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Centre Presbyterian Church
Predictably Unpredictable

Centre Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022


The confusion of what a Messiah would bring, and the expectation people had of Jesus created confusion in the disciples because of Jesus predicting his death. How could Jesus' death usher in the Kingdom of God?

The Sunday Sweat - Fantasy Football Podcast
Final Offseason Takes (Flag Plants and Fades!)

The Sunday Sweat - Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 122:12


The guys break down final thoughts on their biggest flag plants and fades on the eve of the NFL season. Check out who Mike and Andrew avoided at cost all draft season, who they are expecting big things from, and who they are worried about being burnt by. Predictably, we get some final parting shots off at each others' takes on polarizing players including Najee Harris, Juju Smith-Schuster, Diontae Johnson, Amon-Ra St. Brown, and Cole Kmet. The episode wraps up with brief analysis on their final home league draft, and a few gems to target who are currently sitting on most waiver wires. 

Cents and Sensibility: the Inflation Guy Podcast
Ep. 38: Is Tuition Forgiveness Inflationary?

Cents and Sensibility: the Inflation Guy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 24:18


Two weeks ago, President Biden waved his hand and forgave billions of dollars of tuition debt. Predictably, many have called this super-inflationary because of the increase in the deficit it entails. Is it? The Inflation Guy may surprise you with his answer, and with his warning for Republican strategists.

The Savvy Dentist with Dr Jesse Green
376: How to scale your practice predictably

The Savvy Dentist with Dr Jesse Green

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 53:38


If you want a business that runs on rails that allows you to take time away, on holiday, while the business still takes great care of your patients and remains profitable, then today's episode with Peter Mohr will allow you to understand the code that will allow your business to operate while you're not there. Peter Mohr  helps entrepreneurs transform their frustrations into freedoms by using a variety of frameworks that help them cut through the chaos and overwhelm of running a business. Pete's refined his tips, tools, and techniques within his own businesses over the past 25 years and loves sharing them so others can live the life they deserve as business leaders. In this episode we discuss: [3:48] - Defining ‘entrepreneurship'. Why you need a balanced life. Do you have any hobbies or creative pursuits? [7:22] - Breaking through the start-up mode and applying the 5 ‘P's'. Decisions should be made at the lowest level in your business.  [12:27] - Crafting your business ‘promise' so that everyone understands it. [17:58] - Refining your ‘product' is important to ensure you can deliver on your ‘promise'. Do you need to refine your ‘product' offering? [35:15] - We are not only marketing to our customers, but also to our team. Peter and Jesse discuss what a ‘discovery day' is for new staff members. [38:19] - OK … time to breakdown your accountability chart for your practice. What's an accountability chart we hear you say … well, listen in, Peter and Jesse explain. [43:01] - So, we've covered 4 of the 5 P's … wanna know what the 5th P is? This element set's your business up for ultimate success. This P will make your life easier, and it will be a life you love. [48:27] -  When you set your business up and it's rolling on rails, your business will run when you're not even there. This is when your business is the most valuable. Find out more: Peter Mohr - LinkedIn Peter Mohr - Instagram Peter Mohr - Website Register for the FREE dental success seminar Book A Strategy Call  Savvy Dentist Facebook Group Access FREE Video Series: Earn More, Work Less Savvy Dentist App - Download Now

The Free Thought Project Podcast
Guest: Cody Wilson - 3D Guns and Empowering the Masses by Making Gun Control Obsolete

The Free Thought Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 68:29


Cody Wilson is the founder of the Austin-based Defense Distributed — the first private defense contractor in service of the general public. Since 2012's Wiki Weapon project, pioneered by Wilson, Defense Distributed has defined the state of the art in small scale, digital, personal gunsmithing technology. In the years since it began the project has evolved from rudimentary single shot pistols in to full-scale at-home weapons creation with unlimited options. Now, potential customers no longer need to order metal parts online to complete their weapons and instead can build from scratch right in their own home. Predictably, the nature of Wilson's activism and enterprise has put a target on his back yet he has consistently persevered, winning a landmark First Amendment case to keep 3D-printed gun plans online — despite Obama, Trump, and Biden all fighting against him. In this podcast, Matt and Jason discuss with Wilson how distributing the means of self-defense can level the playing field between tyrants and their subjects and how a well armed society is a more peaceful society. We talk about the current attacks on your right to self-defense and how we can not only fight them but circumvent them altogether. This is a must listen show. (Length: 1:08:29) This Episode's Sponsor: CTRL+Pew https://ctrlpew.com/ https://twitter.com/CtrlPew2  https://instagram.ctrlpew.com/ You can access Wilson's Defense Distributed website here: https://defdist.org/ His Ghost Gunner Site Here: https://ghostgunner.net/  DefCad: https://defcad.org/ Cody's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Radomysisky https://twitter.com/DefDist

The Gooner Talk
Manchester United 3-1 Arsenal | Predictably Mugged Off But No Time To Cry About It!

The Gooner Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 56:59


Manchester United 3-1 Arsenal | Predictably Mugged Off But No Time To Cry About It!Football Prizes: https://footballprizes.co.uk/competitions/Tom presents a daily show on The Gooner Talk covering all the latest Arsenal news, Arsenal transfer news, match reaction, press conferences and much more plus a Q&A session taking questions from the LIVE chat.Get all your Arsenal news now and every day. Links to Fantasy code, Twitter, Instagram, audio-only platforms, The Arsenal Way and our channel membership scheme including entry to the Discord community: https://linktr.ee/TheGoonerTalk Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-gooner-talk. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Watch What Crappens
RHOBH: Lick My Aspen

Watch What Crappens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 78:52 Very Popular


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills finally heads to Aspen for its much hyped major cast trip of the season. Predictably, the first night culminates in the group ganging up on Sutton and Diana calling her a cut fitness. Great work, team!Catch this recap on video with Crappens on Demand here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/71384532?pr=true

Sake Deep Dive
Terroir 1 - Nous Ne Parlons Pas

Sake Deep Dive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 46:10


Show Notes: In a departure from the typical fact-based fare, this time Andy and Jim trawl the murky depths of terroir. What is it, really? No, really? And, is it really going to “save sake?” Predictably, we don't think so… This time, recording ran pretty long so we're splitting this into our first ever two-parter. Tune in next month for the exciting conclusion--and our recommendations!

The Mithril Dragon Wagon
Return of the Runelords 20 - No More Mozimer

The Mithril Dragon Wagon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 69:29


We, mostly Turux, start out investigating some ancient and seemingly broken magic portal. Predictably, we attract the attention of some more enemies, but it seems we've finally found our man (monster) Mozimer. Talk to us and other MNmaxed listeners in DiscordTo support MNmaxed, check out our PatreonGet MNmaxed gaming music at our YouTubeAdditional audio is provided by TabletopAudio.com

The TODDcast
Amazon Prime Movies Review: Samaritan

The TODDcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 2:44


Predictably acted written and directed, but good enough to elevate. Stallone nails stoic, kid is witty without precociousness. #samaritan #amazonprime #stallone --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/toddlyden/message

Windows Weekly (MP3)
WW 790: Chub-Smuggling - Live animated widget notifications, Pixel 6a, Dev Box Preview

Windows Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 112:44 Very Popular


Live animated widget notifications, Pixel 6a, Dev Box Preview Windows 11 Windows 11 version 22H2 arrives in September Windows 11 is getting widget notifications Camera app goes native on Arm, gets privacy shutter support  Microsoft shuts down Windows Insider enterprise test bed Microsoft 365 Outlook for Windows moves the cheese. Predictably, no one is happy About those ads in Outlook Mobile... Dev Microsoft makes Dev Box available in preview Microsoft, Canonical bring native .NET to Ubuntu Linux Microsoft launches a Markdown language server Mobile Android 13 arrives a month early. Any other surprises? Paul reviews the Pixel 6a - It's terrific. Xbox Microsoft only sold ~50 million Xbox Ones. Thanks, Kinect! Here is the second round of Game Pass titles for August Sony complains about Microsoft AB acquisition - but there's a simple fix for Sony's Microsoft/COD concerns Sony to make an even bigger push on PC gaming Google lets you launch cloud-streaming games from search results Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Pre-order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II App pick of the week: Brave for iOS Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft still won't say what's happening with S4BS Codename pick of the week: LaTTe: Language Trajectory Transformer Beer pick of the week: Transmitter Brewing W4 Dry Hopped Gose Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: ClickUp.com use code WINDOWS infrascale.com/TWIT

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
Windows Weekly 790: Chub-Smuggling

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 112:44 Very Popular


Live animated widget notifications, Pixel 6a, Dev Box Preview Windows 11 Windows 11 version 22H2 arrives in September Windows 11 is getting widget notifications Camera app goes native on Arm, gets privacy shutter support  Microsoft shuts down Windows Insider enterprise test bed Microsoft 365 Outlook for Windows moves the cheese. Predictably, no one is happy About those ads in Outlook Mobile... Dev Microsoft makes Dev Box available in preview Microsoft, Canonical bring native .NET to Ubuntu Linux Microsoft launches a Markdown language server Mobile Android 13 arrives a month early. Any other surprises? Paul reviews the Pixel 6a - It's terrific. Xbox Microsoft only sold ~50 million Xbox Ones. Thanks, Kinect! Here is the second round of Game Pass titles for August Sony complains about Microsoft AB acquisition - but there's a simple fix for Sony's Microsoft/COD concerns Sony to make an even bigger push on PC gaming Google lets you launch cloud-streaming games from search results Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Pre-order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II App pick of the week: Brave for iOS Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft still won't say what's happening with S4BS Codename pick of the week: LaTTe: Language Trajectory Transformer Beer pick of the week: Transmitter Brewing W4 Dry Hopped Gose Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: ClickUp.com use code WINDOWS infrascale.com/TWIT

