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Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 3 | Time To Get A Generator @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 35:19


Gas tax goes up tonight / Fossil Fuels to prevent blackouts // Jajuan podcast / Eboni dispatcher LAPD / WeHo defunds police // Malibu Drought / Car wash recycled water?Dog food / Uber drivers renting Tesla from Hertz

3News Now with Stephanie Haney
R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years for sexual misconduct, reports on Deshaun Watson disciplinary hearing

3News Now with Stephanie Haney

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 13:20


Wednesday, June 29, 2022: Performer R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years in prison for sexual misconduct, the latest on conflicting reports about Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson's disciplinary hearing for allegations of sexual misconduct, a new lawsuit aims to strike down Ohio's “heartbeat” abortion law based on the state constitution, what we know about a man shot more than 90 times by Akron police, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Watch the Legally Speaking panel on Deshaun Watson's disciplinary hearing here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLjyIwYZPlg Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: R. Kelly sentenced to 3 decades in prison https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/r-kelly-sentencing/507-e367fb66-b3ef-40d4-b885-99e059d9bc56 3News Investigates: 8 Akron police officers fired 90-plus shots during confrontation with fleeing motorist https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/akron/3news-investigates-8-akron-police-fired-90-plus-shots-during-confrontation-fleeing-motorist/95-7d4a4603-8a2e-41a6-90eb-51b034863073 Report: NFL likely to accept judge's ruling in Deshaun Watson case; hearing expected to last multiple days https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/browns-deshaun-watson-disciplinary-hearing-day-1-update/95-bd936a47-47fe-46ed-b3f1-c8c39fd8c237 New lawsuit seeks to block Ohio's abortion ban: 'Many Ohioans will be forced to give birth against their will' https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/ohio/lawsuit-block-ohio-abortion-ban-aclu-planned-parenthood/95-57e95175-0927-4550-82e2-f8b652c5ee2a Man arrested in police chase involving stolen vehicle connected to slain Cleveland police officer Shane Bartek pleads guilty https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/crime/anthony-butler-jr-suspect-police-chase-stolen-vehicle-slain-cleveland-police-officer-shane-bartek/95-349f0fc3-351f-4256-a004-3b4031d77c62 EMS responds to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport after 2 Hertz employees become sick from alleged unknown substance https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cuyahoga-county/cleveland-hopkins-international-airport-substance-hertz-workers-sick/95-56d7b422-11f6-49d8-99c9-a768888fa7be Sheetz drops price of Unleaded 88 gasoline to $3.99 a gallon through July 4 holiday https://www.wkyc.com/article/traffic/gas-prices/sheetz-drops-price-unleaded-88-gasoline-399-gallon-through-july-4/95-fdf5d262-46f2-4738-957d-28a2258f6ae2 They're back! Tall Ships Festival coming to Cleveland from July 7-10: What you can expect https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cleveland/cleveland-tall-ships-festival-july-2022-event-guide-schedule-tickets/95-549237e0-e1d1-4f80-b53f-e5971d553284

(#56)MORNING SHOW | Hertz discrimination class action | Squaters & Amber Heard POOP

"Research Shows....." PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 29:00


(DAWN, BLACK I.C.E & KELLI)During this episode we are dressed the discrimination that is going on with Hertz rental cars. (LOLITA CLARK)We also look into a situation where a homebuyer could not move into their home due to the previous owners refusing to leave. During our segment with Umar we discuss the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial specifically where she defecated on his bed. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/researchshows/support

Lehto's Law
Hertz Might Be Settling the False Arrest Lawsuits

Lehto's Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 9:06


They've made offers on some and say that more offers are coming. www.patreon.com/stevelehto

Twenty Thousand Hertz

What if you woke up one day, and found that you could no longer do the thing that gave you the most joy in your life? The thing that gave you purpose? The thing that defined your past, and was supposed to define your future? For our 150th episode, Dallas tells the personal story of how he lost something that meant the world to him… and how that loss eventually led him to become the person he is today. This story comes from the podcast Meditative Story. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Subscribe to Meditative Story wherever you get your podcasts. Offset your carbon footprint at wren.co. Select "Podcast" at checkout and type “Twenty Thousand Hertz” to get 10 extra trees planted in your name. Hiring? Sign up at Indeed.com/Hertz and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications, and quicker hiring times. Visit zocdoc.com/20k to download the Zocdoc app and sign up for free. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/breathe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Truck N' Hustle
#142 - Amazon “Yard Jockey” Builds 8-Figure Trucking Business, 35 Trucks!- Brandon Davis | #1 Trucking Podcast

Truck N' Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 75:21


Special thanks to our sponsors OTR Capital Learn More About Our Partner: “To Connect With A Reliable Factoring Partner For Your Trucking Business Needs Contact”: https://otrcapital.com/truck-n-hustle Or Call to speak with an account representative at (470) 900-3338 GTT Commercial Tires GTT Commercial Tires is a Tire store that is designed with the owner/operator in mind. It serves as a helpful community where “you” are always their number one priority . Whether you're a new owner/operator or have been in driving for years, their mission is to “Keep Owner Operators' in Business” that's why they go above and beyond providing superior customer service when you actually need it, educating you on proper tire care, and delivering a no BS sales experience. With Two conveniently located stores in Richmond and Petersburg Virginia and over 2,000 5 star Google reviews they a truly raising the bar and setting a new standard in Tire care Make sure you Call (800) 991-6251 to schedule your appointment now! And tell them Truck N Hustle sent you . Exodus Dispatching and Training The Exodus Logistics Learning Center (ELLC) is an online transportation, supply chain and logistics training platform. Our goal is to provide a BASIC-level overview and understanding of the complete supply chain process. If you, or someone you know, are looking to get out of the rat race of your 9-5, get your time freedom back, move towards financial independence, or just want to overall control your own destiny, reach out to us to start. Thank you. Website Address : https://www.exodusdispatchingandtraining.com/ Email Address : exoduslogisticsllc@yahoo.com or info@exodusdispatchingandtraining.com Special thanks to our guest Brandon Davis https://instagram.com/davis_eis?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= contact Davis EIS https://www.daviseis.com/ Brandon Davis was born on September 15, 1988, in Goldsboro, North Carolina. A graduate of Strayer University with a bachelor's degree in applied science and a master's in business administration. Much like the Davis EIS brand, Brandon Davis has evolved as his career path has taken place. Starting as a Class A Tanker Driver and then fulfilling the accomplishment of becoming a Career Fire Captain for the City of Goldsboro, NC. He later would take on the role as Supply Chain Leader for AmeriGas before becoming Transportation Manager for Hertz.  Brandon Davis founded Davis EIS in 2007, creating a foundation for his brand through being the lone proprietor. Mr. Davis first branched Davis EIS into corporate America in 2016, and ever since, it has expanded from its first vision as a trucking company. Davis EIS is now an integral part of logistics, marketing, contracting and real estate development.  Brandon Davis uses his expertise from his previous business adventures to drive the powerhouse of Davis EIS to rise to its pinnacle level. Davis EIS is always looking to expand its reach into new business adventures every day.

WIRED Business – Spoken Edition
Why It's Impossible to Rent a Car Right Now

WIRED Business – Spoken Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 9:37


From Avis-Budget to Hertz, traditional rental companies are struggling to restock their fleets. Now peer-to-peer upstarts are scrambling to fill the gap.

So You Want To Be A Healthcare Executive?
Kenneth T. Hertz - Principal Consultant - KTHConsulting

So You Want To Be A Healthcare Executive?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 45:03


Kenneth T. Hertz is the Principal Consultant for KTHConsultant. Prior to starting KTHConsulting Kenneth spent many years with the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) as a consultant. Kenneth's story is unique and inspiring. Having attended State University of New York at Fredonia for Music and Business, Kenneth is living proof that no matter where are you at in your career, no matter your background, you can find success in the field of healthcare administrataion. Check out his episode and be inspired.

60 Hertz Podcast
60 Hertz #41 Top Gun Maverick

60 Hertz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022


No episódio de hoje, recomendamos o filme Top Gun Maverick, em cartaz nos cinemas. Contatos: 60hertzpodcast@gmail.com https://60hertz.home.blog​​​​ Redes sociais: https://twitter.com/60hertzciencia ​​​ https://facebook.com/60hertzpodcast​​​​ https://instagram.com/60hertzciencia​​​​ https://www.tiktok.com/@60hertzciencia Pessoal: https://twitter.com/brunorfloriano​​​​ Página inicial Lives: https://twitch.tv/brunofloriano3

Eskilstuna-Kurirens Sportpodcast
Episode 182: Säckpipa på Sveaplan

Eskilstuna-Kurirens Sportpodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 68:42


Men GUUD! Hej igen, sen podd som vanligt och förlåt för det.I detta avsnitt  bjuder vi på följande:* Kurrens legendar, Johan Petterson tippar publiksiffran mellan Eskilstuna United och KIF Örebro.* Vi är på Årby IP och surrar lite inför matchen mellan Eskilstuna United och KIF Örebros F19.* Den flygande reportern och Johan Englund får surra med Johan Nygren och Karwan Safari efter matchen mellan Syrianska Eskilstuna och Hertzöga.* Vi ringer upp Eskilstuna FC:s målis Niklas McLeod där vi reder ut varifrån han är och om det var hans pappa som spelade säckpipa på Sveaplan för tiotalet år sedan.Tack för att ni lyssnar på oss..

The Morning Stream
TMS 2303: Watt Hertz

The Morning Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 81:00


It's Neither A Circus, Nor A Peanut, Discuss. Seahorse by Etsy. Dead Man Guacing. Not quite Hawaiian shirt healthy. Grant Theft Fruit: Santa Barbara. Concentrated Hell Sugar. RhymerWeiner. Duke Nukem For Never. Alien Pig Monkey. 10 Minutes, 10 Bucks, 10 Fingers. VahJoHo. Why Ruin Fridays with the 13th? Melanoma Salamander. Terrifying sex with Steven and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
TMS 2303: Watt Hertz

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 81:00


It's Neither A Circus, Nor A Peanut, Discuss. Seahorse by Etsy. Dead Man Guacing. Not quite Hawaiian shirt healthy. Grant Theft Fruit: Santa Barbara. Concentrated Hell Sugar. RhymerWeiner. Duke Nukem For Never. Alien Pig Monkey. 10 Minutes, 10 Bucks, 10 Fingers. VahJoHo. Why Ruin Fridays with the 13th? Melanoma Salamander. Terrifying sex with Steven and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

Pepite di Scienza
Il mio primo ricordo è la luce, luce tutt'intorno

Pepite di Scienza

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 7:33


In questo episodio introduciamo il concetto di luce e di campo elettromagnetico ed esploriamo alcuni aspetti chiave della fisica della luce, utilizzando anche il parallelismo con le onde sull'acqua. Per approfondire: H.R. Hertz, “Electric waves: Being researches on the propagation of Electric action with finite velocity through space”, Macmillan (1893) A. Einstein, L. Infeld, “L'evoluzione della fisica”, 1938

The Inner Chief
238. Daniel Penny, Co-Founder and MD of Mustard Creative, on going beyond the brief, working with agencies, and understanding your influence

The Inner Chief

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 61:32


In this episode of The Inner Chief podcast, you'll hear from Daniel Penny, Co-Founder and MD of Mustard Creative Agency, on going beyond the brief, working with agencies, and understanding your influence. chiefmaker.com/238 REGISTER FOR OUR JULY MINI-MBA INTAKE: chiefmaker.com/minimba Daniel co-founded Mustard Creative Agency in 2001 with his business partner. The agency has worked with well-known brands like Target, Hertz, Hisense, Coles and The Good Guys. Daniel is also the founder of LearnSpring, an online learning digital platform. In this episode we talk about: Starting a marketing and creative agency from scratch and how word-of-mouth recommendations have fuelled the business since launching; Why responding to a brief beyond what is requested is the best outcome for a client; Leading an organisation of humans and understanding your influence; and His core principles in driving employee and client engagement. Connecting with Daniel Penny You can connect with Daniel via LinkedIn Books and resources Almanack of Naval Ravikant - by Eric Jorgenson Atomic Habits - by James Clear

Who? Weekly
Martine McCutcheon, Gerard Piqué & Ari Lennox?

