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CIL Daily Bible Readings

1 And Jesus entered and passed through Jericho. 2 And, behold, there was a man named Zacchaeus, which was the chief among the publicans, and he was rich. 3 And he sought to see Jesus who he was; and could not for the press, because he was little of stature. 4 And he ran before, and climbed up into a sycomore tree to see him: for he was to pass that way. 5 And when Jesus came to the place, he looked up, and saw him, and said unto him, Zacchaeus, make haste, and come down; for to day I must abide at thy house. 6 And he made haste, and came down, and received him joyfully. 7 And when they saw it, they all murmured, saying, That he was gone to be guest with a man that is a sinner. 8 And Zacchaeus stood, and said unto the Lord; Behold, Lord, the half of my goods I give to the poor; and if I have taken any thing from any man by false accusation, I restore him fourfold. 9 And Jesus said unto him, This day is salvation come to this house, forsomuch as he also is a son of Abraham. 10 For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost. 11 And as they heard these things, he added and spake a parable, because he was nigh to Jerusalem, and because they thought that the kingdom of God should immediately appear. 12 He said therefore, A certain nobleman went into a far country to receive for himself a kingdom, and to return. 13 And he called his ten servants, and delivered them ten pounds, and said unto them, Occupy till I come. 14 But his citizens hated him, and sent a message after him, saying, We will not have this man to reign over us. 15 And it came to pass, that when he was returned, having received the kingdom, then he commanded these servants to be called unto him, to whom he had given the money, that he might know how much every man had gained by trading. 16 Then came the first, saying, Lord, thy pound hath gained ten pounds. 17 And he said unto him, Well, thou good servant: because thou hast been faithful in a very little, have thou authority over ten cities. 18 And the second came, saying, Lord, thy pound hath gained five pounds. 19 And he said likewise to him, Be thou also over five cities. 20 And another came, saying, Lord, behold, here is thy pound, which I have kept laid up in a napkin: 21 For I feared thee, because thou art an austere man: thou takest up that thou layedst not down, and reapest that thou didst not sow. 22 And he saith unto him, Out of thine own mouth will I judge thee, thou wicked servant. Thou knewest that I was an austere man, taking up that I laid not down, and reaping that I did not sow: 23 Wherefore then gavest not thou my money into the bank, that at my coming I might have required mine own with usury? 24 And he said unto them that stood by, Take from him the pound, and give it to him that hath ten pounds. 25 (And they said unto him, Lord, he hath ten pounds.) 26 For I say unto you, That unto every one which hath shall be given; and from him that hath not, even that he hath shall be taken away from him. 27 But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me. 28 And when he had thus spoken, he went before, ascending up to Jerusalem. 29 And it came to pass, when he was come nigh to Bethphage and Bethany, at the mount called the mount of Olives, he sent two of his disciples, 30 Saying, Go ye into the village over against you; in the which at your entering ye shall find a colt tied, whereon yet never man sat: loose him, and bring him hither. 31 And if any man ask you, Why do ye loose him? thus shall ye say unto him, Because the Lord hath need of him. 32 And they that were sent went their way, and found even as he had said unto them. 33 And as they were loosing the colt, the owners thereof said unto them, Why loose ye the colt? 34 And they said, The Lord hath need of him. 35 And they brought him to Jesus: and they cast their garments upon the colt, and they set Jesus thereon. 36 And as he went, they spread their clothes in the way. 37 And when he was come nigh, even now at the descent of the mount of Olives, the whole multitude of the disciples began to rejoice and praise God with a loud voice for all the mighty works that they had seen; 38 Saying, Blessed be the King that cometh in the name of the Lord: peace in heaven, and glory in the highest. 39 And some of the Pharisees from among the multitude said unto him, Master, rebuke thy disciples. 40 And he answered and said unto them, I tell you that, if these should hold their peace, the stones would immediately cry out. 41 And when he was come near, he beheld the city, and wept over it, 42 Saying, If thou hadst known, even thou, at least in this thy day, the things which belong unto thy peace! but now they are hid from thine eyes. 43 For the days shall come upon thee, that thine enemies shall cast a trench about thee, and compass thee round, and keep thee in on every side, 44 And shall lay thee even with the ground, and thy children within thee; and they shall not leave in thee one stone upon another; because thou knewest not the time of thy visitation. 45 And he went into the temple, and began to cast out them that sold therein, and them that bought; 46 Saying unto them, It is written, My house is the house of prayer: but ye have made it a den of thieves. 47 And he taught daily in the temple. But the chief priests and the scribes and the chief of the people sought to destroy him, 48 And could not find what they might do: for all the people were very attentive to hear him.

Rav Gershon Ribner
Thoughts that should occupy the mind of the bal tokeah

Rav Gershon Ribner

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 1:17 Very Popular


Higher Self Daily
Occupy Your Space (Meditation)

Higher Self Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 15:27


This guided meditation uses your body's felt sense to bring you a peaceful, expansive sense of your inner and outer space, enliven your aura, and ground you deeply.To connect more with Carina, you can find her at:www.carinadevi.com (for courses, 1-on-1's, blog, and more)https://higherself.earth (for private conscious community)https://www.instagram.com/carina.devi/ (Instagram)https://www.tiktok.com/@carina.devi (TikTok)

Occupy Fantasy
Interview: $200,000 NFL DFS Winner - amich1 Occupy Member

Occupy Fantasy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:40


Brian is joined by Occupy Fantasy member amich1 aka juniorjr aka Aaron for this special interview. Aaron won $200,000 in the $222 Blitz on FanDuel during Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season using the tools at Occupy Fantasy! Topics covered: ► How a 7 year grind paid off ► Using the satellite strategy for big pay days ► Weekly research process ► Not playing more lineups than you're used to ► The $200K sweat!

Chew the Bible
Occupy

Chew the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 7:31


Your words were found and I ate them

Spoken Label
Peter Humphreys (Spoken Label, September 2022)

Spoken Label

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 40:35


Latest episode from Spoken Label (Author / Artist / Spoken Word) Podcast features Peter Humphreys, author off "Hong Kong Rocks" and Podcast host off "First Impressions". Hong Kong Rocks is described as "Nick Powell, arriving in Hong Kong with his soon-to-be-ex-wife Lennox, finds himself drawn into the political machinations affecting the city as the Occupy movement takes root. A fatal accident exposes the factions vying for control of the SAR and gives Nick the second chance desired by many Hong Kong expats, but will he make the most of the opportunity, or find himself on the wrong side of history? Shifting between a variety of unique voices, HONG KONG ROCKS (a Proverse Prize 2018 finalist) is part thriller, part meditation on the challenges facing a special autonomous region punching above its weight. "'Hong Kong Rocks' is a story set in an alternative present; it is in part a whodunit, with the who and the it constantly in doubt. At the centre is a group of dissolute, middle-aged, expatriates, who are held more or less upright, or let fall by surer, stronger women. Dissolution, however, has its consequences, in conflict with either the newly introduced Deportation Act, or two cross-border goons, or both. And, as the tale reaches its finale, we cannot but agree with the narrator that Hong Kong is 'hotting up'."—Philip Chatting, author of "The Snow Bridge and Other Stories", Winner of the Proverse Prize 2014. "Funny and twisted, in Humphreys' spirited novel Nick and a garrulous band of expats are caught in the shifting societal landscape of Hong Kong. Nights drinking at the Brolly, missing friends, the Occupy movement, fear of deportation and the threat of discovery by Chinese agents, all loom large. As his freedom hangs on the edge of a precipice, Nick seizes on the absurdities, secrets and joys of a life lived with regret."—Maria Roberts, author of "Single Mother on the Verge", Penguin." Peter can be spoke to via https://www.instagram.com/theworddiver/ His Podcast 'First Impressions' can be found on all of the usual places. Hong Kong Rocks is available on amazon and all the usual places.

