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What Makes God Proud
"But as it is they desire a better country that is a heavenly one therefore god is not ashamed to be called their god for he has prepared for them a city hebrews eleven sixteen. I want very much for god to say to me what he said. About abraham isaac and jacob. I am not ashamed to be called your god as risky as it sounds. Does this not really mean that. God might actually be proud to be called mike. God fortunately this wonderful possibility is surrounded and hebrews eleven sixteen by reasons one before and one after take the one after i. God is not ashamed to be called their god four. He has prepared for them city. The first reason he gives why he is not ashamed to be called their god is that he has done something for them. He made the city the heavenly city whose designer and builder is god. Hebrews eleven ten so the first reason. He's not ashamed to be called. Their god is that he has worked for them not the other way round now. Consider the reason he gives in front. He goes like this. They desire a better country. That is a heavenly one. Therefore god is not ashamed to be called their god. Therefore signals that are reason has just been given for why god is not ashamed to be called our god.
41 Women Are Fortune 500 CEOs, A New Record
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Veteran Politician Herzog Elected President of Israel
"The veteran politician Isaac Herzog has been elected president of Israel ahead of educated million perhaps experience will make a hot soak the skill of a prominent Israeli family has been elected president which is a largely ceremonial role anonymous vote was held among the one hundred twenty members of the national parliament without going eighty seven to twenty seven in his favor so who's sixty is the former head of Israel's labor party an opposition leader who unsuccessfully ran against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his twenty thirteen parliamentary elections you succeed Reuven Rivlin who set to leave office next month I'm Charles de Ledesma
Christie's to Sell Isaac Newton's Notes for Greatest Work in London
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Christie's will auction Isaac Newton's notes for his greatest work next month Christie's has announced hand written notes containing Isaac Newton's jotted revisions to his master work the Principia will go up for auction July eighth in London Newton's mathematical principles of natural philosophy published in sixteen eighty seven set up the laws of gravitation and motion Christie's expects the revisions to sell for between eight hundred fifty thousand dollars and one point three million dollars the first edition of the book sold at auction for three point seven million dollars in twenty sixteen the page and a half of notes for a planned second edition includes comments and diagrams by Scottish mathematician and astronomer David Gregory hi Mike Crossey up
Indigenous People Are Using Documentaries to Tell Their Own Stories
"You are on indian. Land was directed by michael gonna takeo mitchell a mohawks maker from aqua socity. He also narrated. The film was awesome which the white man calls the saint regis reservation on this line long before the two countries decided to draw line between themselves. Michael was part of what is known as the indian film crew. It was the first all indigenous unit at the fbi. The use of the word indian was a product of the time. So i'm using it in a historical context i'm talking about quote unquote indian as in indigenous. So michael was one of seven indigenous members. Who made up the indian film crew. There was also dibwe filmmaker roy daniels. Tom o'connor snobby. Barbara wilson who has haida north star blanket cree and magma filmmakers morris isaac and willie done so the crew represented many nations members also created a number of important works documentaries like these are my people. I'm a more fog. And i was born on this reservation and i was raised here and i don a lot of traffic times on the other nations in discontinuity and films like the other side of the ledger. An indian view on the hudson's bay company in sixteen seventy charles the second granted the company of adventures trading into hudson's bay otherwise known as the hudson's bay company this charter giving the company an absolute trade monopoly over one million square miles of land. In what is now canada. The indian film crew was established at a time when indigenous people were often the subjects of documentaries but weren't behind the cameras creating the films themselves in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. A man named george stoney who was an executive director at the fbi decided it was time to put the camera in the hands of indigenous people.
2021 Oscars Best Director Predictions
"Let's dive right back in with best director. Nominees are thomas winterberg for another round. David fincher from bank. Lee isaac chung for me. Ninety eight clue how for nomad land and emerald. Fennell for promising young woman stephen thompson. Gimme a will win and it should win in for will end. Should i'll go with clue jal i think she does beautiful work in. No maitland. I do wanna put in a good word though for emerald fennell and promising young woman. This film is so interesting and juggling so many tones this movie could have flown off the rails in so many ways and at the same time. It is absolutely gorgeous to look at what this movie is doing with. Color is so striking an inventive. It has an electric movie and when a movie feels electric off the way through you can often give the director a lot of credit for that. So i do want to put in a good word for emerald fennell but for will end should in this category. I'm going to go with kobe. Zhao all right fair. Enough i show. What do you think should win. Khloe joe will win. Make big mac. Yes so i think it's going to be david fincher because let's not forget that so few years ago. Even though moonlight wind up winning damian chazelle one for la la land and this is the category especially as director where they love to see the flashiest most technical intricate. Booby win So i think it's going to be probably david fincher. Although i would love to see joao went jau did win at the directors go to war so maybe that will happen. But i still think it's gonna be all
Fasting for High Performance With Dr. Isaac Jones
"Jones fasting transformation summit so much david dr soccer's really appreciate it. Thanks for the kind words at the same way but you your family and what you're up to is amazing. The summit is going to change transformed. Sorry people's lives. Yeah thanks so much and so how did you get started in performance in general like what attracted you to that role. It's an interesting story. I grew up a really healthy kid. But my migrants what they did know and A certain foods and doing certain things taking certain medications that religious decrease my brain function energy. My vitality ended up getting diagnosed with adhd and dyslexia then was on adderall and agitated. You're my actually in all these different medications and being honest cocktail of medications on top of the job is dealing with brought me down the spiral of of of even more issues like athletes buying shoes in got problems waking up stabbing pain in my guts and it wasn't until my i discovered a doctor actually very similar to you. That helped me. Underline understand the underlying causes of what was going on in my body. And you know. I i know i would have gotten faster results if i would have implemented fasting to the things that i that i had. I learned back then but needless to say over time because this process of hewing always takes time time. I completely did a one eighty. I was in special needs before take tests because of the adhd and dyslexia being so severe and literally six months later. I couldn't have even been diagnosed with dyslexia or adhd. Because of what happened. My product went through the roots. I was getting straight as in classes. In fact it was. Thanks to you that i ended up applying for academic scholarship at ended up winning this academic scholarship.
