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Fresh update on "neil" discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

03:09 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "neil" discussed on Other People's Shoes

"You've got to put the work in the other one was. Would you say the hard work. Will they smart play hard. Play together alone. i love the place more. Play hard play together. I'll just do the together when real quick together aprista messes this past wednesday called stronger together. I had repeated over and over and over and over again stronger together. We are stronger together. I believe that. I had a big huge football player. Come up on stage. And i gave him a big old pack. It was a copy. There's about three hundred pieces of copy paper in it. And i asked i got the tiniest little bitty girl she choose about this base you said. I don't play any sports. I'm i'm happy about not being tough. I gave her wants you to paper. And i told her to rip it and i had him trying to rip the other one. And here's what. I said like these sheets of paper were frail. Were easily ripped apar- but you us together. You put us together. And the strongest man. The room can't tariffs apart. Somebody in your love that knows everything about you. At least one person one person that knows everything about you. The book will help you do that. Bond somebody you trust go through with them and then you need a board of directors. I say this all the time. You need a board in three or four people. Maybe five at the most who are going to coach you. You're going to run stuff. Bob with your marriage of business your house your finances people are going to walk with you and make sure that you're successful because look we're stronger together. It's scientifically proven spiritually. It's proven as well and the other thing is be smart low or hit my head against the wall so many times people say what's the best way to learn while i learned by hitting my head right. That's not the best way to learn right. But here's the thing is be careful. The bible says prudence is the beginning of wisdom right being careful being cautious. Being smart to me is is really slowing down about choices that you make now. Whatever you do you go hard at it. You give it everything you got but listen. There's nothing wrong with saying. Hey neil i'm sure email neil neil god is telling me this guy's doing this in my life. What are your thoughts on that. Can i get some feedback. You know smart is asking for help. This morrison in the world have great men around them. You could take five people that you spend the most time around in your life and the some of that is who you are and the some of that is you're going to be in five years basically we're all the same people except for the places we go the books we read and in the people that we meet in the next five years. That's we're going to be the people right and so it's so important to have good smart people around. I really think that together in the smart thing go together you got to have those so praise. God for dean. Smith is good coach. Helping me out on the dean smith. You can go check out his book by the way. The carolina way on our website books that we love just right below that by the way so if you keep scrolling down on our website you're gonna see mundanity. I just. I just want to put that down there little books that i love. I think you should actually be number one. But you know that's between the laura towards the top. Don't worry don't fret is nobody takes to top spot. Steve spent than roy williams. Their books are available on on books. That i love so checked out i ran out. Opiates podcast dot.

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"neil" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:11 min | 3 d ago

"neil" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Neil Sperry, Texas Gardening is presented by your North Texas hardware dealers, and that's not just one hour but both hours, so stop in and tell them. Thanks. Aces the place with the helpful hardware folks. And now here's Neil. All right. Thank you very much to be welcome to our second hour for this Saturday afternoon. Lovely Saturday. Lovely week we've had I hope that you will get in the habit of Tuning us in every Every assert. I never got my text sent to my pastor with my suggestion for a topic for the Anyway thinking out loud there. I will get that done. Um, Hope will be a regular part of your Saturday afternoons as we talk gardening, and I hope you'll stop in at the Ace Hardware store down the street from and let me know that you're listening. They all participate in this and I thank them for that, Um The I don't have a question of the week right now really don't have anything that is just a burning question. A lot of lawns are turning Brown and not looking too great right now. Part of that is because they have dried up. It's gotten drive he hadn't noticed. Some lawns. Some areas have had good rain. Farther south, you go the more rain they've had, but But other areas are very, very dry. And there has been quite an influx of armyworms a week or two ago, and they will strip the The blades off Bermuda grass, and so if you have Bermuda grass, and you find that you just have wiry stems left out there that maybe what happened? It's a good idea to fertilize your lawn with an all nitrogen, high quality fertilizer with 30 35% of that nitrogen is slow release form and then water it in well and and the grass will rebound pretty quickly. So that would be, I guess. Maybe a fairly common question for this time of year and responsible will just give that attribution to whiskey Stone since 1983 the experts at whose you stone have been fulfilling dreams of people like Neil Right and left. All the time. I love this place, and it's so much fun to tell you about it. I met my cuisine and when I was doing my all Texas All Gardens show at the Arlington Convention Center. It's been 30 years ago, I guess, and he and his young son, Derek, came in to bring stone to the exhibitors. They were using his stone in their in their booths to landscape. And I said, Well, who is that guy and I went over to see what is you stone right after that, and have been a very faithful customer, and also a very proud advertiser for them. Ever since you love this place 22 acres inside, you'll be greeted when you go in there in their sales building and you'll be helped. They have really hopeful sales staff will take you around. Show you the different stone stone for every purpose in your landscape, whether you're putting in a petty or drive or whether you're putting in a walkway whether you need a retaining wall whether you just want decorative stone. Maybe the river rock like I mentioned to Chris for For a retaining area of a bed. Maybe you need decorative gravel. Uh, you could also get boulders. Maybe you're building a, for example, a fountain all of that available to you at whose Q stone. Now they're open Monday through Saturday. Not open on Sundays. So make note of the address and head on out right now, if you if you're out and about they are a destination place to go. They deliver anywhere You can hear me. So if you can't go today go another day. 45 Oh, one east Loop 8 20 South 4501 East. Lupe 20 south in South East Fort Worth, 81742908 22 8174290822. Whiz. I thank you dot com. That's where skew Stone Hi. I'm Mandy from human Ace Hardware and Fort Worth. Come see us in the garden Center for all your plants, pottery and decor. Count on us for friendly service you can trust Ace.

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Justices Blast Texas Abortion Ruling

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Justices Blast Texas Abortion Ruling

"All four dissenting judges justices filed opinions. Some scathing against the majority's refusal to block that texas law that virtually bands abortion chief justice. John roberts who joined the court's three liberals wrote quote the statutory scheme before the court is not only unusual but unprecedented end quote justice. Sonia so to my order was much more direct quote saying quote a majority of justices have opted to bury their heads in the sand. She goes on to say it cannot be the case that a state can evade federal judicial scrutiny. By outsourcing the enforcement of unconstitutional laws to its citizenry with us again. I kneel cocktail department of justice veteran and former acting solicitor general during the obama administration. He argued dozens of cases before the united states supreme court. Neil good to see you. Thank you for being with us. We need your clarity on this. What did chief justice john roberts in describing this as unusual and unprecedented the bottom line is the supreme court basically gave a thumbs up to the overruling of roe versus wade so abortion clinics as of yesterday in texas are essentially closed to all patients. And what the court west texas yesterday can be enacted tomorrow in other states in deed will other states Code already Said they're gonna try to enact such legislation and so with the chief justice was referring to was. This is a really weird. Texas scheme outlawed abortion after six weeks effectively. But it said the state isn't gonna enforced instead. It created vigilante justice. Any private citizen could sue anyone. Who's helping anyone get an abortion so if you'd like take an uber to the ocean clinic this law said you can the uber driver and sue them anywhere in texas including far away from their homes and seek ten thousand dollars in damages against them plus attorneys

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Who Are the Belarusian Cyber Partisans?

Risky Business

02:22 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Are the Belarusian Cyber Partisans?

"The first place. I want to talk about these actually. From patrick neil at mit technology review. And i think he's written probably one of the stories here About the cyber partisans in belarus. These this is the group that claimed to be hacktivists. Who ex filled a whole bunch of Data that's critical to the functioning of the belarusian. Sort of security apparatus and. Yeah he's got he's got right up really talking about this group. It's interesting stuff. Yes this is a really good return to the because we talked wasn't two or three weeks ago on the show win by. I started dropping some of the things that this group the partisans had hacked out the various interstate security apparatus in belarus. And this kind of goes back and looks at. That story has a bunch more details about kind of the makeup of the group They should be saying something. Like fifteen ish people bounce from the work in the tech industry and belarus in general and a few that have some sub security experience about what kind of learning to hack on the fly supported by a whole bunch of ex patriots involuntary ex patriot belarussian police and other state security people that fled the country after you know some of the bad things down in las relations and they end up providing support and gardens and analytics To help them go through. The process of making the most of the networks have a gangster. I think this kind of spitballing at times like it. Is this exactly what it sounds like. Is it really activists and local did initially talk about this. We came down on the side of well. This actually looks like it might be genuine kind of weird and it starts is to see some stories that back out that feel that we have at the time because we were going on. I'm pretty thin input at that at that point in the story but this is just an i was reading. This and i'm struck by this is like really walked inside a threat. Looks like you know we. We've seen so much has been made in writing about computer security over the you know the the dangers of insiders. This is really the in game of of insider when your own national government is using the people who work the mechanics of your national governments have security apparatus tuning against you and then using those tolls against the government and that's just a. That's inside three writ large and it's really interesting to see.

