Tech is leading the market higher in 2023, but a few giants are doing the heavy lifting. (00:21) Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser discuss: - Nvidia's AI-fueled earnings report and the company's historic pop. - Intuit's latest results and how proposed IRS free-file software could affect the company. - Zoom's post-pandemic slump - The signs retailers are fixing inventory problems, but high-end merchandise still isn't selling. (19:11) Motley Fool contributor Lou Whiteman talks with former United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz about his approach to turning the airline around, dealing with personal setbacks, and the lessons in leadership from his book “Turnaround Time.” (34:14) Matt and Jason discuss Netflix's $7.99/month solution to password sharing and two stocks on their radar: Salesforce and Invitation Homes. Stocks discussed: NVDA, INTU, ZM, WSM, ULTA, COST, SPG, URBN, GPS, CRM, INVH Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger, Oscar Munoz, Lou Whiteman Engineer: Dan Boyd, Tim Sparks
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Go to our Partner and Join RYAN REYNOLDS and get CHEAP but High Performing Mobile Service for as little as $15 a Month! https://mintmobile.com/menace Kevin Warren, arguably one of the worst Conference Commissioners in College Football History, made some catastrophic blunders as the commissioner of the B1G. Between the new $40 Million fine for selling rights to NBC (That he had no power or authority to sell) to the fine the B1G has to pay for lost revenue due to cancellations in 2020, it was an EPIC failure for the conference. BUT... Aren't the University Presidents and Athletic Directors to blame? Did they ever inquire about the details of these new agreements or just bury their head in the sand and now complaining? Go to my sponsor: https://aura.com/menace to get a 14 day free trial and see if your personal information has been leaked online MANSCAPED: 20% OFF with FREE SHIPPING! Screenshot your order for a chance at a FULL REFUND! https://www.manscaped.com/ #manscaped Head to tryfum.com/MENACE to save an additional 10% off your order today. JOHN MASDEA AUTOMOTIVE SOLUTIONS IN POWELL, OH (614) 496-4364 The BEST Athletic wear you will find anywhere: https://mikeydapparel.com/ FREE CASH BONUS WITH MyBookie: https://mybookie.website/Menace2Sports VIP Subscribers: http://www.patreon.com/menace2sports - Custom RSS Feed (Straight to your phone – No iTunes or Spotify) - Exclusive Content, Shows and Videos - Exclusive Call-In Ability for Live Shows - Starting at $5 a month! HAIR BY ALEX - BOOK NOW: https://booksy.com/en-us/556162_hair-by-alex-armaly-luxstyle-studio-suites_barber-shop_134589_columbus For the FULL Landscape of College Football, tune in: http://www.menace2sports.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/menace2sports-with-zach-smith/id1464558838 Follow our show on social media: . Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@menace2sports Twitter: https://twitter.com/Menace2Sports Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menace2sports/ Undisputed Best Sports Handicapping Tool in the WORLD: http://www.patreon.com/menace2picks College football is a game of explosive plays, immense passion, and endless thrills. Every Saturday during the college football season, the spirit of competition and excitement take the field as the nation's top student-athletes battle for gridiron glory. The powerhouses in college football are teams like Alabama, LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, and Florida, all of whom compete in the fiercely contested NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision. Whether it's a hard-fought rivalry, chaotic scene in the stands, or an unbelievable touchdown grab, college football fans of all ages, backgrounds, and regions experience the same passion and intensity each week. From the blue-blooded programs to the rising stars, college football will always be the people's game. Ohio State Football is one of the most successful college football programs in history. With a total of 8 National Championships, the Buckeyes have established themselves as a powerhouse in the NCAA. Led by head coach Ryan Day, Ohio State has become known for its hard-hitting, aggressive defense and a high-octane offensive attack. While their recent success has been rooted in their strong recruiting class and their 2014 national championship, the program has a long and storied history in the college football world. On any given Saturday, the OSU faithful can be found inside the famous Ohio Stadium cheering on the scarlet and gray. Regardless of the opponent, each game brings out the passion and excitement that Ohio State fans are so well known for. Follow the Buckeyes and join the Buckeye Nation in their quest to reach another championship. Go Bucks!
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Coach Josh K, currently 29 years old, resides in the Des Moines, IA area but originally hails from Sioux City. Josh is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, employed in a skilled nursing/long-term care setting. During his upbringing, he struggled with obesity, adhering to the standard American diet until his early 20s, which led him to reach a weight of up to 330 lbs. Josh's health began deteriorating around the age of 20, experiencing symptoms such as sleep apnea, lightheadedness, dyspnea, anxiety, and low self-esteem. However, as he matured, he started making better choices, adopting a whole food diet. Despite successfully shedding excess weight, he discovered that not all his health issues improved. He continued to suffer from worsening thoracic spine arthritis pain, increased occurrences of low back nerve impingement and radicular pain, energy fluctuations, and gastrointestinal bloating and gas problems. Driven by a desire to find a solution, Josh initially turned to the ketogenic diet. Shortly after, he transitioned to a carnivorous diet, which proved to be transformative. With this dietary shift, he experienced minimal pain, a consistent and steady energy level, and relief from gas and bloating issues. Moreover, he noticed improved exercise performance and an increase in muscle mass, serving as additional benefits to his overall well-being. Find Josh: https://carnivore.diet/product/josh-k/ Timestamps: 00:00 Trailer 00:56 Introductions 04:47 Starting point in diet changes 06:17 Childhood diet 07:33 Chronic pain issues and other health concerns 10:28 Deciding to change 12:50 Response from family and friends 16:17 Effect of ketogenic diet 19:15 Joint pain with ketogenic diet 23:13 Starting carnivore 25:17 Parents' feelings on carnivore diet 27:59 Daily view of carnivore diet for Josh 31:01 Carnivore diet effect on thinking of health care in general as a health care professional 34:36 Negatives of carnivore diet 38:04 Cost of carnivore diet 39:19 Food needs on carnivore diet 42:24 Reduction in pain from work on carnivore 43:59 Salt needs on carnivore and while fasting 50:08 Carnivore diet during work hours See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
7 Easter First Psalm: Psalm 89:1–18 Psalm 89:1–18 (Listen) I Will Sing of the Steadfast Love of the Lord A Maskil1 of Ethan the Ezrahite. 89 I will sing of the steadfast love of the LORD, forever; with my mouth I will make known your faithfulness to all generations.2 For I said, “Steadfast love will be built up forever; in the heavens you will establish your faithfulness.”3 You have said, “I have made a covenant with my chosen one; I have sworn to David my servant:4 ‘I will establish your offspring forever, and build your throne for all generations.'” Selah 5 Let the heavens praise your wonders, O LORD, your faithfulness in the assembly of the holy ones!6 For who in the skies can be compared to the LORD? Who among the heavenly beings2 is like the LORD,7 a God greatly to be feared in the council of the holy ones, and awesome above all who are around him?8 O LORD God of hosts, who is mighty as you are, O LORD, with your faithfulness all around you?9 You rule the raging of the sea; when its waves rise, you still them.10 You crushed Rahab like a carcass; you scattered your enemies with your mighty arm.11 The heavens are yours; the earth also is yours; the world and all that is in it, you have founded them.12 The north and the south, you have created them; Tabor and Hermon joyously praise your name.13 You have a mighty arm; strong is your hand, high your right hand.14 Righteousness and justice are the foundation of your throne; steadfast love and faithfulness go before you.15 Blessed are the people who know the festal shout, who walk, O LORD, in the light of your face,16 who exult in your name all the day and in your righteousness are exalted.17 For you are the glory of their strength; by your favor our horn is exalted.18 For our shield belongs to the LORD, our king to the Holy One of Israel. Footnotes  89:1 Probably a musical or liturgical term  89:6 Hebrew the sons of God, or the sons of might (ESV) Second Psalm: Psalm 89:19–52 Psalm 89:19–52 (Listen) 19 Of old you spoke in a vision to your godly one,1 and said: “I have granted help to one who is mighty; I have exalted one chosen from the people.20 I have found David, my servant; with my holy oil I have anointed him,21 so that my hand shall be established with him; my arm also shall strengthen him.22 The enemy shall not outwit him; the wicked shall not humble him.23 I will crush his foes before him and strike down those who hate him.24 My faithfulness and my steadfast love shall be with him, and in my name shall his horn be exalted.25 I will set his hand on the sea and his right hand on the rivers.26 He shall cry to me, ‘You are my Father, my God, and the Rock of my salvation.'27 And I will make him the firstborn, the highest of the kings of the earth.28 My steadfast love I will keep for him forever, and my covenant will stand firm2 for him.29 I will establish his offspring forever and his throne as the days of the heavens.30 If his children forsake my law and do not walk according to my rules,331 if they violate my statutes and do not keep my commandments,32 then I will punish their transgression with the rod and their iniquity with stripes,33 but I will not remove from him my steadfast love or be false to my faithfulness.34 I will not violate my covenant or alter the word that went forth from my lips.35 Once for all I have sworn by my holiness; I will not lie to David.36 His offspring shall endure forever, his throne as long as the sun before me.37 Like the moon it shall be established forever, a faithful witness in the skies.” Selah 38 But now you have cast off and rejected; you are full of wrath against your anointed.39 You have renounced the covenant with your servant; you have defiled his crown in the dust.40 You have breached all his walls; you have laid his strongholds in ruins.41 All who pass by plunder him; he has become the scorn of his neighbors.42 You have exalted the right hand of his foes; you have made all his enemies rejoice.43 You have also turned back the edge of his sword, and you have not made him stand in battle.44 You have made his splendor to cease and cast his throne to the ground.45 You have cut short the days of his youth; you have covered him with shame. Selah 46 How long, O LORD? Will you hide yourself forever? How long will your wrath burn like fire?47 Remember how short my time is! For what vanity you have created all the children of man!48 What man can live and never see death? Who can deliver his soul from the power of Sheol? Selah 49 Lord, where is your steadfast love of old, which by your faithfulness you swore to David?50 Remember, O Lord, how your servants are mocked, and how I bear in my heart the insults4 of all the many nations,51 with which your enemies mock, O LORD, with which they mock the footsteps of your anointed. 