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Day 231 (2 Kings 24-25, 2 Chronicles 36)
"Hey bible readers. I'm barely kabul. And i'm your host for the bible recap today. We finished our twenty fifth and twenty six books of the bible. I'm giving you a high five in my head. Between those two books. We read about the last five kings of judah these five kings are often lumped together because they are the final. Turning point for judah. Joe cy was the last good king and he was a really good one but then all we have after him. Are these four bad kings. There are a lot of j. names in today's reading but as always it's not as important that you remember their names as it is that you see god in these stories. But speaking of jay's some of them are apparently pronounced like a why so. I'm going to give that my best shot. After joe side is is son jehovah has takes the throne. We read about him briefly on day to seventeen. He's barely a blip on the radar because he only rains for three months before the egyptian pharaoh nico who killed his dad joe cya captures him and carts off to egypt where he dies in captivity. Now we're down to three markings. At the time egypt is dominating judah phero nico appoints their new king and even changes his name from eliakim to your hoya kim then nico demands that judah act as a vassal nation to egypt. We've talked about these vassal relationships before where a weaker nation pays money or tribute to a stronger nation for protection that they're often just being protected from the nation. They're paying kind of like the mafia. But then babylon shows up on the scene and dominates both judah and egypt an egypt goes home with its tail between its legs then judah becomes a vassal of babylon but at some point they rebel and babylon turns up the heat. They take him captive along with a lot of the holy vessels from the temple. And now we're down to two markings next on deck. Is your hoya kim sun. You hoya chin not confusing it. All right for the sake of clarity. I'm going to nickname them. Kim and chin after kim dies. Chen is only on the throne for three months. Before babylon comes into besiege jerusalem. He decided to surrender to babylon so they make him a prisoner and they also take the opportunity to destroy a bunch of his stuff as well as some of the vessels of the temple remember back to king has a kaya in second kings twenty. He's the one who got sick and got better and then was showing off all the stuff in his kingdom and isaiah was like you did what at some point. They're going to carry all that stuff away. Well this is that point. This is exactly what isaiah prophesied would happen while chin is in prison. The king of babylon appoints a new king for judah which is our one remaining king he appoints madonia. But as we've seen whenever other nations appoint a new king they tend to change the king's name so this time they're like mad anaya. What kind of name is that. Let's go with zedekiah and as you know that aci with z. is judas final king jeremiah. Prophesied is a lot of tough stuff. During zedek is rain and said keeps blowing up his phone asking for more updates but jeremiah's like there is no update. This is god's word to you and it's not going to change so you can stop hitting refresh. I'm not twitter. But said doesn't ever listen. And not only does babylon destroyed jerusalem just like jeremiah prophesied but said dies a prolonged painful death. Babylon also kills a lot of the other leaders of judah and steals more treasure from the temple only a few people remain in the land at this point and since babylon has defeated judah. They don't have any reason to set up a new king. So they just appoint a governor to watch over things locally. Yesterday we met the guy they appointed get eliah are reading. Yesterday ended with his military leaders. Warning him about a plot to murder him but he dismissed it as ally today. We saw that. It wasn't a lie just like they warned. Get ally and jeremiah forty. Some of his trusted inner circle murdered him. Today we saw jerusalem's fall and destruction but are reading ended with a reminder that god already has his sights set on restoration the final verses of second chronicles point s to king cyrus of persia. Who doesn't know god yet. God appoints him to head up the rebuilding of the temple. I have been so excited to tell you about. My god shot today. It's one of my favorite passages in scripture in second kings twenty-five versus twenty seven to thirty we follow up with the story on qingcheng. You hoya chin. He's the guy who surrendered babylon as soon as things got tough. He's been imprisoned there under the reign of king nebi but today nebi dies and a new king takes thrown in babylon. His name is evil. Merida not a great name but he showed me a beautiful picture of who god is today. Here's what the text says. Evil murdoch king of babylon in the year that he began to reign graciously freed you hawaiian king of judah from prison and he spoke kindly to him and gave him a seat above the seats of the kings. Who were with him in babylon so you hoya. Chen put off his prison garments. An everyday of his life. He dined regularly at the kings table and for his allowance. A regular allowance was given him by the king according to his daily needs as long as he lived you guys. This is our life story. This is exactly what god does for his kids. He graciously frees us. He speaks kindly to us. He seats us at his table. He provides for us daily according to our needs as long as we live. This is the gospel you hoya chin was an enemy king to babylon and bad king by god's standards but he gets to experience freedom and provision and protection. I can't get over this verse. So you hoya chin put off his prison garments and every day of his life. He dined to regularly at the kings table. He took my prison garments my orange jumpsuit and clothed me in robes of righteousness and seated me at his table. I am a prisoner set free dining with the king. This is it. You guys ease where the joy is tomorrow. We'll be reading the book of back. It's three chapters long relinking too short video overview in the show notes that will help set you up for success with our new book so check it out. It's seven minutes long. Okay bible readers. It's time for our weekly check in. how're you doing. What have you learned this week. Spend some time thinking about those things. You've learned so far. Reflect on the attributes of god's character that you've seen and if this week felt confusing and you felt like you had more questions than god shots that's okay ask him to give you wisdom and an increasing desire to know him more. That's a prayer. He loves to answer with a yes. 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S6 Ep14 Medical News and Detox
"Everybody so then the meal Help them now known the data pain call the doctor known what you how the call call so body. Assume bob pain call call a. Lead the going into the call dot called with a ladies and gentlemen. That doctor is in the house. This is dr. Ron host of dr ron unfiltered on such a thank. You thank you. Thank you now in our sixth season. And i hope you'll enjoy dr wong's presentation last week. It is a classic and I never get tired of listening listening to it. Myself raising gentlemen. This program contains general medical information. The medical information heard on this program is not advice. Should not be treated as such. You are encouraged to confirm any information obtained from this program with other sources in review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with your physician. And with that i do. Welcome you with an attitude of gratitude because we know that happiness is a lifestyle and behavioral people are happy you're end healthier to has many gifts because it makes you less depressed less stress at more satisfied with your life and your relationships and it also helps you release protective hormones. So they continue to feel good and don't forget ladies and gentlemen especially in these times. You have to be the ceo of your own body gathering information outside of the mainstream outside of conventional print media. There is so much deception going on today. I it is incredible. I've never seen anything like this in my lifetime. So that's why i keep coming back to the your your power your power to be a ceo your power to use logic which can be grounding. It can be stabilizing at allows you to analyze any situation and see whether it's valid or not and then use your imagination to keep your soaring to keep you positive to see a great vision for your life and try and act toward the That vision we cannot surrender our freedoms and there is no situation in which you should abandon your own ability to employ reason and rationality no matter what other people are doing. Their surrender should not become an excuse for you. Deserting your own power on any level. Remember if you follow the masses sometime the m is missing so thank you for joining us. we have an interesting topic that we probably won't get through everything today but we're gonna talk about detox because of the toxic world we live in But i do wanna share with you. If i can find it as some really great for mation came through today this show. Dr ron unfiltered uncensored is listed as one of the top fifty dr podcast on the web by feed spot if e e d e number twenty eight and that's pretty good for one person with not a lot of advertising and fact advertising just the content and Trying to keep you up to date. They feed them a fee. Spot is is the most comprehensive list of doctors podcast on the internet and This podcast is part of it. So let's give them a plug at feeds spot. Vade spot dot com. Dr podcasts so thank you for. That listing appreciate it. We'll continue to try and do what we have to do here. So before we get going you know a lot of things. I've been telling you for months and months and months about having a superior interior keeping your immune system. Strong is a lot to do with detox. But this past week a couple more things have come across my desk about cheese and you know we wanna keep our memories. We wanna keep our brave who want to keep sharp as we get older. We wanna be on our toes well into our years right but you have you heard about dairy. A reason study out of iowa. State university is the first to reveal. How eating specific foods can be connected to your sharpness. Your cognitive sharpness of the study said perhaps the silver bullet. We're looking for is upgrading. how we eat. Well we've always said that right. And what's on the top of the list. For brain foods you guessed it cheese and by a wide margin in study participants from the uk as some well into their seventies. Gosh now the into my eighties doesn't seem too bad. They took test to determine their ability to think on the fly. Scientists call that fluid intelligence like being able to solve a problem going in cold colder no prior knowledge. It's one of those tasks you know that declines with people with alzheimer's and so the study authors compared Different types of foods and cheese came out on top. Not the kind on on nachos. Your brain benefited muslim. Natural whole fat cheeses process merely by fermentation now mold fermented cheeses consists of bray blue cheese camera beer and they in the past. I've also been associated with memory improvements. And you know what something we didn't mentioned on our inflammation program but they are also anti inflammatory. They have anti inflammatory effects. And why do they have. This happened is because of peptides. Peptides are they are short of Combinations of amino acids star for that stutter there. Some sunday they're small ones. That are four to eight. there's up the twelve. Some peptides have twenty for longevity for immunity but it seems like cheese has the four that you need for your memory glycemic three inning trip. The faint cairo tyrosine now on their own. They have been recommended by a alternative physicians for Cognitive improvement and helping syra tone and dopamine as another so that we have eating cheeses to help you think better. There are anti-inflammatory they can help. You have a better night's sleep. Isn't that something they can. Inhibit the enzyme. Mon mon main oxidized emma o. Which is responsible for. Depleting your brain not just sarah tone and a dopamine but also nor epinephrine s one to keep your brain sharp. It is the culprit behind the development of alzheimer's disease. You know an ma owned hebert or drugs. You'll see that term or when they Prescribed anti-depressants so you you know a little bit down not know. Don't think as you should be. You bet you may just need to up your cheese intake and my my Favorite beverage of choice with cheese is a glass of red wine and believe it or not. The latest study also found that cheese in red wine hell with cognitive benefits. If you're not into cheese and red wine you just want to take a supplement. Then you try to find either individually or in combination a pill that has lysine three owning trip to feign and thyroxine. And we'll put that down for a better memory really interesting also last week Dr mccullough had an article on cheese and he said out of forty nine whole foods. Cheese was by far the most protective food when it comes to avoid age related cognitive problems. Those who daily had better intelligence scores. The fluid was wandering. Think on the go on the run. Red wine and lamb consumption also had that effect and just think like i said put them in combination cheese red wine and lamb. Oh my gosh better than any pill so do it. Naturally eight natural t cheeses. You get valuable fats. Proteins vitamins minerals amino acids the four. We just talked about that. Protect your brain. Try and find those Once talked about like and that are raw grass-fed cheeses. Something i mean. are you hearing about this anyplace. You're probably listening to those ads by the drug companies. Want to sell you drugs a pill for every ill right. That's my that's my saying okay. So lazing gentlemen. You're listening to dr ryan. Unfiltered uncensored now on our sixth season and Being listed now in the top fifty. Dr podcast which i'm really proud. They're proud of thank our listeners. Thank dr tatty monitoring show and what about detox before we get to detox. I just have to kick myself. But i just have to tell you Am i just lost it. But i'll find it again with what's going on in the world it just just absolutely incredible You can't go twenty minutes without hearings Something about a vaccine which is really a vaccine. We told you this really a gene therapy. But just this morning in the united kingdom one hundred ninety one thousand eight hundred and thirty two individual adverse effects that included blindness and deafness after getting the shot. I'm not going to repeat that. It's too scary. Another study will talk about on. Saturday is the government data. Their own data now shows that mass have no impact on the spread of covid australia. Suspended actress zedek vaccine after this in the united kingdom as i said thirty five people deaf twenty-five blind after the m. r. n. a. Shot the. Cdc is reporting one thousand nine hundred five deaths following the experimental kovic shot united kingdom reported. Two hundred ninety. Four deaths is a report will talk about on saturday. Where pfizer's corona virus vaccine killed forty times more old people than the virus itself. What have i remember when we talk about reported injuries and deaths. That's only about one or two percent that are ever reported. So you can add a lot. Zero's onto the end of those numbers so again just bring you up to date. So do you. We live in a gotcha as ready to move on something just pops up on my desk. Twenty three people died in norway. Thirteen forty residents in a nursing home in germany died just after being vaccinated in spain. Well again we'll save this for saturday but as we go along. It's just incredible what what is happening in our world so if there are a lot of detox out there ladies and gentlemen but i always say your body is wise and it does a lot of this on its own. But you know we're exposed to so many chemicals and we have such a high toxic load. Our bodies need help every so often and detox advertisements promised to give you more energy. Help you lose weight. Clear up your skin but a lot of them. Just don't work in you the you. You'll see advertisements for juice and water fasting and sometimes they can be counterproductive so what are toxins. Well we we actually had a couple podcasts. On that they're harmful chemicals that are found everywhere over eighty thousand in the united states car. Exhaust secondhand smoke flame retardants plastic packaging heavy metals pesticides. We talked about these exigent hormones that are found now in our meeting. Our dairy are bpa coded receipts. If you don't need that receipt of your hands are damned. please don't touch every seat you'll get a hormone a fido estrogen. But you know unless you're living living in a virgin forest you're gonna come in contact with more or less the these chemicals every day of your life but don't panic as i said your body's wise but we just have to Give it a little help now. And then you know we talk about. Bpa or a and b s. Our bodies will get rid of most of it. But they'll hide the rest of your fat cells and that's when it starts messing with your hormones and that's why it's hard for a utilize. Wait some time because your body knows it when that toxic material comes out of the fat is gonna make you sick so slow. Your metabolism up. So that's why i think it is important. We do a little bit of talking today about detox. And and while we're detoxing we also get rid of some mole toxins and we have to think about heavy metals like lead nickel cadmium mercury aluminum pharmaceuticals. Get stuck in there. Also so let's have a start. It is not a myth that you cannot detoxify. you can detoxify. And you can't get rid of toxins like we just talked about and other metabolic poisons. So how does it work. Well when you detoxify your body your body heals and repairs itself your body. Always want that state of homeo- stays is always wants to be healthy and happy and generally continues naturally. You don't even know what's happening. But when you detoxify you will affect your cardiovascular system your lymphocytic system your digestive system your urinary system and a barges organ of your body the skin and also respiratory since System and the blood in our bodies link at all these systems together the naturally delivering oxygen and nutrients and that with they do then they carry the metabolic waste away so they can be clemson. Detoxified and the liver which will also discuss is the headquarters for this. This detoxification system. You know the livers amazing organ and academy regenerates only only organized but it has over five hundred tasks and one of them is the filter toxins and keep your blood clean. It happens in a couple of phases. We're not gonna get into that but a has a lot to do with peptides and hormones and that should occur without you thinking about it and the skin is going to be really important in our detox because the sweat glands they act like a set your second kidney sweat you get rid of a lot of toxins. How much surface area than average person under skin. It's been measured. He averaged service. Area is eleven thousand square feet. That's why sloan is could be effective. That's why exercises effective so as we go warm. We'll talk about diet because we don't want to eat those lifeless foods that are processed talk. We'll talk about digestion. How the that plays regulating your blood. Sugar fats mineral hydration. I cannot talk enough about hydration half your body weight in ounces every day. I'm a big fan of juicing of some people are i i will. I do like detoxification bass if you can do them. It's an old tradition because of the skin the skin takes in these nutrients from the bath. Toxins in the water. If you're interested in that i can give you a suggestion. Choose what you want. What have to one cup of either either. Epsom salts. Baking soda sea salt seaweed. Patter an app or apple cider. Vinegar okay with them in a bath either. Not all epsom salts baking soda see-saw seaweed powder or apple cider vinegar one half to one cup and start out with you know average temperature than if you can work up the higher temperatures and longer best times trying to get at least a half hour mark with a nice temperature. Detoxification reaction will start about five to ten minutes. Okay and then all his poise will come out of your body getting nicer insulf off afterwards and sleep like a baby and if you feel like at a nice skin brushing will also help always trust your body. Your body knows what it needs at any moment. Important to stay in touch with your body ladies and gentlemen so some simple ways to detoxify. You know i've been talking for over a year since the pandemic started about probiotics. Because it keeps you your immune system operating effectively and there are many many probiotics out there. I like the Biotic but there's lots of different ones so good probiotic and ingest some culture food. We've talked about keefer non. Cow's milk yogurt eating raw foods and vegetables are really healthy for your micro bio and they're the root of where you're good. Bacteria come from so you know it's really important to start with a good probiotic and they'll help you get rid of all that. Bpa that's harming our bodies all this stuff that we take in sometimes we'd take it in like touching every seat. You don't even know you're doing it so start with a good probiotic trying break a break. A good sweat. It's not grossly gentlemen to to to sweat. You don't have to be using any per sprints that block your sweat glands it stop that swept from coming out and keep all that poison in your body just makes it worse because we we we get more. We don't let the poison out and that's where we we get some body odor. Our bodies are made to move. It's re- it's uplifting you'll you'll feel fantastic if you could move running. Water doesn't freeze. Was a saying. I learned when i was in medical school in the early sixties and is true. You've got to keep moving and you know you've heard me earlier mentioned lymphatic system. We don't talk about that but we have arteries we have as we have the lymphatic system. It's a big part of our circulatory. System and exercise will get the this lymphatic fluid flowing through it. You know you everybody. I think you've heard of live knows whether part of this system they collect toxins. This helps get them out of there. Exercise it movement is really important. That's really good if you can break sweat but you know just walking will suffice in getting that lymph circulation system going but then if you could break a sweat you have a one two punch everything getting getting rid of toxins. You you've heard about breakfast. It's two words. Brb a. k. And then fasd so a lot of people are now are say. Do not break fast gopher as long as you can after you wake up before you have your first food of the day. Some people are recommending. The genyk is that you skip your breakfast entirely. Do not break the fast until you're truly hungry and that's where The coconut oil comes in a lot of people are using a coconut oil. Coffee gives them that boost of energy. And it's all natural so Try not to break the fast and when you break fast. Try and eat as clean as possible. I this should be painful. You'll get used to it and you can still have your coffee or tea. Just don't have the french toaster. The pop pop over whatever else you. That's quick and i will remind you talked to have not talked about it enough. But that the coconut oil can give you energy and get rid of that morning brain feel so sluggish. It's a great source of fuel to you. Know it's a medium chain oil. Your body can use that coconut oil for energy. Just so fast. It's incredible so it. Just think of that in the morning to try not to break the fast for breakfast. And then i guess ripped the number four already. I i like spices in my diet. They can work wonders as stimulating detoxification in your body. There's studies to prove this. And you probably not gonna like what. I'm going to say next book garlic beach drugs in the detoxification of lead from your body and you've always heard back as far as pocket. Tees use food as your medicine if you love garlic okay. That's probably good your step ahead but if you don't you might just want to try some garlic pills and there's other other spices you can use but the that that came out ahead of everything else and i cannot. I would be remiss. If i didn't say an apple a day. It's not going to go away. Believe it or not. It's it's an amazing fruit. Really is i could go into a long study long story about what happened after chernobyl apples but believe it. I guess the summary of the story would be that the apple pectin the stuff inside. The apple was used to reduce the radioactive material in exposed children and it worked. They can prove it. Decreased radioactive caesium one thirty seven by sixty percent. But the best thing is apple is a whole food okay. It's a whole foods. Just incorporate a good apple that's preferably a one hundred percent organic and not irradiated into your daily diet is not only a pleasurable experience. But it will help you to detox and it could be thing to break your fast avid apple. You'll be measured. You'll be detox all over all at one time so there. There's some of the things that you can do Every day and then on the other side of the coin. Try not to throw yourself into into this chemical warfare every day unless you need your receipt. Don't take them next to can food there. High and bist malay- canned foods. Ladies and gentlemen are an alphabet soup of this spills in their can liners yeah. Bpa bbs s and incredible. So it's in the lining of the can and they can do damage to your heart your brain and these petrochemicals like i say they're even in the thermal printer receipts so your your your hands. Are dan for use a lotion. Sanitizer it drives it in faster so that would leave me to ask you to try and limit or stop this petrochemical slathering. On your body game remember. It could be worse than eating petrochemicals because of that large surface area of your skin the largest organ of your body. So you know if you eat something what happens it goes into your digestive system and then your liver at one of its more than five hundred functions to detoxify which you eat and then it cleans your liberal clean it clean up what you eat and then we'll get into your bloodstream stream but what happens with your skin. There's no guard right to keep the poisons out right and you slather it on. Your skin does right in just just about it. And i want you to drink water but i don't want you to drink municipal water because there is no such thing as safe tap water all right. You're going to have to figure out how you want to do that. But buying a filter is a great idea for your help. It'll keep you healthier epic filters are good at the berkeley burkey filters are good. Now you could do some research and see which one fits fit your budget. We talked about micro-plastics even the plastic bottles. I mean you drink all this plastic water. You're not you're getting the bp from the plastic and then you're getting micro-plastics going into your system just cannot be good and i love municipal water. We've talked about four and chlorine but fluoride has been something that has been used for years and years and years to to decrease brain function it has been linked to decreased. Iq's in dna damage. And it's been linked to cancer. So why do we want to expose ourselves it to be unethical water. In case that's my thoughts. Let me just check southern here Whereas my word okay. Thank you for the feedback Dr tozzi We always have people monitoring and she's one of them Monitoring our broadcast so look. I'm going to recommend something. I don't usually recommend it. Pacific product. But i i. I learned this years ago. From dr william wong a use it is called ultra liquids zeolite and it's enhanced with something called d. h. d. h. q. Is course it. And what do we recommend for Cove it is corseted. It can remove toxic heavy metals. Mercury arsenic lead pesticides herbicides foll- organic compounds radioactive elements. Dr wong used it to remove radioactive elements and it doesn't get rid of the beneficial minerals that your body needs like the calcium or magnesium. It's a great product twenty drops. A day is extremely safe. Nontoxic it can even reduce your viral load in addition to getting rid of everything that we just talked about and by getting rid of all this stuff actually can improve the nutrients that you do absorb and as a side effect. It's a heck of an antioxidant and there are studies that say that this product can reduce symptoms of allergies and help prevent premature aging. This is liquid zeolite that contains d. h. Which is a form of quercetin. It's available on the internet. You can look it up z. E. l. i. T. the liquid zeolite As i said. I learned this from dr wong years ago and Been using it. And i really think it has a place in our detoxification program. I mean you know when you think about. The romans used zeolite long long time ago then after the roman empire fell. Start to come back. And when i did my research around seventeen fifty six and actual crohn's felt merged. Two greek words zeo meaning boiling and leave those meaning stone because zeolite released plenty of steam when heated. So that's how they got zeolite ended as if you look at the camera she of it. It looks like a cage and that's where all the stuff gets the aluminum zinc ten. Whatever gets trapped in these little cages. It's excreted through urine. You're in your faces so is considered maybe like a magnet. How can just the stuff adheres to it. So it's a great medical use for This this product for detoxification if you have stuffing your gut if you have heavy metals It'll it'll bind it up it'll take it out. Of course you'd never wanna inhale zeolite but we're not using it as a dust. That's the only bad thing about it just you know. We're not using the dust part we're using the liquid zeolite. It has a lot of health benefits big time benefits if it did nothing else but take away the heavy metals that would be that would be a plus but some other things have been reported with zeolite. It helps the brain cells. And i started the program for that by eating. Cheese detoxify detoxified. These heavy metals mercury was associated with the mad hatter. Aluminum is associated with alzheimer's disease. This stuff out of your body wants These toxins out of your body as a side effect. You'll also if there's any radio activity in your body outta goes one thing else. I forgot to mention it can get rid of the perfluorinated compounds. The pfc's that's the stuff that they used to make furniture and to make nonstick pants teflon horrible for our bodies that helps get rid of it. And you know we've talked about leaky gut leaky vicky brain. They're really related. Okay with that now. I don't have any studies in humans but in mice zeolite helped all sort of colitis. And if i clear it out everything you're putting it. Make sure that the good beneficial bacteria in your microbiome stay healthy right. We need good healthy bacteria To keep us healthy to keep our immune system to keep our immune system healthy and working properly a superior interior. there's other effects that that you'll see about it about cancer so forth with these are mainly in animals. I can't really talk to too much about that. But you'll have you know the benefits of detoxification. Are you going to have healthier skin. Just gonna look more radiant. You'll have less allergies less inflammation. So they say that When you use it the effects last for twenty four hours no significant side effects okay. 'cause you're not gonna inhale it and you know you'll be detoxify detoxifying your liver. What did i say. Over five hundred pursue processes that deliver has to control. We keep our liver healthy to So how do you keep your liver healthy. Well let's let's hit this them will go onto a great drink you can make always if you can avoid it remove toxic foods from your body at their. The high press says sugar foods puts your body and your liver risk there. Those hydrogenated oils refined sugar convenience foods lunch meats. By the way lunch meats have nitro nitrites zeolite will take out nitrites. So well you sort of have to. I'm sorry to say gotta cook a little more healthier and you have to make sure your drink healthy water if you're into juicing. I'm not a vegetable juice person but it there's nothing bad about it but if you don't like eating vegetables there is a place for juicing and you can you know you can use a variety of vegetables. Four or five per serving people suggest. Some people are disgusted to buy vegetables with juice them. Okay and by juicy them you know your your intestines will have an easier time digesting them because you you you've got Down to liquid if you want an an idea for juicing for your liver well. Here's what is recommended cabbage. Calif lower brussel sprouts. And if you wanna sweet it up you can put some carrots cucumbers beets and greens in there and they actually help your intestine with your microbiome if you wanna try using. Give it a shot. If you don't like your vegetables really. This is a way to get them into your system. Are you getting forty. Seven hundred milligrams. A day of potasium was the highest potasium foods. You can eat now. it's not bananas. Surprise right guess what. It's that sweet. Potato sweet potato has the most potasium a single medium sweet potato contains nearly seven hundred milligrams of potassium and also has high fiber in beta carotene rate. But it has a lot of potasium. It's only one hundred thirty one calories naturally sweet release slowly into your bloodstream. So you don't have to worry about a glycemic spike in your blood sugar with another one. Okay of you about tomatoes and tomato sauces. a cup of tomato puree contains one thousand sixty five milligrams of potassium. How about that. So sweet potatoes and tomatoes. Especially if you know you use the sauces because if you use fresh tomatoes and you get a cup of them that's only going to be four hundred milligrams but if they're parade. That same cup will now be more than three times as much. I'm really a making a lot of people happy by recommending. Be greens and spinach beans right. But they're all high pedaza and finally if you need a banana for your smoothie or jink they do have potasium but only four hundred. Seventy milligrams all right. So i won't tell you what some people are recommending that a lot of people Recommend eating real ever taking liver tablets. I don't have a lot of experience with that. But liver is believe it or not if you can get it. from grass. fed cattle is rich in vitamins. It really is. It has cokie attendant. Your co q. Ten especially with with covid recommend. 'cause i know turn a lot of people off but liver ladies and gentlemen is one of the most nutrient dense foods that we can eat can eat liver. Go ahead and take a liver pill. So what's a good detox drink. If you're not feeling good you're feeling sluggish and this is not mine. This game from doctor acts. You're feeling moody. Blue achey okay. I'm gonna give you his secret. That only contain forty calories so the first step warm twelve to sixteen ounces of water filtered water twelve the sixteen ounces. now you have to start adding stuff. The first thing you put in there is two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. Yeah that's the warm water then star in a half to one teaspoon of ground ginger a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon dash cayenne pepper and lastly to ingredients two tablespoons of lemon juice one teaspoon of raw local honey now that's optional. But it does add some nice sweetness to the drink he stirred all up. And you just enjoy it. Some people like it warm. But you can drink at any temperature if you've really toxic and you really want to get rid of a lot of stuff you could drink it more than once a day but drink before meals. If you use this two or three times a day it would probably take two about two weeks of flesh out your toxins but if you just want it for energy also have it before breakfast or lunch. Okay let me go over these ingredients again. great drink. You gotta warm. You have to warm twelve to sixteen ounces of water two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. I use organic Apple cider vinegar when it might detox drink what have to one teaspoon of brown sugar ginger one quarter teaspoon of sediment and a dash of cayenne pepper. And i do use. The honey i use one tablespoon. But 'cause i really do like it and i have a forum close to my home so last two ingredients that the computer two tablespoons of lemon juice and one teaspoon of local honey great little recipes. Gentlemen all right so. I hope i gave you some ideas about a detoxification. Y it's needed. And it's all part of the unhealthy. Right it's all part of having a positive attitude keeping your mind and body active. Keep in touch with your body and your spirit spend some time outdoors call. Your friends eat healthy next week. We'll talk about sleep because we haven't talked about it a while but unless you get a good night's sleep you're never going to be healthy because your brain has to detoxify. Also it has a glimpse fatty system that has to drain out at night. 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Final Fantasy VII Remake | Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Recap