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"neil" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"neil" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To. Neil thomas the author of a terrific new book Not a big book. it's called taking leave of darwin. neil. I didn't mean to get you off on the subject of schliemann and his but i i'm interested in the invention his idea the trojan horse his idea and i literally read yesterday that somebody thinks they've found it seems preposterous to me would be made of wood and so on and so forth so i didn't mean to get you off on that i wanna talk more about your book unless you have something to say about the trojan horse cold with this is reputation as being a trixie kind of fellow that he would. You'd have that idea what doesn't seem to me. Totally perspicuous is that i understood that went schliemann excavated troy. He went down to deep. You didn't actually hit his proper. So where this whole says. I don't know. I haven't seen what you've seen but i will keep an eye out for that. It whole thing's crazy. We'll follow up on that just as a what an interesting. Yeah hoping to sell a few copies of your book because it was such a fun. Read for me. It's why i wanted to get you on here The book is taking leave of darwin. What made you think of writing an entire book on the subject. In other words this it's one thing to have some thoughts. It's another yes your neck out yes i understand. Wh what you mean. I think what what happened. I originally wrote an article which i submitted to journal new humanist in mumbai them and they were interested in but in the end they decided not to not to publish it because they said we'll take 'em we've taken advice from scientific colleagues and they say don't publish when i can imagine if if you're the guild of biologists who on homework yesterday they wouldn't take very timely to the to this kind of argument so what happened was that i kept on being interested in the subject still interested in an coming to to write a second book which we can talk about some of the time. Perhaps the so i i kept on working on it and they sort of ballooned so it came from an article. It became became a chop dozen two chapters and so on the rest is history. It it it it came from that point you think that there is an openness out there in the academy to rethinking darwin fundamentally because you go back in the book and you talk about with some of his earlier critics yes satellite. That was just dispensed with eventually. And then we've gotten onto the darwinist juggernaut do is an opening in these days to to rethink this or to be more critical of it. I would very much doubt it to be candid with you. I don't think that Somebody in my position without biological credentials would would be able to hack it where people far more a higher up in the biological hierarchy have written some of the things before under not been able to penetrate is Armagh this darwinian on the biologists way otherwise so it strikes me that anytime. One is not in a discipline. They seem to have a freedom that those in the discipline don't have in other words. Those in the discipline say no one who is not a tenured. Biologists in the academy can write down the subject and so in a way people outside the field can can sync within the freedom can think across disciplines and so they bring perspective to it that people deep in the field often. Don't have david berlin ski in someone else who's written brilliantly. He's also an agnostic. And you use have as you put it any skin in the game. You can look at it more freely without fear of triggering your colleagues in the department so to speak so one other thing i think is i mean i'm to some extent duplicating the point remai- but there's a great kind of disjunction between the biological of the docs on watch philosophers who Who who of a on analyzed this this subject how have come up with philosophers have tended to suggest that the there is no basis. I've more or less suggested i have suggested. I mean the peop- business on legendary british philosopher. Mary mitchly who was so was so. Dismissive of richard dawkins is calms conception about about memes and so on and much else. Besides that legend has it that richard conducive impelled to turn down a an invitation to appear with. Mary midgely on the same platform because he feared feed facing her over the breakfast table in in that conference. I mean the out sounds a bit. I mean it only a humorous point but all the point is this that there is a very radical disjunction between people like myself who look at it dispassionately. I'm like philosophers of a loss. I wouldn't philosopher a story anything and under biological contrary who else stick together and maintain the wnba party. Nine well again. I mentioned the david. Berlin ski also professor of law. Yes i often think that people outside a discipline can see things more clearly and can simply think without fear. And that's what. I think he's done in the book. It really is a terrific book. You're writing a is what recommends it most highly. I think that the u You right wonderfully you almost right in an english accent but not quote by us. We have thirty seconds. Tell us about the new book your writing in in just a few seconds. Well it's i tended to try drill down on some of the arguments is some of the themes that i've looked and and i'm playing with the title of darwin's theory theory evolution of a cosmic genetic myth. Which is kind of all march to my stanton's imagine yes nine. I just look. We'll have to have you back soon. If you don't mind taking leave of darwin. A terrific read by. Neil thomas neil.

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Why Is Fasting Bad for Menopause?

Ask The Health Expert

01:55 min | Last month

Why Is Fasting Bad for Menopause?

"Well. I don't think fasting is bad for menopause. In fact i would argue that. Menopausal women have this incredible advantage because they're not dealing with having monthly cycles not having significant fluctuations like they did when they were still cyprian between estrogen and progesterone. Each month their bodies are not in a place where they're going to procreate they're not going to have to maintain and sustain of pregnancy and so therefore biologically. I think that are an advantage. I think it's it's a time when We have to mitigate stress. We have to be really proactive. I remind everyone that knit middle ages the time when our bodies will remind us if we are not being conscientious enough about software strategies so that includes high quality sleep that includes stress management that includes removing inflammatory foods from our diet that includes not over exercising. Which is the typical tendency. We think when you have to work out harder to lose weight than we did when we were younger and really. It's it's all the other things. I've just kind of mentioned yet to be workout smarter. Not harder and so. I don't think fasting. As bad for menopause and backed i think most women as they transition into their early forties with the loss of esther dial which is the active form of estrogen is. That's kind of petering off People's appetites shift and change and so it's much easier for people to eat less often. It is the the you know. The desire gede naby decreased and so getting up in the morning and getting a workout in and get your kids off to school or getting yourself to were You're not focused on having to get that. First neil end so i really do believe that utilized with the other strategies that i've already kind of alluded to stress management making sure that uber removed inflammatory foods and and the big ones. Are you know gluten. And

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There Is No Will in Academia to Rethink Darwinism

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | Last month

There Is No Will in Academia to Rethink Darwinism

"You think that's That there is an openness out there in the academy to rethinking. Darwin fundamentally because you you go back in the book and you talk about with some of his earlier critics yes. A lot of that was just dispensed with eventually. And then we've gotten onto the star when his juggernaut is an opening in these days to to rethink this or to be more critical of it. I would very much doubt it to be candid with you. I don't think that somebody in my position without biological credentials would would be able to hack it where people fall more higher up in the biological hierarchy have written some of things before under not been able to penetrate Armagh this dublin. Need arm on the biologist way. Otherwise that's what i think so it strikes me that anytime one is not in a discipline. They seem to have a freedom that those in the discipline don't have in other words. Those in the discipline say one who is not a ten biologists in academy can write down the subject and so in a way. people outside the field can can with the freedom can think across disciplines and so they bring a perspective to it that people deep in the field often. Don't have david berlin ski in someone else who's written brilliantly on. He's also an agnostic. And you have as you put it any skin in the game you can look at it more freely without fear of triggering your colleagues in the department so to

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Darwin Used Charm to Blunt Academic Attacks on Natural Selection