52 Blessed be the LORD forever! Amen and Amen. Footnotes  89:19 Some Hebrew manuscripts godly ones  89:28 Or will remain faithful  89:30 Or my just decrees  89:50 Hebrew lacks the insults (ESV) Old Testament: Ezekiel 4 Ezekiel 4 (Listen) The Siege of Jerusalem Symbolized 4 “And you, son of man, take a brick and lay it before you, and engrave on it a city, even Jerusalem. 2 And put siegeworks against it, and build a siege wall against it, and cast up a mound against it. Set camps also against it, and plant battering rams against it all around. 3 And you, take an iron griddle, and place it as an iron wall between you and the city; and set your face toward it, and let it be in a state of siege, and press the siege against it. This is a sign for the house of Israel. 4 “Then lie on your left side, and place the punishment1 of the house of Israel upon it. For the number of the days that you lie on it, you shall bear their punishment. 5 For I assign to you a number of days, 390 days, equal to the number of the years of their punishment. So long shall you bear the punishment of the house of Israel. 6 And when you have completed these, you shall lie down a second time, but on your right side, and bear the punishment of the house of Judah. Forty days I assign you, a day for each year. 7 And you shall set your face toward the siege of Jerusalem, with your arm bared, and you shall prophesy against the city. 8 And behold, I will place cords upon you, so that you cannot turn from one side to the other, till you have completed the days of your siege. 9 “And you, take wheat and barley, beans and lentils, millet and emmer,2 and put them into a single vessel and make your bread from them. During the number of days that you lie on your side, 390 days, you shall eat it. 10 And your food that you eat shall be by weight, twenty shekels3 a day; from day to day4 you shall eat it. 11 And water you shall drink by measure, the sixth part of a hin;5 from day to day you shall drink. 12 And you shall eat it as a barley cake, baking it in their sight on human dung.” 13 And the LORD said, “Thus shall the people of Israel eat their bread unclean, among the nations where I will drive them.” 14 Then I said, “Ah, Lord GOD! Behold, I have never defiled myself.6 From my youth up till now I have never eaten what died of itself or was torn by beasts, nor has tainted meat come into my mouth.” 15 Then he said to me, “See, I assign to you cow's dung instead of human dung, on which you may prepare your bread.” 16 Moreover, he said to me, “Son of man, behold, I will break the supply7 of bread in Jerusalem. They shall eat bread by weight and with anxiety, and they shall drink water by measure and in dismay. 17 I will do this that they may lack bread and water, and look at one another in dismay, and rot away because of their punishment. Footnotes  4:4 Or iniquity; also verses 5, 6, 17  4:9 A type of wheat  4:10 A shekel was about 2/5 ounce or 11 grams  4:10 Or at a set time daily; also verse 11  4:11 A hin was about 4 quarts or 3.5 liters  4:14 Hebrew my soul (or throat) has never been made unclean  4:16 Hebrew staff (ESV) New Testament: Hebrews 6:1–12 Hebrews 6:1–12 (Listen) 6 Therefore let us leave the elementary doctrine of Christ and go on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God, 2 and of instruction about washings,1 the laying on of hands, the resurrection of the dead, and eternal judgment. 3 And this we will do if God permits. 4 For it is impossible, in the case of those who have once been enlightened, who have tasted the heavenly gift, and have shared in the Holy Spirit, 5 and have tasted the goodness of the word of God and the powers of the age to come, 6 and then have fallen away, to restore them again to repentance, since they are crucifying once again the Son of God to their own harm and holding him up to contempt. 7 For land that has drunk the rain that often falls on it, and produces a crop useful to those for whose sake it is cultivated, receives a blessing from God. 8 But if it bears thorns and thistles, it is worthless and near to being cursed, and its end is to be burned. 9 Though we speak in this way, yet in your case, beloved, we feel sure of better things—things that belong to salvation. 10 For God is not unjust so as to overlook your work and the love that you have shown for his name in serving the saints, as you still do. 11 And we desire each one of you to show the same earnestness to have the full assurance of hope until the end, 12 so that you may not be sluggish, but imitators of those who through faith and patience inherit the promises. Footnotes  6:2 Or baptisms (that is, cleansing rites) (ESV) Gospel: Luke 9:51–62 Luke 9:51–62 (Listen) A Samaritan Village Rejects Jesus 51 When the days drew near for him to be taken up, he set his face to go to Jerusalem. 52 And he sent messengers ahead of him, who went and entered a village of the Samaritans, to make preparations for him. 53 But the people did not receive him, because his face was set toward Jerusalem. 54 And when his disciples James and John saw it, they said, “Lord, do you want us to tell fire to come down from heaven and consume them?”1 55 But he turned and rebuked them.2 56 And they went on to another village. The Cost of Following Jesus 57 As they were going along the road, someone said to him, “I will follow you wherever you go.” 58 And Jesus said to him, “Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head.” 59 To another he said, “Follow me.” But he said, “Lord, let me first go and bury my father.” 60 And Jesus3 said to him, “Leave the dead to bury their own dead. But as for you, go and proclaim the kingdom of God.” 61 Yet another said, “I will follow you, Lord, but let me first say farewell to those at my home.” 62 Jesus said to him, “No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for the kingdom of God.” Footnotes  9:54 Some manuscripts add as Elijah did  9:55 Some manuscripts add And he said, “You do not know what manner of spirit you are of; 56for the Son of Man came not to destroy people's lives but to save them”  9:60 Greek he (ESV)
Thank you for being apart of EPISODE 200! We are really enjoying keeping the show going and hope that you will reach out us on our show Twitter or Instagram and let us know how we can make the podcast better for you the listener for the next 200 episodes! As always we cover a lot starting with remincing how the pod started and how we feel about continuing it. Elon Musk hires a new CEO for Twitter and continues his vision for App X, Miller Lite gets caught up in marketing hot water just like Bud Light did a couple weeks ago. Kim K eyes up Tom Brady and Sean breaks down why he thinks Ja Morant can't control himself due to how pro athletes are build nuerologically. All Socials and YouTube here: https://mtr.bio/sorry-were-closed
Mediterranean restaurant chain Cava has filed for an IPO later this year. Will investors be as satisfied as Cava's customers? (00:21) Jason Moser discusses: - The growth of Cava and the company's plans for capital raised during the IPO - How Cava could end up as the next Chipotle (or not) - What another big week of retail earnings portends (12:43) A lot of companies are talking about artificial intelligence on their conference calls this earnings season. Ricky Mulvey talks with Motley Fool analyst Meilin Quinn about a business that may be getting a genuine tailwind from AI. Companies discussed: CMG, SG, COST, LOW, BBY, HD, WMT, TGT, CHGG, DUOL Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Meilin Quinn Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd
Pug encephalitis causes inflammation of the brain in some small-breed dogs. It is always fatal and there is no cure. It is estimated that 1.2 percent of Pugs will die from this condition. It is believed to be an inherited autoimmune disorder with genetic markers. Vets may prescribe steroids or other immunosuppressive drugs to manage the condition. Pug dog encephalitis (PDE) is a severe and debilitating disease in small breed dogs that causes inflammation of the brain. This condition is inherited in Pugs but can occur in other breeds as well. Unfortunately, the disease is fatal and it is estimated that 1.2 percent of Pugs will die from Pug encephalitis (1). Although there is no cure for this disease, early diagnosis and management can help your dog maintain a good quality of life for as long as possible. What is Pug Dog Encephalitis? Pug dog encephalitis is the colloquial name for Necrotizing Meningoencephalitis (NME), a severe and incurable condition that causes inflammation and death of the brain tissue. Although the disease primarily affects Pugs, other small breed dogs—including Maltese, Chihuahuas, and Yorkshire Terriers, can be affected as well. Young adults are most commonly affected, with most being diagnosed before 7 years of age. Young, fawn-colored, female Pugs are especially prone to developing this condition. What Causes the Condition? Pug encephalitis is believed to be an inherited autoimmune disorder. In Pugs, genetic markers have been identified that can predict a dog's risk for developing the disease. One in eight Pugs with two copies of these genetic markers will develop Pug