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Pelosi: 'Yes,' IRS 'Tracking' of Bank Accounts Over $600 Still on Table as Opposition Grows
"The idea would require banks credit unions and other providers of financial services to track and submit information to the IRS about the total inflows and outflows of every account that features a balance over $600 at any point during the year or with at least that much an annual transactions. Speaker Pelosi was asked about it this week. Yuri, let's play. Can we play the Nancy Pelosi clip? She was asked about this by a reporter and she seems very intent on making sure this is part of the Democrats reconciliation package. Listen to this day, listen to this David. In the build back better build that's been proposed is IRS cracking down on the banks are starting to get calls from customers and they're reporting these calls. They're concerned about its tracking of transactions that is greater than $600. So Americans are starting to be worried about this. Do you think that this paper of getting the IRS more money to check on an unpleasant taxes is going to stay in the reconciliation? Yes, what do you think? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Well, I mean, with all due respect, the plural of anecdote is not data. I've said that before here. Yes, there are concerns that some people have. But if people are breaking the law and not paying their taxes, one way to track them is through the banking measure. I think 600. That's a negotiation that will go on as to what the amount is. But yes. That is very clear. This is going to happen as far as if they get their way. But David Williams, there's been a tremendous amount of pushback from customers from Americans from the lobbyist with the banks, maybe maybe this is something that doesn't soar through the way the Democrats hope it
NFL Cancels National Anthem Performance After Singer Refuses to Vaccinate
"A big football game the big big day tomorrow night. tampa bay is going to host. The dallas cowboys. There's a story associated with the game that has barely been mentioned but there was an article in the epoch times. The told the story of victory boyd. Victory boyd is a twenty seven year old singer songwriter. She's a grammy award. She was a member of the team that produced kanye west's grammy award winning. Jesus is king twenty twenty top contemporary christian album and she was slated to sing the star spangled banner before the tampa bay dallas cowboys game. She asked for religious exemption to not have to take the vaccine well. Nfl said you're fired if you're not vaccinated as you stand in the middle of a football field in a stadium full of sixty five thousand largely unvaccinated people than you can't sing the national anthem before the tampa bay buccaneers dallas cowboys game. Covert insanity is at a fevered pitch. Let that sink in in a stadium. Full an open air stadium of sixty five thousand people many if not most of whom will be unvaccinated twenty-seven-year-old tamp victory. Boyd will not be allowed to sing now. I haven't seen a picture of her yet. But i'm gonna make an assumption. I could be wrong. But i'm gonna make assumption that this is a young black woman and in fact. Yuri are great. Video manager has already found a picture of her. And if you're watching the show on our livestream. Mike online dot com there. She is beautiful young african american woman. You're going to be hard pressed to find much coverage of this controversy and one would think you would be a pretty big story. Don't you think this big story. The woman who was going to sing the star spangled banner before the tampa bay. Dallas game is fired because she won't be vaccinated after seeking a religious exemption from the nfl. Why it's not a big story. You know why you're going to only find it in places like the epoch times evidently because she's a young black woman
Yuri Bezmenov Predicts Big Media Catering to Government, Only to Save Themselves
"For me, Jim. Yuri Bez Mina fee. I want you to listen very closely to this folks is a former KGB agent explaining what exactly happens to the woke crowd defending these idiots in the White House and empower right now. When their time comes, check this out. And yet these people have been programmed and as you say in place, and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept, these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this most of them. Yes, simply because The psychological shock when when they will see in future what the what the beautiful Society of equality and social justice means in practice. Obviously they will revolt. They will. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people. And the Marxist Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. They obviously they will join the links of the centre's dissidents. Unlike in present United States, they will do not place for dissent in future Marxist Leninist America. Here you can. You can get, uh, popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy rich like Jane Fonda for being dissident for criticizing your Pentagon. In future, these people will be simply Squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them. Nothing for that beautiful noble ideas of equality. The irony now is what Desmond Off, said about these useful idiots who kissed the butts of people and power, hoping they'll be the last one is taken out in the end, As he says, You know, you get these chain fund this is because this has taken in the eighties, you know, and they become celebrities for for taking on the Pentagon. Now the left has shifted so completely from Jane Fonda there now fond of Jane. There now the other way around there now completely that they've done a total 1 80 so much So it's almost a 1 83 65 20. Check the math
"yuri" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
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"yuri" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