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | Last month

Darwin Used Charm to Blunt Academic Attacks on Natural Selection

"Darwin we if you look at the sepia tinted photographs of darwin. You see him as a roberson victorian gentleman that you would have to watch appeasement jews with in reality. He seems to be a very sociable probable person. He seems to inspire an. I don't use this word like he. Did he inspired a lot of brotherly love from his surra surrounding. And i feel that they did not want to tread on his toes. By saying we think you'll theory of natural selection will not fly. They try to trim their responses to him because they love in a fraternal sense. And they want. They wanted to help him And this is surprising. I wish i could inspire so much lovers. Charles darwin it would. It would help me a lot socially and professionally my life but anyway he. He extorted extent he made people blunck's their attacks on him because he was such a job when fellow. I think so you think that I mean in the book. You say beware. You've been fooled. In other words that that darwin through his social graces and and through his the way he wrote He basically as i think you said dulled the criticisms and enable this theory which as far as you're concerned has no actual scientific backing enable it to go forward through the decades so that those opposed to stump theistic solution grabbed it and said we have to make this work even though it has problems. There's nothing better and then you say that. What does it matter whether there's any thing better. Either this works or

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"neil" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

09:03 min | Last month

"neil" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Author of a new book terrific book. it's called taking leave of darwin. The author is my guest. Neil thomas neil thomas. You said earlier that you started out your an academic writing subject of german languages literature and other european literature. Now you found yourself a leaping into the world of darwin and you said that you remember the british rationalist association. Is that what it's called. Yes yes so. I sent you and your colleagues. There are mostly either agnostics or atheists and and not. Yes dave yes. I've i've described myself as an nonstick waving. What does the result of my findings but yes okay so true enough so you don't come to the subject from the point of your faith you just come to it as a free thinker as it were d- do you find as you as you get into the subject that darwin is so generally accepted in the world In the academy that anybody who questions him immediately becomes You know looked at In in a strange way or were did. Didn't you care about that. It doesn't affect me. Some since i am no a retiree of independent means. You know it. It really is irrelevant to me. But i do understand the people in the biological world of acadamy our threatened by all sorts of things including dismissal I've heard on the grapevine. I if they if they fall out of line with with with with with darwin's thinking yes yes half the about that but more. So i i think that no. I'm not a person of faith but my my wife is. I'm many friends who are peop- people faith and i do feel bad for them because i feel it in the way. This hold adult wenden bandwagon as has tempted to Ask robbed them of this virtual earth ri- to imply that their own instincts wrong that they should they should foresake any i. Any theistic interpretation. The idea of god. And mike nichols wrong. Wrong am i do. And i was rather discount allies to real to realize that the anglican church back in two thousand eight had made a public apology to darwin. Well i think that's because i don't know what is approved in syria toll by any is in particular the anglican church. They're not exactly known for their cultural bravery. But i guess curious about your process in other words as you begin to look into this. What were some of the arguments against darwinism or what was it. That was occurring to you. As you looked into this one of the things. I i looked at the origin of space. As am i looked at Descent of man which is sort of pendant companion volume two to it and the way that darwin argues and uses. Language is a very amateurish. An impressionistic unbeaten. It's very wiggling and tries to get in the way that advertising off political propaganda he he gives everything a spin or gloss. And i i interpret that as being very suspicious because he flies that he doesn't he's not really sure of his facts. These talk to whole pullover is and push one over on us. And so i did. I did use my sort of training if you like of for many decades tucson to try and unmask what i thought with some of the false pretensions of his writing. It's fascinating here. You say because that's the one thing Typically that you don't hear another people looking at him. Not just as a scientist but as a writer peter and you you did I don't use the term in england but we say you know the that he. He's putting english on the ball in billiards. Said he's basically trying rather than simply presenting the facts he he's making an argument That at the lay reader. Maybe wouldn't notice that that he's doing that. Yes i think so. I mean in many ways. He was a very decent individual but he had his faults. And i think that he wasn't sometimes he wasn't straight with his audience or readership mice. I'm also he was quite rather equivocating in his own mind. He didn't sometimes knows his own. Mind i mean. You've got to remember the darwin despite his being fated by posterity was rather average school by to say to say the least of conceptual clarity was not one of his great strengths. It seems to me. unpeopled people tend to praise him to the rooftops as if he was some sort of einstein. Thank that was not the case to be to be fair to him. In his autobiography he admits as much he says. I'm not as bright as my system. For instance and before of him as rather than you know which is which is tremendous. I like that kind of refreshing. Under what are some of the arguments and you go through a If somebody goes through the book taking leave of darwin which i enjoyed immensely a i think because of your own writing style. It's very engaging. So so what are some of the arguments against darwinism. Or what are some of the things that you notice that people will finding the book. Well on the evidence i suppose is that there is no empirical backup for. What his planes. There is. No empirical backup of hybridization of animals modulating from one animal into another dominance theory is not just a few biological tacoma's he suggesting that you and i developed ultimately from bacterial beings and it took to accept that you would need a little bit more proof. I think worms are not in in evidence in the fossil record. Is that what you mean. Not an evidence undone and to his credit says in the origin of species nature. Should if i if i were right in the state of uproar we we should have you know dogs and cats and cats power powerfull horses but nothing of the sort exists on the also nothing. The salt exists in the fossil record. Either i mean dobbin piously hope. The fossil record would redeem his reputation in the in the sense that we've had since since he he wrote the book and saw but that is not the case. The the fossil record is most under winning. If it might put it lot animals come come to be as a result of they seem to be fully formed creation had created them individually. I have to site not. I'm surprising myself. But i have to say that. Because that is where. The scientific evidence points to from the so-called cambrian explosion of animal lives five hundred forty million years ago. There are no transitional forms. So what do you think. What do the proponents of blind darwinism so so-called did they say about this for my audience to say. Tell us because isn't this thing. Most of us are led to believe in school that this is settled That they're a when i talk to certain scientific friends. They they're aghast that. I wouldn't have accept this. You're saying that that at the record is increasingly clear that there are not transitional forms and we mean between species than others. We can find a finches would with different beaks. We can find what's called micro evolution but man volusia and all the decades now a century and a half. There's nothing so when do proponents of this say in answer to that to the candidate there is no convincing straight answer to this..

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"neil" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:39 min | Last month

"neil" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Talking to the author of a new book terrific book. it's called taking leave of darwin. The author is my guest. Neil thomas neil thomas. You said earlier that you started out your an academic writing subject of german languages literature and other european literature. Now you found yourself a leaping into the world of darwin and you said that you remember the british rationalist association. Is that what it's called. Yes yes so. I sent you and your colleagues. There are mostly either agnostics or atheists and and not. Yes dave yes. I've i've described myself as an nonstick waving. What does the result of my findings but yes okay so true enough so you don't come to the subject from the point of your faith you just come to it as a free thinker as it were d- do you find as you as you get into the subject that darwin is so generally accepted in the world In the academy that anybody who questions him immediately becomes You know looked at In in a strange way or were did. Didn't you care about that. It doesn't affect me. Some since i am no a retiree of independent means. You know it. It really is irrelevant to me. But i do understand the people in the biological world of acadamy our threatened by all sorts of things including dismissal I've heard on the grapevine. I if they if they fall out of line with with with with with darwin's thinking yes yes half the about that but more. So i i think that no. I'm not a person of faith but my my wife is. I'm many friends who are peop- people faith and i do feel bad for them because i feel it in the way. This hold adult wenden bandwagon as has tempted to Ask robbed them of this virtual earth ri- to imply that their own instincts wrong that they should they should foresake any i. Any theistic interpretation. The idea of god. And mike nichols wrong. Wrong am i do. And i was rather discount allies to real to realize that the anglican church back in two thousand eight had made a public apology to darwin. Well i think that's because i don't know what is approved in syria

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Author Neil Thomas: Darwinism Has Stolen the Birthright of Christians

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:39 min | Last month

Author Neil Thomas: Darwinism Has Stolen the Birthright of Christians

"Talking to the author of a new book terrific book. it's called taking leave of darwin. The author is my guest. Neil thomas neil thomas. You said earlier that you started out your an academic writing subject of german languages literature and other european literature. Now you found yourself a leaping into the world of darwin and you said that you remember the british rationalist association. Is that what it's called. Yes yes so. I sent you and your colleagues. There are mostly either agnostics or atheists and and not. Yes dave yes. I've i've described myself as an nonstick waving. What does the result of my findings but yes okay so true enough so you don't come to the subject from the point of your faith you just come to it as a free thinker as it were d- do you find as you as you get into the subject that darwin is so generally accepted in the world In the academy that anybody who questions him immediately becomes You know looked at In in a strange way or were did. Didn't you care about that. It doesn't affect me. Some since i am no a retiree of independent means. You know it. It really is irrelevant to me. But i do understand the people in the biological world of acadamy our threatened by all sorts of things including dismissal I've heard on the grapevine. I if they if they fall out of line with with with with with darwin's thinking yes yes half the about that but more. So i i think that no. I'm not a person of faith but my my wife is. I'm many friends who are peop- people faith and i do feel bad for them because i feel it in the way. This hold adult wenden bandwagon as has tempted to Ask robbed them of this virtual earth ri- to imply that their own instincts wrong that they should they should foresake any i. Any theistic interpretation. The idea of god. And mike nichols wrong. Wrong am i do. And i was rather discount allies to real to realize that the anglican church back in two thousand eight had made a public apology to darwin. Well i think that's because i don't know what is approved in syria

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How Many Marketing Channels Is Too Many At A Time?