Fable & The Verbivore
Episode 158: Finding Your Readers

Fable & The Verbivore

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 34:21


Notes:The Verbivore shares a definition for the word engage. Here is that definition:- “Establish a meaningful contact or connection with; Occupy, attract, or involve someone's interest or attention.”Here are some articles and videos that we found helpful in preparation for this conversation:- MasterClass “6 Tips to Successfully Market and Promote Your Book: Step-by-Step Guide”- The Write Life “6 Effective Ways to Engage With Your Readers (So They Buy More Books)” MasterClass Mentioned:- Dan Brown Teaches Writing Thrillers - Lesson 18: Life as a WriterWe also mention words of wisdom, tips, and tools that authors have shared in our previous podcast episodes about connecting with readers. Those episodes are:- Episode 96: Interview with K.T. AnglehartServices to help you get your book in hands of readers and reviewed: Xpresso Virtual Book Tour, BookSirens, Net Galley, Goodreads Free Giveaway - Episode 108: Interview with MJ McGriff Content marketing: Create a brand that's on theme, recognizable, and authentic. Tone, images, and feel. - Episode 125: Interview with Candice Yamnitz Instagram Content: Be audience oriented and include a mix of content. Educate, entertain, and encourageWe also talk about lessons we've learned from specific authors about things to try. Here are a few of them:- Sherry Thomas, @writersherrythomas - Includes reality behind the story drafting and writing process in acknowledgements, Posts that go into real life - food and personal sketches, Artifacts like hand drawn map for her upcoming mystery- Hafsah Faizal, @hafsahfaizal & https://www.hafsahfaizal.com/ - Participates in Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Insta Stories, Shares writing struggles as she experienced with finishing We Free the Stars, Includes personal life details, Interactive website- Emily Henry, @emilyhenrywrites - Shares book recommendations, Participates in live stream interviews, Share bits of your writing life in Insta storiesBooks Mentioned: A Study in Scarlet Women (The Lady Sherlock Series Book 1) by Sherry Thomas We Hunt the Flame (Sands of Arawiya, 1) by Hafsah Faizal We Free the Stars (Sands of Arawiya, 2) by Hafsah Faizal Happy Place by Emily Henry This Might Get Awkward by Kara McDowell Writing the Breakout Novel: Insider Advice for Taking Your Fiction to the Next Level by Donald Maass The Bodyguard by Katherine Center People We Meet on Vacation by Emily Henry Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia Music from: https://filmmusic.io ‘Friendly day' by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) Licence: CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Orgasmic Enlightenment
Power Thrusters

Orgasmic Enlightenment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 8:57 Very Popular


I often say that it's not “behind every good man is a woman”. Au contraire. Behind every good woman is a man, on his knees and ferociously thrusting and giving her everything he's got. In order to transform your partner into  well-f**ked woman, your thrusting game needs to be on point. To get to the deeper, vaginal, life-changing orgasms—G-Spot and cervical, women need SUSTAINED penetration. A two-pump chump just ain't gonna cut it. In this video: - Thrusting do's and don'ts - Techniques and maneuvers to be a power thruster - The best position for cervical orgasms- Strengthening the cock for Supercock-status thrusting******SEXUAL MASTERY FOR MEN: Supercock for Life! In my signature 8-week online salon Sexual Mastery for MEN, you can learn how to: - Achieve superstar stamina and be a marathon f**ker. - Learn to separate orgasm from ejaculation - Take that sexual creative power and manifest in your life with it - Give your woman multiple G-Spot, cervical and squirting orgasms - Build a Supercock with exercises to increase strength, length and girth - Occupy your alpha, dominant masculine power and take charge in bed and in lifeAnd much, much more! You have weekly videos full of techniques and my well-f**ked secrets, homeplay for singles and couples and weekly live Q&A coaching calls with me! Plus, you have lifetime access to the course. Are you coming??? Register now: https://kimanami.com/sexual-mastery-for-men-salon/

Ideas All Day
Season 4 Episode 20 - Operation Occupy Children

Ideas All Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 44:06


Welcome back to Ideas All Day - you wanted more, well here is Season 4! (Air Horn noises) This week we discuss ideas for Occupying Children. Ajax wants kids to play in the mud, Alex gets sensitive when the ladies talk about his dirty balls, and Kate wants to see a show. Please like, subscribe, comment, share with anyone your think will enjoy our brand of foolishness. Find us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5NfjlPf7gAyWPlsFKD45zQ?si=1yir5LYBQcqQShtQXQOiHw&utm_source=copy-link Pandora: https://pandora.app.link/yF4zhowLvfb Anchor: https://anchor.fm/ideasallday Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/ideas-all-day YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCbGPxxUUkAoWGndmH9it_xg And Apple Podcast! Reach out to us at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ideasalldaypodcast/ Instagram: @ideasalldaypodcast Email: ideasalldaypodcast@gmail.com Thanks for listening! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Los Altos Institute Archive
Globalization - Episode #08: From The Zapatistas to Occupy

Los Altos Institute Archive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 90:18


The period from 1992-2012 was the golden age of the anti-globalization left.

Touch Heaven Ministries Podcast
Occupy Till I Come

Touch Heaven Ministries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 46:06


9/11/22 message from Pastor Ralph Royea We were told to... "Occupy till I come" That doesn't mean to rest on your Blessed Assurance. Join us, and... Together, we will work through what it really means to "Occupy" And he called his ten servants, and delivered them ten pounds, and said unto them, Occupy till I come. Luke 19:13 https://www.touchheaven.com https://soundcloud.com/touchheavenministries https://www.facebook.com/TouchHeavenMinistries https://twitter.com/TouchHeaven https://www.newcreationwoman.com https://www.potusshield.com

Orgasmic Enlightenment
All Men Can Orgasm without Ejaculation

Orgasmic Enlightenment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 32:51 Very Popular


An essential life skill of a Supercock is having total control over his ejaculation. He is a marathon f**ker who can go for hours if he chooses to. Being a man who knows how to separate orgasm from ejaculation? THIS is probably the ultimate Supercock achievement. Yes, it's totally possible. The Anami Guarantee states that:All men can have rock solid erections into their 90s, master their orgasmic control and be able to go for an hour, three hours and all night if they wish. And. All men can learn to separate orgasm from ejaculation. I guarantee it. This is something I teach in my Sexual Mastery for Men Salon. In today's All Star interview, we're speaking with Steve. Steve mastered this practice in two weeks. In today's episode:  Why does it matter? Ancient Taoist and Tantric wisdom, NoFap and “Don't have sex before the big game!” all add up to something.  How to feel energized after sex rather than needing a nap.  Steve talks about going from coming after 10 minutes of penetration to now having multiple orgasms, being able to have 10 to 15 orgasms in a row, and separating orgasms from ejaculation. Short sessions are now an hour and longer ones are 3+ hours on the weekends.  In my signature 8-week online salon Sexual Mastery for MEN, you can learn how to:  Achieve superstar stamina and be a marathon f**ker.  Learn to separate orgasm from ejaculation  Take that sexual creative power and manifest in your life with it  Give your woman multiple G-Spot, cervical and squirting orgasms  Build a Supercock with exercises to increase strength, length and girth  Occupy your alpha, dominant masculine power and take charge in bed and in life And much, much more!  You have weekly videos full of techniques and my well-f**ked secrets, homeplay for singles and couples and weekly live Q&A coaching calls with me! Plus, you have lifetime access to the course. Register now: https://kimanami.com/sexual-mastery-for-men-salon/

Fresh Spring Daily Devotional
STOP MANAGING EMPTINESS.

Fresh Spring Daily Devotional

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 8:06


The knowledge you rejected will hinder you from accessing the abundant life in Christ. The knowledge you don't have, you cannot engage it's potentials and benefits in your life the authority you never know existed, you cannot wield. Jesus meant whatever He says and says what He meant. If you don't take your responsibility at work, church and groups seriously, you are managing nothing but emptiness. Occupy till I come means, nothing must be lost but multiplied. Don't sleep off or get carried away, for the master is retuning very soon, to reward according to the value you have added. If you look at other people's assignment to carry out yours, you will lose and have nothing to manage.

Gen Z Today with Jordan Whitmer
Occupy Your Street with Fernando Navarrete

Gen Z Today with Jordan Whitmer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 29:09


Jordan Whitmer and Fernando Naverrete talk about how to reach your community and "occupy your street."Fernando is a Gen Z ministry leader from Chicago! Fernando can be found at @fernandonavarrete_ on Instagram and @mazefern on TikTok.Make sure to subscribe and review to join the Gen Z Today community!

Fomeprays
Occupy till He comes

Fomeprays

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 5:24


'Every believer can be likened to the servants in that parable while Jesus Christ is our Master. We have all been given the mandate to "Go ye into the world and preach the gospel to every creature."'