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Another episode of the final fantasy seven remake podcast on post. Show recaps talk in chapters thirteen fourteen and fifteen today. I'm josh wigmore. I'm joined here by brooklyn's ed pull up champion. That's right down to tant. we did it. Oh my god So much has happened in this latest episode. So little time yet. We're doing some binge recordings at night. Because i will be away in a few weeks so we wanted to make sure that we get your all squared away. Get it square layer. Squaring away Before i get out of here so that we can go uninterrupted through the end of the game. So we're actually recording this on sunday sunday evening july twenty fifth twenty twenty one About an hour and twenty minutes before record patrol by the way Suzeta are going to be hanging out with each other for the next four hours wrongly alone And yeah that's what. This is like a seventy two hours or something like that after we podcast did about the last a little bit of fm seven remake. And you did all three of these chapters one of which is like the side quest chapter tabby my friend. This is a lot was solid hours of game. Play this yeah. You're crushed it. Yeah you did it. You did the stuff I'm i'm immensely proud of you. This is also We are recording these words about what. Let's just get the time stamp on this A little Forty nine minutes. Since zedek tweeted the following. I may have accidentally said i may have accidentally tweeted my way into podcasting a year ago. But i think it's twenty twenty one round howard set a goal of turning me into a purple aired version of himself and today. I'm recording three podcasts. And played beat gives for six hours. So i guess he did it. Yeah mission accomplished now. It's my turn to stay The exactly hill. Yeah we made it Were loving this. I don't know if this is best life but it's the one that we've got is the live we got. Yup that's it that's it said how you doing. You just crushed a ton of final fantasy seven remake and a lot of it is like i think there's always some stories stuff for sure and like important story stuff in like meaningful departure from original found fantasies story stuff to to discuss but also just like lots of gameplay that she did today yeah. My notes are a mess because there are like. I don't know eight nine. Ten side quests. You can do in chapter fourteen and no one surprise. I did all of them using it. So you're doing a lot of running around back and forth between sector five in sector six wall market and going underground going upstairs and going all over the place and catching choke. Finding ciocca bows unlocking version of fast travel using grappling hooks. This is actually the most like far cry part final fantasy that i've experienced this boy. You did a lot. I'm just like looking at chapter. Fourteen specifically and i have to tell you as i was saying it out loud on our last podcast was like next time. We're going to do chapter thirteen. Fourteen and fifteen part of me was like we're going to fifteen ono. I'm probably throwing way too much stuff. It said especially. No we're gonna be recording this Actually our plan was to record it on a monday morning. We and you ended up doing it so fast. We can do it on a sunday night. Which is unbelievably incredible. So i am impressed. I'd like at a certain point. I should stop being impressed Just because what you do well. Courtesy of other game playing obligation get canceled this evening because this is literally my life now. I schedule all of my rap game media watching my video game playing in my role playing game streaming are. That's the majority of my time at this point and because kings of neon unfortunately it's able to play chapter fifteen record now otherwise. I think we would have been recording later and talking about less at the same time okay. So let's talk about where where we are because like we're I think our tone right now said is not matching. The tone of the game The sector seven plate has fallen We we begin in like the immediate aftermath of that like we're in the park whereby the slide Or not even. Actually i think we're like in the midst of the rubble. Right like yeah. You're just like on the other side of like the gates basically having to like Bob and weave and crawl our way through tight spaces to find poor barrett who is just like a like cheating we devastated. Yeah he's in the place of like they're all gone. What's going on Well he that's the thing is he doesn't know he's saying they've gotta go find jesse in biggs and wedge and cloud has to tell him that the He saw them on the way up the pillar and they didn't look so hot didn't look so but also like weights while barrett like screams for marlene and then is like marlene's fine but he's like my friend my friend wait. Wait wait wait is okay. Your daughter is safe. He like let's barrett freak out about it for a while and the barrett and thika have conversation and then cloud as like. Oh by the way. Your daughter is fine. I think she's probably okay is is is what he's going to what he's gonna tell her and like this isn't enough hope for barrett to like follow cloud to find out if this is true so a lot of a lot of these chapters especially that i feel like you're running all over mid gar right like Especially in chapter fourteen. You're going to like a lot of it just incentivizes utilize run all over like whatever is accessible of sort of like street level mid gar But even here like you're going from like the rubble to run all the way back to sector five to get to Elmira arabs see marlene again And then like you'll have to like you're going to have to like run through the destroyed highway again. The collapsed highway again. So it's a lot of like of course we're gonna have to go through the sewers again like there's a lotta like revisiting old haunts and just like running back and forth. That goes down here. He should've known when they literally give you a pedometer. Materia the two. You're gonna get your steps in in this portion of the game unique ten thousand steps. Today's what i hear but five thousand steps will get you an eight to in. Ap boost or something that if you link it the pedometer turns into a support materia That's pretty cool. Yeah and when. I liked when barrett having this breakdown and i said i was like at. He's freaked out about my. And i set us up because he does the air got her wet put. Tika is like kind of looking around at everything and is like this is our fault. You know like this happened as retaliation for avalanche embarrassed like no. You can't ever think that way you know whatever happened before this shin ripple. The trigger aren't doing this today. This is generous fall. And you can't put on yourself yep And he tells her to hold onto her anger. Like remember how you feel like let that motivate propel you to action motivate you into action rather than despair. I think And that feels like a really important sentiment for activists to remember now. It's certainly something that like. You know the society's narrative is like well this is your own fault and like if bad things happen. It's because you didn't do enough to fix. Not because society is structurally like made to work against you and then blame you for it. and anger hopefully is motivating and not just like lead struck. Well what's interesting about. That is like that's what barrett is like giving kifah and it's going to be a little later on when kifah like kind of she's the one with the words of wisdom where bear is like He's really He's like really pissed off when there's like some misinformation being spread about avalanche. And like new life opposites for wu ties. Like that's not what's going on like. Don't don't take away our agency from us you know like biggs and wedge and jesse and everybody wake don't don't like Diminish what we were fighting for and like he's gonna get up there and cause a scene and tvos like not right now. Look at how horrible everything is. Let's do something about that. I really liked deepen chapter fourteen. Cheapest like don't forget like we got a side quest right now you know but like i do think like like if you think too hard about that they go on a bunch of side quests when there is a little bit of a time crunch probably to finding heiress like screens Strain credulity but i think like with with this I i think it's a video game. You let go of it a little bit. I think that like sort of like the plot engine behind her being like we have to do some good down here for the people who are really being like you know totally roughed up by everything that's going on. I think the justification that she gives is like you know. This might be the last time that we're here and clearly. These people need some help. So i should like try and help while we can while we're still here before we you know reached the point of no return basically literally the game will be like. Hey you can't come back. I hope that you can't come does go back and forth between trying to play a narrative -ly and do what makes the most sense narrative late while also having a completion est mindset and wanting to find all the hidden things and go accomplish all of the tasks even if that doesn't make the most narrative sense when you're on a time crunch here you know like era is is being held captive and we need to get her back but also let's do a dozen things i including copying yup yup for sure all right so you go and like you're winding your way through eventually as you're doing so Cloud will have a vision of roth. Who is going to show up to. Mach cloud for i believe his words. Something along the lines of icu. Failed again yeah. It's something to that effect. And that comes. This flash comes right after clouds like do you guys know what ancient because they've just heard that word for the first time right before this for the first time in a game whether the characters have heard it before not i m barrett is the one who explains it as the story goes basically the they were the first stewards of the planet. And can maybe talk to it. And it's kind of out of that conversation that this flash of suffer off saying this planet is my birthright cloud happens and he's like yeah you failed again. Yeah he's terrible he's just like hey let me tell you all the ways in which you suck. It's been a while since we've seen safra though so i was like all right. The game remembers he still exists. And there's been a lot of game to play here. Yeah there's a lot that's been going on for sure. So we've had a lot a lot of to do without without steph ross. Even needing to be involved in it at all but he does Know rear his head again again. Here so you wind your way all the way back to elmira And this is where we are going to We're gonna get the scene Which we have in the original game Where elmira is going to kind of tell the story of how she met gareth right leg You know her mother and heiress that her husband was at war. He was a soldier in the war. Whoops i. he didn't come home but she came across this little girl and her mother and her mother was dying She promised to take the little girl in and she was obviously special. She seemed to be able to like communicate planet She foretold elmira husband's death in use the language of return to the planet We see the cup scene of Of song showing up to bring her to shinwa And it's a lot of it is like word for word beat for beat from the original And to a point there. Like and i was having this thought until they like. Say out loud in the game. Where i had this moment said whereas like airs in these flashbacks is like five a since. I wrote this down because it looks like she is if she physically look bigger taller older than marlene. Yes but certainly talks like she's younger yes it did. This game does not understand shelter. They don't it doesn't but then the thing that we kind of drove me like not nuts but like surprised me was like Fifty years or so fast. Like how. They not just taken her at this point. They've known where she is for fifteen years and for whatever reason like i was fine like kind of like forgiving that the original game in like the like slightly heightened dose of reality as kind of like what you're talking about but then there's win l. buyers gonna say. They said she had to come her own accord you know she had to want to come otherwise it wasn't going to work so all right. Yeah a little video gabby logic. I think it's at this point. L. myra is like Don't go after her. You're only gonna make it worse. And so i think in the original game like they're like no we gotta go. We have to save her. I know you don't like it but we're going to do it. And eventually she relents says yes and this one but like everyone's like all right fine. We're going to go save wedge instead in the mia before. All of that like it wants to know. Marlene is okay. Yes scribes marlene to almira. As a little girl with short hair and she's cute as a button That is the entire description fish. This child could be anyone. I don't have any wrong marley. And those things are all true but they're not distinct Yeah But that cracks me up. I also noticed in the reflect. Back of l. Myra in arras o'meara says that she was lonely. 'cause she'd been without her husband and so she felt that the best place for eric was with her which just happened to make me think of a lost thing that you were talking about recently on down the hatch whether our friend is caught up to that point or not. I'm not sure but it felt like there is a little. I thought of a little correlation there now a little direct little bit of synergy. I think that's interesting. I would love to elaborate. But i am trying to protect this. He's he's he's set the message of the district. Thanks look it out and we got you got you covered. I sure yeah so. We're going to head back to sector seven which go the long way through the clap. Sti- way yeah through the tunnels that we did with eric and i thought i was going to have to use those fricken robot hands again and i left this moment where i. I had a moment where i was like wait. Do you have to do this again. Thanks trepidation i saw the Are still down for what's most of this time. Oh how was that. Did you have fun with that. I did i've now like through all of these grind little battles and things got most of the characters Various abilities from each of their weapons at the mike paying more attention to that this time. The nail bed just looks so ridiculous on clouds back as yet like running around compared to all his co. so it's tremendous. I loved the nail bat. See you go. This is where you get to the park and this is sort of like being set at a little bit as like a sector seven refugee camp And everyone like some guy like crawls out from underneath the slide and barret goes why moammar and every time this abbots like what this guy. Yeah yeah also. They like rescue a person who is trapped under concrete to the point. Where like they can't move but they lift up this concrete and then the person is fine. Yeah he was just trapped. You know just stand up as like okay. But there's like a dark version of tif fas theme playoff good. Yes it's really really really chilling especially because up to this point. I think that team is so associated with seventh heaven bar so for it to be playing within like the immediate orbit of the seventh heaven which has just been torched beyond belief like they're going back through sector seven in some like things are Salvageable and some people are still there. But then there's the stuff that's just obviously totally trashed and gone and that includes the sector seven barwick. You do see some of the rubble of that. So tepa song hauntingly playing against that Is is really really really wonderful to hear Is a real is just a really really a really cool piece of music that they have in the game. See a cat. Kitty cat call wenches cats. Okay and then wedges cats like hey come follow me over here and so you do. And he leads you to some sort of subterranean facility. Yeah barrett falls through the floor 'cause we're at like i guess the rubble of wedges house and bear let something collapses under him so he falls into like this underground tests site of sandras and then you're playing his barrett himself for awhile which turned out to be so fine. It's great because like there's so much rubble so you have to shoot your way through the rubble Tonight clear hats continue moving forward and like barrett is and this. This comes as no surprise to me given barrett's personality but he's like the he talks to himself all the way through he so great. He's unbelievable we awesome and know even like throw damn with me and there's like no one to hear it and he's still doing victory fanfare as he's going through olympic style. It's really really really fun as these as these just cutting through in like you do eventually link up with t. a. and like kind of wildly the underground test site Like big boss battle is just you and t barrett and tika So i- clouds very strange and you have to like you move through this test site. You have to shoot at a fan to make it. Stop moving which seems like a terrible idea. yeah But i i think later tif Cloud like comments on that. Did you just shoot at cheaper. I believe and he's like yeah. So machine gun arm whatever. Yeah this is where like. You're working your way towards the unknown entity which is like so. There's like this mob of humanoid monsters that that you and tika guaranteed have to fight. I guess I also there's like these like killer wasps or something that barrett has to shoot like a like a warhead at one point. Just great time. He has to like go around and actually them pretty find wedge and it picks up wedge which is no small feat and is about to like carry him off and then they have to fight all these unknown entities. yeah So there is the unknown entities that like signaling that and this is like what cloud is going to use as like his final card with Arad's mother of like they're gonna do some really terrible stuff to air like you cannot take them at face value that they just want her to be like their special. You know you know tea ceremony guests like they're gonna do something horrible. Something has to be done like we've seen it with our own is now obviously all of this underground test site. Stuff is new. This is not in the original game. I think that this is linked I believe in people who know better than i can can weigh in on this but i think that this is linked to a piece of like final fantasy seven like sort of extended universe mythology called deep ground Which is like an answer larry. Shinn roofing That i think may have some something to some role to play an f. f. seven Crisis corps in advent children certainly in dirge of service. The vincent valentine gema So like not my absolute favorite stuff. And it's it's like really front and center in An entire story line that they that they built surrounding this And there's more in integrated the in the up stuff So i don't know where they're going. And i do think that like i understand. Feeling the needs like really embellish the mid guard stuff for its own games ed but then like the rest final fantasy seven. There's so much going on. And if they're going to be getting into world map territory anyway like don't throw too much more of this at me when you could be like taking me to temple the ancients by game too you know what i mean like everyone relax the so i i am a little bit concerned like this kind of stuff is the thing. That's the most concerning to me is like how much do y'all really love your dirge. Cerberus mythology it. Seems like you like an ally. You may like it more than most of us. Do as little bit of my concern. Are you surprised at all that wedge is alive. Yeah i was very surprised because like the cut scene you see in the previous chapter. Certainly implies like he's getting crushed He may not be on the pillar like on the steps leading up But he's he's on the ground in the place where everything got crushed right And in the original game We never see him again So that feels like a pretty big shift to make to essentially like revived this character right. Yeah it's a little weird And yet that's what's going down Not that i'm mad about. I do love wedge. You know matthew. I'm happy that he that he's made it. But at the same time. I remember playing at the first time. Being will that's different. You know a lot of this part is is kinda kinda different. Yeah you save him. This won't be the last time we go here right like you know. We'll we'll be talking about the underground facility again in a little bit probably But you do go back and you go to elmira 's with wedge like you leave wedge in In in i think eric's bedroom and later that night And now we're you know that's the end of chapter three. Were at the start of chapter fourteen at this point Cloud can't sleep in. It turns out someone else can't either said yeah This i got so confused here because the game does not tell you where to go so like you go outside but the little mini map is showing you. The goal has the house right. I had to like run around. Forbid i had to watch a video to understand where to walk I should have gone back to that. And i didn't want to spoil me so i stopped as soon as i understood what direction to go but i should have gone back to watch it because in the walk video. Cloud sees kifah in my video. He in my game he saw heiress. Yup yeah so you're at this point where a lot of the decisions that you made in the game lead to whether or not you are going to see Like which character you're going to see here So this is like this is sort of f f seven remakes version of the gold saucer date. That like you could either go you know. Well look. they're gonna do it again. You gotta get yourself ready for that. Our friend But don't worry you've got three years together. Yeah yeah plenty of the soonest. Probably but yeah so you. Can you talk to aris or you can talk to to tepa or you can talk to bear as well There is a barrett scene. Which was actually. When i got this time i was. I was surprised. I guess because i'm not doing at this is determined by a lot of different data points including like did you do all of the sector seven. Side quests with tepa did you do all of the sector five. Side quests with aris. Did you do more of one than the other if you did all of those things. What are some of the other choices you made along the way like. Did you go and talk to i right. There's here's the things like that. There's like other decisions. I'm sure weights mostly towards earth as like the as sort of like the preferred outcome like the preferred narrative outcome But in order to get one hundred percent completion you have to see them. All you have to. You have to see every single one of the scenes So you got arod. Yeah this so strange to me. Because i was thinking about it as i was watching it. And so what happens when you go see era Is cloud says that. Elmira is worried about her to an era says all that means you're also worried about me he says. Of course i am and then Since this whole thing about like telling cloud that he can't fall in love with her even if he thinks he already has because not real and that just feels like such a specific conversation to have the same kind of conversation. That could happen if you're talking to somebody else versus like if you go on the date in the golden saucer with whoever you you walk through those same steps kind of either way more like you know. Cut print repeat yeah well. There's there's a lot of variance to the types of scenes that you get. Yeah i think the scene that you get with era is like she is somehow there she cloud will say she's calling out to me as what else tells he'll tell l. meyer that he feels her calling out to him. He'll say that no matter what the next day no matter who who he sees here But yes it. Is it a dream. And she's like don't fall in love with me no matter what you do and like us the people who play the original final fantasy seven or probably like listen to her. Listen to her gets that it does get bad So there there is that piece. Best bars like what the scenes can be like. They can all be really really different. I could if you wanted to. We could like for the podcast. We could play one of them That is definitely we could do. You have a preference would you wanna see barrett or tika. Yeah i'd love to see the barrett one. I'm you that's coca cola. So i'm gonna pull that up real quick. I'm going pass up all your finding that are really great line of dialogue. Like hit me right in the gut right before this as like. You're leaving we're getting out of the facility. Clouds shown up in they're taking wedge Now they're taking wedge back to l. mirus Avalanches friends and barrett wants to look for the others in. This is where cloud like effectively tells him that they're gone and that's a lost cause and t fa says dave returned to the planet. Embarrassed says they were supposed to return to us. I know yeah. It's really really really super sad. So perhaps unsurprisingly then said The barrett scene has a lot to do with thinking about the members of avalanche who are not with them anymore or at least at this time This is the point on down. The hat's where i would say sow number one it. You should rest up while you can likewise good real good of my eyes. I start thinking about things. Damme anything sip but ask him to paint you. A and boy. Those dabs everyone then until tricks steel and code. I still don't stay. Stolis share of hearts to win the king to the ladies. He just had the one. Luke ahah flowers it behind his back some of mine of become for me. He pulled the flower trick on. Believe she gold stickle or she did quartermaster. Nellie had a good nap at that. She was tight with jesse people sometimes to assist eight. Say no way get upset but then yeah they'll all be fine like me after we say i'll introduce you to the sounds good. Never feel better. After talking with joe hardboiled you can sleep now. That of there you go. That is That's the barrett date interest. It's like a is so weird because it's like kind of jaunty but the like the motion of the of the seed is almost like fallen comrades survivor. But yeah they're alive. He's like not giving up. You know i think is sort of the vibe is like i refuse. They're out there somewhere like they're not dead like there's there's like the dream lives on kinda kinda deal. But the vibe. On that is is decidedly different from the seed yeah decidedly different from typhus. Seen as well where the t the scene is like. I don't know how much more of this i can handle kind of thing. You know. it's like everybody has a very individualized Version of this But i think like the through line for all of it is like mankad. You come such a good listener. You know he's does happen later with barrett I can't remember. I have it in my notes. But i can't remember exactly when it happens I think it's right towards the end. Chapter fifteen where he's like used to be like such a little shit. I thought you were the worst person. I'd ever bet she's really aided you care about you. Heard just like a total piece of trash Hard-boiled yeah isn't there. There's the part where i think. That's where like crowd makes some other joke. See make another if the money's right joke. I think they're like when they've climbed up When you've grappled gun your way up the pillar or up the plate or up. Whatever it is you're climbing and they're like looking out at the view and barrett says we'll build a new bar atif says yeah we will event is like cloud. You're gonna help right. He's like the price is right. The prices right prices right. So yeah the choices that you're building towards so if you wanna get on dj you're going to have to do that to get the the barrett seen at some point said you got air already So yeah that's that's fun stuff I i. I was really surprised to get this time around for myself Either way the next day is work clouds. Like we're going after heiress myers like i've thought about it and yeah. Of course they do that am barrett has to say goodbye to marlene again. Yeah And i think there is kind of a hint. You had said before that. Like there's a theory that maybe marlene is an ancient correct. John and i think if you're looking for that there is sort of this hint here that marlene understand something about heiress And i also noticed that like. They're both wearing pink dresses in black boots. So they dislike costume tying echoing through both characters. It feels right. Do me favor and remind me. I have a crazy. Marlene theory But it's too early to talk about. Gosh really really wild one okay. So so everyone's like all right. Well let's do this. We're gonna we're gonna we're gonna bust in schinder hq Not this episode of the podcast. But next time and like let's let's what are we gonna do. Are we going to get there. And i think cloud and t for our like. I hate it but we've probably gotta go Poke around with don cornelio Because that dude knows everything so he may know away to bust in on your way though you do. See like a gathering of people In front of this this woman named kyri kyrie. A curious is that right. Oh my god uh-huh it is spelled kyri. This is like the most. You know millennials naming their children seen it is pronounced curie a. Oh my god by by Her grandmother gillian. Yeah marais none of these names are pronounced the way that they're still if so that's so odd it's been a while since i've done the side quest so my goodness but she's like she's like you know like Giving her rhetoric that really pisses off barrett. We talked about this a bit And this is like the moment where i'm begging. You don't make a scene right now. i can't handle it. These people can't handle it right now. These people are in descending anybody yet. let's do something about the distress. And so it's like okay cool. Let's do quests yup here that's what we're gonna do. There's children who are missing. There's does that are missing. Don cornell has a stash of treasure all over the place. Johnny got mugged data wallet back from right frontier. Ea who mugged him. Yes yeah we could be here for a long time and talk about all of the various side quests we want You have to find the kids. They're missing you gotta find. All the ciocca bows so that you can fast travel all over mid gar. You're gonna need 'cause you're going to be bouncing back and forth. Allot y'all to do that one earlier. Yeah yeah. I'm trying to work differently. Each time like what. The one is like the power of music. You need to collect a few different records is that right. There's the poll up competition. There's the doctor needs medicine. So you have to go find various ingredients that he needs one which links to going back underground facility. Which is its own things you have to fight a behemoth. I think Which is not super easy. Because you have to like. You can't like hit. Its horns right. The behemoth is a classic final fantasy monster gigantic. Like four legged crazy thing that for me is iconic from final fantasy four because emas was was one of these things that you would fight during f. F four's ed And it would be a random encounter accept. It would not have the normal battle music you would ran behemoth and it would have boss music own boss. Fight always very terrifying. Yeah so legendary. Within the the final fantasy candidates this behemoth he was in the underground facility. Who's just like roaring the entire way. You're going through the subterranean facility Further but i have to thing. Yeah and the caption. It's like you hear a roar far off in the distance. And i'm like it doesn't sound that far off. It sounds very cool. And also i believe this is the exact quote bro. I know like i can hear it. You could hear that calling me. That horrifying madam m asks you to go fight some dudes you don't actually fight the dudes. They make you tom berry which is super annoying. Yes that's right. It is so weird to see a tom berry in this aesthetic playing. Ffa where you can summon on berry. And he will waddle up to something. Anna little cartoon speech bubble will come up. That says throwing up. Now you're fighting dislike photo realistic. Little green dude with glowing eyes with his lantern in his chef's knife. Who's just like turning around stabbing you all the death That one took me at like the amount of times that i died in these. Like side quests battles camping to me. Yeah yeah it's tough i do. I do love the pull up bar. You you gotta do pull ups against andrea. And i do. I do really enjoy that Did you do them against jewels now. I only did them. The one time i was like. We're on a mind. This is for when you're doing all the new game. Plus but i've all the more convinced it andrea is that guy from from bring it on the laying choreographers if they bring in because then he's like talking to and he's like I can see your like you must work out a lot. I can see your muscles. Yeah and not in a like hitting on her way like commenting on her body workout context which is something that the choreographer bring it on does in a not very nice. Yeah yeah but andreas like. I must challenge you back. I do love that about the pull ups though it's like this. This is tiki gig. She's got the upper body strength which we will find out about a lot in the next podcast as Also when you get the music discs for betty. Who's that little girl who saw saying go for a little. Betty isn't betty. Also who heiress like picked up through sector seven gives gives tomorrow and then she finds her dad. You get the music for her And she one of them is. A song is like the song that you danced to When you performed at the honey beaten and she says that she and marlene dance to this was like that doesn't seem appropriate. Didn't old guy comes over and it's like no. this is how you jammed. This starts doing this dance. And all the people you get this music formulate. Yeah man you want vibe with my jam area entertaining little little moments. That happen as you're running all over mid guard. I like them said. Because because you know you're you're gonna find out by the end of chapter fourteen that like this is in a way this is like goodbye to mid gar because like now we're gonna we're gonna move once you're done with the side quest or however much side quests you wanted to you reach a point of no return and like it's a little bit of a misnomer because like the game really encourages you to play it again But at least as far as the story yeah like this is point of no return stuff until you know Like twenty years from now in the penultimate or final f- seven remake Chapter comes out and you get to go back to mid gar. Unless there's like very different stuff that happens in the future in the future which is not impossible We've already seen a lot of deviations in this game. There won't really be a reason to to come back to these people so like it is so full of life and decide characters are little hit or miss for sure but like I don't know. I love like toddling around. These people doing like little errands for them. I think it's i think it's fun. My expectation is they'll probably do like they're probably gonna make like calm an junan fairly big robust locations in the next one where you'll be doing like more of this type of stuff is that would be my guest deal on that same continent. Yeah yeah we're not. We're i don. I bet like we end part. Two on the ocean on the on the ship across to costa del sol. Which even just thinking about that being as far as we go utterly infuriates me. I guess it'd be part to like. Oh my god you gotta get us to cosmo canyon at the very least if not for hug. It looks like home. I got a zen. And i were texting about this the other day. Like what's going to look like this game. And i swear to god if they try to put sheet on that speech i'm gonna throw up. I'll be upset so you do. All the side quest he stuff and then you find out that surprise. Surprise marais is the guardian angel of the slums. Who would have seen that coming. Yes and also curious grandmothers. Correct correct. that's great Jillian is the guardian of the of the slums. You go back to the law market eventually like you have to you. Go to dime cornell's mansion in order to advance the game. You find leslie here leslie behind like twelve sets of doors to open so many doors and go through just like hallways in empty rooms to finally get to this man named leslie and when you're talking to him there's like this the music feels like you should be in like a smoky bar with neon lights like sexy music in the background up. I don't know the vibe estranged. I liked it really. It was strange. Yeah it is a little odd but leslie with as little baseball cap. I keep on his evan. Peters looking guy He's like i'll show you where to go. He's got like this weird al's tell you what what what to do here like. What's with a whole. Yeah he's shows them. The whole is like Helped me takeout. Don cornell and i will show you how to infiltrate shi'a and like if only the game gave you a choice because if it were entirely up to me i'm like oh you want me to go back into the sewers no no no way It is it is just as annoying and for me nauseating as it was the other day What what do you have to do. You wind your way like some stupid little guy like steals a key from you except it's not even a key it's this keepsake because lesley's fiancee was selected by dime carneiro to be one of his bride's. He hasn't seen her since then and so he wants vengeance against dime cornelio and like i guess like i don't i don't hate. Leslie is a character. I just i guess i just don't like fully understand this other than we just gotta like. We're we're we're. We're playing the clock at this point at this little like side story that we suddenly get kind of comes out of nowhere and feels like it's not really going to go anywhere else. It's almost like a bottle episode of story. Yes just happening In this in this part of the game as this is why guy around said this is why like junan calm like leslie is gonna show up in june. I got a lead on my fiance. Will you spend an hour helping me man. If i don't get to even costa del sole because of this. I'm sure we'll see on each no more. He had to get out of dodge. Like people are after me. I gotta go bro. You gotta help me. She still go a giant trouble like giannis. Like classic. Run from the lot janis classic. Like gonna get wacked in season. Two of the sopranos type of a character right like this guy can only make it so far a far he gets yet so in the sewers. Like you do eventually like you. Run into dan cornelio Leslie gives chase. We have to fight that stupid sewer monster again at ju. Yeah yeah. He's surrounded by like Little versions of himself you have to fight all from. They're all horrible. he showed a shoot. Yeah i think that's a shoal s. h. o. a. holy showed narrow scout. Put my hands up in. Yeah come on now And find all these little guys. Yeah i gotta pull a lever so that you can go get the rest of cornell secret stash behind a locked door. It was flooded with water. Right yeah and fight this hag in prince hagans they turn you into little with your buster swords they do and then fricking leslie like all right. Here's how it help you. Grappling grappling guns. Definitely couldn't have gotten those anywhere else. and so you do that and then you are given this option of like. Do you want to keep going or do you wanna stick around for a little while because if you don't stick around you'll never come back until new game plus so i don't know if you had finished the side quests at this point or what yeah i left it so that because i could tell based on where the little exclamation points where that like i knew that the from checking the wachter something else that like the leslie part was part of the side quest but also part of the main quest and was going to be like a bit of a journey So i had done everything else. Except finishing like the cornelio. Cornell's like Treasure and dr part. Because you have to get the behemoth horn down there. Yeah but otherwise. I was done in ready to go. And so like there was a world where we were stopping here. Yeah that world existed. Until about four hours i know into now. We are in this world where you do choose to go forward. And it's chapter fifteen. The day mid gar stood still And it is like one of the it. It is one of these chapters a few of these in this game but this is one of those chapters that lake and probably i think more so than any other chapter that this one is like an action movie right like it's pretty light on story. This is in place of in The original game. You have to get these batteries. You plug these batteries into different parts is like you're climbing a wall and a wire. Yeah you gotta you gotta time the jump onto the swinging and fall down one hundred times. I kind of miss that like visually to some extent but like a gun to my head. I'll take this. I think that this is cool. This is pretty cool like it. Visually looks amazing like Basically the whole thrust of this chapter. There's there really is no story really to speak of here. you're climbing grappling gunning your way up and up on these different spots you bear. It does at one point like you better do good. Otherwise we're gonna make fun of you pretty hard. Yeah nothing you can really not do. Well you just have to aim in press triangle. And you're gonna do fine. Although like cut scenes of like everybody like using they're grappling gun to get up and cloud is an as teachers and as and then barrot just like belly flops. He's only got one arm. Want from the man. God watched him climb so many ladders and it makes no sense. I know it the way he does it. As if he he's only using the one arm but he uses his other hand as if he has to arms like his balance would make him one the one hand yes but in order to let go with that hand you would have to be holding on the hand. He doesn't have. I like he's got he should have to like hook the elbow around and keep the elbow. There's like slide the arma just like let's go in like repositions as if he's got a secondhand hanging on there i i guess i had candidate that he did. Yeah hand ken did he just has like incredible legs and it just it's true propel himself upward with like Like a little mini leaps. I climb a ladder a lot because trip. He's you need two hands to do a letter in that way out of context account. Listen to the f. F. seven remake podcast align letters a lot like such an odd quote that i adore This chapter this chapter really is like like final. Fantasy does far cry for The grappling hook the like climbing up a thing the beautiful background scenery. All of these action battles in the like swinging around in the finding hidden things Which is not to say that far. Cry doesn't have a story it certainly does. But this like actiony aspect and the grappling hook mechanics specifically is a very prominent in for So that was very funny to me. Yeah it's cool though because like you have to fight a bunch of shinwa troopers and there's this gigantic like Aerial a machine gun at three. Yeah the valkyrie. That's chasing you around the game. I'm blanking on whether or not they actually go here in genre. Hq i guess we'll find out soon or this is their adaptation of like that moment in shimla. Hq in the original game where you have to like time running across like a hallway basically while the or yeah kind of have to do that here because like you have to time like getting away from like defensive positions otherwise riddled with machine gunfire. Yeah i struggled with that really hard. Yes most cases original game. I don't think i have ever accomplished getting past those guards. I having failed at it enough times that like the game takes pity on you. And it's like okay fine you're across And here i kind of just like kept running until the bullets were out of the way and then keep healing along the way. Because i could not figure out the timing to save my life. Yeah yeah it's very frustrating. You gotta keep doing it and eventually do and then you have to fight this thing. And that's a fact that we the chapter right. I mean nothing narrative happens. I guess you see people in the mid section like the mid place you do. Also you get a moment of barrett where like they run into a trooper and like take him out but then the walkie talkie is still there and so cloud like pretends to be the trooper. It is like Yeah just to a few monsters were fine. No sign of avalanche. And the guy's like yeah. They're probably hiding somewhere. Okay over now. And then i guess even though. It's fundamentally a walkie talkie. Apparently it operates like a telephoned because i guess the call is done when when barrett has his little temper tantrum here. We're not going anywhere. We're going to get your cigarette and clouds. Like they can't hear a thing on the floor screaming so yeah it's a really fun moment but i i it occurs to be i was running through this section of the game like it was a first person shooter. Not in rpg. Where i was like sneaking along the walls. I tried to hide from view of like the things that i'm inevitably going to have to fight. There's no way around it because it's an rpg took over though yeah but instinct was like no sneaky. Get past the enemies because that's how it would work if this were farcry Yeah it was fun though. I had a good this chap this chapter was like light and easy. You keep running and you realized sky like the sunlight is gorgeous own history spanning the buster sword. I love seeing the buster sword like in light and watching it but yeah It's really neat. I even the characters right are like we gotta look at this view. Forget this looks like and so like there. Is that moment where they're all just sort of staring out it's dope it's super dope. It's really cool and of course ends. You've ascended and Like if you don't stop the game quite yet and you like leak a little bit ahead into chapter sixteen you get the iconic Basically cover of Of final fantasy seven which is like cloud buster sword on his back looking up at shinri. Hq because we have arrived. We're at the place This is the spot. This is going to be where you know. Basically the home for the rest of Of the game For the most part is to be all shimmer headquarters stuff. And it's certainly where we're gonna be for. All of the next podcast. I'm pretty hype to get back into shimmer. Hq just want read thirteen. I also miss heiress like i know. We just had her in the last episode which was only a few days ago for us but it feels like it's been so long 'cause there's snake switching materia like upgrading by weapons as i was doing all. These big fights Switchover to areas. Like nope i don't have her haven't had her for what feels like a million years yup. Yeah 'cause there's so much you have to do without her rowling happening down there and we were like down in In like shin rod test site wears red thirteen. Give him to be given to download. So i can't wait to get there. Yeah yeah yeah. I'm really excited to To get your thoughts on how game handles read thirteen Because that is for sure happening in the next chapter. We're going to get like the like. The you know the vents in the shimmer boardrooms why we gotta infiltration rich queue By the way no no. I'm glad i'm thinking of this. I think that this is right. And i don't think i'm just having deja-vu save your game in shimmer. H you relatively often But certainly before that scene in the vents. I think there's a glitch. If i'm not mistaken. I think that there may be a glitch. 'cause like you can like look down in a bunch of different events and see a bunch of stuff and i think you can get stuck there. My memory of it So hopefully i'm wrong and this is for nothing but just in case i'm right Just remember to save before you do events And then like if. That's if that's what's happening just look at the main event that you have to go to ignore the The side vents That shall be a one of a seat bone of but a series of events that will occur next week. We're going to get into ho. Joe you know or see all these people all these idiots We're going to do. We're going to do the whole thing. And then It's really gonna it's really going to go off By the end of next week's podcast and then the one after that you shall beat the game and we will have so much to talk about lots to discuss much too much to cover So that's where at next week. We will do chapters sixteen and seventeen The belly of the beast and deliverance from chaos. Or the names of those two chapters Then anything we didn't hit on in this one that you want to go back to or cover. I think we covered it. I do have a note here. when you're fighting tom berry one of cornell's lackey says hack into bits. You hear me one of the times. I heard hacking to bits kurmi which says he's green. That's an experience that i had i myself. Kermit time berry would be great. Yeah i think it fits push comes to shove bet. Kermit would put up a fight in as a up against the what you gonna do. He would do whatever needed to be done. Although i kind of in my head i think of A different It butts in the honeydew. Seems more time berry. Ish sat the guy no idea of button. Honeydew that right is that brunson. Honeydew that like but shirtless. Yeah but sure it was honey. Do you do let me. i'll watch your tax. it's coming in and four three two one. Bunsen honeydew that guy do berry. Perhaps not a muppet. He's a time berry in disguise. Yeah he's a it was like an ivy league is on berry. He went to columbia. Medical school Buds and honey. Dan all right Brooklyn said at hard rock. Hope on yon internet's What's going on all the usual things happening in fifteen minutes time to get a quick snack do like a water break and then we're on. Yeah so watching. Lots of mole on netflix playing lots of final fantasy. I haven't even looked at final fantasy fourteen. Since the last time we recorded. i've been so busy With with remake and all the other media have to watch for things. I'm resigned to. I'm not. I'm not going to get to play off at fourteen until the end of august. Yes it's going to be a minute before. I go to go back and i crushed ton of it recently but not since we last recorded this morning and at the podcast dropped while we were recording. This fun i was on hold up with our friend grace leader and let's tutsi talking about a movie that i love velvet goldmine the nineteen ninety eight film You can check that out at. Hold up pod on twitter. Instagram p Hold up podcast. Wherever you get your podcasts. We're going to record the mole. You can find him. Trish dot tv slash. Gm philly. on. Sundays in tuesday's but not this sunday And that's where matt we're maybe this sunday. I don't know a now in your in your lives at their royal you royal you and Yeah i'm at round howard redo the post show recaps. You could check out all the things we're doing at all. I think it's a new month. Hey you know what. It's i believe this is coming out right right on the edge not quite but so close just like put it in your calendar. It's august i. It's coming up. Just like saying morrow tomorrow just like sign up. Sign up august i Patriots dot com slash recaps. This was the moment you were waiting for your waiting for this exact reminder and you're like yeah i'm going to do the cool thing i'm gonna sign up. I'm going to do the staff and play found fantasy with all of these people who are going to become a new best friends Yeah you're gonna wanna do that. So page on dot com slash recaps consider signing up At whatever level you are able to we certainly appreciate your support as we are continuing to grow our fabulous community Next week we are going into shinohara. Hq could not possibly be more hyped. We'll be back in short order until then everybody take care. Bye-bye i minute maid slushie that at mcdonald's and if you'd like to thank me for that information i'll gladly. It's more than drink it. 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Episode 400 with Neil Nosakowski of High Score eSports
