the baltimore. Ravens lewis a Yes unfortunately sadly i am yes. I'm doing good to Cowboys got a big win. This week against the vikings. I also got a big win. This weekend's greg and unfortunately for the Lamar jackson's berlin calorie crowd. Not a good week for your arguments. I thought i have to say they're collar loss to so we're kind of in the same boat right now. Lost three. he put up a better show against probably a better opponent. Barrena fair enough. okay. I'll i'll let that slide so tonight we have Tonight we're gonna talk about one's ability to alter their opinions how to conduct civil discourse rooted from disagrees and social media specifically twitter etiquette. Ooh choosy. i we're going to provide some background. Tonight's topic the story happened several weeks ago in volume two of our own. It's one of intrigue in her severence. Civil discourse in the ability to change one's opinions are pouring in a free society with freedom of speech through more in the story a hinder tequila. Heck's ha thank you. Greg thank you so begin. Kind of it starts a couple months ago. We honest like the most recent election that brought us to this topic was few weeks ago. Yes because there's me and elo joshua here But it started earlier in the year when You know we're all from maryland respectively in a governor..
"your media" Discussed on Nonprofit Everything
"Should facebook halves the more content to instagram or do you treat them totally differently. But I have no idea. That was so really on an. But thank you for asking the question which means that we're absolutely going to go to guest expert. Do you have an opinion on this busy? You know I have an opinion that's not informed at all. I. Think my gut instinct says that each of these social I know enough to be dangerous right each of these social platforms that are out there and they keep increasing every day and I Can't keep track of them but each one is sort of driven by different things right. So you know we've all seen sort of the changes that have happened with facebook over the years where we're like wait why don't I ever see my friend post anymore all I see your advertisements or whatever like I think that each platform sort of is responding in designed to do different things so while. You're small. It's easiest just to say, let me cross post this on every platform. I guess my bigger question is where you trying to go what are you trying to get to? What are you trying to achieve through social media and then you know that that drives the decision but but again, this is very much being a novice. So we'll we'll bring in a pro for sure. Everybody Stacey wedding joining you today with a special best. We have April camp. We love it when we how special guests on because. Clearly Andy I don't know everything. So when we can get someone else with.
"your media" Discussed on Two Peas In A Podcast
"You're listening to the p d zone two peas in a pod cast a podcast that highlights all the reasons why Florence South Carolina is an amazing place to call home. I'm your host Michael Parker and along with my co-host Doug Summerford will strive to bring you interviews and reviews of the best businesses and happenings all around the PD. Thank you so much for joining in. Hey, everybody. Would appreciate you joining us today. We're real excited to have our new guests here. We're sitting down with Cameron Michael and Jake westerbeck two-thirds of the New Media company here in Florence called pixels Media Company. We're going to talk to a to them about their background and about their company what they do what they can do for you off and just their vision of where they want to take this thing and I've got to tell you I'm a customer and a huge fan. So I want to just talk to these guys for a little bit and Cameron. Welcome Jake welcome. Thank you for coming in. I know how busy you are. Absolutely welcome. I know how busy you guys are you do fantastic work and I really, you know, I'm not just not just smoke up your skirt some I really want a hundred percent mean it you help me you help me in my business and you will continue to I know that but Cameron tell everybody a little bit about you. Background in and what you brought to the table here? Okay. Well I come I come from a family third generation real estate agent and also the insurance that kind of coincide together thought so been in real estate now thirteen years, I think and just do real estate here in fly been doing real estate here in Florence for five years or so off and just also a need for photography here. And that's pretty well. I'm a famous Facebook stalker too. So I noticed I know your family background your dad's a real estate brokers grandfather's real estate broker and is real estate agent. Uncle's a real estate agent, right that is uh is in real estate because I'm perfectly land and I would say my wife my brother and sister have their estate license as well. So we're all in you know, I'm actually from Cheraw, South Carolina, you know, what time? I know I think it's actually pronounced she wrote she wrote she doing for him to return your brother, but I met here at Francis man this from Cheer also, I know the area well, but you think about all those people in the real estate business you have done better, but you know another real estate family Jake tell everybody about your bag on the same thing going on with my mom my brother and real estate. My sister actually had a real estate license in Tennessee didn't do a very long but it doesn't matter show that it went around the whole family where my dad wants to get off the the whole drone side of everything when you were supposed to so, so what you're saying is the smart one, right? Yes. But yeah, I mean, I'm very familiar with Jake's family. Everybody knows you know, Kathy is a great realtor here in town as well. So, you know, we're here to help promote everybody. We're not, you know not going to talk about people cuz they're in the same business is plenty of business to go around Jake tell us about the music business man..