Radio Leo (Audio)
Windows Weekly 790: Chub-Smuggling

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 112:44


Live animated widget notifications, Pixel 6a, Dev Box Preview Windows 11 Windows 11 version 22H2 arrives in September Windows 11 is getting widget notifications Camera app goes native on Arm, gets privacy shutter support  Microsoft shuts down Windows Insider enterprise test bed Microsoft 365 Outlook for Windows moves the cheese. Predictably, no one is happy About those ads in Outlook Mobile... Dev Microsoft makes Dev Box available in preview Microsoft, Canonical bring native .NET to Ubuntu Linux Microsoft launches a Markdown language server Mobile Android 13 arrives a month early. Any other surprises? Paul reviews the Pixel 6a - It's terrific. Xbox Microsoft only sold ~50 million Xbox Ones. Thanks, Kinect! Here is the second round of Game Pass titles for August Sony complains about Microsoft AB acquisition - but there's a simple fix for Sony's Microsoft/COD concerns Sony to make an even bigger push on PC gaming Google lets you launch cloud-streaming games from search results Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Pre-order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II App pick of the week: Brave for iOS Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft still won't say what's happening with S4BS Codename pick of the week: LaTTe: Language Trajectory Transformer Beer pick of the week: Transmitter Brewing W4 Dry Hopped Gose Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: ClickUp.com use code WINDOWS infrascale.com/TWIT

Radio Leo (Video HD)
Windows Weekly 790: Chub-Smuggling

Radio Leo (Video HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 113:16


Live animated widget notifications, Pixel 6a, Dev Box Preview Windows 11 Windows 11 version 22H2 arrives in September Windows 11 is getting widget notifications Camera app goes native on Arm, gets privacy shutter support  Microsoft shuts down Windows Insider enterprise test bed Microsoft 365 Outlook for Windows moves the cheese. Predictably, no one is happy About those ads in Outlook Mobile... Dev Microsoft makes Dev Box available in preview Microsoft, Canonical bring native .NET to Ubuntu Linux Microsoft launches a Markdown language server Mobile Android 13 arrives a month early. Any other surprises? Paul reviews the Pixel 6a - It's terrific. Xbox Microsoft only sold ~50 million Xbox Ones. Thanks, Kinect! Here is the second round of Game Pass titles for August Sony complains about Microsoft AB acquisition - but there's a simple fix for Sony's Microsoft/COD concerns Sony to make an even bigger push on PC gaming Google lets you launch cloud-streaming games from search results Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Pre-order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II App pick of the week: Brave for iOS Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft still won't say what's happening with S4BS Codename pick of the week: LaTTe: Language Trajectory Transformer Beer pick of the week: Transmitter Brewing W4 Dry Hopped Gose Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: ClickUp.com use code WINDOWS infrascale.com/TWIT

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
Windows Weekly 790: Chub-Smuggling

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 113:16


Live animated widget notifications, Pixel 6a, Dev Box Preview Windows 11 Windows 11 version 22H2 arrives in September Windows 11 is getting widget notifications Camera app goes native on Arm, gets privacy shutter support  Microsoft shuts down Windows Insider enterprise test bed Microsoft 365 Outlook for Windows moves the cheese. Predictably, no one is happy About those ads in Outlook Mobile... Dev Microsoft makes Dev Box available in preview Microsoft, Canonical bring native .NET to Ubuntu Linux Microsoft launches a Markdown language server Mobile Android 13 arrives a month early. Any other surprises? Paul reviews the Pixel 6a - It's terrific. Xbox Microsoft only sold ~50 million Xbox Ones. Thanks, Kinect! Here is the second round of Game Pass titles for August Sony complains about Microsoft AB acquisition - but there's a simple fix for Sony's Microsoft/COD concerns Sony to make an even bigger push on PC gaming Google lets you launch cloud-streaming games from search results Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Pre-order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II App pick of the week: Brave for iOS Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft still won't say what's happening with S4BS Codename pick of the week: LaTTe: Language Trajectory Transformer Beer pick of the week: Transmitter Brewing W4 Dry Hopped Gose Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: ClickUp.com use code WINDOWS infrascale.com/TWIT

Windows Weekly (Video HI)
WW 790: Chub-Smuggling - Live animated widget notifications, Pixel 6a, Dev Box Preview

Windows Weekly (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 113:16


Live animated widget notifications, Pixel 6a, Dev Box Preview Windows 11 Windows 11 version 22H2 arrives in September Windows 11 is getting widget notifications Camera app goes native on Arm, gets privacy shutter support  Microsoft shuts down Windows Insider enterprise test bed Microsoft 365 Outlook for Windows moves the cheese. Predictably, no one is happy About those ads in Outlook Mobile... Dev Microsoft makes Dev Box available in preview Microsoft, Canonical bring native .NET to Ubuntu Linux Microsoft launches a Markdown language server Mobile Android 13 arrives a month early. Any other surprises? Paul reviews the Pixel 6a - It's terrific. Xbox Microsoft only sold ~50 million Xbox Ones. Thanks, Kinect! Here is the second round of Game Pass titles for August Sony complains about Microsoft AB acquisition - but there's a simple fix for Sony's Microsoft/COD concerns Sony to make an even bigger push on PC gaming Google lets you launch cloud-streaming games from search results Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Pre-order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II App pick of the week: Brave for iOS Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft still won't say what's happening with S4BS Codename pick of the week: LaTTe: Language Trajectory Transformer Beer pick of the week: Transmitter Brewing W4 Dry Hopped Gose Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: ClickUp.com use code WINDOWS infrascale.com/TWIT

The Schaftlein Report
The Schaftlein Report | Unseal the Affidavit

The Schaftlein Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 42:05


1) Trump demands Affidavit be unsealed. Trump lawyer says Department of Justice opposes Independent Review of seized records. DOJ says No to unsealing affidavit. 1A) 3 Trump passports seized and returned 2) Inflation Enhancement Act provides up to a $7,500 credit for certain groups to by an EV. The average price is now $66K. Ford just raised prices by $8,000. 2A) Congressional Budget Office confirms people earning less than $200K WILL pay an extra $20B in taxes from the Inflation Enhancement Act. 2B) Biden to sign Inflation Enhancement Act today adding 87K IRS Agents - Did Biden represent this to you when he campaigned for President 3) Demand for oil and gas is back to Pre - pandemic levels while builders are slowing construction of new homes rapidly. 4) On the Culture War Front we have the following observations: A. A North Dakota School Board has voted to remove the words "Under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance B. A Minneapolis Teachers Union Agreement stipulates that White teachers will be laid off first regardless of seniority. C. A left wing publication Atlantic Magazine claims the Catholic Rosary is an "Extremist symbol" D. In a confusing statement, the CDC says people exposed to Covid - 19 no longer have to isolate? That's not what we have been told for 2 years. E. San Franciso reverses course and agrees to REFUND the police by $120M after DeFunding it by that amount last year. Predictably, crime soared. 5) Primary day in Alaska and Wyoming today 6) Ukraine bombs ammunition depot in Crimea multiple explosions

Savage Beast: Indie Music Podcast
Hanoi's Hottest Rangoon Slap Tracks 2022 (Ep. 105)

Savage Beast: Indie Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 51:33


This episode was not recorded in the traditional sense; we fed Paul and Joe into a natural language AI and had it deep fake an entire episode. Predictably, it decided we would talk about Radiohead (and the new album from The Smile). There's also a rundown of the music and food consumed during our swamp-cooled weekend together in Tucson. How many groundbreaking harpists is too many groundbreaking harpists? Here's the link to the radiohead AI lyric images: https://www.reddit.com/r/radiohead/comments/w8br06/radiohead_lyrics_put_through_an_aiimage_generator/

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman
Italian Police Predictably Deny That Race Played A Role In Killing Of Nigerian Immigrant

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 1:53


The Jeff Ward Show
Does an FBI raid help or hurt Donald Trump's candidacy?

The Jeff Ward Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 29:33


Donald Trump all but officially announced he was running for the Presidency over the weekend. Less than 48 hours after he was cheered wildly at CPAC (Conservative Political Action Committee) in Dallas, his Florida home was raided by the FBI. Predictably he calls it a witch hunt, and he even labeled the U.S. a “Third World Country.” Jeff Ward makes the case that Trump can use this to his advantage to get the nomination, OR he can use a potential indictment as a way out of the Presidential race in order to avoid the personal embarrassment of losing.  https://advertisecast.com/thejeffwardshow  Contact: sales@advertisecast.com

Middle East Forum Radio
The NGO to Gaza Terrorism Pipeline with Gerald Steinberg

Middle East Forum Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 31:22


Non-governmental organizations distribute, with little oversight, tens of billions of dollars in international aid in areas dominated by Islamist terror organizations. Predictably, lack of due diligence has led to funds falling into the wrong hands. In Gaza, a local World Vision aid worker was just criminally convicted of funneling $50 million of Australian aid to Hamas. Is this just the tip of the iceberg? What measures can be taken to prevent future financial diversions?