"Welcome thank you once again for hanging out with us. This is a special occasion because this episode four hundred of the tv show. This thing started. What back in two thousand. And when did we start this thirteen few iterations. But yeah this is episode four hundred. We're very happy to be broadcasting. Live from our homes no longer quaranteed. I'm your host bob. Be along with producer rainy walker special guests this week. Neil know kaczynski the ceo of high score e sports. We're going to talk about the new gaming lounge opening up in farmington hills and the whole gaming world in general and all the things i like to argue about when i was in the eighties. And when when i my games were better than your games but anyway Happy fathers day to everyone that celebrated also happy. June eighteenth week you can find some line. It in the dot com. Give us a like on the socials and subscribe to us everywhere. Fine podcasts are sold a quick shout out to nancy whiskies. It really appreciate you last week. A had honestly Better turnout than i than i anticipated. It was a it was a perfect turnout. Not too many people not too late for networking nancy whiskies. We're going to be doing it for the next two months we booked already so the august september events are going to be at nancy whiskies in the patio june july and august july and august. I think you were right now. So i in august and september. We're going to I think we're gonna whiskey in the jar traffic so we got the pretty much the calendar set for the next step four months or so so Fight on meet up. Dot com slash. It you wanna keep track of where we are and look forward to meet ya so i haven't done a good rant in a very very long time. And there's something going on in the world that i'm not a big fan of have you driven reindeer neil from your home to anywhere in detroit in back using is seventy five yes frequently so what. I'm what happened to me was i plug it nancy. Whiskey's right and it tells me i'm going to be like forty five fifty minutes to get there and i call random like oh my god you don't wanna be like fifteen minutes. Left the house early head me get off it every single exit starting at like big beaver road to take woodward down and literally every exit. No matter what i got there on time coming home has me get off every exit going home to take woodward home. I got home twenty minutes earlier than what it said saturday. We go to the game at hamtramck. Same thing going home. Same thing like can google tell or can someone m dot announced like do not steer people clear of i seventy five because traffic sucks. Because i've never heard of that before. And if i've been living under a rock maybe but at this is completely new to me. I've never seen any road like that happen. I have no idea what's going on. I wanted to avoid seventy five so badly but it did in two days in a row to different spots again going to cork town go and a hamtramck academy getting off at mcnichols coming home from tragic to take mcnichols to woodward deem it was it was purposely avoiding me going and there was zero traffic. It was saturday step on the breaks twice like lightly. So yeah i don't know if like i didn't realize you could manipulate traffic patterns but just going through normal traffic. I made twenty minutes. I made out ahead. Somebody's banking on seventy five with like twenty cell phones so it looks like there's a traffic jam. I swear. I swear. I haven't used google maps in years. Ample amounts has been really good lately. So that's what i use from education. Google maps did me right until now. And now i'm angry and i don't know now i gotta go back. This map quest a thing have to go of ways as any better maybe owned by google. No but it might seem yeah. There's we always get out. Do i used to have to business trips i. It wasn't that long ago if the printed out like i remember. I flew around the country. So i'm like idaho from like the hotel from the airport so i had to type like m. c. o. Two hotel it was staying at the hotel to the. Yeah then all like. I literally have whole folder full of like printed maps anyway We talking about movies. I know loki as been amazing. Actually the screen crush afterwards. And i'm not angry. I think they're doing a hell of a job is is definitely not a scott back hewlett quantum leap a rip off. They're i think they're killing it there Kind of creating their own little world and it's all this free will versus the will of will of man verse the will of god or whatever the the mc god. 'as but. I think it's a super cool the way it's turning. I was once like me and my wife always watch movies and we always watch these trash movies because we find that one looks like a good thriller movie or watch that one. We actually were pleasantly surprised. If you haven't watched the movie wrong turn I don't think there's anybody famous in it. You need to catch it. It's one of those motel. Hell cars going through runs over. Nails the people in the woods. I'm not gonna lie. This thing took twist and i was like completely wrapped up in this thing to ending was awesome again. Almost like i had like tarantino. I feel at the end Totally awesome it's called wrong turn and then Have you guys seen hostile three. Yeah longtime ago. So here's the problem with with movies that were filmed in detroit. I couldn't watch the movie because every time they were in a different area. Like ooh there in the masonic theater now. Ooh that's the russell. Ooh their industry in pontiac. Ooh that's cast absolute absolute little. You can't not like you had to follow those movies but like you stop watching it and you start looking at where they're at and like the the big area where did the stage theatre where they kill the people that's in the masonic he could totally tell with the architecture and everything Totally garbage will be. There are the they're supposed to be in vegas. They're greektown casino. You could tell what the carpet and the and the degree. Colm urals in the ceiling. You know and it's like come on you know but it was fun. It was a fun watch anyway. I don't know if this is a good news bad news. I don't know how many people care there's a movies up coming to detroit at the tin roof. Randy are you gonna. Are you gonna stay on the line for that. I'm not a clerks fan dogma fan so it's not really big deal to me so i kind of am but don't know if i want to stand in line for like a for lake bar burger like just take a picture next to the ice. I can assure you were open sign. It's like twenty nine bucks and it comes with ticket you've got to buy. Tickets of comes with a digital items are available for purchase. But it's really just burger and fries for twenty nine bucks to go to buy tickets. You have a friend. Who's really into kevin smith. So he definitely got the tickets. Yeah you know. I am too. I bought tickets for his two shows. You know what. I mean like what the show with you once. I believe it was fine. It's just not he's not really my thing. Yeah no fair. Enough fair i'll i'll i'll i'll won't see their then i'll be there So what is google do. Who's there on their product team. 'cause they do awesome stuff and then every other week. It seems like they got. They can't figure out what they wanna do Google hangouts is now google chat. But it wasn't google chat before and g. chat before but then it became. What's google meat. I don't know like i thought hangouts became google meet. It's m. e. e. t. not meat but like new new google chat product. Google became google mean. But now it's google hangouts google chat. Alas this one. I'll give every month. They had they had a problem with the brain in between hangouts and chat for you know. Nobody wants to use a tool called hanging for a professional business. So but that's why they did meet. Yeah i do have meet up emmy dot network. I think i bought it once when i was drunk. At salinas Don't you have to you have to networking events. Either at gay bars or barbecue joint. Also i think either way you could work you work But then the one thing. That's kind of you know it hit me a couple of times i've got notifications that i'm kind of going through now. basically the largest password compilation league of all time eight point four billion entries. I went to go on my google over the stored passwords. Were there's like three hundred seventy one like sites and apps and stuff. I have my password on and now it's like i wanna go and make unique niks. Neil you've been in. It a very long time. What's your what's your take are using one password. What are you doing are you to saving your. I use robo. Form across everything. And i use the generator that can form from my password. So i probably know a small handful of actual passwords and all the rest are stored there. I mean if i ever forget my password. I'm basically dead in the water. Bitcoin yeah you know. Yeah for pretty much and i probably have six hundred or so passwords. Okay so across all the companies in my personal stuff. Yeah i wouldn't know what to do without honestly so but yeah. I'm sure some of my passwords are on that list without a doubt mold ones. I've used a password manager for the longest time now. But you know before i use it a lot of passwords were used and so do i go back to those sites and see if they're still around and update the password on them. Do i update them next time on it through my password managers recommendation of these sites. Maybe compromise you might want to consider changing your password or also tells me you've used this password on these thirty seven sites. You should probably change it on all of them. That's just sit down and like book the whole weekend. Just change my passwords across the internet. Or like do this. I'll wait until you get hacked like. Oh you know what actually cyber news. The article that posted rainy. They have a check and save your passwords been the leaked young and i typed in my generic. I used like one variation of one password like fifteen different ways. But it's the end. It has couldn't find your password any leak. Databases doesn't mean you're immune it says but there's a league password checker if you know. That was Do you remember when the ashley. Madison hack happened or the leak. And of course everybody uses their hotmail or their their yahoo. They're bullshit account and of course iphone bite on there. I'm like well you know it's like just jargon. Judge smells underscore nine hundred ninety six or some stupid. Whenever i made it all the god and then Imagine flying and they're saying oh. You can't fly why because we had computer outage. What was the computer outage for our weather. App isn't working so we can't fly so south west Basically twice in twenty four hours last week But it wasn't there like you think like okay. Your system went down. I kind of joke about that okay. Every sales guy in the world's going to call you but apparently now Third party weather app sleep. Couldn't check the weather with again. Don't they have windows on these airplanes. That's but they could so basically you're saying you can't fly and they're showing pictures of grounded flights like and there's just thousands of people sitting in the airport like getting home and stuff like you like. I don't wanna see you can't do that to people. I guess my safeties today than being unsafe in the air. But like you know. I don't know get a air planes. Trains and automobiles man going to rent a u haul and drier home. Apparently that's what they usually use. After weather app. I mean wouldn't the national weather service. Be part of that somehow or the fa try in charge of something like that seems odd wiser. Not down wiser. Know what why is there. No fallback if this system is so crucial. Why don't they have a backup right. You think okay. We're going to that. One doesn't work. We're gonna use whether dot com is failsafe. Like who's the contingency Again okay now. All the all the dr in the business continuity sales people are calling southwest. Now you have a backup plan if your weather third party weather app goes down. Wait that just happened. I know i would like to show you a demo of my anyway. And here's the i've been watching. I've been heavenly watching soccer. It's crazy that how much power rinaldo has over like the world. And i don't know if he's sitting in front of neil. We talked about this the other day. The guy sitting at a table. There's two bottles of coke. And there are seventy five hundred logos behind him. He takes the two bottles of coke off the table and then the price of coke it they take a four billion dollar market cap. Hit the stock almost immediately which makes no sense to me. Because who's sitting there with coconut portfolio sees that and goes caused their broker and says rinaldo put coke down. Sell like you're getting. It's one of the reasons was stock prices to make no sense to me. But that's one more so I guess bad on him good on him missing out on a lot of money with coke. I think that's the problem is people. Don't call their broker in the brokers knowledgeable enough to say. Listen that's dumb. don't do that. It will just go on their e trade app and go settle robin hood. Yeah or whatever. Yeah i mean you know what i made ten grand on coke last year but since renaldo doesn't like it i don't go out to make money. No more unbelievable randy. What's his garbage about murder hornets. I never believed crab thousand gave thing. Oh they're back again in the news. I feel like they're just being set up to be like cove was just an incidental thing and like murder. Hundreds are going to be the big bad because they keep teasing them in the new so often but they've discovered murder hornets again for the first time this year there discovered in washington state. Have they ever killed anyone on the us but Definitely people have people have died from them and it is incredibly painful. I've watched a dudin youtube tracks down painful insects and lets them intentionally sink rates on a scale and it. It's bad. I thought you would say you. Watch people die from ordnance things. I'm not watching insects films. It's bert horton. Just need four masks to keep you safe now so we instead of masks now we gotta wear formats. But hey one thing i did. Forget in the beginning Sometimes it gets ahead of me. And i forget Whatever you're drinking water for its pop. Beer whatever shot We always like to shot to the one and only david phillips Deeply miss you buddy which you're around to with ridiculously awful laugh that we miss more than anything. So cheers bye so yeah. Let's hop into it High school sports neil. You founded this a few years back. I guess talked to me about the origin story. I was like those on. What were you know trying to. I know you've been a lifelong gamer. Same as me i guess. Where did this whole This passion project starting spin up to extra a real company. Yeah you know we go back to high school days. Right bringing the pc's together because he had to have a land party. That was really reliable. Internet for that kind of stuff or games that use the internet playing quake quake or command and conquer which i've got my brotherhood of niger. It on here for command and cac races new multiplayer over. it ex. And that's going way back right. I don't know if anybody even knows that his anymore. So you had to be plugging together on the same network related to anything to work. So it's been a long time not going to when i went to high school but it was quite a while ago and So when i started my first company we had a basement in the building. Where in so what we do is hold lamb parties there on. That was two thousand one two thousand so this kind of like where. The real gaming lounge started Spent those twenty years the past twenty years. Researching lounges going visiting. We've been almost one of them in the country. At least at a certain point in time and looking at what they do right and wrong and developing a strategy to build the real gaming lounge he sports lounge where people can come and join a league be competitive get into tournaments Basically get better Right now we're getting into a point where colleges and high schools all have sports teams. You can get college scholarships sports just like again football or soccer baseball. So it's kind of like it started such a long time ago that there were none of these things around and it's evolved on its own in. Its kind of come into. Its own the past four or five years and that's about the same time that High score of started to really put some routes down. We had our facility in ferndale. Which i know you guys have been other people we used to have some podcasts. Meet ups there and so we had closed that down not too long ago. Last year was lost during the year last year The city hills's building out their community center. And that's when we struck up a deal with them so we have a public private partnership in place where a our company is providing or building facility within their building A we will run out but italian their facility. It's this massive two hundred and forty thousand square foot building and we have a little corner up on the third floor. It's gonna be Opening up in september hopefully hopefully well Here's a lot of issues right now right you know. We want all the latest and greatest. We're not going to bring back some five six year old. Pc's so acquiring upc's is difficult. You mentioned in crypto whatever coin mining knoll deal. Let's she causing a huge issue for availability video cards Prices rocketed roof really scarce. Were six to eight weeks out from any pc and then when we wanna order. We're talking you know we're were twenty four pieces in there. So that was six to eight weeks easily become ten to twelve. So it's difficult to acquire the equipment building kim. You're ready to go but we've got to put stuff into actually be able to play so right now. What do you put on like. I remember like when we used to put servers in ways to plan a four five year shelf when we put network switches in. We'd play like a six seven year shelf. What for like fickle gamers. Are we looking at eighteen to twenty four months. Can you extend it. That's a great question of reality of it is It's really the yo cards that that are the the upgradeable components that you have to worry about and say you're probably still in the twenty four month range with that. I mean you can certainly go back to a pc. That's six or eight years old. Play a decent number of games to play something like fortnight garbage but Scientists say that. Now you know. But i mean is it is interesting thing about it right when you're talking about competitive gaming. You're you're in a different category than those that are casual gamers looking for the most beautiful imagery right you fire up skyro- on alternate or crisis on alternate like that and you're looking for the the best look that's not about competitive gaming. Competitive gaming is about. How quickly can i spot. Miami headshot whatever all and those two things. Don't really go together. So that kind of extends the life of a piece eighty because you're really not worried about the highest quality of everything in a competitive scenario. So going all the way back did you. I'll be damned i. you know. I've been playing games since by data originally bought pong atari. Twenty six hundred. I've had every gaming consulates. Ever come out. I never foresaw. What happened to this to this. I don't even want to call the new industry the whole east sports. This know going to You know going to like stadiums and watching people play video games in the the twitch phenomenon where people are watching games all day Did you even smell is coming. I mean it just seems like this out of the balloon go. What in the living hell just happened. well we can't have new. The competitive landscape existed Like everything though its commercialization so as soon as somebody realized you know whatever take coca cola for example realize that. Hey we can sponsor a gaming tournament. And we'll sell more coke. Red bull was probably on the forefront of that where i mean they they clearly have some the most absurd events right. You know you dress up in some silly outfitting whatever. The deal is so. There's not that much of a stretch between the hatton competitive gaming So we can knew it was coming We just didn't realize it would grow as as it did but the reality of it is you know in terms of Entertainment medium of video games are larger than anything. So it's not like it's that far fetched you get the league of legends. Finals were big super so in terms of viewers sticking. Let's stop on that. Because that's that's the one that blows my mind. The most so put that in perspective super bowl gets what sixty seventy million households watching it. It's a the number was somewhere around. Seventy and league over ninety and for bowl is what people take days off for plan parties It's it's it's a holiday and is something like a league. Legends was which probably what the majority of people don't even know what it is that if he asked him on the street what is league of legends. I dunno and that out watch the super bowl literally blows my mind. Yeah there's there's a lot of factors involved there right you know. We can talk about sports in comparison of some sorts. But it's really not fair to compare the two It video games have an unfair advantage. Right i've never played football and never plan on it so But i've also played more than one game so you talk about the amount of competitive games that exists in the world versus competitive sports at the level of you know professional football or soccer or baseball There's certainly a lot more players right. We can all get into it. There's no real barrier venture size. You can perform with a mouse keyboard controller. Monitor whatever you can get into the game so Old man. He's not going to be able to compete. Or can i. Because i remember hearing an interesting man is over forty league we call anything over thirty s senior talk so i mean it's but it's no different right. I mean are you Outside of Some hockey players that made it into their forties right You've got a time out for everything whereas it just a is is an eye hand coordination thing the action twenty twenty four is your peak you you start to decline twenty four in in east sports. So how is that is. Is there things to measure that because like again that blows my mind. I'm like completely. I think i'm not awesome. Call of duty. But i think i am but like in a how do they measure z reaction. Time is it the. That's that's the beauty of it right. It's all electronic. It's all stored. It's you know the game knows all of your stats immediately. The second that they happen there's no statisticians and they're going yeah. That was a ball that to strike. Nobody's you know documenting that by hand it's all electronic. It's known the second that it happens so every email game like moma's like league are actions permenant actions per second actually permitted usually the number that they go with and that is basically you know how quickly you're moving your characters and you can tell them in a mouse clicks and how even how the pointer screen and the it's crazy. Well that was the one thing we always talked about. I told the was talking to one of my cousins. He's in college still. And i was telling him you know he wanted to play call of duty with me and i said i'm sitting on my recliner looking at a seven inch. Tv and he started laughing. He goes no wonder why you get your ass kicked. I'm like i'm not that bad. He goes there's kids on nineteen inch monitors with their with their specialized mouse. And they're you know blue lens glasses that are just gonna run circles around. You and i'm like that's seems ridiculous but i mean what's i guess. Obviously it's reaction time again. That's that's actually a an interesting ongoing argument within the community so you're matched against people with similar skills so you're doing good against the other people that are doing what you're doing. You're never going to get into lobby with any anybody from hundred thieves or phase or anybody like that because they're still levels so high that the game won't match you with them and that's one of their complaints that they don't get to go around and crush people they have to fight against people that are actually trying to beat them angry about it. Which i think is ridiculous but with your pro. Then you don't get to play against high school kids and football You know what i mean. Yeah right you know. It just reminds me of seinfeld. Where kramer going to karate with all the kids and he's just smack them around and like well. Yeah that's why that doesn't work. You know right so yeah. I mean it's interesting so Yeah so it's skills face. Matchmaking is what it's called most most people don't like it because of bad scenario where oh man i go. I've got to go up against people that are at the same level as me. But i think that's just how everything works right. You have different divisions in sports and you're not gonna play against the kids that are terrible found in in just ruined day so it's not really not right but that's another interesting talk that kind of leads into that the whole difference between being really really good and hacking cheating. I know like in call of duty. They got a huge problem. Not all games do but you know. Sometimes it's obvious but sometimes these people are really really good. Like how does a normal person. And i guess what raven they suspended. What half a million accounts already. So this is pretty widespread. I mean how do you differentiate between someone is being awesome Someone using cheat. I mean that's hard right. I mean there's so much to it you almost have to see it happen in a lot of cases and as you know Cod and other games have way to report hackers. But help you know mad that you that you dream faster than i did. So you're hacking it's just becomes the situation where you know. They don't really have the resources to deal with millions of players and all the fake reports because somebody passed that was i gotta dan. Dotson aren't in a band and i couldn't. I'm not good. So either. Because i was a you know when we consider toxic. You know what. I mean weren't me. I'm having fun with my buddies. Yom we're going to be. A you know little dicky once in a while but that doesn't mean as you give people get like you could just you could tell like they're just you know you've got that after after action audio going on. I don't i use discords. i don't hear any of that. But they got rid of it above the down before man. That's nasty of that. was my joke. If you ever thought there was a thought. Racism was done in the world. And then just wait till call of duty game. You listen to the thirty seconds after a match and go. Wow okay too yeah. Yeah it's bad it's bad but yeah i mean that's difficult ray. You you just don't know I mean actor been A people called out for cheating in the pro circles too. So you know. These aim assist on their pc banned for life. They're never allowed to compete again. i've seen in some of the some of the youtubers have follow like people brought it into a tournament like and again like knowing knowing coating you couldn't make something that's hardened war couldn't add to it. I think it's almost like they want it to a court a to occur like am i. Am i stupid thinking that because like there's ways to make like clash royale are dumb game me and randy play. There's you can't cheat in it You know what i mean because they ought to code so it's it's impossible but yet ravens soft and activision would billion dollar companies. Have these huge issues. Yeah mean there's aga- it comes back down to. It's an interesting way to look at it. And i don't know how popular that game is. Compared to in comparison to cat for example right are or even easy. Play that on pc in a browser to play it on your phone. I mean there's all different variations of all that stuff But i used to. I think back to the old apple ads where they're like viruses and we don't get all these other things and it's like well right because nobody gives a shit you know you've got one percent of the market share whoop de do. I'm going to focus on the one percent. I'm focus on the ninety nine percent of the market share or seventy five percent. That windows has and yeah. That's why windows has all these viruses and things like that because we're going afterward the the value of it is so it could be the same type of situation we're just not worth the upper But i i pretty sure class has a tournament. Don't they stadium tournament. yeah. I mean i've seen once where people plan tablets right which is the kind of almost as silly as a pc thing but it's Really weird like these guys are all their tablets and they're sitting on a chair playing in their mobile game instead of up a pc game. It's really interesting to watch. But yeah i feel playing that game on. The tablet versus on a phone is harder. Because you have longer for your finger trouble when you're dragging units onto the battlefield and things out. It's the same as me on my seven inch. Tv and the guy on his twenty seven inch monitor at saying you know. I'm playing on the tablet essence. But yeah just turn off amos next time you go. Oh but see like. There's apparently like. I was watching a couple of videos on it. And there's companies that are like thirty bucks a month and they'll give you this or it's a. You're like another monthly bill. These kids are paying so they get you know. Get to see through walls. Get to amos. Get to do the garbage. But it's like instead of just you know you just thought it was script kiddie crap. Not another is actually like underground companies selling subscriptions to cheat and games. I i don't know. I i don't get it. I mean but hey every every competitive something other has had it right. So it's not it's not immune to for any reason it's difficult. I mean our environment were were high. Scores can operate. We control everything right. You can't come in there with any code you can install anything on the pc's we don't allow anything like that so not saying that somebody couldn't find a way around it. I'm sure somebody will work really hard to try. But for the most part of access any of the any of the files or the operating system or anything like that in our environment. so least that's pretty controlled. We've incurred today. Bring your own keyboard and mouse in headset. So they have their own environment. Where but jerk. Same way you. Would you bring your own ball or batter raining when you go to practice. A long time i saw was the street. Fighter tournament i seventy bringing in their their Battled pads or. I don't know what they're called now. My house that their own joystick. Go this things like big like a desk and they're carrying it around like twelve neck. They're they're incredibly expensive and customizable. And it's just yeah. They're they're pretty cool with what he'd say expensive expensive i'll let go up two thousand jays. Al depends on you. Know what you want which switches you want which yell at the whole deal right. I mean and then they have custom graphics and most other kind of stuff they can take nothing. Go up pretty high so like gaming. Now is everything in play in terms of competitiveness. Or like where did they start and stop in. Terms of what games are Competitive versus kind of ones. I mean obviously assassin's creed and things like that is it. Just every multiplayer game gets put into that category or they're certainly it's interesting scenario. It all depends on how you're going to do it right. You can't just be It's not as simple as oh right. Whoever has the highest score wins There's a lot of ways to do it. By number of a number of kills duration of time in the zone. All this other stuff. There's a lot of sex that they go apply to it to score so because of that you can pretty much make anything competitive. I'd say for the most part you're gonna focus on multiplayer of course but i'm fairly certain i'd seen some non multiplayer games turn into a competitive game wasn't a during quarantine was didn't they have a a nascar race in east sports nascar race like on channel two house like is this a video. Yeah it's hard to tell sometimes to which it looks really good. Yeah you guys had racing chairs in their houses and and they were all it was mean but again it's multiplayer right so you can pretty much make it competitive and that's a situation where whoever comes across the finish line first win so That's pretty easy to score. I guess in a way but Yeah and that's kind of going back to the thought process read. I don't know how many professional sports have super bowl level tournaments at the end of the end of the season Can i you six as my my number six professional. Its and you compare that to professional video games. And we're talking hundreds reizo that that's defining difference between the two is that it's not as easy to say. Well i play first person shooters so i'm good at battlefield and see us go and all the others right. It's not about that neil. We'll find a pro crossing over Trying to jordan. They're going to stick with their their specific game. Not even genre or style so you saying call of duty can't switch over to battlefield to me. It seems very cl- especially now that they're kind of blending them almost in the forty two on in a in a competitive scenario. It's difficult I think cs go is a great example. New some players going over valent which is the riott. Cfo because they're very similar but from a appro perspective just like any pro. They're practicing. They're looking at films. They're trying to understand their competitors and their moves and their strategies and you don't really switch over all the time you know you're not gonna finish your football season and start playing hockey. That's just not it's in the very same scenario that you just. Don't you know right a lot of people doing that in yet. You could easily switch actions easily but you can't the transitions easier from one person shooter to another first person shooter. But if you're gonna go at a professional level you're probably not going to switch around that much and ask goes back and it goes to brought a practice. That's another thing that always blows my mind. You're saying these you know. I'm gonna call them kids. You know granted. The young adults are practicing like eight hours a day. I know if. I play call of duty for more than two hours in a row. My eyes are watering. And i'm crying. I'm like how do they have to train. Like be that focus for that long because i think that that would just destroy your eyes let alone you let alone having carpal tunnel fulltime job just like any other fulltime repetitive job. You have the same situations right. I mean there's really no different. No difference between action. Say that the all do office workers sit in front of a computer hours a day and the keyboard and mouse. Now they're not doing at the highest level that these guys are doing it at But keep in mind that A pro sports team is proudly not in front of the p. c. practicing in their given map or game for those eight hours. Their new big bigeye nutritionist involved. They have a physical therapist involved in exercise. The whole i mean it's just like any other activity at that level when you're a professional professionals helping you. But she the highest level so it's It's a lot more to it. I mean you go and take a look at any one of the east sports jobs or or the look at hundred thieves or look at the phase are now. You're anyone the teams that are proteins. And you'll see that they have an entire staff of people from the physical physical mental nutrition. The whole deal. It's it's pretty incredible. They have the Carpets mom job switch out. I'm home depot bucket. I'm just kidding. I'm just now live in palaces man. Have you ever seen any of their gaming houses all my edge. I know i saw. They always do. They always have to do the video like look at my new house. I bought it with my advertising money. Dora you i used to like your videos but now let's it's the new version equipped right. We still same crap on cribs. Yeah go great. So yeah i stand here and grabbed my crotch all time and yeah look at my multi million dollar house awesome now one crappy song and look look driving So let's get back to the hawk real quick where you guys are going to be. Is this going to be open to the public are you. Is there going to be colleges training there. Are you guys gonna have tournaments. is it all the above. It's all the above Were i'm very so a lot of the research done has really driven me away from just being open to the public where you just go. Hey is seven bucks an hour come on in and sit down and play some games As a very casual scenario and high scores more were focused on achieving a level of