Marketing School

02:23 min | Last month

How Many Marketing Channels Is Too Many At A Time?

"We're gonna talk about how many marketing channels is too many at a time. So it's funny. Everyone's like oh. Yeah you need omni channel. And eric and i are big on omni channel. Some people you know ask us like. Aw is it too many ongoing after all these channels on it's like nascar and the answer is it really varies. If you're established business you have tons of people. You have a big team. You ideally want to go after all of them and if you're a small business in the short run you can't go after all the channels you need to go after all the ones that are producing the best results have the potential once. You're getting enough results in revenue than you can expand it add more channels than event. You can get to all about at the beginning. Union folks on the ones that are going to drive the biggest r. y. Yeah let's just use a case study here. So let's compare neal's his social audiences versus mine right so let's start with me. I right so thinking about where. I put my focus right now in this podcast. I spent a lot of time on the siegel brain blog over the years. And you know it's a couple hundred thousand visits a month right now which is great and then the other thing i would say to is for a period of time. I focused on youtube and growing pretty well right every video. Put out relatively speaking for my channel. Maybe a couple of thousand and go to a couple of hundred thousand views right for video and that's really good for the channel size because right now my subscribers about sixty thousand or so. It's like huge rights and so at the time a couple years ago. When i focused on youtube. I was getting those at least a couple of thousand per video now when i post on youtube. I'm lucky i get a couple hundred if even breaks thousand rights. It's because i haven't put as much time to focus on it nor have i built up a really big core audience right. This podcast has night's audience. What i would say. Is you get whatever you focus on at the end of the day right so i focused on single blog for a long four or five years before it broke one hundred thousand visits and now it started to compound and so if you go back and now you think about neil where. He's been doing this for a very long time. She started with the creek sprout blog. First and then he started buildings audiences ob and then from there he built his email list up and he started diversify over to youtube and then the other channels well why he has he kind of started made one really big and then everything they kind of spread out the attention right so there's different ways of doing it but what i've said for most people starting out is which is actually this is what neil that you focus on one first and then you branch out.

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Tom Cotton: Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal 'Recklessly Negligent,' Catastrophic for America

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:59 min | Last month

Tom Cotton: Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal 'Recklessly Negligent,' Catastrophic for America

"Glory america or high. The chaos at cable airport is less chaotic. American troops have secured the perimeter. It is still desperate situation. Thousands of afghans are trying to get to the airport. American marines have established a perimeter. Six afghanis fell to their death from airplanes. Yesterday it's been confirmed by the new york times. The president's disastrous speech yesterday has been widely in everywhere pan. They wished to begin this hour by reviewing with you reaction to this. Beach here is senator. Tom cotton john fox news. When neil cavuto not long after it was given cut number one. That speech demonstrated a president who has dangerously disconnected from reality. You can put aside the question of the decision to withdraw from afghanistan. just focus on how. That decision has been executed over the last couple of weeks neil The president seem totally oblivious to the conditions on the ground. He act is this as if this withdrawal is going in orderly fashion when in fact we have hundreds if not thousands of americans stuck behind taliban lines who have no clear instructions on how to get to the airport and out of the country. Joe biden didn't say a word to them. Furthermore claimed that we would somehow can continue to conduct over the horizon terrorism operations as he called it with exquisite proficiency. I guess that's going to be exactly like he's conducted. This chaotic disorganized the lasko of evacuation for american citizens. I mean the president claimed that He wanted credit for the break to kill osama bin laden now he may have forgotten that ten years ago he was loudly and famously opposed to the mission to get bin laden yet. Surely he can see what's happening on the ground afghanistan right now which is the direct consequence of his ilk disorganized decision to withdraw from

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UAW Members to Vote in Fall on Direct Election of Leaders

Ric Edelman

00:32 sec | Last month

UAW Members to Vote in Fall on Direct Election of Leaders

"Set to vote this fall on direct election of its leaders. Salads will go out to the W 397,000 members October 12th the due back date a month later. Union monitor. Neil Barofsky, who was appointed by a federal judge as part of a settlement that avoided a government takeover of the union after a wide ranging corruption scandal will announce the results. Currently, union leaders are chosen every four years at a convention with the delegates picked by the local. But the new slate of leaders is picked by the outgoing president. And seldom is there serious opposition.

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Lawrence Davis Talks RESPECT

Look Behind The Look

01:59 min | Last month

Lawrence Davis Talks RESPECT

"Lawrence. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am really thrilled to talk to you about all things aretha and j hud. I got an opportunity to see respect in your work. let me just. It was incredible. I knew i was getting some sneak. Peek some the instagram. And so i was really anticipating seeing it and was not disappointed. I want you to tell me absolutely everything. So let's start with. Let's start with how you came to the project This one in particular when john was doing jinnai. Transfer longtime edition is doing it. I just didn't know what it was about So just magically one day while working on another project Very those just about to about a month and a half into underground railroad. And i got a call from costume designer new york ramos and he was like i got your name from me. Neil for a furlough for the reader for like really so that was in his recall. That i kind of knew things we're bringing up after jennifer but just didn't know when it was done a happen right because these projects can take for ever and so you never want to get too excited until you get that call so on the the call came all blessed neat mea. That's amazing so so what was the timing of this. Was she on merimee was what was the timing of the projects. I don't think new mayor was on my rainy at the time. I don't think. I don't think that started yet. Okay whatever it was she could not do it and she definitely have furred me as a atlanta local which is and it was just disappear perfect marriage of course because i wanted to do i love doing period pieces and jennifer is one of my good friends so it just made

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RODNEY CROWELL Launches Vincent Neil Emerson

Launch Left

02:15 min | Last month

RODNEY CROWELL Launches Vincent Neil Emerson

"Hi rodney crowd. Welcome to the show. Welcome to launch left are our you. I'm good what an honor to be speaking to you. my god. you're just an incredible career and more than that like you. As an artist have been such an incredible influence on so many other artists and Helped pave the way in a left of center way In country and and pop and and production all of that. I could sing your praises and speak about your accolades for a while. But the question burning question i have is about the intersection between What every artist wants to have your music be heard by white audience and not compromise your creativity in to do so I feel like you could speak to that. And i'm just curious where your journey is. Ben if you feel like sharing a sure happy to share. I'm here to protect and serve Well you know funny. You should ask of actually given that some thought. I was speaking to my co producer slash son-in-law Just a little earlier today. We were talking about that very thing. I said you know During the most commercial part of my career. When when i was you know top the charts and stuff. I was not comfortable in my body at the time and Maybe psychologically i i sort of started trying to wiggle out of it in a way because it felt like there is a trap that i had allowed Laid for myself. Which is that thing you know when you when people are when you're on the top of the radio charts. You know in this some time ago so you walk into a room. People look at you know certain way

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Colts CEO, Jim Irsay, Buys Guitar Used to Record 'Don't Stop Believin'

Mandy Connell

00:23 sec | Last month

Colts CEO, Jim Irsay, Buys Guitar Used to Record 'Don't Stop Believin'

"To record that smash hit. Don't Stop Believin is going to a new home. Indianapolis Colts CEO Jim Irsay says he bought the guitar that was used by Journeys. Neil Sean. Piece of music history went for $250,000. It was a modified black 1977 Gibson Les Paul Chang autographed it. Our next update