Locked On Hoosiers - Daily Podcast On Indiana Hoosiers Football & Basketball
Takeaways from the first IU football depth chart

Locked On Hoosiers - Daily Podcast On Indiana Hoosiers Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 28:53


The Indiana Hoosiers football team released their depth chart of the season to kick off fall camp. Predictably, there are a number of different takeaways from position battles to surprise names appearing. On today's episode of Locked on Hoosiers, Jacob Rude (@JacobRude) reacts to the first depth chart to open the year, starting with a quick glance at the quarterback battle. There are also some interesting notes from the running back position, an interesting name in Dasan McCullough on the defensive side of the ball and a lot of returners on the offensive line. The most intriguing position, though, is wide receiver as there are very few answers given by the first depth chart. A number of spots are up for grab and the likes of Donaven McCulley, DJ Matthews Jr. and Javon Swinton will be fighting for those positions. The show wraps by looking over the defense where there is some uncertainty at the front but plenty of known quantities in the secondary. Anchored by Tiawan Mullen, that secondary will have a host of experience and talent returning this season. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast
Jose Abreu and White Sox predictably fall to .500 again

CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 71:17 Very Popular


The Chicago White Sox fell in the opener of their series versus the Kansas City Royals. Michael Kopech pitched well, throwing a career-high 100 pitches while allowing just 2 solo home runs, but the bats were unable to support him. Join Vinnie Duber, Herb Lawrence, and Sean Anderson to recap the loss on the CHGO White Sox Live Postgame Show.  TIMESTAMPS 2:02 - Sean Anderson yells about the White Sox offense falling to the Royals and Daniel Lynch 3:05 - White Sox offense can't figure out Lynch again 22:00 - Vinnie Duber joins the show live from Guaranteed Rate Field  34:15 - Lack of accountability for the White Sox discussion SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CHGOSports WEBSITE: http://allCHGO.com/ BUY MERCH:  chgolocker.com  FOLLOW ON SOCIAL:  Twitter: @CHGO_Sports Instagram: @CHGO_Sports GET OUR FREE NEWSLETTER:  http://www.allchgo.com/newsletter Visit https://bit.ly/3sE8RMe or download the PointsBet App, make a deposit and use code “CHGO” to get 2 Risk Free Bets up to $2000, an annual CHGO membership and a free shirt!  Check out FOCO for merch and collectibles here https://foco.vegb.net/CHGO and use promo code “CHGO” for 10% off your order on all non Pre Order items. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Just visit https://athleticgreens.com/CHGOSox Visit https://weberinc.sjv.io/CHGO_Traveler to get yourself the best grill for tailgating from Weber Grills! Visit https://bit.ly/3Ntstuo to get 20% off OWYN products and use promo code ‘CHGO20' #WhiteSox #ChicagoWhiteSox Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sustainababble
#257: Bird Flu

Sustainababble

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 49:07 Very Popular


Fans of our feathered friends, look away now...If you've been to the coast recently there's every chance you'll have seen, how can we put this delicately, an exceptionally dead bird washed up on the shore. Or, more likely, dozens of the bastards. Bird flu has been around for ever, but evidently got the hump while Covid hogged the viral limelight. Now it's back with a vengeance, ensuring everyone and H5N-y-1 knows its name. Predictably enough, concern is largely reserved for the economic impact of farmed chickens getting the deadly snuffle. But what about skewered skuas or puff-less puffins? Can anything be done to stop them falling from the sky? Might it, I dunno, involve NOT TREATING SENTIENT BEINGS SO GROTESQUELY? Also this week, babble respects are paid to James Lovelock, maverick scientist and father of the Gaia theory, who's dropped off his own perch at the ripe old age of 103. Sustainababble is your friendly environment podcast, out weekly. Theme music by the legendary Dicky Moore – @dickymoo. Sustainababble logo by the splendid Arthur Stovell at Design by Mondial. Ecoguff read out by Arabella. Love the babble? Bung us a few pennies at www.patreon.com/sustainababble. MERCH: sustainababble.teemill.com Available on iTunes, Spotify, Acast & all those types of things, or at sustainababble.fish. Visit us at @thebabblewagon and at Facebook.com/sustainababble. Email us at hello@sustainababble.fish.

The Process of Production
EP27 - "Things We Wish We'd Known When We Started Producing"

The Process of Production

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 33:52


Something of a 'mini-pod' this week, no guests, just Lawrence and Bob pondering this question: What do we know now, that we wish we'd known when we started? Predictably, the answers range from very wholesome thoughts on your musical identity and songwriting, all the way to techy stuff like saturation and gain-staging. We hope you enjoy this one! Please let us know your answers to this question, or perhaps you are just starting out, and you have something that you wish you knew right now!? Well, get in touch and perhaps we can help - contact details below. The Process of Production is presented by Lawrence Diamond and Bob Matthews. Lawrence cut his teeth playing and writing in Indie bands before finding international success and touring the world with his band CITIZENS! During that time he worked with a host of revered producers including Liam Howe, Mark Ralph and Alex Kapranos. Since the band ended in 2016 he's been using that experience to help other artists develop their careers as a writer and producer while continuing to release his own music under various different guises. Bob learned his trade as the producer and multi-instrumentalist in Electronic Pop duo Alpines, whose career spans 3 albums, releases on major and indie record labels, shows with Florence + The Machine, The xx, Emeli Sandé, and a top 20 hit 'Tidal Wave' in collaboration with Sub Focus. In recent years he has turned his focus to producing other acts and has a studio in Chiswick in West London. If you have any feedback or questions, please email us: processofproductionpodcast@gmail.com Follow The Process of Production on Instagram @processofproduction If you like the podcast, please consider giving us a review on your podcast provider of choice! Thank you

The Casual Anime Podcast
Made In Abyss S2 + Film

The Casual Anime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 42:39


Three episodes into Made in Abyss S2's runtime The Casual Anime Podcast decide it's finally time to catch up with the intrepid trio of explorers. This episode also covers the 3rd movie: «Dawn of The Deep Soul» as well as the currently released episodes of season 2 at the time of recording. Predictably we're still quite slow on the releases.