competitiveness with the players that come in we wanted to be serious We used to do Parties for example at the ferndale location and the problem with parties was eight. Kids would come in or adults. Even adults were the worst actually They come in. And just kinda had add it right. No no structure there. Just whatever game was on. they'd wanna play it. They play for a few minutes in the light of the next thing or whatever and we decided that we didn't really want highest score to be that environment. We wanted it to be an environment where you play you get. Are you have some structure to what's happening so Even from a birthday party perspective. Hey it's it's the moore's own party and we're going to put some structure a war zone event and you're gonna command and you're gonna play for forty five minutes in it's going to be x number rounds and the whole deal versus just Down and do whatever you want for. So i remember when i was I wanna say. I was ten and my friend was one of the first one. And the whole entire block to get pitfall and his entire birthday party was competitive pitfall and the one that got the highest points got like the bucket of candy and i ended up winning but back. Then though you would think would take a polaroid of your score than you'd mail. I mean the as much as i say. Competitive suffers new. It's never been new. It's always been you know putting acid in the video game at the butterfly. Sweet you know getting the number or under you know mitchell. High scores is the nameless. From at the there's more to the name and you know whether or not we get into that or not. It's up to you but But that's essentially the same thing right. It's a leader already. It's the yudo who's especially at our facility. Where the the hawk is going to be the first one that we re open and we plan on opening multiples and it's going to be a competitive situation between our own facilities and ideally even other people's disabilities So they're they're certainly places in Within a ecosystem that exists today That controls all the the computers and things like that. Attain ecosystem contains spores so we could be playing against a facility in california and comparing our leaderboard versus early report so it certainly environment where were were really really focusing on the side so you tried to more or less. i'm company. Abc and i got all my sales reps. And i want to give them a day. You know consider going to top golf. Hey we're gonna go there and we're gonna play battlefield. Twenty forty two and winner gets a new driver. Eric new gulf dry. You know what i mean. So he's something like that. Certainly certainly look at going to tackle right and i don't even know if there's any structure to going there right. Are you just going there to to drag him. Balls call in a bucket mecca thing or is now have you played now i bone so it set up like it's almost like darts so there's like let's say a dozen giant holes so but in each one there's scores within the target so basically dart boards all over so if you wanted to tape player nine iron chip into the closest one. That's easy you can do that. Or if you wanna drive in hit the farthest ones you get more points so you get your strategy to if you want to you know. Hit the long ball you know. Better at mid range. It's just all about racking up it's like playing five. Oh one darts but with golf balls guy guy and it's you've got an rfid. And you know what i mean. It's it's it's super fun. But i've never went there and go i'm gonna kick your ass and we go there. You know what i mean will worry you something. A little different in our scenario in our environment because we're able to build teams and have them work together now. We probably wouldn't pick a bunch of random people that have never played games before sikkim into something like battlefield where there's a lot to learn But we can certainly put them into more casual games and it's it becomes a team building exercise working together. Hey your job is to handle this jobs angle back and you you work together to achieve a goal in in think rocket zedek with the best one that equal together. Yeah act like idiots in But you're not angry. You lose right right. Well you're teaching your team of four against their team of four or to work together. I mean fixing people from different departments and that kind of thing so we have a lot of flexibility with the games. We pick to put things together like that. We're going gonna take a left turn. Real quick adjacent is chimed in great question. Actually what's the best way for people to invest in east sports. Even that even the thing yet there's a handful of public publicly held east sports companies to that i own r. g. m. b. l. Which is actually as you can imagine each four ambling and then there's came at academically looking posted later on. There's another one that saw primarily into the investing in the east sports ecosystem behind the scene souls marketing advertising all the money that comes through that side of it so there are certain companies that have varying interesting investments in the east sports. And some that you would never even imagined mercedes. Luton i mean. There's there's a handful of and you probably wouldn't even know it if he saw a ford just got into it with the rocket leagues so dough. Yeah they're putting their cars. And i saw that. You're gonna have excellent fifties in rocket league so i remember it wasn't it wasn't it wasn't early iterations of call of duty. They were selling billboards. I forget which games there were. There was like street art and billboards at the company logos on it and they had to be like super quiet about it because they didn't want it to be like you know whore the game out but yeah so. Nba two k. Is probably the biggest of the deal right. You know in between periods of cat ads little ads that you would see on tv in the video game that you just pay tour to go to the some people off once i go to the half an hour you know. It's almost like the movies right. I can choose to not get there until movie starts right right. But in this scenario i go to the mov- pay fifteen dollars for my movie. And then they stopped moving in ten minutes and go. Hey here's a coca cola ad. Hey by the way jason Instead the since you just said Giambi deal on a podcast elon. Musk with those. Gm bill to the moon like heard it. Here i i certainly do not happen influence. I wonder how how does doing no anyway. Not gonna look when we're done so let's say you guys played an opening up september You know do. They need to be a member of the farmington community. Do they need to bypasses to you. Know kind of like you know because it's community center. So i guess how to. How do people get to be part of it right that. That's a great. That's a great question. And i don't think he's actually asked that yet. As far as high score goes no they do not have to be a member of. They don't have to farmington hills. You don't have to be a member of the hawk to come to highest score now. The hope is that under when they come to. Hi score they see that facility and they say i want to be a member And ideally get a membership. There you can be. You can join as a resident or nonresident and so as far as we're concerned you will. You'll be allowed to use some of the money so they're going to have They have food They have a liquor license. They're so we'll actually have alcohol as well In certain areas of the facility that are just kind of included with your trip to high a score But then the rest of the facility that forces part of part of the hawk. Pass where you'd have to have a membership of the for the hot to get to the got a really awesome swimming pool a full gym in theaters maker spaces. It's an incredible credible facility. So the hope is that you're gonna come in place in videogames media. Want to be a member of the facility as well. We will likely have a membership style in addition to our leagues A membership program as well but we have. We hadn't worked at and there's going to be what to podcast studios there Multiple studios and a full brought tv broadcast. Okay it's at the facility multiple times throughout its build and it is seven hundred person theater in there It's it's an incredible incredible building and we're looking forward to having some some of the tournaments that were held in hotels in the area like in the basement conference room of a hotel. Just a terrible feeling there We're hoping to bring some of those two that beautiful theater at the hawk instead have of the atiyah at high score for the people that want a little extra and get some game time in and then now actually had the tournament held in the theater. Downstairs the sounds killer it is. It isn't amazing building and were super excited to be part of it It's like i said it's gonna be our first. I reopened disability after we close down. So we're pretty pumped. I think it's not just a a statement for the gaming community to statement for the cities that you know because they all compare the what's and they're gonna unzip and they're gonna go wolf. Are liquid farmington hills. Has we need to step up. Our game I can see this thing being like ramping up very quickly around the state at least around metro detroit. We had a massive influx of inquiries. The taking the lead in the cities are the parks and recs departments. No i'm not gonna say that they're losing activity but they're losing activities right. I mean people just aren't signing up for the program that they had like the us to right i. I don't think i've ever taken a knitting class So you should. it's what i hear. It's good for my you know But this is and this is an offering to the residents. That i'd say are thirty in below You know we certainly have capabilities to do everything at any age. But i think those. Are the most interested demographics. Be thirty below crowd. That kids avoid. Let's be honest kids. Avoid community centers like the plague. You might as well say. We're going to grandma's on sunday. Right right i mean so. Think about that from that. Perspective is just the ability to get them into this building and had them see the other amenities there do know as a parent. I'm going to go well if this is what it takes to get you here and i can. Have you sent some time and fool before you go to high a score fantastic so we really got a lot of the parks and recs departments reaching out to us. Now go all right. How do we incorporate this A lot of them have made the mistake of. just go. well we just like twelve. Pc using what to do with them like they were out of date. When you bottom and now your dial plan for him so they're going to get old and stale pretty quick so it's important to just like anything you would do is to have a plan for why you're doing it in the first place and that's really what what were what were there to do. You had a lot of talks with some national chains while a carving out like kind of dead space and putting these types of things in what was none of them like you know they all kind of they all kind of slow down. What was the was. It was it that like who's going to run it. Why you know what what game. It sounds like a logistical nightmare. If you put that thing into like a big restaurant and figure out you know right yeah you take a chain restaurant or chain movie theater and especially the theaters. Were interested in that. They're like well you know we've got this big space and it has to be designed around. It has to be functional right. You can't just decide to take four walls and bill the restaurant. You actually have to have a plan a kitchen and an area for all the kegs of beer in refrigeration system. I mean there's more to it than just saying well what what people were doing with e sports is going. Well i've got four tables. And i can quit symptoms. And so yeah. We're doing sports and it's a serious business. You can't pretend you can't pretend to be part of it You'll get found out pretty quickly It's kind of one of the running jokes is The pr people With one of the facilities we were working with Would using the turnkey aiming at saw in a few news articles from different sources and i had reached out to him where this word and well no. That's that's what we're going out there like you. Just don't get whatever you want is actually has a name and you know you don't call nascar car driving left turning you don't you you. It's it's a thing In that's kind of the scenario that we're we're trying to convince people of is a. There's a way to do this in. It's not just well if i. pc's up it'll be fine There's a lot of work involved and a lot of management involved on keeping things up to date. It's kind of like my buddy that just put up these three huge bookcases full of marble figures than has his nephews over and tells them they can't touch it you know. Imagine having six year old kid coming into one of these restaurants having all these beautiful. Pc's in this whole thing going. No you can't and dad going well. Why can't junior play. What these species and than it's it becomes hell like i can just envision being becoming a little hell well. They treated the people that were trying to do that. We're treating it like arcade games right. Yea an architect cabinets built a certain way for a certain reason. Then they'll be abuse right. Sure and i'll keys are incredibly delicate and not designed for that type of environment where they can just put out an open and left alone and you can spill your coffee or your your beer pop on it and wipe off get. It's a and again it. You've got pacman. Pacman plays pacman this. Pc plays thousand games. So you can't say we'll pick one thousand games played. Well you know as well as anybody else has a council knows. There's an update all the time. Isn't there and sometimes it's huge takes a long time and imagine having a thousand means with a thousand updates and somebody says down to play and they go. Well we don't have the latest update on your right now. We can't play. it's not a scenario. You wanna run into. That's why just having people trying to do this on their own is it. It doesn't work again. Sounds like hell very easily. So how do we. How does everybody find you online to keep Today on your schedule and releases and all that stuff out. All the we post all the info at high school sports dot out and we will be very soon We're gonna hiring somebody to handle the social so you'll have cast in. It's going out across The major platforms on that side as well but for right now putting all the updates on the website as we go. We're we're in a holding pattern right now. Until everything gets finalized at the hawk all the buildouts dawn and we're ready to actually start putting some pe- season we're gonna do a A time lapse of the bill out everything too soon bill to watch it on Not that you want to see people putting electrical in. But the whole thing's going to be out there so you can see bill it all out. I'm going to start the over forty kg warzone league just for the record absolutely. Let's do it so visit the super senior citizens and now it's like the golfers it's over fifty with that doing it over forty any over fifty bucks had via the early adopters were. I'm probably like right at the top of the age group of like people that have read gaming like they're almost their entire lives so i mean think about that. Our kids have never known anything else. Yeah group from day. One with games so That's a generation. we're talking with games. I grew up with you. Know oregon trail and always said he doesn't count during the rainy. Sows can too easy. No but i remember like ping pong enthralled by pong and then playing atari tanks play it. Now play atari tanks now. The it's awful. Like i'm not leaving. Curbing the bullets sucks atari bowling. Just a pile of shit and we were. We were so happy to have that thank you. You know we were talking about this today right. The attention span is a big deal. You've got to cast have update. You have to put new new weapons new maps new everything a new modes into the game just to keep people interested in it and and keep them at ten you talking about war zone. You got a game. That's free free to play. But they're doing hundreds of millions of dollars in sales every month for their free to play game and that's one of the reasons why not going to deny it. I mean i got the The eighties packed with john. Mclennan it because we're okay. Of course i did feel back. Yeah i know it was one of the things. I forgot to bring up that i wanted to earlier is. I don't want call our warzone. Because i'm the idiot that doesn't to but you got you got all the all the youtubers like. Oh my god this guns. The new met an shreds. And you use the gun. And they're right. It's it's overpowered. Ruin it kind of ruins the game for people. That aren't using it right. Then you find out wait a minute you only got this gun. If you bought up to level twenty battle pass unseasoned four otherwise you have to either find it on the ground which is rare or you have to unlock it by doing something unthinkable. Like fifteen running head shots in the dark and with your eyes closed so like they went start. We started talking. I go oh. My god season three was this then. It was the de amar. It was the ogden it was the dr and it was the mac ten. They're overpowered than the fix it. But then i'm like. I'll be damned if they don't do that shit on purpose so you buy the battle pass so you get the gun so you can have that competitive advantage. Know it right. They put that at level nineteen or twenty one so that you get that fast track to twenty for twenty dollars instead of the five dollars normally is and yeah i mean there's i mean there's clearly marketing strategy involved in all this and it's funny the the latins are one piece of it but the skins are really the. I think that's where everything comes from. And that's where all the Minutes where all the money fortnight makes is these players wanna have the coolest ends on their characters and i don't know it's i guess i'm guilty as well like i said i needed to have john mclean. I don't know why. But i bought. I bought the clown trust to me. I i i know. Mark berg has neither game right right marquess by different no market to be the whatever the shirtless store guy. You know like we all have our like. Oh you know then. We all bought it. So we're all we're all suckers to it's you know it's like then you after you pay like oh my god you got me like oh you you son of a bitch and we're all guilty of whereas so guilty of it you know. Sure sure and you wonder why you don't make fun right. And that's what. That's why i was like what to make that one game that because what i found out What's your was fifteen bucks a month. Leroy leroy jenkins what was a world war craft and i'm like people being fifteen dollars a month to play this game. I'll just by assassin's creed one. I'm good like you know like you know that's not going to be the only game. I'm gonna play all year but you know that's not what everyone else did too. I did have gaming as part of my budget like most people did at that point in their lives. Well let me talk about that now right. And it's becoming subscription all of it like like like game pass Ea has ubisoft. has it. Microsoft has a i gotta say about game has seems like a hell of a deal for what fifteen bucks a month or ten bucks a month. You're only the pc you get every game available for xbox whereas everything does make but you have to download everyone though so you need you need a forty terabyte drive if you're gonna play them all but if you you know it play it for a while tier board on install it down to the next one for ten to fifteen bucks a month. Why not yeah it is. It's almost absurd. i start to think about that in. There's no scenario which doesn't make sense for major. So am i going to buy x. Number of games in a year from the list publisher in ads are. Let's say three. Yes likely that will buy three at sixty dollars a pop okay or get subscription for fifteen bucks a month and i'm good to go and get more than three so and the day they come out without having to do anything i'm not i haven't bought a physical copy of anything in a long time. S- town them all and like like rains. Uninstall when it's time to move on the problem was took me like as the download a game. 'cause he don't watch it then it goes to sleep and then you turn the tv on the morning. Then you do it again and then you know it's still not done you. I got i think four hundred meg down to my house. It's not like you know. I got some t. One line a huge now though right and they're optimized now you can get halfway through the download start playing. Yeah so a lot of things have changed over the years. Based on the current scenario and the way they're delivering things so but yeah it's a huge market but hey seared really appreciate the era your insight into the gaming life. It always blows my mind every time i hear some of these stats and these numbers in the stuff going on in this business but Appreciate spend episode four hundred with us. This is a big deal for us in You know we can't thank you enough so hey we're going to wrap things up in this episode. 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Israel Daily News Podcast, Wed. June 16, 2021
"The welcome to the israel daily news. Podcast i'm your host. Shanna folds and i'm here to give you the headlines so you can get caught up quickly. You're listening so you're already on top of your game. Survive and thrive people knowledge. Is the best weapon. Today is wednesday. June sixteenth twenty twenty one nv gregorian calendar and that is the sixth of thomas. Fifty seven eighty one in the hebrew calendar. Now let's get to the news. Israeli defense forces in comas may be gearing up for another round of fighting after having their first violence exchange. Since last month's eleven day conflict in gaza. Yesterday we reported on the flag march that took place in jerusalem as a response to it more than two dozen fires were started by. Incendiary balloons sent into southern israel so those are balloons strapped with bombastic materials. Prime minister enough tally. Bennett is insisting that the idea of respond to the arson attacks out of gaza just the same way as they would respond to rocket fire. So that's exactly what they did. The idea carried out a series of air strikes throughout the strip targeting known sites of hamas operations while no gazans were injured in this strike. The idea of says they are prepared for possible hostilities. Yesterday's march which was a redo of jerusalem day or your shalom in hebrew. That's a celebration of israel capturing jerusalem and making it it's capital that was never carried out in may because hamas sent rockets raining down on jerusalem as people were parading around and supposed to be having fun though was discouraged by police. Many politicians and individuals did come out yesterday to march and celebrate throughout jerusalem holding flags dancing making music. This incited palestinians especially those living in east jerusalem. They typically believe jerusalem belongs to them and that they are going to need it to one day create a palestinian state. This event sparked clashes between israeli police and palestinians which ended with seventeen people arrested. Thirty three palestinians injured and two officers injured. The police asked participants not to march through the damascus gate which is in the muslim quarter of the old city and instead ask them to go through the jaffa gate in the jewish quarter of the old city. Well in the end both sides claimed victory with kamaz celebrating that the original path of the march was changed and rerouted away from the muslim quarter. This is precisely the sentiment right. Wing israelis did not want to put forward public security minister. Omer bar lev celebrated. The event went relatively well foreign minister yet ear. Lupita says he supports the continuation of the jerusalem flag march in its current format but heavily criticized participants. Who saying racist sung's during their concession. Lupita argued it's incomprehensible. How one can hold in. Israeli flagging one's hands and shout death. She arabs at the same time he also added. This is not judaism and this is not israeli. All in all the flag march was fairly successful event and public security minister. Omer bar lev thanked police for successfully completing their operation. Not everyone was pleased with the way that the march occurred especially on party head months or a boss who urged both sides to show restraint and argued that the march was an unnecessary provocation of the muslims in jerusalem. Now again yet. Your lapierre lead. He's the foreign minister and he's going to take the seat as the prime minister in the second. Half of this rotation. So tally bennett. Goes i yet. Your lupita goes second and a lot of people that came out to this march. They were nationalists. They were right wingers and there were some not nice slurs and chance. And that's what we're talking about here. He said that this is not judaism. It's not israeli and he condemned it all the way. Us president joe biden announces that his next ambassador to israel is a banking executive and former state department. Senior official named thomas knives. He was announced as us president. Joe biden nominee to serve in the role. Although nights is a lesser known figure than say previous ambassadors he has had experience dealing with us israel and israeli palestinian relations while working with the obama administration. He created relationships with israeli officials and bolstered congressional support for the un agency for palestinian refugees. The white house was slow to nominate nine. So the position opening biden's administration to criticism especially as the post was left empty during this last month conflict with gaza. And i say this last month but we mean june. We mean may despite this israel's ambassador to the us erred did extend his congratulations. And he says he looks forward to working with knives toward creating peace in the middle east. Israeli environmental groups are writing in two new. prime minister. enough tally bennett. Urging him to call off the plan to channel oil out of a lot which is the city the most south in israel and through israel to ashkelon. The unpopular deal was signed back in october between the state owned europe asia pipeline company and the joint israeli united arab emirates venture called med red and bridges. This call to action comes as no surprise. The agreement has been opposed by the israel nature and parks authority and a slew of scientists and residents of a lot who say that the pipeline is going to make things ugly. A lot is a police of and they want the water to be beautiful there. This pipeline company is responsible for israel's largest environmental disaster in history by the way that was an oil spill in the desert in two thousand fourteen protecting allots coral reefs and ashkelon desalination facilities are both very important issues to the whole world and israel global warming threatens reefs but a lots reefs in particular have been resilient to the warming of the seas and may even be a saving grace for other coral reefs that are suffering around the world these reeves could bring others back to life. Desalinization is the tool. Israel relies on most for its main source of water former environmental protection minister gala. Gomliel appealed to the national security council and the prime minister's office urging them to cancel the agreement due to the potential environmental devastation. That could be underway. A public opinion. Poll shows the palestinian support has increased for commas and decrease significantly for the palestinian authority's ruling fatah party the poll which was published tuesday. So that was yesterday. Reveals that seventy seven percent of palestinians believe that hamas emerged victorious from last month's eleven day war with israel. The poll was administered by the ramallah base palestinian center for policy and survey research. It covered twelve hundred palestinians over the course of three days. The poll also includes data which could have major election implications revealing that. If a vote occurred say today hamas leader is smile hania would win fifty nine percent of the vote with longtime leader of the palestinian authority mahmoud abbas who is up there in age winning only twenty seven percent of the vote the polls show. Two-thirds of palestinian public think abbass postponed their election from april because he was worried about these results and twenty. Five percent believes believe israel refused to allow the vote to take place in east jerusalem. So that was the narrative. The palestinian authority blamed the fact that they had to postpone their public election on israel. They said that. The israeli government made things difficult for palestinians to access polling sites. Israeli officials said they had nothing to do with the palestinian authority's election. And so here we have. It's two thirds of the public that boss postponed it for his own personal gains and twenty five percent. Believe that it was israel that's pretty significant. Sixty seven percent of those polled felt the chances of establishing a palestinian state in the next five years are slim to nothing and sixty. Nine percent are not optimistic about prime minister. Neftali bennett or israel's new government of change. Hello i am getting great feedback from podcast listeners. On instagram in my dm's. I'm honestly loving it. I said this yesterday. 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And i wrote a little poem in there so you can look forward to that you can also support us by leaving us a review on apple. Podcasts number. Two you can share the show with the friend and number three you can follow us on social media israel daily news as well as sheffield. That's s. h. a. n. n. a. u. l. d. My name has two ends in it. And i'm very sensitive about that and thank you to all the listeners and viewers who sent me notes and right shannon with two ends in it. I love seeing my name spelled correctly. So thank you. An earthquake occurred about sixty kilometers north of a lot measuring four point two on the richter scale. No damage has been reported and only some reverberations were felt in the cities of lot. Spare shiva and throughout the arevalo desert which is in the south. This is following another light earthquake. That actually occurred back in january. Researchers are worried that a larger potentially deadly earthquake could be underway. In the coming years israel will have to prepare for potential earthquake to the range of six to seven on the richter scale. This is a great story. I love this story. Giving birth is a miracle that happens all over the world and every day but have you heard about having your baby born in a pool. Well last week. Chart said costal in jerusalem recorded its hundred live birth in its special. Aqua maternity a healthy baby boy was delivered to rachel. End the dove tree from efrat. On june sixth giving birth and a warm water pool allows moms to relax and flow with the contractions instead of fighting them according to the jerusalem. Post new mom. Rachel says as soon as she entered the water she felt a sense of relief ends a floating sensation so she was able to rest between contractions and she was able to save up her energy. Aside from water. Birth charts that delivers twenty. Two thousand births a year. It is one of the busiest maternity wards in the country. I like that story story made me feel excited and happy all right well. That's it for today's show. Today is wednesday. June sixteenth twenty twenty. One tel aviv has a low of twenty two degrees celsius and a high of twenty seven degrees. That's seventy one degrees fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty one degrees for the high. Subscribe to the israel daily news podcast on spotify or apple podcasts. Or wherever you're hearing it from. We are everywhere. Don't forget to sign up to our israel weekly news rap it's a newsletter with the top five stories coming out of israel from throughout the week. Thank you to brandon carp and sophia j for some of today's political stories. Thank you to the loyal forest add. Who is our cultural reporter. Steve charlotte for today's health story farrell. Who's with our team as a business development intern for the summer and michelle milner for her social media work. I'll send you off today with work. That baseline by shrip- al. 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BATTLES FRONTLINE DAY 10
"Good morning and welcome. This elicit painter with your daily insights. We are talking about battles frontline in one thing we have caused entry. Stressed on is the discipline of war. We have talked about obesiance. Following orders p leitch following strategies and we have said that god sometimes gives us unique solutions. Because he's a personal god and he understands in a personal way and we say on day five. That is last friday of this series. That war is a not of methode indiscipline today. I want us to look at another concept called strategic patience all purpose for being action. Yup i said that in action. We said yesterday that some strategies might work for some situation and for some people but their situation that demand a different approach. These no such thing as one approach feeds all in battle wall is about methods and decisions. Sometimes being decisive doesn't always mean being swift. Sometimes you need to study as tuition and reflect on what needs to be done you way out your options. You think about the possible outcomes and adjust your approach. This is the art wall and today as we continue to look the walls the trees and losses of the israelites under the command of joshua we see why sometimes a change of strategy is important even for us as believers we are going to read from joshua chapter ten verse one hundred fifteen and the bible sees donizetti king of jerusalem had the judicial had captured and completely destroyed i and killed its king just as he had destroyed the town of jerry and killed its king he also launched that the give your admit piece in israel and one now the allies he and his people begin very afraid when they had all these because gibson was a large town as large as the lawyer cities in logic that i in the gpo unites west draw warriors soaking donizetti of jerusalem sent messages to several other kings home of hebron of jumbled jaffe of blackish and the of eglin come and help me destroy gabe. He asked him for the have made peace with joshua and the people of so this five. I'm right kings. Combined their armies for a united attack. They moved all their troops into place and attacked. Gabriel the men of gibson quickly sent messages to show at his company gilgo. Don't abandon your saban's now. They pleaded come at once. Savers help us for all the amyloid kings who leaving the hill country have joined forces to attack us so joshua and his entire ami including his best worries left. Gilgo insent set out for gibson. Do not be afraid of them. The lord said to josiah why given you victory over them not a single one of them will be able to stand up to you. Just you traveled all night from gilgal and took the amer ami's by surprise. The law drew them into a panic in the israelites. Lot grit numbers of them at gibson in the that the israelites chased the enemy along the road of beth horon killing them along the way to ask the car and muqtada as the rights retreated down the road from the holland. The lord destroyed them with a terrible hill stone hailstorm from the heaven that continued until they reached as the hail killed mall of the enemy than the israelites killed with this on the day. The law give on that on that day. A lord give the israelites. Victory over the emerets just shop prayed to the lord in front of all the people of israel he say let us on standstill over gibson and the mon over the value of agile so the sun stood steel and the moon state in the place until the nation of israel had defeated enemy. Is this event not recorded in the book of jessica. The sun state in the middle of the sky and it did not set as on a normal day. It has never been a day like this one before. Or since when the lord answered such a surely the lord fought for israel that day they joshua and the israelites. Ammi retired to the camp at gill. Wow it sounds like an action movie. Whatever you today you see at this time the israelites head. Already been in the line of cannon for a good while they have conquered gerry cole. They had taken over i. In gabriel. there is a chapter. We have skipped. I ask you to just go read about it. Your head surrendered in submitted to them. They became the woodcutters and careers of war as they begin their severance. You can find that in chapter. We have skit and they had made quite an impression for themselves. And so the king of jerusalem head a reason to be alarmed he knew they were soon coming for his kingdom. This what istruments of god's judgment handed straight for him but king adonis in his fear rather than surrender in submission to the greatness of the god of israel. He organized the other kings in rebellion. He organized them too loud. Even more bold attacks on ally of israel but we see that gesture did not rush to attack this qian's he must have known that they were rallying their forces to attack them. And perhaps there might have been some some among the israelites wondered. Why joshua did or that the into butter writer why they should buy as their enemies. Were planning the attack. But joshua did not make his he knew gold have kernen because the lord had promised them as it is returning exodus twenty three restudy by overseas by little and little our dry out before the until you have increased in inherited land. Israel had land to wait upon the lord they had come to terms with their dependence on god by eighteen. They acknowledged god. So rain control so they refrained from needless via in wally. They knew the law to rescue them. They knew they could wait for his vision. And because at keep your nights what enjoined with israel on the basis of their covenant. They cried out for help. Rate reached out to the help they were not too proud to ask for the help of the protectors. This weather people who had made peace with god and joined his people by the form of france. Head saddened become the are falls. The enemies and joshua was not going to forsake them. He was not going to go back on his vow inasmuch as that vow. Give a boat through deception. No and so. The bible says that he ascended from gilgal he took all the men of war with he or the mighty men la he set out with grit energy with dedication and a sense of honor to defend one of his own to defend that on of covenant. And how much more should we do the same to the most feeble among us how much malmo must sweden not stand by as the week. Kamanda's us lane would rican prevent when we can protect them and so the of the lord says that when confederation of the five kings was gathered again them and their allies. The lot amanda josiah do not fear for. I have delivered them into your head. You know fia takes away. I was trying. It just keeps us off our ability to fight. And so the lot commanded josh not to fear and he doesn't just give that command live josiah with nothing else to go on the log using my reason why he should not fear. He gives him a promise that he shall weaned the wall that the lord knows how the bottle show ed joshua head to believe that the lord will fulfill his promise and so with this assurance joshua rose and much from gilgal to give you. He matched all night long. He was willing to take the initiative to partner with god in his luck and because joshua was willing to be drawn by god into something phenomenal was what was achieved. Something that could not have been mistaken to be something else other than a miracle. The enemy were slain by hills. Tall wow on. I think witnessing the hand of god to walk must have inspired such baldness in joshua because we see him asking for some more he's faith was lifted so high that he believed greta things what possible and he went for it. He asked the law to keep the day going to keep the sun from setting until their victory was accomplished. he could have asked the law to end the wall. He could have asked the lord for the surrender of the enemy by just sure asked for a fighting chance. He asked for an opportunity to prove that indeed. God had only gone into his hands. He asked that god's walk with continue without any hindrance that they would fight and triumph. And god's name would be grocery five. He was willing to execute his resolve and good assisted he in its execution he should fade and the lord crowned it with a miraculous arrest of the day in by this victorious proclaim mission all the neighboring nisshin in did knew that god was walking with israel. This is my prayer in my declaration for you today. Mid a lot gave you the grace to be patient until when it is time to take action movie give you the gris to wait for his timing a literal at a time he says and to having chris enough to take possession of the land. Not today that you can wait upon the lord nor today that you can count on his vision. I prayed today to mid line to fight for those in the covenant of the blood of christ with you with the same dedication and honor that you fight your own battles week. The two men stand standby as a brother is brought down on account of their faith that remain all stand by and watch as a sister is brought to humiliation on account of their fate movie land to fried for and protect the people among us in jesus name may you receive their assurance today that the lord knows how the battle you're in shall end do not fear for he fights for you. Open your heart. So that the lord mid grew into his work middle give you a fighting chance may give you a chance to fight a triumph until the victory becomes a proclamation but itself. A lot walks with you with a lot. Crown your fate with victory in jesus mighty name shallow. This is lucy painter with your daily insights and this is bad. Toss faultline day.