Israel Independence War Era Weapons Cache Discovered in Tel Aviv
"The day before yesterday as we record a gardener found underneath a bush at number twenty two cream as street a cache of world war two vintage bullets artillery shells and grenades which ordinance was stowed under a bush three quarters of a century ago by members of the haganah jewish militia to keep british soldiers and centuries from finding it such a hiding place for weapons was called a sleek from the hebrew root some lama couth to make rid of and in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s there were hundreds of maybe thousands all around the country though most of them were dismantled as soon as the brits left palestinian nineteen forty eight. But you know how it is. You put your grenades and your artillery shells in your bulletin a whole under bush in your yard and then you get busy ensure the brits go home but you tell yourself you'll empty the gun whole tomorrow and if it's not one thing it's another before you know it seventy odd years of pass that is just life in the big city so this week. The police bomb squad piloted remote control. Sapper robots under the tree and they exploded some of the grenades shells and bullets. And they neutralize the rest and sent them to the tel aviv. Forensics lab for further investigation. And for those of you wondering and who isn't wondering isaac jacob adolf. Crimea was the french jewish attorney who in eighteen. Forty along with sir. Moses montefiore made the trip to alexandria egypt to plead before Dive mohammed ali for the release of jews arrested in damascus blood. Libel that rocked the jewish world that year and crimea and montefiore secured freedom for nine of the thirteen syrian. Jews accused of killing christians for their blood. The other four having already died while being tortured after that chromium became minister of justice of france under the second republic in eighteen forty eight and he later founded the 'alliance eastern elite universal in paris in eighteen. Sixty one gathers that isaac jacob adolf creamier would probably not himself have hidden guns in tel aviv in nineteen forty eight but he probably would have understood the sentiment and arguably nothing captures the haphazard semi history city of this forever new and yet never really new city. We love so al tel aviv. Alto better than a gardener. Finding an old bag of old bullets and such tucked under a shrub to shield it from the prying eyes of the brits on a street named for a man who one hundred years before that sailed with an english financier to alexandria a city. Just four hundred fifty kilometers. Southwest of tel-aviv. In order to gain the release of wrongly residues in damascus a city just two hundred kilometers northeast of tel
New Force Of Nature Leaves Physicists Over the Muon
"Cancel culture might becoming for sir. Isaac newton assisting have discovered a new fundamental force the results are from the fermi national accelerator lab in illinois which has been doing experiments on me. Wan's milan's are subatomic particles that are similar to electrons hundred times heavier. Maybe even two hundred one times have year after a full year in quarantine. Thank you. this is why. I'm a professional physics. Comedian i go to the conferences. The experiment involved measuring the wobble of milan's any big magnetic field based on the most current model of particle physics. They should have wobbled at predictable. Rate when scientists recorded wobbling rate. That was faster than expected. They were led to hypothesize enu fundamental force was at play. Of course if you're not on hive like me might not mean a lot but people in the physics community are very excited. They say this finding has the potential to clear up galactic mysteries like dark matter. Look all good. Keep it up guys. Just let me know before you do something that all into a black
Abraham Did Kill Isaac With Author Tzemah Yoreh
"San mateo. Welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you. Thank you very much in this book. You talk a lot about what you call the original bible. Could you tell us a little bit about what that original bible is what you mean by when it when it was written. What is this original bible that you're finding within the bible as we know it what i mean by that is that it's missing the first story from the logically that was written down and then every subsequent story was built upon it So that's what i mean by. The original wide will probably more accurately the original original torah. Tell us a little more about what that means to sort of. Open up a version of the bible that we have which is to say. I don't know the unoriginal early like another version. And what is that like archaeology task. Like where you're sort of a us. Rq because it seems like digging. It's like you're you're looking through layers and the second question who cares. They're a great sentence or two in your book. So one person wrote the bible or twenty five people wrote the bible like so what we have a thing like. What is it. What are the ramifications if multiple people wrote this or if there was an original source or not. I liked the comparison an archaeology. You know it's a productive one. Because i 'cause the way i look at the at the toronto especially is that it's like sediment that cruise i think of layers as opposed to sources posted documents And there's one basic story and then every subsequent author added their own layer
Environmental Consultant Stacey Isaac Berahzer Is All About Water
"My name is stacey isaac raza. I run a stall environmental. Consulting firm called ibm environmental. We only like released added in september two thousand and two but it's been a funding so far i got into the field of voice against the movie was in my undergraduate degree where i had an internship during the semester and ended up doing what follows the stuff i did. Different things that boost. But or woulda i ended up on everything from yeah into of indexing different streams or what bodies within the us different shopping segments into of the solid With anything different refinements ec had put a designated saddam will not and so that's probably rare relieve loyal insufficiently symptoms. And you also have an interesting background. You're from trinidad. And most people probably don't know much about tim's of its water issues to my kind of giving us a bit of an overview of the water situation there absolutely. I didn't grow up. Include noninvasive tobacco. Which is an island. Republican the caribbean to in small islands in the tropics through a good bit of rainfall but in terms of the island environment awards the russia's off the land pretty quickly storing capturing and storing it for human is is enforced sunday challenge also the high volumes of reform that we have signed in an island environment trindad coupled with developments and develop lines construction on even navas mountain range the the non arranging and of course issues flooding on the last couple of decades
Steven Yeun first Asian American nominated for best actor
"This morning. The oscar nominations were announced and some of them were particularly notable late. Great chadwick boseman was nominated for best actor for his final performance and bahrainis black bottom nomad land director khloe. Zhao became the first asian woman and first woman of color period. If that ever to be nominated for best director and promising young women's emerald fennel was also nominated for best director making this the first time that two women will ever compete in the same year in that category. Also the movie monari directed by lee isaac chung received a bevy of nominations including best picture best screenplay and best director. It's a long list. The film follows a korean family. Who moved from california to arkansas where the father played by stephen struggles to fulfil his dream of starting a farm. Yon and you junk. Who plays his character's mother-in-law both nominated for their performances as well they're nomination stand in contrast to a long history of asian and asian american actors getting awards. Us even when the films they star in recognition in more technical categories
“Mank” leads Academy Awards nominations with 10 nods
"The Oscar nominations are out in the history of the Academy Awards only five women have ever been nominated for Best Director this year alone though there are two women in that category they are Chloe's out for no man's land what the numbers are doing is not that different than when the pioneers and emerald fennel for promising young woman can you guess what every woman's worst nightmare they will compete against Lee Isaac Chung foreman ari Thomas venter Berg for another round and David Fincher for Manx make is the overall leader in nomination had just picked up ten usually the Oscars would be all done by now but because of the pandemic will push back by two months this year's ceremony set for April twenty fifth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Chloé Zhao, Emerald Fennell lead historic DGA nominations