Who? Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 63:07


On today's Who? Weekly: "Kiley Reough", Liam Payne (oh no, not again) and Martine McCutcheon's Diet Coke habit. And that's just the first 15 minutes! The FoodGod hits Hertz to give out cheese fries, NeNe Leakes gets sued by her boyfriend's ex-wife for alienation of affection and Alan Cumming helps a former chimp co-star named Tonka. Plus: Busy, Gerard & Lori all go splitsville and Shanna Moakler auctions off her engagement ring for 96K. Ari Lennox finds a guy who likes her dog, Galactus. Dua Lipa and FKA Twigs both start rumors with Elite's Arón Piper and Rita disappoints us.... Call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments & concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode. Support us and get a ton of bonus content over on Patreon.com/WhoWeekly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Confessions of a Working Writer
Finding Your Path with Georgie Hertz

Confessions of a Working Writer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 70:56


What is the right path for a writer? Do you go to school, get the degrees, and win? Do you spend your weekends writing in a closet? Do you decide where you will go early in life? Or do you become a writer later? Maybe you run off to war? Or you could be a journalist? Just what is your writing path? That's a great question and this week we're talking with Georgia Hertz about her writing journey, process, and the things it's important to remember on your journey.Join us for another Confession of a Working Writer.Support the show

Leaders in Cleantech
Aidan McClean – UFO Drive

Leaders in Cleantech

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 47:30


What's it all about? Disruption, I love cleantech disruption, and if ever there was a market that needed disruption it was car rental. On so many levels. And that is exactly what Aidan McClean has done. We talk about that, but also the transition from corporate to start-up life, the challenges of starting from scratch, fundraising, hiring, family life, EV and Clean Energy myths and host of other topics in this fascinating chat. My first podcast recorded in a Tesla Model 3 too. About Aidan McClean:  Aidan McClean is an entrepreneur and clean technology investor who co-founded the world's first all-digital all-electric car rental company, UFODRIVE. He is passionate about exposing the truths beyond the hype around the rise of electric vehicles. His extensive research led to him writing his explosive book ELECTRIC REVOLUTION, published in March 2022. A keen cyclist and outdoorsman, Aidan was not an early adopter or advocate for electric vehicles, or particularly aware of environmental matters. However, the more he researched air pollution, climate change and the impact of fossil fuel-powered vehicles, the more passionate he became about the role electric vehicles will play in averting the impending climate disaster. About UFO Drive Aidan left behind a successful 25-year career in the financial services sector in 2017 to found UFODRIVE with his business partner and COO, Renaud Marquet. UFODRIVE was born out of a desire to help accelerate the move to clean mobility and a passion for great customer experience, guided by the following principles: easy booking; no queuing; no paperwork; great cars; transparent, all-inclusive, simple pricing; no confusing insurance options; no refuelling; and great value for money. McClean and Marquet set out to examine the car rental business in detail and understand what customers really want. In tandem they studied the coming revolution in electric cars. By combining the smartphone revolution with the coming electric car revolution, UFODRIVE has developed something unique. Its car rental location - the ‘UFO Landing Bay' - is where customers can arrive and drive – all with just their smartphone. UFODRIVE now has 18 locations across 8 countries in Europe with many more opening, including in North America and beyond. In February 2022, UFODRIVE announced a $19m series A investment round, led by Hertz. Following blind-tests of the UFODRIVE platform, the global car rental giant had decided that it was the future of direct-to-car, contactless, electric car rental. Hertz will use the UFODRIVE Software as a Service (SaaS) platform for the end-to-end management of its new fleet. Social links Aidan McClean on LinkedIn: (99+) Aidan McClean | LinkedIn Aidan McClean on Twitter Aidan McClean (@AidanMcClean) / Twitter Aidan McClean website: Aidan McClean UFO Drive website: UFODRIVE | Radically Better Car Rental | Easy, Exciting & Electric UFO Drive on Twitter: UFODRIVE (@UFODriveTweets) / Twitter UFO Drive on Instagram: UFODRIVE - A Better Car Rental (@ufodrive) • Instagram photos and videos EPISODE LINKS ELECTRIC REVOLUTION: Myths & Truths about Electric Vehicles and Climate Disaster ELECTRIC REVOLUTION: Myths & Truths about Electric Vehicles and Climate Disaster: Amazon.co.uk: McClean, Aidan: 9789998790216: Books Follow us online, write a review (please) or subscribe I'm very keen to hear feedback on the podcast and my guests, and to hear your suggestions for future guests or topics. Contact via the website, or Twitter.

The Mike Wagner Show
Los Angeles authors of Love Hertz Aaron Mostow and Kevin Flores are my very special guests!

The Mike Wagner Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 42:42


Los Angeles authors of Love Hertz Aaron Mostow and Kevin Flores talk about their new book described as a romantic comedy with a Sci-Fi twist about a struggling DJ named Taj in his 20's striving to succeed at his musical endeavors and finding love! Aaron is the founder of Catapult World and Kevin is a DJ/producer born in East Los Angeles and are seasoned veterans in the L.A. creative community coming from culturally rich backgrounds with their mutual love for the EDM community and their collaboration with dancer/film writer Rodolfo Tagle III! Check out the amazing book today on Amazon and www.lovehertzbook.com today! #lovehertz #losangeles #author #aaronmostow #kevinflores #rodolfotagle #romanticcomedy #DJ #dancer #EDM #taj #catapultworld #eastlosangeles #LAcreativecommunity #amazon #audible #iheartradio #spreaker #spotify #itunes #googleplay #applemusic #youtube #podbean #anchorfm #mikewagner #themikewagnershow #mikewagnerlovehertz #themikewagnershowlovehertz

Elimination of the Snakes
Elimination of the Snakes - Show #648

Elimination of the Snakes

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 65:44


Life and political podcast.  Brought to you from The Divided States of America. Dan's doing great on the health front. Grumpy old men. Dan spent some time on facebook. Fact or Crap: Two right for Dan, one for John. Mail Bag: ( eots@email.com ) No mail this week. Some good news: Scuba divers pull 25000 pounds of trash from Lake Tahoe. The rest of the news: Update: Kiel, Wisconsin school district charges kids for using wrong pronouns. Monona Grove student files civil rights lawsuit alleging "unreasonable search" for drugs during field trip. Uvalde, Texas school shooting. Netflix's layoffs are just the beginning of streaming's correction. If you've rented a car from Hertz, there could be a warrant out for your arrest. Video of the Week: On the Horrific Texas Shooting

Twenty Thousand Hertz
Ghosts in the (Hit) Machine

Twenty Thousand Hertz

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 31:40


Many of today's biggest songs are written and produced by people whose names don't appear anywhere in the credits. They're called ghostwriters and ghost producers, and they're a huge part of the music industry. So what's it like to watch your song become a hit when you can't legally talk about it? And how do you get in the mindset of a legendary rap star, in order to write verses for them? Featuring rapper and ghost songwriter Skyzoo and producer Dame Taylor. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Explore music education classes with Monster Sessions. Hiring? Sign up at Indeed.com/Hertz and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications, and quicker hiring times. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/ghostsinthehitmachine Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mason & Ireland
05-20 HR 3: Office or Coffee Shop?

Mason & Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 71:52


Should businesses get rid of offices and have their employees work in coffee shops? A woman was charged 40 bucks for crying during a visit!? Also, Tom Brady made fun of himself in a Hertz commercial. Who has a better commercial him or Matt Stafford? Plus, Pedro Baez is BACK with the Dodgers on a Minor League deal. Another edition of GAME OF GAMES leads to CROSSTALK WITH SEDANO AND KAP! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

LifeMinute Podcast
Tom Brady Encourages "Let's Go!" Moments in New Hertz Ads

LifeMinute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 2:00


The NFL seven-time world champion stars in the latest campaign featuring a catchy jingle from OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder

LifeMinute Podcast: Entertainment
Tom Brady Encourages "Let's Go!" Moments in New Hertz Ads

LifeMinute Podcast: Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 2:00


The NFL seven-time world champion stars in the latest campaign featuring a catchy jingle from OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder

MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend
Love Hertz - Aaron Mostow, Kevin Flores, Rodolfo Tagle

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 68:57


You can learn more about the book at http://lovehertzbook.com.PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/minddogtvSponsors:KOA Coffee https://koacoffee.com/?sscid=21k6_79g17FIVERR https://go.fiverr.com/visit/?bta=86037&brand=fiverrcpa&utm_campaign=minddogTVSOUTHWEST RAPID REWARDS https://swa.eyjo.net/c/3290446/517226/4705SUPPORT THE HAPPY MINUTE https://ko-fi.com/minddogtvTRUE FIRE GUITAR MASTERY: http://prf.hn/click/camref:1101lkzyk/pubref:minddogGet Koa Coffee at minddogtv.com/coffee

Using the Whole Whale Podcast
High inflation hits food banks hard (news)