Interplace
Bolivian Lithium and Planetary Equilibrium

Interplace

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 26:02


Hello Interactors,EVs made headlines this week as members of the U.S. Congress continue to chase their tail in search of remnants of the Green New Deal. I talked about cobalt last week as a key ingredient for lithium-ion batteries, but a new bill offered by congress this week has implications for another, more obvious, mineral — lithium. The biggest source is in an environmentally sensitive area of Bolivia, and U.S.-Bolivian relations are equally sensitive.As interactors, you’re special individuals self-selected to be a part of an evolutionary journey. You’re also members of an attentive community so I welcome your participation.Please leave your comments below or email me directly.Now let’s go…THE PARADOX OF NATURAL STOCKSToday is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday. These words appeared on a ceramic plaque in the shape of a tea kettle that hung in the kitchen of my grandma’s house. Why do we worry about tomorrow? Is it because we don’t know what it brings? No way to control it? We wake up every day in a past tomorrow living in a future yesterday. Today’s tomorrows are becoming increasingly worrisome on a warming planet that needed help yesterday.Democrats in Washington DC worried about tomorrow focused their action, in part, on Electric Vehicles (EV) this week. As part of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, they hope to expand EV tax credits and invent $10 billion in investment tax credits to build clean-technology manufacturing facilities.There’s a provision on the EV tax credit regarding the sourcing and processing of the minerals needed to make the lithium-ion batteries found in EVs. It says, “with respect to the battery from which the electric motor of such vehicle draws electricity,” a certain percentage of the “critical minerals contained in such battery” must be ‘‘(i) extracted or processed in any country with which the United States has a free trade agreement in effect, or (ii) recycled in North America.”This might explain why Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called for more ‘friend-shoring’ while in Seoul South Korea earlier this week. That’s a term she uses to woo countries into trade practices agreeable to the U.S. She chose South Korea because we need their lithium-ion battery production. In April, LG announced plans for a $1.4 billion battery plant in Queen Creek, Arizona. They are the number two battery producer in the world behind China.The provision isn’t just about the source of the battery, but the source of the materials in the battery. Their key ingredient – lithium – will most likely come from one or more of three countries in Latin America. They’ll need to be ‘Friend-shored’ if America wants to dominate the EV market. The country with the largest and most accessible source, Bolivia, has no shore and recently have not been friendly with the United States.The world’s largest lithium reserves sit in the Atacama Desert which forms a triangulated region known as the “Lithium Triangle”. It sits within the geopolitical boundaries of Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile which were drawn in the 19th century. Bolivia, now home to the largest population of Indigenous people, became land locked when Chile crushed them in the War of the Pacific from 1879-1884. They took away land that gained Bolivia access to the Pacific Ocean. Bolivia lost even more land in the Gran Chaco region to Paraguay after the Chaco War from 1932–35Much of the international law that governs these disputes were written to advantage American and European colonist expansion. They were part of a neoliberal agenda by the global North to ensure the rights of these borders and those legally living within them, but also to exploit their natural and human resources. Latin American countries rich with natural resources were eager to participate in the global economy. Many in these Latin American countries viewed their natural resources as an economic blessing – a way to secure and grow their new nation’s economic prosperity amidst a burgeoning global economy. But for most, it was a curse that invited environmental degradation and poverty at the hands of outsiders. This paradox was observed as early as 1711 in a British publication, The Spectator, "It is generally observed, that in countries of the greatest plenty there is the poorest living." In 1995 economist Richard Auty saw this geographical pattern occurring in East Asia, Africa, and Latin America and gave it a name: ‘Resource Curse’.Auty observes the curse is often explained away by neoliberals as a factor of work ethic; they are simply too lazy to keep up with ‘advanced’ economies or lack the necessary resources. But he says politics are blamed as well. The U.S. has spent centuries of time, energy, and money backing Latin American neoliberal regimes and schemes toward their globalist agenda. Both overtly and covertly and always rhetorically. Authoritatively from the right, ‘Peace through Strength’, or diplomatically from the left, ‘Friend-shoring.’The United States has long envisioned an American continent that mimics the United States. University of Iowa international law professor, Christopher Rossi, writes, “Latin Americanism emerged from a deeply circumspect nineteenth century regard for hegemonic foreign policy intentions of the United States, which had weaponized the defensive construct of its Monroe Doctrine (1823) with the annexation of Texas (1845), the Mexican-American War (1846-1848), and an assortment of turn of-the-century interventions and power plays in the Caribbean and Central America over future control of the Panama Canal.”One of the most recent power plays came with the suspected ousting of one of only two elected Indigenous leaders in the history of colonized America, in a country rich with lithium, Bolivia’s 65th president, Evo Morales.REAGAN BIRTHS A POLITICIANEvo Morales was born in western Bolivia in a small Indigenous Aymara village to farmers in 1959. As a young boy he helped his dad grow coca and trade it in the markets of Cochabamba, Bolivia’s third largest city. It took two weeks by foot to get there. Coca is an Aymaran word, “Khoka” – ‘the tree’. It is most associated with cocaine, but the leaf has been central to Andean culture for thousands of years. It’s one of the oldest cultivated plants in South America and has been used as currency, tea, and was even the original ingredient in Coca-Cola. (Kola is a caffeinated African nut) Coca is also commonly chewed by Andeans. Saliva breaks down the leaf to release alkaloids; none of which produce the euphoric effects of processed coca for cocaine but are believed to have health benefits.Growing up, Evo Morales learned Spanish and attended the Agrarian Humanistic Technical Institute of Orinoca (ITAHO), but never finished. After his military service, he became a coca grower. As cocaine gained popularity in America in the 70s, the price of coca increased and farming coca became popular. Morales soon joined a farmers union protecting Indigenous rights to farm coca for traditional Andean purposes in the face of competition among many, and hostilities toward some, coca growers.In 1980 a far-right, anti-union, military dictator, Luis García Meza, became displeased with Bolivia’s turn toward a more pro-civilian communitarian government. He also sensed the decline of the Carter administration in the U.S. and gambled on the country swinging to the right in line with his beliefs. So, as Reagan entered the White House Meza took military control of Bolivia. A year later soldiers kidnapped a coca farmer accusing him of trafficking cocaine, beat him up, and burned him to death. This event is what spurred the young Evo Morales into politics.Reagan distanced himself from Meza, who was eventually pressured to resign. His replacement was a leftist moderate, Hernán Siles Zuazo, who had served previously as president in the 1950s. Amid widespread poverty he came to the U.S. for aid. They agreed under the condition Bolivia would adopt their neoliberal economic plan. That plan involved the privatization of Bolivia’s natural resources – including the coca plant.With Siles back in office in the 1980s, Reagan had a neoliberal ally and a partner in his infamous War on Drugs. Reagan pressured Siles to use military force to suppress coca growers. The U.S. sent troops to help burn coca fields. There were reports of beatings should owners resist. Farmers were offered $2500 an acre to voluntarily eradicate their crops. Morales was one of them and he refused. In that moment, the coca plant became a symbol of Bolivian natural resources, and his Indigenous Andean ancestral heritage, and he didn’t like U.S. imperialists threatening to control it. Activists protested chanting, “Long live coca! Death to the Yankees!"Evo Morales organized similar protests throughout the 1980s and 90s and rose through the ranks of various union groups. He took leadership of MAS (Movement for Socialism) – “an indigenous-based political party that calls for the nationalization of industry, legalization of the coca leaf ... and fairer distribution of national resources." By the 2002 elections MAS became Bolivia’s second largest party gaining 20% of the popular vote.In 2003, more protest erupted after a U.S. company offered to buy a nationalized natural gas pipeline for below market value. Activists took to the street resulting in 80 people dead. Morales called for President Sánchez de Lozada to resign. Lozada fled to Miami, Florida and was replaced by Carlos Mesa who had ties to U.S. In 2004 he resigned fearing a civil war between the upper-class White Bolivian elites concentrated in major cities and the rural working and middle class. In 2005, 85% of Bolivians turned out to vote. Evo Morales earned 54% of the total. This was the first victory by absolute majority in Bolivia in 40 years and the highest national vote percentage of any presidential candidate in Latin American history.President Morales maintained focus on state sovereignty over natural resources. His administration nationalized Bolivian oil and natural gas, telecommunications, electricity, and restructured a state-owned mining company. Thanks to high international commodity prices, for the first time since its borders had been ratified, Bolivia experienced a continuous economic public-sector surplus between 2006-2013.Because of his extractive agenda, Morales is sometimes regarded as capitalist; but a communitarian one. Instead of the profits going to privately held companies and select shareholders, they fund social programs. Morales is also regarded as an environmentalist and a voice for climate justice. His philosophy links to Andean Indigenous heritage and a widely held Amerindian belief in natural rights called “Buen Vivir” or “Living Well”. He ensconced many of these philosophies into the Bolivian constitution. His actions made Bolivia a world leader in encoding Indigenous and natural rights into law.His ‘Living Well’ Bolivian laws, were simply following international law. The Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth is part of the World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth. It was this ratification that declared April 22 as International Earth Day. The Declaration is intended to spur every country in the world to enact laws and practices that recognize “Mother Earth is the source of life, nourishment and learning and provides everything we need to live well.” (my italics) There is a difference between ‘living well’ and ‘living better’. The current dominant economic philosophy encourages competition between individuals to live better then another, but Morales, and the UN are asking, what if we all could live well?BATTERY POWERED COUPThe aim to for all to live well is why Morales included laws like: “The State and any individual or collective person must respect, protect, and guarantee the rights of Mother Earth for the well-being of current and future generations” There are 58 articles intended to help countries regulate ‘Living Well’, including: “non-commercialization of the environmental functions of Mother Earth; integrality; precautionary action; guarantee to restore Mother Earth; guarantee to regenerate Mother Earth; historical responsibility; priority of prevention; plural participation; water for life; solidarity among human beings; harmonious relation; social justice; climate justice; plural economy; complementarity and equilibrium; and dialogue of traditional knowledges and science.”It also includes a ‘Right to Development’ that Morales was following with his extractive economic policy.“the right to development [as] an inalienable human right by virtue of which every human person and all peoples are entitled to participate in, contribute to, and enjoy economic, social, cultural and political development, in which all human rights and fundamental freedoms can be fully realized.”The Organization of American States (OAS), an organization largely funded by the U.S. government and headquartered in Washington D.C., helped draft these declarations which Morales inserted into the Bolivian constitution. It’s derived from the 2007 United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples that“provides a shared framework for improving temporary situations where two opposed interests collide, that is, the rights of indigenous peoples and State politics.”There are 148 countries who ratified this declaration in 2016, but the United States, Canada, Colombia, and Brazil are not among them. They have issues with ideas of “free determination, consultation, and consent, collective rights, and natural resources, land, and territories.” Which is why the United States may have had issues with Morales.Seeing Bolivia’s lithium stores were the next natural resource to be exploited by the United States, Morales turned his attention to developing lithium according to his ‘Living Well’ constitutional articles. But some Indigenous separatists, and Indigenous people most impacted by lithium extraction, became critical of Evo Morales and his eagerness to capitalize on this economic opportunity.The first attempts at extraction were privatized, but seeking to avoid the ‘resource curse’, Morales formed the state-owned YLB, Yacimientos de Litio Bolivianos, for the sole purpose of lithium development. However, seeing Venezuela’s failure to effectively drill oil without outside investment or expertise, he decided to ease his stance on sole state-ownership and sought public-private partnerships. In 2014 and 2017 he invited a French and a Chinese company to build battery plants. In 2018, he signed on a German company, ACI Systems. And in 2019, the Chinese Xinjiang TBEA Group became a strategic partner to explore new extraction opportunities.In October of that same year, 2019, came the national elections and with it another Morales victory. But he was accused of election fraud. (It’s still disputed, but findings fall along political, ethnic, and cultural lines) Around election time protests erupted in the city where the German plant was built. Locals claimed to unhappy with the ACI deal. In November, Morales cancelled it. A week later the military ousted Morales in what is widely believed to be a far-right coup not unlike the one that spurred Morales to political action in the 80s. Morales escaped in exile to Mexico and then Argentina. He also claims his life had been threatened by U.S. CIA operatives.Predictably, the interim government was led by an opposition senator named Jeanine Áñez. The Catholic pink bible carrying former news anchor not only put lithium projects on hold, but criminal liability for police brutality against protesters enraged by the coup. She also cut off ties to Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba and became cozy with the United States. A year later, October 2020, elections were held again and Morales’s former Minister of Economy, MAS candidate Luis Arce, won in a landslide.Arce is viewed as a pragmatist but also an adherent the principles Morales instilled in the constitution. Including upholding his 2006 implementation of the Productive Community Social Economic Model which distributes economic surpluses to all Bolivian people so they may ‘live well’.Arce said in a recent interview, “Parallel to the economic growth achieved, we managed to reduce moderate poverty from 60.6 percent in 2005 to 37.2 percent in 2019; extreme poverty from 38.2 percent to 12.9 percent and inequality," And just this week Bolivia micro-mobility startup, Quantum, said they hope Arce’s plans to build Bolivian batteries plays out soon, they want to put them in their tiny electric urban micro-cars and motorcycles. They operate out of Cochabamba where Morales traded coca for corn with his dad in public markets decades ago. Bolivian elections come in just three years but even Arce’s allies don’t believe their facilities can bring Bolivian batteries to market before 2030.In the meantime, outside investors continue to court Bolivia, including the United States. But the U.S. hasn’t had an ambassador in Bolivia since Morales kicked Rob Goldberg out in 2008 on counts of espionage. And I’m sure American companies won’t want to legally adhere to the ‘Living Well’ laws of the Bolivian constitution; just as the American government doesn’t want to ratify the UN’s versions into international law. It may be hard for the U.S. to ‘Friend-shore’ Bolivia. Especially when their shore was taken by Chile. Meanwhile environmentalists worry the state’s ambition to curb poverty through extractive mining will continue to harm the environment.Massive amounts of water are needed to lure lithium from their salty beds. Mining operations can use as much water in one day that a single family would use in twenty-two years. Alpine runoff is the only source of water in the ‘Lithium Triangle’ and La Niña can bring extended periods of drought. Furthermore, this area is home to three of the world’s six species of flamingos. Both plants and animals in this rich avifauna area are sensitive to ecological extremes risking further depletion of biodiversity.Little attention is given to the environmental impacts of lithium mining. The largest number of scholarly research on the subject overwhelming comes from the three countries who seek to exploit and consume it the most for the worldwide lithium-ion battery market: The United States, China, and Germany.But if Arce keeps to the laws of his own constitution, as ensconced by his friend and colleague Evo Morales, he must balance “precautionary action”, “guarantees to restore Mother Earth”, “guarantees to regenerate Mother Earth”, and respect “water for life” with “economic, social, cultural and political development” so that “all human rights and fundamental freedoms can be fully realized.”  There’s a mind twisting saying associated with ‘Living Well’ that reminds me of that plaque in my grandma’s kitchen. It says, “that which already is, is that which will be, without yet being what it already is.” Today, that which already is, is the tomorrow, that which will be, that you worried about yesterday, yet being what it already is. We may worry what tomorrow brings on the horizon of life, but this much is for sure: it depends on the recognition, and lawful ratification, of Mother Earth as the source of life, nourishment, and learning because it provides everything we need to live well.Podcast Music:1.      Loca de Remate: Ronny Lovy.2.      Queremos Saya: Los Kjarkas.3.      Huellas de Mi Llamita - Grupo Aymara.4.      Tarpuricusum Sarata - Captain Planet Remix: Luzmila Carpio, Captain Planet. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit interplace.io