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Turn Off, Turn On: Simple Step Can Thwart Top Phone Hackers

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Turn Off, Turn On: Simple Step Can Thwart Top Phone Hackers

"There are simple steps from the National Security Agency to try to prevent your smart phone from being hacked the NSA issued a best practices guide for mobile device security IT cybersecurity technical director Neil shearing says one is very simple he has his smart phone set up to automatically restart every night your phone knows where it is on the earth and it will under many circumstances share that information with external parties veering says rebooting won't always work also keep track of your apps when you're done with one you're not gonna use anymore uninstall it because by doing that you keep your attack surface more bound the NSA has even simpler advice to really make sure hackers aren't secretly recording off your smartphone don't carry it with you I'm at Donahue

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NASA's Rover Will Collect Samples on Mars

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

NASA's Rover Will Collect Samples on Mars

"NASA says it's Perseverance Rover is getting ready to take its first sample of rock from Mars. The robot landed on the Red Planet in February. The hope is that it will unearth evidence of potential primitive life. Marc Labelle explains. NASA suspects an empty lake in the crater where the rover rests may have been replenished and drained with water several times. They still don't know if the soil they hope to dig up there is sedimentary or volcanic as they search for microbial life. Their perseverance. Rover has been busy practicing probing Martian soil samples with its robotic arm to repeat a moment space scientists compare to Neil Armstrong's bagging of Moon dust 52 years ago. Mark Lobel

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Georgetown Law Professor Barnett on What to Expect From the Presidential Commission

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Georgetown Law Professor Barnett on What to Expect From the Presidential Commission

"Pros and cons. Um, of in favor of the different report foreign proposals that they're listening to, so they're going to do the pros and the cons and I, the witnesses that they have are hearing from by and large. I think the majority of them have been against core packing, including Left of centre professors from Harvard, like Noah Feldman and from Duke, like Neil Siegel. Um, now there's been some Ford it but mostly they've been against it where I think they're going to see more pros than cons, and I already get that sense from listening to their questioning is on court is on term limits. Because I would say more a majority of people. They're hearing from kind of favorite term Memphis, and I think that's even true. Some of the commissioners so they're going to get you're not going to get a recommendation. You're going to get a balance. You're going to get a report that shows pros and cons and there is like there are like seven or eight right of center originalist scholars on this commission Which is kind of how I got to testify out of how many Out of 30 or more. I mean, it's it's imbalanced. But look, there's more balance on this commission. And there is at the Georgetown law School. I can tell you Well, yeah, there's more balance at the, uh, on the in the polar Bureau and Communist China than there is any. Now let me ask you You're

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The Rock Weighs in on Vin Diesel's 'Fast & Furious' Feud Comments

/Film Daily

02:08 min | 2 months ago

The Rock Weighs in on Vin Diesel's 'Fast & Furious' Feud Comments

"And the furious. And the feud between dwayne the rock johnson and vin diesel which I guess it enters a new chapter bent house it. Yeah so Chris and i think in a previous episode talked about some recent comments that vin diesel made around the time that if nine came out where menzies profiled in men's health magazine and he talked a little bit about how the beef behind the scenes between him and dwayne johnson was actually like a manipulation on the part of master-strategist vin diesel. Where he was talking about how he would do anything that he'd have to do in order to get performances From people that he worked with on projects that he was producing. So he's sort of like insinuated that all of the the tough love that he was giving was was in order to like coax out the performance that he wanted from johnson. Which at the time. Chris and i were just talking about how i mean. Just absurd on its face. That claim is an interest. How really ridiculous. And like you don't believe the vin diesel is a master chessmen. Were playing three moves ahead. Look i actually appreciate the way that vin diesel has leaned into an and been like very publicly publican open about the way that he loves fantasy storytelling in dungeons dungeons and dragons. And how he looks at the fast and furious franchise as like an extended the campaign basically. I actually think all of that kind of the the ridiculous thought that he puts into all of that stuff. I think is actually is paying off in has paid off very well in those movies but to claim basically to claim ownership over somebody else's performance in the way that he did especially when there's so much simmering tension. There is just a step too far and apparently doing johnson thought so as well. So in a a new profile of dwayne johnson. And emily blunt. That just went up in the hollywood reporter today. They asked dwayne johnson what he thought about those comments from he said. I laughed and i laughed hard. I think everyone had a laugh at that. And i'll leave it at that. And that i've wished them

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Upping Your Content Game with Author Brendan Kane

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Upping Your Content Game with Author Brendan Kane

"If i was thinking. Okay i need up my content game. What would be the thirty thousand foot view. Tim's of strategic approach. Would i be looking at documenting. More about what. I'm doing would be looking at more creating content for specific purposes is there any particular platforms that if i begin i should look at or should i just taste and see what i feel like. I like because there's so many platforms. There's so many things you can do. There's so many ways to do it. What's your sort of thirty thousand foot view knowing me thirty seconds. Well it's the it's the same place we start with everybody to do. The research people jump into content before actually analyzing the different platforms who successful. Who's not successful breaking down. Why somebody successful versus. Somebody's not successful Even diving into somebody that is operating at the highest levels and see their highest reformers Versus was performers. Because it's interesting. We look at science like what's his take. The vaccine for example going to talk about the efficacy of whether it's good or bad but developing a vaccine there's years and years of science relying on to inform their decisions right or wrong. It's not like they just go into laboratory and just start from scratch and be like. I think that this would be a good idea or not. Gonna look at the historical past hundred years of what's working and what's not worked. They they leverage data. The old Anything in science they do. I think it was a neil Tyson was talking about science in in space in all whether it's ufo's and he was talking about how there's so much scrutiny in insci- like you have to prove everything you have to look at data yet when it comes to creative we throw everything out the window. We just say oh. I'm going to do this. Because i think it looks pretty to do this. Because i feel like it would be fun for me to create not thinking about like were sitting on millions of billions of data points on all the social platforms. A you can dig in z. Right away what's working. What's not working and making hypothesis of how that can apply to your message or brand.

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Wally Funk Finally Made it to Space

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:31 min | 2 months ago

Wally Funk Finally Made it to Space

"Well we might as well telegraph. It's not dennis shall we can can you. Can you tell not only not only. Can you tell the denizens not here. But it's a. It's a telegraphed in advance that. It's me your texas show. Buddy mark davis morning host here at six sixty a answer in dallas fort worth where i do the best possible show. Prep imaginable for the dennis prager show. It's called doing my own program that ended just one hour ago seven to ten central time. That is my playground and man If we had a bunch talk about an a lot of it that is of course originating here in my beloved lonestar state is of great national interest so there are a few things. I'm gonna do today. So whenever i'm blessed to come here and and hang out for dennis always lay down a little thumbnail sketch of what we're going to do. It is july twentieth of twenty twenty one a date of huge significance to me because i am At least here in dfw. And maybe nationally the go-to space dork in american radio. And it's because. I'm old enough to be that and old enough to remember fifty two years ago today when neil armstrong lay down those historic footprints along with buzz aldrin. I in the sea of tranquility fifty two years ago today. The footprints on the moon tonight at ten fifty six eastern time nine fifty six central. Do your math elsewise. And i got a couple of things to say about that. And especially wow today and this was the day that jeff bezos decided. Let's go ahead and do it today. Because they wanted it to have some historic significance in it certainly does jeff bezos and his little brother and some dutch teenager and the wonderfully named wally funk. A woman a an eighty two year old woman who is a member of what was called the mercury thirteen. You may remember the mercury seven those were the actual astronauts six of whom went up deeks laden did not but he got to run the astronaut office later on so i guess that's a that's a little bit of makeup but they had thirteen women who may put through various stages of training a whole lot of them did really really well and while he was one of them and she's a local woman she lives just a few miles west of where i am here in the dfw area and she and the whole flight was eleven twelve minutes there. You go very reminiscent. In a spacecraft called the new shepard s. h. e. p. a. r. d. like alan shepherd in emission very reminiscent of his

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"neil" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"neil" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Or whoever and Keeping that in mind were doing some mini pies. We doing many biscuit so you could you know order on the website and you could pick up and it's still going to be nice. It's just gonna be less volume that's really the bottom line. Neil let's let's address that first and then we'll get into you know some of the the serving ideas that we kick around the back and forth every year. What is your feel for. Some of the the either the instructions or the restrictions that were hearing and you know i i know some people are are just not going to are not going to pay attention to it. Others are going to be you know very much in tune in and be very careful. You know down to individual portion control and so forth. What what. What's your initial reaction if you are going to. Have you know some people over and and want to try to diminish You know cross I not cross-contamination. But you know what i mean. I mean in terms of you know Like you and i talked about yesterday. You know if The best thing you can do is when you're preparing dinner when you're doing your prep work and you're getting things organized and when.