Week in Review for the Week of 9/13/21 DTH
"Sometimes directions can create leaders. Not just follow us. If you want to know the right way. Ask someone who's already been on that journey. The e. y. And microsoft tech directions. Podcast combines our knowledge to find the direct route to the summit on ideas for leadership around digital and tech in each episode. We explore the subjects. That matter to help you find your way to a better working world. The e. y. Into microsoft tech directions. Podcast is out now download today for more. You get your podcasts. And you're on your way to the top jen cutter and welcome to daily tech headlines. We can review on monday apple. Release security updates for every mac apple. Watch iphone and ipad apple credits. Researchers from the university of toronto citizen lab for finding zero click vulnerability. And i message that was allegedly used by nso group to place pegasus spyware on an activist phone. 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Ep1 What to Expect from Us
"Welcome to wrestling with God. The podcast where we grapple with the big questions about faith religion and life. I'm Irish McMahon and I'm here with my friend and Irish Catholic priest for Lyn McMillan. Hey Irish fatherland so I've been thinking about this we've got we're creating a podcast with two Irishmen Center and one I think saint like and I guess the audience can decide which is switch. You know why knows me knows that that is a vast over? That's an overstatement where you are a Catholic priest after all. Yes you should be on your way to something like that way to something but I would not get class myself as a saint all right. Well I know I'm sooner so anyway we're here a couple of Irish guys doing this thing. And since this is our first podcast. Let's begin by giving our listeners. Some idea of what to expect from it Let's start with something that inspired us to do this. We both noticed. We've been talking a lot about this kind of a troubling trend. It seems like lots of people. These days are giving up on religion and even questioning their belief in God and it seems like that's particularly young people. They're out there. Searching apparently for other ways to kind of make sense of their lives. True Love them gave up on religion. Although the data is The nuns those people check no religion not none and U. N. N. O. N. NUNS. No no category. Oh enough the majority of them do believe in God. They just don't believe in religion. Oh so yeah. They're giving up with on religion So they do say they believe in God. But here's the sad part But they they're the study among the nuns they volunteer in food banks and blood donations and Etc giving to the poor all that at the same rate at almost the same rate as atheists people actually belong to a religion belong to a community actually tend to contribute a lot more so. I don't think they've given up on God. I think they've given up on religion in anything that demands anything from them. And what I what I want out of this. Podcast is let them ask questions. Questions are really good. Things and religion should help us question. Better really questioned and port everything in life and portent religion not supposed to really give us all certainty Gives us a some certainty but it also makes us ask better questions of ourselves? I'd say if you were the young. What worries me is if they give up on religion there also in a way giving up on wrestling with God They're wrestling giving up on wrestling with really big questions. So when when we began talking about this and I suggested this idea of calling the podcast wrestling with God You seem to like it right away being love you said God is life so I guess it's safe to say that our podcast is going to be wrestling with life. And you know the kind of I think one of the things that you've kind of instilled in me is this idea of embracing mystery that we can't ever fully explain anything in life so that humans can fully understand it because there is a mysterious element to it and so so talk a little bit about this wrestling with God. What you envision that to be in what you hope it will be well wrestling with God. If you hear that phrase it evokes Jacob Story where Jacob all his life wrestled with God. How God could overpower him? Any point God wants to wrestle Jacob but he wrestles Jacobs Jacob about a lot of meaningful issues about belonging and identity and authenticity and sex and life and children so when it says wrestling with God it just doesn't mean theological means all the mystery of life is wrestling with God. I think religion is supposed to help you wrestle better Gives you clear answers just to it all and say well I believe in God? Whatever God what I conceive got to be. That's not really wrestling. That's actually giving up and also I I so appreciate mystery than you know. The idea and Catholicism is God is a name -able he can't completely name what God is. God is a complete mystery But we always try to make a person out of him. Yeah I mean it's like we're envisioning him as a humanum yeah. We returned the compliment. God made us and so we try to make you so we make God naar image. But that's actually were just refusing to wrestle with God as well. That's actually I don't know turning God into an idol that we can control rather than trying to understand what God really is interesting. So let's talk a little bit about some of the specific stuff that we may be are going to wrestle with and I've Kinda listed things here that you and I have talked about some stuff. Maybe we haven't talked about Like faith hope love including sex and I suspect we have very different experiences with sex fatherland assets very understated and also religion And then the some of the big questions like life's meaning and purpose. How did we get here? Why are we here? Where are we going? How might we get there? Do you have any thoughts on that? Fatherland? I love wrestling with all those issues. I think those are important issues to wrestle worth and then you know I think we all kind of times wrestle with the big question. Is there really a God? And how do we know I mean because sometimes you know you go how could there be God Particularly you know when you think the idea of God is all knowing all loving something. Okay that created us but then he sets us up for this life. That is so darn hard at times you know. So how can that be? Why can there be both good and evil Why are there wars and mass shootings in floods? I think these are things. We WanNA wrestle with those armed portent issues to wrestle with and then this one too and I've thought about this course. I'm getting up there where you think about these kinds of things. We all die in this life if there is God and he loves us so much. Why do we have to die? I mean you think we can. We answer that I mean is there I actually? That's funny I was talking to a guy yesterday whose son is so upset that his grandfather died and he's a millennial and it just has set him and tell spins. But here's odd part. I think death is one of the healthiest things to experience. It wakes you up just on the fragility and seriousness of life. When you're twenty. You seem to be invincible. And life will go on forever and then once you experienced death you just realize how precious everything is. I think death is a very important thing to experience. I don't think of it as an evil thing I think of as a necessary thing so that will be an interesting conversation. I think an ongoing conversation and then you know when we die. There's this question of is that all there is you know. Is there life after death? Does everyone get to have this life And that seems to be a question that you know you you hear people really think about all the time Because you know well maybe they don't think about all the time you're kind of looking at me like I'm crazy but maybe it's just old people but you know is is. Is this all there? Is this life that we're experiencing now or is there something more? I that seems to be a big question to me that is really worth wrestling with. God about what the afterlife is I really Can't answer and even God only gives small glimpses of this mystery as like I love Saint brigid where Saint Brigid this mystic. She asked God shore heaven he got says. I can't you just won't get what it's about the let me show you what heaven is like so we have a lot of likes That I like to. I'd like to wrestle with all those images and what it means but I really for me. I do believe in an afterlife. There's just nothing in my experience at doesn't that guy's just telling the staff and think about mentioning it in a homily but this. I think he'd call him a navy. Rescue swimmer or Navy steelers. No seals the not. He's in the Medical Corps. Okay rescuing people and I forget when it was maybe a year ago but I guess a dream where in the dream. These people who arrest risked his life to save become back to him in a dream and in the dream. They say You came for us. We're coming for you. And the next day he died and I like to think yeah. They did come for him the next day. Wow so Have so many stories of kind of Death and life after death what it is. I can't get my mind around. But so we'll explore those stories and we'll talk about those things And then you know there's always this question kind of about you know. How do we know what we're meant to be? How do we know what we should become or who we are? I think this is something that people struggle with often on that is a very human human to be a human being is always a struggle with your identity and even wrestling with God. What Jacob is wrestling with is what is his true self. What is my true. Because we're so good at saving ourselves we think. Oh now here this is what I am. Yeah and then you wait ten years and you realize Ha. I'm so much more than that or different than that really. Our identities are always evolving Hopefully to the better but sometimes I think some people's identity Becomes more diminished narrow angry. So we're all kind of hoping to maybe become saint like is that kind of our destiny. I don't think we're all hoping for that. All the ones that hope for that are the ones who are working towards that. Oh Venom Zedek. That's a good thing but it's it is a choice. I think so I guess in the end. This is going to be kind of all about something that we we all struggle to wonder Gre- another in this life. You know at at at any given time. You know what's it about? We kind of struggle with ourselves. You know our thoughts Our feelings urges those kind of things and I believe we should struggle with those and question everything so just growing up by Growing up at round table My Dad always loved to argue at the dinner table. There's always arguments and they weren't like anger arguments. They're just arguments about issues and him him and my sister wants is in grade school. We're just really getting into it. And I suddenly realized he doesn't believe the position he just said he just wants to know whether as children can defend their own view of the world so that to me and with us we will be together but I believe like Saint Ignatius. If you're going to argue you should know. The counter-argument is well and you should have a reply to the counter argument. How do you know how clear thinking is unless you're willing to challenge it? We should be willing to challenge her own ideas. That's what I like with wrestling with. God just test other than this. What I really oppose is the certitude the arrogance of certitude where I memorized an answer and I refuse to examine it anymore. I think there are answers but I really think God wants to wrestle with it. Not Just God okay. Here's a set of answers. I agree with them therefore need not think anymore. I think you need to wrestle with every question and answer in every aspect of life my problem with people who had like you've given up on religion either. They're exposed to the wrong sense of religion in the sense that religion isn't supposed to give you certainty. It's supposed to give you a mystery. We have to question everything in your life to give up on. Religion is to give up on questioning so really. I think what I hear you saying. This is kind of a constant journey of discovery Kind of a search for truth and meaning and purpose and so in every episode. We're going to really leap into that journey. Completely a big time and our hope I think is that together. We'll find some peace in the chaos of life and discover who were really went. Meant to be So far have anything to add to that at this point so when I was a little kid we lived in Montana next to this mountain and I love them out but so we'd go climbing right and hiking and ever had. This always amazed me as a little kid. You see the top of the mountain. And so you start trudging up there and then finally when you get up there you realize away no no. This is not the top of the mountain. There's another Mountain Hill higher than and your viewpoint changes and there's always a second mountain That's what I that always amazed me at life as a little kid. I couldn't figure out. Well how can I could just couldn't see the top of the mountain. You can only see so far and then went to climb up a little bit more. The view of everything changes. There's always a second and third mountain. Life is like that that if you choose to climb life and constantly change your point of view you not only see more but you're odd by how much further you need to go. That is a great analogy for what we hope to do with our podcast. It's this wonderful visual to climbing the mountain of life constantly searching for truth and meaning and purpose and knowing the higher we climb the more will learn the more will understand and the further. We have to go. Thanks for listening to our first episode of wrestling with God. We hope you'll join us next time as we begin our journey. This ought to be fun.
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Smart Chat Covid-19
"Do not listen everybody. How a assume dot gov dot call the doctor known bannon. Do call call the burger. Ladies and gentlemen dr around here. The actor is in the house. This is your host actor on. Who's of iran unfiltered uncensored in our season. Barry smart chat on saturday and his generally big concern concerning kobe. So here we are again with lots of Used this week. We've got a great holiday before we let the program that be informed me that is for ramping as general medical patient and the medical information terms. Aram his advice basket you to confirm any information here on this program. This isn't review all information regarding any medical or Jim i welcome you with an attitude to. That's one of my favorite sayings staying here for five years. 'cause you keep hearing me say it because having an attitude of gratitude makes you happier and healthier and makes us have a more optimistic. Point of view of being optimistic has been shown to lower blood pressure and help get a better night's sleep increasing longevity also helps us bounce back faster on stressful situations so this time of the year this holiday season that we just started base giving any heavy opportunity to celebrate it our loved ones contemplate. What makes life more meaningful than most people come to an. We may pause appreciate the many blessings and divine opportunities that have been birth through the challenges of this awful Twenty twenty with all. That's been rearranged lives always rearranged their world what remains well what life your life. What entered your life. What remained the same some radical changes. But i am still left with a deep and profound sense. It ready to not only for what i have. I am grateful and humble when i am able to being grateful for what you have is important being grateful. Y you can give is profound. I can give you my intentions by prayers. My focus my presence. we can call a friend. Listen to what they had to say. You clean out your closet which you don't need anymore and you walk on the beach or walk outside in part you can meditate. Make about people that they beach. This is only being grateful. Thanksgiving time of being able. So what do you think. Ladies and gentlemen as it's been a crazy season. I wanna start out. By reminding you might send week ships sync because water around him ships sync because of the war to get back inside of him. So why do i say that. Because i don't want you to let what's happening around you it inside of you wait now turn off the tv. There's an agenda there and the agenda is not to make you feel good agenda debut in fear and to manipulate you only thing mutating out there. It's not the virus is the psychological operation and the media field. Bs and the only thing you have to be richer susceptibility to bear lies. And you must use competency your body's innate resilience you to give up on anyone or anything but if you believe you're to be killed by fresh air sunlight and hugs. We might have to move on and forward without you told you last week about cases. We'll talk a little bit. More about with john hopkins had to say about that yesterday. So i want you to be a superspreader herbie right but i want you to be a superspreader of mullahs might truth gratitude. And what does the perspective eight million people have died in twenty twenty because they're starving to death and they're mainly kids would be a good idea to focus our energy and our resources and our money on making vaccine of unknown efficacy and the chance of saving those chosen by feeding them as one hundred percents one hundred percent chance of saving those kids so much to talk about. Where do we start some from. The children held is rate website. Lisa gentlemen children's health instant latest news from visor of dirt on how preliminary analysis shows the vaccines or more than ninety percent. Effective science is public relations. Medias reporting that people with developmental disabilities will be among those first in line to get these experimental colgate vaccines. You don't target the most volatile people including those who can't exercise informed consent with experimental medical products astra zedek is coded mexi. Still trial phase has ingredients. Reno are correlated with brain injury last week and i applaud the people in denmark who took to the streets and one wading back against mandatory backseat nations. These remember what. I've been talking about the past couple sirens big test. Pcr tests and be manipulated to befall positive or negative. You penny on. How many times sample ample time talk a little bit. It was a senior lecturer analysis was yesterday. And this analysis concluded that the kuroda virus had no overall back on the total number of deaths in the united states navy is debbie beyond his longtime professor of economics. are at the virus is deadly primarily to older people with multiple underlying editions. Who were already near death. Beating it did not affect the overall debt town jat hopkins received of its funding of the aids foundation retracted. This article was. They said it's it's misinformation. Really is report ibra on wedner of november eleventh which was titled covid nineteen th s a look at us data which was hosted by the university's progress arts and sciences She is an assistant program. Director of applied economics teaches micro economic theory statistics in economics econometrics. She said the cdc the cdc as a private ration- not a government organization. Cdc data showed there were voice. Seven million tunnels desert in the united states between mid-march december alleged. Two hundred thousand are kobe. Nineteen related. She examined total dasan each age group. And the cause of that in her analysis. Surprisingly the older people stay the same before it after. Kobe might team last year. this year. The desks older people were the same since covid. Nineteen maybe faxing. Elderly experts expected an increase in the percentage of deaths older age groups cite increase in the cdc data. Data's analysis suggests that in contrast to most people's assumptions number of deaths by covid nineteen is alarming. in fact it has relatively no effect on the total deaths in the united states. Saying this pandemic was so bad. How come we don't have an increase in the death rate this year remember. John is did retract. This article said i guess it was to live has something to do a political correctness. They did acknowledged that this analysis was with it. Scope of her expertise as a statistician has a great resume. She got her phd from washington state. University must know that. This retracted has a lot of controversies. I remember the cdc still says that six percent of the people co. big nineteen deaths of Eighteen of oh those who died of coronal virus. Cdc had an average of two white six cobra biddies more than two chronic diseases along with covid. Nineteen just to make you feel about it. Cdc estimates a ninety nine point nine nine seven percent survival rate on birth to nineteen ninety. Nine point nine eight percent survival rate from twenty to forty nine ninety nine point five percent for fifty sixty and ninety four point six percent for so like i said this week. Total death rate from ably is higher. I mean this has been massaged by a foundations ironies. This woman doctor brianna found in her analysis that there were that there naturally was a sudden increase in deaths early. Twenty twenty ish year. She also noticed that significant there was a significant decrease in deaths due to heart disease and other causes and she believes that best due to heart. Disease disease influenza. Pneumonia is there have been re categorized as being to ninety remember hopkins. Cdc avocation that all deaths related to. Kobe are simply covid. Nineteen deaths in other words if you fall out of a twenty story building and die test positive for over your copay debt if you died of a heart attack or cancer. You tested positive for kobe. Your tested as as so. No wonder they're going up but other categories are born down. So what's the point of this if points at there is no evidence. Covid nineteen eighty excess. Total debt. numbers are not above normal numbers. Just put yourself or ease a little bit. We're going gone through such a heck of a pandemic Millions of excess. This we're not and that's she isn't the first one virtually so what popped up on my screen. A says a gratitude is not only the greatest virtues but parent of waters so an attitude of gratitude. Always all right. Let's talk a little bit. Vaccines has got everybody's attention now. Remember these are. Fresh releases has not been a pair. Peer reviewed study on these vaccine as yet and yet we know that these some of these vaccines have aborted fetal cells said last week. They have the ethylene. The a lot of people are verdict to anyway have nanoparticles. Have to be refrigerated minus seventy degrees and professors even have an article by professors from yale or transparency on these facts vaccine trials. Fever sweats migraines lakes. That last for days are some of the symptoms reported various phase three trial participants madonna and others after zeneca vaccine which is which is a little bit different uses more traditional antivirus factors seem to produce some less side effects but again these are not peer reviewed again we need transparency about the potential side effects. This vaccination remember his vaccine is going to change your dna and what happened six months a year from now some physicians Top physicians are concerned that we develop on unity. So there's they dr file for her concerns special monday. She said we really need to make. Patients aware that this vaccine is not going to be a walk in the park. They're going to know they had a vaccine air. Probably not going to feel wonderful what they gotta come back for a second does and according to protocol secondary's really inboard if indeed it doesn't kill you. And what is the ticker real kicker here that you may ask you this. Eat every three to four months. Maderna's study said. Hey the first but that second minnesota athlete down for a day for sure leads to take some time off after the second dose. You see what. I'm getting at ladies and gentlemen know everything about this vaccine. What what are they failing to tell us telling us as ninety percent available. Where's the beef whereas the backup literature whereas the graphs and you know what he's vaccines are back. Some mild flow of kobe. They do not kill the virus. Kill the virus. And we don't know if they inhibit the spread of the virus we have no information about hospitalizations or deaths just know some odd ratios. So do not know. There's no evidence as yet at the vaccine prevents hospitalizations any as they define severe as they say some of the control who has severe disease. But it's not define how many people have to vaccinate to prevent one hospital station. Death we do not know that estimate. Number to treat from madonna trial. To prevent one case would be fifteen thousand vaccinations or they sit stated in another way one hundred sixty seven. Vaccinations it's descriptive and again. An estimate of the number to treat the during the trial to prevent a single case. Fifteen thousand vaccinations to prevent bindi aces. Way would be have to have a hundred and sixty seven. Vaccinations about one degrees. And again as i said we don't know how ball protection will be a benefit. It appears anybody sponsor sure and some people are saying maybe choir two shots every three to six months to be predictive and guess what the more shots you have to get what happens. You have greater risk of side effects right you have greater side effects to be sensitized. Backseat and remember. There is absolutely zero. Elry united states taxpayer bears all responsibility for anyone. Else's there's a lot of people. I don't know anybody that's volunteering speed. I wanted to give him shots. I'm not anti vaccination on. I hope these vaccines are protected from nineteen. I hope they're safe effective and safe. That's fine that's have the beef. That's happened numbers. We have to pay attention to what they leave out of. Only what they tell us saying. Caveat emptor buyer okay. One more thing here zero. We this explainable out. Hospitalizations s is just was never exposed. Ever don't own as spewed out all the networks. So we're asking that cdc weren't people about the side effects as some are saying. It's not going to be a walk in the war houses. So could we need to start out and two days every three or four. We should know this once. We start around that backstage. Give some of my business homing in hersey and warm. It is warm down here in southwest florida without coal swap match. Lebanon's so we'll do that is not gonna be welcomed war where was on really important. Gets to be careful that we're not banned to take this vaccines Was as of now. Still experimental virus evolving. So he get the vaccine in this virus changes. I'll have to have against other vaccination be clear. Can you develop Vaccine it's not hurdle researchers pulled a viral escape a lot. We don't know in this warped speed agenda concern this disconcerted about ordering unit responses three six months a year later. Maybe your body won't recognize this change. Dna and start attacking. It like a toward light is owns disease. Almost roses hosts may take a chance of getting the flow of nineteen because death rate is almost nothing now. You're really really sick advocate interventions. We need to have information. And if indeed we are reaching herd immunity at any rate the help employees pouching all say it may not may be no need for this vaccine again. I'm gonna come back so you know the long term health impacts so as we are if you truly believe at mass at vaccines work wear what these get injected and enjoy protection. If you don't believe massive vaccines were why would you need to do the same if you believe they were. Where your masks in check yourself and you do not need to do the same right protected. You don't have to worry about point so if you had the other. Races people want people not to be backseat. Skeptic vices please one hundred percent transparent. all right gentlemen. Dr ryan. A cova talk on saturday. Once a member eat a superior interior at me you have to keep your cut and immune system of happy and healthy. Your vaccination will kirby inside so too much sugar. Your diet lease variety of colors of fruit vegetables. Good filter whatever. Have a little silver that every day. The way email won't read that next with aloe vera or a couple of each aloe vera gel. And she says she had the worst on december beep after two weeks at all went away. Now she's been using them as underground At hurt bank have us little silver after three years. Have a with it. Sprayed on countertops valid consideration. All right this makes you all right. Jones soccer host with dr meltzer censor your family your week elite. Cove it this coming tuesday. We're gonna talk about artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners bad reviews. Done this slow by the spin a couple of years. We'll talk about art efficiency. These have an attitude of gratitude. Positive remembered eople are dying but saving may have died. Anyway i'll give up on fresh air. Can't sanitize your way to help an inside job at these mask mandates. I must leave you this. They are air to divide us. Are there virus. So the unmastered lane for his chased on a massive massive not the enemy. Young masks are not selfish view. Familiar with the nazis us tactics viruses one houses amador hair ship. Think that any masks any good is not in a randomized control. Study that shows Anything f fact. It was brought to my attention against day that the surgical masks on the outside say this is not revival. Control the surgeons using the operator every member By last socialization is is so important and boosts your immunity seem facial expressions. We go all these hazard mass. That's important for human connection. There's more bacteria and viruses in our system. That is human dna cells. So can i say it's been a hoax is real of. Am treated us happy about that. So would that be say Jerry would join us today got busy so we are going. And we'll see you tuesday. We'll be talking about artists Here everybody around this for today. A whole group wisdom or the man had descent all the man to see more answers for him so tune in nineteen. When dowd this in a win the is led the dive. The known. Bob who is house is how no was bobby. I'm sure he is let was bothering me when the darker is in house. If you have pain call that if you haven't stree- call. The data was by a winless. Doppler is house is.
S05E09: A Wildman in the Wilderness
"This is making disciples with robbie gallon which is part of the replicate podcast network. It is a resource to equip in encourage leaders to make disciples who make disciple makers here. Your host. Colin would today on the podcasts. We are returning back to the gospels. If you have been with us for any length of time we have been talking about the revival and the move of god at long hollow Really since january is how long we've been talking about this but go back. If you want a refresher of where we were we were journeying through the gospels and we were in luke two. We just finished luke two where jesus twelve years old he gets lost and then is found fewer member. He was twelve years old and we. We ended talking about a model prayer away to pray for your children. Based on how verse. Fifty two of luke describes jesus increasing in wisdom and stature in favor with god and people so today we get to luke chapter three where jesus is no longer twelve. He's thirty and we meet a wild man in the wilderness pastor. Yes man. I have so many questions about this chapter. The first the first thing that comes to mind is what in the world is he doing in the wilderness and this does not seem to be the best Ministry building location It seems a little strange He's not in the marketplace. He's not even in the temple but this is where he chooses or where god leads him to have his ministry to preach and teach and so. I'm assuming because you have taught me well that there is some significance to where he is located. And why you see this. Is you only been on for a couple of times and you're already asking the right questions learn. You're already asking the right question. Which is the that is the question. Why is john the wild man in the wilderness. Now it's a deeper question then. You may even know. You're asking chris from tom. Tom would really stumble on some deep questions. He didn't even know how deep they were. But that was pretty deep because the question is why is john in the wilderness. But the better question is why is a man from the priesthood. Who's supposed to be in the temple and has every right to be in the temple. Why is he out in the wilderness. If you're going to start a movement you don't do it in the if you wanna start a an exponential move of god. You don't do it all by the by the dead sea jordan river. I wouldn't have even known to ask about john and priesthood like that connection. Isn't there for me and abm slow. But that's what i'm here for. No that's good and you're doing so good already so here we go here. we go. We're going to pick back up with luke chapter three now. Just a couple things as colin mentioned if you want to refresh her go back to twenty twenty and we talk about how to think. Like jesus the jewishness the western mindset versus the eastern hebraic mind said and so that's a refresher to where we are so calm. We're going to pick up in luke chapter three remember. Luke is a doctor okay. So when is writing. He is writing to a particular audience. And that's something we talked about obviously in a previous podcast and so when luke teaches theology. It's important to remember this. Luke is always going to teach from direct quotations in the mouths of the people. It's interesting so when somebody speaks or or or an encounter happens. Luke is going to highlight insights or tow torah observations or a theological truth in the mouths of the people and through the actions of the people. So that's just something to remember as we begin salute chapter three and just be aware i will stop periodically. Probably sooner than later. So just be aware. That lou chapter three verse one. You want me to read just start reading and when i stop you stop you. Okay in the fifteenth year of the reign of tiberius. Caesar while pontius pilot was governor of judy judea herod was tetrarch of galilee. His brother philip. Tetrarch of the region of boy keeping just go And tech track denied us and lassigny simultaneous tetrarchy of abilene. Okay now let me stop you hear it. Let me teach you something that i that i learned in seminary i appreciate you giving me eight city names right out the gate well. That was actually has one and done. Yeah when i learned in seminary years ago was if you're preaching or reading or teaching and you come across a word you can't pronounce you pronounce it boldly and act like you know what it means and move on. You know nobody. I mean who knows you know. That's a joke. There's actually a way believe it or not. If you want to know pronounce these words there actually is a way that would have been helpful to tell me before berko. Now i have a. I have a bible. Software called law gos- but you can just go online and type these words in which i've done from time to time And you can pronounce them in the greek or the hebraic background there in a new abilene. Because that's in tex- texas right not to be confused where matt chandler or pazar. Yeah we just heard about that recently. Okay here's the deal. Why does luke include this first line In the beginning of chapter three any ideas. Why would luke start with that My guess is to place it at a point in time in history for us. That's exactly right So right out the gate starting good. Today it's early but great. He's historically time stamping this moment in john's life. And so you gotta understand. John is not some fictitious character. Made up This guy in the woods who's just Not real doesn't have a personality not human. No john's a real man in a real time period and a rio culture speaking the real people. And so as jesus which was interesting for me to really. I can't remember when it shifted. But i remember growing up. I was in a different religion. Obviously but i remember growing up as a young boy. Thinking jesus was similar to the tooth fairy or santa claus. I mean this is crazy thing about that. Jesus was like a utilitarian genie. That i could rub the lamp and call upon you know but he wasn't like a real person and there was a study done in years past called the the historical. Jesus study. you remember this now. Some of these guys for the record got off track okay. So they really got off track. You gotta be careful. You want to to to to ride The fence on one side. Jesus's all man the other side. Jesus's all god's you don't wanna get too far on each side because you'll get off on a tangent but just just to stop here before we go on. John is a real man in a real time place in a real city with real kings in real rulers happening at that time. So let's continue reading. What happened curious. If i can ask you. Have you seen the series called the chosen. Yeah about jesus one of the things just you saying that reminded me that when my family watched the it really pulled out jesus humanity for me because i saw jesus laugh and i never thought about jesus laughing but of course he laughed he. He was a human. Yeah i i just thought that was well laughing while you think you've got peter james and john andrew you're gonna be laughing know okay Where were we Abilene during the high priesthood of ns. In caiphus god's word came to john the son of zachariah in the wilderness he went into all the vicinity of the jordan proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sin. Okay let's stop there okay. So much there to talk about okay now so now we have a time. We have a place now. We're going to have a priesthood. Okay so what's happening here. Is this Lucas reminding us just what i said earlier. John has a lineage of father. Who's a priest. He's other lens of his father. Who's a priest okay. His father's name is what you remember this zachariah zachariah okay and if you go back to the beginning you realize it was zachariah. Who went into the temple burning the incense. The angel came. He doubted the angel. He went mute. Your son's name as john. So he's in the priesthood. Now we talked about this at a previous episode. But i just wanna make mention to it. What you're about to hear is the first spoken word of god through a prophet in four hundred years. Wow now this is why. This is heightened right here. This is heightened. Right here would. John's about to do is speak prophetically as the last as he says the last and greatest prophet of god pop quiz. Why does he call him. The greatest the last in great. No profit is greater. He was he was a read in the win. You remember that. When jesus talking about him after he hears these imprison. Why do you think those listening. Why do you think. Jesus says he's the greatest the last and the greatest. I'm sure someone. Listening has the answer. But i do not okay. That's good answer. I think what he's saying is he's the greatest because he's the final prophet. He's the he's the last prophet before the entrance of the kingdom of heaven. John was the last guy. So he's the greatest in that respect. Why because he got to see the doorway to the kingdom which was jesus guy. So that's why. I think he's grace but was just so. The priesthood is would john's apart of quick. Recap many will say well. What's the big deal about the priesthood. What is the big deal about the preset. Yeah right on cue the big deal about the breese it is they had all the amenities you could want of an upper class life in that day okay. priest accent on. If you know this calm but priests actually had indoor plumbing in the in the temple in their homes associated with the temple so they would do these. Two weeks stands where they would give two weeks of their life to come work for one week at a time. Two different seasons in the temple. They had different jobs to do. They were draw lots for jobs. We talk about all this in the past and basically they would have indoor air conditioning. Did you know this first century. No not the were thinking of okay easy but they had people who their sole job was to waive palm branches in their face. All day. long. Can you imagine everywhere you go. You gotta palm. They nicknamed them. Ac as easy come over here. That's right let me call. Yeah exactly so. They had a portable acu so all the amenity they had the best food you gotta understand. They're eating the sacrificial lamb. People don't realize there's somebody eats the lamb after sacrifice thing about this. Somebody eats the bread The the best bread. Utah this offerings to god. So they're eating the best of the best the best accommodations. They have the best luxuries. Why in the world does john who has right to that the right to that. Why does john leave that. Forgo that to go to the sweltering wilderness. And let me just give you one caveat and we'll take a break one caveat. Here's the caveat. When we think of wilderness do not think of lush grass green rolling hills fruit trees and water streams. Because that's what we think of wilderness. You know going in the wilderness. Go hike in the woods. Think of one hundred to one hundred and twenty five degree arid desert that's what wilderness meats and we translate that wilderness years ago in the king james version and we kind of kept that translation. The better translation is desert So now let's put that in play and then we're gonna take a break and we'll come back. John leaves the luxuries of jerusalem The the the the rights of the priesthood. Any trades it for sweltering heat arid desert sandstorms arising at all times and no water. So when we come back we're going to do is find out. Why does john do this or are you struggling with the fatigue of ministry post cova. 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If you're interested in applying to join the collective are simply wanna find out more head over to replicate collective dot com replicate collective dot com. We have limited spots so you want to check it out today and we're back. I cannot wait to find out why john has chosen to leave all the luxuries of the priesthood. He has chosen to forego ac and he is in not a lush forest wilderness but an arid desert which as you describe it. I think i started sweating and getting hungry just thinking about it and so there has to be a very spiritual and deep reason that john would go to this place. Yeah i thought i saw dropper perspiration on your it's out you're miserable was yes okay so you gotta ask yourself this question. Why in the world would he do this. And it really flies in the face of western christianity. That says i want it my way. I want air in. I want comfort. And i'm not saying i'm i'm part of that too. So we get so used to the luxuries of quote unquote christianity. And yet john. And not only john john and the essence. John is right that he he's a neighbor of the essence. They're right around the subdivision over. So they're right there. The reason john goes to the wilderness is because he is sick of the corruption of the priesthood. In israel okay. I can't remember where. I found this quote. I heard it. I think from ray vander lawn and I can't remember exactly where he got it. but he makes mention of the corruption. You gotta remember the hellenism of alexander. The great comes into this jewish nation. So they're being pulled with media in sports and athletics and news and theater. And so they've got all of these distractions in addition to that The priests are being tempted to give in to sin all the luxuries of san. And what van lawrence said was in the day of jesus they could not perform the daily duties of the priesthood. Because there weren't enough priests that showed up for work because they were being tempted to go. Watch the greek games across the jordan. Wow the men run naked in the greek games and all the all the sporting events that the corruption gotten that high. We know what happened. To the sad jesse's the sad jesse's this is the big one the the priesthood used to be handed down genia logically okay so it was part of If you're a descendant of arun or aaron okay. If you're if you're great-great-great-great-great-grandfather was aaron it's called the zaza doty akin or as a dessert is a donkey. And i don't know what that does adokie in from zedek or zadek. Okay dokey and trial. Would that means is a big where that means. You're of the descendant of aaron. Okay okay for this is crazy. Thirteen hundred and eighty eight years from aaron all the way down to a man name jason. Who's the last one before jason. Okay onus actually was his name and then jason starts the new regime thirteen hundred eight years. How many high priests were there from. Aaron to onus thirteen hundred eighty almost fifteen hundred years. What are you gonna take take again. I guess you're probably the high priest in your mid thirties until you die there. Strezak light works. Is that real. Well you yeah. Well probably not probably mid thirties but older. Because you gotta remember. Your dad has the dot. Oh yeah so. Your dad's gonna go to like ninety or eighty. Yeah so you probably in your fifties or sixty seven probably not that many. I'm not good at math in my head back quickly but probably not that many okay. That's good dancer. Forty-three to be exact. That's around. I was getting his okay. That is a small number. If you think about it yet really forty three over almost fourteen hundred years okay. so then. The sad jesse's which are basically the spiritual mafia religious overlords. They come in and from the years. One seventy two bc. This is going to blow you away. One seventy two bc. All the way to one sixty eight. I mean Seventy ad so one two bc to seventy eight. Now why do i say. Seventy as the in you know seventy. Ad seventy years after yet. When roberts town the curtain was torn. No that was thirty. That was thirty eight. I was close though what happens. Fifty years later or forty years later. I don't know the romans come in. Robert got it. They destroyed the ten straw. The tempur so the whole priesthood. As we know it is destroyed. And jesus said this was going to happen. He said no stones gonna stand on you. Know i'm gonna destroy and rebuild it and they said you're crazy no way you can do this okay. So in those two hundred roughly and fifty ish years okay. Forty two years to be exact. Okay guess how many high priests there were herman. High pride normally would have said one or two but because you're asking them thinking it's a few more than that few more than that as in thirty eight. what yes so in. Fourteen hundred years forty three and two hundred and forty two years thirty eight. What happened okay. Yes the here's what happened in. This is what led to john gone to the wilderness. And this is what we have to get. There was so much corruption where the priesthood went from being handed down by father to a son logically through the family connecting all the way back to aaron now. The priesthood is being bought by this. Saj seeing colt. Now you may know some of the scientists he's in jesus's day anise Kaya office you hear these names. Okay i just read them. Yes and so. These are corrupt men who this is why they killed. Jesus one of the reasons. Jesus is a threat to their economic power. Jesus is a threat to their retirement plan. And so they are going to take him out because he's attacking their financial gain. So what happens is the priest gets bought from the roman leaders. So now they go to. guy name. epiphany epiphanies unease. Can't think his first name. I don't even have as i say. But his his name is epiphanies and he named himself epiphanies. Meaning god manifests. He's very humble man. If you can imagine he's very woman and he started this and then it just works way down from the roman emperors. Okay so john sees this and he says listen. Not only is it wrong. I don't wanna be anywhere around. When flaming fireballs from heaven you know possibly thinking start pouncing this city for the corruption. The very men who are supposed to represent god the very man who are the mouthpieces for the very men who are supposed to stand in the place of people and god are actually using that power for corruption. Well sounds similar to today actually. Yeah i was. I was going to say. he physically separates himself from those men next week on the podcast. I want to learn. Does he besides physically. How does his message differ from that of the priests what they are doing. Can we talk about that next week. On the podcasts. Yes and not only that. We're gonna talk about why. John picks this place on this shore to start his ministry Talk about that next week. Join us next week on the podcast as we get into some of these rich truth. Pull them out from luke chapter three. Thank you for joining us on. Today's podcast if you are enjoying these podcasts. Do us a favor and smashed the like button. Share the podcast with anyone else that you might find will benefit from these and join us next week as we continue in luke chapter three pulling out some of these deep rich truce from god's word.