"The directors guild of America is making history with its latest batch of nominations there's been times when the DGA has nominated a woman for outstanding achievement as a director but they have never been to women nominated in the same year until now Chloe's Allen emerald fan along the list this year zao is nominated for no man's land and fennel for promising young woman also nominated the Isaac Chung Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher the DJs are considered a strong indicator of how the Oscars might go in the past seventeen years fifteen DGA winners went on to win at the Academy Awards the DJ's April twentieth it will be held virtually because of the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
FBI arrests 2, including Stone bodyguard, in Capitol riot
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting the FBI tracks down two more suspects in the capital riot two men arrested over the weekend in connection with the capital rights appear to have taken measures to avoid apprehension assistant U. S. attorney Benjamin Jian forty told a magistrate judge in federal court Monday thirty six year old Roberto minuta had canceled his phone account on March first and got rid of his iPhone The New York Times reports we knew it was one of six bodyguards for a long time trump confidante Roger stone in the hours before the January sixth insurrection thirty two year old Isaac Steve sturgeon of Dillon Montana was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport Saturday had left the country the F. B. I. says sturgeon traveled to Kenya on January twenty fourth but he was deported back to New York Mike Crossey out Washington
Presenting Our Lives as a Living Sacrifice
"What has been said. Before paul's writing these words romans twelve over four romans. Twelve his romans and the whole book of romans. So that matter and one is a real message of the book of well it establishes clearly that we're sinners separated from god but god loved us so much intervene descended son who died for our sins. We must turn from that. Senate put our faith in christ so effectively pulsing. He listened to this in light of what god has done for. You considering the fact that jesus has died for you and giving you salvation in light of this therefore i urge you brothers and the word that he uses airport. Ibc to king james work beseech means urged plea even back. I bet you brothers and sisters. I'm pleading with you. Present yourself to god as a living sacrifice in other words policy. Got us that saying. Hey if you wouldn't mind could you do me a favor. Gotta saying look man. I bought you with a price. I love you and this is what i want you to do. Give yourself to me. Another translation of these verses goes as follows. And i liked this. Here's what a god wants you to do. God helping you take your everyday life your ordinary life. You're sleeping eating drinking going to work and walking around life and place before god is an offering. I like that is take your everyday like here it is. Here's my career here. Are my relationships. Here are my possessions. Here is my ministry. Here is everything. I have my bank account. I give it all to you. Lord i presented to you present your body as a living sacrifice now. Generally sacrifices are dead so it's trickier to present a living sacrifice. Is i think a living sacrifice might have a tendency to crawl off the altar. Her remember the story of abraham. And isaac. When god told abraham to take his son his only son and offer him as a sacrifice and abraham obeyed as did is they made their way up to the place where he would be sacrificed and at one point. Isaac said he. Dad where's the where's the sacrifice. And abraham said god will provide himself sacrifice and so as they made their way up and late isaac alter abraham was prepared to take the life of his own son in at the last moment. of course dangerous. Stop them because it was never. God's will to take the life of abraham son but it was god's will to see abraham would commit everything until the lord. But here's an interesting thing you know. We don't realize maybe because sometimes in film and religious art isaac is portrayed as a very small boy fact of the matter is is probably a teenager is a young man probably full grown. So i'm very easily as dead was laying on the altar is it could have said you know what you're getting kind of old. Why don't we sacrifice you. But is gwen along with it in. This story is in the bible for a number of reasons. But it's a picture of god sending his son. The father loved us so much. He gave his only begotten son. But let's not forget that the sun willingly laid his life down so present yourself to god as a living sacrifice. What does that mean. It means we give our total bean bodies being jer. Total being so. We need to present our minds. Present your mind to god. What does that mean. Spill your mind with the word of god not the junk of this twisted
Why are there so many Static Analysis tools?
"I have done. Probably fifteen shows over the years on static analysis tools. Why are there so many static analysis tools. Well you know jeff. I think it's something really deep about developer psychology. Actually if i wake you up in the middle of the night. And i'm like hey here's a list of twenty bucks to go fix you're going be like. Why did you wake me up with this list of bugs. But if i show you away that you can automate finding and fixing twenty bucks even if it took you twice as long you. I think we'd be much more excited about it. So i feel like developers as a group. We love automating finding things automating fixing things and being able to do that. Encode you know. It's it's fun it's addictive. So i think that's why you see this proliferation of just for many different languages and frameworks. People love writing these kinds of tools.
God is Faithful to Fulfill His Promises (Exodus 6:6-8)
"Exodus chapter six versus six through eight say therefore to the people of israel i am the lord and i will bring you out from under the burdens of the egyptians and i will deliver you from slavery to them and i will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with great acts of judgment. I will take you to be my people. And i will be your god and you shall know that i am the lord your god who was brought you out from under the burdens of the egyptians. I will bring you into the land that i swore to give to abraham to isaac and jacob. I will give it to you for a possession. I am the lord This is one of my favorite passages in the book of exodus because in those three verses exodus chapter six versus six seven eight and those three verses. Did you hear the repetition of the words. I will over and over and over again. I love the structure of these verses. And what they say about. God knows very beginning. God's first words are i am the lord and then those last words so beginning of her six i am the lord god says and last words in this passage i am the lord of the end of verse. Eight an in between this declaration of who god is. I am the lord. The great i am xs chapter three in between this declaration of god's name this revelation of who is sandwiched in between an a matter of three verses. You have seven different times. Or god says i will now just rattled off again. I will bring you out from under the burdens of egypt. I will deliver you from slavery to them. I will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with great acts of judgment. I will take you to be my people. I will be your god. I will bring you into the land that i swore to give to abraham isaac and jacob. I will give it to you for a possession. I will i will i will. And we know scum spoiler alert here. God does all of those things. God does everything he says he will do. And that's the point. This is who got is. He is the god who makes and keeps all his promises. He makes promises to his people. He says i will do this. I will do this. I will be this will work in this way. He makes promises like that and then he keeps every single one of them and this is part of what it means for him to be the lord to be our lord which so just think about that for him to be lord means that he rules and reigns over us. He leads and guides us. He's our lord isn't good to know that your lord the god of the universe degrade i am. He's your lord and he keeps all of his good promises to
"isaac" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Oh one and i do this. Because i find that a lot of folks you know sort of what you are four and what you're against. Sometimes you may lack the language or the philosophical underpinnings. And i don't ever want you to be in that position. Capitalism works in you know it in your heart but you wanna be able to explain it to your children to your friend that you carpool with to the guy at the office or church or school. And so i try to do some of these discussions in order to give you that language. In order to back you up. Isaac more houses pieces entitled the morality of capitalism and we're talking about why capitalism is peaceful. And you were talking about the individual win. The army comes in behind. If you could wrap that point up..