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"neil" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"neil" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"In a house where you're going through exactly the same day day after day after day, the ideas can kind of dry up because there's no. Input nothing new is coming in and so what was wonderful about opening myself up to stuff coming in? It's like Oh this an idea and there's an idea and it hasn't stopped. But having said that at my worst I was at a place. Emotionally a few months ago where I was. I hit rock bottom at a level never hit rock bottom before and I was also asked for A. Short story. By A. Doctor who children in need anthologies and they said, could I use the character of the call? Was the time Lord I created. I'm doctors wife I began it as a kind of mechanical process. It wasn't like I had any ideas or stories that desperately needed to be told I certainly wasn't feeling creative or happy your joyous. I suppose that I needed to try and do it because it was a charity. But if I failed to write a story, nobody was going to notice and. Then Started thinking okay. Where does it begin and I wrote? A paragraph or to just basically about doctor who story. So as to start on the run because that's always the best place for any doctor, WHO STORY TORONTO AND Here we go. She's running down stairs and I'm Oh this is a this is a one of the female. Course as great. So it's her and she's running downstairs and she has a apparent and she's being followed by a huge box. That's weird. Hang on that was that was a huge books in doctor who wasn't that that was that. that. That time Lordy. Books that Omega box floated around in Silvester episode and Three days later I looked up and I had a really fun. Lovely. Do. Fee. She'll story. About the Corsair right and. I was so pleased myself. And it hadn't existed and it was pure craft. It it sort of came into existence because I went. To begin writing short story now and that was craft, but the magic happens anyway. So you can kind of you can force into being if it's not happening of instinct typically. It never feels like force. It feels probably more like. If, I said David You you're going to be hosting awards ceremony tonight I know it's really short notice but John Ross has been eaten by Venetian brain slugs Elvis and In the absence of Jonathan, can you just get up the? Make everybody feel happy to be there and present the UK dairy awards. You could do it. Yeah and everybody there would go so lovely. You who knew he knew so much about dairy. What does she about Jonathan but? Anyway. Exactly. But you. But you can kind of do that because you've done it when you're writing something for donahue which you wrote to fantastic episodes for knowing the after I'd left or indeed. About Batman call makers when you is there a different quality when you're playing in other people's sandboxes to win your. Yeah there are two things one you know you're not gonNA break anything you want to leave the toys. You're you're in the San Books and you're playing with the toys that somebody left for you but you're not going to break the toys. That's one of them. And I think the other is. Honestly. The sandbox thing it is the fact that you're in a kid. Gets happy right. Yes, I do not recall any. Listing. The the best moments of my life. Winning awards isn't on any of the best moments of my life list, but the first time I got to write dialogue for. Batman. Right. I'm bring Batman on and write dialogue for Batman. That's one of the best moments of my life to first time I got to write Interior Tartus. And his script. and and write a line for the doctor who at that point Matt hadn't yet been cast right? You were still you still acting at that point. So when I wrote. That doctor he was a was very you ish. He became less Hewish as. By the draft that we we actually saw because he bounced a season because they ran out of money right which happens and also various things that have changed and I'm I also, of course, got to say to Stephen Moffatt. We have to save the Tartus. Your Tartus, interior has to be saved. As we're going to use that and they spent the better part of two years lying to people about why You're tired is set was still sitting there in the corner. But. The Joy. There a pure unfettered joy. There was a feeling that my inner five, six year old. Convinced that he was good had finally become all powerful because look this is the tightest and I'm writing it. I'm getting. To say what the is going to do. That was power a writing Batman Dialogue in black kid. Was the best writing. I did a story once. Cold whatever happened to Cape Crusader that wasn't my title that was was titled I want to just to call it Batman the end. But it's the last Batman Story and the idea was kind of that it would always be. The. Last Batman story whatever happened to that man whatever. The various iterations Batman. Went through in years to come would still be. The last Batman story as a result of which I got to write all sorts of Batmans from different times and eraser Batmans history and the feeling of power involved you know Donald. Trump embarrassed Johnson and Vladimir Putin, they don't know what power is. Power power is being able to. Get all of these Batmans to say what you want them to say and do joker jokes is why? Would the five six, seven year old Neil be proud. Or would he just said well, obviously, it was inevitable that we've been out of here. He would be he would be very this is inevitable. Although I guess, you know this, this is just one of his daydreams. Right now. He's Sitting on the Isle of Skye where he always wanted.

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"neil" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"neil" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"The writers though I know. That was all me and you just being silly again. It was one of those things where we like I don't think this is ever going to be in the show, but we were just cracking each other up about the manatee on the hospital, and has a name and you. You're familiar with his his social behavior. This is what I'm talking about about. Being able to wing, it yeah. Couldn't thrown that in on the middle. I was working. Corey Mike. There's a man lives underground. And the other, no the other one that you go ahead. It's a it's. It's this it's. My wife Finger. Thumb Finger. You. Guys WanNa Watch on the on the SCRUBS real that you can find on Youtube. I forgot what season it is, but neal the janitor as wife had made me scrubs short shorts. And Like I really wanted to wear these to work and I'm like. I'm a I'm a doctor. I can't wear. At work. All orders. A pair of scrubs cut off really high. Still high like my balls would have hung out. And then Neil Ghost. The good Lord didn't bless my wife with all ten fingers. Only has pointer on one hand and thumb pinkie on the other. meaning that. It had been really hard for her to make these short shorts, and I was disrespecting hiding, wear them, and I just couldn't make it through. I could not make it through with with Neil going. In pinky. That's by the way a wife that probably doesn't exist. Yes she didn't. She didn't exist because you get married at the end of the. True, that's true and Neil. Neil. We've been joking this first season. It's online. We haven't seen these in twenty years. And is I'm sure you haven't and. Bill one of the bill is that he always says is. I was debating season one. If the janitor, which is going to be a figment of jade's imagination, well every episode we go for the most part we see little moments where the janitor does interact with other people, and and every time we bring it up to bill. We're like yeah, you're holding onto that, but you know you in this episode the janitor. For example in this one he all, he offers to baseball tickets. Sorry, Franklin God better. WHO's our? Assistant directors is playing the the the the actor who sees Neil with the two tickets, and says I'll go and Neil's like not you and it's like another example of like okay well, then other people see the janitor bill. I watched that yesterday that that was a moment that was added to the script that wasn't in there..

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"neil" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"neil" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"There, you go and we're going to We're going to give you some. Some music that hopefully Soothes the soul a little bit and. If you don't know, the sole stirs the inspiration for. Neil, Simon and Art Garfunkel. You might have picked up a. you might have picked up a line in there that. Alternately Got Into Bridge over troubled waters and. Neil pessene standing by and neil the bell ringer with bells. The one on Saturday got her back at. Churchill and back on the dirt. And that's the way to. To get going early in a meet Neil congratulations? Thank you very much. I'm around big race. You know she she's funny. I didn't think I didn't think the pace was like a giant setup. Solid and it's gotTa pace you would. You would like to see if you've got a closer, but you know talk about the winter. She really you know. After the libra, she only had a little break after keeneland the LA. Brea than you were down in New Orleans. You gave her that turf try. Talk about the three to four transition. Well. The La brea she kinda got moved a little too early moved on backside. Coming around the turn wide, which is the move? I hate the absolute most wide around the turn. So you lose momentum and distance with all that. And she moved, she went from next last two third, and then just kinda flattened out in the Lebron, plus with the ship and everything. and. Then there really wasn't a lot of spots to runner I could've taken to hot springs. which I really didn't want to do or just stay the fairgrounds and try around the turf. She'd one on the turf down there the year before, but was going mile. And not, against. You know the sex race, but it wasn't a really top stake race..