Potter's House Podcast

In this week's message, Pastor Michael Oldfield teaches us how to not be occupied of the world, but to occupy as a Christ follower and be about His presence. ________________________________________________________________________ STAY CONNECTED Website - https://www.pottershouse.org Potter's House Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/pottershous... Potter's House Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pottershouse... Potter's House Twitter - https://twitter.com/phcolumbus ABOUT POTTER'S HOUSE Potter's House is a place where broken people find wholeness and community through His presence, prayer and process. To help them grow in their identity, to identify God's design for their life and step into the fullness of God's Kingdom. To find a campus near you, go to: https://www.pottershouse.org/allcampuses Give Online - https://onrealm.org/pottershouse/-/gi... Subscribe to receive the PH Newsletter: https://www.pottershouse.org/newsletter

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Industrial and Flex Properties

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 18:39


“One of the most important things to remember when purchasing real estate is to have a realistic budget. You also want to make sure that you are getting the most out of your investment by doing your homework. There are a lot of myths out there about real estate and it's important to be aware of them so that you can make an informed decision.”   in this episode, Chuck Swope, a commercial real estate broker for over 20 years, discusses the market conditions for real estate and how he see opportunity and risks.   Chuck has experience in all major property sectors. Their firm specializes in hands-on, personalized service in support of their client's objectives. They work with small businesses up to large, multinational publicly traded companies and have an experienced, network and resources to execute on a variety of real estate assignments. they also focused on real estate practice within two hours of Philadelphia and maintain national and international relationships with alliances through the CCIM Institute, they are licensed in PA, NJ, DE, and MD.   Highlights:   [00:00 - 06:30] Opening Segment Chuck Swope is a Commercial real estate broker that focuses on the Mid-Atlantic region  The market has changed significantly since 2009, with prices for industrial and flex space increasing dramatically Technology has become more integrated into the commercial real estate industry, making the client experience better   [06:31 - 13:12] SBA Loans for Office Space: A Good Option for Business Owners The market is frosty, with risks for those who want to purchase or lease office space; The office is proving to be interesting, with opportunities to buy at a discount; The debt side of things is complicated but manageable with the help of a local community bank Timing on SBA loans can be slower than on conventional loans, but the benefits are worth it.   [13:13 - 16:30] Commercial Real Estate: Advice for New Investors The interest rates on mortgages have increased, making it more difficult for people to afford to buy or invest in commercial real estate. Some people are panicking and saying that they can't make the deal work when in reality it was never a good deal, to begin with. It's important to keep perspective and context when looking at deals, especially when rates are increasing.   [16:31 - 17:31] CCIM Classes: Advice from a Financial Expert The CCIM program will allow you to take deals apart from front to back, back to front change all types of different variables, and manipulate your projections based on more equity. This education is second to none and is cheap.     [17:32 -18:38] Closing Segment Reach out to Chuck See links below  Final words Tweetable Quote   “I think it's important that the occupier and utilizer of real estate, looks at it in a bigger picture. Yes. Prices are up, interest rates are up, but you need someplace to run your business.”  -Chuck Swope ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Chuck Swope by visiting www.swopelees.com   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com   Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Chuck Swope: if you want to purchase a warehouse in Chester county, Pennsylvania, where we do a lot of our work suburban Philadelphia and we're all throughout the Mid-Atlantic region New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania but anywhere in that region it's very hard to find flex space, 5, 10, 20 5,000, 50,000 feet. It just doesn't exist. [00:00:31] Sam Wilson: Chuck Swope is a commercial real estate broker who focuses on the Mid-Atlantic region. Chuck, welcome to the.  [00:00:37] Chuck Swope: Thanks so much. Thanks for having me, Sam. Hey  [00:00:39] Sam Wilson: man. The pleasure's mine, there are three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get  [00:00:46] Chuck Swope: there? Sure. I like most people I got into real estate and commercial real estate by accident. I was in graduate school and had worked for a couple of developers. Doing commercial development also residential land acquisition in Philadelphia and the Philadelphia suburbs had an opportunity to get my real estate license. And my first assignment was selling industrial condominiums. That was going on 18 years ago. Give or take. Where am I now I think that was your next question. That's right. Sure. I I worked for a gentleman who I continue to have an immense amount of respect for and after about three and a half, four years, I said, I'm still pretty young. And I'd like to go out and do this on my own. And in 2009, when things were just rosy, as you recall, I took the big plunge and we're still here to talk. Whatever this is 13 or so years later,  [00:01:34] Sam Wilson: 2009, that's a heck of a time to take the plunge into  [00:01:38] Chuck Swope: I didn't have children. I didn't have a whole lot of responsibilities. So, coming outta the great recession, why not?  [00:01:44] Sam Wilson: Right. Take your risks early, man. Yeah. When the consequences are few, , I love that. How have you seen things change? Like have you thought about 2009 market, 2022 market? How are things different  [00:01:57] Chuck Swope: now? Sure. Well, I got into the business in 2005 and again, I had a period of time where I worked in another office 2009, I guess. I really didn't know what, I didn't know. One of the greatest investments I've made in myself is the C cm designation and the education that the CCM Institute offers that immediately catapulted me into a much better broker and a much better resource for my clients. I can't advocate that program enough. Things have absolutely changed the the pricing. I mean, I can't believe I'm even saying this, having, just shy of 20 years in the business. I mean, I've seen values, double flex and industrial buildings that we used to sell for 60, 70, 80 bucks. A foot are now trading $150 a foot. That was one of the things we had talked about early on is just kind of the appreciation that we've seen over the last couple of years, especially in industrial and flex. What else has changed? Technology's obviously changed. We've implemented a lot of technology and advancements, in our small boutique brokerage. We're about a half a dozen folks here. Not a big shop by any means, but we really embrace and invest and look for technology to, to make the client experience better and to make us better brokers. So the technology and ability to work pretty much anywhere and ability to gather information is huge. And we love it. And we're gonna continue to look for new and better and different ways to do things. When you  [00:03:13] Sam Wilson: say technology. Yeah. Remote work. I get that part of it. But when you say gather information, like what information are you guys gathering right now that you feel like maybe you didn't have access to previously? And then how are you leveraging that to make informed decisions?  [00:03:27] Chuck Swope: Sure. Obviously co-star is kind of a thousand pound gorilla in the in the industry. It's kind of a love, hate relationship with them. But they do a good job. They're not shy about their prices. Maybe even unfair. But CoStar has a ton of resources. Even just from a marketing standpoint and kind of the infrastructure we used to run our office. We've made some in updates and investments there. What we used to outsource in terms of marketing brochures and flyers, and all types of offering memorandum and those types of things we're able to within minutes assemble that in our office change things updated. There's a lot more integration on the marketing. side We've got a couple other resources that we really rely on depending on the assignment Remy has been a great resource for us as well. Even just, the advancement in with something as simple as your cell phone. The pictures, I think are second to none. We do hire third party professional photographers, but a lot of times we can just . Grab 'em on our phone and they're Pretty darn good.  [00:04:18] Sam Wilson: That's. That's exactly right. I was talking to somebody about that the other day. And again, all the photographers and people in that industry are probably gonna, delete my show and say, no, you're absolutely wrong. Which, I love what they do, but I was talking, my wife was like, this is. This is a, I mean, your phone takes amazing photos, like for  [00:04:32] Chuck Swope: something that's quick and dirty and kind of routine. Now. Now, like I said, we do outsource things. Yeah. But kind of the day to day is for what we do is perfectly acceptable to use your phone for sure. And I also through the pandemic had really shifted and embraced more of an online presence and I've got, I don't know, maybe 50 or a hundred LinkedIn videos out there. I'm constantly adding. And the technology that you carry around in your pocket, enables you to take a video, upload it to LinkedIn and really make an impact. And sure enough, when I put a video out the phone rings for the next couple days, I call it dumb luck or whatever, but it's and I've been told I have a face for radio. Just little kind of little tweaks like that. Just embrace technology. Technology's a mixed blessing. It's not everything right. But it certainly does enhance certain areas of the business without a doubt.  [00:05:18] Sam Wilson: Yep. Absolutely true. I love that. Thanks for giving some very tangible products and things that you  [00:05:22] Chuck Swope: guys are doing. One, one other thing I want to highlight for those of you who do use the iPhone. And I know it's kind of two different cultures, iPhone, and I guess Android. Yeah, I'm not I'm and by the way, I'm not much of a tech guy. If you go into the notes section of your iPhone, there is a part of that application that allows you to scan full size plans. I can't tell you how many times I've been in, in a building. Somebody says I have these plans, they're 30 years old and I will never let 'em out on my possession. I said, do you mind if I just roll 'em out, we're gonna put 'em right here on the floor, put a stapler, on either end to hold it. And you can take a scan of a full size plan, 24 by 36. I had no idea it's in the notes section of your if you use an iPhone, if you go into notes, that's a huge little tip. Just go to a new document and then take the picture and you can do scan documents. You can get pretty darn good quality without ever taking that, that hard copy out of that building.  [00:06:17] Sam Wilson: That's cool. There you go. That's an active tip and trick right there. Folks. I, had  [00:06:20] Chuck Swope: not heard that you can do that today. You can do that today.  [00:06:23] Sam Wilson: That is very cool. Let's transition here. Chuck, I got questions about where you see, I mean, you guys are active brokers in the MidAtlantic region. Tell me, where do you see opportunity and then where do you see risks in the market  [00:06:35] Chuck Swope: right now? Risks. I think in certain segments in certain sectors the prices are definitely getting frosty. That being said if you want to purchase a warehouse in Chester county, Pennsylvania, where we do a lot of our work suburban Philadelphia and we're all throughout the Mid-Atlantic region New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania but anywhere in that region it's very hard to find flex space, 5, 10, 20 5,000, 50,000 feet. It just doesn't exist. And the cost to create that is high and therefore the price to purchase a building like that, or even the price to lease it is on the high side. I think at some point there's gonna be a correction. I have no idea when but prices are up and that's just the reality of the market we're in right now. For somebody with a five plus year horizon who's going to consider purchasing a building. I don't know that matters a whole lot that interest rates have gone up, but they're still relatively low. I'm not old enough to remember, the 18 and 20% rates of the early eighties. I was alive then, but I was. In the business. But the, when I remember six, seven, 8% interest rates, not that long ago, and that was sustain. Yeah,  [00:07:41] Sam Wilson: well, that's really interesting.  [00:07:42] Chuck Swope: So, so I think just to kind of close that thought, I think that, real estate is a tool and it's a vehicle for somebody to conduct business, whether they're at a professional services, accounting law firm, doctor's office, or whether they're warehousing product it's one piece and it's a vehicle to conduct that business. And, I think it's important that. Occupy and utilizer that real estate, looks at it in a bigger picture. Yes. Prices are up, interest rates are up, but you need someplace to run your business.  [00:08:07] Sam Wilson: Right. Right. And there's that question out there is, do prices ever go back down or normalize maybe at, I think at best maybe normalizes what we get  [00:08:16] Chuck Swope: we've printed. I think you're gonna see some softening. I don't think you're gonna see the bottom fall out. I just fundamentally don't think that's something that's gonna. Right.  [00:08:25] Sam Wilson: Right. and I don't see how it could, I mean, we've printed so much money that, I mean, it's gonna chase yield and it's in the system at this point and it's like the money's gotta go somewhere. It's the likelihood that those prices go back down, I think is limited. Tell me this, we talked about this a little bit off off air before we kicked off this show. What is an asset class you see, picking up right now and why?  [00:08:47] Chuck Swope: We have interestingly and we're, we're a small boutique firm but we've seen some office deals. I don't wanna say I was surprise to see them happen, but we're definitely seeing life in the office market without a doubt. I think work from home is convenient. I think work from home has a place. But it's also very difficult to bring bring on a new associate, to build a culture, to build a team around work from home. It's certainly convenient for us. Being a couple hundred miles apart to have this zoom call. Right. But I wouldn't wanna work like this every single day. Right. Right. So, so I would say if anything I think office is proving to be interesting.  [00:09:20] Sam Wilson: Is there opportunities to buy there at a discount right now? [00:09:25] Chuck Swope: It all depends on which what size and sector and the motivation of the owner and or landlord or seller yes. There's opportunities, but they would. In, at least in my experience it's maybe not as ripe as you would think. Because there is a market there and there is activity and there is demand. Yeah. Yeah.  [00:09:42] Sam Wilson: No, you hit it on the head there. You said it's not as ripe as I might think. I'm not in the office sector or office space, but it's something where I would've. Thought that there might be some really low hanging fruit there. And you're saying that's maybe  [00:09:52] Chuck Swope: necessary, not the case, at least where we are. I would say there's opportunities there to lease or purchase office space. And I would still say that's, either the buyer or the tenants market. But that's slowly shifting. And there's just not a lot of new supply coming online and the supply that's out there has been picked over and you've got some well healed landlords that, expect to get a reasonable return and they're in a position. They can wait for that.  [00:10:14] Sam Wilson: What are you recommending? I know this is asset class. I'd probably borrow or specific question. So maybe it's an unfair one, but what are you recommending on the debt side of things? What do you see people doing? And then what do you guess recommended to your  [00:10:26] Chuck Swope: clients? So we do a tremendous amount of owner occupied real estate.  We, we do investment real estate as well, but we also work with a lot of owner occupy. I think anybody who occupies real estate should consider owning it. I'm not saying everybody should own it, but anybody who occupies real estate for their place of business should consider owning it. One of the biggest tools that we push as a company or advocate for, I shouldn't say push, but, bring that awareness to the table is the SBA loan program. Everybody hears SBA and they think government and a bunch of bureaucracy and red tape. And I'm not gonna say there's not any. However we do, I don't know how many, a couple dozen SBA loans a year through our office and the process is not that much worse than conventional bank financing. There's two big things. In my opinion, the SBA offers to borrowers and that is 90% loan to value. And that includes the real estate, the improvements, fixtures, kind of everything in one. So you're coming outta pocket less. You're keeping that money on your balance sheet. I think most cases, a responsible thing for a business owner to look at. The other thing is that the SBA loans are fixed for 25 years. Unfortunately the ship has sailed on the really great deals that they were having, but back during COVID and after COVID. You were getting fixed money for 25 years, three, three and a half percent, three in change. Now, keep in mind that SBA piece is a portion of that 90%. It's of the 90% your bank will do 50% and the SBA will be 40. So, but roughly half of our little less than half of that loan is fixed for 25 years, which is a gift. Right.  [00:12:04] Sam Wilson: Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah. And is there a particular size of bank? I know I've I've dealt with this a little bit where the project size was either too big for the bank that I was talking to, or that maybe somebody else was talking to where they said, man, we could use the yes, but they just didn't understand. I guess the nuance,  [00:12:21] Chuck Swope: My father was a community banker here in Chester county and I just have a special place in my heart for community and regional banks. We work with the big banks. They certainly have their time in their place, but I would always encourage someone to speak with a local community bank as well. [00:12:35] Sam Wilson: Yeah, no, that's absolutely true. What about timing on the SBA loans? I've heard that they take longer to get across the finish line through an SBA loan. Is  [00:12:44] Chuck Swope: that not true? Not necessarily. Okay. It is important to understand that they are for intended for owner occupied real estate. So it's not investment real estate owner occupied, broadly defined by the SBAs occupying 51% of the building or more  the timing and the process is not much different. There's a couple extra steps I would say for kind of that much more work. You're getting that much more benefit. Right. Especially on the leverage and the term of the loan. So that's something the SBA has two primary commercial real estate loans. The 5 0 4 is more or less the flagship, the SBA 5 0 4. And then the seven a is also another real estate loan program that they have. But it's not anything more than what you would have to provide for a typical lender. Right,  [00:13:25] Sam Wilson: right. No, that's cool. I'm glad to dispel that myth. The gosh it's been for me the last time I used an SBA loan. Ooh. 15 years ago. So it's  [00:13:32] Chuck Swope: been a long time since so you wanna get familiar with the SBA lenders in your area and have these conversations front and, you want to air your concerns up front as well. Right,  [00:13:42] Sam Wilson: right. No, that's really that's. That's great. Absolutely great advice. We've talked a little bit about office picking up, we've talked about flex industrial. We've talked a little bit about risk. We've talked something some about financing and programs that are out there that maybe everybody's not utilizing, I guess. Is there anything else you see in the market or risks you see in the market or opportunities?  [00:14:00] Chuck Swope: Just, yeah, just one thing I wanna touch on. Yeah. And, rates of in, in this market, they've gone from you. Four and a quarter four and a half up to, five and a half, 5, 7, 5. Right. And some people have a very strong reaction to that, but I just wanna provide some context and some perspective if the deal was so tight that it doesn't work with a point difference or a point and change. If you can't make the deal work at 5.5%. But it works at four and a half percent. That was never a good deal to begin with. Right. It's just too tight. If you can't afford your mortgage or you can't make your numbers working as an investor. And you've got that, increase in interest rates, it was a deal that, that never should have happened in the first place. Yeah, , let's keep perspective and keep context. That's  [00:14:47] Sam Wilson: a great point. I like that a lot. I like that a lot because yeah, people are panicking. You hear like, oh my gosh, like we can't make this work. Or like you said, that's the deal was never a good deal in the  [00:14:57] Chuck Swope: first. It wasn't a good deal to begin with. [00:14:59] Sam Wilson: Right? Yeah. Yeah. And that's keep that. Yeah. That's keeping people probably out of trouble.  [00:15:03] Chuck Swope: So that's yeah. And that's fine. People shouldn't do deals that aren't good deals. Right, right. But if you're so light on your equity in the deal or. That change, in the mortgage payment makes that meaningful of a difference. It was never a good deal to begin with, in my opinion,  [00:15:18] Sam Wilson: if you were to give advice. Yeah. And I couldn't agree with you more last question here for you. If you were to give advice to someone who was just now scaling into commercial real estate, and they said, man, I'm really anxious to get it. Get in. What advice would you give them out of the gate  [00:15:34] Chuck Swope: as a broker or as an investor or as investor? I'll put myself out of business with this advice, but I would go take a couple CCIM classes. If I was a new investor, , you can start with the intro, which is two days or go through all four courses. The 1 0 1 is the flagship, but I would go sign up for cm class, do it online or in person, or I think there's hybrids as well. That's what I would do if I was giving advice.  [00:15:58] Sam Wilson: Wow. What would someone expect to benefit or get out of going through those classes?  [00:16:04] Chuck Swope: So I don't have a background in finance or I should say I came into the industry without a background in finance. I have a bachelor's degree and a master's in environmental studies. And I understood numbers. I understood mortgage payments and things like that. But the CCM program will allow you to take deals apart from front to back, back to front change all types of different variables and, manipulate your projections based on, more equity,  to me, it really just allows you to understand every single variable in the deal. That's  [00:16:31] Sam Wilson: really cool. That's not advice I've received yet here on the show. Certainly appreciate that.  [00:16:35] Chuck Swope: And if you don't have your C M Sam, I want you to go out and sign up today. I don't,  [00:16:40] Sam Wilson: I actually don't. I need to, I need to heed what you're telling me and go get that. Go get the  [00:16:44] Chuck Swope: education. The education is second to none. It's cheap. They should charge more for the courses. Right.  [00:16:50] Sam Wilson: right. That's awesome. I love that. Thanks for that. That that pointer there, that's something, actually, I was writing it down like, okay. One on one class CCIM. Doesn't just  [00:16:57] Chuck Swope: do, just start with the intro. It's two days. I don't know how they do it now, but when I took it, 15 years ago, it was two days. It's probably I do it online. You probably do it online. You can do it. Yeah, but how do you know if a deal's a good deal or not? Well, back up from there? It depends on the investor's objectives, right? But if somebody says I want cash on cash, or I want IRR, or I want, whatever it is that they want, I want to complete this exchange and then refinance in the future. It allows you to, to slice and dice all those different variables. That's awesome. I love that. I love that efficiently.  [00:17:31] Sam Wilson: That's yeah, there's the key point there's slice and dice them efficiently. Chuck certainly enjoyed having you on the show today. Thank you for coming on and just, yeah. Give us your thoughts on the market where op or opportunities are where risks are. We talked about the CCIM designation and going through the 1 0 1 class. You even taught us how to scan scan prints and things like that right there, right here, right there from your iPhone. So that's fantastic. Certainly appreciate it. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you, learn more about you or see what what you guys have in the pipeline. What is the best way  [00:17:58] Chuck Swope: to do that? SW lees.com S w O P E L E s.com or I'm Chuck at SW please, or find me on LinkedIn.  [00:18:08] Sam Wilson: Fantastic. Chuck, thank you again for your time today. I do appreciate  [00:18:11] Chuck Swope: it. Sounds good. Thank you so 