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"Been as clean as it was today. So i guess is still something right. That's that's awkward over as a robot was also and i will be honest. I don't think it has no. We're pretty bad occasion. We do like once a week sweep physically which made me less which is like pretty reasonable but yeah there's other there's other issues but yeah so rooms urkel mess around with it. I'll let you know how it goes get sponsorship from roomba kit sponsorship from numerous we have we have to potential sponsorships that we could do right now and we just happened yet. We're awful because then we have to pay taxes taxes and that's why we started yellow sea though so we could. We could actually do that. But we just taxes when you go back through other past episodes elegant and here's some ads eventually. All right. they're coming. I guess but we'll get there. Yeah so hello. Isaac from the future here whereabout to go on a really long rant about the stock market specifically the game stop stock and the short squeeze and all of that. If you've already heard all of this and already know all this stuff and don't wanna keep hearing about it. Go ahead and skip to about minute. Thirteen forty five. That is all thank you. Now talk about something that you've probably heard about. He wants to go. No you go. I've a whole lot of research on this. You've done a ton. More research on the idea behind this. But i i think i think you got this. I don't know what let's let's go back and forth. I don't totally trust myself either. Let's just explain so what we're going to talk about. We're gonna talk about the game stopping. We're not going to really explain it. Please do not take anything we say. You're not financial advisers on a very clear. Please do not start investing off of my word. Yeah don't do anything that we tell you to do. We're not gonna tell you do anything. I talk money in the stock market right. Don't fall how. I invest please. It's it's fine. Because i'm twenty something and i have money to lose but please don't put your money in there or do i mean the people not to put out and just don't invest how i this twenty. We're not gonna talk. We're not giving advice in any way but we want to talk about this whole brick and it's dropped my pen okay. We want to talk about this whole game. Stop thing right. Y'all had probably heard about this in case you're listening at some future date where this is no longer. Relevant will always be relevant which is very possible in the world that we live in relevant really taught like state history in fourth grade like us history in fifth grade. Game stop is going to be sixth grade now. Games history and game. stop history. i really did. That's the world we're living in and that would be fantastic. But the likelihood is this might become irrelevant a lot quicker than i think it will but anyway we can talk about it and it's great. Okay here's the thing about it. Quick quick quick summary. Just in case you don't know what's going on Basically these hedge funds which are giant corporations that put billions maybe even trillions of dollars into the stock market. Their only goal is to make more money from the stock market with the money that they have a one percent in bess yet but one percent of the one percents what happens. There is people who are high up and have a lot of money to us and have a lot of money to invest. We'll hire the hedge funds. Give their money to the hedge funds so that the headphones are just a pool of all this money to make more money because it works better when you all do it together also you can influence marketplace if you control that sort of money. Which is what they tried to do with game. Stop rate is they. Put out these beds. They can make money if they're if they think stock is going down like a company is going bankrupt. They can put out Basically bets right. We'll we'll say that their beds That that stock is gonna fall and the more risky. Their bets are The more possible returned. They make so and like they're pretty good at this right so it's not like they don't have knowledge on how this works like this. How they make their money. Yeah so they're constantly doing this. Let's not like a one time thing. Like i think we'll see this again yet. They do this all the time and not just headphones either of the short stocks. And that's and that's totally allowed. But what happens is when a hedge fund does it. It has a big influence because a lot of people trust those hedge funds and so the hedge funds will put out shorts. And they'll say yeah haywar betting that's what it's called. The short is they're betting the stock is gonna down and that in itself actually drives the stock price down because people like oh. They're betting that it's going to go down. I better cell and like it's a pretty big thing that drives that price down but then some random people basically started being like. Hey you know what. I don't actually think game stuff is going to go down that much like they're not going to go bankrupt. They're not going like as bad as these hedge funds are saying like this will doing so they bought some stock. Didn't go down as much as they thought they were going to. So these hedge funds were like. Oh that's not good. It's short it again to drive the price down again and make people scared again. Keep going they did the so much that basically in the end they promised by more stock then exists. Some guy noticed that on the internet on read it and said bunk. You guys watch this and then basically organized where it's called a short squeeze which is a normal thing that happens in the stock market as well just not to this extent usually And decided if he buys enough of these stocks then these hedge funds who have now made these bets and made these promises to buy the stocks that really low prices are going to have to buy the stock out whatever the price is when they have to buy and so if they can inflate the stock price these hedge funds half to buy at that price and they can make some serious money off of it so this read it for him. Called wall street bets gets wind of this idea and goes crazy on it right. They just they they go insane and they buy so much. Game stopped at a artificially inflates the price of this stock past like to a ridiculous amount for eighty three. Yeah the the high four eighty three like realistically game stop shouldn't be more than like ten. Twenty maybe mass of the latest like that most financial institutions They re they raised from three to ten in the past week. Mary go ten okay..
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"Of our podcast whose name i am forgetting right now. The fonsi with down and is it. That's what it is. Welcome back to that as a going back. So we got a pretty good episode We got some good responses from you. guys you got some good questions. Were excited about them. And yet we are going to start it off We've got a little things we're talking about. We've been thinking about one thing. I did a thing. I'm gonna tell you but i think i did what i do. I decided to online community and that is a verb now. So i don't know pandemic and stuff. A lot of people have been saying they've been finding a lot of health and social media. We were talking to my sociology class about social media. And about how like it. Actually there's a lot of benefits until like socially from it i. I don't know. I've always liked branded myself as like a hater of social media. But i gotta tell you i am loving tiktok and now i'm kinda starting to love others I'm seeing the benefits. I might have to reevaluate my worldview when it comes to social media. There's some good stuff going on there. So what i did was. Y'all know how much i love john. Green and hank green. They're they're my very favorite people. And so i went online and i found some read it of like john and hank green fan club. They're called nerd fighters. Okay please. don't judge us. It's a it's a thing it's a thing that's called that anyway. I went onto this forum. And read it and i found this discord server that they had created Like just twenty people and they were like we're just trying to you know have social lives during pandemic so anybody who wants to join in and like hooked on there and i've just been. It's just been this random going. Yeah the others like twenty people on there. There's a couple more that joined like every day this point and it's just people talking about things they like and the thing is there They they all came from the same place. they're all john and hand green fans as like rap. And so the thing that. I'm thinking about this the reason i want to share this is because it's kinda cool 'cause the internet i'm just starting to realize has created a way for people to make friends that they like. Choose that you choose the friends that have similar interests in you. I'm finding these people who are like talking about things that i'm like. Oh my gosh yeah you guys get it that that everybody else kinda hates me or judges like i. There's certain things that i wouldn't. I'm not explain it. Point is internet makes it possible to make friends based on similar interest in a way. That's never been possible before like before it was like okay. Your friends are like by proximity. Unlike that's just how it is like you have a limited choice of who is going to be in your life so you make friends with those people in your life which is also good. That's also very important. I don't know if there's a good thing or bad thing. But i think it's interesting kinda cool in my brain at least right now that the internet allows you to do that. Played a dating to like. There's online dating now. You're dating pool is a lot bigger. Is that good. Is that bad. I don't know any thoughts concerns me. Is that people are gonna stop making friends with those who have different ideas than them. Ed yeah exactly. that's yeah. Yeah that's what i was thinking too. That's the only negative. I consider lis- with you do see with social media. All the time is people just read in listen to the stories of people who already agree with them. Just talked to the same people who already agree with them. That's kind of life is to do that any making friends in general as well. Maybe that's true but maybe it's true know so the question is does the internet make that more of a problem or is it actually making it less of a problem like making more. I don't. I don't act accessible on i. I really think it's honestly i think it's gonna drive it further apart. I think we'll have more opinions out there and more opinions accepted. But i think they'll be less crossover. Dumb exempts yeah. Like yeah it does. It does make sense. So i think you can find a community like online people civil of similar beliefs right but i don't think it's a bad thing i really don't so i guess it it depends on all of us to and i don't know we've we've talked about this before and i brought it up about a book i've read but upbringing up again. That talks pretty in depth about this. It's called a beautifully foolish endeavor. It's actually by hank. Green couples urkel. the talks. A lot about this idea of whether the internet is gonna drive us apart polls together. We don't have good answers but the book is a good read but Makes me a if we do have say in it at least those of us who are aware of this idea and it's important for us to understand what's going on. Maybe the the goal is just get on there and choose to read other people's opinions right. Choose fine does yeah. 'cause they're out there. The internet has made them accessible at least so that is an option. Now that wasn't available before the internet to go read all these different stories in all these different experiences. He's gotta choose to look for them. Yeah maybe that's it so it will be interesting to see where we on the next ten fifteen whatever years. I'm thinking lot about it because this discord thing could allied afghans. I got a robot this week. Gay did a little roomba. It's pretty fun. Keeps our house clean. My sister said our floor has never been as clean as it was today. So i guess is still something right. That's that's awkward.