"She was speaking to my soul as an adult casper returns to. You've got mail whenever he's in a bad emotion place but casper doesn't treat the film like other movies. He loves for him. You've got mail is special watching. It includes all the hallmarks of a sacred ritual. This is a movie that i always watch on my own. One of the things. I really like to do is to watch it on. Dvd like the physical item of it is still kind of important to me. Just the physicality of putting in that dvd into the dvd player the music menu and the options. Like this so much that just takes me right back to that feeling of being a young teenager who's kind of lost in the world and then you know i will save the lines with the movie as it. Rum's you know. I'm going to the notch shop where it's font on these little. These little quotes that. I literally say out loud as the movie plays and so. It's kind of like a conversation that i feel like i'm in with the movie. Casper's you've got malpractice also includes another important element in so many rituals food in his case a full pint of haagen-dazs. With other tubs of ice cream. Promise myself that. I won't eat the whole thing even though eventually do with this one. I just fully accept that we're going all the way in with the whole tub and like dump pretend otherwise so it's just a spoon a tub of pralines and cream now too many of us downing tub of ice cream over a chick flick might seem like a relatively mundane event. The kind of thing many people do when they're feeling blue but as casper spoke more about you've got mail. It was clear his experience of watching the movie in the benefits he received from the practice or something much more profound. It's just one of those movies that eitan to to speak to the the feeling of emptiness and and it takes me into a place of joy and i. I feel like that's one of the beautiful things about rituals is that they can help us change the state of being that wherein right from one state into another and so i'm very fierce about like not letting anyone watch it with me because like this is a sacred space for just me in this movie. Why people think of a ritual. That's particularly sacred. They don't necessarily think of like cheesy nineties movie. But you've argued that this is exactly the kind of thing we can turn into a ritual. Yeah that's right like so if the moment think about a ritual we think of something that's really complicated or maybe even kind of exotic sized right monks some distant mountain or very complex religious ritual and. I'm really passionate about finding ritual in the day-to-day habits and routines. That we have the places that we already have. A glint of meaning can become the kind of fountain from which ritual develops and so this movie had such particular meaningful me and i started to realize like If i think about the way in which we add a layer of meaning onto a habitual practice. There's an opportunity for me to really think about this. In a ritual way to take more seriously the role that it plays in my life casper thinks that you should develop a similarly sacred ritual. But he's not to insist that it involved. Tom hanks or meg ryan at the sacred design lab. The startup casper co-founded casper and his colleagues have researched centuries of human culture to figure out how to create a meaningful ritual for today. So the way. I think about how to do that. Israeli this triptych off having an intention before you start paying attention while you're practicing and then repeating over time so intention attention repetition. Let's break that down first intention intention means that you have to mark out the practice. You're about to embark on as being special or holding a particular meaning thinks cyclist laura. Kenny preparing her socks. When she places down that damp towel she intentionally recalls victory at the junior championship years before the next part of the practice is attention. Attention means focusing your mind on the ritual and being present and mindful during it for laura. Kenny that must mean attending to the water soaking through her socks. I mean it's hard to think about anything else when you have wet socks right. The final part of the ritual triptych is repetition. Says you've got to perform the practice over and over and over again so that your brain recognizes that something significant is taking place. I mean one of the beautiful things about ritual is that it really is like time travel because when you practice something really intentionally as it has been done before. It feels like you're falling through time into each of those previous experiences. So what kind of ritual should you pick when you're feeling the need to reduce your anxiety and perform better. Do you just pluck something out of thin. Air casper thinks the most powerful rituals have meaning often because they're deeply rooted in personal or family history so many rituals become meaningful because then not created out of nothing but they come out of something that we recognized. Maybe it's a story that we were told as a kid you know. Maybe it's something that we saw happen to a apparent all. We know that it's a tradition family. That's where so much of the meaning comes from. Sometimes people who wanna create cool ritual stop from a blank canvas noise feels a little empty honestly like a little thin because then not engaging with tradition in some way for casper. There's a truly spiritual element to these mundane or even odd rituals. He argues. we shouldn't be ashamed of our personal customs just because they are endorsed by a particular church or faith when we can see the sacred in every day. that's really what meaning making his all about. It shouldn't be reserved just for professionals at retreat centers. Or you know two or three days a year when we feel like we're making a real effort like the the sacred is within between us all the time and of course in on the face of these rituals look a little silly but when we really engaged with them with a sense of reverence it's amazing how powerful they can be whether that placebo so not these at tools for psychology that can be incredibly powerful in helping us get kind of mental state that we want to be in. This is usually the point in the show. Or i give you some specific ideas about how to adopt happiness dip into your daily life picking a ritual to reduce your anxiety and perform better whether that's in school in the office on the sports field or the karaoke stage. That's something you have to do for yourself. The science shows that a ritual can help a lot but the particular ritual new pick for you requires right personal combination of meaning history and significance. The good news is that you don't need to get too hung up on the specifics. A wet sock a special breakfast favorite movie any act this meaningful to you can turn into a ritual that makes you feel and perform better. I began episode talking about how modern cosmonauts ritualistically copy. Eureka gardens urination practice but when i was working on this episode i learned that the russian space program recently announced that they'd soon be unveiling a new lighter spacesuit one with a ton of new scientific bells and whistles which might sound like a good idea except no one thought to tell the designers about this all important preflight leak practice tragically the new and improved russian spacesuit. It has no zipper which means the days of eureka guards bus stop ritual might be number which is a real shame losing out on this time. Honoured ritual won't just erode and important present day linked to the pioneering bravery of jury and other early spaceman. I also worry. It could compromise future cosmonauts performance because no matter how dumb and slightly yucky this and other rituals may sound. The science shows that they may be contributing more than we think to all of our missions successes happiness lab is co written and produced by ryan deli are ritual music was composed by zachary silver with additional scoring mixing and mastering by.