Calvary Chapel Lubbock
Occupy Until I Come...Jesus - Audio

Calvary Chapel Lubbock

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 60:55


Pastor Ben explains Matthew 25 1:13 by showing us how a Jewish Wedding works. The wise bridesmaids had oil in their lamps when the Bridegroom came for His Bride. They were ready as we should be for our Lord's eminent return! Do you know what it means to "follow" Jesus? Due to social media, in today's society, the word "follow" means to simply press a button and "become a fan" of someone. But to "Follow Jesus" means something totally different. "Following Jesus" means to read and study the Word of God, and apply what we learn from the Word of God to our every day lives; to love people in the same manner that Jesus loves people. If you'd like to join us, please visit us at 4218 Boston Ave. Lubbock Texas. You can also call us at (806) 799-2227, email us at calvarylubbock@hotmail.com, or visit us online at CalvaryChapelLubbock.church. Please feel free to let us know about your walk with Jesus. If you'd like to donate to help us bring the Gospel to the world, just click on the donate button on our website.

Imitators of God Ministries Colossal Vivacious Church with Pastor Emmanuel Williams in Tallahassee Florida - Sermons Teaching

Let's open our Bibles to Revelation 19. +++++++ Ways to Give: CashApp: $IOGM Pay Pal - www.imitatorsofGodministries.com Text to Give - Text the amount to (844)940-2781 Follow us: imitatorsofGodministries.com/Facebook

Democracy Now! Video
Robin D. G. Kelley on 20 Years of "Freedom Dreams": Occupy & Black Lives Matter Movements, Abolition

Democracy Now! Video

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022


Historian and author Robin D. G. Kelley joins us for an extended Part 2 interview about the 20th anniversary edition of his book, “Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination.”

Democracy Now! Audio
Robin D. G. Kelley on 20 Years of "Freedom Dreams": Occupy & Black Lives Matter Movements, Abolition

Democracy Now! Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022


Historian and author Robin D. G. Kelley joins us for an extended Part 2 interview about the 20th anniversary edition of his book, “Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination.”

Profit With Heart
Find Your Niche, Occupy It, Then Dominate It with David Dulany & David Dember, Part 1

Profit With Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 25:28


SHOW SUMMARYThere will always be a price for innovation, and choosing the unbeaten path is risky, but fortune will always favor the bold. Such is the story of our guests, who started podcasting in 2016 and decided to find a niche that not many had occupied before: sales development. In this episode of the Salescast Podcast, our host Edward Purmalis talks to Tenbound CEO David Dulany and David Dember, the host of the Sales Development Podcast about finding an underserved sector, fill the need, and dominate it by setting a high standard for those who are bound to follow your example.  HIGHLIGHTSHow and Why Tenbound got startedAnybody can start a podcast, but it takes a lot more to keep it goingThe tech industry is experiencing a shakedownEverything is an ad now, it's tough to stand outPreparation meets opportunity QUOTESDavid Dulany on the state of podcasting when they started in 2016: "Even at that time, people were saying podcasting is over, podcasting is dead. There's too many podcasts and stuff like that. And this is like six years ago. It was interesting that, ‘No dude. Podcasting is not dead. It's actually an awesome medium for so many different things.'"David Dulany on the mission of the Sales Development podcast: "I always looked at it that there's a lot of super smart people that are doing this. They're doing it really really well. And you never talk to them because they're in the office or now with COVID. They're at home working remotely. They're heads down. They're not trying to become a guru or something in the market. But they have all this great information. It's like how can we surface this and share it and make it useful for people."David Dember's process on researching his guest: "Being a better host, it's once again understanding the individual. Not only understanding the role. So for example, I end up going to someone's LinkedIn page and I don't have much information about their actual day-to-day. Like someone could have the Head of Global Sales Development, there might not be much research on that. I'll take it a step further. I'll go into Indeed.com and I'll round up going to Jobs and typing on that search specifically to understand their KPIs. If I understand their KPIs that's going to be one bucket for me to really identify how we're going to have a conversation."You can connect with David Dulany and David Dember and in the links below:LinkedIn (David Dember) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/daviddember/LinkedIn (David Dulany) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidkdulany/The Sales Development Podcast - https://tenbound.com/podcast/If you're listening to the Salescast Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback.