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"Isaac felt like he should reach out to somebody else is my reaching out any less valid. No like it's just like different. People can feel inspired to reach up different people right right and so like if you fill out wailing his somebody up. Call him text them. You know we have so many different ways. Write a freaking lauder mean. Yeah yeah okay saying On that note actually. And i don't want this podcast to just be like lake Overly religious or anything. Right something that i have been doing for the last couple of weeks and and if this works for you and if you You know if you if you believe in god if you if you pray Or if you want to hear if he wanted to pray and want to. Like hear. God's voice kind of you know what i mean. You're looking for answers in that way. You know what. I found the last couple of weeks. Is that one of the prayers that is so quickly answered for me and for other people is when you kneel down and just ask god who can i help today. Who should i reach out to lake. Names come to mind so quickly. And i just an experience and i.
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"That protectiveness or whatever that being hero for true love you know when when people fall for you or when you fall for somebody because they're nice you because there i don't know anyway it's not always bad not saying that i'm just saying that's what i thought this story was and it seemed a little bit too cliche annoying and not what i was looking for. You know what i mean. Okay well that was not the case. The story book was amazing. First of all gusts the main character. Dude guy was not Not just like perfect human being hero like he. He just wasn't. He seemed like a normal dude which surprised me right off the bat but what surprised me also more was. The hazel also was like a normal girl. It was not just a book about her. Feeling sad for yourself about cancer and everything. Although there was the and that's understandable lincoln normal but she was like there. It was about her life and her person. I'm just saying i if there's anybody who like me after. Seven years has not not jumped on the vulner- stars bandwagon Please jump on it because it will it it. That was life changing. That book was so good. Does characters were so good without the whole cancer story or anything that added to but that didn't it wasn't necessary to love the characters interesting. they're just good people. I loved it to sam. Wanted to Review that book real quick and it. No it is not just this book about victims and heroes and the boy who saves the girl and all that much more complicated good book now. I'll probably read that one of these days straight. You should really should win these days. So oh yes so next thing. We want to talk about so this is just something that i think is good to be reminded over a is like especially right now like winter months. Statistically are harder for people. it's just a proven thing specially in utah right. Here we go with. The light is going to be a rough winter like it was getting dark today. Early and like makes with kovin in and of itself is a recipe for disaster like mental health. Wise meant yeah mental twice and so this is just like one of those things where like just reach out somebody. You know what i mean like. It's important to reach out to people and like for me sometimes. I don't reach people. Because i'm like well if they wanted to talk to me that reject me okay but sometimes i really think my thing. Is you this sometimes. What people need to reach out. You need you to reach out to them right right sometimes. You people aren't gonna reach out to you. Like let's say i felt like i should reach isaac isaac felt like he should reach out to somebody else is my reaching out any less valid. No like it's just like different. People can feel.
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"So first of all. We're gonna i talk about. We're gonna play that clip bizarre sunan. And then we'll just go from there to break right now here. Is sarah telling us about strangers. How they are. Awesome isaac allan. This is sarah. This is one of my story because these messages can only be a minute long so i recently spent a month in the netherlands. I was supposed to move there. And when i first got there i was in quarantine for two weeks and is very strict so i had to ordering groceries and when the deliveryman came to the door i came out with my credit card. Because that's what i thought was going to happen. But apparently in the netherlands. You use a bank card. You're doing a bank transfer. Every time you make transaction and i didn't know that but also if i even had known that i couldn't register to bank because i couldn't register at the city because i had to be in quarantine for two weeks and so i was sort of stuck in a no win situation and we tried everything we tried different payment options like loopholes and he had to call back so he was calling back to his office in became clear that i was not going to be able to get these groceries and he looked at me and he said. Do you have any food. And i said no. I don't have any food. And by this point i was almost in tears. And he's like okay. He's like. I'll i can pay for groceries. I'm like oh my gosh like you don't have to. I like how can i pay you back in so then we tried to figure that out when we were trying to figure that out he was telling me a story he's a. He was a turkish emigrant. He came over with his father from turkey during the huge push for turks to come to the netherlands and he was saying that when he arrives. The dutch weren't very. They're very kind people he was saying but they're not exactly the most financially kind people. There's a reason there's the phrase for paying. Everyone for themselves is called going dutch so after he tells me this story of who he is and why he wants to be kind to me. Because i was an american immigrant which we discussed. This has been half an hour by now and he finally. He's like no all just pay for them. It'll be fine like you don't have to pay me back and i'm like oh my gosh like i have to pay you back. I'm like okay. I have a little bit of cash. I'm like i can. I can pay for about half of it with cash. And he's like okay. He's like he's like. That's that's fine and so i i run upstairs and get my cash. I go back out to him. I give it to him. And i said how. Can i get you the rest of this payment. And he said he's a don't worry about it said. Just pray for me. And i'm sure it'll all work out in the afterlife and that was one of the sweetest things and i needed right at that moment. So.