encephalitis in their lifetime (2). At this time, it is not known why some dogs develop the disease while others do not. Other small breeds such as Maltese, Chihuahuas, and Yorkshire Terriers can also develop NME. A genetic basis is suspected in these breeds as well, but has not yet been proven. To date, the disease has not been reported in medium or large breed dogs. Symptoms of Pug Dog Encephalitis The symptoms of Pug dog encephalitis may come on gradually or may progress rapidly depending on the patient. Many cases start with vague symptoms such as lethargy and depression, which can often be overlooked. As the disease progresses, pet owners may notice more dramatic symptoms, such as: Seizures Collapse Circling Appearing lost or disoriented Behavior changes Weakness, stumbling Blindness Abnormal gait Coma Diagnosing the Condition If your dog is showing symptoms of Pug encephalitis, you should seek veterinary care immediately. Other conditions may present with similar symptoms, so your veterinarian will likely recommend several diagnostic tests to determine the underlying cause of your dog's clinical signs. Sampling the brain tissue through biopsy or necropsy is the only way to definitively diagnose Necrotizing Meningoencephalitis. However, other less invasive tests may be used to establish a tentative diagnosis. Your veterinarian will perform a full physical examination, and may perform some or all of the following tests: Blood Work. A complete blood count and biochemistry panel may be performed to evaluate organ function and look for underlying conditions such as liver disease or toxin exposure, which can cause similar clinical signs. Diagnostic Imaging. Imaging such as MRI may be used to evaluate your dog's brain and spinal cord. Often this requires referral to a specialist. Your dog will also likely need to be placed under general anesthesia for this procedure. CSF Tap. Your veterinarian may recommend taking a sample of your dog's cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), which surrounds the brain and spinal cord. Examining the cells of this fluid under a microscope can help rule out other types of meningitis and encephalitis that cause similar clinical signs. Genetic Testing. In Pugs, a genetic test is available that can identify which individuals are at higher risk for developing NME. Dogs with two copies of the genetic markers of NME are 12.75 times more likely to develop the disease in their lifetime, compared to dogs with only one or no copies of these markers (2). How to Treat Pug Encephalitis Unfortunately, there is no cure for Pug encephalitis. Treatment is focused on decreasing the immune response, alleviating inflammation, and minimizing seizures. Your veterinarian may prescribe steroids or other immunosuppressive drugs to manage the condition. Antiepileptic drugs may also be prescribed for patients experiencing seizures due to NME. Most patients will need to stay on these medications for life and will relapse if the medication is discontinued. Because these medications can have severe side effects, some trial and error may be necessary to find the drugs and dosages that work best for your dog. Pug Dog Encephalitis Life Expectancy Pug dog encephalitis is a serious condition and is ultimately fatal. Most dogs will succumb to the disease within a year of diagnosis, although some dogs can survive for several years with medication and supportive care. Frequent rechecks with your veterinarian will be necessary to monitor response to treatment and ensure your dog is maintaining a good quality of life. Cost to Manage Pug Encephalitis Pug encephalitis can be costly because it often requires advanced testing to diagnose the condition. In some cases, your dog may need to be referred to a specialist for diagnosis and treatment. Depending on the medications used, your dog may also need frequent rechecks and blood work to monitor the effects of these drugs.Thus, pet owners should expect to spend several thousand dollars on diagnosis and treatment of Pug dog encephalitis. How to Prevent Pug Dog Encephalitis Studies have shown a strong familial inheritance of this disease in Pugs. The disease is also believed to be genetic in other breeds, although this has not yet been proven. Any dog diagnosed with Pug encephalitis should not be bred, because there is a high risk that the disease will be passed on to the dog's offspring. The parents of affected dogs should also not be bred together again, as they may be carriers of the disease. In Pugs, a genetic test is available which can help identify potential carriers of Pug dog encephalitis. Testing before breeding is recommended to avoid producing puppies with a higher risk of developing this disease.
Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews
Scott was joined by Stephanie Savell of the Cost of War Project to discuss her organization's new report on indirect deaths in America's post-9/11 wars. Savell's research now points to between 4.5 million and 4.6 million indirect deaths that have already occurred in the countries affected by the wars as an indirect result of U.S. intervention. In this interview, Scott and Savell discuss the methods used, what constitutes indirect deaths vs. direct deaths and how the devastation differed from country to country. Discussed on the show: “How Death Outlives War” (Cost of War Project) “Yemeni Civil War Unleashes a Plague of Locusts” (Antiwar.com) Stephanie Savell is the co-director of the Costs of War project at Brown University's Watson Institute. Savell is an anthropologist who studies security, militarized policing, and civic engagement in relation to the United States post-9/11 wars and policing in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is the co-author of The Civic Imagination: Making a Difference in American Political Life. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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John Ferguson, the owner of Domestic Diesel and Auto Service, shares his experience as a former dealer technician for Ford and how he started his own business. He talks about the challenges of finding the right team to support him and how he sought the help of industry experts to become a better leader and marketer. The episode also includes a video tour of John's shop, where he specializes in Ford and GM diesel vehicles. John Ferguson, Domestic Diesel and Auto Service, Chino, CA. Watch Full Video Episode HERE John's background and business journey (00:02:33) John talks about his experience as a technician turned business owner and how he started his own shop. Learning and self-improvement (00:07:00) John and Carm discuss the importance of being a perpetual student and always learning, even outside of one's area of expertise. The Cost of Education (00:07:45) John and Carm discuss the cost of education in the automotive industry and how it affects business owners. Recognizing the Need for Help (00:08:55) John talks about how he realized he needed help with his business and the importance of self-reflection for business owners. Touring John's Shop (00:10:48) Carm takes a virtual tour of John's shop, including the story behind the unique mailbox and the history of the building. Ford vs. GM (00:17:05) John Ferguson discusses the reliability of Ford and GM diesel trucks and the differences in obtaining parts and licensing scan tools. Subscription Fees for Car Features (00:18:08) Carm Capriotto and John Ferguson discuss the possibility of subscription fees for car features and the potential for app-based trim levels. Thanks to our Partner, Dorman Products. Dorman gives people greater freedom to fix vehicles by constantly developing new repair solutions that put owners and technicians first. Take the Dorman Virtual Tour at www.DormanProducts.com/Tour Connect with the Podcast: -Join our Insider List: https://remarkableresults.biz/insider -All books mentioned on our podcasts: https://remarkableresults.biz/books -Our Classroom page for personal or team learning: https://remarkableresults.biz/classroom -Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm -The Aftermarket Radio Network: https://aftermarketradionetwork.com -Special episode collections:
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We often hear stories about people who have triumphed over adversity. And we call them 'Inspirational'. But what we don't see is the price that person pays to be labeled as an 'Inspiration'.What Is the Cost?For Kevin Lowe, the host of the podcast, that cost was his eyesight. For Ryan Rae Harbuck whose story was featured in Episode 185, her freedom to walk. She was left paralyzed as a teenager. YOU GOT THIS!Don't ever give up on this life! Even when your world feels like it's crashing down around you, DO NOT give up! Life is just about to get good! Keep pushing forward!LINKS FOR THE PODCASTGrit, Grace, & InspirationHosted By Kevin LoweWEBSITE: www.GritGraceInspiration.comSEND KEVIN A VOICE MESSAGEBOOK A CALL WITH KEVINJOIN OUR FACEBOOK COMMUNITYGuided by Faith. Inspired by life itself.Podcast artwork © 2022 Kristen Girard of Radiance and Grit and Used with Permission by Lowe Down Media LLC© 2023 Grit, Grace, & Inspiration
For years, Quinn held onto a terrible secret. It took a huge toll not just on their mental health, but also on their career trajectory and financial life. When Quinn learns they aren't alone with this secret, it leads them down an astonishing path they never could have imagined. Content warning: This episode deals with issues of grooming and sexual abuse. We hope our listeners take care while tuning in. Give now to support “This Is Uncomfortable” during our May fundraiser.
Rachael Rollins goes down for attending a fundraiser. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton had to pay eight thousand for the biggest scandal in American history. Howie advises his listeners who may find themselves in a similar political situation to never speak when you can nod and never, ever text. Period.
For years, Quinn held onto a terrible secret. It took a huge toll not just on their mental health, but also on their career trajectory and financial life. When Quinn learns they aren't alone with this secret, it leads them down an astonishing path they never could have imagined. Content warning: This episode deals with issues of grooming and sexual abuse. We hope our listeners take care while tuning in. Give now to support “This Is Uncomfortable” during our May fundraiser.
On COI #422, Kyle Anzalone breaks down a new report from the Cost of War Project.