"yuri" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
"Tiny pieces. Arranged the pieces so that they were perfectly symmetrical and press their utensils on top of the food pieces three times. What happened on average participants in the ritual condition around two hundred calories less than the people in the know ritual condition. They will in fact better able to keep their weight under control simply because they add this routine of engaging in a ritual on a day to day basis so once again ritual is shown to have a powerful effect but mike and francesca are quick to point now that there are better in worse ways to pick a ritual. It seems like the key thing that makes rituals work is that you have imbued it with some sense of symbolic value or meaning. This is one of the reasons that religious rituals are so common. Lots of people have faith backgrounds that give meaning to ritualistic acts like saying a prayer before a challenging scary event but scientists like david distefano found that our personal rituals also worked better when we're really convinced they're going to work belief really matters especially when we're talking about situations where there is uncertainty. Uncertainty in life is one of the major causes of stress that we have dave has founded. There are a few ways that people come to really believe in the weird rituals they use one comes from rituals rich history like cosmonauts following in the footsteps of eureka garen. We tend to believe rituals more when they worked in the past especially when they worked for us. Personally in the past take psych. Laura kenny's wet sock ritual her own experience of wet socks before a major victory convinced her wedding. Her socks was the way to go for every subsequent race. Those accidental connections can have a big effect on our beliefs. You know it worked. Let's keep doing it. But dave has also found that an authority figure telling you what to do can boost to rituals believability. Mike and francesca's weight loss subjects probably bought the food shopping practice in part because they had an official looking scientist implying that this pre eating ritual might help. You have to believe that this works in person who's giving it to you and it works better if you feel comfortable and connected to the person who's giving it to you and once a belief about a ritual in its effectiveness in place. Our bodies have a clear mechanism to start behaving differently. One the ways by which rituals can work is the placebo fact. Dave argues that ritualistically peeing on a bus tire or wearing a wet sock was pretty much like getting inert dummy pill and thinking. it's real medicine. If we believe peeing on a bus will make a launch go smoothly. Our bodies automatically react differently. They show less of a stress response which can help us perform. Better and much like so-called open label placebos in which a fake drug can still reduce our symptoms. Even when we know it's fake our bodies. Still react to weird rituals. It works just the same even though you know. It's a placebo which to me is just amazing. But dave also finds that you can't scrimp on performing the ritual itself. The person can't say to you. You're healed there has to be some action without that. There's i think through the brain to latch onto dave's work has shown even use skeptics out. There can benefit from rituals as long as your brains have something to latch onto which begs the question. Which new rituals are you going to dream up. And which ones are most likely to work best. After the break we'll meet someone who creates effective rituals for a living and whose own personal ritual for reducing anxiety is a bit strange in fact. It involves tom hanks. That was this one scene. Where meg ryan's character is writing to this kind of heartbreak moment and it felt like she was speaking to my soul. Happiness lab. We'll be right back catching that first. Wave spending net first night camping under the starry sky. There's no better feeling. Which is why i'm excited for the first ever hyundai. Santa cruz built to help you on your journey to all your firsts as hyundai's verse sport adventure vehicle. Santa cruz combines the comfort of suv with the versatility of an open bed. It has useful features like an easy to use tailgate. Lockable bed cover and a built in cargo bed beverage cooler any adventure you can imagine. Santa cruz delivers built to help you on the journey to all of your i. It's also packed with available tech like bose premium audio and hyundai digital key. Which lets you unlock your door with gesture. phone pair. all of that with available h. Track all wheel drive. 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The sacred design lab casper has his own ritual practice but the ceremony doesn't involve any special. Candles are incantations when most people think about a sacred ritual. They don't necessarily think about watching some bad rom. Com kombucha bad rom com. Laurie kidding sorry. Is it not a rom com snow. But it's good. I'm sorry to interrupt. Casper's ritual is to watch the nineteen ninety. Eight meg ryan and tom hanks film you've got mail i was. I think thirteen may be fourteen. I grew up in england. And i was a little gay boy in a boys' boarding house with fifty testosterone. Fueled teenagers and feeling very much outside of my comfort zone. And i remember this movie coming on may be late on a saturday evening or something and there was this one scene. Where meg ryan's character is like writing off to this kind of heartbreak. Moment an email out to this man who stood her up who she thought she was in love with she says like very earnestly like good night dear void. Even these letters. Don't reach anyone. I still wanna say them and it felt like.
"yuri" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
"My gosh what do i do. Dave has found that many religions seemed to deal with this uncertainty through the use of ritual in islam bothers recite the ottoman or muslim. Call to prayer into a baby's ear. Just after it's born finley's also place a small piece of softened date into their infant's mouth symbolizing. The fact that the child's life will be filled with sweetness from that moment. On in shinto the national religion of japan the family of an expectant mother ties a sash around her belly to symbolize all the support and protection that will be available for her. New baby and in catholicism. The religion i was born in two babies received their first sacrament of baptism soon after birth which symbolizes a sort of vaccination against sin each of these religious practices comes with an accompanying set of beliefs. About why such rituals are supposed to work in a spiritual sense. But what's perhaps most surprising is that we engage in very similar practices outside of a context. Think putting on your lucky shirt or crossing your fingers or telling your theater buddy to break a leg on opening night. we call them superstition. We call them good luck charms. But they're all accomplishing the same purpose. That is they're giving us a sense of control when we get back from the break. We'll learn about the mind glitch that makes rituals like these so powerful. We'll see that these seemingly weird superstitions can ever surprising confidence boosting benefit. Just when you need it most the happiness lab. We'll be right back..
"yuri" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
"Really honestly say that you did not have any butterflies in the tummy started butterflies in the tummy. The most british question ever. I stumbled across this bbc interview on youtube and became obsessed. It's nineteen sixty one and famed journalist. Richard dimbleby is asking soviet. Cosmonaut yuri garen the first man ever to travel to space if he was nervous in the moments before blastoff is i can show you. There were no butterflies. Moths or anything else. You're he was strapped into a tiny capsule on top of a rocket filled with an explosive mix of kerosene and liquid oxygen. He was sitting there all alone waiting to venture where no other human had ever ventured before the bermudian them katara bluejean the brief period of time. I did spend in space ship before the actual takeoff. I think is ben tune quite normal condition and i think the scientists will confirm this by producing the records of my pulse. Count and so on to to. Because and i don't think any grounds for me to be seriously anxious either at that period anytime throughout the defied so full disclosure one of the reasons. I love listening to this. Interview is because i've always found erie to be well kinda swoon. Worthy he has an absolutely amazing smile. And this sort of young luke skywalker. Jet is sort of chill. But the thing i find most attractive about yuri is the fact that he was pretty much the bravest dude ever. I mean he's sitting there waiting to blast off into space and he says he wasn't even scared which is pretty incredible because back in nineteen sixty. One hopping onto a spaceship was basically like playing. Russian roulette the soviets succeeded in getting the first satellite into orbit only a few years before the vostok one launch before yuri only a few other living things had been sent outside of the earth's atmosphere and the results were shaky lake on the first dog in space. Scientists sent her up there knowing she wouldn't return alive. Faulty heat shield finished her off after her came space pups listener. Scott and bars. They were both killed by explosions. Soon after blastoff then it was shoka in michika. They were headed home safely when it looked like they might land outside of russia by mistake so mission control bloom up smell. Amyloid did a sub orbital mission in nearly made it back safely except their parachute. Didn't deploy your must have known that. Statistically speaking he had a decent chance of not making it back to earth but despite these odds he was totally calm when he waited for blastoff which is pretty bad ass. These days. the space program is much safer than it was back in nineteen sixty one but travelling off the only planet. You've ever known must still be terrifying. How astronauts able to control their anxiety enough to do something so incredibly scary in brave. Most of us won't be shooting into deep space anytime soon. But the challenge of regulating our anxiety during tough moments isn't just a problem for astronauts. We blast into uncharted territories. Every time we begin a new job or big project when we decide to start a family or have our first child or even when we sign on for something that's fulfilling but a little out of our comfort zone. All of these changes required taking one scary step in order to make that giant leap into something better but boldly going where we've never gone before requires controlling all our anxieties in doubts and being brave like that can be hard. The good news is that behavioral science is figuring out an unexpected trick can use to overcome the fear and uncertainty that. Come with big changes in life. Events is a practice so powerful that nasa and other speech programs around the world have employed it for decades. It's also a strategy. The earthbound folks like us can use to feel a little bit more in control when the going. It's tough but be forewarned. The strategy we're about to share might look a little bit more like hokey superstitions. Then.