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"Know, some some guy off being abusive to to his family or to his wife and kid in public and seeing how people react to that like, sometimes they get pretty intense other other times. They can be like somebody it looks like somebody getting kidnapped or something. Yeah, you know, they they create intense situations to see how people would react but these are just real people real hidden camera. Yeah and off. Every time I watch that show and I love watching it because every time I watch it, it makes me feel like yes, people are good. It's not actually like how you see it on T. Yeah, where where every kind of stands around and just does nothing says nothing watches bad things happen and doesn't speak. Oh true and that never how the show actually goes. So when it's in when it's reality off, there are always people there who are willing to do the right thing you are willing to speak up and that's pretty amazing. So I love watching that show cuz it shows the strange and it's always strangers right? It's always four strangers and it's always by strangers strangers doing good things for strangers while that's pretty damn cool. Yeah. So ten out of ten would recommend. What would you do? Yeah. Hopefully you enjoyed learning about strangers and like our birthday Tom and like yeah, so we want to hear from you guys. So if you have any like wholesome stories about like people strangers not strangers, whatever would love to hear him. So yeah, just just good uplifting stories about people being good know we're looking for right now. So that was another episode of took it down and Isaac make sure you like and follow and Link, please share if you really enjoy a podcast on your social media. I really helps so Again, we are going to put on a new episode every two weeks. So next week, we won't have one but the week after we should have won. This is what we're doing. You know, what we're doing right now. What were committing we're making a promise I get a promise to our listeners birthday party two weeks from now, we're going to have a guest star on the show. Okay? Okay, because we have people that we need to reach out to you want to come on down. We're just we keep getting to like Wednesday before and we're like, well, I guess it's just us again because we didn't plan well, so I'm promising this now so that we're going to do this. Well have a good week get out there and vote off. We'll see you next week two weeks two weeks. Correct Ariel still weeks. Hey,.
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"Welcome back to another episode where so excited it's been two weeks we need some intro music. Do you feel that? I'm kind of that car sale. We got that car center the beginning but like while we're talking, we need like some some. Get excited Muzak some smooth jazz deputy for some smooth jazz upcoming podcasts everyone. Anyway. We'll come back to another episode the fancy. Rebelling Isaac. It's been a little while. It's certainly has, and that is definitely our fault yet we first of all, thank you everybody. We have actually gotten a lot of messages and feedback from people who have missed US the last couple of weeks asking us to. Why we're not doing an episode and saying that they miss are episodes that actually makes me really happy. Thank you for your support like also sorry for letting you down. But I've I've been surprised by the amount of people who noticed that we stopped recording podcasts and said something about it, and that actually makes me feel good. So thank you first of all, for that, reaching out to US sporting US liking us. When to be better at supporting our own podcast. I feel like you guys are much better at. Like spreading it, I don't know that's the only way podcast spreads anyway is by the word of mouth and telling your friends about it like we're not even promoting her own podcast we need to be better that, but we really appreciate all of your support. So thank you. Yeah, we got really really busy. With school and work in life and. It's it's tough. It's tough recording every week to find new things to talk about. I don't know I don't think that's true. We've got a hold John Norris list of stuff to talk about. Like we have we've got plenty to talk about we're not GONNA get through. Yeah. I. Don't know I just don't go weeks and weeks stuff to talk about. I think I think it's kind of. Me Well I don't know this is what this is. My wh I mean we tried to record last week and we had a huge list of stuff to talk about interesting topics topics that the. I mean I was excited to talk about, but it just felt fake. When was tried to record it, we tried to record a few different podcasts actually last week like multiple different episodes with multiple different topics and stuff, and it just felt forced and not authentic, and I think at least for me that's probably because of I just wasn't a good mental state to be recording podcast. It just felt fake it wasn't what I wanted to be. Talking about kind of a lot of other stuff going on in my life. And so yeah, just listening to the recordings we're making just seemed. Lame. Wasn't excited about him. Yeah. But now we're back. So hopefully, today will be a good episode. Yeah definitely. So we've decided that we are going to start quitting podcast every other Thursday for a couple reasons. First reason we could make it. I'm hoping we can have really really good episodes. Right? We can work on it a little bit more spunky. We already got good episodes. Reeling really good episode there. There's some things we want to talk about that. We don't have time during the week to research lake that we'd like more time to kind of prepare and stuff, but we feel like we can't and we just go with something that's a little bit easier because we haven't had time to to research and prepare. So yes, you're right you're right and so and to like school and work it's just really busy right now. So every other Thursday that's what we're going to switch to. And we're going to commit to that would definitely doing that. You can rely on that. So every other Thursday. Yeah. So every other Thursday and then that's going to be US talking and then every once in a while in another episode where it's like I guess that's what I'm thinking. So every every other Thursday, you're gonNA hear US talking. And randomly not very consistent. But just when we're filling guest at, yeah we've got some people who wanna come on in who WanNa talk about different things with us and we're really excited about it. But again, we need a little bit more time to kind of get that prepared just just between the two of us the this is become a lot of work that. Two weeks will help us to get better quality episodes out. So with that being said, we are now start into the topics that we want to talk about this week. GonNa get got a lot I. We're GONNA go and. Talk about procrastination. which is something we have dealt with very much. I mean I guess that's of why we didn't really have. The last two weeks. Recorded 'cause we cause of procrastination knowing how to deal with that I mean Kinda last we sat here on Wednesday night recording. We could not record. Okay. Two reasons we haven't really recorded one procrastination and then to 'cause. We were not in a mental state to record as of last week there were there were two different things, right so so that's actually are two topics that we want to talk about today is I will talk about the procrastination, which is what led us to not record two weeks ago, and then we'll move into authenticity and talking about what's been honest with yourself and all that kind of stuff, which is what led us to not record last week. Yeah. Yeah. So first of all procrastination..
"isaac" Discussed on Donuts and Devos
"Our story was really interesting today. That poor servant had a lot of responsibility placed on him. He had to find just the right wife for isaac. So what did he do. He prayed yes he asked god to show him who should become isaac's wife and the servant was pretty specific too so he wouldn't choose the wrong girl. He asked and trusted that. God would show him the right person and god did. The servant had faith in god entrusted in him as we too need to always do our memory. Verse today reminds us that we need to go to the lord in prayer faithfully trusting god to answer our prayers in his perfect way. Can you share whatever today matthew twenty one verse twenty two says and whatever you ask him prayer you will receive if you have faith thank you. Yes and we're gonna learn this today for our memory. Verse and.