"your media" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots
"Written as a marketing ploy, and again, they just enough vaccinate to inspire fear and get you to give me your email address and submit the a shit ton of marketing Go ahead, go ahead there birzeit cut you off a wondering enhances talk none of that. That was pretty much my skin. Court did. You dig into WHO's The guy really was you're like. Okay. This Day and age. You should be tech bullshit whole lot quicker. That's that's that is an excellent point at the argument mile resort to that, and again it's not really an argument but the. With everything going on in the that the violent riots, the burning down buildings, the attacks on civilians and police officers, and we're all hyper aware of that. Now because they're shoving at US twenty, four hours a day like we talked about ratings. You'RE GONNA get people that are more uppity and dare I even say higher level of paranoia than usual but I mean, is it really paranoia if they are out to get you? Yeah and the and I want to make air that I wanNA, make the point. The mainstream media does this type of shit all the time winner okay. They and they used their credibility to make this more plausible. Not The problem that I have with this is once you get into it it, it really becomes a cluster ill, he I it becomes a cluster fuck it becomes vortex swirling shit that you have to. You would you would have to think the every single. military member, a member of the intelligence community. A law enforcement would all have to be complicit in this scheme that you know they would allow eight eight, a hostile Chinese takeover of California. Okay. Now, California's definitely the loony left state but I don't think I don't think China's taking over any time. So go ahead. Sorry I mean I'm pretty sure I've seen this article before it was called Red Dawn. You know. That was that one awesome movie that they fucked up recently, that's when you're talking about. Yeah I mean it's pretty much the same scenario I mean. Honestly the the the problem that we have and I mean, yes, the the mainstream media does it all the time they divide with doing. You know specifically pointing out race of crimes that happen and Whether. It's the victims or whether the salient or vice versa I mean a, do it all the time to divide everything the problem with sit like this is those people that have seen the videos of your granny or whatever suddenly getting attacked and harassed by peaceful protesters. Air quotes peaceful go ahead. Yeah. Total air quotes You know the problem is, is that people see all those videos floating around and everything like that? They I mean it makes us this puff piece. Able to feed on those fears because people now start becoming afraid of the interactions that they run into when they happen to be around in areas that there is a protest or that. ANTIFA or or any of that shit is around there automatically think this. Type of stuff is going to do in the same as the mainstream media does with feeding on people's fear is now you know if anybody resist and believes this bullshit, they're going to sit there and possibly be armed, and now you have this mass fear of like it states in the article that they're going to be you know out in plain sight walking around people and suddenly start opening fire. Yeah. Exactly. Whether the of that's the intent or not you're absolutely right. So now all of A. You know. Let's just be honest actual peaceful protesters can be put in danger by Shit like this we all agree with freedom of speech but I mean, isn't that what this is in that? What we're ultimately leading to here I mean that's that's what it sounds like me. Yeah I mean it's taken attack on peaceful protesters that you know legitimately believe in what they're doing. Even if the message you know the the groups in the movements wrong message itself, they believe in and they're trying to do you know their their First Amendment right to peacefully protest at to enact change and everything like that which totally four absolutely what you're running into is now you're gonNA have I mean. Take our beautiful state of Texas here. I mean nobody's going to invade US anyways because here's armed. We don't even have to go into that. We we know that nobody's going into Texas and taking out over. That's not right but. Going by the going by the basis that you know most Texans have the licensed to carry. So they're carrying well anybody who believes this now somebody makes a simple movement or look shady or you know even the