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"neil" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"neil" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"At Neil any I L True S. H You a writing another now now. I was actually going to be in a book for this and that got cancelled so yeah time to think of a new actually neal's in the National Academy of Sciences. He's a festive researcher. Kogyo would he teaching primarily now so I teach undergraduate anatomy not using this quarter but I next quarter? I will teach a course or two courses. Actually I inner fish course which is basically tracing the evolutionary history of the body into deep time now fish and worms and flies and then the other course I teach I work with an cosmologists. And it's of course origins from the Big Bang human consciousness so basically thirteen point seven billion years of of the evolution of the world. And you know that look. That's your next. Yeah no kidding right as I became a fan of Sean Carroll because I I've actually listened to but he's awesome. Yeah extremely good explaining the fundamentals of physics you know and as as a biologist I would. I've always been fascinated. That these these molecules that form because there are these physical forces that at at a comic force has golly nosy influence of those but I mean thermodynamics and energies and entropy and empathy working itself out so these proteins fold and then they behave in a certain way because of the laws of physics as now. They don't behave that way because they know how to behave in the mathematics around of around the probabilities of them behaving certain ways. That's right that's life that's it. That's and so you know to try to make sense of those things. You did. The math on the complexity and the probabilities will let me. Let me let me finish with this philosophical questions. I'm sure given you have a similar view. Biology to my own You have thought about free will and are you a deterministic compatible list or a free will denier Kinda Kinda have much choice and things I think. Biology is Let me bill push you back and say what? Biology is a giant equation. That's an infinitely probabilistic system. There's room for what something where there's something I think. Knowing a feeling that have free will the more of a compatible list in some ways but feeling that we have free will definitely impacts our the way we choose things but you know the more you study biology the more you realize that boy so much hardwired in our system now that doesn't mean you know that doesn't mean walking through my day that everything I do is determined but boy. Those outcomes are so Malcolm's are going to be much more likely than others probabilistic based on the structure of our brain. The our nervous system works in you know and the history that our brain you know encountered as we grew up but but categorically humans live in a better world. If they're at least compatible list at least yeah no I like exactly exactly and I think you know crime and punishment and all these important things only work if you think about it that way. Yeah Yeah and and and again even though we may be determined some of those external forces help with those determined to behave almost definitely. Oh yeah most definitely no if I thought it was completely determined and everything but right yeah as wait a minute. So listenable is a delight to to again of. I can't wait to read the book any website or anyplace else. You want to refer people. Yeah you can just go to our tectonic website to collect that you Chicago Dot. Edu Lot on the fossil itself. My twitter feed. I'm always posting stuff on Neil Shubin on twitter posting pictures of Antarctica and the Arctic and crazy story about genetics have often with Telugu spelled. Ti K. T. A. L. K. to Zia. Yeah menuet word awesome. We'll deal fingers paid time appreciate so excited. Talk to you again. And congratulations and all this all your success. In scientific success in world literary success things fantastic so like I can't wait.

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"neil" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"neil" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Was like. I definitely couldn't have been you know one of the leads in it so much. We had like a cast sixty. Think wow yeah. It was a little forty thousand dollar budget. Movies be We pulled off a lot. I think we we have a lot of weird stuff in it. That's ambitious credit and especially on a short shooting schedule to. That's pretty amazing. Yeah well we lucked out with the actors that we got a lot of them are just really into it and really great to work with and just you know came in prepared you all. This stuff could just check out. Take that and it was. It was really fun. Well you know as soon as that seems a lot of day certainly would like to talk to you about it and awesome. Yeah that'd be great certainly Let Your light your your Rica fans now about it. I'm sure it's something that they would want to see to. Yeah I mean not the families who watch Eureka. It's definitely gonNA be are rated. Yeah sure yeah but Yeah well I'm definitely Once once we get it all together and Quite excited to show people. That's great. That's NEAT now. It's fun and I you know. I talked to a lot of indie filmmakers and It's a it's a it's tough But but I think they all hit on the same notes that you do dedication to the project that belief in it. That's really what drives you. And then if you get good people everybody kind of you know drives along just pushes the wagon along until they reach the finish line and that's what you need and it actually and you can say like you know. Everyone came together to make something. Yeah exactly you have a product there. Which is I think that's being able to show people and result and be like this is. What you did is a is a really cool thing absolutely. Well I really WanNa thank you for taking the time to talk to me. It's been a lot of fun. Thank you very much and I will see you in a couple of days right. Great look forward to it. All right you take care of Neil thanks to feature the best of here on sci-fi talk next time this is Tony Tomato. This is Amelia or up from Sanctuary J. Pod and you're listening to Sifi Talk..

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"neil" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"neil" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Neil which is on the check Chinese media dot com slash emissions transaction yeah sure yeah thank she yeah she she sure yeah I think the French local collection boasts improved pool labor in industries I was about Washington told the local I checked the constitution would be welcome to attend it is IT conclusion close each of those who Washington two thousand that would you know for your twenty seconds it'll show some singles in the crucial information that you think you should and you can clap by T. C. please send someone sent she'll you can hardly even he to me this will be if you showed up he couldn't find him thanks for the food okay cannot channel medically dollars Seattle Clinton tank majorly one Sunday for sure to sign and hence you'll and share earning earning in Swedish a Senate arching halaman transaction one that elevates having some measures chapel on what you're dreaming and **** Johnson Johnson hi woman in Seattle in which it's the ten twenty eight inches for sure transatlantic will mention cannot Paul wall one rule Hey ten out of the jungle on domino dot can't hack for me it should look in a little holes locally trained on hi Joe do not on sale and then consolidate the Nikoli to the east yeah I don't and what she in the show wanted chancellor sold one militiaman high school when teachers will email I should then make welcome what they'll try and read as a young father what I make I mean the country financial ritual look on that kind of tool of times you're sure to but algal junk mail or email you are channeling trial sure yeah I'm proud of me jumping under the under the show should the table without her colorful gonna kinda yet go she'll do it's always a pleasure sure yeah but each you are cheating should you hire should bomb techs are dated a shingle you should ask your tech talk to rot didn't weather data in order to get you out of your use with a ton of fun and on the phone about your drug treatment not only the people that lived in Colombia what yeah I kind of thought okay fight email the only question that denture and what they're not able to hear you sure want to show the film of Irish at temple I don't care if you doubt it yeah I'm a little slow for the Johnson Johnson how you like to hear more darn Johnson Johnson what what what actually what I'm what they're not able why should your dogs yet children whether or not talk well let's well that's what I'm here to talk about how the email is opened with in case you're not sure you know because I didn't need to be opened Jan she she the R. eight G. but you like to use of are they didn't touch it I didn't have to deal with it yet you are you are ready to take the title yeah let's see how to get it on country gets short dark are they in the US should have gone out do it on the you should be getting to you all are they not at all that shouldn't engine table country that contribute to Shearer so you say thirteen people that digitising Catholic yeah yeah you'll not yeah you don't you will create what you need our young people young thank you much and that's what I am to resume all I will tune the show in the mail to honestly thank god that you would require a lot yet even happened intimate male male Locksley Davis you don't quite yet have you checked your canonical yet got your Jack O. we are trying to limit the title that is don't you see on your show email Lingle Jean clad no but I am not sure I want to put on a boat or truck or nothing at all shaggy actually reassure stronger thank you bye yeah actually you know I'm thinking of and he took a tight couple can quickly get your.