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Carole Marks with Dr. Steven Kussin (The Slippery Slope of Health Care: Why Bad Things Happen to Healthy Patients and How to Avoid Them)
"Bomb. Ladies and gentlemen. Children of all ages gathered on the radio time now for another installment of a touch of grey, the talk show for grownups. Are Host is Carol Marks. She's one of America's leading experts and upper demographic issues, and she's champion in the battle against ageism on today's program Carol will the interviewing Dr Steven Kussin, a physician author television commentator, and a pioneer. In the shared decision movement. He's written the book the slippery slope of healthcare why bad things happen to healthy patients and how to avoid them. For thirty years he practised gastroenterology. So what happened that force you to give up your JJ practice? and. Where you're I opened about the way regular patients in the hospital you were in were treated. And the ways you as a physician were when you laid one. Well I ended up. I clinical practice. Due to a car accident. and. A. Couple of dozen bones broken a lot of iron and rising me, and that pretty much ended my clinical career. But it also started a new career because my first book was written as a result of that accident. Because I realized how well I was treated how privileged I was and have the physicians and nurses who could care of me what my friends I had. No hesitation to ask questions even fired whether by providers. And so that leads me to say, well, let's let's get patients up to speed on this. Let's then have the resources and be able to ask questions and show the attitudes that needs a better healthcare. Because patients are so often subtracted. From the tears I've actually receiving their opinions feelings essentially, a risk tolerance are often ignored. So, my first book documentation we'll see you now pretty much. Says that. It's not up to the. Doctors. To make all the decisions, sometimes the patients could make decisions zipping using grid resources. Matt leads to me starting to show decision Sankar, which is a whole movement is extremely popular throughout the British. Commonwealth for example, but it's almost unheard of here in the United States it's the movement where. An individual's feelings sentiments of life situations employment status, risk tolerance all play a role in what decisions they make because very few medical decisions. Or absolute very few recommendations don't have many many alternatives. and. So sure Decision Central Asia the second book. Has Been Out Oh, about a couple of months though. That's called the slippery slope of healthcare. Why bad things happen to healthy people. And that. Was Real mission. And you know I just love. The way you state your goal because it really gets to the heart of the matter and you really say that the goal of the shared. Decision Making Movement. Is Not offer a second opinion but to allow the patient to understand the first one, it's almost like having a doctor in a family and boy is that true? Really don't understand it all. was going on with our diagnosis. Are as possible to. It very well, the book the second book goes through really dozens and dozens of resources that are either free or extremely inexpensive. Allow you to go to the doctor and say you know I read in the New England Journal of Medicine that and go on from there. In fact, I've started a little file I don't WANNA get too cold it bars I don't WanNa, get the disease, but if I'm incapacitated. List of the things that are in the literature. Now they're showing some promise things. You don't usually hear about in the medical literature you could say, Gee, I, read the New England Journal of. Medicine. That nitrous oxide given to very sick patients as a simple safe inhale dass showing some really wonderful results. And it goes up vitamin D and Tax it and all other such things that are simple, safe and easy and. Phase you should know about this stuff in this current pandemic. And the ones sources that easy and and easily available undocking path respect them because they come from respectable sources. Have fluently and the very end of our conversation. I'm going to talk about some of the most helpful things I've ever read in a book and there in your last chapter, and that is about how to get free. Advice that you can understand. And I'M GONNA get to that at the end but I wanted to ask you a little bit. About this, I was surprised that you that you wrote in this book that America's healthcare system is subsidized by services to healthy people you go on to say the industry often uses changing measures ratios to determine what a patient score should be and you, and that really has an effect on the patient and you give blood pressure tests is example of that. So what was normal defecation up until very recently for high blood pressure what normal definition now and one just have on the average person Thank you. That's my first chapter because it's one of the better examples of the disease that's defined by its numbers. And so to change, the definition of disease is simply the change summers in November twenty seventeen one third of America went to bed with a diagnosis of hypertension. And on the eighteenth. When we both up. Now, a half of US had a new diagnosis called the silent killer. Why because they simply changed definition Back in the day when I was in medical school and that was a while ago. But make sure wasn't even treated until up top but just was over one hundred and forty, and over the years is come down and down and down to the point where most of us know that one twenty over eighty is considered normal. But in the November twenty, seventeen, one, twenty year, old eighties continue elevated blood pressure and one thirty over eighty is now costs for treatment. I. Wouldn't let anyone me for consistent persistent pressure one, thirty over eighty. And the point of it is most people get their blood pressure checked in the medical office. It's done incorrectly usually to the point where it's much higher than it might otherwise be. So they, ain't. Getting diagnose. Treat. They. Pretentious and always 'cause falls and bank mission weakness. Even sometimes conduct issues offer pressure used to be perfectly normal worthies this keeping an eye on and make sure it's being taken properly and that's the slippery slope. I test the first dog knows is the first pill that leads to next test and the test and the next as all more risky more expensive. And and actually more important because Oh, now we see something abnormal. Makina anymore. So we have to act on it. So it's a it's a slippery slope is very healthy. People come degrees. Wonderful step, and then all of a sudden the healthy person becomes unhealthy. That's Dr Steven Kussin physician author television commentator, and Pioneer in the share decision movement and conversation with the host of our show Carol Marks. We'll have more of this interview when attach great the talk show for grownups continues. You. Back Pain doesn't take vacations hitting ever celebrate holidays hits on the job twenty, four seven to keep your life exactly where it is in limbo but it doesn't have to be that way because laser spine institute can help you back here live from chronic neck and back pain with less than one inch incision. Our minimally invasive procedures have provided relief to over sixteen thousand patients with a ninety seven percent patient satisfaction rate. So get ready to stand tall and live the life you've imagine for yourself without pain are. 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Now for a no cost emery review end to learn more, it's time to save by chronic neck and back pain what have you got to lose lasers spine institute the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery call eight, five, five, seven, three, oh, back eight, five, five, seven, three, oh back eight, five, five, seven, three, oh back that's eight, five, five, seven, three, O, b., a C. K.. Continuing now with a touch of grey at a talk show for grownups here again is the host and founder of our program Carol Marks in conversation with Dr Steven Kussin and you put. In instinct such an easy way to understand. Now, we also have just he's just said his pre diabetes that one in four adult tavern that's diabetes in the beginning state. So since we don't have symptoms with prediabetes. Where do you wish everyone should know about giant tabbies and prediabetes? Diabetes. A second are you a to go all the professional societies adult with diabetes? Reagan. On what they thought was normal hemoglobin everyone one she and that's the single test allows doctors determine if garage months, the blood sugar has been elevated. Not One of those societies could agree on what normal Hemoglobin A. One C. is they very soc amend Asli because you follow the rules of one-sided down one medication. If you follow the rules of another society, you could actually be on three meditations to get your numbers right and numbers. Again, here's a diseases defined by the numbers and the hemoglobin. A. One C could find any which way which leads to the problem prediabetes which you mentioned. Here's the problem that isn't the disease. It's a pre disease to me. A pre disease is not I. Mean Life is a pre death experience everyone who lives is going to die. It's it's it's done in Alzheimer's disease diabetes and stunning coronary artery disease A. Disease, it's as dangerous. And unnecessary as changing the definition of diseases when there's no clear. It helps the patients, but it does help the pharmaceutical industry. So, predeceased his to me are more questionable. For example, your doctor says, look the hemoglobin everyone she was on the board of we what we consider to be normal. Let's keep an eye on that for a while, but the tank a person with a disease and God knows. Causes Alarm concern. It makes the person she out medical care but but otherwise be unnecessary. So mood diseases, pre diseases, diseases whose numbers of change cholesterol being software diabetes, an example blood pressures example change the numbers. Get more people who have the disease I've never seen. Situation and rich. A change in the numbers. Leads to fewer people being diagnosed with the problem. It always leads to more people being diagnosed and that has to be treated for some. On the part of consumers. Great Great Point and here's something that I never hear discussed You talk about in your book and I thought you were so right on and so my question is age has something to do is someone getting particular? Test and then acquiring distressing symptoms from the test itself and perhaps other medications that are ordered or other tests that are that are ordered for you to take. Some situations that The older you are. The more important the test can be, and that's very communist screening for cancer for women. Mammography thirty, nine to forty nine and some people beginning screening at that young age. Have, just a tremendous number of false positives. True thousand women have to do the test every single year to say what? A not also means it'll be. A fifty to sixty percent of false positives scaring the wits out of these for women. It's however you isolate the test people who are older. Than fewer false positives, more diagnoses for lives, save and fewer adventures down this for free smoke. So sometimes age as a reason to do with us, but they become more likely like breast cancer. And other occasions people reach a certain age. Should feel And Seventy Five I dodged the bullet. Blood pressure I don't have to last straw I don't have diabetes Washington distress this. Why should they get a colonoscopy? Colon Oscars are only recommended for people who can constantly know that they have another absolute ten years have survived. But I'm seventy five. I'm not having the call announced I'll take my chances. Show. Age In some ways being a good idea to do some and Asian other respects means, Hey, you've won the won the game take victory lap. Don't start sitting down and getting up onto tests that can turn the seventy five year. Into someone who is not going to make it to be seventy seven years old because. A lot of screening technologies. Are Trying to. Diagnose diseases that you're probably not going to get. And even if you did don't require treatment. and. The tests don't even really help anyway. And so you're taking a risk right this very second. For best that problems you probably never gonNA get even thirty years down the line. Some screen tests are good idea. Some are bad ideas. It's up to the consumer. To learn about the positives and negatives risks of the harms. The damage in the benefits occur every street screening technology. If I give a woman, a shared decision session on. Demography. There's simply no bias simply no. Kind of idea of what I want to. Hear the benefits through the risk based on your age based on technology. You're using and based on clinical information. I have if you WANNA get the mammogram after that. SCO for a lot of women say Gee Whiz. That's a lot of false positives. I'm only forty years old. Is it. Okay to wait 'til fifty. We'll, discuss? Those. Clinical information when you're sixty and surely true for prostate cancer where. People who don't get PSA. Don't really have a really a a measurably worse outcome than people who do and the people who do get the PSA at least half maybe sixty percent or over diagnosed up for surgery. So it's a matter of what you wish and who you speak to. Dr Steven Kussin physician author, television commentator, and pioneer in the shared decision movement and conversation with the host of our show. Carol marks we'll have more of this interview when touch gray the talk show for grownups continues in a moment. A. Hi this is Michael Harrison I. Hope you're enjoying this installment of a touch of grey the talk show for grown ups and finding it to be a meaningful listening experience. This wonderful little weekend program has been on the radio across America in one form or another for more than twenty years. Its mission is to provide mature Americans with information and content about aging to help. Them cope with the non-stop Challenges of life during these hectic modern times we're talking about health finances, relationships, and plain old fun whether it's learning about the latest technology and social norms or fondly remembering yesterday's arts and entertainment a touch of grey. The talk show for grownups is dedicated to serving that gigantic segment of the population. So sadly ignored by most of today's popular. Media. Founded and hosted by a truly Great Lady Carol Marks One of America's leading experts on upper demographic issues and a champion in the ongoing battle against ageism this program is geared to what has commonly been referred to as the sandwich generation baby boomers who are coping with such challenges as still supporting their adult children while caring for their elderly parents. It's my honor and privilege to be associated with Carol marks and be a part of her mission to support, defend and inspire today's generation of what she lovingly calls. 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So get ready to stand tall and live the life you've imagined for yourself without pain are you or a loved one suffering from a bulging disc herniated disc spinal stenosis pinched nerve degenerative disk disease, our spine care consultants. Now, for a no cost I review and to learn more, it's time to say goodbye or chronic neck and back pain. What did you to lose laser Stein Institute the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery call eight, five, five, seven, three, oh back eight, five, five, seven, three, oh back eight, five, five, seven, three, oh back. That's eight five, five, seven, three O B A C K. A. Continuing now with touch of grey, the talk show for grownups here again is the host and founder of our program Carol Marks in conversation with Dr Steven Kuzin and what you what you get to know and you get awful lot In your broken talking about something else that is really bobbies a lot of people and that's the price of of drugs and there is direct to consumer. Advertising and I thought we discussed something that you wrote about in your book that really stuck with me that was about perversion. which is a medication derived from jellyfish clangs improve your memory. And it's all over TV and radio. Wise that who actually did the affection his studies? four and two. So called memory drug. First thing to be a and that's a great question. The first thing that the aware of his. Who ran the test? In this case, it's a company that makes the drug. And the results of those tests for negative. And so what the company did, they took little tiny subjects they tried to ice right little tiny groups of people. To See if selected groups there might be some effect. And those your sexual but no one considers that to be reliable actionable. Or something that A. Consumer can count on. Trevor Gin to me. Claims it improves memory. It doesn't. It's illegal prevalent to make claims. and. In fact, it's being sued by Truth and advertising. Because of the fact, they make these because what scares people more than developing Alzheimer's or another type of dimension I'm scared my mom had. Me To get. Oh Yeah. I mean look I mean it's a now they have a new state of commercials which employs another terrible terrible thing that is generally considered to be. Unethical they take individual patients who are giving their individual testimonials regarding out provident health them, what a waste of time. Medicine that helps people you're not gonNA know it by one person's example, and in fact, one person who stays at helps them this. Medicine has to show affected this. On a population wide basis and individual testimonies not scientific. Then not supported by the ethics and by data and it's destructive and I find it. In fact, when the commercials and Television which I'm bunching Moi during this pandemic. I just knew it. Because I can't I can't stand watching it because it's so deceptive and it's so appealing to so many people. Cleverly. I'm with people end up in the hospital through the project. She. Well, don't get to something that I said I was GonNa talk to you about earlier, and that's the amazing information in your book of. Last chapter because you have a huge section. Of Publications. which many doctors us and most patients don't know about. which rates best screening tests that provide the most honest and useful information. So. What are some of them and and entourage and? Free. Understand one of them is very much based international charity. The Commonwealth nations. The National Health Service currently during this pandemic is so popular in the Commonwealth basis that people are just praising them. They're they're. Sending in the tributes money neither. I'm healthier the United States the first responders now getting the justifiable praise they deserve. But in Britain and that's health services walk, they have resources that are free. The British medical. Journal Lancet most of their articles are free and the thing not free at least the abstract is free and so you can get a good idea by going to factor saying I read in The Lancet. About diabetes in the first drug to try and why am I getting this was that when that form is the standard of care? Because you see those Zedek commercials, a lot of people see those commercials and say, that's the one I'm GonNa ask for when it's time for maybe get on therapy. When the reality. metformin is the one that most physicians start and has the longest surface track record. So. The Land of British, Medical Journal, even the United. States the Journal of the American. Medical Association Jama just type in Jama and many of the articles were free and all of them have a free abstract. For Complete Freedom of searching and totally free and a one stop shopping site for the MED page today. That's magic page today it's the daily newspaper, your doctor or at least should read. It has headlines if the day. That you guys needs to know and there's also a search. So, you have to do is type in the question or disease, and it'll search archives and come up with the most timely information. unbiased. Your doctors don't respect it. You could make a pretty good into not respecting your doctors. Some people as you buy subscription to journal that like you have. To be a couple of hundred bucks a year, and that's not nothing but it gives you access to about a dozen. Full text articles, educational material videos and things like that. The only way to be part of the equations present yourself to your provider in a way that shows your player. In a way that shows you. The issues in a way that means that not only is it important for a consumer to right excuse me to ask the right questions. Is Important to know the answers before you ask a question and know that this great range of correct answers and so if it was just asking the right question, a physician before provider is your answer. That's not sure decision making. Decision Making is knowing the range of correct answers and working together with your provider to find out the one that's right you and sometimes doing nothing right as many problems. Look for example, if I may just for a moment. During this pandemic. There's no elective care. And, the questions now electric cares then helping dummy people by. The hospitals going broke. And that's because medical care. Is Profitable when providing elective services to the healthy. A lot of elected depends on how you define the lesson to me elected cares dot cancer chemotherapy. Although. It's important to know that in the vast majority of cancers. attack. The therapy wished to have can be conveyed for several days even weeks you search the right answer, but there are other elective procedures, but there's no benefit there's no diagnosis just made. His symptoms to be relieved. There's no longevity. Buying elective care and so during this time when there is no electric care never one. You'RE GONNA find ten fine over these three months four months. And you're gonNA find it hostels US signed you're going broke and we don't want hospitals to go broke and a lot of the elective care may be helpful. But a substantial amount of it isn't in the lesson to be learned is. You reading about the hero doctors on the front lines of and the healthcare for box tried to tear. Primary Care Physicians. They're taking a huge set practices has a shutdown hospitals are firing doctors. Because they're not on the front lines and they're not offering care. and. So it's a very difficult time in your country. Electric care is just it's elected. It's your decision. Is. Usually, plenty of time to make decision based on your reading. So many people and. That's what I think I think that. It should you wonderful Dacian for for every patient and or or? If you're not a patient now for what you might have in the future. And I want to thank you so much Dr Season for being on this story. Day? And where can people get your book? The slippery slope of healthcare? Why bad things happen to healthy patients and how to avoid, and that's what's the most important message that you get in your book how to avoid. Any ongoing Amazon waters target any online bookseller will have the book and the people want to know a little bit more about the book before they actually go online, they can go to the website, which is does frippery slope books dot Com. Especially very slow book Dot Com. He's a pretty good idea of what he entered. You ought to read it to help you do. Carol Marks and conversation was Stephen Kussin MD author of the slippery slope of healthcare. Why bad things happen to healthy patients and how to avoid them continuing now with a touch, it ray the talk show for grownups. Here's Carol marks with information about covid nineteen for senior citizens for summer, tensions were high between was celebrating the restrictions and those fearful. Of Kobe's nineteen be virgins the premium was driven by economics expiration and those eager to resume my semblance of normalcy. Americans are tiptoeing on some cases for. Their way back in the public sphere reshaped by the corona. Virus. She playing out across the country so that reopening movie. fitful divisive and some ways more difficult than closing it down. Business owners suggests grit to reopen near viewers, but their employees are an. Out returning to work to face the growing from. There could be about mask adequate, remain state budget cuts, and local business practices. There's rage and facebook groups on the evening news and street corners and within families and. Certainty there's no government run centralized source of data or Federal Regulations Reporting Corona Virus Test results. And that's certainly hampers our ability to understand. It's Fred and trends in Jaydee just toes in hospital capacity. But there is some encouraging news about the Kovic nine. Virus. Kobe nineteen. Virus patients in Singapore study that was done it was found that you're not infectious after a reverend of getting sick even though some may still tests positive according to a new study then by infectious disease expert in Singapore. And a positive test, they have said just not equate to being infected or viable virus after eleven days. So. Maybe the latest findings will have implications for discharge policy for medical facilities. And another good piece of news always Bhai when I can find them from IBM's newsroom is bringing supercomputers is of the global fight of covert nineteen the collaborating with a White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the US Department of Energy, and they've launched a covert nineteen high performance computing fence him. and. It's going to result in unprecedented amount of computing power in total sixteen systems and they can help researchers everywhere better understand covert nineteen. The high performance computing systems have got to allow researchers to run very large numbers of calculations in eat in. By Auto, in format. And Bachelor Molecular Mosley and these experiments would usually take. Complete years. If we're by hand or month if handled on slower traditional computing platform. So that is a very good thing. And as an example of one of these supercomputers, there was the IBM summit. So most powerful supercomputer on the planet, and it's already a naval researchers at the Fridge Dash Laboratory to screen eight thousand compounds to find those that are most likely to find the name to the main fight protein of the coronavirus, rendering it unable to infect host cells. They were also able to recommend seventy seven promising small. Molecular compound that can now be fair mentally tested and I think that's pretty. Impressive of things that that. Come out of of the work of the of the many companies that are working on this. and. Finally until we talk again on the airwaves about what's going on with our very devastating invisible and meet the COVID nineteen virus. Please stay healthy and faith coming up next touch gray MEG McDonald with the latest installment of Meg. Talked Bernadette dumpings twenty six years as a radio talk show producer in her new book Yuppie days behind the scenes with user Schmoozer boozers and losers. She shares her adventures in the trenches of big time talk radio during the changing backdrop of America's pre and post nine eleven realities. This exciting story includes burnitz impressions of the Quirky Celebrity talk show host Sushi served during her. Career Larry King, Sally, Jesse Raphael Gil Gross Tom, Snyder Lou, Dobbs Charles Osgood, and more. It's full of anecdotes about hundreds of high profile guests from media show business and politics. Also Quirky Ego driven and neurotic Yuppie Days Behind the Scenes Newshour Schmoozer boozers and losers and analytical look at the media journalism and the complex nature of Ego. Get it now at Amazon Dot Com. This is Brad Shepherd whenever you think of social security, do you think of survivors benefits to UC? Social Security is more than retirement social security makes regular monthly payments to the families of workers who I to more than seven million people get survivors benefits from social security including almost two million children benefits the pay for food and clothing medical care and school benefits. You can count on when you're planning your financial future for more information. Go to the SSI website at www dot sa dot gov we live in what is often described as a toxic stew. There's water and air pollution, as well as unhealthy food additives and processing. 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That's eight, five, five, seven, three, O B A C K. Continuing now with a touch of grey that talk show for grownups. Michael. Harrison in the anchor chair time. Now, for the final segment of this hour of our broadcast, I love dogs when you stop and think about the age old relationship between two different species of creature here on earth the dog and human being it's pudding remarkable things. There's a reason for the expression that the dog is. Man's best friend as a matter of fact, dogs and people get along better than people in people here with another magazine is Meg McDonald dogs are great. You'll love them play with them, feed them, take him for a walk and they poop and I'm continually amazed at how many people don't clean up after their dog their attitude is Is this my lawn? No well, then I don't care. I've also noticed other people who see their dog is about to poop and they turn away to look at their phones. So they have plausible deniability I didn't see it. But the most egregious is the WHO does have a bag watches the dog poop bends down and does a pretend pickup I know I've seen this it's such a simple concept. You take the plastic bag, you put it over your hand and you reach down after your dog has Dennis business you pick it up world the bag, make a not and you continue on your walk and while half the people do this. Yeah. Thank you very much. TURNS OUT PEOPLE DON'T WANNA walk around carrying a Vaca poop. So they're looking for the fastest way to get rid of it, which often is at my house studio city is a recycled community and while there are different rules and regulations in different states here, we have a black can for trash. Blue can for recycling and green can for gardens stuff and every Wednesday morning three different garbage trucks come through our neighborhood to empty cans. Well, one Wednesday morning is I'm walking down the stairs to bring the cans back into the garage I. See this British woman who now lives in our neighborhood walking down the street with her Doggie and she puts her poop bag in our green can well, even if she had put it in the black can which is where it would go. The garbage truck has already been by which means I have to store it for a week. I said excuse me please don't do that. She turned around and said, well, there were no public trust towns around. Where do you suggest I put it so I have a beat I thought but I didn't go there I. Stayed Calm and said I suggest you take it with you to your home and put it in your garbage can and she got very haram with me and said and mumbled something under her breath as she walked away. And I thought Wow lady I was very conscious about being courteous and I'm the one who was done wrong. For us to live together better we have to be a whole lot nicer to each other. I'll second that thank you, Meg McDonalds and other installment of meg. If you want to binge listen to meg, you can hear a whole bunch of the more than forty of them posted at www dot talkers live. Calm and that does it for this installment of the touch of Grey Carol marks be back next weekend and certainly do hope that you folks are enjoying a wonderful. Labor Day holiday it's been great to be with you. Thank you to Matthew. Be Harrison our producer on the front line and all our affiliates on behalf of all of us on Michael Harrison in the anchor chair inviting you to join us next weekend right here for another installment of texture gray the talk show for grownups. Do. Gone.
Trusting News. Palatable, Digestible, Repeatable, Regrettable?