slightest thing that makes somebody question it they're gonNA start blasting without even having a second thought about it because they believe this kind of shit that literally is telling them that yes they're a complete danger and if you don't stand up for yourself, then they're gonNa you know rape, you kill you in all this stuff and Now you're. Now you've got all these murders happening on the street that are of innocent bystanders or somebody who was reaching for their cell phone that now they're getting killed and we're not even talking by cops or anything like that. We're talking by your average Joe that has a licensed to carry go for his protection, and now they feel threatened by you, and now you go back to. The Wild West laws and you go back to mercenary killings of I did it because what you want from good dig around me. That's what I thought. Iran attack because was I was afraid for my life, and that's you know that's something that we need to reinforce that. We all can we all embrace every single portion of the constitution including all the amendments in the bill of rights and? The, this guy has the right to state his opinion. But when masquerading something has actual news, you know this is this is just stupid. Yeah I mean this is this is this is point kerosene on a on a match you know in in hoping that you don't burn your thoughts. Okay while you're holding. The. Sort of movement should start movement called the media. I agree I agree I think I, think we should. We should look into turning night into it. But I. Don't think that's going to happen because I don't think any of us has the bankroll the fight to fight George Soros or or What's The guy? What's the other guy's name Oh We'll yet have that bank, but hey, you know try. that. We`re Working At sure. The. Funny Part is in and you know I criticized when when when necessary, now praised when appropriate I gotta say he does recommend to really good brands of Ammo here and I'm just going to call that out Hornets and Birger so yet excellent. Excellent. ammo choice as far as I'm concerned I'm sure opinions vary but Guys any other thoughts on that strict myself? Sure to further along with a greater taxes as. Everybody knows yeah. You're not going to go in there. You'RE NOT GONNA date. Okay. So we're GONNA pray on a fear a weakness A. Part of that conversation? Yeah Great Texas nobody's GonNa they everybody's armed to the teeth. Great. Love. The place would by living there. Unfortunately, when people now want to believe anything that they see on media because it's right there thumbs not having to turn to a five thirty. Local news at six o'clock nationals. So force that we're going to start a phone all day at literally have ruled into you, and then.
"your media" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots
"All right. We're back. Thanks for they. Put us through the break We're talking about a a a rather horsh it article that we have jacked up as being hard hard religious propaganda. One of the other assertions that it makes makes is that this is all a plan might height California by the California governor. Gavin newsom to engage in a succession. To have the Chinese military. Invade. California takeover and place nukes on. American soil. Oh. Really. Yeah though that's possible as though somehow the United States would let the world's seventh-largest economy go and somehow the marines that her station from the northern part of the state to the southern part of the state, which is somehow rollover died walkaway You know I. It's. It's funny to mention that you know this article evokes you know the imagery of. A thousand protesters AK. For other automatic AK forty, seven or. A weapons wanting drink in the streets of gunning at everything they could possibly see. But from my standpoint I'll take I'll take me in five country boys with with single shot rifles against the Against Twenty five to fifty of those guys of. Burden, you got anything to Chime in about this as far as that goes. There's There's no. There's no country of that could evade the United States attractively the reason is because. Attacking a group of guys Detroit is going to be a lot different tack what you have before good old boys from the ozarks in Arkansas. Tactics are a lot different, your virus a lot different. THAN YOU'RE GONNA have to go against you know thugs from well Tampa Florida. Boys from up. You know the the the big sky country about data. You know it's it's really kind of eat how of. Different styles of advertisement people in this country yet..