They took their little baby to Children's Hospital. That was a catastrophic mistake which nearly cost them their baby. Now, they are readying a lawsuit. Bryce and Latoya Richards took their 4 month old baby to Children's Hospital. As I understand it, the extent of the child's medical concerns was according to the hospital: a bruise on the roof of her mouth from a fall from a changing table and fussiness. Bryce and Latoya have all the records, seemingly enough to prove it--including what the Richards believe are documents Children's forged!--they have all the videos and recording of calls with officials. Bryce and Latoya ended up having to turn to a dear, trusted friend to secret Latoya and Baby Harper out of the State so Bryce, who had been jailed, didn't know specifically where she was so, when pressed by a judge to produce her, the he could honestly say he didn't know where she was so the Separate Country couldn't seize her. Episode 833 Links42 U.S. Code § 1983 - Civil action for deprivation of rightsWhat does God's Word say? Ezekiel 34:4 - The weak you have not strengthened, the sick you have not healed, the injured you have not bound up, the strayed you have not brought back, the lost you have not sought, and with force and harshness you have ruled them.Proverbs 10:11 - The mouth of the righteous is a fountain of life, but the mouth of the wicked conceals violence.1 Peter 5:1-3 - So I exhort the elders among you, as a fellow elder and a witness of the sufferings of Christ, as well as a partaker in the glory that is going to be revealed: shepherd the flock of God that is among you, exercising oversight, not under compulsion, but willingly, as God would have you; not for shameful gain, but eagerly; not domineering over those in your charge, but being examples to the flock.4Patriotshttps://4patriots.com/toddOrder the 3-month Survival Food Kit and get a FREE bonus gift package including 2 72-hour Survival Food Kits or save 10% on everything else with code TODD. Alan's Soapshttps://alanssoaps.com/TODDUse coupon code ‘TODD' to save an additional 10% off the bundle price.BiOptimizershttps://magbreakthrough.com/toddUse promo code TODD for 10% off your order.Bonefroghttps://bonefrog.usEnter promo code TODD at checkout to receive 10% off your subscription. Bulwark Capital http://KnowYourRiskRadio.comSign up for Zach's free live Webinar 5/25 3PM PT. Space is limited. Healthycellhttp://healthycell.com/toddProtect your heart with Healthycell! Use promo code TODD for 20% off your first order. My Pillowhttps://mypillow.comUse code TODD for BOGO on the new MyPillow 2.0Patriot Mobilehttps://patriotmobile.com/hermanGet free activation today with offer code HERMAN. Visit or call 878-PATRIOT.RuffGreenshttps://ruffgreens.com/toddGet your FREE Jumpstart Trial Bag of Ruff Greens, simply cover shipping. Visit or call 877-MYDOG-64. SOTA Weight Losshttps://sotaweightloss.comSOTA Weight Loss is, say it with me now, STATE OF THE ART!
A new study by Brown University's Cost of War Project has estimated that post-9/11 wars launched by the west have directly and indirectly resulted in more than 4.5 million dead, most of them civilians. Also today, France, US, and UK set to begin training Ukrainians to pilot western fighter jets.
In this episode, farmer Taylor Mendell talks about the other side of a farm's financial success. Make farming easier with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at https://www.paperpot.co/ Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpotco Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/
Land & Legacy - Sportsmen's Nation
How about the fact we've lost 3 out of every 4 meadowlarks since 1970? This is not just a problem for songbirds. Bobwhite quail, prairie chickens, even deer and turkeys are hurt by the decline of grasslands. All is not lost, however, as native grassland habitat can be easily restored across the Midwest and South and now is the time to act. In this episode, Kyle and Frank discuss grassland conservation opportunities and the unprecedented amount of money that is available to private landowners to convert agricultural fields and exotic grass pastures to native grasslands. They discuss the wildlife benefits of native grasses, of course, but also the important function native grasses and forbs can serve as a source of high quality forage in the summer months and as a way of “drought-proofing” a forage base. Kyle and Frank also discuss how most of the once-perceived roadblocks to establishing native grasses have been overcome and that it is easier than ever to get an established stand in just one year. They also take you through the process of finding local resources to help in designing and implementing a native grass program on your farm. Cost-share dollars for native grassland conversion is at an all-time high across the country and if you've ever thought of converting a portion of your property to natives, now is the time and this is your podcast!
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Sarah and Beth share the first part of a larger conversation about the state of the schools. Today's episode covers the expense and admissions process of higher education and, more broadly, what we want from higher education. Outside of politics, Sarah and Beth discuss graduation gifts for graduating seniors.TOPICS DISCUSSEDStudent Loan Forgiveness and The Cost of Higher EducationThe Case for Affirmative ActionThe College Admissions ProcessOutside of Politics: Graduation GiftsWe're excited to be relaunching our book club this summer! It will be available to Premium members only. Join us now on our Patreon page or Apple Podcasts Subscriptions, where we will share more information soon.Visit our website for complete show notes and episode resources. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Not For Lazy Marketers Podcast
In today's episode, I'm sharing a mistake I made in my own marketing and how it cost me big time. Consistency is crucial for effective marketing strategies. Instead of pausing marketing efforts, I've got some great recommendations that can help meet your audience's needs. Listen in as I discuss the benefits of consistent marketing initiatives and some repercussions that I learned from my own mistake. _______________________ Ways I can support: [Free] Receive a weekly behind-the-scenes look at what is getting our clients' insane results: https://www.notforlazymarketers.com/newsletter Looking for Hirsh to support your marketing and help you scale faster? http://helpmystrategy.com
TimeOut With The SportsDr. Podcast
Parents are like superheroes. They may not have superpowers, but they always sacrifice their happiness and comfort for the sake of their children. Their selflessness allows them to put their children's needs ahead of their own and do whatever it takes to keep them secure and happy. Consequently, achieving progress in different aspects of their lives allows them to fulfill their heart's desire for their family. However, parents are often faced with tough decision-making wherein they become torn between their love for their family and the desire to pursue their passions. Moving to a new location can be a catalyst for personal growth and self-discovery. Hence, for a father to come up with such a decision can be challenging since he has to consider the impact of his every move on his children and spouse. Thus, parents are the perfect embodiment of love, resilience, and sacrifice. And that the selfless sacrifices they made were driven by their genuine understanding that their choices could shape the lives of their loved ones and demonstrate the depths of their love and commitment to their family. Thus, parental love is the most selfless love there is. In this special episode, Dr. Derrick Burgess will have a meaningful conversation with his eldest child, Suzie Burgess. We will get an interesting perspective of his life as a father, physician, and podcaster from his child's eyes. Be encouraged by how Suzie professes her thoughts about the things that came into her young mind along with their relocation and how much sacrifice it takes for Dr. Burgess to achieve his current success. "I feel like this is where God is leading us, and I know he's going to take care of all of us through this season." – Dr. Derrick Burgess Topics Covered: (00:00:00) Introduction + Episode Snippet (00:00:40) Introducing our special guest, Suzette Burgess. (00:01:20) The Good Daughter (00:03:29) How does transferring to another school affect Suzie? (00:04:02) How does Suzie treat somebody she just met? (00:05:00) Life would be more challenging as we get older. (00:05:52) The benefit of moving to different places (00:07:33) How did Dr. Burgess get the job from Jackson? (00:08:25 ) The Perks of Mentorship (00:09:01) It's Okay to ask for some assistance. (00:09:53) Seeking to prepare the next generation of surgeons. (00:11:11) A father's prayer: Leading family in the right direction (00:11:49) The game day experience (00:13:58) How many events did Dr. Burgess miss for studying? (00:15:22) Late Gratification (00:16:48) The Busy Lifestyle (00:17:48) How did Suzie respond when people expressed shock at their relocation? (00:18:55) How Dr. Burgess' parents raised them Key Takeaways: "I'm going into seventh grade, and it's not going to be like the second grade where everybody is going to be like the same personality, always happy; it's a big old change." – Suzette Burgess "I haven't had one stable place my whole life. I've been moving all the time." – Suzette Burgess "When you have a new kid in your class, you reach out and try to take care of them. So, I believe because you do that to other people, that same thing is going to come back to you." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "I built his confidence by asking my mentor the questions about things I didn't understand versus just showing him all the things that I knew perfectly." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "When you are vulnerable, and you show people your problems to people, they will be able to learn your thought process." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "I need to be able to teach and prepare the next generation of surgeons and be involved in that academic process." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "I don't want to lead my family in the wrong direction while chasing the dream." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "We had much studying to do, so it's a sacrifice. And that's what we call delay gratification because we put our lives on hold." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "Our parents kept a close eye on us because they were trying to protect us." – Dr. Derrick Burgess Connect with Dr. Derrick Burgess: Website: https://www.drderrickthesportsdr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drderrickthesportsdr/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimeOut.SportsDr LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/derrick-burgess-72047b246/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHGDu1zT4K_X6PnYELu8weg Email: email@example.com This episode of TimeOut with the SportsDr. is produced by Podcast VAs Philippines - the team that helps podcasters effectively launch and manage their podcasts, so we don't have to. Record, share, and repeat! Podcast VAs PH gives me back my time so that I can focus on the core functions of my business. Need expert help with your podcast? Go to www.podcastvasph.com.