Misreading Chat
#96: Amazon DynamoDB: A Scalable, Predictably Performant, and Fully Managed NoSQL Database Service

Misreading Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 47:48


AWS の人気サービス DynamoDB の論文を森田が眺めました。

The CyberWire
The cost of a data breach as an economic drag. Personal apps as a potential business risk. Why so little ransomware in Ukraine? Employee engagement study reaches predictably glum conclusions.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 26:18 Very Popular


IBM reports on the cost of a data breach. Personal apps as a potential business risk. Over on the dark side, there's help wanted in the C2C labor market. An employee engagement study reaches predictably glum conclusions. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen Hamilton on reducing software supply chain risks with SBOMs. Our guest is Elaine Lee from Mimecast discussing the pros and cons of AI in cybersecurity. And Why so much attempted DDoS, but not so much ransomware? For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/143 Selected reading. IBM Report: Consumers Pay the Price as Data Breach Costs Reach All-Time High (IBM Newsroom) Cost of a Data Breach Report 2022 (IBM Security) Netskope Threat Research: Data Sprawl Creating Risk for Organizations Worldwide as Personal App Use in Business Continues to Rise (PR Newswire) Financial Incentives May Explain the Perceived Lack of Ransomware in Russia's Latest Assault on Ukraine (Council on Foreign Relations) Tessian | 1 in 3 Employees Do Not Understand the Importance of Cybersecurity at Work, According to New Report (RealWire)

The Christian Economist by Dave Arnott
#131 Abraham & Wealth Migration

The Christian Economist by Dave Arnott

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 10:52


#131 Abraham and wealth migration Abraham moved because God told him to.  Americans are moving from California and New York to Florida and Texas because the economy is telling them to.     Abraham moved because God told him to.  Americans are moving because the economy is telling them to.  Predictably, they are moving from high…

The Jaipur Dialogues
Yogi's BIG Take on Population Control - ओवैसी परेशान | Sanjay Dixit

The Jaipur Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 16:56


Yogi Adityanath becomes the first politician in independent India to highlight the aspect of demographic security in population control. Predictably, Owaisi and Barq push back while secular parties remain ambivalent. Sanjay Dixit explains.

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show
Christians Above Politics, the Georgia Guidestones, and ‘The Fall of JD Hall'

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 78:57


Elon Musk is backing out of buying Twitter. In an official statement released to the public, Musk claims Twitter has refused to produce all of the documentation requested despite having months to do so. Twitter is threatening to sue to force Musk to follow through at the originally agreed price-point. I'm not so sure this is the end, though, and I hope Musk can negotiate a lower price for the social media giant - for all our sakes. In related news, someone blew up the Georgia Guidestones. The bomber is now being labeled a domestic terrorist, and authorities are seeking him out accordingly. But really now, who is the actual terrorist when you read the first of these 10 Commandments of the New World Order and consider its implications? Maintaining Earth's population at 500,000,000 implies something has to be done about several billions of the rest of us, after all. Meanwhile, as reported by Not the Bee, Shane Morris took to Twitter yesterday to explain how Christians have a long, rich history of engagement in politics, despite what Progressives and neutrality proponents allege. See here Augustine of Hippo and The City of God. And along those lines, a certain commenter has been active on my recent review of ‘The Everlasting Man' by G.K. Chesterton, making certain claims about Christianity and Christians which need to be addressed and refuted directly. But I feel confident that in answering these accusations against Christians I stand in a long, rich tradition in Church History - including the one that dates back to at least the 4th century AD with Augustine. Lastly, I'd like to respond to a YouTube video posted Thursday by ‘Fighting for the Faith' in which Chris Rosebrough, Phil Johnson, and Justin Peters weigh in on, as the video of the title puts it, ‘The Fall of JD Hall.' Predictably, comments on the video are turned off. But I'm going to comment here to say that a number of facts and claims herein strike me as hypocritical. Have these men showed partiality and neglected their duty to have not spoken up publicly sooner than this? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
Violence Breaks Out In Chicago And The Left Predictably Goes To Talking Points. Gavin Newsom Wants To Be President. SCOTUS Decisions Rocking Biden Administration To The Core.

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 123:54


Jeff Katz Filling In! After more violence broke out during a 4th of July celebration in Chicago the Left is going back to the same playbook they always use when it comes to guns. Gavin Newsom is acting like he wants to run for President but he has a lot of work to do. The Biden Administration is shocked by SCOTUS and is in full panic mode.