Using the Whole Whale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 22:39


High Inflation Continues To Impact Sector, Including Food Banks As inflationary pressures keep year-over-year price increases high, food banks see both an increase in demand and a shortage of supply. Food pantries across the country are dealing both with an increase in demand due to broader consumer-facing prices, as well as a harder time keeping up with supply because of the same price increases. The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports that “Some of Feeding America's food pantry partners have closed because of dwindling donations and higher costs for receiving and delivering food. Others have less food on their shelves even though they have higher demand.” The article goes on to highlight the vital importance that food banks serve and that folks who need the assistance they provide might be more diverse than the broader public realizes. Read more ➝   Summary Nonprofits on Both Sides of Abortion Issue See Increase in Donations | The Chronicle of Philanthropy  Independent Sector Issues Statement on Mass Shooting in Buffalo The Guggenheim Museum, Which Long Resisted Calls to Drop the Sackler Name, Has Finally Quietly Removed It | Artnet News HFPA Considers Selling Assets, Dropping Nonprofit Status | Yahoo Entertainment Oregon nonprofit that turns trash into art lands permanent display at the Smithsonian | KGW.com      Transcript [00:00:00] This week on the nonprofit newsfeed, we're talking about high inflation and how it's having impacts on food banks, as well as a bevy of other social impact issues. Nick, how is. [00:00:12] It's going good, George. [00:00:13] it's just trying to, always just trying to keep up last week was a little weird from the financial side. I'm glad we're not a financial podcast, but a few things went sideways and you know, I think that comes back to the larger issue of inflation going on. [00:00:27] That is. Great segue into our first story that is talking about some of those broader trends, economic trends that you were talking about. Namely inflation and our lead story comes from the Chronicle philanthropy, which is supporting that hi Felician is continuing to impact many nonprofits, but food banks in particular. [00:00:50] And it turns out that many food banks across the United States are being. From both directions, essentially, you have more people needing food assistance because of higher food prices and food banks, having trouble keeping up with that higher demand because of higher food and supply chain issues. So. [00:01:14] Yeah, lots of food banks are feeling the pinch, both with supply and demand, kind of impacting their ability to, to provide for, for folks. The article goes on to state that some of feeding America's food pantry partners have closed because of dwindling donations and higher costs for receiving and delivering food. [00:01:34] Others have less food on their shelves, even though they have higher demand. So you kind of have the economics of this. Hitting where Hertz in both directions. And unfortunately the inflation numbers came out and it slowed marginally with the most recent data. But inflation continues to be a really serious problem heading in this case, food pantries, where it hurts. [00:01:56] I think it's important to note that the general consumer price index CPI is it's not accurate for everyone. It is not inclusive of what might be hitting. Some people that are maybe more dependent on travel by car or at the grocery store for different types of materials. But the high-level here. [00:02:19] Compared to last year at this time, we're about 50% down and where we have received and past feral food donations, and about 20% down from food drives in our collection of food from the grocery store, says the executive director, Tyra Jackson there. And it's it. It's tough. It is tough because you're also talking about donations that may have come and picked up by truck by car. [00:02:43] And there are a few donations being. In addition to people needing it more. So, you know, you're going to see this certainly at food, food pantries among others, but something that we really wanted to pull out as a, as a major, a major narrative as only gonna continue as as inflation and gas prices continue to, to pinch organizations that serve the most vulnerable in our. [00:03:06] Yeah, George, I think that's a great analysis. And just as an aside, I was talking with a colleague at our company who she and her partner volunteered at a food bank down in the Nashville area. And. When they were volunteering there, they found out that the food bank was actually closing two weeks later and that all of those resources were disappearing. [00:03:28] So this is very real. This is being felt tangibly by a lot of people. Unfortunately, the most vulnerable people and just calling out to an article. Or featured on this podcast almost a year ago now, but when you look at the statistics of folks on food stamps or folks needing food assistance, it is much more broad and diverse than I think a lot of Americans realize, and that food insecurity is a much bigger and. [00:04:00] Yeah, I'm a much bigger problem than I think most people realize. So it's something we'll continue to follow. [00:04:06] Great. Should we move into our summer yard? Yeah. [00:04:10] Let's do it. Our first article from the summary comes again from the Chronicle of philanthropy. And this is that nonprofits on both sides of the abortion issue are seeing an increase in donations. This was something that we predicted. It's not that hard, a prediction to make. Something we've talked about would happen a couple of weeks ago, of course, with the draft Supreme court decision propelling Roe vs. [00:04:37] Wade. And at this point How the Supreme court is poised to strike that down, back into the forefront of the narrative here. And there are so many organizations on both sides of this issue, local organizations, national organizations, and this is now the most important or most salient, I should say, policy debate in America right now. [00:05:02] So no surprise that non-profits are seeing an increase in donations. It will be interesting to see. How long this lasts. We often talk about how giving because of various news events and attention to these issues have very short life cycles. We talked about donations to Afghanistan, which lasted, everyone was talking about Afghanistan for about 10 days and then nothing. [00:05:30] Right. So it'd be interesting to see here. Especially as it relates to broader kind of political narratives in the United States. The one difference with this is that that decision from the Supreme court has actually not been officially dropped down yet. It's expected to be released in June. [00:05:48] So that, that news cycle we'll get another bump in June when it eventually does drop. But what's your take on the story? [00:05:55] Yeah, it's kind of hard because we're still just sort of pulling in this article at anecdotal evidence and narratives, large narratives like planned parenthood, Federation of America, talking about how. , spokesperson, they're saying they got 70,000, 70,000 new supporters that had signed on with the organization either as donors or volunteers and had received tens of thousands of new one-time gifts. [00:06:21] And the thinking is that if Roe is overturned, the organization's base of supporters are only going to continue to grow and counter narratives there. Pro-life across America, probably of. Groups has not seen a rise in donations since the week, but other smaller ones have said, there's a couple extra thousand here or there coming in. [00:06:40] So still, , I, I, I'm hesitant to draw a macro narratives other than to say, there's going to be an increase amount of volume here. I think this is the first sort of earthquake social earthquake. This announcement ripples are starting to be felt, but I think the big ones still to come. Potential actual decision would be landing. [00:07:01] That would be the summer. Right? Nick, you know, I, I don't know why July is in my mind, but [00:07:05] Yeah, I think end of June a lot has something to do with the docket. Yeah, [00:07:11] so we'll see. But within the next one to two months, general, [00:07:16] I would say from a strategy standpoint, this was the first press it, but the, the wave of. News and attention is going to be very, very intense. And as all things intense, it will burn brightly and briefly, unfortunately, and then come down to that steady drum beat. So you are an organization that is near or adjacent to this topic. [00:07:38] I would be very much prepared for how you pull in. Monthly sustaining donors in that moment of emotion when emotions are at its peak, because the work is going to take quite some time and it's not a one and done it is something that should it should be part of a, a longer term movement that is is going to take a lot of resources. [00:08:01] Absolutely. That's a great framing. I for one I'm done with earthquakes for, for another decade, no more society altering earthquakes. But unfortunately we have another one. To talk about. And we're framing this around a press release from independent sector, which is a national membership organization that brings together nonprofits and foundations and corporate giving partners. [00:08:28] But they put out a press release, acknowledging the violence in Buffalo over the weekend. That being that over the weekend, a white supremacist went into a supermarket in Buffalo, New York shot. 13 people, 11 of whom were black and 10 of whom died. This was an over act of racism and white supremacy was very, very clear. [00:08:52] And We see the nonprofit community responding here. I don't really know. What more to what non-profits can can do about this. This is, this is hard, a hard, very hard problem to solve. And of course, there's lots of organizations that work in this space, the Southern poverty law center and civil rights organizations that of course over the past couple of days have been really highlighting how national political discourses lending itself to this, these far right ideologies and extremist ideologies. [00:09:25] But Yeah, just unfortunately, and another tragic day in a long string of mass shootings that we experienced in this country. [00:09:32] We saw the narrative, certainly of gun rights and organizations like our town saying reasonable things. Like, I dunno, maybe we shouldn't allow citizens to run around with assault rifles , these high capacity magazines and the ability to, to do that much damage in that period of time, there was another narrative around. [00:09:51] How this was actually streamed on Twitch, which can lead to copycats and narratives that this shooter was partially inspired by Christ church shooting, which was also incredibly terrible, but this sort of mimicry of when people see it is a, a dog whistle and just very dark motivation for, for certain people that clearly need help. [00:10:14] Like this is somebody who needs. Folks that are, , drawn to this type of thought, unfortunately, and this type of action then there's a new piece that seemed to be coming out, which I I'm starting to see nonprofits touch on, which is the narrative around replacement theory. And I'm not going to go into it in so much as, you know, giving it any sort of, even the word theory there it is. [00:10:39] It is a white supremacist fever dream, and I don't curse on this podcast, but I would, if I could, because it's it's a narrative that is unfortunately use because it's pulled into media narratives and reiterated on shows like Tucker Carlson, but it has a very, very dark and dangerous, extreme narrative to it. [00:11:02] And so there may be opportunities for if this does touch on a non-profits work in association with. You know, immigration, anything that supports black or brown people and their rights in this country to, take a look at it and see where your voice on it could, could lend a larger and more clarifying narratives on it. [00:11:25] Absolutely George. I couldn't agree more. And quite frankly, I want to see tech companies take a far more aggressive stance on combating this quite frankly. It's unacceptable. The video was five streamed and is just it's. So you type it into Google. It's the first thing you see that is unacceptable. And I would love to see greater efforts behalf of big tech to work with nonprofits and civil society to, to attempt to mitigate this. [00:11:58] Because quite frankly, it's the pervasiveness of these kind of fringe ideas. And I know that's a whole other thing, but I think that there can be a lot more done. And I think that nonprofits and civil society should be invited to play a role in. [00:12:13] Yeah. I don't know what the right answer is. I get worried sometimes about. The narratives that take hold and whether or not it's used as an excuse to go after big tech. The truth is Twitch took that down within two minutes, which is a heck of a lot more impressive in terms of a timeframe than what Facebook did. [00:12:32] A company, 10 X its size with Facebook live. The truth is the ability to publish on the web. Can't be fully blocked. And by saying like, if only it was taken down, what in thirties. If only it was taken down in 10 seconds, I just don't understand the channeling of the social solution. Can't be a faster form of censorship. [00:12:56] Would've stopped this. I'm not, I'm not buying that as a solution, giving that child that 18 year old, maybe not access to a assault rifle. Would be maybe where I start followed by again, pointing toward being very careful when someone's consuming certain types of content in an extreme environment. And also this individual was given access to body armor. [00:13:26] And so the whole narrative of good guy with a gun didn't matter because this person was actually shot at. And it didn't matter because we have turned extremists into super soldiers with over the counter shit. You can get it well, So I, I'm sorry, I'm not buying if only Twitch took it down and got Dan two minutes, I'm not, I'm not buying that sale. [00:13:45] That's fair. That's a fair, that's a fair argument. I agree with you the much more. Proactive way of dealing with this is a gun laws in New York actually has this red flag gun law that should have prevented the shooter from accessing this firearm. And for whatever reason, [00:14:02] Yeah, I haven't seen the full near, I mean, just, I haven't seen the full narrative, but you know, there's more, there's more guns and people in this country. So I don't know. [00:14:10] I agree. Our thoughts are with the families and everyone affected by, by this fine. Our next story comes from news.art net.com. And this is about the Guggenheim museum, which has long resisted calls to drop the Sackler name, the Sackler family, being the family owners of the Purdue pharma corporation has finally quietly removed the Sackler name from. From the building, the Guggenheim has come under lots of criticism and there's been sit in protests at the museum and attempt to bring to light how this family's money is, is as you know. [00:14:53] highlighted throughout this museum as a donor. [00:14:56] And yeah, George authored this to you. I think I have. Complicated FOBTs here and being a new Yorker, we're both new Yorkers. You walk through any museum, the Guggenheim, the met every exhibit is a who's who of corporate power in America, half the ma is named after the Koch brothers. You know? So it's yeah, I wonder what your take is on this. [00:15:21] It's kind of dovetails a bit also with when we were talking about how. Russian oligarchs were giving in the west to legitimize and cause wash disreputable actions and reputation, and to build themselves up, the nonprofit industry does offer this sort of pathway to respectability at a price. And the question is. [00:15:48] Is it appropriately priced? Should that be for sale? I think this is a big move because clearly the Sackler name like has donated quite a bit to, to the arts and the arts are incredibly important, but maybe not as important as the fact that what they have done to. Drug addiction. And this country is probably unparalleled from other companies in terms of it's devastation. [00:16:20] And , maybe you don't give them the social acceptance pass, but hopefully this is something that reverberates out there that it's also hard. If you're an art, I try to put on the other side of it, like there's somebody on the fundraising team of a struggling museum trying to preserve. [00:16:37] You know, history and legacy of fill in the blank type of art that already struggles. And to say like, oh, you're not allowed to take, you know, money from somebody who that happened to make it from oil from this. So like, you know, where do you draw the line? I mean, I draw the line there, the Sacklers, but you know, it is, it makes, it makes for an interesting conversation, I think in philanthropic communities and maybe even. [00:17:02] Just to bring it back to a listener right now you might want to have with, you know, your board and your supporters being like, you know, who would we not take money from if we did Y what would we do? You know, I think there's a lot of folks that take it and be like, oh, you can make a donation, but sorry, we can't name you. [00:17:18] Like, what did you just do? They're like, all right, we're, we're playing this weird sort of moral shell game. [00:17:25] Yeah, I think that's as an interesting analysis and to your point, I would not want to be the fundraiser I'm responsible for that, but definitely something to talk about. Within your organization. Another organization that's been doing a lot of talking within itself is the Hollywood foreign press association, which you may know as the obscure organization that is responsible for hosting and promoting the golden Globes in Hollywood. [00:17:55] So the Hollywood foreign press has been criticized pretty substantially in the past couple of years for. And I think rightly so and incredible lack of diversity kind of opaque voting processes. And as it turns out this organization, which is a nonprofit actually is reincorporating itself as essentially a business they're selling off assets, they're going to drop their nonprofit status and attempt to boost the golden Globes As a ceremony, I guess. [00:18:29] I'm not as well versed in pop culture as nearly anyone, but it's kind of an interesting move. [00:18:38] Yeah, I don't know. I thought it was just funny that it didn't even Dawn on me that the Hollywood foreign press association was a nonprofit. There are a lot of non-profits out there operating for, for better or worse or for interesting. And I'm always curious when there's a transition, either from a non-profit to for-profit for-profit to nonprofit. [00:18:57] I tend to see this a lot less, the, the move. And I just curious to watch what the net effect is. If anything interesting comes of it, you know, we'll bring it up, but you know, good luck. Sorry. You're leading the team. Am I. [00:19:12] I. [00:19:13] don't know if it gets us. Ricky Jervais is one more year of cringe-worthy. Self-loathing Hollywood criticism all sign up for that highlight reel. [00:19:24] Yeah. As long as, you know, I feel maybe touch better that any profit they happen to be making off of that particular spectacle isn't tax tax subsidized [00:19:34] Hmm. [00:19:35] touch better. [00:19:35] There you go. All right. How about a feel-good story, George? [00:19:39] Sounds perfect. [00:19:41] All right. This is from a local NBC affiliate. K G w. Dot com out of Oregon and it talks about an Oregon nonprofit that's on a mission to bring awareness to plastic pollution by turning trash into treasure and has landed a permanent display at the Smithsonian museum of natural history in a. [00:20:04] Washington DC. And essentially they've processed 37,000 tons of plastic from Oregon's beaches. And they've created 87 works of art and the art as looking at some of the pictures kind of like wide ranging implications. But the, or vision it's a wide vision. But it seems to me that you're keeping trash out of the ocean and creating something beautiful. [00:20:31] Sounds like a winning company. [00:20:33] I look at this just incredibly creative to take the exact problem that is destroying sea life and turn it into incredible works of art, which then forced people to, to see this. And, you know, there's this beautiful picture of a turtle created by all of the plastic junk and it just hits you so tangibly to see something at one striking beautiful something you'd associate with nature, but then realize that that that is exactly. [00:21:03] These animals are consuming in the wild increasing amounts of plastic, which have a devastating, devastating impact on ecosystem could be ideas also, as you work on various issues of how do I take the thing that is the biggest threat and turn it into the medium of awareness. And there's something beautiful about this. [00:21:24] I love it. Thanks George. [00:21:27] Thanks Nick.  