The Hacker Factory
A Conversation With Occupy The Web | The Hacker Factory Podcast With Phillip Wylie

The Hacker Factory

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 40:54


Occupy The Web is the handle used to protect the anonymity of the hacker that goes under that pseudonym. Known by many as a writer and hacking instructor, we learn of his cyber warfare involvement.Occupy The Web is a former computer science professor turned hacker and hacker educator. He is an author of hacking books and an instructor of hacking courses he offers online. When the Ukraine requested the help of hackers from around the globe, Occupy The Web answered the call._______________________GuestOccupy The WebFounder and Instructor at Hackers AriseOn Twitter | https://twitter.com/three_cube______________________HostPhillip WylieOn ITSPmagazine  

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
A Conversation With Occupy The Web | The Hacker Factory Podcast With Phillip Wylie

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 40:54


Occupy The Web is the handle used to protect the anonymity of the hacker that goes under that pseudonym. Known by many as a writer and hacking instructor, we learn of his cyber warfare involvement.Occupy The Web is a former computer science professor turned hacker and hacker educator. He is an author of hacking books and an instructor of hacking courses he offers online. When the Ukraine requested the help of hackers from around the globe, Occupy The Web answered the call._______________________GuestOccupy The WebFounder and Instructor at Hackers AriseOn Twitter | https://twitter.com/three_cube______________________HostPhillip WylieOn ITSPmagazine  

Remake
058. Richard Bartlett: Decentralized by Design

Remake

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 54:21


TODAY'S GUEST   Today, I'm speaking to Richard D. Bartlett, aka Rich Decibels.   During the Occupy movement in 2011, Rich caught a glimpse of a different way of being together — more compassionate, more intelligent, more creative, inclusive, and animating than he'd experienced as a student worker or citizen up to that point. Since then, he's been on a mission. In 2012 he co-founded Loomio, a digital tool for deliberation and decision-making in groups of 3-300 people.   In 2016 he co-founded The Hum, a management consultancy for organizations without managers. The Hum has recently published an online training course that shares what they know about working in highly decentralized organizations. Rich is also a Director and longstanding member of Enspiral — a network of people supporting each other to grow up and to get paid for doing meaningful work.   Rich has a daily writing practice. He writes about how people work together, at any scale, from relationships, to organizations, to social change, and he's prolific on Twitter and on Medium. His fascinating book (currently in beta) is called Patterns for Decentralized Organizing and can be downloaded from Leanpub.   EPISODE SUMMARY   In this conversation we talk about: How growing up in a strict fundamentalist Christian upbringing, and decoupling from that, shaped his outlook. His complex relationship with atheism and religion today. How he discovered love and solidarity in activism. Technologies of organizing. Forming decentralized decision-making processes. Nihilism in the face of dysfunction as a form of cowardice. Loomio, and collective decision-making software. Status and hierarchy. Shifting culture through fermentation. And the concept of stewardship.   We spoke in mid-June 2022, and I was excited to talk to Rich since he's been introduced to me by Daniel Thorson, whom I interviewed here in episode 10. I've been following his writing on Twitter and find the idea of decentralized work and collaboration fascinating, exciting, and challenging.   It's perhaps the greatest question of our time: now that we're all connected and have incredible tools of self-organization, how can we make better decisions together? How can we outcompete centralized organizations? And how can we benefit from the wonderful richness of so many brains without descending into chaos, nihilism and mob rule?   This conversation is one of a dozen or so weekly conversations that we already have lined up for you with thinkers, designers, makers, authors, entrepreneurs, and activists who are working to change our world for the better. So follow this podcast on your favorite podcast app, or head over to RemakePod.org to subscribe.   And now let's jump right in with Richard D. Bartlett.   TIMESTAMP CHAPTERS   [5:23] Life in the Present [8:07] Early Childhood Community [10:33] A Complex Religious Journey [18:37] The Occupy Movement [23:45] A Transformational Insight [28:21] Cowardice and Courage [30:40] Membership Groups [35:16] Intersecting Communities [41:06] Status and Hierarchy  [44:35] Fermenting the Right Culture [48:21] The Stewardship System [51:58] A Short Sermon   EPISODE LINKS Richard's Links

WWL First News with Tommy Tucker
Will the Republicans or Democrats occupy the center and win over moderates?

WWL First News with Tommy Tucker

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 8:39


David Schultz joins Tommy to talk about the 2022 midterm election. 

Daily Treasure
Where Do I Go from Here? Occupy Until I Come (Aug 20, 2022)

Daily Treasure

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022


Dave Troy Presents
The Red-Brown Alliance with Alexander Reid Ross

Dave Troy Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 91:51


People talk about "horseshoe theory," but where does it come from? The idea of a "red-brown alliance" has been part of political discourse for decades, and plays up on the notion that the very far left and very far right have common interests in countering the status quo. Alexander Reid Ross is a geographer and political historian who has written about this phenomenon extensively. Tracing it back to its roots, he also has documented instances of where he has observed this in his own activism — which has sometimes earned him criticism. Dave talks with Alex about the history of this phenomenon and what we can do about it going forward. More info: https://alexanderreidross.net Keywords: Red-brown alliance, communism, fascism, Guenon, Dugin, Rene Girard, Bakunin, Yockey, Sorokin, Ilyin, Occupy, Horseshoe theory, dirtbag left, Willis Carto, David Icke, David Duke.

The Health Ranger Report
Situation Update, Aug 15, 2022 - The DS plan revealed: Frame a civil war to justify UN troops to OCCUPY and DISARM America

The Health Ranger Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 78:47 Very Popular


0:00 Intro 14:45 Main Story 39:30 Hilary Clinton 42:15 New Intel   - Deep state to indict Trump to provoke attempted #civilwar uprising by "extremists" - In this scenario, the govt. blows up its own buildings with help of #FBI terrorists - Govt. plays the victim like Bill Clay / Hans Gruber from Die Hard - Feigning weakness, govt. calls for UN occupation "peacekeeping" across America - UN troops attempt nationwide disarmament and the complete takeover - China's PLA troops can be UN-authorized, this is how China invades the USA without resistance For more updates, visit: http://www.brighteon.com/channel/hrreport NaturalNews videos would not be possible without you, as always we remain passionately dedicated to our mission of educating people all over the world on the subject of natural healing remedies and personal liberty (food freedom, medical freedom, the freedom of speech, etc.). Together, we're helping create a better world, with more honest food labeling, reduced chemical contamination, the avoidance of toxic heavy metals and vastly increased scientific transparency. ▶️ Every dollar you spend at the Health Ranger Store goes toward helping us achieve important science and content goals for humanity: https://www.healthrangerstore.com/ ▶️ Sign Up For Our Newsletter: https://www.naturalnews.com/Readerregistration.html ▶️ Brighteon: https://www.brighteon.com/channels/hrreport ▶️ Join Our Social Network: https://brighteon.social/@HealthRanger ▶️ Check In Stock Products at: https://PrepWithMike.com

Today with Claire Byrne
Russian forces occupy nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 7:43


Patrick Bury, Defence Expert at the University of Bath

CoastLife Church with Pastor Jason Warman
Kingdom Crash- The Kingdom Collection-Pastor Jason Warman

CoastLife Church with Pastor Jason Warman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 41:51


Join us as Pastor Jason Warman launches our new collection of talks, The Kingdom Collection. We hope this message encourages and inspires you!Want more like this from CoastLife Church?YouTube: CoastLife Church - YouTubeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/mycoastlifechurchInstagram: https://instagram.com/coastlifechurch...GIVE: https://www.mycoastlifechurch.com/giveLooking to get connected? We'd love to meet you! We offer several different ways to connect and be in community: Join a Together Group, Register for CoastLife+, or become a part of our Serve Team today by visiting: CoastLife Connect Card - CoastLife Church (churchcenter.com)Give: To support and be a part of or growth and global impact click here: https://www.mycoastlifechurch.com/give

SPS
Ep. 48: The Great Resignation & an Interview w/ Andy Gittlitz

SPS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 68:32


On this episode of SPS, our resident financial guru sits down with Pamela to discuss the so-called Great Resignation, or “Big Quit”. They take up the concerns over birth rates & mental illness, as well as how social democratic policies naturalize the crisis of capital. In the second half of the episode, Pamela interviews Andy Gittlitz, cohost of the Antifada podcast and author of I Want to Believe: Posadism, UFOs and Apocalypse Communism. They discuss the trajectory of the millennial left, from the anti-war movement, through Occupy to BLM; and the obstacles to building an independent political party on the left. Links: Erin Hagood on Antifada Podcast (March 16, 2022) - https://fans.fm/p/21V7vzkhttps://fans.fm/p/21V7vzk
 Crisis in Ukraine, Platypus NYC - https://youtu.be/Uyoe5ml05LQ Chris Cutrone, "Dogmatization and Thought Taboos on the Left" in sublationmag.com (July 1, 2022) - https://www.sublationmag.com/post/dogmatization-and-thought-taboos-on-the-left Links from Andy Gittlitz - https://www.sm28.org/articles/on-the-war-in-ukraine-and-the-socioeconomic-struggles-to-come/ - https://www.patreon.com/theantifada - https://www.plutobooks.com/9781786806208/i-want-to-believe/ Conrad Hamilton, "Abortion, Capitalism, and Demographic Control" in sublationmag.com (May 17, 2022) - https://www.sublationmag.com/post/abortion-capitalism-and-demographic-control John D'Emilio, “Capitalism and Gay Identity” from Powers of Desire: The Politics of Sexuality, eds. Ann Snitow, Christine Stansell, Sharon Thompson (New York, 1983) - https://platypus1917.org/wp-content/uploads/readings/demilio_captialismgayid.pdf SPS is hosted by Pamela and Andreas, with original tracks by Tamas Vilaghy, and editing assistance by Michael Woodson and Tamas Vilaghy. Our Sh-t Platypus Does team is Lisa M. and Rebekah P. To learn more about Platypus, go to platypus1917.org