"I live in a bubble inside that bubble drop. My shoulders contain depressed. I can find humor and love and rest. I'm creative on productive. And i'm silly. Trust soaks the. Pete under the moss. I'm more of my bubble. I feel it's squished. Between toews the bubble moves with me. I can step outside the bubble. The bubble can subtly pop and explosively vanish indeed. When outside the bubble. I'm a bit or much more tense. I no longer feel that. Trust soap pete between my toes these days i see here and think about trust everywhere odile of trust overlays almost everything as if it's floating on the video of my mind's eye i see it with family. Friends were screens podcasts. News i'm frightened. How low the dial of trust appears most of the time sometimes dial tries to break itself Rotating and i'm a student of people communities leadership health and learning but i'm obsessed with understanding appreciating and strengthening trust. Oh goodness joy. I didn't plan this introduction. We met or when we recorded this per preface just appear my friend and coach jan oldenburg introduced to joy mayor when i told john about are safe living in a pandemic initiative as my obsession with trust first bloomed we sought expertise entrusting media media. Were regular people seek answers to their questions about safe. Living joy mayor is the director of trusting news a project that examines perceptions of news and trains journalists transparency and engagement strategies. That work follows a twenty year career and means rooms and teaching. She is an adjunct faculty member at the poynter institute and spent twelve years teaching at the missouri school of journalism as joy says at the end of our chat. I think those of us who are asking these questions about trust. My words across different industries can learn a lot from each welcome to health hats. The podcast i'm dan lewis a two legged sis. Gender all white man of privilege who knows a little about a lot of health care and a lot about very little we will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus healthcare. Let's make some sense of all of this joy. Thank you so much for joining me. I really appreciate it. I really like your work. This whole topic trust is just never ending isn't it. Yeah it's complex and sticky and gad difficult to peel apart for sure and therefore super challenging and a lot of job security for people who study it. There's just so much to look at there. Is what is trusting news trusting. These is a project that started quite small. Actually based on my curiosity and desire to learn more about how people decide what needs to trust. I had worked for a while teaching at the missouri. School of journalism and working in student staffed newsroom there and the field in journalism. We call what. I was doing community engagement or audience engagement but basically work was involved a lot of talking to consumers and being the face of newsroom and standing what they thought about our work and for mission driven responsible ethical journalism where the journalists themselves as really performing public service. We should care deeply about who we aim to serve and wetter. We're actually doing it. And what they think about our work into that was my job keeping the focus of the news squarely on the people. We aim to serve and being responsive to their feedback. I was realizing more and more that for for too many people. There was a basic level of distrusted prevented them from accessing will doing finding a credible. And so when i was leaving my job teaching there i thought i really want to understand more about what trustee can is and what journalists can do about it. How could we empower journalists to take steps. Turn trust and so what started as part time. Small research project has developed into a bigger program. Is that your your business now. I mean it's nonprofit but yeah that's my full time job there. There are three of us on staff. And we trainees newsrooms and work with newsrooms individually on how to demonstrate credibility and actively earn. Trust so your audience our journalists. And i think you said at one point teachers. Yup yup. We are a supply-side organizations. Not a demand side so we definitely work with and learn from people who work on. News literacy in media literacy more generally but our audience is not the general public We help journalists trade their audiences to be better news consumers but we are not direct to public operation. We are audiences journalists okay. I was listening to. What was it this morning. Some podcast and somebody was going on about. That just isn't true. Nobody thinks that. And i'm thinking what do you mean by. Does that mean you like did a study. And it wasn't like wasn't like ninety five percent so it could be provable. Or what do you mean bell talking about. Nobody and maybe nobody is seventy five percent and it was just anyway. I thought okay. This is good that i'm talking to you. Where're you and i met was in this safe living in a pandemic initiative i will say our end user a regular people trying to live safely in a pandemic but like you. They're not really our audience because it's just too big of an audience and so more were about people who are trusted by regular people and whether they're professionals or not it's those people that are audience but as we started trying to think about this issue of trust we quickly realized there was no way we were going to be a good housekeeping seal of approval for anything the variation in what people trust is just to monster. We didn't have the money the band with the interest and but we did come up with that. Trust occurs in a context for people so very simply their trust may be about their circumstances their personal histories their culture and then we started getting things about like their attitude towards personal rights and community responsibility. That's a continuum and it depends where people live on nat that the their risk tolerance so varies that their comfort with uncertainty and the strength of their critical thinking. But in a way. That isn't trust. it's just like about trust or the world that trust lives in. Does that resonate with you does that. How does that figure in your work all of that resonates because the news landscape is very complicated and people can get information from so many sources and the individuals sort of metrics. We us to decide what is credible. That's very personal and We place emphasis on different factors and some of us think about that a lot and some of us. Don't think about it at all. I'm amazed sometimes by the lack of attention. People pay to wear the spending that trust. I think it's useful to think of it as for budget. Everybody trusts something and you can spend it haphazardly. Spend your trust haphazardly. Inaugural given thought to it or you can have a care plan. Math out plan and everyone has to decide what to trust but simple. It's by default comes at people. They decided it's true or they make a quick judgment about a whole brand or a whole source of information or a friend that they think thinks like them decide to trust everything from that friend. All of that is true. And it's very complicated and one thing that we talk about a lot in our work is one really simple way to look at. Trust is the difference between effective trust and cognitive trust. So people who deal with facts like cognitive trust. That means. here's the list of why you can trust us here. Our sources here is our professional credibility. Here we're going to overwhelm you with information and give you the reasons you can trust us but none of that makes any sense unless you have effective trust which is do i feel a connection to you. Do i think you have integrity and ethics. Are you on my side or my team. Do i think you're a good person or a reputable organization that sort of affinity level of trust. And so i that what we try to peel apart. Trust and just looking at your sort of list of what people bring that people will have different values that they bring to their decisions and a lot of it has not articulated and not something. You can really talk. People out goes. I think is best work entrust like to think. Just talk enough about credibility that we will be persuasive. And that's just not the case so the word you used was effective as opposed to effective okay. Effective is interesting. The talking people out of changing people's minds about trust about something first of all. I'm terrible at it and i've never i don't like conflict. I'm not the guy to try to talk you out anything. Yeah but people try to talk me out of stuff absolutely and so. I think it's really important to look at trust spectra because some people are not persuadable. Some people are convinced that there's a microchip in the vaccine or that that everything if it's appears in the washington post of must be invented and or driven by a political agenda and nothing will never trust anything that comes from them. So if you are in fact committed your mistrust than you're not the focus of my work. We may get there eventually. But for now i think there are a lot of people who either make decisions very casually. Think about it very much. Who genuinely want to consume information responsibly. Arched or where to trust. Who are overwhelmed. All of my friends and family who email me and say joy is this true. Can you check this from me year. Is this an okay source of they wanna know but it's it can be genuinely quite difficult to tell what the source of information hasn't whether it's credible so if your audience is journalists and teachers and their audience is consumers how for those people who are susceptible to learning more about trust and their self awareness of how they trust. What are the guide posts of that. Our work is based on a foundation of transparency and engagement so transparency is how do you pull back the curtain on your vacations and your processes and your decision making it away that builds credibility and engagement is. How do you join conversations about your work to offer counter narrative about all that starts with understanding audience feedback and mis perceptions in this assumption. So you notice that your audience thinks that you make decisions based on money that obviously you must cover stories that will make you a bunch of money. You're gonna sensationalized stories in had newsrooms korean from people saying you're sensationalizing the pandemic because it drives ratings will what is your counter narrative. So news director comes back with a message that says actually the local business market is really struggling because of kobe. Bad affects our advertising and our income down this month so we don't have a financial incentive to a counter narrative that is educating people. How you operate so we talk about. What is it people. Think about your work. And what do you wish they knew about your work. And how do you. How do you take time and build into your process journalists. What it means to tell that story. You have ethics out. Interesting is your ethics policy published. What does it cover. And how do you draw attention to it. You link to it from stories where you reference it. Do you talk about it on air. Do you put it in your email newsletters or do you hope that buried on your website somewhere that people find it and take the time to consume it and understand how it relates your day to day decisions which is like a microscopic number of people right either. The people who love you hate you probably not busy people just wondering how to decide what you when they get their facebook feed and your headline. Is there whether it's reputable this business of self awareness like that to me. I don't know why but that really hooks me first of all in away self awareness. It's just it's about listening and this case to yourself and when you're talking about this news manager that's somebody who's listening to the consumers of news right. That's hard to do you're busy. Yeah and energy that particular means director actually and about how he makes time for engagement and he says basically that he doesn't understand why he would be in business if he didn't make time for it and that sunday's that's mostly what he does. That is if you want. Stay in business. Isn't it worth your time to defend your reputation. The news the local news businesses not in great financial shape. They need to be worried about keeping audience. Not losing it and if you're losing audience because of some basic misperceptions people don't know why there would be a paywall on these sites. People will leave comments saying you're so greedy doesn't advertising pay the bills. Why do you. Why can't why are you even sharing the story if i can't read it. Do you have a counter. narrative about what percentage of your budget comes from community support. Why you rely on. And how many local people employ. What would happen if you didn't do it. The fact that people get five free articles among free so they must care about local news. If they've reached the paywall right all these things you can say in responding and so you can either see the conversation to your critics and let them attack your integrity in the comments on your hosting you can see it to your credit or you can show up with a counter narrative and be part of the conversation. Correct the record. Don't let them have the last word about your integrity. Another thing that that was important to me in my development in terms of understanding was that there was a difference between factual and trustworthy. And since i'm involved a lot in the research community i realized that there's very little that's factual compared to commentary. What does what do the facts mean. There's more of it. There's more about what what do the numbers what does the with. Somebody is laying out is a fat. What does it mean. What's their interpretation of it. There are people who don't trust facts by sodium. Is this level on my phone. Sodium one hundred thirty eight okay. But that by itself doesn't really mean anything to me. It's zedek good number a bad number. So then that's pinon that's interpretation but so how does that fit in this trying to manage it sometimes interpretation or opinion and it's sometimes just context like four people of your age weight or whatever it and otherwise other health conditions. Let's put that sodium number in context. It's not your doctor in helping you interpret. That is not just issuing an opinion about whether it's good or bad. She is trying to help you understand where it fits in what it might mean so same things. To in journalism. There are lots of ways to lie with facts so lots of ways to say here is how many people are coming across the border and let people draw conclusions that if they lack the knowledge to say. Oh there's always a search this time of year or that was because of this. Bill signed by this administration or something then. It can be irresponsible to put information out if people might draw their conclusion and putting it choosing how to put it into context is absolutely matter judgments. i think it might be oversimplifying. Say it's a matter of a. I think that whether you have a goal of informing people persuading people as the real difference. Every journalist has their own expertise their own perspective on the world. And there's no way to separate us from who we are as human beings and so absolutely you're getting something of people's humanity as they make decisions what to cover and how to cover it. But i do think. There's a difference between contextualising information and opining on it with the goal of persuading people to think a certain way that makes sense. Yeah with the sodium. it could be. What was it yesterday or last year. And what is it now. So it's a difference. It's not just a point in time it could be a continuum and so then it's means something different when you look at where it's headed or the direction it's going or whatever so your doctor just extend the analogy if she wants you to really walk away from that interaction having learned something. She's going to anticipate ask you questions. Enough know what assumptions you might jump to about sodium number. She might be thinking. We'll test it again next year because it's never been high before it's probably no big deal and you could walk away going. Oh my gosh. i'm going to die. My name is high. And that's where that by adding that context is really important. Word about our sponsor. Abridge us abridge to record your doctor visit. Push the big pink button and record the conversation. Read the transcript or listen to clips when you get home. Check out the app at a bridge dot com eight. Gb are high d. g. e. dot com or download it on the apple app store or google. Play store record your healthcare conversations. Let me know how it went as consumers of information even though. I'm i'm up to my eyeballs in this stuff. I don't necessarily feel that. I am really good at deciding whether something is trustworthy. I have certain people that i follow. Because i believe them and they've not let me down. They've shown you in the past. They've earned her trust in the past by right things that make sense to you or that are consistent with how you see things or that scene. Well researched whatever your personal. That's just being efficient to sail. If i've decided now to trust them i don't have to assess them every time the i've made this decision. Yeah but then. I think like in my relationship with my wife who i've been with forty six seven years. She almost always right. It's just the way it is she. It's not one hundred percent. And so i still have to think in this particular circumstance is she right in. And that's somebody. I really trust so having his trust her integrity than if she weren't right she with acknowledge it. Yes absolutely okay okay. That's a that's an important distinction. Isn't it yet this political thing of like it's week to change. That is like beyond bizarre. Two but a lot of people just aren't some of that is information literacy in general like just understanding how it works right. You told me this last month and now you're telling me this yes we've learned things. Bright findings have evolved. Yeah and some people claim that journalists for that to say. You're not being skeptical enough. You're leading s the wrong information. I trust people less who aren't willing to admit change right. That is one way to look at the world's yes the world that way. What's that not everyone looks at all. That's the way i look at it. Okay in this project we. We started thinking about a trust label and we took the model of a nutrition label so nutrition label the sodium the calories the whatever that there's facts that are on the nutrition label but it doesn't say the food tastes good or is healthy for you and you have to draw your own conclusion based on that and we like that model and start thinking about if what we're trying to do is increase people's self awareness about trust. Could we design a trust label and we came up with really simple things like can i read it. Is that a medium. That's comfortable for me. Like i'm a podcast her but i have people who follow me who our readers so i do both the podcast and article. Great transcript so people who are readers can read like we talked about who wrote it or who spoke and that helps and do they have a vested. Interest is their research behind it and sometimes i think that's really exciting like we were trying to evolve this trust label with the idea that this could be crowd. Sourced like wikipedia on the other hand. Seems like nothing. And i know that my partner in crime laura l. says. Do you know how long it took to do. A nutrition label that was twenty year thirty year process. We're on your one of trying to do something like this if you were trying to do a trust label like what would you put on it. That would help. People be a little bit more self aware to help them think about trustworthiness. Such a it's such an interesting question and aknowledging the complexity of it off the bat and the imperfect nature of any solution is really important. There's an interesting efforts within journalism to media bias charts or ratings of news brands. That have a lot of research behind that. I think are really useful in terms of plotting certain news brands on a spectrum and helping people understand. Just make some basic decisions about what to trust. I think it's i think it's useful. The challenge is that there are so many variables and musicians are complex and there's a real place for journalism versus news and you're going to cover science differently than you cover sports. I think that assessing brands is different than assessing individual products. Individual stories even send a lot of authors are independent so if you have a newsletter. I really like how i decide. Whether that's trustworthy or credible have the shortcut. They're trusting brand so it's complicated. I was looking it at what you sent me. In terms of the nutrition label. There are some pieces that really stuck out to me as being especially relevant for my work. I think that the question of do they have a vested interest. Really jumped out for me. Who paid for this or or what interest is behind it. What sort of influences might be behind it because that is probably the most common pushback of news. These days is that it's driven by a political agenda or a financial agenda corporate agenda. And therefore i don't trust any of it or i don't trust this brand because of who owns them or something and what's interesting. Journalists are very skeptical of that the question a follow. The money is something you learn early internals in school. So who paid for this research and let's make sure we interview. Somebody who who didn't benefit financially from the research has recessive. whether it's credible what the inactive so it is reasonable as a consumer of information to say who is behind it and in my field. There's just a lot to pick apart there in terms of the funding of it journalist on talk much about where the money comes from and it's valid and important to ask questions about that in terms of the mission our motivation. What is the goal of that organization. What is the goal of this piece. Do i understand whether it is designed to inform me a persuading. Do i understand who the audiences for this publication who. They're talking to you whether i fit into. It is an independence from faction of any kind behind. The work is there. Is that sort of a statement of values that is there. That's a really interesting one to me. That i think goes across a lot of misperceptions of journalism. This question. who signed it. I think what. I just heard you say that is missing from our label is. How does the peace advertise itself does not the right words but are they calling it an opinion piece or a factual piece or a story or the that problem. But i can't. I'm so frustrated that as an industry we are still allowing there to be so much confusion. And sometimes it's a big problem. Baked into a whole product like cable news. I can't tell when. I turn on the tv if somebody talking. Page to share their opinion or sort of analyze commentate whether they're doing straight ahead reporting whether someone's even like a paid staff member or a source sometimes. It's very hard to tell the eight people around the table. And i don't know what i'm listening to versus an opinion column written for a newspaper but and it might be labeled on the website as opinion but when you pasted on facebook word opinion doesn't appear anywhere and also seized going by in their feet. Is this story with this brand. And the headline is written in a way. That's clearly designed to provoke her or persuade something but that labeling doesn't translate to all the different technical platforms so we are allowing way too much confusion in terms of just the package we put news in and whether people know what it's designed to be because some people share opinions on purpose one newsroom. We are working with dick community. Why the survey and somebody wrote in and said you need to fire your restaurant reviewer. She's way too biased. Because they didn't understand that of course. The person reviewing restaurants is paid to share her opinion about the restaurants nuts. Part of media literacy in my world is what is this. Is this doing what sets out to do. And as being honest in its approach trying to make complicated things simpler is a bit and think about. I'm not a journalist. I'm a podcast her. And but it's a mix of these are my opinions by try to put sources in las vegas to more information. But you don't know. I don't know how people take what i say. I just think i'm a little danie van lewin and i've a big mouth. Yeah you know and a lot of energy. You can't control people do what you say but you can be aware of how you might be misunderstood or whether you might be accessible. So how does a journalist do that. Some of it is dependent on the brand level relationships. Why do people tune in to this podcast or this tv station. What are they looking for. Are they in a hurry. Are they watching something while they cook dinner. Do they listen to this. Because it's an in-depth take on complicated topics. When note that i made with your question of can i read. It isn't accessible to me. I was also thinking visit. Assume a level of knowledge. That i don't have people are very turned off from news sometimes because journalists often right for other nerds and of a story today about the big transportation infrastructure bill making its way through congress is going to assume all that i've been following it closely so i may want that and may be dying for the update of what happened in committee since yesterday or i might be saying. What's that big thing happening in congress right now i'm not paying attention to and i might just want somebody to say. Here's what biden proposed. Here's this is following up from a campaign promise. Here's a top bullet-point. So that i don't feel stupid at work when somebody mentions it so i think people have different relationships sources of information but a basic level of accessibility. Is this meeting me. Where i am on this issue brute and it may or may not that is not really the whether it's trustworthy or not it's it is whether it's relevant this is where trust means so many different things. Do i feel a connection to do. I trust it. Some people might mean by that. Is it useful. It's not useful to me if i don't understand it or if it's only repeating things already now so what should we talked about that. We haven't. I think that my work is really based on the relentless understanding of and focus on the user experience and. I think that there's a lot that we do thinking. Were earning trust. That is not actually helpful. That performative like if an complicated story. I would like to explain why. I trusted the stories. Involved the sources involved in this story and why hosted the story. But i answer those questions in a really boring video that it takes eight minutes to watch. That's not helping anything. He's only. your mom is going to watch that video or you have to be aware of how people are finding. Everyone is searching your website for piece of information and you did a story but it had totally the headline on it and be your search engine optimization. All wrong and people are landing on a story from last year at this time when they were asking a similar question. And there's nothing on that story that makes it obvious enough that it's an old story. Said you might think we did our job. That's just on them if they find the old story. There's just a lot that gets in the way of trust this hairless on our part as information providers and so i think that question of i guess i just. What would put a bow on this by saying that for me. Trust work has to begin by identifying the obstacles to trust what gets in the way of people finding credible and that is going to be different if your cable news or a weekly community newspaper. It's going to be different depending on whether you have a tight geographic focus or you cover a niche topic for the world and it's really about just a deep understanding of what people are looking for from you. And what you what they do. Don't about you and what you want them to know about you. And so there aren't a lot of cookie cutter solutions but the concepts of what do you value as an organization at what value you provide being clear on those things so that you as as a as you're building a relationship that's what trust is is. You're building a relationship. What is it based on. What sort of shared understanding values is based on. That's going to be different for different organizations. That's profound the. Chew on that. Self senator guy and i just play everything to myself. I do. yeah. I think about one of the things that i do. In my my intro to my podcast. As opposed to the intro to an episode is by just have that on the two legged six general white man of privilege to set the context. That where i'm coming from. So that in ten words or whatever that is five laid out something. And i wear all these hats that by have by different experiences to try to give context for whatever tumbles out of my mouth or my channel or my whatever. That's an important part of trust. I think one challenge is that some basic values of news Can seem outdated in as news. Because plenty of people will say that they. They prefer to get their news on youtube. And they wanna who's talking to them when they want to be able to see that and they're building a connection and don person may be as honest about where they're coming front. We'll see in the research about news consumers that somebody saying i get my information christian radio because at least i know where they're coming from. I don't mind. They have a bias in a world view their honest about it and so the sense that people know that journalists are human beings and we bring our worldview with us to the job. That's just there's really no way around that. They're professional standards and practices that keep each other accountable and where we learned to set that aside in filling the gaps of our own perception and understanding. But we're still human beings. And so i think that honesty and transparency about who we are and where we're coming is key anything you wanna ask me. I think that i would like to know if what that i have said. Does not make sense in your world. What have i said about trust. That is different than how you would interpret. And you're like said already. I think it's the dimension of transparency that you brought out that i hadn't thought about. Is this an opinion is this. Am i reporting. Some history am i. What is this. I know that in my work. When i had part of my career words i was director. Vp equality management and health. Care and. often. I would say to my staff or i would ask them or i would preface what. I said that this is great. This is great. be. This is grace zi. I have no idea what grade this is trying to give some context about what we know and so i think i had a sense of that but i don't know that i think about that went. I'm listening or reading. Obviously when i was telling you at the beginning of out that somebody said that there was zero something minute that was bs that just made no alec right. It was just like ridiculous. Like how could that be and if someone values precision then that made you question the credibility of the overall product. Yes maybe that's another part. It's another part of what you said. That intrigues me. Is you can fall off the cliff. Ups trust when somebody made a mistake. They just made a mistake. And then all of a sudden you don't trust him anymore. wow so that's valid. Sometimes a design of a much bigger problem or sloppy work in general. It's like someone transposed to letters when spelling your neighbors kids name in the sports section five years ago and you decided they must just do sloppy in general. Yeah it's that is one criteria and value on different things. I think this this increasing awareness about trust is really honorable work. I'm really glad you're doing it. I enjoy actually. I can handle it in small doses because it really. I feel like every time. I get into something if i was going to say it's a rabbit hole. It's too dramatic but it it just lays bare complexity and it's ideal there's enough complexity so it is important to take complex topics and make them digestible. So i guess that's partly what you're trying to do is give people things to hang onto and think about that you're right there's a lot to know and understand there is i follow aaron carroll. He's a physician at the university of indiana. He does some great where it. What's oh my goodness. I forget the name of it. I'm going to have to edit in the name. So that i recognize them. Okay i remember. Aaron carroll has a podcast. A youtube channel called healthcare triage. i'll included in the show notes. I trust them because he really tries to break down the complex and he'll say how much how confident he is of something or that it's evolving or this before and it isn't i don't think this anymore. That's that's that's what we were saying earlier about. Valuing the idea that information could change or that not all is known and for some people that hinders trust. Because like you don't even know what you're talking about and for other people the acknowledgement that there is something not known or the. This story isn't answering all the questions or that. Something more complex than you can explain in this format or whenever some for some people that that level of transparency builds trust. Yeah thank you. This is great. I really appreciate you taking the time conversation. And i think those of us who are asking these questions across different industries can learn a lot from each other. Yeah yeah good all right. I'm sure our paths will cross again. I have sat thank you. I loved that we circled back to the metaphor of trust as digestible. I think a lot about a nutrition label trust. I probably won't live long enough to see that. Developed tried tested and used. There's so much tension trust the tension of people's bubbles against each other as an affect of versus cognitive trust connection versus watching persuadable or cast in stone fax context and opinion. Can we live with what we see when we learn how the sausage of trust is made as a change agent. I subscribe to demings theory of profound understand to me. It means understanding as much as you can about organizations and its people and processes and then work on change. Do i really wanna provide. Do i really want a profound understanding of the trust. Mike hose squish in. Can't i just enjoy it. Thanks to kayla nelson web in social media coach. And joey van lewin musician and arranger notes previous podcasts and other resources through my website. Www dot health dash hats dot com. Please subscribe and contribute. If you like it share it. Thanks see around the block.
162 - The right of redemption - Pr Jock Duncan
"Took what the bobble Costa Right of redemption. We'll have sighing willing and able we look at that site right just deciding you. Now Nasa Saadi people being willing and able and I WANNA start off with the thought that when we use the word redeem redemption. It's usually something where we've already got connection with. What would redeeming? And when God redeem this all out of the region will go ahead and connection with the children of his saw any redeemed them out of the land of bondage mice. Common use redeem outside of Christianity is is if you take something to a pawnshop and year short of money and the Braga highly gives you a bit of money and gives you a set period of the time that if you don't come back redeem your goods and paying back the money plus interest within six weeks or come in different contest uh-huh uh-huh than he will flog it your mic a lot. More money than what he got you. Have you got back in you get it. You have redeemed your possession. That's sort of Miami way. We would use the word that in Christianity who use it all the time because of Jesus Christ coming through the mass. Look at that a little bit lighter I wanNa have a look at From the book of Race just before for Samuel just after the judges we have the book of Royce. And we're thinking about this right of redemption. And it's really comes up big time in this little story and just pick it up a little bit. We're Niamey Kinda realized that Ruth had been gleaning in the field of Barra's once you heard that he's high he's is my kinsman and the head this system where he could Gain their the freedom and the and and be a blessing. Listen under them. And we know the story as an all traditions of a funny one in our modern society but if she was Gonna lie at his feet and she he was in the relativity. Saints Kinsman through the bank at either that would that means that I would redeem that person in this case because ruth was not of the children of Israel. She was more by this. Mysore have had that she lifter after on family and our own gods and she took on the God of his saw and the god of Niamey and she was spectacular person. But it just pick up a little bit where she went to do what her mother-in-law told her to do and of course we just see her great attitude in chapter the three in this five and she said under her. That's me on the other way around where he sounded. I me all the size something I will do. What's she went down under the floor the threshing floor and did according to all of the mother in Law Biden win bars at eaten and drunk down some keep reading and he's married? He went to law down at the end of the heap of corn and she came suffering and uncovered his feet and later down down. You kind of positivity that the man was afraid or startled at system I call him. He turned himself and behold a woman ladies feats and he said who out there and she said I'm ruth on hand might spread therefore scared either line hand night and then she said for Thou Art Aena Kinsman and he said blessed by the Lord my daughter that has showed me mock Honda's in the lateran that in the beginning it as much as the fall is not the young men with a polo rich and now my daughter fee and not know due to the all it requires role. The city of my people know that there are virtuous woman and that is true that I am not kinsman. How did there's a kinsman near than than I tear this not as you'll be in the morning that that if he will perform unto the part of a kinsman well let him do the kinsman spots but if you will not do that part of the kinsman and then will I do the part of the kinsman today as the load lie down until the morning so heavy this little little story and what we get from it? He's that you had the rights to redeem. Oh you didn't willing and able you can be as willing as you like as a way to redeem a situation of you've got no right to it no matter how willing you are you have gotten I climb on it and can be the other way round too. You'd have the right to do it. And we see that in the next chapter. But you're not willing to to do it. So you're you're able to do it but you're not willing to do it. And that some chapter four and then this one then when bars went boroughs up to the gate and set him down there behold the Kings Levin buys spike none of whom he said hose. I like that. Turn aside sit down here and he turned aside and he sat down. They knew each other because they were related. He took ten minutes the owners of the city and said sit it down here a nice set. Down under the kinsman ninety that is calm again out of the country of Mauve settled apostle of land which was zab brother. Elimelech thought to advertise you. Bring it to you. Notice signed by for the for the inhabitants before the owner of my people if that will redeem it redeem it but if there were not redeem it then tell me that I may Ni- there is none to demand side. They and I'm after the hour redeem it so when it was just getting in Austin maybe not paying much money or whatever he was all for. y'All I don't have that. Thank you very much. Then there was a condition. Wasn't there then he said in verse five Vincent Vase. What di- their boss Afield at the hand of ninety the must buy it all side of Ruzimatov Isis? The wife did to rise up the nine hundred upon his inheritance conceal Law and the Kinsman said I cannot redeem it for myself list on my mind inheritance redeemed their my right to itself Redeeming his case. He was able to do it but he wasn't willing to do that reasons why he didn't want to. We don't quite know exactly. Maybe was just as simple as he said maybe it was the fact that she was a mile bodice and multiple not to Kane on this and who knows we right now but he got out of it and said I am either good. It is my rights. But I don't want to do it. And so then boas comes in the Kinsman Kinsman said I cannot redeem for myself riddle seven now this was the man us Informa- Tom in Israel concerning redeeming concerning changing. But it confirm or things a man of his shoes and he guided to his Niagara and this was a testament in there for the Kingston centered. Avaz vied vied for the drew off his shoes and both said under the Oda Zenit all the people yeah witnesses that are got all those Olympics and Chileans on the two sons of the hand of Niamey Moreover Reuther Marabout as the wife of the mile on my long mm-hmm have I purchased to be my wife to rise up the name of the dead upon his inheritance the name of the not cut off from among his brethren spliced Yeeha witnesses these and all the people there in the guy the owner said where witnesses the Lord Woman that has come into von House like Rachel ritual and like Leah with which to build. The House is our be that worthy of in Africa and be famous awesome Bethlehem and let the house the House of fires whom Tom a beer bear on Judah and other I see was the Lord. She'll get the of this young woman. There's a lot more to rebuild. What is the mind story of course? Is this the whole reason. Other than the one of Sorry Ruth and her conversion of can use that word we have of course the fact that she is in the in the blood lawn not in the blood. Line that in the in the inheritance evidence in the family tree would differ. Why of Jesus crossing in King David? This I is now. These are the generations of virus. Fires forget his on his room. Bhagat Ram and Ram Beget The minute that beget not not Sean Nash. Russia begets Salman. Some beget the guy with Talkin about Vyas Buzz forget obeyed and I bet begat Jesse and Jesse the David because so very sort of important part of the story and what we get out of does the state is three things you gotta right to redeem. Its but then are you willing to redeem us. We haven't got the right to rename it as the city can be as willing as you like but you got. You'll never be able to do it because he got the right to do it. And if you got the right to do it then are you willing and we see the Boaz low as was another little story on it before we tended one. Let's have a good shooter on Chapter Seven in the Old Testament Law Journal me chapter up to seven Scots relationship with the children of Israel. Just one verse here Huger later on a similar site where the loads is because the Lord loved you because he would keep the ice which he sworn under your father's has the logo Goto out with a mighty hand and redeemed you out of the house of bone man from the hand of Pharaoh. King of Egypt again he had the right to do. That's because of the promises though. Under Abraham Isaac and Jacob Because of God's covenant with the forebears of the children of Israel he had a right to redeem them. When I ended up involved in the did anything wrong particularly often people end up in inventory when the do something wrong is all had not done they just gone to live in the land of Egypt? But it'd be got into bondage. God came down through Moses and he redeemed them both them back and brought them into the poem. The slain elaine. This other Guy Jeremiah. Chapter one verse one interesting little part of the law of Jeremiah. All of these things always have significance. -nificant nine little story. The one we just rented ruthin virus ninety always has meaning behind it just a little establishing a little bit of the family tree of Jeremiah Jeremiah. One this one and the words of Jeremiah. The the son of his car of the priests that were in. NFL in the land of Benjamin mother is a little bit of confusion. Sometimes Jeremiah's related to to the king of Judah because there is another Jeremiah is not the same Jerem actually quite a few Jeremiah's people sometimes site that he was I saw his uncle summing. Now he wasn't has he was of the tribe of Judah and Jeremiah. This Jeremiah is lever. He's at the top of. He's he's of the priesthood. That's a different. It's studied that people get things model so they way on of the priests and he was an. NFL said it's potent born coins. Important Point established gotTa Chapter Eleven Jeremiah. Chapter Eleven just twenty one days this therefore the Lord of the men of NFL seek thought. Life signed prophesy not in the name of the Lord that dying not by the hands this. We've all got relatives that don't like use not quite as bad as that's and I didn't like him prophesying. Aw reminds me of Jesus when he was up in in Nassar is what is up in Nazareth and his brother's others guy name before they got converted. Got Under Judah. We don't you know we don't really believe in you and embarrassed by Jesus Christ lighter later on prices a little bit converted and he we sort of see the family of Jeremiah. Zang dot come up via prophesying to us. Go Y you somehow much come to you. He going prophesying this twenty. Therefore thus saith the Lord of host of the whole all punish them the young men showed up by the sewed the sons and their daughters show dog by famine. This show be no rendering of them for I will bring evil upon the men of NFL. Even the year the visitation tation which goes happened Kind down next chapter chapter toil just a couple of verses six for even though my brethren will you brothers and the House of my father even though I have dealt treacherously with the yard. I've called a multitude after the believe them. Not that I speak fair words under the so. You've gotta read between the lines here. Little bit for some reason the now they sort of wanted to know because they become famous idaho now but he said. Don't be deceived by this week. Talk they still don't like you and I was still yarmuth behalf. They have the slightest chance that'd be taken in by them diverse seven. I'll have I'll have this Jeremiah. told him that he's I'm people I I have for Sake and mine house. I have left one heritage of given the dearly beloved of my soul out of a hand of our enemies as a bit of a hard thing Gra era. Sort of talk about it and confessed to these people are designed him in God said look they got a few fans speeches. Nothing's changed I still. They were before Jeremey says well not my family anymore. I mean sometimes even knew the little nothing ever wish any harm upon their friends friends or relatives or song. But when you come to the load it can be like this. All the people said. Let's see and I went I kind of the Lord I'm very lucky. My immediate family kind to the little mom and dad much brothers to this day and love my relatives. Will the parents brothers sisters in song grandparents were all vehemently oppose a about what we had done. Just cut us. Aw really never had a good side at us and did a little bit. Maybe a little bit of boggling much. We've the new family. Were excited. Five happy to be with their brothers and sisters little to believe the sign sign zone with a minded some of the rallies accountable but they never did and we just moved on very happily in the load chapter thirty two talking about that family. A little little incident happens here. Maybe a bit lighter so Jeremiah. Thirty two verse. One County jail remark from from the Lord and the Tenth Year. Zakhar