"your media" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots
"Strike but you know I I can't possibly be be a Democrat a Phoenix, your thoughts are. Oh boy. Here we go. Art Rate. Were to not destroy. Let's start there I said. Ted Offensive was January thirty, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight. So, let's let's use that part as the beginning here. Obviously, trying to reference something that far back in history were trying T- pint to a boomer generation early Jax. And you remember what happened and let's bring on your fear. Sorry asshole but. We're smarter than that these days. Some of claim to go Yang. Whatever comprehensive? Secondly. A large cache of imported machine gun parts. Okay. Seems plausible. Seen before you go through They've touted his a weeded this. Great. Ninety percent of the world that even own this something that can be converted into a full automatic weapon. Just a couple parts. It. Takes. A lot more of expensive parts of people really don't WanNa out and buy because a you needed NFL. You go through a complete background check through FBI Interpol et Cetera or to get your F- NFL to your brain DNA sampling you know stool sample bla-bla-bla. Yeah. Go ahead. Etc. right so. Again if somebody were to forsake of arguments, go by the dreaded black rifle. And you try and convert that into a fully automatic. It's not just no bolt carrier simply it's figures simply it's you gotta shrank gotTa. Have the fault carrier the pirate pants everything else upgraded you can't get all that ziplock bag as per picture showed. Right exactly doesn't fucking happen. Exactly. It's Break. Upon people's greatest fear. During the Cold War of which you know most of us. Survived because every day was threat to wake up to orange hair. Say, most of us, most of us were at the tail end of that here. But Cold War it was always the same thing from a media standpoint. It's it's going to happen. It's going to happen. We gotta be living on the edge of fear. So that they have something to write about because God knows nobody wants to know about. Suzy homemaker and her pretty pink flowers she grew also. That doesn't draw viewership. It doesn't draw people and it has nothing to do with the current state of affairs in well yeah. We could get bombed into oblivion. Really, want to care about you know the Nice Apple Pie sitting over here on a windowsill. What do you mean? We're going to get bumped into oblivion. And all of a sudden, it's well here we drew you and so here let's talk about this for the next nine hundred. To to emphasize your point yeah. suzy homemaker in your standard family with the white picket fence doesn't sell near as well as that same white picket fence and pink cows being being a blown apart. By shock waves thousands. You. It goes on into some other ridiculous ridiculous stuff that we'll get into here at the start of the next segment. So we'll be right back as. Patriots is false sparking with a shameless plug for our New Year store. That's right. Midnight Patriots now offers t shirts coffee. Mike just about every other perching where on your body the check it out go to shop midnight GATRIWAYS DOT COM is way to both embrace your insomnia display, your patriotism, and your governor to go. So again, that's shop dot Patriots Dot Com fifteen percent off right now for a limited time.
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"Or girls more sensitive sensitive to this than boys. You know it's hard to know there just hasn't been a lot of research on the momentous boys there. There has been more on girls. There was a big essay in Wall Street Journal actually in ago by the author owns reviving feely a- which was a book about allison girls and I think it was twenty, twenty, five, zero old book that they were updating for the current age and in their research a year ago they found that girls were experiencing record high levels of loneliness, anxiety and depression and. This was you know, well, before the pandemic and so looking at the results now it looks like this is a really worsened for a girl to been in some degree of lockdown schools shutdown speaking with Julie Jargon she writes the family in Tech Column for The Wall Street Journal. Her piece is called lonely girls how the pandemic has deepened the isolation of adolescents..
"your media" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"After we were aware of what happened we'll be back to supplement congresswoman. I don't I don't know that off now. This was the largest data scandal candle with respect to your company that had catastrophic impacts on the twenty sixteen election. You don't you don't now catastrophic impacts get us cut she law which is the the only reason she even had a shot was because of platforms like facebook xactly yes candidacy along with all if Hillary had won. If Hillary you had one there's no hearings how if he if she had won they would love him he would be rapid abell candidate The the Russians allegedly bought a hundred thousand dollars a facebook ads and that was the catastrophic. Meddling what it wasn't. It wasn't the fact that she smashed in wiped out and smashing phones or Easter hopes. Thousand Emails Pasta with Semaine. She was so fake. She's falling down stairs or health as I mean what a joke anyway. You announced recently that the official policy of facebook book now allows politicians to pay to spread disinformation in twenty twenty elections and in the future. So I just WanNa know how far I can push this yes. I'm in the next year onto your policy. Because they're not going back to should I pay to target predominantly black zip codes and advertise them the incorrect election date all because because the black photon smart. Enough to know the date that they're gonNA do. So you black folks say Akasha has just said that that if we told you the wrong date for the election you're too stupid to figure it out and he would show up the right now. We've joked about that with liberals in general but if I said that about the black community and and made a joke about you know but she's not even joking. She seriously says she thinks that every politician in a district like