"yuri" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin Accused of 'Running PR for the Taliban'
"How much of a frenzy is the mainstream media in over this disaster in afghanistan which means a disaster for the by administration now. The washington post has a columnist named jennifer rubin. And i'm not kidding you. She is a singularly spectacularly unpleasant individual if you want some late night enjoyment if you're ever bored and you're you're surfing the internet. Look up the tucker carlson jennifer rubin exchange tucker wright a couple of years ago oh it was brutal it was brutal. She is described as a con of. I guess a former conservative writer but as yuri from our team points out her wikipedia page describes her as a self proclaimed lifelong cuomo democrat. I hate to break it to you if you're a lifelong cuomo democrat. You're no conservative. She's never been a conservative. She's not a but listen to what she's doing now on the pages of the washington post. According to fox news dot com washington post columnist jennifer. Rubin is facing intense backlash over a tweet that appears to promote the taliban. Now she is one of biden's biggest media cheerleaders this conservative however a tweet. She sent out tuesday suggests. She's gone beyond echoing talking points from the white house. She tweeted taliban is asking not telling. We are quote. We are asking the americans. Please change your policy and don't encourage afghans to leave. This lunatic is literally praising the taliban this nut. I mean critics of course immediately pounds. The washington examiner is chief. Congressional correspondent wrote. Are you serious. Gop strategist mike. Whitlam matlock shot back asking at gunpoint. It's one thing to show for the biden ministration. It's another to show for the taliban as they hurt their own people. The podcast comfortably smug accused jen. Ruben of running calm for the taliban while former trump white house aide bed williamson similarly knocked the columnist for running. Pr for the terror group. But this is how nuts the the media doesn't know whether to scratch their watch or wind there but right now when it comes to joe biden and this administration. It's a nightmare
Yuri Bezmenov Reminds Us 30 Years of Indoctrination Have Produced Idiots
"Out or half baked intellectuals are now occupying the positions of power in the government. Civil service business must media educational system, you are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated. They're programmed to think and react to certain stimuli. In a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind. Even if you if you Expose them to authentic information. Even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic Perception and the logical behavior. 30 years of indoctrination in our school system. Academia elitist Hollywood types are culture have produced a generation of leaders who are idiots. They're programmed idiots like Desmond off just said if you want to watch that whole thing I played cuts of it on my podcast. Often I watched the whole video. It really is an eye opener. And you understand how we got to this point where the class of morons we have in charge right now are in charge. This is the show maybe a little tough for you to take today and that's all
"No, It's Not Afghanistan. It's Kabul, NYC."
"Tip my hat to the new york. Post a graphic bloody cover but it's it's important They show images of an attack that took place. Oh a couple blocks from where. I'm sitting right now at an atm. That i've been to. I've gone to that. Atm this man is standing at an atm at five. Thirty in the afternoon and this hulking menacing thug walk shen behind him and starts attacking this poor guy with a hatchet. A hatchet attack at an atm and the video captures at all. The guy is bloodied trying to fight back. This monster walks in and the cover. The new york post noted says no. It's not afghanistan. It's kabul comma nyc mad at atm attack with hatchet in manhattan one block from where i'm sitting right now. That could have been me. That could have been eric. That could have been yuri. That could have been any of us and listen at my age. I get attacked with a hatchet. I'm not sure i'm getting back up again. This poor guy trying to fight back and try to survive now. You know what's going to happen. There's going to be you know they'll catch the guy and he'll be a mentally ill homeless guy because the mentally ill homeless are everywhere in new york city right now but don't worry progressives if they lock him up you won't have to. He won't have to post bail because the prosecutors. The george soros has put into office all over the country. Don't believe in bail for violent criminals like this guy.
Hatchet-Wielding Man Attacks Customer in Manhattan Bank
"I can't get the haunting images of a hatchet attack that somebody some poor guy one block from this radio studio a lobby with an atm. That i go to my video director. Yuri banks there and has been at that same. Atm machine many times. A guy with a hatchet walks in and attacks a poor man standing a young guy looks like he just standing there. Mind his own business and some monster walks in with a hatchet looks around and just goes up attacks. This guy starts hitting a horrible video. I'm sorry to play it. But i must remind you that it's bail reform policies that have led to violent people almost like the night of the living dead. It's like a zombie movie. There are homeless mentally. Ill people all over the streets of manhattan los angeles chicago. This these are the policies. The democrats have delivered to us. And i'm not one to sit around and casually say the democrats are trying to destroy america. But it's hard to come any other
So What Is Critical Race Theory?