Built HOW
Khalil El Ghoul - Occupy Your Target Market

Built HOW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 27:09


Khalil El Ghoul knew his natural sphere wasn't going to help him reach his goals, so he assimilated himself and his family into the neighborhood and lifestyle he wanted to sell. To fit in with his ideal network he purchased an expensive home within his target community, sent his kids to the best private school, and joined the country club. Khalil went from being a refugee to the US, growing up poor to running a $125M producing real estate business. ---------- Visit www.builthow.com to sign up for our next live or virtual event.   Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network

MTG: More Than Graphics
Occupy Bonus

MTG: More Than Graphics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 35:01


Did you know? Every Tuesday evening Cicely and Danielle deep dive into each months topic on Clubhouse? This months theme is OCCUPY and this episode is a great TEASER of the topics we speak on. WARNING: we let our hair down in this specific space, which usually means away from our desks/ mics with wine + lots of real talk. If you're on the Clubhouse platform, take time to check out More Than Graphics podcast and join on weekly conversations Tuesdays at 7:30pm EDT. CLUBHOUSE TOPIC: Occupying Space For Women In Tech FOLLOW MTG ON CLUBHOUSE: https://www.clubhouse.com/club/mtg-more-than-graphics-podcast

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
Finding Success in an Auto Repair Complex [AW 116]

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 24:59


Guest host and shop tour with Danielle Vila, Red Rock Repair, Las Vegas, NV. How has Danielle's team maintained 30% growth over the last 3 years while being located in an automotive repair complex? Danielle Vila,https://redrockrepairlasvegas.com/ ( Red Rock Repair), Las Vegas, NV. Danielle's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=vila (HERE) Watch on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPOUqV9Qme4&t=1s (YouTube) Key Talking Points Located in a complex that was developed 20 years ago- only area that is zoned for automotive repair, sandwiched between other repair shops Occupy 2 spaces- originally designed to be two separate shops. Limited space with parking. Not able to do pick up service/car wash etc. How can you still have a customer experience? Clean, smells clean, waiting area, snacks and coffee (also available to vendors). Only shop in complex that has a break room for employees.  New customer orientation- discuss what they can expect  Growing every year by 30% the last 3 years  Labor rates General $150, Diesel $190, Custom and Classic $200 Connect with the Podcast: https://aftermarketradionetwork.com/ (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partner: Dorman gives people greater freedom to fix vehicles by constantly developing new repair solutions that put owners and technicians first. Take the Dorman Virtual Tour athttp://www.dormanproducts.com/Tour ( www.DormanProducts.com/Tour)   https://aftermarketradionetwork.com () https://remarkableresultsradio.captivate.fm/listen ()

UNDISTRACTED with Brittany Packnett Cunningham
“The System Works For Those Who Occupy It”: Maria Teresa Kumar on Voting Rights

UNDISTRACTED with Brittany Packnett Cunningham

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 37:07


The majority of Americans didn't want to see Roe v. Wade overturned—but it was. Most Americans want gun reform—but it doesn't happen. So the big question is: What's going on here? Maria Teresa Kumar, cofounder of Voto Latino, understands the answers, and she lays them out here, in conversation with correspondent Treasure Brooks. They talk gerrymandering, voter suppression and the very specific races we need to win this fall in order to make things better. And of course, host Brittany Packnett Cunningham breaks down this week's UNtrending news.  To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

TerraSpaces
OmniFlix FlixTalk 29

TerraSpaces

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 110:09


Today on the Ether we have the OmniFlix FlixTalk 29 hosted by Chev. You'll hear from Mani, Sistla V Abhishek, Tardigrades NFT, SuperEra_Sa, Anon, Sandytoes2211, Occupy, WildFlix, sBeer Club, and more! Recorded on July 27th 2022. If you enjoy the music at the end of the episodes, you can find the albums streaming on Spotify, and the rest of your favorite streaming platforms. Check out Project Survival, Virus Diaries, and Plan B wherever you get your music. Thank you to everyone in the community who supports TerraSpaces.