Shift and Steer
Episode #340: VW Scout, $1M Dune Buggy and the Return of the Hertz Rental

Shift and Steer

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 58:39


It's the All-Pal edition with Brad & the Motorator and this week's show is fully loaded! They talk about a large upcoming acquisition, the return of a classic 4x4, and the 900 horsepower Dune Buggy!

Sicha In Depth
Chelek 17, Behar 2 - Rabbi Baruch Hertz

Sicha In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 34:38


Chelek 17, Behar 2 - Rabbi Baruch Hertz

The Blockchain Debate Podcast
Motion: Bitcoin mining is good for the grid (Lee Bratcher vs. Ben Hertz-Shargel)

The Blockchain Debate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 75:39


Guests:Lee Bratcher (twitter.com/lee_bratcher)Ben Hertz-Shargel (twitter.com/benhertzshargel)Host:Richard Yan (twitter.com/gentso09)Today's motion is “Bitcoin mining is good for the grid.”Bitcoin advocates think bitcoin is a good invention for many reasons, one of which is that it makes the power grid more robust. In 2021, Senator Ted Cruz of Texas made the claim that Bitcoin is, and I quote, “a way to strengthen our energy infrastructure.”But is it? How exactly does bitcoin mining make the grid more robust?In today's debate, I wanted to focus more on whether bitcoin is good for the grid, not whether bitcoin is good. So I try to steer the conversation away from whether bitcoin is a societal good, independent of its impact on the electric grid.One of our guests today is a researcher in the subject matter of electric power grids. The other guest runs a trade group that tries to advocate for bitcoin and crypto industries in the state of Texas.If you're into crypto and like to hear two sides of the story, be sure to also check out our previous episodes. We've featured some of the best known thinkers in the crypto space.If you would like to debate or want to nominate someone, please DM me at @blockdebate on Twitter.Please note that nothing in our podcast should be construed as financial advice.Source of select items discussed in the debate (and supplemental material):https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/04/bitcoin-miners-say-theyre-fixing-texas-electric-grid-ted-cruz-agrees.htmlhttps://www.utilitydive.com/news/bitcoin-mining-as-a-grid-resource-its-complicated/617896/https://www.dallasnews.com/business/energy/2021/11/29/why-cryptocurrency-miners-pose-the-next-big-threat-to-the-texas-electric-grid/https://www.woodmac.com/industry/power-and-renewables/grid-edge-service/Guest bios:Lee Bratcher is the President and Founder of the Texas Blockchain Council. The Texas Blockchain Council is an industry association that seeks to make Texas the jurisdiction of choice for Bitcoin, crypto and blockchain. The TBC helped to research two pieces of blockchain legislation that were passed by the state's Legislative body signed into effect by state Governor.Ben Hertz-Shargel is Global Head of Grid Edge at Wood Mackenzie, where he leads research across electrification, distributed energy resources, and demand flexibility. He is a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center and serves on the external Advisory Committee of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's Energy and Environment Program. Ben holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from UCLA and spent a decade developing demand response technology.

Hard Factor
5/12/22: Canadian Amazon Loves C&*k? Which One's Worse, South Koreans Reverse Aging, and Police Chase Sex

Hard Factor

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 68:55


On today's Hard Factor… Canadian Amazon is scrambling to remove “i love cock” clothes for kids (00:20:56); The most requested segment in the history of Hard Factor - Which One’s Worse (00:34:23); South Koreans are all getting at least 1 year younger (00:46:30); Australia’s version of “The Chase” (00:57:33); and Much more… (00:00:00) - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time (00:04:34) - Fun Fact: Rory McIlroy’s Dad and Gambling in the British Isles are Awesome (00:07:35) - RIP iPods and Seattle Mariners (00:11:18) - Crypto Tank Continues with Luna UST and Coinbase Bonks… plus Blackrock (00:16:39) - Hertz to rent new GT Mustangs (00:19:30) - Mike Tyson to get No Charges for Plane Flight (00:20:56) - Cream of the Crop: Canadian Amazon Loves Cock Which One’s Worse?? (00:34:23) - South Carolina Murdering boyfirend gets caught having heart attack while digging girlfirend’s grave (00:37:50) - Michigan Jeep owner being sued for mechanic killing another mechanic with his car TikTok International Moment (00:46:30) - South Korea - new President Yoon Suk-yeon is going to make everyone at least 1 year younger (00:51:20) - Sri Lanka - Economic collapse leads to resigned PM (00:52:27) - Russia - Putin skips Hockey Game and looks Blotchy (00:53:11) - Mars - NASA found an Alien Door to a Tunnel on Mars (00:54:00) - Switzerland - The Large Hadron Collider is Back and Stronger than Ever The Chase Down Unda (00:57:33) - Aussie Man commits coolest crime possible - Sex on the Run. These stories, and much more, brought to you by our incredible sponsors: Noom Mood - Worry less and feel happier. Sign up for your trial at https://Noom.com/FACTOR Sunday - Full-season plans start at just $129, and you can get 20% off at checkout when you visit https://GetSunday.com/Factor Fast Growing Trees - Go to https://FastGrowingTrees/FACTOR right now, and you’ll get 15% off your entire order Go to store.hardfactor.com and patreon.com/hardfactor to support the pod with incredible merch and bonus podcasts Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480, send us a voice memo to hardfactorvoicemail@gmail.com, and/or leave a 5-Star review on Apple Podcasts to hear it on Friday's show Other Places to Listen: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Lots More... Watch Full Episodes on YouTube Follow @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and

We Are Auto
65. Mercedes AMG and will.i.am, Hertz and Shelby, 2023 Range Rover Sport | News

We Are Auto

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:19


Thank you for listening to We Are Auto, the podcast about cars - for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts! Please leave a 5 Star rating and write a review!   In episode 65: - Mercedes AMG and will.i.am create custom one-off - Hertz and Shelby collab for the new GT500-H - The new 2023 Range Rover Sport            and more! Follow us on Instagram @weareauto_ and like us on Facebook!