SANGUINE
Supernatural Sterilization

SANGUINE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 28:53


If there is one thing the the big C church is good at;  it is taking out all of the supernatural out of our faith. As grafted in parts of the kingdom  spiritual DNA is part of who we are. We are supernatural beings now existing on the ethereal plane of the the spirit world. The structured C -church has so organize our faith that there is no time in a service for the Spirit of God to move. There is 13.25 minutes of worship, 23 minutes of teaching, a 3 minute greeting time. 24 minutes for announcements and offering.  The big C church is safe and predicable. Predictably boring week after week. A cursory read of the bible especially the new testament is anything but predictable and boring.  Time to wake up and  rebel.Time for "The Real People of GOD" to come forth and subdue the earth again. Don't be that which is spit out. Yup I am amped.I so appreciate this community. Your passion and purpose is wonderfully inspiring. Sanguine started as a small group that met once a week into a world wide community. Let's together bring the passion and purpose back into a life of faith. You are the power to change.Join us and subscribe to Sanguine,  guarantee you will feel the love and beinspired. PODCAST CHURCHShop @ Tombobaldwin.comTry my other podcasts:YUP.solutions : Redneck wisdomYesWomen.solutions : Designer encouragement for WomenThe best GraphicsIscreamgraphics.com

Liberty Lighthouse
20220628 - Liberty Minute

Liberty Lighthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 1:47


Mayonnaise causes shooting death in Georgia. I'm Peter Serefine with today's Liberty Minute. A man shot two employees at Subway after complaining that there was too much Mayonnaise on his sandwich. One of the employees is dead, and the other is in critical condition. A 36-year-old man has been arrested. I hate mayonnaise, but a sandwich should never incite violence. What we have in this country is not a gun problem. It is clearly a mental health problem. Senseless violence with and without firearms is becoming commonplace. Pushing people off subway platforms. Random attacks on the streets. Fights on airplanes. Violent crime rates are skyrocketing, especially in cities. This is not a gun problem or a partisan problem. This is a community and basic humanity problem. Predictably, vile speech has turned to vile behavior. Basic respect and Human decency are fading fast. Find more news and commentary at Liberty-Lighthouse.com Until tomorrow, si vis Pacem, Para Bellum. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/libertylighthouse/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/libertylighthouse/support

Stu Does America
Ep 527 | The Left (Predictably) MELTS DOWN Over Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade Overturn | Guest: Angela McArdle

Stu Does America

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:21 Very Popular


It was a weekend of liberal tears and leftist meltdowns, as the Supreme Court has correctly interpreted our Constitution and overturned the dreadful Roe v. Wade decision. Stu Burguiere combs through the worst of the breakdowns. Then, National Libertarian Party chair Angela McArdle joins to give her party's viewpoint on the abortion debate, along with other current hot topics. And, did Joe Biden buy his son Hunter Russian escorts? We know what we believe, but what does your heart tell you? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sovereign Man
Is this what they mean by “Democracy is under attack” ?

Sovereign Man

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 18:10


Today's missive looks a bit different from our normal Friday roundup. As you probably know, a few big rulings came down from the United States Supreme Court over the past 24 hours-- one on gun control, the other on abortion. Predictably, the rulings were accompanied by a great deal of noise and outrage. We're keeping our fingers crossed that ‘mostly peaceful' protests don't start up again. More importantly, we wanted to weigh in with a healthy dose of rationality. My bet is that the vast majority of angry protesters have probably not bothered to read any of the Justices' opinions. They probably never read the original Roe v Wade opinion. They probably don't know who was Roe and who was Wade. They probably haven't even read the Constitution. All they know is that they're outraged. Lately we've been hearing a refrain over and over again that “Democracy is under attack.” Yes I agree. And this is part of what that attack looks like. A representative democracy means that elected leaders make laws, and judges determine whether or not those laws are Constitutional. The latter is the sole responsibility of the Supreme Court. The Justices examined the cases, and they made a decision about what is/isn't Constitutional. Yet those rulings don't conform with what the Twitter mob or mainstream media want. Instead, they expect the Justices to simply invent new laws based on their personal beliefs and opinions. That's not how a democracy is supposed to work. A truly civilized society adheres to its democratic values, even when the system delivers an outcome that people don't like. A democracy only survives because it remains a democracy in both good times and bad. Trying to overturn outcomes through violence and intimidation is the mark of a society that has lost its way. And we've seen far too much of that approach over the past couple of years. What we present to you today is a rational discussion. It's not about the rulings themselves. We're not talking about abortion or gun control. Instead we're talking about how the Constitution is supposed to work… and how to turn down the noise. Spoiler: a little bit of education goes a long way. So if you find yourself accosted by an outraged family member, friend, co-worker, or protester this weekend, ask them if they've actually read the rulings, and if so, what specific assertions in the text do they disagree with? You'll probably get a dumbfounded look… but possibly inspire someone to educate themselves before getting outraged next time. If you want to read the rulings yourself (which I highly recommend) you can do so here: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/20-843_7j80.pdf https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/19-1392_6j37.pdf You can listen to the podcast here:  

The Alan Sanders Show
Second Amendment prevails and legacy media aids a lying White House

The Alan Sanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 38:57


In today's episode, the first segment discusses the Supreme Court decision to uphold the second amendment, striking down a New York law meant to abridge the freedom of law-abiding Americans. Predictably, the Left is losing it's mind and reveals they have no real understanding on the Constitution. Either that, or they know it, but fundamentally despise it and want to see it replaced. This gives me a chance to introduce a new segment called, “Tossin' with Toobin,” where CNN”s Jeffrey Toobin is tossed a question and we see just how messy he gets. He suffers from serious ignorance over the Constitution and demonstrates his Leftist ideology. So, too, does Governor Kathy Hochul of New York. Using her own words, it seems she doesn't realize she is advocating for all Americans to have access to the same weapons used on the battlefield. Next we move into a statement by the Wasington Post's Michelle Singletary who says a great deal of Americans might be uncomfortable spending more, but they are not going to go under and should stop complaining and suck it up. This allows me to remind everyone about the Rasmussen poll we discussed yesterday, showing the huge divide between voters and members of the legacy/mainstream media. Finally, Joe Biden is still trying to convince the country that inflation is not his fault, we are not headed to a recession and he is doing all he can to bring down the price of gasoline at the pump. He has also found an new group to blame for high gas prices – the gas station owners. He says that we are in a time of war and since these are not normal times, station owners need to drop their prices now. Unfortunately, once again, this President is either willfully ignorant or intentionally misleading. Either way, we have a White House totally out-of-touch with the average American. Even Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm is contradicting the eminently qualified, Karine Jean-Pierre, over the positions the White House is trying to drive. As Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) says, the only way to fix the problem is the flood the country with our own oil and to have consistency in our energy production policies. Good luck with that, given this White House is not only tone deaf, they are hellbent on killing that industry, while simultaneously blaming them for prices. Take a moment to rate and review the show and then share the episode on social media. You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, GETTR and TRUTH Social by searching for The Alan Sanders Show. You can also support the show by visiting my Patreon page.

Scrollies
Top Composers 1/5: Nobuo Country for Wise Men

Scrollies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 41:05


Ratnado gets a birthday greeting from none other than Solid Snake himself!! Ratnado & Sqat proceed to never acknowledge this happening and instead talk about two legendary video game music composers: David Wise and Nobuo Uematsu!Ratnado & SqatCobblr often find themselves listening to video game music in their daily lives. Predictably among their most listened a couple names show up often. David Wise and Nobuo Uematsu of Donkey Kong Country and Final Fantasy fame respectively. What differentiated these two men from their contemporaries. Where did they draw their inspirations from? Can one game be considered their magnum opus? Do Ratnado and SqatCobblr have favorite tracks of theirs? That last one can be answered with two Spotify playlists! Check out Ratnado's Experience of Uematsu & SqatCobblr's Monke Music. 

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Impact markets may incentivize predictably net-negative projects by ofer

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 7:00


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Impact markets may incentivize predictably net-negative projects, published by ofer on June 21, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Summary Impact markets (that encourage retrospective funding, and especially if they allow resale of impact) have a severe downside risk: they can incentivize risky projects that are likely to be net-negative due to allowing people to profit if they cause positive impact while not inflicting a cost on them if they cause negative impact. This risk is hard to mitigate. Impact markets themselves are therefore such a risky project. To avoid the conflict of interest issues that arise, work to establish impact markets should only ever be funded prospectively (never retrospectively). The risk Suppose the certificates of a risky project are traded on an impact market. If the project ends up being beneficial, the market allows the people who own the certificates to profit. But if the project ends up being harmful, the market does not inflict a cost on them. The certificates of a project that ended up being extremely harmful are worth as much as the certificates of a project that ended up being neutral, namely nothing. Therefore, even if everyone believes that a certain project is net-negative, its certificates may be traded for a high price due to the chance that the project will end up being beneficial. Impact markets can thus incentivize people to create or fund net-negative projects. Denis Drescher used the term "distribution mismatch" to describe this risk, due to the mismatch between the probability distribution of investor profit and that of EV. It seems especially important to prevent the risk from materializing in the domains of anthropogenic x-risks and meta-EA. Many projects in those domains can cause a lot of accidental harm because, for example, they can draw attention to info hazards, produce harmful outreach campaigns, produce dangerous experiments (e.g. in machine learning or virology), shorten AI timelines, intensify competition dynamics among AI labs, etcetera. Mitigating the risk is hard The Toward Impact Markets post describes an approach that attempts to mitigate this risk. The core idea is that retro funders should consider the ex-ante EV rather than the ex-post EV if the former is smaller. (The details are more complicated; a naive implementation of this idea would incentivize people to launch a safe project and later expand it to include high-risk high-reward interventions.) We think that this approach cannot be relied upon to sufficiently mitigate the risk due to the following reasons: For that approach to succeed, retro funders must be familiar with it and be sufficiently willing and able to adhere to it. However, some potential retro funders are more likely to use a much simpler approach, such as "you should buy impact that you like". Other things being equal, simpler approaches are easier to communicate, more appealing to potential retro funders, more prone to become a meme and a norm, and more likely to be advocated for by teams who work on impact markets and want to get more traction. If there is no way to prevent anyone from becoming a retro funder, being careful about choosing/training the initial set of retro funders may not help much. Especially if the market allows people to profit from outreach interventions that attract new retro funders who are not very careful. The price of a certificate tracks the maximum amount of money that any future retro funder will be willing to pay for it. Prudent retro funders do not (significantly) offset the influence of imprudent retro funders on the prices of certificates of net-negative projects. Traditional (prospective) charitable funding can have a similar dynamic; one only needs one funder to support a project even if everyone else thinks it's bad. Impact markets make the ...