Check out our movie's crowdfunding page and consider dropping some coin on our largest ambition YET: https://seedandspark.com/fund/papa-bear On a very special episode, writer/father/friend Soren Bowie sits in as host and invites Mike to explain why he was just out for a bit, and how his life was changed for the better by his experiences in a partial hospitalization program for people undergoing acute mental health challenges. We think this one could be extra-useful, so please give it a listen if you're on a healing journey, and because it starts with a kickass short story from Soren. The folder of useful documents and exercises referenced in the episode is available here, including Swaim's cast of internal characters (all Star Trek). https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1I2uTrCWc3on5rX60KReycLqFls-40JiK https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FD_rIriC7IhVmOiRVzoGjtGdTeCM2wZP/view The Jack Kornfield meditation mentioned is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZtgHd2gJLg Here are some other excellent meditations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8e_tAEM80k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kv6HkipQcfA https://lifearchitect.com/ifs-guided-meditations/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yQX1y7zMAg The book No Bad Parts by Richard Schwarz, considered the definitive text on Internal Family Systems/Parts Work, is available everywhere. Features: Soren Bowie: https://twitter.com/Soren_Ltd Michael Swaim: https://twitter.com/SWAIM_CORP Check our store to buy Small Beans merch! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/the-small-beans-store?ref_id=22691 Support Small Beans and access Additional Content: https://www.patreon.com/SmallBeans
Digital Nomad Experts - Beach Commute
Imagine a beautiful tropical beach cafe in the Caribbean. You're wearing your flip flips, a t-shirt and shorts. You grab a spot overlooking the ocean, open your laptop, and that's your office for the day. Idyllic, right? Just 3-5 years ago, this was not even a remote possibility in tons of locations where digital nomads now live regularly. The infrastructure (mostly wifi speed) just didn't allow for it. In some places you couldn't even get a call out due to poor cell reception! Every single year there are more and more locations available to digital nomads that weren't even a remote (pun intended) possibility previously. Jeff, Marisa and Diego talk about the 5 most interesting, up-and-coming locations that aren't quite digital nomad hot spots yet, but will be in the near future. When deciding what qualifies as a potential digital nomad hotspot, they consider: Wifi speed: Probably the most important factor is whether or not you can effectively work online and hold calls. Cost of living: Most high-expense locations rarely become true digital nomad hotspots as opposed to more affordable locations. Access: The ease at which you can get to the location from the closest major airport. For a super-detailed, step-by-step gameplay on how to ensure you get that interview, Beach Commute will be hosting a mastermind class on May 18, 2023 called “The Three Step Process for Getting Your Dream Job.” Learn more at: https://www.beachcommute.com/dreamjob After you listen in, make sure that you check out our Remote Travel Jobs Daily membership! We send out 40 hand-picked remote jobs that are ideal for digital nomads. https://www.beachcommute.com/remotejobs
What does it cost people and organizations not to listen? Are you solving the wrong problems? Or worse, are you losing relationships, customers, and potential opportunities? The cost of not listening could cripple you and your organization. Christine Miles joins me in this episode of Negotiations Ninja to address that very problem. Christine Miles is the founder and CEO of EQuipt, a “Training and consulting company that helps organizations grow sales, develop people, and create cultures of understanding.” Ultimately, they help equip people with the skills they need to elevate their EQ. Listening is the foundation of the house. Without it, you can't build emotional intelligence. Outline of This Episode [1:45] Learn more about Christine Miles [2:35] The cost of not listening [4:00] Are you solving the wrong problems? [5:38] Why people struggle to listen [7:08] What is transformational listening? [9:10] How to become present in listening [12:30] Stop asking leading questions [14:02] “Take me back to the beginning” [18:31] The unwillingness to go deeper Resources & People Mentioned What Is It Costing You Not To Listen: The Power of Understanding to Connect, Influence, Solve & Sell Connect with Christine Miles EQuipt Connect on LinkedIn Connect With Mark Follow Negotiations Ninja on Twitter: @NegotiationPod Connect with Mark on LinkedIn Follow Negotiations Ninja on LinkedIn Connect on Instagram: @NegotiationPod Subscribe to Negotiations Ninja
Tom welcomes back Simon Mikhailovich. Simon is a contrarian investor, entrepreneur, and the founder of The Bullion Reserve. Simon discusses the counterparty risks that are present in the financial system and how they can lead to bank failures. He notes how the financial system is a series of daisy chains that, if broken, can cause a domino effect and throw the entire system into question. He also notes the 2008 crisis was fifteen years ago, and in that time the Fed has been unable to end its extraordinary policies. This is resulting in a massive amount of debt that would be impossible to service at higher interest rates. Simon believes that this is leading to a radical de-globalization, higher costs, and a reshuffling of the global supply chain that is highly inflationary. In this environment, he suggests that gold may be a better investment than Bitcoin due to its perceived reliability. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:38 - Counterparty Risks9:45 - Bank Run Prevention12:33 - Bail Outs & Confidence14:09 - Social Polarization20:50 - System Fragility29:45 - Cost of Living36:17 - Human Nature & Time44:00 - Phase Transitions48:15 - Gold Price & ETF Flows53:18 - Gold As Insurance54:44 - Value of the Dollar58:42 - Rates, Dollar & Gold1:04:36 - Bitcoin & Adoption1:10:37 - Wrap Up Talking Points From This Episode Counterparty risks in the financial system can lead to bank failures, putting the entire system in question or gridlock.The Fed's extraordinary policies since 2008 has resulted in a massive buildup of debt, making servicing it impossible at higher rates.In this environment, gold provides a guaranteed level of confidence not available with bitcoin. Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/S_MikhailovichWebsite: https://www.bullionreserve.com Simon A. Mikhailovich is a co-founder, lead manager of The Bullion Reserve, and a director. Mr. Mikhailovich is an entrepreneur and contrarian investor who predicted and profited from the financial crises of 2000 and 2008. Before co-founding TBR in 2014, Mr. Mikhailovich co-founded Eidesis Capital, a special situations investment firm. Between 1998 and 2014, the Eidesis team deployed over $2.5B of capital through special opportunity funds focused on high yield corporate bonds and loans, credit derivatives, distressed CDOs and MBS, and gold. Previously, Mr. Mikhailovich was a Portfolio Manager at Falcon Asset Management, overseeing alternative investments in hard assets, including oil and gas properties, timberlands, and agribusiness. During the credit cycle of the early 1990s, he headed a workouts' team responsible for restructuring multiple businesses in North America and Europe. Mr. Mikhailovich received a M.S. in Business (Finance) from the University of Baltimore and a B.S. from Johns Hopkins University.
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If a natural disaster struck your home — whether you own or rent — would you be covered? Many consumers aren't as protected as they might think. In this episode of our nerdy deep dive into how climate change affects your money, Sean and NerdWallet insurance editor Caitlin Constantine talk about how to really protect yourself when a big storm hits where you live. To send the Nerds your money questions, call or text the Nerd hotline at 901-730-6373 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Like what you hear? Please leave us a review and tell a friend.
Adam Jason is a Partner at Legacy Group, focused on high-impact social and environmental investments in Latin America and Europe. He is also a Board Member of Green Coffee Company, a consolidated, multi-national coffee production company based in Salgar, Colombia and an active member of the Gobundance community, where he has provided investing opportunities for over 100 GoBros. Powerful Moments From The Episode 00:00:00 - Making A Million Pounds of Coffee A Day 00:00:37 - It's Time to Reach Your Full Potential 00:01:43 - Introducing Adam Jason 00:07:41 - Cost of Living in Colombia 00:12:16 - The Colombian Coffee Business (Green Coffee Company) 00:34:39 - Recycling Coffee Beans To Make Energy & Vodka 00:48:17 - The Road to The #1 Arabica Bean Company in The World 00:55:52 - How Business is Done Differently in Latin America 00:58:23 - Adam's Exit Strategy for Green Coffee Company 01:02:12 - Political Risks of Operating a Business in Colombia 01:10:05 - Agricultural Risks of Operating a Coffee Business 01:12:51 - Investing Opportunities in Green Coffee Company 01:22:03 - State of the Union: The Bills Mafia Connect with Adam Jason Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.legacy-group.co Learn More About Our Tribe! https://www.gobundance.com Want to watch the Tribe of Millionaires? YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbczkBHANH9ULLQiSt56bQA/ Watch How To Profit From Your Personal Brand | Mark Lack Ep 241 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLYFjltV69s Want to connect with our community? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gobundance Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gobundance Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoBundance Tribe of Millionaires Podcast by GoBundance is the podcast for healthy wealthy generous people who choose to live epic lives. Each week we connect with featured guests and GoBundance members to bring you the best in our community.