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"The goal the a I can then studied this person every person individually and people as a whole with all the information coming into it from facebook and decide what things. Result in a certain consequence. So the question that the program of the I ask answer is, what is our goal? What do we want this ai to try to do? You could say you want to give people the most popular videos or whatever. But that's not gonNA work either. Necessarily because if you just give popular videos You'RE NOT GONNA get any of the. Controversial ones because half the population. On any controversy is GONNA hate that video. While the other half is going to like the video. So that doesn't really work. But if you just go with wants to get the most comments or something or the ones that get the most likes or shares or whatever. And you're trying to share those as much as possible. Then you risk only getting the controversial things because people to comment and share more on things that they're angry about or have strong opinions about and you're not GonNa get anything else on social media. Things that are in we're talking we're talking facebook. This is just the Isaac understanding of the topic. Point is. What they've decided, what these programmers have decided for these algorithms is that the goal is to maximize the amount of time that you're on your device on their APP. And so. The AI looks at what links, what shares, what things it can put on your screen. That will. Do they have resulted in the past in you spending more time on the APP, and that will probably in the future result in spending more time in the APP can do that a lot better than human humans, camera guests that stuff. But Anyway, I can just take that data and use it right. So if that's what the is doing which it is. Is a couple of things. Number one a person at this point doesn't even know anymore have a is deciding what to send to people to make them spend more time. There's no no output that the I here's all these variables in. Here's what I'm using. Our decided to send Isaac a video about Dr Phil today those and it turns in like a person doesn't know that's happening the computer does, but it's too complex for a person to take that data out. So at this point, the his program itself too much for personal, you will understand it. Is. Acceptable interesting stuff. Hope. So hope you like it. So, what their results in. As the fines if you're clicking if you're hovering over. Controversial things if you're interacting with controversial things more if you're. Like an okay. Here's why not just controversial things it's controversial things that you agree with. Or things it are likely to make you mad or want to comment something but you're not getting stuff from the other side because stuff from the other side score right past it. Right you. You're. You're sick of that and you don't want that. You WanNa share the stuff that you agree with and so. facebook seeing that these people respond positively to all things that they already like and so it just keeps feeding you more stuff that you like because that's what's going to get you spending more time on the APP. And so now facebook is turned into. One giant bias affirming filter where you can get on facebook and you can come off facebook one, hundred percent believing that everybody else you know and everybody around you believes the exact same as you do and that such a dangerous way of doing the world..
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"Get into some harder questions because we have this desire to just be consistent to not look like hypocrites to always come try to be the same person. When we're around other people, we answer those questions, symphony personality tests. Once once we start defining ourselves by. Some personalities some dude invented the is. Like has no actual scientific base in anything. then. We become that because we don't want to change your mind. So we become less likely to change your minds as the true with labels general once we'd label ourselves anything we are way less likely to your mind I. Think we need way. Less, that way as a society. Okay. So I was just thinking about why you're saying that. But humans always need to label things right I. think that's human nature to explain that is also human nature. We categorize everything good point so like I agree the science behind him as kind of flawed and like people change and you should identify but like. I kinda think. That people are GonNa like try to label themselves regard. Yeah, we always try to label ourselves and that's probably true human nature trail to explain these. So, maybe it's not. I'm with you. I'm defining yourself by the labels. Okay. Not being willing to change. Yeah. You can label yourself as long as you understand that those labels are fluid. Yeah I. I would not ski. Okay. Okay. That's a good point I like that. So Maybe taking your personality test every day no actually personality tests are. Now you can find other labels personnel because I'm still opposed to frontier personnel just fine. Go for the result seriously no. Just don't let them define who you are if you don't WanNa be that way. Okay that's my. That's my thought. Okay. All right. I like that that's that's less. Scorched Earth. Absolute Only the fifth deal and absolutes. Sorry. came. From on my instagram lately, I've been getting a lot of random star wars means I. don't even like Star Wars she's the Ven Diagram of Star Wars. encoders is just a circle. The and what coders coders. Gosh. That's why thinks that I like star it's a circle that there are no overlapping areas out of certain percent circle I'm on the outer edge of that. nope. You're. Now in the circle, my instagram thinks I am not just getting star wars memes, which is not not a Fan Star Trek means please send them my way. Whatever Star? Trek. And philosophers are the circle star, wars coders or the other circle. Thank you for knowing the Star Trek and philosophers are the same circle. I understand that now you're better. Dang right. So under our next topic and it's kind of silly honestly. But not not silly nobody. silly. You're silly. Whatever But It's about grass when talking about grass and yes I do mean the type going outside on your lawn unless you're Isaac who does not have X. Well, I have grads writing. Actually I guess I don't have guys right now I live in an apartment complex that's not my grass somebody else's problem somebody else's moral failing to society. You can say you're still paying that grass..
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"That's another key. Yes. So if you have ideas or thoughts or suggestions or whatever he definitely send him in, we love to hear that sort of stuff. So either on the anchor page or any like the social media, just text us. So and speaking of messages. We actually got a message this week last week. Sometime, we've got a couple. So we're going to play one of them. First and then we'll talk about it right after this from our friend, Brixton? Yes, and he didn't. Say, he's sending this message just to us, but we liked it so much that we're like yo can replace this on the podcasts so. It's more like directed at us, and that's why bite where it's such a good message you guys got to listen to it. Okay I was super huge. You're in podcasts and disagreements and I feel like I had a really cool I. Kind of in your like understanding. And I'm not quite sure how riveting my mind get so. That's why I didn't type this up. I'm just GonNa Kinda. Let my stocks go and see if I can. Describe this. Is Really. Cool. It was bland. Isaac was talking about. His mission campaign. A Long. Thank you. Call Them John. And how because we're always on the opposite sides. And how you always argue. Until you compromise and you'd never have one person right? One person wrong. And then like other times when I've talked I. He's always you've always said like. There seemed to always be two sides there have to be two sites everything. and. I. Just kind of had a realization that there really are two sides to everything but the reason for that. Like. There's But Conservatives and Liberals Republicans and Democrats because each one has a corolla to play and it's really important that they play that role. Like the Republicans always make sure that the economy. is like running back just like improving in general.
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"Welcome back to another episode of the front seat with down and Isaac and on today's podcast. We are going to talk about something that you probably have heard a lot about these past couple of days. So we're going to talk about black lives matter because they do. Yep, we feel like we can't right now. I would feel guilty honestly talking about anything else like this is what's going on in the world. So what's going on in the news? We don't know if we're qualified to talk about it. No, in fact, we know we're not allowed to talk about it. There's actually but we want to just put it out there. This is we're just getting our opinion. This is just us our thoughts that are subject to change definitely but that's what we're gonna be talking about today. Yeah, we've been we've been talking about doing this episode. I think pretty much since we've started something along those lines, but now it's kind of reached a point where We have to talk about it. Yeah, definitely. Hi there Alan Isaac from the future here. We just wanted to add her original disclaimer after we recorded this episode. We probably misspoke in a few places. It's very possible. This issue is very sensitive and and difficult and as has been previously stated. I'm not the first to say this it is hard for us is white people talk about race and it sometimes comes out awkwardly and I'm sure both of us misspoke at some point, but we want to post this without any editing or anything like that. Just genuinely month..