Outer Circle Inner Stillness
Measuring Progress in Recovery Part 1, with Ian Nelson

Outer Circle Inner Stillness

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 46:11


Here's a scenario. One partner is in active addiction. They he or she gets into recovery. But that person has a partner who's been hurt, deceived, betrayed, and really confused, and now that partner is asking...how do I know my partner is making ANY progress in sobriety at all? For that matter, the person in recovery may be asking of themselves, “How do I know I'm getting any better?” Rhys and Ian reflect on shared experiences of acting out, recovery, laboring for greater healing, and working to define, and sometimes re-define, what is sobriety in our individual lives. Defining progress means first defining the problem. We discuss the way that a person engages with a substance or behavior, whether that be alcohol, weed, porn, media in general, food, legalism, or other things. Rhys introduces the question, "What is the desired effect of [behavior of choice]?" Rhys says, "The same substance, used for a different desired result, affects how the relationship with it is." Most recovery programs have a foundational concept of abstinence. We discuss the "Just stop it," approach to Acting Out and whether or not it actually works. We explore more gentle and mindful approaches that tend to work better. One problem with this approach is that people take the attitude of, "Well, as long as I just stop [this one behavior]...then I'm good," and don't pursue any further growth or change. We rant on the limits to accountability software, and how this resource is good and fine, but an over-reliance on it can shortchange the growth process. Ian calls is a game - "Here's another fun thing to hack!" Rhys says it is, "A lazy approach to one's own soul." When it comes to establishing boundaries with the internet in support of abstaining from porn, Rhys is in favor of, "If you're gonna limit access...then REALLY limit access," up to and including removing the internet from your house. An abstinence approach tends to invoke the "White knuckling method," which Ian describes as "Really thin protections against the deeper, weighty reasons for addiction." Ian reflects on the interactions between emotional development and spiritual development, and how some church cultures - in their pursuit of a rigid holiness - have sometimes prevented adequate emotional development, and promoted shame. We reflect on how a more open, and compassionate approach to spiritual growth that normalizes struggle and provides easily accessible venues to openly discuss them, can save us from shame, and help us become healthier. Predictably enough, Rhys gets on the IFS soapbox and encourages us all to consider with compassionate curiosity, all our parts...even the ones that Act Out. When a person who is a system can realize they are a system, they can escape a multitude of confusing and chaotic experiences. This podcast relies on the partnership of listeners - especially with dollars! Please visit www.patreon.com/outercircle to learn how to partner with the vision of this show! Rhys Pasimio can be found through www.newpatterncounseling.com, and is always happy to dialogue with listeners bringing honest questions! Ian Nelson can be found on Instagram at @iansonofwe (Note, in the episode, he says Iansonofnel, but he has changed his handle since the recording of this episode.) #recovery #recoverywork #sobriety #addiction #accountability #relationship #community #orthodoxy #orthodoxchristianity #ifs #internalfamilysystems #lovingkindness #mindfulness #church #religion #shame #trauma #sex #sexuality #alcohol #cannabis #counseling #therapy

Uncomplicate Your Business | Small Business Strategy for Women Entrepreneurs
How the Happiest Musician Built a Predictably Profitable Business with Jennet Ingle

Uncomplicate Your Business | Small Business Strategy for Women Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 42:54


“You won't make any real money doing that!” Has someone said something like that to you when you revealed you want to pursue a creative career in something like art or music? So many people stop chasing their dreams because they're afraid they won't be able to make it work. Today, I chat with one of the founding members of The CEO Collective, Jennet Ingle, who took her talent as a musician and turned it into a sustainable business. If you're a creative person, you'll love our conversation in this episode! On this episode of Promote Yourself to CEO: 2:36 - You'd be surprised to know this about me. It's why it always makes me happy to see others in musical careers. 6:29 - Traditional paths for musical majors are few and heavily guarded. Jennet reveals how she's forged her own path. 10:20 - What was Jennet doing when she first came into my world and joined The CEO Collective? It's such a niche thing that snowballed. 16:05 - Jennet reveals the surprising audience receptive to her programs and how the pandemic actually made it easier to reach and teach them. 21:05 - What's happened for Jennet since she initially got serious about turning her passion into a business? 25:26 - Jennet offers wisdom for those who feel they can't have a career or business as a musician/creative person due to their fear of financial insecurity. 28:27 - Jennet discusses what she learned from The CEO Collective that helped her solidify her business's direction. With such a niche business, she found it indispensable! 33:45 - How do Jennet's musician friends feel about what she's created? She reveals what's most unfamiliar to them about what she does. 35:02 - I ask Jennet a couple of questions about her CEO Collective experience. She talks about habits she's kept and the biggest challenge she overcame. Show Links Jennet Ingle The CEO Collective Racheal on Instagram Leave a review on iTunes

Into the Knight - A Moon Knight Podcast
Episode 287: MOONSHINE - New Comic Book Review - The Killing Time Pt. 1

Into the Knight - A Moon Knight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 65:49


EPISODE 287: High Priests Rebecca and Rey return to resume their coverage of the current Moon Knight run from the pen of Jed MacKay and art by Alessandro Cappuccio and Rachelle Rosenberg... The excitement never let's up! SEGMENT: MOONSHINE - NEW COMIC BOOK REVIEW Moon Knight Vol. 9 #11 - 'The Killing Time Pt. 1' Released May 26th, 2022 Writer(s) Jed MacKay Penciler(s) Alessandro Cappuccio Colorist(s) Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer(s) Cory Petit BARE BONES (Written by Wiki):  Arriving in New Jersey overlooking the warehouse Waxman confessed to holding Dr. Andrea Sterman, Moon Knight talks rules of engagement with Tigra and Rutherford Winner. Moon Knight prioritizes Andrea's rescue, even at the cost of losing Zodiac, as tonight has been ugly and Marc has no qualms on making it any uglier. As the trio make their way deeper performing stealth takedowns, they find Andrea in Jigsaw's custody with threat of torture, enraged at Moon Knight's last attack on him and narrating his recruitment by Zodiac. As Tigra wore Marc's cowl to distract the gangster, Jigsaw realizes too late it was a trap and Marc blindsides him before losing himself to wrath upon Jigsaw until Andrea stops him. Once Andrea remarks her past exposure to seeing violence, Zodiac comes onto the speaker system to chat at Moon Knight and his present company. When Marc demands to settle the matter, Zodiac refuses by stating he's standing immediately outside the Midnight Mission proper, uncertain how it was fixed within a fortnight, but doesn't trust going near it in his bid to kill Reese inside. When questioned by Andrea about his motives, Zodiac opens about his belief in self-actualization and true freedom, and Moon Knight's being chained to friends, duty, and super heroics is not who Zodiac sees. Seeing more potential in him, Zodiac aims to free Moon Knight from such shackles but Moon Knight is too afraid to free himself. Zodiac cites the rules from the Avengers, Marc's father's piety, and Khonshu as not real as Marc makes them so because he is afraid. Thus, Zodiac sees Moon Knight as the mad lad who loves violence and carving crescents into people's faces, the guy Zodiac likes as he is as free as Zodiac. Reminding Zodiac that the Mission will be able to kill him inside and Hunter's Moon can kill him outside, Zodiac surprises Marc by revealing he ambushed Hunter's Moon with a squad of super criminals Zodiac recruited, his Zodiac Cartel, hired with the millions he stole from the Steve Grant funds. Regarding the Midnight Mission, he threatens Marc and Reese inside that he'll start killing the neighbors one-by-one, but reveals to Marc he'll do so anyway because reasons. Calling Reese, Marc's order she stay inside fail as she considers leaving to spare the neighbors, while Tigra's attempts to troubleshoot ideas fall short as the fastest means to return are unavailable. Without recourse and against protests by Andrea, Marc prays to Khonshu meeting him in a psychic plane to argue for aid to find a path to reach the Midnight Mission, so as to save Reese and Hunter's Moon. Predictably, Khonshu agrees but for a price. Outside the Midnight Mission, time is about to run out on Zodiac's deadline as Soldier argues for Reese not to leave. As she bares her vampiric teeth in refusal, Soldier then opts to distract Zodiac to buy time for Marc's return and delay Reese's choice. Back in the New Jersey warehouse, Marc returns to himself and informs the others that Khonshu has set a path. Informing Winner to watch over Andrea, Marc asks for Greer's help and she agrees, but she also opens up that she was an Avengers spy so there'd be nothing between them. However, Marc admits he already knew considering T'Challa wouldn't be satisfied with Andrea's reports and Greer's surprise return to his life was simple to deduce, yet he said nothing needing her friendship to ground him. He appreciates that she always does the right thing, the reason they've stayed so close, but the path opens and Marc urges her to keep going as slowing down will be fatal. Back at the Midnight Mission, Soldier puts his idea in motion with visible reticence by Reese, with no more time and scared like hell. As time runs out and Zodiac was about to order his cartel members to round up neighbors for mass murder, Reese steps outside to surrender herself, as Zodiac is surprised by "the plan": Soldier disguises himself as Mr. Knight, greeting Zodiac on the nice night. MOON RATING : Rebecca: 

The Marc Cox Morning Show
"Predictably, the media followed him outside and gave him exactly what he wanted"

The Marc Cox Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 27:39


Hour 1: Marc criticizes former House member and TX Gov Candidate Beto O'Rourke for interrupting Tx Gov Greg Abbott's address on Texas elementary school shooting, Big Blues win, new possible treaty involving the WHO and still questions about the shooter.