The Investing Advantage Podcast
In this engaging podcast episode, Shane covers topics such as the importance of communication, planning, pre-construction process, leveraging consultants and architects to minimize problems and challenges, the role of a foreman and manager in the project, how long the process typically takes, budgeting for unexpected change orders, typical warranty claims, capacity to take on projects up to 2024, whether Kalamoir is bondable and provides references from their projects and more. Get insights into how to make your infill townhouse project a success! Tune in now! [00:00 - 04:09] How to Earn Good Money Investing in Commercial Real Estate: 10 Questions Answered by Developer and Builder Shane Melanson • How much money you can make on a project is a loaded question. • Strategies and practices to create significant wealth investing in commercial real estate are available to accredited investors. • 10 questions were answered from a new real estate developer looking at building a townhouse. • Recommendations for mechanical, electrical, energy code survey, geo tax and structural consultants are provided. • Communication frequency should be every two weeks with onsite meetings and daily/couple of days pictures updates through Procore software. [04:09 - 07:55] Developer's Guide to Contingency Planning for Infill Projects • Communication is key to avoiding surprises. • Generally, a project will have a site supervisor, project manager, and coordinator. • Hiring an interior designer can make a big difference. • Infill projects typically take 10-12 months to build. • Contingency of 5-10% should be used for hard and soft costs. [07:55 - 11:39] How to Prepare for a Tight Budgeted Project • Examples of unexpected costs like building code changes, offsite levies, power poles, etc. • Development is risky and requires eyes wide open and cash on hand • Common warranty claims include water issues, dishwasher problems, sump backups • Pre-construction phase gives 4 months to work with developers and value engineer plans • Construction is a tight margin business and needs to be planned in advance [11:39 - 17:00] Building Your Dream Project with Biweekly Communication, Expert Staff, and Cost-Effective Solutions • Generally, clients don't require bondable insurance for projects. • Cost of insurance is passed on to the developer. • Consultants are recommended to build a team for the project. • Communication with client is biweekly both on site meetings and emails. • Project timeline depends on staff size: foreman/site supervisor, project manager, project coordinator. You can connect with me on LinkedIn, follow me on Twitter, and watch my videos on YouTube. If you want to go even deeper into the world of commercial real estate, head over to Shane Melanson, a roadmap to investing in commercial real estate! Get my book Club Syndication - How The Wealthy Invest Their Money LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone invest in commercial real estate with confidence by sharing this episode or clicking here to listen to our previous episodes. Follow The Game for Real Estate Developers & Investors Podcast on all Streaming platforms. Deezer, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or visit our YouTube Channel. Quotes: "It's very expensive to have delays on your project. So I would just keep that in mind." - Shane Melanson
Rivers, legends, and sisters: Patti Callahan Henry's new novel is all of her favorite things in one! We're sitting down to discuss The Secret Book of Flora Lea, fairy tales, and the historic moments that inspired her new book. We also play a game called “The Cost is Correct: Rare Book Edition.” The Secret Book of Flora Lea follows two sisters in 1939 England, where Hazel and Flora are seeking shelter from the war. When the unthinkable happens and Flora Lea disappears, Hazel carries that guilt into adulthood as a burden she feels she deserves. Twenty years later, and Flora has still not been found, but Hazel discovers a rare book that has a connection to her past only her sister would have known. Get The Secret Book of Flora Lea at bookofthemonth.com. New members get their first book for just $9.99 with code VBT at checkout. Learn more about Virtual Book Tour at virtualbooktour.com
Join Coach JVB for an insightful and helpful one-on-one chat about how to get more done in less time. Are you familiar with Parkinson's Law? This one is all about how the more time you give yourself to accomplish something, the longer it will take you to get it done. Jenny shares examples from her own business and life to demonstrate how to set realistic yet challenging goals, having spent years building good habits through trial and error when it comes to productivity. Learn all about how to eliminate distractions, the importance of time-blocking, and how breaking down large projects into smaller and manageable tasks can be a gamechanger for you too! Get Your Perfect Sports 20% Discount here by using coupon code JVBSave $100 off Your MAXPRO Fitness hereApply for the STRONG Formula Certification Program WORK WITH A TEAM STRONG GIRLS COACHSTRONG Fitness Magazine Subscription Use discount code STRONGGIRL If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. Resources:STRONG Fitness MagazineSTRONG Fitness Magazine on IGTeam Strong GirlsCoach JVB Follow Jenny on social media:InstagramFacebookYouTube
In this podcast episode of the Work From Home Show, former Ohio congressman Dennis Kucinich is interviewed about his experiences fighting against a utility monopoly and corporate interests in Cleveland. He discusses his book "The Division of Light and Power" and the importance of protecting public ownership and assets from corporate interests. The conversation then shifts to Kucinich's role as the chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and his experiences working with Republicans during his time in Congress. Dennis Kucinich's background and book [00:01:22] Congressman Dennis Kucinich talks about his book "The Division of Light and Power" and his experiences fighting against a utility monopoly and corporate interests in Cleveland. How citizens can fight back against privatization efforts [00:09:14] A third person asks how citizens can fight back against privatization efforts and Kucinich discusses the importance of asking questions and making issues out of undervalued public assets. The Cost of Privatization [00:10:24] Congressman Kucinich discusses the negative impact of privatization on taxpayers and rate payers in Cleveland. Corporate Interests and Political Corruption [00:13:15] Congressman Kucinich talks about the attempts of corporations to buy off politicians through campaign contributions and his personal experience with a bank's offer. Combatting Income Inequality [00:18:51] Congressman Kucinich suggests creating a jobs program to combat income inequality and ensure every able-bodied person has an opportunity to make a living. Full Employment Economy [00:20:03] Congressman Kucinich discusses the challenges of finding meaningful work with benefits, especially during COVID-19, and advocates for a full employment economy. Working Across the Aisle [00:21:17] Kucinich shares his experience of working with Republicans in Congress, including Tom Delay, to achieve common goals and emphasizes the importance of looking beyond party lines. Campaign Contributions and Community Organizing [00:24:54] Kucinich discusses the corrupting influence of campaign contributions and suggests that candidates should be careful about who they accept money from. He also highlights the power of community organizing to overcome the influence of money in politics. Speaker 1 (00:00:29) - Hey everybody. Welcome to The Work From Home Show. I'm Naso with Adam Schrader. Shout out to all our homies, homeboys, homegirls, home trans, all the work from Homers out there. Today. We have Congressman Dennis Kucinich on the show. You've probably heard of him, uh, if, if, if you've been around a few years, if you were around in 2004, 2008, that he was a presidential candidate for the Democrat Party. He's a Ohio Congressman from 1997 to 2013. He's the former chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. We'll talk a little bit about that. He's the author of the new bestselling book, the Division of Light and Power. So without further ado, Mr. Dennis Kucinich, thank you for joining us on the Work From Home Show. Speaker 2 (00:01:22) - Uh, thank you very much for the invitation. And you know, I know people sometimes have trouble with my name. I, it took me a year to learn how to pronounce it, but it is Kucinich and I did represent, um, uh, Cleveland area in the United States Congress for 16 years. The book that I've written, the Division of Light and Power, is the story of, uh, the beginning of my career when I went to, um, uh, this Cleveland City Council and had the opportunity, uh, as a young councilman, 23 years old, to, uh, explore the depth of involvement of various interest groups, and in particular, the, uh, political corruption that was going on to undermine the city's municipal electric system. And I was quite alarmed when I saw that. And I started to take very careful notes about, uh, the machinations of the political system working with a monopoly, uh, utility, uh, conspiring to, uh, sell, uh, the city's, uh, municipally owned electric system. So the book begins there at, uh, on, on with a blackout in December of 1969. And the lights keep going out. And when you find out why the lights keep going out, it's shocking. And so the story opens there, and it goes right until my election is mayor. And through those years, which, uh, describe the, the tremendous battle that took place between my office, the utility of monopolies, the banks, and the mob. Speaker 1 (00:03:05) - Wow, that sounds, that sounds scary. Let's, uh, let's talk a little bit more about that. I'm especially curious to learn more about, uh, just a little more detail on how you fought. Sure. Beat, uh, this utility monopoly and also the corporate espionage, espionage, and sabotage, bank co-conspirators, uh, organized crime. There were even assassination attempts, I believe. Speaker 2 (00:03:36) - Right? Exactly. Well, here's, here's the way it came out. Uh, Cleveland has had its own, uh, municipal electric system, public power, uh, since the turn of the 20th century. And, uh, it, it has competed side by side in a third of the city with a private investor owned utility. The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, uh, no, also known as C Ei. C EI tried to block the formation of Muni light right in its inception. At its inception. They were not successful in doing that. Over the years, though, they began to secretly plan and then execute a strategy to undermine the city's municipally owned utility by blocking repairs in the Cleveland City Council, which were needed to, um, uh, uh, to, uh, help the city's, uh, capacity to generate electricity. Uh, they, uh, also, uh, started a PR campaign with the general media who they, where they advertised heavily to attack and undermine the city's, uh, utility and public ownership. Speaker 2 (00:04:50) - Furthermore, uh, the city wouldn't, when the private utility successfully blocked any repairs to the city generators, the city had to turn outside and said, we've gotta buy power from somewhere else. The c e I blocked the city from buying power outside the city, and then the city could only get power from c e I and c EI tripled the cost, so they would run up the, uh, city's operating expenses. And then, uh, finally, we, we were fighting for connection, you know, in Texas, uh, Texas found out about, uh, the, uh, importance of being able to connect outside your territory for power if you know you have, uh, a shutdown as you know, your experience with Ercot in, you know, in the early part of this year, . Yeah, that was fun. And so what happened is that, here's the