King of Judah. Now we know this is only one year before all the destruction happened because it happened in the eleventh year era of the last king of Judah there's any few months for new beginnings it comes down. An extra appears at the city of Jerusalem was is already in siege Zorzi surrounded. That hadn't fallen fell the next year. which was the I think he of Nebuchadnezzar for then the King Your Babylon's army besieged Jerusalem Jurors Jeremiah? The Prophet was shut up in the court of the prison which is in the king of Jesus House visit a car. King of Judah Geeta shut him up with their prophecies like his family. Doesn't say fellow bulbs I'll give the city into the hand you king of Babylon wrong. And he should consider caulking. GEETA shall not escape the hand of the Caldeans but show surely be delivered into the hand King of Babylon Abalon. She'll speak And show speak with mouth-to-mouth these. Aw Shell hold his his is electrified. We didn't have any is Zedek. I didn't the beginning of the punishment pretty gory. So the thing happening. And he shall lead Sitter Card Oughta Babylon they lead me. Otherwise you'll be blind every exactly what happened. And they should be and there shall shall he be until a visiting several effect with the cow dingy shall not prospering Jeremiah. With in Jeremiah said the widow academy saying behold. He's the family bobbed up again. Hamill the son of Shalom. The Ankle shall come unto these signed nine by the my field that is an NFL for the right of redemption onto bites. The story doesn't so Hamill Henna meal mine ankle sunny with his cousins and easy website. It kind of in the court of the prison according to the word of the Lord and said to me by my pride hi the that is an NFL of which is in the country. Benjamin who the right of inheritance is gone and then she is on by it for the sill. Then then on you that this was the word of the load would you buy a block of land which is any walking distance from Jerusalem. When you knew all lot was going to guide to the Babylonians sounds like somebody saying I want to sell this property Found out that he's got a folk lawn right through the middle of it. But I'm not gonNa tell Elliot that would you like to buy it and then if you found out of the never fault line Rothfield Sinbad Museum row through the middle of it. Would you buy so you think. Well this guy's trying to Shanke. He's trying to sell me the family farm property when I got to the Babylonian Mighty Eddie already occupied. But he says I can see. This is the load versed and on the field of Hannah on my uncle. Son Was Anna thought doc in widening the money even seventeen shekels of silver and I subscribed the evidence and sealed and took the witness. I like record like meeting is I used to be a licensed Land Bronco and you said the legal part of realize convinces dies when I read through this sort a lot. Mild occupation illegal son so I took the evidence of the purchase. According to the law and custom that which was was I open I gave the evidence of the purchase on the Baruch the son of neurons the son of that guy and the people in the side of my cousin and in the presence presence of the witnesses that subscribed the book of the purchase Sedivy two toddlers. We'd cited I before all the Jews is set in the court of the prison and I charged brock before sign. That's a lot of highs gotta take these evidences and this evidence of the purchase by which is sealed and this evidence which is open and put them in the vessel. They might continue many days. But that's a lot of the god of Israel houses and fields and vineyards Josh Shelby possessed again in. This land is much more on the story but what was is that it was I sort of a guarantee the one day right Jeremiah. Himself the journalists are we come back and I would possess the land so where is it looked like a crazy deal cost in seventeen shetlands we not in the Volvo semi represents a security it represents safety and never chance has. He's got a number like that. This was the safety insecurity for the future of Israel Jeremiah. Himself had bought a block of lane which himself would never ever see or even inherit. He bought it for the children. This house is quite an amazing prophecy. But again we just see there that he had the right of redemption. Now that he has had it he had he purchased it any person for the children of Israel now on a token that the guard really WanNa talk about another close as the Lord Jesus Christ Festival Psalm. One hundred eleven redesign. This one. Praise the Lord Hallelujah Lia would be in Hebrew praise the Lord of my whole Heart in the assembly of the opera in the congregation the works of the Lord a great sort out of all them that have pleasure there in his work is honorable and Glorious and his righteousness injure forever. He has made his wonderful for works to be remembered. Lord is gracious and full of compassion. Have Given me unto them the fee him he will ever be mindful of of his covenant. Covenant he has shared his people the power these works that he might give them the heritage of the heathen works of his hands of early early and verity sorry and judgment which means truth in Jackson. All these commandments are sure by staying fast forever. And ever an dining truth and uprightness he sent redemption under his people if commodities covenant forever. A hole in reverend is his name of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom and good understanding have abol they the Jewish Commandments. His price injures river is one of those times about how great Gaudi's wonderfully is narrow law is and how he here's a preview over and over again when in the midst of dive the sign that in this very trouble corrupt well one of them have such a a standards. Somebody that we connected to this not GonNa let us down you know. We're going through some big political upheavals around the world and people get all excited about like in America the moment the next president did that. I-IT's ago and so on it's a human being who also got a couple of false in the end of the year and And we all people with his remember. When Barack Obama became president out years ago he had to? Mike is an interesting one he said I was not born in a manger in other words. I'm not a messiah. I can't solve every problem and he said he didn't do that. And so here we have people put their trust in. These people are gonNA be Great America. Great Zahn but really. We've got the good guy we got the right car. We've got Jesus. God let's have a look in Luke chapter eighteen interesting little story about a lady that was looking for justice was actually parable. Luke chapter eighteen one any despite this Jesus Mike Haviland to them this man or always the prior to find a loose hats signing there wasn't a city adjudged which is not God neither regarded man and there was a widow on the city. And she kind of doomsaying avenge me from Mine Invest Serie and he would not for for a while but afterwards e cigarettes still though God nor guide man yet because with me I'll aventure give a justice list us by her company. She wearing me. Let's hear what the unjust judge Shona Gutter Vincis Iron Elect which car dynamite under him. That will be along with them on. I tell you that he will avenge them speedily nevertheless pretty famous versus one nevertheless when the son of man coming Cappelli find fights on it so again. It's a comparison between good and evil between a good attitude and a bad attitude between in. Can you might sign a case where the judge had sort of authority to do what he he e. He wasn't very willing to do it was he. Said I'll do it in the end because she'll just be pine in the next ten -nology she can irritate me so not a very good attitude. They said Hi my energy's not like that. I want to very willingly on idol. To and on very willing to avenge my people make in these and give them justice and so on one of the great stories over dimensioned money under just touch briefly such as a whole subject itself the lineage of Joseph and the lineage of Mary One in Matthew Chapter One chapter three as a little bit confusing when you guy through them. Because you end up with Cell Theo. One of the people in the lineage end up being the descendants of two lawns. What is the answer to it is is that one has the right of redemption to gain the line the evil on Yourself Jehovah in the last sort of living king after car and and we know the mid down the track we see that a descendant of Nathan had the right of redemption? Take that lawn over from the House of Geeta. And you're actually when you try to three funded by Joseph and Mary were descendants of Nyquil not through Solomon Noth- resist a car not all three geology. which ended up being evil on through another? But it's another whole story. There's also to with this right of redemption. A person had the rights are deemed. And take that on. I'm just a lucky luke. Chapter One signed booklet chapter one. You know often often we read or do myself particular. Ra- love reading the words of What Tom Simeon said in the temple when he blessed Jesus I wish we had what Anna statuses that she said? Similar things to simulate with on the record of it we have the wonderful words said of the heavenly angels appeared to the the shepherds and so on one of the gripe passages is what the Father Rather Jong a baptist. What he's said about Jesus and we're GonNa read that right now once? His tongue was loosed after being done. Fani ninety ninety seven John Lewis Chapter one in verse sixty seven and his father Zachariah was filled with the holy guys. Need prophesied sign blessed. Be The god of Israel for here visited and redeemed his people and raised up a Horn of salvation for us in as not somebody sunny here. He's talking about Jesus Christ so let's be the Lord. God this is David. Six on raised up and Horn of salvation Asian for us in the House of seven David as he spiked by the Matthews holy prophets which have been since the world began the we should besides from our enemies from the hand of all that height us. Well we just read a couple of stories that were in the autism again. With the Lord redeemed the situation to perform a messy promised to fathers and remember he's Holly Kevin and the other g sweater. I A brand. That he would grant us. The we being delivered out of the Hanoverian enemies might serve him without fear in holiness and righteousness before him all the days of ally and then he talks about he son and their child John the Baptist Shelby called the profit the highest guy before the feist load pay. He's wise prophesied in the autism give knowledge of salvation under his people by Commissioner of their sins through the tenements of God whereby the dice spring from on high has visited us. What a beautiful fries he give to them the city darkness in the shadow of death? God F eight in the UAE apiece John the Baptist Chow grew and weck strongest. Fear was the distance to the die of showing unto Israel so could have read the very similar the Lord has saint he son to redeem us. He sent he son that we could be set free mice important thing to realize is that he had had the right to do it. Now you might say the prophets or a holy person. gunby person would love to do it coach. We'd love to forgive sins. Would love to set us free guzzler but I haven't got a right to do even if they're godly. Not even if a wonderful people. The only person that's opponent one of my young person had the right to do it first of all God and then he Zahn because of what he's done a cheap when it was on a way he committed nice seen what he died on the cross of calvary and when you rise again from the day he okay then had the right to redeem us and the good thing was he was willing to do it thank goodness he was he had the right andy was willing. He wanted a loved us. He came for us. We wanted to set us free. Just have a look in Galatian chapter three. The license chapter three it just one verse relationship through visiting says Christ has redeemed us from the cast of the law. Being might cash for us for this reason casted is everyone hanging on the tree. Muhammed now good hasn't got the rights Buddha now good hasn't got the rights. The Lama no good hasn't got the right Harry Krishna. Anna Christner's he was known hasn't got the ingathering gurus got this person that person I haven't got the money. They're willing to even talk. Oakland I can't do it because I didn't do. What Jesus did he become acceptable unto God and God gave him the right to do it because the life that he leaves in I pay the chapter one chapter one just? Inverse citing is mostly dozens of scriptures on this particular point but just grab a couple of them physically the chapter one in verse citing her as much as she knows that you will not redeem with corruptible things silver and gold from iovine conversation received by the tradition of your father's but with the precious blood of cross of a lamb without blemish and without spots makes it very clear that this this person is the anyone can do it now that is never altered in two thousand years he is the anyone save had the rights and willing to do so he not people often sort of WanNa bypass Jesus I think they religious group pulled the job is witness sort of then God is everything in Jesus always little bit important but I wanted to go straight to God. It doesn't work that way. You GotTa sit through my son's that I'm going to redeem people. I'm going to buy them back limit. That's what the Word Mesa the buyback you're gonNA come back. And we're going to be God's possession you might say he's he didn't do it with money. You know when you go to the pawn shop to redeem whatever you goods. Oh you do it with money you buy back you'll goods. He's with that why he did it with some family values deputies. I'm glad redeemed us by the shedding of he's blood. In revelation chapter. Fine will just look at one with scripture after that relationship define interesting testing little chapter. This one revelation chapter five is when I saw him the sat on the throne a book written within and on backside sealed with seven seals and I sort of strong angel proclaiming the lead voice who is worthy to open the book. And the Lucille's there all and I made in heaven nor with neither elevate is was able to even the book neither to look there on nobody. Nobody worthy and I went much because no man was found worthy. Do I've been readable. Neither to look their own and one of the oldest happened to me week. Not The hold. The line of Judah the root of David and through Jesse through Boas Amazingly Enough Fair Heifer per vial oil to open the book and to lose seven zero zero so that would prevail is pretty important. He overcame whatever had to be overcome. He he provided he was. He was successful in other words. An odd beheld learn the midst of the throne and the full basis hold on the previous chapter by the way the midst it's the oldest stood a lamb as had as it had been slain having some guests who will that day Taco to revelation. They're two guys underside. The terminology the revelation should resign and he came and he took a book van of him. The set on the throne. And what are you taking the which is representing any not just the book of revelation modestly. Say the hallway. They've got he had the rights to gain to. I've never had that rise. What are you taking? The bulk of four bass fell down before the land then in verse nine and I sang a new song. Sign very important. Thou Walk Worthy to take the Dow worthy redeem mankind. the anyone. That's worthy concise us. and to open the seals they're all that was slain and has redeemed us to God by blood which we read previously out of every every kindred tongue and people and nation and has made us got kings impressed on we shall reign on the earth and beheld in our head the voice how many angels roundabout the throne and the base of the odor's in saw all these people westworld signed with the loud voice. Worthy is the lamb the to receive power seven things here how riches wisdom strength on roaring blessing. He's the only one the people said I got one MO scriptum back to the book of Reuss just GonNa use this little sighing of Niamey's as a little bit of context she was talking about Boas. Longman Jesus US away. She talked about Vo as serious chapter three. Just one verse that Nine Ruth Gallium lawyer these eaten and him redeeming them so Russa chapter three reverse. Itin this is what Niamey said before she went. And did it. What we read in Chapter Four? This is what she said verse. It then she said she ninety said sit still my daughter until now have the matter will fold for the man will not be in rest until you finish the thing. That's a beautiful description of Jesus. You know they were causing you. Nine people wanted to destructive for what is it now a mess work while it is die got a job to on here to Redeem Ancon he decides them and as Taibbi still beat rest. Lead panic here. There's nothing to worry about. We'll see how the metaphor we have seen gene. How he died on the Cross and rose again? The man will not be addressed until you finish the thing. That's dying this. Jesus did he kind of turtles success. This Honda percents success. He has the right of redemption for every one of us and he's willing to do it
#42 Using Technology To Make People More Profitable
"On this episode of stories behind the grind this into my conversation. With Stuart Marshall founder of Marshall Floyd open businesses improved their profit by hundreds of thousands of dollars. Each year, we discussed some common myths about IT or really stops businesses from investing in IT, and how you can prevent being the garden about in this digital era. My name is adding buffalo, and he will find business. Tragedies. Tips and tactics, then you can incorporate not on the venture that your lie to help you thought and strategically grow scouting up. The impact you having the slow listen as I've hoped creators innovators in game changes, and what it takes to go to impactful business coming insights strategies and tips to help you increase profitability and developed swabbing team culture. Well, the stories behind the grind poke costs Stewart. Thanks so much for coming on the stories behind the ground poke cops right to have you on thanks very much. Thank you for the invitation stood you help businesses improved their profit by one hundred. Thousands of dollars AG through designing innovative solutions that improve efficiency in just the Chaim and he's been in the game for now for twenty five years now having developed tools that are used by thousands of businesses including proctoring gamble and Kellogg's whetted your interest in Archie developed from. Started as a teenager really because being being fifty now I grew up in the eighties. When the first home PC's were first coming out of the first time computers and always the proud possessor of Zedek spectrum when I was about seventeen or think, and it was this this peculiar thing that you could put some instructions in an a machine did clever things voyage. And there was seemingly. No limit to what you can do it just touched the nerve with missile that was not something to investigate but visibility because it was the ISIS. We didn't have computers in schools dole to goes to schools laptop everyday that what we had no such things the grammar school. I went to have three computers in a room and only the really nerdy kids played them. So it wasn't until I went and did a national qualification in IT as a an eighteen year old it on best. He got into the industry proper. What did you what did you find once you? So decided to get doing that vacation. You're awesome. Was there that was hug? Satisfy the was. There's a a moment of realize Asian run are sitting there thinking of shelves in my bedroom, Mahomed covered with puzzles, and toys, and rubik's cubes, and that sort of thing, and I go along to my first programming lessons in PASCAL with a an interesting government of Louis Stevenson. It was a delightful man with a enormous gripe a stock in a very bad Tyler's, Adele, and it was like, oh, this is this is what I should have been doing this before the ideas behind software development, the holy thaw, self. It was something that just it just clicked for me is like I was home for want of a better way describing it. However, I mean, obviously has been so many different programming languages since Paschal hobbies in the industry change since United singer early. It's it's go harder. It is harder to ROY software today than it was when I started in the early nineties, and this is this is a curiosity of the shift to using the Browns. I mean, it's not really the place to deep technical discussions about the marriage of Java script and GM L. But when I started it was we had windows. So everything was written in v Bill c and it was really relatively straightforward to write complex systems, but we've moved into the Browns a Wilton there. They use a very different technical landscape on it is really much much harder. Now for development to ROY something effectively just given the the amount of options available out there that wedding complexity comes from or is it just because of the different language that is the nature of the nature of the Browns. Because the pros didn't set out to be something that was programmable. It was intended to display information include the clues in the name as we found with Java script. It's an extra. Ordinarily, flexible, language, you can do many many things having to great things in it. But it comes with many loggers. So the the popular ones that everybody using remember the mount talk, but react, for example, as joust script framework that everybody uses now that is something that you have to learn. But then you go to another business and they'll use a different one. And there are many of these things may come out almost weekly, it seems and some of them will exist for maybe two or three years. And then the person who was making them does known it if money from them and goes by gets a job in the corporate world, and they die a death. So independent situation where many of the tools that people use just suddenly stopped working all they don't advance. And they don't support changes to the browser. So it's just become a much more complicated landscape the show from a business point of view in tens of small businesses for lying on developing. The one to help them, you know, pardon and their websites. What are the indications idem? Today's big changes in like, you said libraries software, libraries, dying and debt offer a couple of days. Does that mean, then we'll? Well, I mean, that's a risk certainly for for small business. If you're having tools developed, then it's something you need to be very cautious off you have to put your trust in the development company to do the work in the right tools. And they've got your best interests in mind, but they're also from their own interests of making a dollar want to do it as quickly as possible with the least effort. So the tendency to jump on board what I'm referred to as the bleeding edge is certainly quite prevalent yet that's different interests the United between the developer and the business the business wants, I guess a long lasting solution. That's going to last them decades. Well, it should. I mean this. This is the point of these things that you want something that will lost, and that's very difficult in a land sky where changes so prevalent that said my particular background was working for a company who specialize in east before was case tools. A narrow foot was low code tools, and these sit over at least it's above the the low level languages, so you can work. A much higher level. And when you press the Bill, but you get something that does the job and churns out the code correctly. I mean, this is all straightforward stuff writings especially imagination, but compared to Rausing it in the lower level languages is much easier. These again, the issue again with all of these comes with a level of trust. We had the businesses going to continue to churn out what you want them, whether you're actually going to end up working in the low level language, anyway, they're enormous complications. But as the the best recommendation, I can give for anyone is just to make sure that when they get out there that they find a reputable development coming. Yeah. These developing software is not something that should be done by little cousin. Kevin. For sure this time in the I guess speaking from is good. So fringe airing it a university, and there's so many complexities in and as soon as a program gets to any real size. Then you've got a lotta testing that goes involved with that and yell. You played you. I mean testing is a that's a skill in his own, right? No for sure on Stewart. Can you can you debunk some of the common myths you hear an IT? Okay. Well, I suppose to flavors of misses the the the small ones, which is like you don't need a virus. Jackie just ate some good common sense. That's something. I've heard on a few Asians and his patiently ally. Common sense is a good start point and good practices and good behaviors or something they should be encouraged. But ultimately do need a virus checker. And you see lots of is like is your PC foster get the stigma to fix you machine. Well, will it might it might if you've got something he'd usually wrong with it you need more memory to guy foster will. Yes, that's true. If you've only got very small amounts of memory, if you've already got six or eight gig, then you don't need anymore setting off a majority slow business requirements. My my favorite one is the this pops up on Facebook regularly. Which is the reason you soup Avars, which is going to cause completes not to kale's. I'll describe these things is not dissimilar to the idea of a little boy running into a medieval village screaming that was a dragon coming. It's along those lines. Because he invariably through a virus are worse than any other. But the biggest mythos bows. I don't know. Whether he's really amiss is that people think of autism cost. And I couldn't you can understand the on on a small business myself. I can understand the if you have to spend three or four thousand dollars every year on some hardware foot one of you team. Then it can be confused like you just spending money and getting return. But, but ultimately what you're doing his blind lasted that makes you people bathroom while they do just is it just a mindset. Predominantly. Yeah. For me. It's largely about education. One of the biggest issues is the only t gets left as a people know they have to have it. It's a necessity today. But people don't understand it. They don't have not taken the time to go understand. And that's fair enough for I'm experts in what we do. But only t is the distinguished now. So pervasive that if you're running a small business you need to have a handle on what it does. And so it's something that I'm not sure I don't know how the best way to solve that particular problem. But it is largely a Michigan get educated on these things. Yeah. And I mean, there is there's a lot of IT hydrogen. So that's out there. Do you? See, oh, gee recommend any sort of critical, and I guess a high level we weren't specifics right now. But at a high level what small businesses should be spending on a what are the critical, building blocks? Obey should be looking at. It's difficult to because specific requirements for individual businesses. But it'd been there there are patents to these things as always many things. So we will need some kind of accounting software now on fortunate enough. My can't you can be done on a spreadsheet. But by the time, you get into a world where you're getting multiple payments. You know, many payments the week or whatever it might be. Then you need some kind of counting in something zero. Is as good a choices any everybody should be using a CRM? So she's customer relationship management software them all concern, which couldn't ultimate enormous amount of you work for you on proposes on. It's not my area of expertise bunny stretch of the imagination entre pool is is very well regarded in that sense. And then you you need some way of taking payment very few people use cash anymore. So you need something stripe. I believe is is one of the popular ones also fits in very well with so that that will get you basics beyond that it really will then depend on what your business does. But you mean, you're going to have the usual office tools, and you can you can use G suite. From google. You can use all off his three six five really is minimal difference between the two in practical terms. I guess it's more of a preference process without his that's great that you is about the accounting software, the marketing and sales software and the on stress again CRM's, this is a peculiar thing that a lot of businesses don't yet or haven't yet got on board the idea of CRM, and it's for one of a better way describing it's a no brainer because the gym relief. So talented figures that you save for the value on the return on investment is five dollars for every dollar you Putin possibly even more than that. If you spending sixty seventy dollars a month on you'll stay Iran. You make three hundred fifty two four hundred off the back of it. If you using it reasonably well. So that I mean, that's that's something. That's just absolutely should should be done. Yeah. It's a big system. I guess an engine digital age so much more important not lonely. Can you keep running title of your customers in your head? Today to a system really, which just facilitates price will this is this is of course, it is very much the point of software and the point of RT's is there to make us better. What we do. So if saves us, Tom and saves his energy, then it's making us more efficient saving his money in when you think the cost of the CRM is having the basic for something like pubs sponsor won't is. I need sixty seventy dollars a month that's tiny amount of money for the value. That is giving. Could it also be the complexity I mean CRM does sound like I'm pretty on the us sort of would especially when you when you extended in customer relationship management system. I mean, yeah, I'm just going here. But could could just the would self be off putting the people I'm probably, but all of the you can say that about a great many things, and this this is about to we were just talking about this. But the need for education need for a new perspective on things if you've wants perspective is the only is complicated and difficult than largely it's going to be complicated and difficult. If one's perspective is hey has the hang on a minute. Let's let's take a step back from the technology for a moment. Start looking at the technology and think what does this actually serve? What's the of for me? And how does it help me then we can start to compartmentalize things bit more easily and look at the more in the sense all tool toolkits, then this sort of staggering immense. David odyssey will instill you've you've written a book. So that helps helps educate. People at bay cold doing it for the money doing it full of eighty doing doing it for money, not the money. Yeah. This kind of bound primarily because all of the IT books I've ever seen deal with the specifics. They deal with a technical tool. Let's say or how to write software how to do this and has it either. And I kept thinking there seems to be no bull bootcamp aero nothing out there, the teaches people to point of IT and very much the stuff that we've been talking about this idea that it's all it's it's there to help you you shouldn't be feared certainly it's no more or less. Brought England a car. We don't need to know how it works. You know, we can have we have a general understanding of how an engine works, and that's great. But we know has what rights account? We can learn has what Bri I'd say. If we learn to use it in the way that it's intended then it will make our lawns much much easier. So the book is really all about that. So basic premise and builds on the methodology that I'll use for assessing businesses, which is the idea that you have the soul which are referred to as my face. He's methodology. You have a foundation, and then you have the assistance which you give you a team, and then you can simplify that process. Then you need to look at how you use your on teaching guys read declined by an howls me provide you with strength. So that you can keep rising over many years and building systems and building something that he's going to look after your and run your business for you. Yes. A tiny IT into a cost Lockwood talking about into an asset. That's going to absolutely is running without you innocent. It's sole purpose is they had some hope you be better at what you do. That's a make long fees for you can people. Find more about the book, you can find it on Amazon. It's also if you go to mar website Marshall, Floyd dot com to a you. You'll find it on the front on the homepage on that or anyone who wants to on you thinks they can't can be beneficial. And. Everyone on tees beneficial. Doing this with somebody the other day, the if you showed me the worst of icy implementation, you could conc- guy on spend a couple of weeks got on the worst one you can find it will still be an extraordinary asset compared to know on T won't so ever. I no matter how bad it is. I can't conceive of anything so bad that it would actually be costing you money. And the simple argument is this that the average person in Australia by the time, you're on the law is the salary and work is comb super and all the other costs of having someone on the staff, the average I is a about one hundred thousand dollars pricey soluble than both simple math is one hundred thousand dollars. When you think of that in terms of shallow use a person, but one hundred thousand free or shall I use the computer the cost of using technologies extraordinarily cheap compared to the cost of people. It is. I mean, some people worry that technology going to replace that gulps give any new points on that. It depends on who you us those beatable put out a report a think which said there was a net loss off. Woulld net loss of eighty million jobs or something like that. And then somebody else's put I report this says not seen as a net gain of twenty minutes to injured million or whatever it might be. And there was an MIT couldn't decide what to say. So they went and looked what everybody else has to say. And their conclusion was nobody actually knows. So the reality is this some jobs will be replaced because that's what technology does. And he's what technology always has done unless a crucial point, right? When we look back at the ideas off, the Luddites smashing up mills another such things they were complaining about was that last those no wanting them getting skills because they were going to be replaced by machines. Unless exactly what happened, of course in nineteen seventy nine the employment rights in Australia was of bound fog percent. Give tight they nine thousand nine hundred and first PC arrived since when a hundred and fifty billion PC's have been made worldwide. I think the number is something that and unemployment is still about five percent. So we need to we need to be a little bit cautious. When we think there's going to be massive unemployment is going to be a massive shift in the job market. Of that was no doubts in the short term somewhere lose an in the longer term some will gain. So whether they'll be mastered influent, I'd I know, but the the reform all fitness coaches than there used to be. So people have got more time now in more money to do other jumps. So that the swings roundabouts everywhere. It's very hard to say as to what will actually happen. Yeah. And I guess it's really pure conjecture at this point. And I mean, the internet has really definitely up so many different jobs that you know, we couldn't even ten years ago influence is getting paid millions of dollars that would have been a fantasy zone. We'll listen conceivable that individuals would be brand beyond the ones that which end of Hollywood all or wherever it wants to BBC all aware of it might have been the the big organizations could you could have individuals that were brand. But now anybody can be a brand some good marketing. A good message and some consistency for year will to in. You can be whatever you want to be. It's the beauty of mass the mass market that we now have. Yeah. All of us mass distribution that we have sort of fingertips, really. Instagram festival. Snapchat linked in many tools to come show. Although those it they will come in that will go. I mean, this is you can you can watch the volition of the internet in real time. It's gone. It's interesting in that sense. It really really is sort of the rapid development of technology and things that are doubling every eighteen months. Although I think that's more Moore's law wasn't that was the computational speed would double is another one. I forget what it is now which is something to do with storage capacity as well that going up at an extraordinary, right? I think some of just released their first Arabic phone. I can't imagine why you would want the terabyte of data on a phone, but then I couldn't possibly have conceive of the iphone ten years ago. No, not at all. That's what it came out of the blue. And now every almost every person in the world has a has a smartphone. Yeah. The rights of changes extraordinary. But the interesting adjunct to that is that wall, the right of technology change is huge the rights of busine-. This change is actually extraordinarily slow fundamentally business today is much as it has been for the last two thousand years, we're still buying and selling things from each other in a basic trade. That's largely what we do. We have different ways of getting to market different ways of presenting ourselves and different ways of completing the try down. We used to be limited to the garner in the village all the going became randomly carbon. Once every six months, or whatever it might be with now capable of doing business anywhere in the world because I stole from can be you can be wanting to truly global ultimately businesses. Still business was still doing the same things. This is part of going back to the education identities power this understanding of tell that the what we're doing is exactly the same stuff that we've always done. We just have different tools for doing it. Now it precisely we're still again, but we're still bothering products and services between people using a common medium of exchange, and, you know, different different systems cozinne processes to support that active exchanging value. Yeah. And that's it. It's the will really hasn't changed as much as it has changed. I mean, it was the most of the changes the more stays the same. And that's that's really what's going on in. This is the front having fun about IT is that we get lost in the technology very easily before four-game almost one was reading a basement how five G is going to change business. We'll find geez, I'm gonna change business fog. Jesus told people will find a means for the toll to belong taking a suitcase on holiday the big of the suitcase. You have the more. You put in that kind of idea the off this thing. Woken it limited while canal move, we get files from backwards. Affords? I could do real time streaming live events. The health is going to be a big game from the stuff. But ultimately, the transactions that we make in the world that we live in for the vast majority of people really want change the toll. It'll be the ones that you have a need for at this point in time in need for extra ram sort of data Speights rotten now that will really take the benefit to begin with and that will fly her at some point. You would you would imagine. But ultimately most small business people does really minimal need. It's nice to have in his lovely. And it's delightful. We get things quickly. And this is great. But if we look at it from a pure need point of view, then dollar in your pocket. What you've got today's fine. Yeah. And it's really does I can take full advantage of it, and many many, I guess what need to we'll way. I mean, you know, you look at the transformation with metro networks over the years. You know, every every generation is being hailed as the, you know. I mean, what are we talking about an industry, which is the only industry in general, the technology industry in general, which is the world leader in the sales of snake oil, hyperbole smoking mirrors and other such things. There is never been a greater industry site. Look over there. There's something really showing that you will to bind yo- yoga and get one of those. Yeah. And if you spend some money on something to six months later is sitting in the colon during that much in away wave spending money got for it. Yeah. It it. It's weighed the upgrade follow CEO was going to tell you about this this wonderful idea that we should buy the next version of something. So I I use Marsov word in nine hundred ninety s five I think is version six on my road, sixty three thousand woods in a book recently in version sixteen of wood which is the current office version, and I'm fairly comfortable that I could have written exactly the same book in nineteen ninety five. And so it didn't need that upgrade. I could have written it using the existing software, and that's a crucial point when we start thinking about shall I get the next version of something. And do I need to upgrade my phone. What is your phone do while? I ring people on it. Okay. And it runs apps. Yeah. Does it run the apps eat eight? Yes. He does what he done eating you find that. If we're going to be brutal. Save money in the world of is say than we might wanna make sure that when we upgrade what we actually get value rather than what we really get which is ninety five percent of everything because we had died in the previous fish and the few little bits of they've added on the edge. And I come based companies make massive massive amounts of money by marketing, the the process of it's twice as fast than their predecessor. But really you're not getting much much benefit. When you upgrade? I think I've been upgraded my fine online. My first month on top credit for five years and only then because abroad. It was running. It was becoming a liability. Well, yeah. Unless there is a there is a natural point when things need to be upgraded, and we can sign was you home. Eventually you kitchen stuff. Look a bit too shabby, and it's time for new still functional. But at some point it's so bad that it's it's detrimental to the process. So you, you know, you pay the piper. And you get it done and the same in business. You look at a PC's good for three years, maybe four tops. And after that, it will still do the Joan. But the important point is the it needs to gripe because everybody around you is upgrading. So you're in competition. Right. Is this got him on data, even though I don't necessarily need great from a personal point. You don't live in complete isolation. So in the business world, you do need to do up grades on a regular basis to keep up with the Joneses as much as anything else. I guess that instead of Ross technology gonna make sure you don't sync innocent. So you've got to match doing how much small businesses to be spending on IT as a bit of a bitch. Mom. It used to be about five to six percent that used to be the number bless seems to be changing. And I think this is a lot to do with the accessibility of technology now because we have things going for bulletins zero on a monthly fee rather than them to go out and spend ten fifteen thousand dollars, you can buy these things on a rolling basis people tend to spend more on technology than they used to. So now somewhere in the seven to eight percent of revenues is a bat Royds now that that's not really doesn't go applauded Moncur business bullets on me gets ten or fifteen employee's. Then that's somewhere in the neck of the woods yet. That's tonight for PayPal app day, even at that point in time. When that when I did have ten to fifteen employees can start to a quick check on their around on that. It gets skewed by for small businesses smaller. You get the big of the number goes guys back to the reliance on technology, these dyes for all businesses is such a critical critical component to do business. One of a friend of mine says in a digital world, the analog is dead. And he's as the if businesses digital everything is digital today, if you'll notice digital business, then you will also the forefront of your industry, and whatever Jake lamotta you're in. And he said, well, if if you just alone business now, how can you complete how can you compete h? Eighty percent of people expect to find someone online before they might come. That's a frightening statistic. Now, the if you don't have an online presence than you think you don't exist. You on what Google says, you are I guess that doesn't just apply to businesses, but we were talking about before with granting that really applies to people of. Absolutely. Singley through sorry. I've around definitely it's it's not gonna get any less than if you. I on your yellow pages arrived the other day, which was a I didn't know they still go in town. But I the yellow pages and his now one small book in half is yellow pages. Harvey's one titans. It used to be too great big stick. I mean, probably big thick full books bombing big the knife four if I remember Raleigh. Now, they're a tawny thing. You know, these these I'm the little technologies slowly, we Scholley fight it, and it was not gonna get any less. No, no, thanks, Amazon changes ever, ever constant in a way. I actually remember that is as big yellow pages and what pages books and yourself through them trying to find people just that back in the day before the incident. That's how I did it what we did. When I was a kid. That's just the way the world was is peculiar thinking back to the old the examine that was going on the technology was in comparison tonight was woeful, but it was just the will that existed. Yeah. It was and, you know, everyone adapted back then, and I guess from little doubt now. And does that con- will full behind the nights, Raviv Aleutian? Exactly. Just the way the world works question. I'd like to ask our guests on the podcast is what's your definition of grind? What's my definition owner as good, I'm genuinely don't know. I mean, a suppose the groin for me is is this idea that this this stuff that we have to do whatever whatever walk of life wherein. There are things that we must get done. As of the the big stones had a great big Stein. Medium sized small Stein, analogy the stuff we must get in. That left me is the grind, Dan. I've gotta get up in the morning. I've got a gun do some work because I need to win some money. And that's that's a reality that's food on the table revive my head. So the the bay minimum that I have to do together that done is the grind the rest of it is for me finding ways the mitigate the growing if you like funny, though pushy, and she's dude things I care about loan. I'm interested in. Two years ago. I was working in a software company today on helping businesses. Get better at stuff. I'm work sponsor, and I I love doing it. That's not the grind anything. That's not that. And that's the grind always interesting to hear it would other people think would Baynes. The thank you us to awaken people. Find more about you. And what you do the easiest place to form ease on Marshall Floyd dot com to you all if you go into Google and search for me, I'm gonna do it as I'm talking to you. I can just make sure. Google myself for while. But if you just searching Google for Stewart Marshall, spelled S T E WINZ, then you'll for me on the top Billington Provence. Yes. Definitely. I definitely reach doing more about what he does. And how you can help you. 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