The Berean Manifesto
S3EP78 - Not about Roe

The Berean Manifesto

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 52:02


Pastor Bill: [0:00] Hello and welcome to season 3 episode 78 of the Berean Manifesto. Intro And Outro Music Pastor Bill: [0:08] And love for the modern Christian I'm Pastor Bill and I'm joined as always, by baldy over here Pastor newms all the way from the state of Tennessee and the last week I said joined by always instead of as always and we had some fun with that and I made it. Pastor Newms: [0:24] There was no by you just said joined always. Pastor Bill: [0:29] Joined I always whatever it was. Pastor Newms: [0:31] You just said joined always lies if we were conjoined and it was very we did. Pastor Bill: [0:35] We had a lot of fun with it and I clipped it and I put it on my twitch my Tick-Tock so that was a lot of fun so. Pastor Newms: [0:44] Yes I'm talking about the new shirt. Pastor Bill: [0:47] Bigs pointed out this is the the next shirt design that we're highlighting that we're going to be selling at Dallas Pride on June 4th we've got a nice. Heart ish looking symbol and the middle it's not. It's open to interpretation what it is but if it makes me I when I see it I see like it's kind of like a heart you know and then it's just fully loved along this one side and it's got the two scriptures in the and the website down there, and so that's one of the shirts and then it's got all the colors of the rainbow and once again it is featuring a saint, there's just turned and positioned in a in an interesting way to yeah to. The heart looking shape so this is one of the shirts that will be selling it pride cool all right passengers how was your. Pastor Newms: [1:52] Looks pretty good I worked a bunch and play games bunch and did not, we did not stream this week for the church we did know gaming with the pastors are our gameplay was quite Limited. Pastor Bill: [2:11] We didn't do a lot of gaming even. Pastor Newms: [2:13] Will you didn't you were busy. Pastor Bill: [2:15] I was making that I said we I was making that Mother's Day present for my chillins mama. Pastor Newms: [2:26] Yeah and so not a ton of stuff real busy at work work is work is crazy busy right now is I don't see it slowing down anytime soon. Pastor Bill: [2:37] Can I just say this shirt is super soft. Pastor Newms: [2:40] Didn't you get the kinds that we really like. Pastor Bill: [2:44] Um for the new Free Hug shirts I did, this is not quite the same blend but it is so soft that I'm tempted to just not wear an undershirt in the future when I wear these shirts. Pastor Newms: [3:00] That's interesting I. Pastor Bill: [3:02] Which is weird for me. Pastor Newms: [3:03] I realized like 30 seconds before going live then I'm not even wearing a graphic tee and I'm just literally wearing a George shirt from Walmart and, which I usually don't do on Sunday nights. Pastor Bill: [3:14] But you love those George shirt. Pastor Newms: [3:15] Love these George sure I don't know what it is about them recently that they are just phenomenal they've upped their game which. Pastor Bill: [3:24] Nominally. Pastor Newms: [3:25] Which is crazy because. Pastor Bill: [3:28] Prince Ali yes it is he. Pastor Newms: [3:32] I don't like Target I was I'm always been a Walmart person it might have something to do with work. Pastor Bill: [3:38] Now you're going to you're going to upset the cult of. Pastor Newms: [3:41] I understand it's fine. Pastor Bill: [3:42] We're going to get angry. Pastor Newms: [3:43] I'm sure that's not the only one we're going to get angry emails about by the end of this night but that's beside the. Pastor Bill: [3:47] Man. Pastor Newms: [3:48] So I wouldn't do a Target and like zaidi and said targets close have gone downhill and I went in there and it looks, Walmart like all the all the things were just piles of clothes and there was trash in the aisles and it was it was all kinds of like. Pastor Bill: [4:23] I love that it looked like Walmart and then proceeds to list off all of these horrible things that we're going on. Pastor Newms: [4:32] But the quality of clothes supposedly has gone down I don't know I don't buy their clothes I barely by Walmart clothes I barely buy clothes I still have clothes from high school. Pastor Bill: [4:44] Minion gun on Twitch says that they love targets button up shirt. Pastor Newms: [4:48] Never tried one they might they might be. Pastor Bill: [4:51] I wouldn't know. Pastor Newms: [4:52] They might be great. Pastor Bill: [4:53] I used to buy you know I used to buy a lot of clothes from Walmart until I got too big they don't so close in my size, and target has never sold clothes in my size, once I you know turn 16 I couldn't buy clothes it targeted me more because they were all too small for me so yeah and now I exclusively by a big and tall stores for everything not because I'm tall but because, um so I don't really have a favorite for clothes Walmart or Target because none of their clothes fit me you'd think in the country with an obesity epidemic, um we would be easier to get clothes for a fat person but it's not it's not easy getting close as a fat person, so Pastor Newms: [5:45] No it's not um how was your week. Pastor Bill: [5:52] My week was good I feel good this week, I got up at a good time most days I wasn't like drugging myself on the bed and and so I've just I don't know I've had a good feeling this week I've gotten, back to being able to eat salads every day this week I did that so that that always helps make me feel a little better too but I don't know I just had to really good good week and I look good. So all right well it's time for getting to know the pastures and we've already gone through my whole deck. Pastor Newms: [6:31] So Pastor Bill: [6:32] And I thought I had another interview deck but I don't see it I'll have to look for it again this week so we'll go ahead and pull a card from your deck and see where we go. Pastor Newms: [6:41] All right so what would your dream house look like be as descriptive as possible. Pastor Bill: [6:50] My dream house be as descriptive as possible. Pastor Newms: [6:53] Not where you live is that pretty much the only way. Pastor Bill: [6:58] So I want a house that's got like one floor for each person and then one floor, as the communal living area at the bottom and then it's got to have the elevators and then all Glass Walls once you get above a couple of floors so you can see the scenery out, and other than that I don't really have any of them just give me some elevators get me up there. Pastor Newms: [7:25] See you in mines exactly the opposite it would be completely underground cave system Style with you know everything that that. Pastor Bill: [7:34] But see that's the beauty of our relationship is it could be the same building. Pastor Newms: [7:40] With lots and lots of rooms. Pastor Bill: [7:42] Yours floors could be sub and my floors could be out and and Minion got on Twitch made a nice callback to an Audio Adrenaline classic. Pastor Newms: [7:51] He just wants a big house a big big house. Pastor Bill: [7:55] Big house a big big house with lots and lots of rooms big big yard where we can play football that sounds like my father's house. Pastor Newms: [8:08] Yeah it's it's definitely. Yeah I am not one that cares a lot about what the house looks like I'm more about the function, I don't like a lot of windows I don't like a lot of that kind of stuff I prefer, closed spaces underground is nice also because the heating and air bills are lower because it holds temperature better and these new 3D printed houses are pretty nice if you 3D printed the bunker and then. Pastor Bill: [8:47] Something that happened this week as well you brought up 3D printed houses and zaidi was like a what now. Pastor Newms: [8:54] What what's a 3D printed house. Pastor Bill: [8:56] What are you talking about 3D print and I bet in her brain she was literally thinking of the little 3D printers and like 3D printing one little piece at a time. Pastor Newms: [9:05] And putting it together because she's like she's like like a prefab house and I'm like. Pastor Bill: [9:19] Yeah they come in with a big machine and it spits out concrete in the design around and around and back and forth around around just like 3D printing its snake. Pastor Newms: [9:31] Yeah it's a lot of fun. Pastor Bill: [9:36] So you'd live underground and I would live up as high as possible, and it could all be the same house and I could just feel like I need to go to the studio and I get in my elevator and I hit sub-sub bait subfloor one and that's like this the studio like we worked there and, record podcast and stuff that'd be fun. 11 or but one end or both of us needs to win the lottery a couple times and make that a reality. Pastor Newms: [10:02] Good luck. Pastor Bill: [10:04] That's that's why they'll never happen for me right there good luck. Pastor Newms: [10:12] And yes Biggs we actually cuz me and Biggs were doing a puzzle today we had the windows open to you know so we didn't have unnatural light and we did we complained the whole time and, yes the only thing above ground I believe needs to be a castle turret just. Pastor Bill: [10:32] A moat and some turrets. Pastor Newms: [10:33] Just a moat and some turrets in everyone's like where's the rest of the house uh-huh. Pastor Bill: [10:37] It's underneath is underneath that I need the. Pastor Newms: [10:39] Don't worry about it. Pastor Bill: [10:41] You do if you don't know you don't need. [10:48] All right so, let's Unite we are. Going to be breaching something that's touchy and I think everybody saw this coming because of everything that's been going on this week but first thing I want to I want to poll is. Are we. Team depth or team heard because it seems like it would be hard to be team heard it had to be like Team Russia to be team heard at this point. Pastor Newms: [11:22] It's real hard to, I have not consumed all of it on purpose but I know I have been boycotting d.c. for a while just, from the beginning so I'll let that you can take that to mean whatever you would like. Pastor Bill: [11:48] Because you are already team death. Pastor Newms: [11:49] Yeah so but the. Is either person perfect know both people had issues made mistakes blah blah blah. I believe one didn't lie as much and I believe one didn't. Cause issues as much but it's always hard in those types of situations too. Do you know we have a we have a thoughts process of, we have to believe you know, certain aspects we have to love we have to respect we have to you know and so I've left it very much I don't know as Phoenix said, as the evidence is come out we're pretty much able to make some determinations but it is still always hard with situations like that. Pastor Bill: [13:12] All right everything came out this week was a leak from the Supreme Court. Pastor Newms: [13:20] There was. Pastor Bill: [13:20] Right there was a leak from the Supreme Court and the leak said and it was a draft of a. A majority opinion the majority opinion means it's the the winner of a, of a court case to have a majority opinion someone's chosen to write the majority opinion and someone's chosen to RIT right the dissenting opinion the majority opinion is of well this is why the court agreed and gave favor too the dissenting opinion is always well this is why certain judges voted against in a court case. Pastor Newms: [14:01] Hm Pastor Bill: [14:02] And this majority opinion LED everyone who read it to believe because it almost point-blank said it that the cases of Roe and Casey were both going to have to be overturned. Moving forward and so this put a lot of people up in arms and there's a lot of turmoil going on and there's a lot of, rhetoric being used now back and forth but what. [14:41] Hertz is the right word me the most is the Christian rhetoric so I want to start off and and just, relate something from my past right quick and then we'll look at a couple of scriptures and then we'll break down kind of, how we should look at situations like this I'm not going to tell you what to believe on the topic your, a human being that's capable of hearing from the Holy Spirit and making your own mind up but I want to I want to, just illuminate the areas and and it's going to be tough it's it's it's a tough issue but we don't shy away from tough issues just because they're tough, um we want to talk about things like this and not Echo chamber talk but actually have a critical conversation about, you know how we see things and how we portray ourselves and how Christianity is being portrayed and so. Take a trip back with me several several years ago before. Not before I get shortly after 9/11. Pastor Newms: [15:54] Okay. Pastor Bill: [15:55] So 9/11 happens and. Everybody's searching for a sama Bin Laden right Asama Bin Laden hadn't been captured yet Saddam Hussein hadn't been captured yet and so, everyone is looking for these guys and I'm working at a Christian Ministry and we're having this prayer time, every morning every morning as a department we would get together first thing in the morning and we would have prayer we would have worship we would have you know just a little time just to reset our hearts and our minds from being out in the world so that we could do work in the ministry space. [16:37] And we're having this prayer time and the person that's leading that day starts praying that God would be with the soldiers that are hunting for Saddam Hussein. And kill him and it broke my heart. Because may I understand from an American standpoint, we're in a war with those people be I understand from your political standpoint he is your enemy see I understand from a worldview you know he's hurting his people. But I also understand that historically throughout scripture God has moved on dictators. And turn their hearts and led whole Nations to repentance and Revival. [17:41] And instead of praying for God to move and for God to do what God does and for God to intervene and for God to change the heart and for God to revolutionize the country and for God to, we're praying for this leader to be killed. And I just can't. [18:07] Can't reconcile that kind of thing with my heart with my beliefs with my thought process I am, I'm pro-life and when I say that I mean I am anti-death penalty I am anti-war I am. Pastor Newms: [18:25] Annoyingly so huh aye aye vote huh I said annoyingly so. Pastor Bill: [18:35] Annoyingly so and so War I am yes I'm anti abortion but no I'm not anti. [18:45] Woman who finds herself in a situation I believe that people should be loved no matter what, um it's like there's the one song, walk a mile in another person's shoes and it's got the whole verse about the girl who the young man told her you know all baby we're going to be together forever and I love you and and then, they get intimate and she becomes pregnant through months later he's you know he's onto something new, and she's a teenage girl left with this decision of you know this is this is going to wreck my whole life she makes tickets decision to go get an abortion and she's met at the abortion clinic with people calling her a sinner and a whore instead of oh baby girl, let me hold you let me love you let me take care of you I'm sorry you're in this situation instead of actually doing Ministry to the person we've over and over and over and I say we because I'm a believer that, I take responsibility for what we as Christians do, the church it's not enough to say well I don't personally do that but that church over there is doing it until we're all on the same page we're all guilty for what that church is doing. [20:13] And so that's where we are right now in this situation so let's I just I want to talk about I just want to bring up a couple of scriptures and then will you know will dig more into. How we should look at all of this but the first thing is there's there's the bump the scripture bump scripture which was John 15 and 19 and. We're going to have to remove this statement why are my caught my comments not going to Twitch. Pastor Newms: [20:50] I don't know it didn't when I did it earlier to I fixed it. Pastor Bill: [20:53] We're going to have to remove a statement from its context but not take it out of context okay, so this is Jesus talking he says if the world hates you understand that it hated me before it hated you, if you were of the world the world would love you as its own however because you are not of the world I have chosen you out of it, the world hates you now we're not going to talk about whether or not the world hates us or is persecuting us or whatever. As an American in in in this day and age is a Christian I don't feel persecuted I feel what's the word I'm looking for. Pastor Newms: [21:37] What's the word you looking for sometimes. Pastor Bill: [21:40] Discriminated against very slightly. Pastor Newms: [21:45] Very. Pastor Bill: [21:46] But nowhere near to what I see people of other color receiving, I don't feel that kind of discriminated and I certainly don't feel persecuted like say the Muslims trying to live in China right now that are in are in actual concentration camps, I don't I'm not living that life I don't feel any of that I'm free to go to church and to share the name of Jesus and to you know read my Bible and to pray in public eye I don't feel hated, but what the idea that I want to pull from here is, you are not of the world so when we look at these situations we see these things going around on around us we have to remember, that we don't have to get caught up in all that we don't have to let it sway us, to and fro and affect us to the point where we're distraught or overburdened or were you know at a loss for how to respond because we're not of this world. [22:56] We're here but we're not of the world, we're of different stock okay and then the other thing I wanted to talk about, marked it with my my thing and I don't know where it was okay here we go it's Kitty type this in for me newms it's Matthew chapter 22, and we're going to start at verse 15 and go through 21. [23:31] Then the Pharisees went and plotted how to trap him Jesus by what he said so they sent their disciples to him along with the herodians, teacher they said we know that you are truthful and teach truthfully the way of God you don't care what anyone thinks nor do you show partiality, tell us then what you think is it lawful to pay taxes to Caesar or not, perceiving their malicious intent Jesus said why are you testing me Hypocrites show me the coin used for the tax they brought him a Denarius whose image and inscription is this he asked, Caesars they said to him then he said to them give then to Caesar the things that are Caesar's and to God the things that are gods, when they heard this they were amazed so they left him and went away now. [24:26] A lot of people strictly use this to go you see there you should pay your taxes, give unto Caesar what is Caesar's given to pay your tithe you should pay your taxes right there says, that's not exactly the idea that they do is