"What is critical race there? Since we spent a lot of time on this issue, and it's not the only one and we will continue to, but we need to spend a lot of time and all of them. What is it? Well, it's born of critical theory. A Marxist movement. Yuri Harris at Quality explains that critical theory draws heavily on Karl Marx's notion of ideology. Because the bourgeoisie control the means of production marks suggested they controlled the culture. So the laws believe some morality of society reflected the interests of the bourgeoisie. And importantly, people were unaware that this was the case. In other words, capitalism created a situation where the interests of a particular group of people those it controlled society were made to appear to be universal truths and values when in fact, they were not. So the founders of critical theory developed this notion by identifying the distorting effects power had on society's beliefs and values. They believe they could achieve a more accurate picture of the world and what people saw things as they really were, they would liberate themselves theory. Theory, they suggested, always serves the interests of certain people. Traditional theory. Because it's uncritical towards power automatically serves the powerful While critical theory. Because it unmasked these interests serves the powerless. Although theory is political, they said, and by choosing critical theory of a traditional theory, one chooses to challenge the status quo. In other words. The majority of the people in charge, the white dominant society. Spoon feeding this stuff. And we need to break from this. In
"yuri" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast
"In their brand and drive sales through social media by helping automate creator marketing and turn customers into brand advocates. That's great and we're going to dow deep into that in a few minutes. But i always like to step back and find out what it took to become an entrepreneur and ask things like what were you like growing up where you're handful for your parents. Were you studious. In music sports socializing. Who was young yuri. While i i was the youngest in the family i was quite a studious kid. Very curious Always loved to create things my whole life whether it's little house models or a mom reminds me how about used to put together chairs building blocks to make these giant castles constantly trying to put things together. That usually wouldn't be put together to make something new. From a very young age. I was quite in highschool studios would often come home after a home after school and do additional work. I i was very involved in kind of studies after school in an extracurricular activities that was computer based or trying to learn on the side. Eventually once i was a little bit of an older teenager like seventeen eighteen. I was going out a little bit more but during my early teens i barely went out and mostly kind of a curious kid. Did you grow up in hamilton. I we were talking before hand remembering your hamilton. I didn't grow up in hamilton. So when i was a kid I was born in kazakhstan. Actually i was there until like eight years old. Then i moved into israel. When i was nine nice and then when i was ten i moved to canada and i actually went back and forth between canada and israel a few times between the ages of twenty four and nine. But i'm like a hamilton. Roy is pretty much lived. I went to welland for a few months when i moved..
Caller Agrees That Conservatives Need to Battle for 2020 and 2022 Election
"And I just know Oh, my God, that something went wrong in the 2020 election. And what I am curious about is why is nobody talking about Mike Lindell and his, um, lawsuits with Dominion, not to mention his two documentaries, absolute proof and absolutely absolutely interference. And then his additional, absolutely 9 to 0 where he presents evidence. Of what could have possibly happened, Uh, during the 2020 election, I say it that way. Just because I have my mind my mind made up, but we definitely need to get to the bottom of that. But at the same time we do need to focus on 2022. And I believe that that's going to start locally in the school board. If you look at what the left has done with our Children, they're indoctrinating them. You know, critical race theory. You've mentioned it multiple times. And the thing is, is, uh Like that's that's how they Able to continually supply you know, Antifa and black lives matter with, you know, bodies that, you know, willingly agree with those ideologies simply because they have Not been taught anything else. And that's where I think that we need to really start as local school boards. Definitely because we take away that indoctrination. Then we kind of take away their You know, there are people that they're able to get out there to spread their ideology in a violent manner. Um But, Jackson, do you ever listen to my podcast? You ever listen to my podcast? And how did you do you remember that show I did a while ago. Speaking of the education system, and I agree with you, By the way, we have to focus on both 2022. It's been a whole purpose in 2022 has been the purpose of the show. So I'm with you there. But I played some audio clips awhile ago of that Soviet defector. Back in 1982 Yuri beds been off Who said, Listen, the Communists have a plan to destroy America and the way they plan on doing it as a multi decade approach to infiltrate your education system and basically get you Americans to teach your you know each other how to hate each other. And
Two Lies Liberals Use to Self-Destruct the Nation
"While back on your podcast, Uh, KGB spy that, um, use the process to discourage and demonize the nation and and basically See that process underway now and it's not like they told the left is is said Hey, go destroy the nation. Do this or do that, or even the enemies of the United States is go, Go, go! Carry down in your cities Go make your place is terrible little event. They just said to lies, basically, climate change. Israel. And Co. Two pollution and then that we're a racist nation and from those who lies If people accept those two lies, it's just naturally results in self destruct mode of the nation, and it's just terrible to see Are you talking about? That show we did was at best. Madoff was a yuri best. Remember that the Soviet defector is that to show you were talking about the podcast, So it's like, Yeah, that show was a slight We're teaching our Children at the basis We're teaching that the climate You know, our We're going to all going to die in 10 years if we don't, um, you know, for low fossil fuels and stop eating. You know what, Chris? Just because of you, Jim. Take a note. Producer. Jim, we got it. If you can, please, I don't mean to be rude. Always tell my crude. Chris. I'm like the minute you think you work for me Quit. I'm not Jim. Did I not say that? I said we work with each other. You ever think you work for me? Quit instantly. I hate host villas. I can't stand. But we got to take a note of this Christmas bringing something, Chris, don't hang up. We had. We did this show on the Soviet defector Awhile ago, my podcast where decades ago he warned all these things they would do externally to crush the United States and they're all happening
"yuri" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast
"In midland texas with yuri nunez yuri. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. Your is in sales with sand revolution. And we're going to hear all about her story coming up in just a few minutes but first how are you doing. I'm doing good good good. I can't wait to share your story with everyone and it's so nice to meet you in person. I've been following your e for awhile now. On lincoln we finally connected on so excited but before we get into things. I wanted to ask everyone for a little help and help out our show by taking a few minutes to leave a review on itunes. I'd like to thank jeff. Who recently left us this message. And this is what he said he said. It is wonderful to hear the stories of people who have been in the business through the good times and the bad for someone who like me has been in the business for only five years. I appreciate their advice and wisdom. Thank you permian. Perspective for this learning platform will thank you jeff and think for those of you who have left us those five star reviews. We'd like the five stars. Well first of all thank you. Let's welcome back year to our podcast today and yuri. It's so nice to like. I said to meet you been falling on linked in which you have a great presence on there by the way i just love how you market. What you're doing. Tell us how you got in the oil and gas business. Well i got in it for more. Because i needed to financially and i needed to financially and before i was making four hundred dollars a week and that's not enough living out here right. That's you know it's it's not enough to pay your bills. Not even pay rent anything like that. So it was put that in perspective search for someone that he doesn't live here rent costs on average. Say twenty five hundred dollars. Yes like where i was that it was two bedroom. Two bath twenty five hundred bucks a month right so that's a lot way too much as lot. So four hundred dollars..