thing, every, you know, being connected to the grid nationally was vital for the city of Cleveland. Speaker 2 (00:05:54) - But c I blocked us from getting connected to the national grid, so we were isolated. So we had to rely on them for backup power in case we had an outage, which, you know, it was became likely because we weren't able to fix our equipment. And the book documents how some of the blackouts that the city experienced were actually created by C EI so that they could try to use that as an excuse to push the sale. And the public didn't understand this. They didn't understand why when the city needed a transfer of power from C ei, c e I operated that transfer in such a way to deliberately create a blackout on muni system. And that's all documented in the book. And so, you know, the kind of dirty tricks that went on were extraordinary. And c e I got their, you know, they got their comeuppance because the, uh, they were found by the nuclear regulatory commission to have violated numerous provisions of antitrust law. Speaker 2 (00:06:59) - And they, you know, they, they tried price fixing cutthroat competition. And in the midst of all this, the city council was going to sell our municipal electric system, even though they knew that, uh, c EI had been undermining it and was trying to buy our system for a fraction. I mean, this is, this is a story of something that is unprecedented in US history, that this would come out, uh, the kind of underhandedness that was going on with this utility, uh, all in the, in their plans to try to take over the city owned electric system. And so, it, it, some people have compared the book to the movie Chinatown, uh, which involved water, whereas this involves electricity. So I was elected mayor on a, on a platform to save our municipal electric system. I got elected, I canceled a sale, which had been, um, uh, consummated, uh, and, uh, you know, just, we, we just won that by the skin of our teeth, uh, uh, won the issue by the skin of our teeth. And the second part of the book opens up on this, uh, on the saga that happened, and how the, the utility monopoly, the banks and other corporate interests, uh, put a tremendous squeeze on the city to try to force me as the mayor to give up our electric system. Speaker 3 (00:08:24) - This sounds very similar to a lot of other bigger, not bigger necessarily, but other issues going on, on a, a national scale where the push towards privatization, where it seems like there's a lot of issues where politicians nationally are willing to let some programs just deteriorate and get worse and get worse, so that they can kind of push the whole, well, if the private sector did it, it would be better. Let's get it out of the hands of, uh, the government and give it to, um, private companies. How do we as citizens push back against that? Because, you know, like, if I don't agree with it and I need to talk to my congressional representative, I'm one of, you know, a couple million that they represent, or a hundred thousand that they represent, and I feel like just a, you know, throwing a pebble in a river, how does a normal citizen fight back against that? Speaker 2 (00:09:14) - Well, first of all, I wanna say that you have, uh, correctly identified the, uh, urgency of this book at this time, because there, there is, uh, increased privat, there are increased privatization efforts underway, and they will accelerate once the American rescue plan money, uh, dries up, uh, you know, in city after city. So first of all, you have to, you know, when you see a privatization effort underway, uh, start asking questions right away, like, why, uh, I will promise you that every privatization effort results in the public, uh, public assets being stolen, uh, you can make an issue out of how much is being paid for that, uh, electric system, water system, whatever. Because I will, I will guarantee you every municipal asset that's ever up for privatizations being undervalued. That was part of our story. It was, uh, for example, uh, the c EI was ready to purchase, uh, muni light in Cleveland for 88.1 million. Speaker 2 (00:10:24) - Uh, and, uh, we, we determined that the value of it was at, uh, at least a quarter of a billion dollars plus, uh, the loss to the taxpayers that would come when they, the taxpayers would've to pay the full rate. Plus the rate increases to the private utility would've to, uh, pay for street lighting and service to the city facilities to private utility, you know, and pay a premium price. And so taxes were gonna go up and, uh, rate payers who were forced to buy the private power would also see their, uh, budgets cut into by increased utility costs, privatization, uh, can, uh, and, and is often a nightmare for communities. This book shows how to fight it. But you, and the biggest and most important way is you have to do your homework. You have to do the research, and you have to pay attention to what's going on, not to what the media's saying, because all too often corporate media ignores the needs of the people and instead serves the needs of, of narrow economic interests that are gonna capitalize on a privatization. Speaker 2 (00:11:34) - Now, this battle in Cleveland, which was unprecedented, drew in a bank, uh, which told me on December 15th, 1978, that either you, the mayor, the bank will not renew the city's credit on loans. I hadn't been taken out. And so I had to make a decision what I stood for. I told them, no, it turned out the bank was a business partner of the utility. They stood to profit as well from the privatization, shocking. And the banks will check this out. So the people of Cleveland followed my leadership and, and increased their taxes. They taxed themselves more. They pay off the defaulted notes on loans I hadn't taken out. And when the tax passed, the banks who had proposed the tax to pay off the notes, and who said that if you pass the tax, we'll take out a default, they were Ned on their commitment and kicked the, kept the city into default until I left office. Speaker 2 (00:12:29) - And, uh, and in addition to that, uh, they had agreed to abide by the decision of the voters. And the question of people voted two to one to keep muni light, the banks in the corporate community turned around after the people voted two to one to say, Nope, you gotta sell that system, . I mean, this is, so I stood, I was 31 years old, and I stood against this crude, uh, extortionate exercise of corporate power that really was, you know, was so intent on having its way that they were prepared to destroy the city to get a, uh, a monopoly on electricity. But, you know, we stopped them , Speaker 1 (00:13:15) - First off, did the corporation, the electric company, did they try to pay you or buy you off? And how easy is it for corporations to buy off politicians? Speaker 2 (00:13:28) - Oh, it's called campaign contributions, big ones. No, I, I, I, you know, what, what happened was this, uh, uh, the, the day of default, the biggest bank told me, Hey, look, uh, if you go ahead with this sale, we'll give, we'll, we'll loan, loan the city 50 million, and you can do whatever you want with it. You know, you, it was like a, a express pass to reelection, you know, all of a sudden you could start paving the streets in gold. And, uh, but of course, you know, I knew, you know, they, they were asking, I mean, it was a fraud. They were, they wanted, uh, me to give up an electric system that was worth more money than the monopoly was ready to pay for it. And they were gonna let the city borrow more money. I mean, give me a break, you know, I was, as I said, I was a very young person. Speaker 2 (00:14:19) - I suppose they felt they could roll me at that point. You know, I looked younger than I, I was, and I think they probably, I had a certain amount of disbelief, cognitive dissonance, saying, oh geez, how can this be happening with this kid who's the mayor? You know, I was the youngest mayor in America at the time of any big city. But I, my, the task that I took on, uh, was one where I had to take a stand against these corporate interests that were determined to have their way, even if it meant, uh, uh, smearing the very city in which they operated. Speaker 3 (00:14:54) - I want to touch on you becoming mayor there. How, what made you, and it always amazes me, when people go into politics in general, like, I have a friend who's one of my best friends, is a mayor of a city here in Texas, but it's like a 2000 person town, so it's nothing like Cleveland. What made you decide, like, what was, I mean, was it the electric situation that made you think you should go into public office? Or what led you to think I should get involved in politics? Speaker 2 (00:15:22) - Well, you know, I, I entered politics at the age of 20 as a candidate for city council. Uh, and I, I got involved because, you know, growing up in the air of the sixties, uh, the change was in the wind. And I felt the best way to change things was to go inside the system. And I've always felt from a spiritual standpoint that my life didn't belong just to me, uh, that all of our lives belong to community, that, uh, you know, while we can make our own choices, that we should always try to do something for the betterment of society and not just, uh, take care of, you know, take, yeah, we have to take care of our sal and you also need to think of others as well. So that was the spirit that I brought into public life, uh, not to, uh, uh, uh, do well, but to do good. Speaker 2 (00:16:17) - And I'm, um, uh, that brought me into, uh, contest for city council. I was elected on my second try by 16 votes. I beat an entrenched democratic machine to be elected to the council. And the story opens up on, uh, at Christmas time in 1969 with this holiday season blackout, which as we found out later on, uh, these blackouts were being created by this, uh, uh, private utility in their, as part of their scheme to take over the public system. So, you know, I, I started very early. I made a choice early to go on the inside. Um, and, you know, so I was motivated by, you know, wanting to be of service. And I still am. Speaker 1 (00:17:02) - Shifting gears just a little bit. You chaired the Congressional Progressive Caucus to lessen income inequality way back in the early two thousands. The latest figures I've seen, income equality has only gotten worse. Can you explain why that is and what the initial goal of the C P C was and what's gone wrong with it? Speaker 2 (00:17:28) - Well, you know, first of all, uh, the Congressional Progressive Caucus has had, uh, you know, a number of really important leaders, including Bernie Sanders, uh, uh, Pete DeFazio, uh, and others. And the purpose of the caucus was to present, um, a different approach to management of the government's resources. So we presented our own budget, which emphasized healthcare and education and housing, uh, and Deemphasized war and, and, you know, and military spending. Uh, the whole idea was about, you know, revisiting our, uh, what's what is necessary to support people in our society, uh, to support their, their existence. So this, this caucus, uh, has members who are quite diverse in their politics. Uh, and occasionally they'll vote as a block on certain issues in Congress. Uh, you know, it, it may happen less and less now, uh, there's a lot more pressure in Congress now that things are much more polarized, and, uh, every organization within the Congress is perhaps more fractionated than it's ever been. And so that, that is indeed a problem. Speaker 3 (00:18:47) - So how did, how do we combat income inequality today then? Speaker 2 (00:18:51) - First of all, every able-bodied person should have an opportunity to make a living. Um, and if the private sector doesn't, can't provide the jobs, the public sector has to, I mean, we're in an interesting position right now in the Covid era where, uh, the economy is starting to move