cut that is covered but that's not exactly what's going on there what's going on there is almost literally the separation of church and state. The state is one thing and you given to the state what is do the state the church is another thing and you given to the church what is the church. The state should not be telling the church how to do ministry as in you can't tell me that I can't feed the poor, like some of the laws that have been passed in California where it's illegal to how have food lines out on the street now you can't feed the poor you shouldn't be able to tell me that I can't have a Bible study, which I'm not talking about covid I'm not I get it I understand putting a restriction on people but with today's technology that is not an actual restriction that is just a change of mode I mean look at us. Pastor Newms: [25:42] Yeah we changed. Pastor Bill: [25:43] Right here we changed modes, um the church State shouldn't be putting limits on the church within reason of ministry now the state can go no no no no you're not going to come in and bite a bunch of people with snakes, that's an actual health hazard we're going to have to cool a Bosch that the state can do that okay I get that, but at the same time Christians shouldn't be trying to legislate morality. [26:19] Or not even morality but try to take, um historical precedence from our religious beliefs and say will it's always been like this so it's the law should be like this. That's not how that works the state should serve the people as a secular institution and the church Serve the People, as a church, can they coexist and even work together one help the other get his job done and one help the other get their job done absolutely that that would be brilliant that would be beautiful, but for people to go in and say we need to overturn Roe versus Wade. [27:15] You're killing babies and my faith tells me we shouldn't be killing babies okay, you're allowed to feel, that your faith instructs you that all life is precious and that life begins at a certain point you're allowed to feel that. Okay you're not allowed to pass a law. That then tells other people they have to feel the way your faith tells you to feel, they don't have that faith not all of them and the ones that do have that Faith perhaps they've grasp a hold of First Corinthians chapter 13 and realize that there is faith, there is hope but greater than those more important than those is love. And if we're not loving others first and foremost. Then we're doing a dish Justice to our faith and were stealing. [28:29] Okay so for you to stand outside of an abortion clinic and yell you're killing babies. And you're going to go to hell that is not love, for you to stand outside of an abortion clinic and say do you need a ride home after do you need someone who can talk to you before and after if you choose to go in. [28:57] I'm here for you I'll take you to a meal let's let's work through this that's love right. But if you want to get rid of something like abortion that you see as a violation of your faith. Then you have to figure out how to do that long before. They're at an abortion clinic long before they become pregnant and long before they're even in a relationship. Right, we have to destigmatize sex for one because right now the way we the church handle sex is with a veil, we stigmatize it we mystify it we hide it and so young people come up under this this Veil and they go oh well I have to hide that I can't let you know, that I'm feeling that way I can't let you know that I'm doing that thing, and then they're having unprotected sex they're having dangerous sex they're having sex that leads them to pregnancy long before they're ready, and then chain kicks in and what are their options. [30:24] What are they supposed to do, are they supposed to come to you in that shame and fear and talk about this thing that that's this consequence of this thing that's happened they couldn't even talk about the act of, before because we created a lifestyle of Shame surrounding sex okay, we have to demystify that to we have to teach about and make available contraceptives all your give them permission to send your given permission sin I am not I'm not, I'm giving them a safety net because sex happens, I taught my son I've taught my kids I can tell you the right way to do something over and over and over and over and over and over but until you're in the situation you can't know how you're going to respond. Period. Pastor Newms: [31:22] And it always fails talk to you. Pastor Bill: [31:24] And if all else fails go talk to him. Pastor Newms: [31:26] Shit. Pastor Bill: [31:30] We have to get rid of shame we have to demystify we have to make available contraceptions and teach about safe sex. Okay we have to teach you about this where to teach you about how it happens, why it happens what you can do to prevent it because it's not enough to say you can't get an abortion you have to bla bla bla we have to teach people how to prevent that from happening on both sides, young ladies need to know, what is going to happen to their body in this process and young men need to know if you do the deed you're responsible. [32:16] The mama as far as I'm concerned for my son if he gets a girl pregnant and she chooses to get an abortion I don't hold her accountable for that I hold him accountable for that life. He is accountable for the baby that just got taken to an abortion clinic. It's not on her it's on him now her parents can go deal with what's on her that's fine. But as far as I'm concerned he has a responsibility that he just threw away, and got a girl pregnant instead of doing the right thing taking the right steps choosing protection choosing situations that were better before he got into the heated. Right there's too much in our culture of well that's not the man's responsibility that's the ladies responsibility, and I grew up no lie I grew up seeing on TV and I can't believe I'm about to say this, one good thing that ever came out of my step dad's mouth, if you get a girl pregnant it's your responsibility to drive her up to that clinic and you have to pay for any procedure so you think about that before you get involved in a sexual relationship. [33:46] And so that stuck with me. I was responsible if I got a girl pregnant that was my fault I did that it didn't happen to her I did that to her. And I see a lot of that not being taught we don't teach young men by and large that they are responsible for their actions and they have to take responsibility for those actions. Pastor Newms: [34:12] Sadly we do the opposite sadly we demonize women for oh well you know how were you dressed how were you it's not a woman no no no it's a man's fault, when. Pastor Bill: [34:27] And now we're now we're we're preaching on the rape issue. So often a woman will report rape and the questions that come out of the police that's been documented over and over and over again is what were you wearing where were you walking where you junk how were you / trying yourself, that is not relevant in any way shape or form to catching the dirtbag, who forced himself on to this young lady and getting Justice for that young lady and if that young lady who's been raped, wants to get an abortion because that trauma is too deep and too rough and too vile for her to deal with I can't blame her for that, period she need any girl that's been raped whether it was pregnancy or not needs counseling, possibly a psychiatrist a psychologist a counselor and I'm not talking about okay first off that's not me I'm not a licensed counselor I have the title pastor, Pastor newms has the title pounced Pastor neither one of us are licensed counselors that's not what I'm talking about, I can I can give you a hug and I can love on you and I can treat you like one of my daughters. [35:55] But I am not licensed to help you deal with that trauma and there are a lot of pastors out here that have the right heart and the right intent and they want to love you and they want to help you but they're not qualified, paid to be dealing with those situations there are pastors out here that want to help with marriage counseling but aren't qualified to be a marriage counselor they're not license they're not they haven't trained they haven't gone through what needs to happen, um and then you've got the problem of incest, I don't even want to touch that one because that's so deep and dark and twisted and and confusing that I don't even begin to understand that situation. And so I'm going to leave that to someone else my main point here is. [37:02] We are different people all inside the one person right we've got our secular selves, and then we've got our faith-based selves we've got our hope base elves and we've got our love bass selves, our secular cells myself I'm States right person writes person I don't believe the government should be making laws, that limit a state's ability to govern, I don't believe the Supreme Court should be making decisions that limit a state's ability to make those decisions I believe the decision should be left up to the state, and mainly I believe that because states are run on a more democratic level closer to the people, and are easily more easily able to represent the actual people than the federal government that's why I hold that view. I also believe that the amendments to the Constitution, and the Supreme Court should and do exercise their rights to withhold power from governments to protect people, in this case Roe versus Wade and Casey versus, forgive me I can't remember who the other party in that case was but Rowan Casey passed in the Supreme Court because of privacy right. [38:31] That's why they were passed because the federal government the state government the city government the County Government, has no business sticking their head into your doctor's office and saying you can't get that kind of Medical Care. [38:53] That was the understanding was that everyone had access to a doctor everyone was seeking a doctor's opinion. We don't live in that world quite in that world anymore and most people didn't then not everyone has a doctor overseeing our medical care and we're left, to make medical decisions for ourselves that we're not trained to make which is another point, we should be training our children in sex ed, and by children I mean sixth grade seventh grade eighth grade I don't mean fifth grade and Below although in some states, in some counties there are fifth grade and below that are already having sex and getting pregnant so in some instances in those counties yes they should have sex ed earlier, but we should be training sex ed because they need to know if I stick this there this will happen. [39:57] They need to be trained about that they need to be trained in all these medical issues will what happens if I go get an abortion what's going to happen to me what's the other going to be in Revit ramifications of that had there been long-term effects of that because, yes there have been lots and lots and lots and lots of women that have been negatively impacted, by their abortion procedure not all but lots, and they needed counseling they needed to talk to someone and that kind of care just isn't provided because we're not taught to need it and, we put shame on people that find themselves in situations where they need help. [40:44] And that's the opposite of what we should be doing especially the church especially Christians shame shouldn't be part of the conversation for us, that should never be part you should never feel shame going to your pastor going to your church, and that's not the culture that by and large we you know created as, a church as you know a whole all of us together all right so there's that there's the circular you then there's the faith you that says, life is precious God knew us before he formed us in our mother's womb he has thoughts and plans for his thoughts of to prosperous thoughts of a future and a hope, Jesus loved us so much that he came and died for us yes your faith should inform you of all of those things. Your faith should also inform you that the mother are the young lady who's being faced with this crisis in her life, got also new and knows and loves and cares for, and how would God as a father respond to that young lady. [41:56] When she finds out how would the most perfect being in the universe respond if their child I messed up I got pregnant. [42:07] Okay there's the hope you hope says everything's going to work out. [42:14] How is everything going to work out if we're leaving people Stranded by the wayside. In their hour of need or we're not preparing for it we're not supporting them through it we're not walking with them through it how is Hope served in that. [42:31] And then there's the love which we've harped on a lot in this you know context there's the love. Love does not envy love does not boast love does not build itself up, it believes all things you know this is love love I had this example of this young lady, but wasn't it hung lady but I was driving Uber Kimber fear was an Uber or Lyft ride but I was driving and this woman was in the car and she was telling me that at one point in her life she was homeless. And she was homeless because she chose to be homeless she was out with her boyfriend her boyfriend was homeless she was on drugs and she was living on the side of the road over by Lancaster in Fort Worth. And there were living there because they could get free drugs there and, every day from the day she left home to go live with her boyfriend and saw the road every day her mother brought her a warm dinner and fresh blankets. [43:45] I told her she loved her spent time with her and her boyfriend there on the side of the road where they lived, and at the end of that she would go back home and say you're welcome home anytime she did that for three months straight every day before this girl realized, my mama actually loves me and I'm throwing my life away. Told her boyfriend they need to get clean he broke up with her she moved back into her home she found salvation and she started going to church she got involved in Ministry but it was that love, that her mother was bringing her everyday, our culture says if your kid messes up and chooses drugs and moves out and go lives on the side road with their boyfriend then you need to exercise tough love and let them learn their lesson, that's not love love brings a hot meal and a blanket fresh blanket every night. [44:49] And while you're working through your stuff love says I'm right here when you're ready I'm right here I'm not going anywhere I love you. And that's the kind of love that God has for us sent his son to die. Cuz we were born into a nature of enmity with God, Adam and Eve. Chose enmity with God they chose a sin nature we were born into something as slaves as victims and God is sitting there going, whenever you're ready to stop being a Slave to turn away from the things that are hurting you I'm here. I'm ready. And God has also said now I want you to know that if you don't turn away from those things that are hurting you the path you're on is going to lead you there. [46:06] Is a place called hell in your word Hell Fire Brimstone gnashing of teeth I don't want that for you. I don't want you to go there and I'm patiently waiting for you to decide that you don't want to go there either. And you don't want to continue to be hurt in your life and you don't want to continue to you know and life doesn't get perfect because life is still life. But you spiritually have a hope and life is different when you have hope you sis. [46:46] And so that's my thoughts on this episode that isn't about row. Because it's not about Roe it's not about Casey it's not about Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard it's not about any of those things it's about are we as Christians. Loving. Those around us and living our life and portraying love and how we see and respond to those things. Because you may feel like it's a victory for Roe versus Wade to be overturned you may feel like that's a victory but your victory. Maybe someone else's crisis gone into chaos. [47:50] And you may Jigger Victory may just be the straw that pushes them over the edge to do something drastic. Something awful something they may not survive. That's unacceptable everything to add that Pastor newms. Pastor Newms: [48:35] We as Christians have to respond in love to all things and often we don't. Pastor Bill: [48:53] This podcast comes out every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Central Standard Time wherever you get podcasts we also record this live on Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Central Standard Time, and you can catch and be a part of it on Twitch Facebook or YouTube, you can go to our website at www.kttape.com house to figure out which twitch which Facebook and which YouTube those are, you can also see our backlog of all 377 episodes that came before this one it's actually more than that it's 380. [49:34] Three because there was one Easter week that I did one episode every day and I called it point 1.2.3.4, anyway our whole back leg is there you can go see if there's something that ministers to you if you found this episode, uplifting informing and gave you a better sense of faith hope and love for your life and you feel like it would help someone else please share it, send it to someone else we we want to reach as many people as possible with faith hope and love that's the point, and so if you could share that with people that you know it would help that would be awesome we want people to be helped and if anyone listening to this needs to reach out to us, info at EK dot house or you can utilize the phone number on the website, you can text that I can text bakic I get it on my phone you can leave a voicemail I get the transcription of that on my phone as well, and yeah we want to have an actual relationship with people that need love. Utilize that if you need to. All right so that's what we got going and then we have Dallas Pride coming up in a month let's just under a month. Pastor Newms: [50:57] Just under. Pastor Bill: [50:59] Huh and so that'll be fun we're going to do ministry there and hopefully we'll see some people there that we know from past years and some maybe some people come up and hey I found your podcast or hey I found you on Twitch or, it'll be good and then we're giving away a gaming monitor right for. Gaming with the pastors are giving away a game in monetary. Pastor Newms: [51:24] Yes. Pastor Bill: [51:25] Look at me with that blank face like you didn't remember we. Pastor Newms: [51:29] I forgot I did I did forget, I was like oh yeah we are yeah. Pastor Bill: [51:35] Yeah I was looking at them today trip try to pick out the right one, to make the art because I got to make a QR code first scanning and bekele the yard yeah so all right so that's what we got coming up I love you guys have a great. Intro And Outro Music Pastor Bill: [51:58] And until next time.  