Judge Nixes Plea Deal for 2 Accused of Super Bowl Field Run
"Plea deal for the Tampa Super Bowl streaker. Hillsborough County Judge Jack Goodman said it was too lenient. The judge added. He's going to understand the consequences of his actions. If he's found guilty. This is not going to be a walk in the park for him. It was a run on the field in a man Keeney that got the 31 year old Yuri and brought it into this mess to begin with. With Florida's news. I'm Kimba Tyler.
The Problem With Track & Field World Records
"What goes into a world record. Obviously it has to be an incredible performance. Everything has to come together just right. They don't happen very often. When bob beamon broke the world's record in the long jump in nineteen sixty eight. See my previous episode about that. The conditions were perfect. He had the maximum allowable. Tailwind it was at a high altitude in mexico city. He had perfect form and he put together his best jump ever at just the right time since the advent of competitive athletics nine thousand nine hundred twelve. The international association of athletic federation's has been keeping world records in every event. There's been a progression of world records. As people of incrementally bested previous performances. Most world records are only broken by less than one percent. The greatest single increase in a world record was the aforementioned bob beamon jump which beat the previous world record by six point five percent so that is sort of the world record of world records. Each event has a very different progression in how frequent and how recent world records get set. And this gets into the real heart of what i wanna talk about. You should expect to see world records being broken at a slower and slower rate over time as humans. Approach the limit of human performance should become harder and harder to break records. Records will require more luck and more people who have the perfect physique in the very peak of their careers. But this isn't quite what happened in some events there hasn't been a new world record set in over thirty years. You're shulte set the world record in the men's discus in one thousand nine hundred eighty six at seventy four point zero eight meters to put that into perspective. The gold medalist in the two thousand nineteen world championships had a distance of sixty seven point. Five nine meters a full six point five meters or twenty one feet short of the world record the men's hammer throw was also said in nineteen eighty-six yuri set up of the soviet union through the hammer. Eighty six point seven meters. The two thousand nineteen world champion through it. Only eighty point five meters that six point two meters less than the world record. The oldest existing world record in track and field is the women's eight hundred meters. Your meal acrostic viola of czechoslovakia set a world's record finishing the eight hundred in one minute. Fifty three point two eight seconds. That's almost five seconds. Faster than the two thousand nineteen world champion. You might have noticed something that all these really old records have in common. They're all held by athletes from former communist countries. If you're thinking that these records might be tainted by performance enhancing drugs. You aren't alone.
Agents found no evidence of backdated ballots, report says
"The US postal service has officially debunked an allegation that ballots had been backdated in eerie Pennsylvania after the November third election a new report from the postal service inspector general's office says it interviewed employees and reviewed ballots and found no evidence to support a postal workers claim that he overheard a conversation between a postmaster and a supervisor about backdating ballots received after the polls closed to make it look like they'd come in on time even he backed off that story later in November the allegations though by Richard Hopkins became public in a video released by project veritas a conservative group alleging voter fraud elections officials say there had only been five ballots that had come in late postmarked from Yuri I'm Jackie Quinn
Marking ten years since the 2011 Japan earthquake
"10 years since Japan was hit by a huge earthquake that triggered a tsunami which crashed into the coast less than an hour later. Thousands of towns were engulfed by the immense wave. The disaster also triggered a multiple meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant How Japan correspondent Rupert Wingfield Hayes has been back to meet some of the people. His lives changed that day. As the 10th anniversary approaches, a group of Buddhist monks is walking the coast Road, chanting prayers for the more than 18,000 people swept away that day. Phenomena Could tomato mussel actually taking a few 100 M away? Kill Kazu Sasaki stands on a bear windswept piece of land. Before the tsunami. This was the fishing port of Yuri Aga. When the wave swept in. It took one in 10 of your ER gaze residents, including Sasaki San's whole family, this girl home. Candle, not a timorous Scott. As he tells me his story, he clutches his most precious possession. His 14 year old daughter's school uniforms solution, would you, uh, Son all number because in the beginning I was drinking heavily. I really don't remember much of the first three years after the quake After four years, I started to tell my story. I had a fight with my wife that morning before the quake struck. So now I tell people what would you do if tomorrow never comes? I tell them to live every single day as if you don't have tomorrow. John Wave that destroyed your Nyaga unleashed a chain of events that continues to haunt Japan today,
Man, 69, Accidentally Shot Himself During Firearms Training
"Firearms trainer in California may need a refreshing course in gun safety after accidentally shooting himself while teaching a class Gary Baumgarten reports, at least his students know how carefully they must handle their firearms. Now cops in Syria's California say the 67 year old man was training some students in the proper handling of guns when he accidentally shot himself in the thigh. While whole string his weapon. The shooting range is owned by the city of Syriza. But cops say the man works for a firearms training company that leased the space. He was taken to the hospital, where he is expected to recover. Yuri Bomb Garden Fox News
Grand Jury Votes Not to Indict Buffalo New York Police Officers Accused of Shoving Protester
"Felony charges against to Buffalo, New York police officers have been dropped Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe were charged with felony assault for shoving an elderly protester to the ground and leaving him to believe, Yuri County District Attorney John Flynn said the grand jury declined to indict that. Crime was committed here. Alright, but Again. We have a system in place here. Where society makes all decisions. It took Martin Good Gino a month in the hospital before he recovered. Flynn said Gugino violated a curfew in place at the time, but should not have been shoved. Aaron Kit RISKY. ABC NEWS New YORK
Assault charges dropped against Buffalo, New York, police officers seen pushing protester
"New York police officers have been drops Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe were charged with felony assault for shoving an elderly protester to the ground and leaving him to believe, Yuri County District Attorney John Flynn said the grand jury declined to indict that, all right. Um what Then we have a system in place here where society makes all decisions. It took Martin Googie No. A month in the hospital before he recovered. Flynn said Gugino violated a curfew in place at the time, but should not have been shoved. Aaron Kit RISKY. ABC NEWS New YORK