Sunday Letters
216 Kropotkin & The Conquest of Bread

Sunday Letters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 25:47


In today’s Sunday Letters essay, I’m taking a look at the Anarchist Communist philosophy of the Russian Prince and social activist, Petr Kropotkin. He envisioned a socialist revolution, a revolution of the people, but was his vision for society too idealistic to work? Is our society today any different from Kropotkin’s era? Most commentators suggest our working conditions and freedoms have improved one hundredfold. But large numbers of people are dissatisfied with work, still seeing it as a means to an end. So have things really improved? One hundred years after Kropotkin’s death, let’s examine his Anarchist philosophy and its parallels with today’s society.Become A Patron of Sunday LettersIf Socialism is a dirty word, Anarchism is outright filth. Where the former is a cynical means by which the lazy and inept in our society scheme to lie about all day doing little while hard-working citizens like you and me pay for it, the latter steals from our pockets and destroys everything we own. Of course, this is the Fox News or Daily Mirror version. The reality is very different. Anarchism, and by extension, Socialism, are not about you and I propping up wasters and wielding the wrecking ball on society. Rather, their fundamental premise was founded on equity and fairness for all and the removal of exploitation by dictators and bureaucrats of those in society who are weaker.Anarchism has its roots in the socialist movements of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, where its idealism centred upon ultra-democratic principles of fairness, economic equality, individual and collective freedom, the integrity of self-directed work, and non-hierarchical socially-led politics. Unfortunately, as it has been with most if not all social change through history, violence and destruction are never far away and served to taint the ideals that gave birth to those movements. Lenin’s version of socialism and corruption of Marxist ideas — the communist dictatorship of the proletariat—is a case in point.One of the modern era’s most recent Anarchist initiatives was the Occupy Wall Street movement post the 2008 global financial crash. People were irate with the boldness and arrogance of the political and financial elite that ran the show. These were and are the real pick-pockets of ordinary working people, not the unemployed and disadvantaged. However, in spite of the sympathy the movement received, its leftist ideology, which sought to address the imbalance, failed to drum up a long-lasting following. It was merely a flash of idealism that peered out from a gap in the capitalist fabric of US society. The reason to fight must become compelling and inevitable for real change to happen. It must be enduring too, and I wonder if most Americans, British, Europeans and others in the Global North, are simply too comfortable to fight even in spite of the raging inflation we’re currently experiencing.Anarchism’s 2011 display of rage against the machine of Capitalism and the inequality it breeds petered out, and people once again settled into their jobs (or their unemployment). Powerless to make a lasting change and alienated once again from the promise of work that might possibly bring about fulfilment and freedom, people got on with their lives. Although founded on the principle of freedom and liberty from the tyranny of hierarchical systems, some suggest that Anarchism may be too interested in making bold statements through violent action. It is argued that it has no lasting impact because it lacks the ability to think strategically about the change it wishes to see. As the populist idea goes, Anarchism is too interested in looting, burning, rioting and being a general nuisance to society to become a popular long-lasting movement for change.But perhaps this idea is too simple.The Sunday Letters Journal is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.What Is Anarchism?The late David Graeber, in a 2011 article for Aljazeera, said the following of Anarchism;“The easiest way to explain anarchism is to say that it is a political movement that aims to bring about a genuinely free society – that is, one where humans only enter those kinds of relations with one another that would not have to be enforced by the constant threat of violence. History has shown that vast inequalities of wealth, institutions like slavery, debt peonage or wage labour, can only exist if backed up by armies, prisons, and police. Anarchists wish to see human relations that would not have to be backed up by armies, prisons and police. Anarchism envisions a society based on equality and solidarity, which could exist solely on the free consent of participants.”There is a long tradition of political and intellectual anarchist thought, one of the most astute being the nineteenth Century anarchist communist Petr Kropotkin. (For an extensive collection of political and intellectual writings from Kropotkin and others, see The Anarchist Library, the Monthly Review, and Freedom Press). Kropotkin was a blue-blood aristocrat born to an ancient noble family descendant from the Ninth Century Rurik Dynasty and the first rulers of Russia. Despite his privileged background, he railed against its imperial status and its abuse of power over the people. His father was, in his eyes, the embodiment of Tsarist Russia and its military-bureaucratic state, and although highly regarded in political and social circles, Kropotkin dedicated his life to activism. Petr’s home life was irrationally disciplinarian, and he viewed his father’s contempt and cruelty towards servants as despicable. As such, Petr developed a strong empathy for ordinary people. He wrote, “I do not know what would have become of us if we had not found in our house, amidst the serf servants, that atmosphere of love which children must have around them.”It was this childhood experience and the contrast between the cold imperialist attitude of his parents and the open and loving arms of the servents that laid the foundation for his later thought and writing, the most influential of which was The Conquest of Bread. The book is said to capture Kropotkin’s philosophy more than any other of his writings. His vision of the anarchist society was based on camaraderie rather than hierarchy and goodwill rather than coercion and was founded on a profound optimism about human nature. It is a system of society based on cooperation, fairness, collectivism, and the belief that these traits of being are natural and innate to human beings.Kropotkin on Work & CapitalismHowever, Kropotkin’s Anarchism wasn’t without its challenges. For example, how may Anarchism be made compatible with the modern technological society and growing consumerism? The Conquest of Bread was first published in a series of articles, then republished in a single volume in 1892 and was his attempt to address these concerns in simple terms. He started from the assumption that property must be collectively owned because, in the complex modern world where everything is interdependent, claiming a single origin for a product of industry was untenable. He also wrote that keeping the wage system unequal would only ensure the survival of competitiveness and selfishness. Wages would have to be distributed equally, and goods and services distributed freely by democratic bodies. The economy would then be organised according to the communist principle — from each according to their ability and to each according to their need.These ideas are so alien to a mind educated and raised in a Capitalist culture that they seem completely absurd and unworkable. But Kropotkin believed that this radical equality should govern all spheres of life. He argued that the normal division of labour that privileged intellectual, white-collar workers enjoyed over manual workers, consigned most people to monotonous and soul-destroying lives. Labour was to be shared, and “mental” and “manual” tasks integrated so that work would no longer be a curse, and instead, be the free exercise of all the faculties of humankind.His critique of specialisation and hierarchy was also applied to the global economy. An early critic of globalisation, Kropotkin argued that industry and agriculture must be integrated into all regions of the world, ensuring self-sufficiency. Developing countries were to be aided towards industrialisation and, therefore, rectify the growing gap between rich and poor.It [economics] should try to analyse how far the present means are expedient and satisfactory… [, and] should concern itself with the discovery of means for the satisfaction of these needs with the smallest possible waste of labour and with the greatest benefit to mankind in general.Kropotkin’s Anarchism was a rigorous and coherent application of radical democracy and equality to all areas of life. It did not, for example, require a central state body to distribute wages according to performance and so avoided the potential authoritarianism of other versions of Anarchism. However, it did show Kropotkin to be overly idealistic with a naive view of human nature. What about people who refused to work or those who behaved antisocially? Would eliminating market incentives not undermine a functioning economy bringing it to its knees? On the subject of production, Kropotkin insisted that collective organisation and participation were more efficient than the managerialism common in private firms. Enjoyable work, Kropotkin argued, and workers’ knowledge that they were working for the common good provided higher incentives than being compelled to work under the threat of starvation or punishment. It was the democratic organisation of work.Kropotkin also insisted that eliminating market capitalism would improve, not undermine, market efficiency and minimise waste. For instance, abolishing private banks, he suggested, would remove parasitic middlemen allowing resources to be directed to those parts of society that desperately needed them. Similarly, local economic self-sufficiency would remove the expense of transport systems and communications required by the increasingly specialised global economy. For Kropotkin, a more egalitarian society with fair patterns of consumption was possible, and at the root of this argument was his conviction that the economy already produced enough to provide everyone with a good standard of living. The problem, he insisted, was with distribution rather than production. In Fields, Factories and Workshops, Kropotkin demonstrated that humanity already possessed the technical means to produce healthy food abundantly for everyone with relatively little effort and expense. We know this today too, although the imperative to hoard wealth and resources remain in place. The precursors to today’s factory farms existed at this time, and which, Kropotkin noted, destroyed the soil for generations and displaced people who might otherwise obtain a comfortable living from the land.On the subject of wages, Kropotkin suggested that if people had the means to support themselves, to meet their daily requirements without the need to hire out their bodies for payment, no one would consent to work for wages. Which are, he insisted, inevitably a mere fraction of the value of the goods or services they produce. Even the independent artisan worker of Kropotkin’s time could barely do better than support his family, let alone save for his old age. Have Things Changed For The Better?Here we are today, just over one hundred years since Kropotkin’s death, and I wonder, are things fundamentally any different? Technology is a bit of a double-edged sword insofar as it has improved materially the lives of millions of people. But it has also worsened the lives of many more. African children still dig in mines for precious metals, Indian girls are forced into the sex trade in the slums of Mumbai, and illegal migrants in the US are forced to work in cramped rooms all day and night for meagre wages. Jason Hickel, economic anthropologist and author, writes extensively on globalisation and the damage it does to people in the global south. They are, he suggests, paying for the luxury that we in the north enjoy. In a recent article, Hickel says that extreme poverty is not natural; it’s created. Exploitation in the name of Capitalism carries on.Kropotkin sought a global revolution by working people over their capitalist overlords. It didn’t happen, and although there are brief flurries of anarchist activity, as we saw in the 2011 Occupy movement, they are short-lived. I sense that we have become too comfortable, too easily manipulated and made weak by the ease at which life comes to us. Yet, ironically, we are deeply dissatisfied and unhappy with work. We may wear different clothes, have access to a universe of information in our pockets, enjoy better healthcare, have access to endless “entertainment”, and the opportunity to satisfy our every whim, but are we really better off? And crucially, have we found a way to work free? I’m not so sure the conquest of bread has ever been satisfied and perhaps it never will.The Sunday Letters Journal is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit sundayletters.larrygmaguire.com/subscribe

WORD TO GO With Pastor Mensa Otabil

WORD TO GO with Pastor Mensa Otabil Episode 820

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CBS This Morning - News on the Go
7/11: An out-of-control wildfire forces evacuations in Yosemite National Park. Protesters occupy homes of Sri Lanka's top leaders.

CBS This Morning - News on the Go

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 15:24


An out-of-control wildfire is forcing evacuations in Yosemite National Park. The flames are covering more than 3 square miles, and are threatening the park's famous giant sequoias -- some of the largest trees in the world. Trump ally Steve Bannon now says he's willing to testify before the committee investigating the January 6th riot. An amazing explosion of public anger in Sri Lanka has forced the president and prime minister to resign. Tens of thousands of protesters occupied the homes of the two leaders in the capital city of Columbo. Rescuers are still trying to get people out of an apartment building in Ukraine where Russian rockets killed at least 19 people Saturday. The WNBA all-stars show solidarity with Brittney Griner -- as she remains in a Russian prison.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Sri Lankan protesters occupy presidential palace

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 2:25


The political chaos in Sri Lanka took a new turn Monday. Officials on the Indian Ocean island nation said parliament will vote on a new president next week. That's after mass protests in the capital forced the president and prime minister to offer their resignations. Peter Smith of Independent Television News reports from Colombo. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Al Jazeera - Your World
Sri Lankan protesters occupy palace, Mass shootings in South Africa

Al Jazeera - Your World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 2:19


Global News Podcast
Russian forces occupy Severodonetsk after weeks of fighting

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 28:01 Very Popular


The eastern Ukrainian city falls after Kyiv withdraws its remaining troops to neighbouring Lysychansk. Also: Norwegian police are treating Friday's attacks on bars and nightclubs in Oslo as Islamist terrorism; and how a new bridge in Bangladesh is connecting millions across the country.

The Antifada
Antifada's History is a Weapon 14: The Dawn of (Occupy) Everything w/ Matt Christman EXTENDED PREVIEW

The Antifada

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 11:29


Matt and Sean are back with an critical review of David Graeber and David Wengrow's 'The Dawn of Everything' and their popular reimagining of humanity's historical evolution. What can their anthropology tell us about what freedom means and has meant to peole? How does their account change our conception of the science of historical materialism? What politics follow from their project and what are the limitations of their Occupy Wall Street-esque worldview? For the full episode become a patron today at www.patreon.com/theantifada Intro: N i g h t f e v e r - V a p o r w a v e

All In with Chris Hayes
Proud Boys document shows detailed Jan. 6 plan to occupy government buildings

All In with Chris Hayes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 41:58 Very Popular


Guests: Ryan Reilly, Danya Perry, George Conway, Rep. Adam Schiff, Parker MolloyA blueprint for the attack on the Capitol. Tonight: The new document from the Proud Boys detailing their plan for January 6. Then, how one of the rioters got a  tour of the Capitol from a Republican congressman the day before the insurrection. Plus, the planned hearing tomorrow focusing on Vice President Mike Pence. And the real-life consequences of the big lie on a local election in New Mexico.