ahead. But, you know, there's so many job openings now. People, uh, are just, you know, getting back into a, a mode of, um, of, well, first of all, work's being redefined. And secondly, uh, there's a lot of jobs out there that are wanting. So, you know, it's a little bit different than it was a few years ago where the economy was being managed in such a way that a certain amount of unemployment was seen as being necessary, the proper functioning of the economy. We don't seem to have that right now, but I think that it would be good if the government, uh, created a jobs program and gave people an opportunity to do long-term productive work in restoring our environment and in, uh, in helping to repair our infrastructure. Speaker 2 (00:20:03) - Uh, you know, I'm, I I, and the other thing is that having work with no benefits is, you know, quite a challenge. Uh, people, uh, uh, are finding that the cost of healthcare is extraordinary, and being able to meet your healthcare needs of your family might be almost impossible, even though you may have a job that is paying you more than $15 an hour. So you, you know, it's, it the, um, COVID added a, uh, a layer of complexity to this question of, uh, of employment and, and meaningful work. And, um, it's gonna, I think, take a while to sort that out. But I think our polar star has to be a full employment economy with, uh, meaningful, productive work available to all those who are able to work and with, uh, supportive systems for those who can, for no fault of their own, cannot work. Speaker 1 (00:20:58) - You touched on the polarization in Congress right now. When you were in Congress, was it more friendly? Were people more friendly? Were Republicans more friendly to you? Did people, were politicians more willing to work together, or? Well, Speaker 2 (00:21:17) - Let, lemme tell you, it, it, you know, yes and no, uh, uh, you know, there's always a certain amount of political polarity that that exists. I mean, the very basic, the very basis of a two-party system is by its definition polarized. You have Democrats have Republicans, and for some people, never the twin shall meet. Uh, I did it differently. I worked on both sides of the aisle, and as a result, I had the opportunity to make, uh, uncommon friendships with, uh, people on the Republican side, including those in the Texas delegation. Uh, you know, when I, I mean, I'll tell you a story. To give you an example. The Clinton administration was looking for authorization to continue the bombing of, um, Serbia. Uh, and they were, you know, and to keep the war going over there. And I was, I was opposed to that. So, uh, they, the authorization I think, was Senate Joint Resolution 21 came up in 1999, and I was trying to figure out a way to defeat it. Speaker 2 (00:22:26) - And finally, I came upon a plan that would've required the help of the Republicans. So I went to Tom Delay and I explained to him, uh, what my objective was. Now, he may have had some political, uh, strategy in mind, but the long story short is we put together a coalition of Republicans and Democrats, and we stopped the war. Now, somebody would say, well, delay would never go along with something like that. Well, he did, and we worked together, and we stopped a war that was, that should have never been fought by. And so, uh, you know, I'm, what I'm saying is that forget about party, forget about ideology, look to what your goals are and see if you can find a way to get alliances at certain times and places. And you might be surprised. So I never, um, you know, when, when people, you know, when I'm looking for Ally, I don't care about Party at all. Speaker 2 (00:23:24) - I mean, I've worked with Ron Paul on so many of Texas, so on so many issues of foreign policy. And we found that, well, we had differences in domestic policy. We work together to try to limit us involvement in these, in these wars. And, you know, the, that's why I'm saying there might be polarization today, but it's often mindless people, you know, need to talk to one another and find out what they actually stand for. . And like in any family, you may not agree even within a family with each other on something. And it could be very important, you look to those things you can't agree on, and that's where you do your work. And so that's what, you know, that was my approach in Congress, and I think that approach could still work. Today. Speaker 3 (00:24:10) - We've talked about kind of money in politics being an issue in buying off politicians. You look at what's happening today in, you know, congressional races, especially presidential races. I mean, you see campaigns spending, you know, a billion plus dollars for a job that makes $400,000 a year. And, you know, there's a whole lot more to it than, you know, just that, just the job and the salary. You know, obviously being president has so much power in it, and you also see it in congressional races where money from all over the country flows into one specific state. How do we keep our politicians in a way that the community can still show their support for them, but they're not being completely bought off? Speaker 2 (00:24:54) - Well, you know, going back to the book, uh, the Division of Light and Power, uh, when these corporations had their interest, I never went to them for money. So nobody forces an elected official or somebody running for office to go to a certain group and say, Hey, give me money. I mean, that's where it begins. And when they do give money, nobody forces you to take that money if they offer it to you. So, you know, it's not as though, uh, we're just helpless cuz those who aspire off have to be very careful about, uh, who is, uh, providing contributions to them. And to make sure that you can be independent of those contributions and function autonomously with, without, uh, um, without the, uh, large Jess, which comes into campaign coffers. And that is very tough. And what I'm prescribing here is not easy, but the book that, you know, the Division Light and Power points out, that when people organize at a community level, they can overcome almost any interest group. Speaker 2 (00:26:02) - But, you know, it's the organization and the knowledge of what is actually happening that empowers people to overcome the influence of money. I mean, I was, you know, we were heavily outspent in Cleveland on the, uh, on, on every election that involved either, either, um, uh, you know, either with my name on the ballot or an issue oriented election. We were heavily, uh, outspent, but because we aligned with the popular interest and how people understand their interest, we won anyway. Now, I eventually was defeated in 1979 because the banks kept the city into default, and people at that time did not understand why despite having paid, uh, uh, more money on their taxes, we were still in default. But years later now, the people of Cleveland understand it. So yeah, campaign contributions have, can totally corrupt the system, but no one forces these candidates to take that money. And if they do take the money, then that needs to be noted by the voters, uh, to see if those interests align with the, uh, more specific concerns of, uh, the electorate. Speaker 1 (00:27:15) - That's Congressman Dennis Kucinich. Dennis Kucinich, thank you so much for joining us on The Work From Home Show. Your latest book is called The Division of Light and Power, the Division of Light and Power and your website dot, uh, Speaker 2 (00:27:31) - Well, they, they, they can, uh, go to, um, finny avenue books.com, uh, where they can purchase a book through many different links, or they can go to, um, Barnes and Noble, target, Amazon. There's a whole list of, uh, of places you can get the book, go to your local bookstore and ask for it. And then if you don't, they don't have it, uh, in stock, they'll order it. Uh, and you'll have it shortly. Speaker 1 (00:27:59) - And your website is percentage.com Congressman Dennis Kucinich, any final thoughts you want to share with our listeners or anything else you wanna promote? Speaker 2 (00:28:08) - No, I mean, I appreciate being on your show and, you know, and this virtual book tour that I'm doing from house to house, uh, with your help is, is very important. I mean, this book, uh, it took me 40 years to write it. Uh, it is thoroughly documented and I've been told that there's never been a book quite like this that explains, uh, the political process from an insider's point of view. And again, you know, it's one thing to fight City Hall from the outside. Uh, try fighting City Hall when you're the mayor. . Speaker 1 (00:28:42) - Yeah, completely understood. This is a wild, wild story. I'm gonna have to check out the book. So, once again, the Division of Light and Power, get the book on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, wherever you get your, your books. Congressman Dennis Cinj. Thank you once again for joining us on the Work From Home Show to all our listeners. Check us out at work from home show.com. Email us if you have any questions. Hello, at work from home show.com. You can follow us on all social media, leave us a review on whatever podcasting platform you use. And until next week, keep on working from home.
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Earlier this week, like you, I was horrified to read yet another headline about yet another mass murderer armed with yet another AR-15 semi-automatic rifle destroying the lives and families of yet another round of needless victims. A 6-year old boy lost his mother, father, and 3-year old brother. A young mother is currently lying unconscious in a hospital bed. When she wakes up, she will learn that her 8-year old and 11 -year old daughters were killed. I'm sick of these stupid headlines. I'm sick of the helplessness I feel every time this happens. I'm sick of how quickly politicians move to gaslight what, by now, can only be described as a national epidemic of chronic grief. Because that is exactly what this is--we are in a state of constant grief. Unlike normal grief, we are never allowed respite from our mourning. Rather, We are forced to endure 208 mass shootings in less than half a year. We have been terrorized by the slaughter of 15,038 human beings in less than half a year. We are being conditioned to normalize the senseless murder of 96 children in less than half a year. So, WHY is the United States so embarrassingly and FATALLY obsessed with guns?
When we see headlines about the cost of fatness on society and what a terrible burden that is - are those numbers real? How do they come up with that number? We are looking at the supposed burden of fat people in Canada today and their $7.1 billion cost and working out how they got to that figure and how much of that number can be attributable to anti-fat bias and the harms living in a society dedicated to fat hate. TW: 3 mentions of O Word by mistake and anti-fat fuckery. Episode show notes: http://www.fiercefatty.com/166 Support me on Ko-Fi and get the Size Diversity Resource Guide: https://ko-fi.com/fiercefatty/tiers The costs of obesity in Canada have been estimated at $4.6–$7.1 billion annually: https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/phac-aspc/migration/phac-aspc/hp-ps/hl-mvs/oic-oac/assets/pdf/oic-oac-eng.pdf Is there more to the equation? Weight bias and the costs of obesity: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6964496/ Letter to the Editor: Response to Singh et al. (2018). Is there more to the equation? Weight bias and the costs of obesity. Canadian Journal of Public Health: https://doi.org/10.17269/s41997-019-00223-2 New “ob*sity” treatments and technology to save the NHS billions: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-obesity-treatments-and-technology-to-save-the-nhs-billions#:~:text=Obesity%20costs%20the%20NHS%20a,spent%20on%20key%20frontline%20services.
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