Return to Dyatlov Pass
"Nineteen fifty nine. The bodies of ten young students experienced hikers and skiers were found in bizarre and puzzling ways strewn over a forested mountain tap. Their deaths would remain a mystery until a week ago. I kid you not. This is the story of the die off pass so again starts in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine. There's a group of early twenty somethings. They're all in their early twenties from like twenty two twenty three to one thirty eight year old outlier to kind of lead them has a little bit more experience under his belt. And they all study at the euro polytechnical institute and it was an organized skiing expedition across the euro mountains in the soviet union. Eager deitz lov. Three year old radio engineer was kind of the leader who assembled everybody asking nine of his college friends. Eight men and two women to join up again. I'm sorry if i mispronounced names. I'm bound to do that. Even deitz love pass. Was his stretch for me so again. Apologies in any case. All of them were experienced great to hikers with lots of skiing experience. Also it was kind of going to be a high scoring hybrid trip. And when they returned all of them would be receiving their grade three hiking certification which is really impressive. It was the highest certification available in the soviet union and required candidates to climb over a hundred ninety miles. The route was designed by dight loves group to reach the far northern regions of spurred lofts oblast and approved by the sverdlovsk city. Route commission even though it was supposed to be the most difficult time to take that route. The goal of the expedition was to reach a tort in our which is a six point. Two mile high mountain semi-in terry of who is previously certified to go with another expedition of similar difficulty. Decided to go with the dice. Love group on twenty third of january nineteen fifty-nine semyon Law of yuri. D'oro anco ludmila duhniah yuri christmas chanko alexandra Love tov is a nedia. Colomer dorota rustam slobodan nikolai thebault bre goals alexander and your yudin all left on their expedition. The group arrive by train at dell small town in the middle of spare lofts ups done two days later then. They all took a truck to his high where they bought a bunch of bread and carb loaded for the next day's start when the actual hike would begin as they hiked one. Member your yudin. Who suffered from several health ailments. He had rheumatism. And a congenial heart defect decided to turn back his knees and joints for giving him a pretty hard time. It would be a decision that saved his life on january thirty first. The group arrive at the edge of a highland area and began to prepare for climbing. They secured food and equipment. There that would be used for when they would come back through the next day. The ten plan to get over the pass and make camp for the next night on the opposite side but bad conditions snowstorms and decreasing visibility. Made them lose their direction and push the group more west than they had planned when they realized that they were more west than they should be. Group decided to just set up camp right on the slope of the mountain rather than move a couple of miles downhill to a forested area. Which would have offered a little bit of shelter from the weather. Diaries and cameras founder on their last campsite possible to track the group's route up until this point which is really a really profound part of the story to see their writing and to see the pictures they had a camera. The film was developed after the fact so it feels very very spooky in that way and they're all so young and very positive and optimistic and really excited about each other. And the you know exploring the mountaintop the group had so much ahead of them and they talk about what they were studying and how that was significant to this expedition but unfortunately that night would be the last day that they would all be alive before leaving on the expedition. Dight love told the university sports club he would send telegram no later than february twelfth on the twelfth passed and no messages have been received there was no immediate reaction because it was pretty normal to encounter delays etc but on february twentieth. Travelers relatives demanded a rescue operation. And the head of the institute sent the first rescue groups consisting of volunteer students and teachers
"yuri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Remember Yuri Welsh? Vaguely, Yes, A J R W a L s E Asia very well. He was like a bell. He was the bench players. The 15th guy on the bench almost never suited up. So one time Ethan and I go to a game and we thought it would be hilarious to this is before people were going to Kinko's and getting like the big like heads of the players. We went to the computer, and we printed out a headshot of Yuri Welch. When we each had one in color. We put it on a Popsicle stick, dude, and we were holding it over our faces like what the Eyeholes pointed out, so they're getting the word's getting blown out by what the Nuggets do You like my little Marcus Camby was playing for the Nuggets. Where's it getting rolled? It's a 2000 three's babies even earlier is pre Carmel was a warrior from 023 season on Lee 37 game where you get 03, so he's suited up on this game. He's sitting next to Bobby Sura on the bench and were screaming during a time out and mind you. There's nobody in the arena. It's a son. The afternoon game. I bet we could find the box score Sunday afternoon game. He's sitting next to Bob, Sir, and the Arena's quiet We're in the Lower bowl in section 1 22 behind the hoop, and we're yelling. You put a year and finally, dude. Same thing. Bob Sura taps him on the shoulder points to us your He looks up at us kind of smiles and gives us the nod. Good After the game, he signed our heads. Duty is incredible, but I still have it. It's like you blind or somewhere with that is with my baseball cards, Did you Anyway. Very solid. Thatyou're one season 1.6 points per game. 0.8 rebounds per game. 0.7. If I'm 37 games, and the Warriors immortalized he went, he went to. I think you went to the Celtics and little playing a lot for the cells. 68 games for him that he was okay, man about you, Yuri Welsh immortalized on October 15 20 Anyway, So we mourn Fred Dean, we talk a little baseball We get into obviously the 40 Niners and then Adam Schefter was coming on our show today. Just can't Got breaking news. Ah, the Atlanta Falcons Nowthe latest to shut down their facility and positive cozy decided. All right, get the clock, right. Come on back. Get the guest list on a Thursday morning. Martin Mac with copes in for Polly Mac. Candy are one of 45 and 6 80 The sports later that podcasts are available now on Spotify by searching, KNBR sports leader From Chilton. Auto Body Traffic deaths will start in the South Bay where there is still some congestion on North bound to waiting near Bird Avenue. That's because of an earlier car fire that started a couple of trees on fire as well. Looks like the right lane may still be blocked, and the traffic is a bit slow off the scene again. It's north bound to 80 north of birds, and then on North bound 101 near McKee. There is a new collision over on the right hand shoulder. It's in the middle of slow traffic from 2 82 80. Before that, north found one on one is still slow in Morgan Hill from San Martino to East done. And westbound to 055 80 for the ultimate the usual congestion there Mountain house to North Flynn. We're back up to mid lot..