"isaac" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac
"Into into like more more like trailers and cars like short clips if you don't have like good 30 seconds. Right and I get scared of scripting because I think actually I think what I think it's not actually that I was turned off to the idea of marketing. I think it's more that I was afraid of the idea scripting. Yeah, it took me a while to realize that did like get that in my head. But I guess I'm afraid of scripting is I think our conversations are so cool because like just go cuz they just go and off and like you were saying this conversation that we've had about this. It's not over yet. We're not done figuring this out how we're supposed to go with this podcast. But like it took us a couple days. We had to process video. I think this through right? I think that's how long conversations go. We don't agree on a lot of things but we we sit and we like think it through and we talked it through and as we bounce ideas off each other we kind of Come Away with a better understanding overall. Oh, yeah, no matter what no matter what well like we we talked about this honestly for a couple of days and I think by the end we kind of realized we were both saying the same thing. It was just my perspective. I was focusing more on the marketing on the making it seem more like accessible accessible. That's a good word more accessible where Isaac was wanting it more like a fantic and like just true to us how we really are but at the same thing we were saying the exact same thing that neither one of us wants to stray from who we really are right we clearly had the same idea. We just had different perspectives and different focus and different realities like a month. And so that was that was interesting so that kind of changed my opinion a little bit on like that really like it was interesting cuz we were talking about like what we wanted and we had that was a perfect example..
"isaac" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"So I'm grateful in that specific way you know for for my. Sort of self possession as a single person, but. Is it something I? Do think relationship something you pine for or like you will want I mean that's such a weird. How do you know how you will change in the future? No I certainly I mean especially now that it's becoming clear that. Some of our prime years are spent indoors like a sort of sickly Agatha Christie character I just. You know I I'm very close to putting an Afghan just over the lower half of my body for. Each day I. You know I do pine for that I long for that and I would like to. I would like to grow and evolve into someone who who? Can can make space in their life for someone, and can and can take take shape around someone as well, but I know the poetry of Isaac Oliver. Isaac Talk I'm like I know. Write it down. Take shape around someone I'm like. Done me queen. Because as I've gotten older, so many friends who are in open relationships or some variant around that and not just gay couples, but straight couples to and I. And I I for the longest time I was like. Oh, I could never do that. I could never imagine that and and I still kind of land in that field, but I also think well I don't know I mean as opposed to having some sort of space where I wanna shove someone into will. But. But I think like. And maybe this is a romantic notion, and will lead to twenty more years of being single I. Think I'd rather meet someone and see what shape they take in my life as opposed to trying to hammer them into something. But here's the. Yeah about how you know you. Do get nervous talk even though it's again like I I'm joking, but at the same time it's like to me. You are Saad. You are so to talk to, and you speak so easily that I'd never met. tongue-tied version! You. Say when you go online. You know gives you a little bit of freedom. Like control the Combo. You're sending the messages. You can get that part, but then do you find once you meet the person? In real life, as a result of you know, having that chat are using looser when you meet them or do you get kind of tongue tied again? Does the walls Komo wits? It's a whole. I try to meet. I do think an IRA meeting is is should happen fairly quickly like I've I've I have? Shamefully you know fallen into even even in my wizened state. You know in my in my mid to late thirties like I. Thought? I was smarter than this even last year this happened, but those situations where you just text and text and text someone and you haven't met yet, and then you meet, and it's an entirely different energy. I'm really good at I'm really good at the first few dates like I'm I'm good at that and because I. do like talking and I like getting to know someone and I feel you know okay like flirting or whatnot, but it's that. It's. It's it's. Kind of. More. I don't know the shape shifting. Fourth Fifth Sixth States and And where I really why are they shaped? Well sick? There's no. Once you get past the third date. It's now. What do we do? Yeah, there's just a there's What do we do? Okay well. We sleep together we. I know I I do that there. There is a woodland creature aspect to me I do, and it is i. mean he actually used the right words? It's the snatching up of it I. Really Begin to feel I feel take saved from the clutches of this killer. Yeah, and it's it's very awkward to be a submissive with intense control issues like with tense like like it's like I. Want you to dominate me, but I also don't ever WanNa. Lose a modicum of control and that is. Right in. Your can auroras of top and bottom. Yeah, exactly heating itself. Oh God, yeah! No? Know talking with Isaac is the closest I think I get to thinking what the outcome roundtable is like. Yes, yes, yes, yes, serious she's. Yes. You are and or by Literati Friend Oh The person where I'm like. I'm smart. Now I'm smart now. Murderer and As a result of that conversation 'cause. It's more well not to like. Keep Not to be a smoke, a day and blow smoke up your pay. Let me get let me get. One Sex But it is you know you put it together like we have the same references, but I'll go off into like some weird philosophical round, and you're like no I know how to make this eloquent and funny, whereas I'm just yelling about on or whatever fucking? Shit! Well, I appreciate you saying that because I don't know any philosophy and I. don't even I yeah. You've got me speechless. Which? The days do as well. On that do you WanNa? Take a break and come back and answer some listener questions absolutely ready to handle your scandal.
"isaac" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Isaac more variety. You know, for three my them like a small boat, sending big ways. Most like This is my And friends and I'm chasing everybody's work two years. Just five. This's my Like a small On the ocean, sending big waves into motion. Like how you make a hard.
"isaac" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Yeah because I believe and that gets into like my own selfishness and what my belief is but I wouldn't leaving God who's asked me to do that right but I think there's a different been weaned and if you look culturally the time kids were often not waned until they were ten or twelve years old which is a I'm out for that long amount of time six feet and so and I also like that what it says about Isaac so there's always a part of me that likes always reconciled for a long time that he is are you looking for a new job are you frustrated by the lack of options you shouldn't have to choose between a traditional job and personal life belay provides opportunities for talented proven professionals to work from anywhere giving them greater freedom in their life and work we hear podcasts meagrely we know oh just how amazing is as the company because we use them to Har- are fantastic previous virtual assistant rain with an and we use them to harm the newest entire team are wonderful virtuous Cristiana with to US belay is looking for executive assistance but keepers and webmaster support their clients giving you the Alexa ability you need to live and work on your own terms from the comfort of your own home while there may be a lot of yet is out there she's the not so helpful matchmaker from fiddler on the roof by the way belay needed to matching the best people together they carefully consider our requirements and they literally found us the perfect fit for all of our needs at the podcast blatant goes beyond the matching process when they paired us with Cristiana to as they set us both up for success and taught us how to work together with team check INS and video calls the truly are the fairy godmother when resources changing our lives for the better you'll connect with other like minded people sir fast pace organizations across the United States and make a money all while achieving balance.