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"neil" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"neil" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Like I've been up for two days. It's speaking the video you guys of course were signed to Casablanca back in the day. There's I'm hearing. There's a movie coming out on Neil bogart. If you've heard this I I heard a little bit about. I've read about it but I haven't heard much after that so I'm not sure what's going on with that. I know I know gene. Simmons was trying to put a movie about Neil Bogart at one time at that fell through the cracks is this is legit. This is this is happening. It's Started production very recently. I forget who they have. Playing playing neal started. Oh yeah they just started filming on and I forget who they said. They had playing Neil bogart in the in the movie. It's a biopic Alex. See if you can google that and we'll come back with after break a Google Neil Bogart bio-pic and see what the Spinning Gold Spinning gold. Yeah which I think is based on a book about Neil bogart which I couldn't find that somebody said there's a book yeah Sharia but there's this it's about him being this sort of P.. T. Barnum character. Yeah he was a great guy. Neil I I love you. I didn't remember them at all. I mean I didn't know him. At all. People have said that he was quite a character he started Casablanca records. He he wasn't marinas credit cards. I think Johnny Carson album out or something like that you know he was about to go under and then of course he got he had signed up kiss and that they hadn't broken yet either. It took him four or five registered break and then he got Donna summer and of course that stuff started to break and then the alive album came out and then next he was golden boy. Hollywood I mean was huge and you also had records huge before. Yeah before. Yeah and he hung with you guys when you think about it by meal in their absolute absolutely six five studio and the live one alive one. So that's a pretty. I mean again. That you guys didn't have the multi-platinum um absolutely name. That's a pretty long commitment leaving us. He really believed in us. We sat down with him at the at the at the last time. We had a meeting with him. He said you know he was going to forgive the debt that we had he says you guys are GonNa win the war you know. He pleaded once he got the axe. You Know Casablanca fell apart in that he was a heart and soul of Casablanca. And so that. That's what did us in there but neal was a great guy. WHO's cool now? I think universal owns catalog. Didn't they do an angel. Box set recently guys is involved in any way. No no they don't they. Don't call us about ten copies. Not really because I'd love them to copy. I'd love to get it. I don't even know where to get it because I saw it online but I just I guess like anything Amazon would probably have it but I've MCC anything but what did they do. It did Danny's or anything on. It's not remastered but it sounds it. Sounds good they got they got some I think they've they've Dave Reynolds I think Positive if he did it for that album Emma because there's so many rock candies now is putting hot sinful. Yeah and live without an I heard about that so so rock candy which I'll show you but rock candy which is a British labeled it does CD reissues in this great stuff eric. Oliver owns that and they've I think they now have because they've done the first to record they did so. I think that was a nice as package. Actually that for the first two records if they did yeah so now I think they're going to end up having the whole catalogue and they really do nice back. Yeah they do interviews with you guys remastered. Yeah you guys did a member would. They've reynolds you guys. Did a little talked Dave Reynolds. Is there any stuff on the live without a net. That didn't make the record I'm sure there is about. I don't know it's been so long I can't remember. Yeah we great if they you know. He's he's learned us. I'm all off that That tour we did So cold and all right well the demos that we were going to do on the next album and we played the lives. So I don't know if it's on might be on that On the might be an outtake there. I'm not sure those demos also out there though. Yeah those demos are out there all right. Well we're going to take a break and we're gonNA come back and talk about what's happening now. which is we'll wait? What did you find out about Alex about the Neil bogart film? Neil Bogart bio-pics spinning gold. Oh I found out a bunch about it but there's a long article to dig into. Okay so it's it's in production now I think right is is in production now Samuel Jackson heads the cast. There's going to be a bunch of people doing anything. Samuel Jackson Arizona's a whole bunch of people involved in. Yeah so there's GonNa be there's GonNa be cameos from people playing people. Obviously in these acts kiss parliament village. People Eisley Brothers Gladys Knight Bellwethers Curtis Mayfield Angel Plan Punky and France. Ring them up on and now the Danny. We've got on the phone Hollywood right now. So Samuel Jackson is GonNa play George Clinton in a perfect Keenan Thompson is playing berry. Gordy Jason Isaacs is playing Al Boettger which is His Father Jason. derulo is. Ron is on the list. Goes on and on playing Neil. I'm trying trying to find it. There's there's somebody told me Neil Patrick Harris but I could be wrong. I think you're right. Yeah maybe you'RE A. It's it's amazing that that's not at the top of the article. Doc Neil Patrick Harris's playing kiss co-manager bill that makes sense. Yeah I'll figure it out in the break though does gene have five percent on the movie. Ensure you're saying kissing the movie Reno bio-pics are all the rage now. Everybody's looking to do bio page and I don't I when when it first hit me. I'm like who is a lot of people interested in the Bio pic about a record executive. I mean unless you really follow the music and nobody knows is the general public is not like the Queen Movie Right. So I don't know where the audiences for this but somebody said that the story is going to be so compelling that they'll find a way to sell it to interest Hollywood. What is all hopped up about anything? That's music bio-pic that they can do. I was just I'm in la every month. And it's all I hear from the people in I met some producers that are looking to do bio-pics bio-pics on bands right now. So until a couple failing to make money kind of thing went so well now everyone wants to jump on the. The Queen won the Elton. Elton one although I didn't like the one but the outline what did well. And then the Motley Crue Alex. Nobody really knows how that did because it was so stats but by all accounts it did well. Yeah so we know of Hollywood sniffs sniffs the money just like the music industry. They're going to chase it and that's not all right. We'll get a break. We'll come back. We'll do more with Danny Punky. In fact this is Eddie Trunk podcast. Let's get back to more of my conversation with Punky Meadows and franked Amino of Angel on this week's Eddie Trunk podcast new record. Kurt coming in October. Tell us about it. When did it come together? Who now you guys start playing a little bit together gotten played live first thing that happened was you went and played live by the way? Just have to say this for the record If anybody follows my travel schedule and what I'm doing it's insane. The last three or four years have been the most insane schedule of my life on the road now blessed to have all the work trust me not complaining but every time you guys have laid Nothing personal I love you. That's why I welcome you on my show over gene here for your best friend was air off the top of the brother Guys Raskin. Yeah Houston or it's just. The timing has sucked but I will get there and I wanna get there and now it's it maybe it's better. I stay away because it seems to be building an Angel.

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"neil" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"neil" Discussed on Kickass News

"World's largest online followings with his fast many of which have nothing to do with science but instead relate to matters that most of us think about like family God and the Real Final Frontier Death Neil often writes back to them answering their queries with thoughtful consideration and his famous cosmic perspective now Neil degrasse Tyson his handpicked one hundred and one of his favourite letters and responses for his newest book letters from an astrophysicist and today I'm happy to welcome Neil back to the podcast to share some of his thoughts on a wide range of topics from nine eleven NASA and educating your children to bigfoot and literal Flat Arthur's yes those L. exist he says he doesn't think of himself as debunking conspiracy theories and junk science but instead he tries to get people to take a scientific approach to their leafs he shares touching personal letters from his cousin wondering about her deceased father's spirit and a mother who's autistic son is torn between what he learned Hebrew school and what he watches on Neil's television series Cosmos Neil discusses the minefield of opinion neutral tweets and bad timing and the we got him in hot water with the musician moby plus he answers your questions about black holes the speed of light the moon landing and more coming up with Neil degrasse Tyson in just a moment.

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"neil" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"neil" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"neil" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"neil" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Girl neil seven the no the listening all annual nice mm things fan asked when you had to be strong.

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"neil" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"neil" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"neil" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"neil" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Neil young journeys last gunmen novum nullity his comments the new tim firing the music devil la and when we there's a warm is low in the passion all right czar that to me you yeah right for this blast them from the path i was listed into it in the shower to me to me is pretty follow us she i mean damn flawless like i don't there's nothing wrong with her her voice is pretty flawless too i love her tone she's very is very clear and she's in really one of the more consistent vocal us of our time and she doesn't do too much wildly over underrated wild wild under iterative widely underrated is it wild widely or wildly both actually i think are appropriate good well wa with not make this about nine wow abc mobs go away praise the lord makers welcome welcome welcome me welcome you welcome back to episode thirty seven of gained ground which eight and kia were we discuss all things adulting the triumphs the trials the test the turns the twist the taboos all things associated with being in adults in the year of our lowered two thousand seventeen also the tanit allies in how the also the ten till the tantalizing but lacking one of the the tantalizing um thing that come along with being an adult yes it is bill than it is hardships but being an adult also means that you can eat cookies for dinner if you so phil like it 'cause you're grown woman you can do whatever you want ever.

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