Wine Dine and Storytime
Hertz Don't It

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Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 62:02


This week we take you to Germany where a man named Egidius Schiffer takes his fetish along on a rampage. We don't want to yucky anyone's yum but this dude was scum and his come up was a real shocking tale.  Cindy matched the theme and made a delicious German Schnitzel with hot German potato salad. For dessert, she made a German apple cake. America pretends they've cornered the market on apple desserts but Germany came through.  We drank Paulaner Hefe Weisen, a classic Bavarian wheat beer that was so mild we turned Dana into a beer drinker.  Check out our linktree for links to our socials and ways to listen and support our podcast: The Crime Diner Podcast or call/text us some time  6093003094 This week we also got to work with some other podcasts we think you should check out! You can find them here: Dustin Can Read & Watch Time Stamp 27:45 Where did we get our info  How can you kill five women and just move on? (speigel panorama) The blunt miracle weapon (focus online) Egidius Schiffer Kills Himself During Prison Sex Act Gone Wrong Egidius Schiffer Aachen  What did we eat?  Schnitzel German Potato Salad German Apple Cake What did we drink?  Paulaner Hefe Sounds: Organ

InterNational
"52 Hertz" : un talkie-walkie sous-marin pour que les plongeurs se parlent sous la mer

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Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 3:54


durée : 00:03:54 - Chroniques littorales de José-Manuel Lamarque - par : Jose Manuel Lamarque - Jusqu'à présent, les plongeurs dialoguent entre eux dans un langage utilisant les mains. Ce dialogue est limité, avec une vingtaine de signes principalement en cas d'alerte. Et la communication est impossible en cas de visibilité réduite dans l'eau.

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Sustainable Stories - April 2022

sustainabiliME

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 18:23


Today Jason and I will be covering the sustainable stories from the month of April 2022. These stories include Purdue University looking at the potential for nuclear power to power campus, the Corvette going electric, Hertz buying 65,000 EVs, and river otters returning to the Detroit River. Follow us on social media @sustainabiliME.pod Sources: https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2022/Q2/purdue-and-duke-energy-to-explore-potential-for-clean,-nuclear-power-source-for-campus.html https://www.cnn.com/2022/04/25/business/electric-hybrid-corvette/index.html https://www.cnn.com/2022/04/04/tech/polestar-hertz-purchase/index.html https://www.greatlakesnow.org/2022/04/river-otters-detroit-river/ http://meijercommunity.com/plastic-bag-recycling  

Advent of Computing
Episode 81 - A Ballad in 2600 Hertz

Advent of Computing

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 65:48


There's power in music, but not all tones are created equal. During the reign of Bell Telephone there was one tone in particular that opened up a world of possibilities: 2600 Hz. The devotees of this note were called phreakers, and in some cases they knew the telephone system better than Bell employees themselves. This episode were diving in to the early history of phreaking, how a bag of tricks was developed, and why exploring the phone grid was so much fun.   Selected sources:   http://explodingthephone.com/ - Phil Lapsley's book and website of the same name   https://archive.org/details/belltelephonemag09amerrich/page/205/mode/2up - All about the Holmes Burglar Alarm system   http://explodingthephone.com/docs/dbx0947.pdf - FBI's records on Barclay and the Blue Box

Twenty Thousand Hertz
Ta-da! It's Windows

Twenty Thousand Hertz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 31:16


Over the years, Microsoft has made at least ten iconic startup sounds for Windows—from the triumphant “Ta-da!” of Windows 3.1, to the ambient chime that Brian Eno crafted for Windows 95, to the orchestral sweep of Windows XP. In this episode, we explore the creation of the classic Windows startup sounds through Windows 7, and what each one says about Microsoft's evolving technology. Featuring former Microsoft Lead UI Designer Jensen Harris and Sound Designer Matthew Bennett. Apply for the full time Associate Producer position here. The application closes on May 11th. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Subscribe to Jensen Harris' Youtube channel. Learn about Matthew Bennett's latest work here. To check out full sets of default Windows sounds, visit winsounds.com. Sign up for a MEL Science subscription at melscience.com/sBGX to get 60% off your first month. This limited offer is available for 1 month only. Hiring? Sign up at Indeed.com/Hertz and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications, and quicker hiring times. Visit zocdoc.com/20k to download the Zocdoc app and sign up for free. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/tadaitswindows Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Over The Edge
Driving Change at the Edge with Matt Trifiro, Chief Marketing Officer at Vapor IO