"yuri" Discussed on 710 WOR
"He was the first in New York with fractionated Brain radiosurgery, and he's the first in America. And in the Western Hemisphere with body radiosurgery. You can also call Dr Lieberman in two in two choices for a free, informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Liederman were back. We are back about a man who came to me 75 years old. He was actually referred by a surgeon and say, Wow, I sells things about surgery. But there's some surgeons is a few surgeons who Hate to do surgery. This is a urologist in New York City, one of the biggest busiest, and he just hates to do surgery on the prostate, because he knows how terrible the results are this van well, it's a long story, but in the nut show He's 75 years old. He's from ST Vincent's in the Caribbean. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer about 10 years ago, and he had standard radiation one of the big hospitals in New York City. And he also has diabetes and high blood pressure. And he comes now with burning in his Penis, and the surgeon looked inside The Yuri through the urethra is the urinary tube from the Penis to the bladder. Both men and women have Yuri throws. A woman's jury throws. No Penis. All those. It's much shorter passage from the bladder to the outside. Men have a longer Yuri through because it goes to the Penis. This man had a squamous carcinoma of the Yuri throw memory had radiation for the prostate. And now right next to the prostate here, the Squamous carcinoma of the Yuri throw. It was seen by doctors and the biggest hospitals in New York and the doctors and the biggest hospitals. I wanted to do radical surgery that I wanted to remove the bladder and the prostate and the wreath Ra and the Penis..
"yuri" Discussed on WTVN
"Tag Yuri agents giving back you owe it to yourself to call double insurance at six one four eight nine nine one six one one or visit that Yuri guide dot com lows tonight will get down into the mid fifties in the clouds are gonna stick it up a little bit because a cold front is on the way that'll bring us showers and thunderstorms for Sunday Sunday high only about sixty eight degrees it's pretty close to average just slightly under sixty seven on Monday I'm a B. C. six first morning chief meteorologist Marshall make peak on your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN I have welcome welcome to everyone listening all around the world all across the United States we're coming to you live from the U. H. P. headquarters switch tonight.
"yuri" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Agendas and intentionality it's about being a critical thinker and we've been talking about for years on this program I talk about my program we have to learn how to learn we have to learn how to think yeah there's a finance called this the Maliki and a pistol Maliki is the science of how we learn things are how we know we sing and we don't take it we don't take into account how we know things we just know we just heard it we believe that you know the germ theory ability Yuri do you know the contagion itself is still a fury the idea that there's contagion do you do you know that the the idea that there's even viruses in many cases they've never seen viruses may never link viruses to specific illnesses you know this coronavirus has never been visualized now we have seen this thing I've seen sketches of what they think it looks like now George that's the class of coronavirus but this specific one that's associated with cold it has never been visualize not only back George but what they have done if they've gotten some genes RNA and they say that that that's the virus that's what they have but they never injected the RNA into a healthy patients to see if they got the symptoms this is the immunology one a one you take the suspected H. and and you put it into a healthy individual healthy animal you see because the symptoms of common sense they've never done this why is the world in panic I've never seen anything like this because we live like a herd you know what happens when one when one of you ever seen with us shows of wild animal shows.
"yuri" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Bringing Yuri soon you'll be able to do it at the mall hot topic in LC final toy the singer it features that conical Jack and signature hairstyle get pictures up eighty forty dot com now here's a look my mate. checking in at nineteen eighty forty. at the disco nineteen we're inside your top twenty well Shay from damage a put together a new do but they're only getting booked at one venue the changing table he just announcing his wife are expecting their second child a brother for their first son Asher soaking rescue Shea and the famine your speech was Dan.
"yuri" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Box Yuri Disney villain correlative build is from what movie unknown to me here we go Mondays can be tough the seven AM battle on a Monday but you guys are crushing it Julie Liam and Noel Gallagher are best known for working together and what band cool brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher no only when I can think of is one direction and no that's not right the same country that it's oasis and there's only in one direction so you were you're kind of there she said she said that she said the only way I can think of is from one direction you're a living alone and played twins in what movie remake that parent trap right you Lindsay lo Han was in parent trap see what see here you go you need this to stay alive last night at the teen choice awards Tom Holland won an award for his work is what character spider man does whatever a spider can and eerie who won the first ever icon award last night at the teen choice awards I don't have any brought.
"yuri" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Taylor swift and bringing Yuri down twenty one spots to thirty three our biggest fall of the week I check this out near the middle of last year Lewis the polity was finishing up his debut out many scheduled one last studio session just to see if there was anything left he spent five or six hours at the piano and came up with nothing but in the last five minutes before we call it a day this came together it's because someone you loved it's new in this spot thirty two on eighteen forty there's no she season we and then you so.
"yuri" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"He gave Russia a total to the man who has won me mortal conqueror of space cosmonaut. Yuri Gagarin's it for the U._S.. It was.
"yuri" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"But also be creating a family heirloom to pass onto Yuri Marquesa de jewelers northwest military highway a family tradition since nineteen thirty-three SAD five years. Call us at to ten three seven seven one eight one eight to ten three seven seven one eight one eight..