that put out false information on facebook that the election date was changed that the black community is too stupid to see right through that. That's what she said well while they and they've also said that they're too stupid. Go get a license to show proof right. Yeah they couldn't. Yeah yeah if I was a black person I would be so insulted by absolutely funny. She mean to tell. Tell me that I'm going to get a facebook ad and I'm not going to be smart enough to maybe check the date. First of all all of these folks that are involved politically are involved politically right there. Helping candidates are talking about it out on the streets ain't no the date that they're going to get that we're gonNA vote. Shame on shame on her show. Of course he's got to throw the race card out there and of course the mainstream media just right problem let her go. Yup I mean when I say that I would love to see what what would the the backlash would be eh if we said hey just for the heck of it just throw some facebook ads out there with the wrong date the black community. You'll never figure out what I mean. How assaulting is at this? This is why by the way that the black folks are leaving the Democrat Party in droves because this guy condescending insult they're starting to look Edmund. Now I'm not stupid. I know what it is. I know I know how to get into. Who Was it? Like Jesse waters at went down new New York City streets black folks like e. Yeah of course. Well you won't be able to pull it out and show somebody vote. Yeah you're the idea of by the way. Let's finish on a hypocrite of the weak note. Harrison Ford did you see this Hollywood's most famous climate. Crusader yeah He plays by the way flyers fan of that. He owns multiple extravagant homes and He owns twelve private. The planes got nine motorcycles and six gas guzzling powered automobiles strip cl- airs and this is him getting the office. Nice One of his jets. So that's cool. I like Harrison Ford. Because he's done some good things with his plane like he He went up in the air. He was He helped a search and rescue mission in for a young child that was lost actually found him and he's done some good things. I mean. He's a good guys a good actor but these social justice warriors these what they call them. virtue who signallers. You know. Who Does He? Which plane is he gonNA give up? And that's the question to ask these liberals like Akasha Cortes spend five hundred dollars on a haircut you drive. SUV's and the number one candidate for private air travel. What are you going to give up? How are you going to lead by example? What are you going to really to make changes in your life? Not You're not Chelsea in my life. Let's talk about your first. How about one of the nine motorcycles are one of the six automobiles six hobbled ob Obama? He's a Hawaii. Came back and lectured all of us on income inequality like honestly seriously it was. It was his seventh seven trip Thoughts and prayer thoughts and prayers. Go out to California. I'm not exactly sure that's left there but it does seem like the entire state is on fire now. This is what happens with with this is the best thing with with the when it comes to liberals and not the best thing. This is the ironic part. The best part of irony is right here right so it is it is it is the result of liberalism. Awesome just Bernie Sanders. You sent me this this morning at this year's Bernie Sanders Somebody took a picture of him standing in front of Empty Shelf. South burner genius that that's not capitalism. Take a little trip to To any grocery store in taxes. And you'll see that. There's all kinds of food there right but Bernie if we employed your policies Venezuela. Did you'll notice that the the grocery shelves are now empty which was which was stage. The California talk about liberal policies for second and on this this is how this works folks put liberal policies in place at create the problem. Step one in California was these left wing liberals girls that wanted to know more clear cutting no more cleaning up the debris not war prescribed fires like they do in Florida all the time to help clear the underbrush we gotta let me be nature right so number one liberal policies create a problem now the result of that. Let me do that though. Power pop the natural. Oh brush on the floor and then of course on the power lines right well. The power lines are because The utility companies had the hundreds of millions of dollars in the Green Energy Schemes Games at the state has required them to do thus diverting money so again creating the crisis right so putting down all in place to create the crisis now step number or to one disastrous. Things happened from those policies. Blame something else in this case. Eventually climate change right. It can't policies fault be something different with the environment. Right Stealth number three. The forest floor went all on. Its own zone step. Three then is to come out with your big big government big tax span. Big Heavy regulation. You know heavy handed government policy. That's going to fix the problem that you created and now oh and here's what we're adding California. We're on step three now the state's on fire and these clouzot in the In the in the state capital are talking about doing more green energy more windmills. By the way is talking about rolling blackouts for the next decade. There's ongoing chronic problem for decades aides. Think about think about by the way. Think about the only thing that that That's still moves in California. Which is the tech industry You know ask facebook how they're going to do without the power. Ask Apple how they're going to do. They'll have their own diesel generators or their facilities. I was reading the poor winery folks who are like listen if we lose. This is our whole season right. Those all diesel engines. That smoke taste the wine. Poor these folks in the valley are wind has got to be at a certain chilling. Temperatures are whole. We've got wind that we've been now you know whole Oh years worth of stuff about so they had to. How would they bought a diesel generator? They had to took two things called. And Hollywood. Can't be.