Over The Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 23:25


Episode Notes:This episode of Over the Edge features an interview between Ian Faison, CEO of Caspian Studios and Matt Trifiro, Chief Marketing Officer at Vapor IO.Matt leads Vapor IO's global marketing, branding and communications efforts. He is an expert in strategic positioning and edge computing, Co-chair of the State of the Edge Report, and Chair of The Linux Foundation's Open Glossary of Edge Computing. He is an expert at strategic positioning, category creation, and PR. Matt always asks a lot of questions in search of the threads of understanding that move markets.In this episode Ian and Matt discuss the future and evolution of Edge computing, its scope and definition, and what that means for this podcast. They go over how Edge computing is powering the evolution of the internet grid, and what's driving change in the industry. Ian and Matt also delve into the requirements for real time responsiveness, speed, and bandwidth to accomplish everything from complex computations to simply running a home appliance, which blur the line between what is traditionally considered the Edge and the Internet.Key Quotes:“As we improve the technology for virtual reality and augmented reality, and we reduce the weight of those headsets and the need to have a tether and all of these things, it may in fact become a much more compelling experience than it is today, which already is a fairly compelling experience. What are the challenges in delivering all these new experiences though Is that the internet can't do. It's not fast enough, it's not close enough. Or you start dealing with the speed of light as a problem among others and the infrastructure and the mechanisms to deliver these new kinds of services.”“What's the difference between edge and on premises? Nobody has a good answer. The real answer is nobody cares. Nobody cares where the computer is. You just want it to work. And so what's much more important is that we build the infrastructure and the software systems that allow us to place workloads that are, whether it is driving a factory, or autonomous car, or a streetlight, or AI inferencing for a video camera, or a game for my twelve-year-old - you want suffer systems that place these workloads at the right place automatically and run them autonomously at machine speeds, which we've never been able to do before.”“This idea that as a user, you're not thinking about where the electricity is coming from or how it's getting to you, or whether it's the right voltage or how many Hertz it's cycling between positive and negative. You're not thinking about any of that because that's not important. Just as long as your dishwasher, or your blender, or your coffee machine works, that's what you care about. And all this other very, very complex stuff happens on the backend in order for that to be possible. But you don't care about it, just as long as it works, and that's how the internet should be.”“There's a lot of insights that come from one field that when applied to another field, give you advanced technology. So, biology applied to engineering or engineering applied to biology, or neuroscience applied to chemistry. It's really interesting how different fields create different metaphors and ways of things that when applied in a new field, create insight. And I just want to create that opportunity for more people to understand how all these pieces might fit together, to be excited about it, but also just to elevate the understanding of how the world works.”Sponsor:Over the Edge is brought to you by Dell Technologies to unlock the potential of your infrastructure with edge solutions. From hardware and software to data and operations, across your entire multi-cloud environment, we're here to help you simplify your edge so you can generate more value. Learn more by visiting DellTechnologies.com/SimplifyYourEdge for more information or click on the link in the show notes.--------Links:Follow Matt on TwitterFollow Ian on Twitterwww.CaspianStudios.com

Business Wars Daily
Hertz Adds to Its Electric Fleet

Business Wars Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 3:43


Today is Wednesday, April 13, and we're looking at The Hertz Corporation vs. Enterprise Holdings.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
1432: 11 Apr 2022 | Mercedes-Benz Celebrates Their Electric Vans

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 17:28


Show #1432 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's  Monday 11th April, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. GIVE AND TAKE: THE TAYCAN AS A BUFFER FOR THE POWER GRID - In future, when electric cars are not being driven, they could also feed energy back into the public power grid. As part of a wider pool of vehicles, they could effectively act as a power plant and help supply what is known as balancing power – electrical power that balances out fluctuations in the power grid. - A realistic pilot test conducted by Porsche, the grid operator TransnetBW and consulting firm Intelligent Energy System Services (IE2S), has demonstrated that electrical balancing power can be stored in the high-voltage batteries of an intelligent swarm of electric cars. Five series-production Taycan were connected to the power grid via the Porsche Home Energy Manager (HEM) both in a domestic environment and under laboratory conditions. Experts from Porsche Engineering had already adapted the software of these control centres beforehand for the field test. - With the expansion of renewable energies, balancing power will become even more important in the future for secure grid operation. This is because the power grid must always be stable, even though the wind and sun are not always producing consistent amounts of energy. If power grids are not stabilised at a constant 50 Hertz power frequency, there is a risk of power cuts. Until now, conventional power plants in particular have been responsible for cushioning these fluctuations. Using high-voltage batteries as a buffer would be a win-win situation: drivers of electric cars could be financially compensated for their contribution to balancing power. - During the pilot test, detailed measurements showed that the target values from the grid control system were met. This applied to both the primary (FCR: frequency containment reserve) and secondary (aFRR: automatic frequency restoration reserve) balancing power. Original Source : https://newsroom.porsche.com/en/2022/products/porsche-taycan-buffer-power-grid-vehicle-to-grid-applications-27528.html DAVID BECKHAM GIFTS SON WITH ELECTRIC 1954 JAGUAR XK140 BY LUNAZ TO MARK HIS WEDDING - Lunaz investor, David Beckham, has presented his son, Brooklyn and his daughter-in-law Nicola, with an all-electric Jaguar XK140 Open Two Seater (OTS) by Lunaz as a gift to mark his eldest child's wedding in Palm Beach, FL, USA. - This clean-air classic, bespoke commissioned by Beckham is the product of thousands of hours of work from the company's 120 strong team of craftspeople, designers and electric vehicle technicians and was built entirely in-house at the home of Lunaz in Silverstone, England. - The fully restored and upcycled interior is presented in a light cream, offering contemporary expression to the car's classic aesthetic. Like every classic by Lunaz, modern technology is discreetly hidden. Dials and switches faithfully reflect the original Jaguar design but with subtle updates to provide information on the battery level and to operate contemporary functions. Original Source : https://electriccarsreport.com/2022/04/david-beckham-gifts-son-with-electric-1954-jaguar-xk140-by-lunaz-to-mark-his-wedding/ NHTSA OPENS INVESTIGATION INTO ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERIES - U.S. safety regulators have opened an investigation into electric and hybrid vehicle batteries after five automakers issued recalls due to possible defects that could cause fires or stalling. - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the inquiry covers more than 138,000 vehicles with batteries made by LG Energy Solution of South Korea. - The agency says it will write to LG and other companies that might have bought similar batteries to make sure recalls are being done when needed. - Data on electric vehicle fires is limited, but a small sample in April of 2021 by the insurance industry's Highway Loss Data Institute found that EVs and their conventional gas counterparts had about the same number of non-crash fire claims per 1,000 insured vehicle years.The institute tracked claims for 10 EVs and their gas equivalents and found that EVs had 0.19 fire claims per 1,000 insured vehicle years compared with 0.2 for gasoline counterparts. Original Source : https://eu.freep.com/story/money/cars/2022/04/06/nhtsa-investigation-electric-vehicle-batteries/9481709002/ TESLA DELIVERS IMPRESSIVE OUTPUT FROM GIGAFACTORY SHANGHAI IN MARCH DESPITE FACTORY SHUTDOWN - Tesla has managed to deliver over 65,000 vehicles produced at Gigafactory Shanghai in March, an impressive output representing 100% year-over-year growth, despite the factory shutdown. - The China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) announced today results for car registration in China in March. - They confirmed that Tesla China had an output of 65,814 vehicles with only 60 of them for exports. - The results are even more impressive when you take into account that Tesla had not one but two factory shutdowns in March due to COVID-19 restrictions. - Based on the CPCA data, it means that 190,446 Tesla vehicles came from China during the first quarter – more than half of the 310,000 vehicles it delivered last quarter. Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/04/11/tesla-delivers-impressive-output-from-gigafactory-shanghai-march-despite-factory-shutdown/ THE WORLD'S FIRST ALL-ELECTRIC RACE BOAT SUCCESSFULLY ACED ITS FIRST TEST Original Source : https://interestingengineering.com/e1-racebird-electric-race-boat CHINA AUTO SALES SLUMP IN MARCH ON COVID CURBS, TESLA PRODUCTION SLUGGISH Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/tesla-sold-65814-china-made-vehicles-march-cpca-2022-04-11/ CHINA SEES WHOLESALE SALES OF PASSENGER NEVS AT 455,000 UNITS IN MARCH Original Source : https://cnevpost.com/2022/04/11/china-sees-wholesale-sales-of-passenger-nevs-at-455000-units-in-march-up-122-year-on-year/ BMW I3 SEDAN MAKES VIDEO DEBUT, FIRST 3 SERIES WITH AIR SUSPENSION Original Source : https://www.bmwblog.com/2022/04/10/bmw-i3-sedan-video-air-suspension/ MERCEDES-BENZ PRODUCED MORE THAN 25,000 ELECTRIC VANS Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/578917/mercedes-produced-25000-electric-vans/ THE LAST BIG OBSTACLE TO ELECTRIC CARS IS REQUIRES A MENTAL FIX IN OUR TRAVEL HABITS Original Source : https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-last-big-obstacle-to-electric-cars-is-requires-a-mental-fix-in-our-travel-habits QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM With the Tesla Cybertruck coming sometime in 2023, will the current crop like Rivian, F-150 and Hummer steal the market? Or is the Tesla truck worth waiting for? Email me any feedback to: hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And  if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/ OCTOPUS ELECTRIC JUICE - MAKING PUBLIC CHARGING SIMPLE WITH ONE CARD, ONE MAP AND ONE APP

TechStuff
TechStuff Tidbits: The Terahertz Gap

TechStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 19:29


Take a close look at the electromagnetic spectrum and you'll notice there's a span of frequencies we don't seem to use very much. Why is that? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis
Elon Musk Buys Huge Twitter Stake, Giga Shanghai Halt Continues, TSLA Rallies (04.04.22)

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 15:36


➤ Elon Musk has disclosed the acquisition of nearly 75 million shares of Twitter stock, making him the largest individual shareholder ➤ TSLA stock rallies after delivery report ➤ Tesla schedules Q1 earnings ➤ Giga Shanghai production halt continues despite conflicting report ➤ Giga Texas gets prepped for Cyber Rodeo event ➤ Tesla releases FSD Beta update ➤ Elon Musk comments on Supercharger margins ➤ Polestar and Hertz announce EV partnership ➤ Delivery report livestream follow up Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/teslapodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tesladailypodcast Tesla Referral: https://ts.la/robert47283 Plaid producer Who Why Executive producer Jeremy Cooke Executive producer Troy Cherasaro Executive producer Andre/Maria Kent Executive producer Jessie Chimni Executive producer Michael Pastrone Executive producer Richard Del Maestro Executive producer John Beans Music by Evan Schaeffer Disclosure: Rob Maurer is long TSLA stock & derivatives

Twenty Thousand Hertz
Mind the Gap

Twenty Thousand Hertz

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 36:49


The voices of subway and train announcements are deeply ingrained in peoples' lives. Many of us hear them every day, for years on end. And yet, hardly anyone knows who those voices belong to. In this episode, we uncover the human stories behind two of the most iconic transit systems in the world: the New York City Subway, and the London Tube. Featuring NYC Subway announcer Charlie Pellett and Tube announcer Elinor Hamilton. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Subscribe to Tales from the Tannoy wherever you get your podcasts. Get 10% off your first month of BetterHelp online therapy at betterhelp.com/20k. Hiring? Sign up at Indeed.com/Hertz and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications, and quicker hiring times. Get 83% off Surfshark VPN plus an extra 3 months free at surfshark.deals/20k, or use promo code 20K. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/mindthegap Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Side Hustle School
#1914 - Las Vegas Wedding Officiant Bets on Red

Side Hustle School

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 7:19


A car rental consultant goes from Hertz to hearts with a six-figure side hustle.  Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: team@sidehustleschool.com Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.