CNN Political Briefing
Politicians Respond Predictably to Texas Shooting

CNN Political Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 9:29


Yesterday, a gunman shot and killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Today, politicians on both sides of the aisle are repeating the same messages they've given after other mass shootings. CNN Political Director David Chalian explains why little political change is expected after the deadliest school shooting since Sandy Hook. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

The Todd Herman Show
Monkeypox and the carefully planned collapse  Episode 125 - Hour 2 Carefully Planned Collapse

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 59:07


THE THESIS: We used pattern recognition to call out what was really behind the response to Covid, which was about The Great Reset, not heath. The same technique indicates to me the foot shortage and Monkeypox scare are part of the same approach with the same goals. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES:  Matthew 7:15-20 True and False Prophets  15 “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. 16 By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? 17 Likewise, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. 18 A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot bear good fruit. 19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. 20 Thus, by their fruit you will recognize them. THE NEWS & COMMENT: When the lies are this thick and this blatant . . . [AUDIO - PAUSE] - Doocy, WSJ Reporter Press Flailing Karine Jean-Pierre Over Disinformation Board - Mentions JAMIE GORELICK, Wall Street Journal's Tarini Parti and Fox's Peter Doocy, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre BREAKING: The Biden Administration has announced that Michael Chertoff will lead the [review of the] “Disinformation Board.” Chertoff is a co-author of the Patriot Act and was a perpetuator of the Trump-Russia conspiracy during the 2016 election. This man is the definition of disinformation. [AUDIO] - Q: "Do you believe that men can become pregnant and have abortions?" - @RepDanBishop  A: "Yes." -Democrat witness [AUDIO] - Abortion hearing guest cannot explain difference between hour old baby she condones aborting and 2 year old - Rep. Mike Johnson and Aimee Abraham Busted: Biden's “Minster of Truth” Nina Jankowicz Participated in Secret NATO-Funded Cabal to Subvert Western Democracies Using Disinformation as Cover And the propaganda this ham-handed . . . [AUDIO] - NEW ZEALAND  - Jacinda Ardern outlines her ‘Build back better' plan, and speaks of the WEF Agenda 2030 Vision of Society. The Vision of a new society, you haven't been given a chance to vote for. But then this is all a conspiracy right? Why WOULDN'T WE question EVERYTHING?  “Covid” [AUDIO - PAUSE] - Dr. Robert Malone about monkeypox Monkeypox "Preparedness Exercise" has Pandemic Start Date as May 15 2022 [AUDIO] - The Biden administration is very close to handing the World Health Organization power over every aspect of your life. Imagine the civil liberties abuses of the Covid lockdowns, but permanent.  [AUDIO] - Biden responds to calls for him to resign: "That's a good idea." [AUDIO] -  Australia's PM on the so called “pandemic treaty”: ‘the W.H.O. should have those powers and authorities' URGENT: The most powerful evidence yet that mRNA vaccines hurt long-term immunity to Covid after infection; A bombshell study - from the National Institutes of Health and Moderna, no less - should end debate NPR is maintaining a very strict mask policy, and has set up an HR tip line for employees to report on colleagues who are not adhering to guidelines—with the possible result of discipline and even termination. This is from a memo sent out today (May 19). “Climate”  [AUDIO] - Sen. Mike Lee: The ESG movement's primary goal is to force divestment from fossil fuels. No investment in energy = higher prices. That's what they want. This woke crusade is hurting Americans every time they go to the gas pump or flick the light switch. - Jason Kenney, 18th premier of Alberta since 2019 and the leader of the United “Food” [AUDIO] - "Food Chain Reaction: Two Minutes in the 2020s" [November 2015]. 6 years ago, Washington DC policymakers simulated a "New Normal" of skyrocketing food prices, famine, & climate migration. Predictably, the end result was a UN Global Climate Government body & a global carbon tax. - Tom Daschle  [AUDIO] - Rep. Steny Hoyer says he's "amazed at the bareness of shelves" at the grocery store. Democrats are just now realizing the impacts of Biden's Supply Chain Crisis?   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Market Disruptors
The Mark Moss Show - The Future of Currency

Market Disruptors

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 36:52


On this episode of The Mark Moss Show, Mark discusses the future of Bitcoin as actual legal tender being adopted by countries around the world. Predictably, the IMF is not on board with this - listen to the analysis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
10 May 2022 | VW Boss: We Didn't Expect Tesla To Be So Fast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 28:07 Very Popular


➤ Ford F-150 Lightnings Seen Stockpiled At Dearborn Test Track ➤ VW CEO thinks they can sell more electric cars than Tesla by 2025 ➤ Ford E-Transit Custom Is a New Electric Commercial Van For Europe ➤Tesla halts most output at Shanghai plant, April sales dive ➤ Tesla recalls 130K vehicles; touch screens can go blank ➤ Tesla reportedly now offers loaner vehicles to UK owners during warranty-covered repairs ➤ SpaceX to increase on-site solar and Tesla Powerpack battery capacity at its Starbase facility ➤ Rivian's venture into its first renewable energy project ➤ Hyundai may build EV plant in Georgia ➤ China's Geely Auto To Buy 34% Of Renault Korea Motors In Bid For South Korean, Export Markets ➤ Ford EV Batteries Will Switch Over To Lithium Phosphate Soon ➤ Mercedes Teases New Vision AMG Concept That Looks Like A Performance EQXX ➤ NSW offers grants to fund thousands of EV chargers at key tourist sites ➤ Electric models drive second-hand car sales higher ➤ Electric scooters have been legalised in the Queen's Speech today Show #1461 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 Tuesday 10th May, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. FORD F-150 LIGHTNINGS SEEN STOCKPILED AT DEARBORN TEST TRACK - Production of the Ford F-150 Lightning began back on April 26, but instead of all of those electric trucks ending up in the hands of buyers, it seems as though a good chunk of the EV pickups are "starting to pile up the company test track in Dearborn, MI," according to our spy photographers who are on the scene. - Numerous convoys of F-150 Lightning trucks have been seen coming from the direction of Ford's Rouge Electric Vehicle Center, and entering a side entrance at Ford's Dearborn test track. - Could the Lightning be another victim of the semiconductor shortage? Ford has not said anything about this so far, or announced any possible reasons why Lightnings would not reach owners in time, but why else would it be stockpiling them like that? - It may not necessarily be a lack of chips - it could be another supply chain-related issue that is keeping Ford from shipping these off. Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/584672/ford-f150-lightning-stockpile-supply-constraints/ VW CEO THINKS THEY CAN SELL MORE ELECTRIC CARS THAN TESLA BY 2025 - Herbert Diess, the CEO of the Volkswagen Group, believes that the German automaker can sell more electric cars than Tesla by 2025. Is that goal even possible? - At the FT Future of the Car 2022 conference today, Diess said that VW has for goal to beat Tesla to the become the top EV automaker by 2025 – though he admitted that it will be difficult (via Reuters): - “It will be a tight race but we won't give up on it. I have to say we didn't expect our main U.S. competitor to be so fast and well-prepared.” - By 2025, Tesla will likely have a production capacity of more than four million electric cars per year. I'd be surprised if VW can jump from 400,000 to four million units in just three years. - With Tesla seemingly being willing to give up the lower-end of the market, there's an opportunity for VW to come in and deliver a lot of volume in the large market of vehicles that start under $30,000. Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/05/09/vw-ceo-sell-more-electric-cars-than-tesla-2025/ Post | LinkedIn - Spain will be Volkswagen's second European electric vehicle hub after Germany! Therefore Volkswagen Group is investing 7 billion euro in Spain, the overall investment of 10 billion euro including 62 companies in the Spanish #PERTE program - the biggest industrial investment Spain has ever received. - For Volkswagen and SEAT,SA this means: a new Gigafactory in Sagunto close to Valencia supplied by renewable energy, and the electrification of our plants in Martorell and Pamplona. From 2025 onwards several small electric cars of Volkswagen,  CUPRA  and ŠKODA AUTO a.s.  will be manufactured in Spain. - To be very clear: CUPRA is not replacing SEAT, but helping it to become much more profitable. - In times of limited supply of semiconductors for sure we prioritize producing the higher margin CUPRAS over some SEAT entry models. Also for electrifying we prioritize the higher margin CUPRA models or are even launching new models solely under this brand - makes economically a lot of sense. Also our dealers are benefitting from this setup. - So, as SKODA is working well beyond its own brand interest for the group, i.e. designing the new Passat, managing India, taking over platform responsibilities, ….. I am really looking forward for more group contribution from the SEAT team. Original Source : https://www.linkedin.com/posts/herbertdiess_perte-activity-6929738755767472129-a07S/ FORD E-TRANSIT CUSTOM IS A NEW ELECTRIC COMMERCIAL VAN FOR EUROPE - Europeans will soon be getting an electric version of the popular Ford Transit Custom commercial van. Predictably coined the E-Transit Custom, Ford has released limited details and several images of the upcoming EV, which like its gas-burning counterpart isn't expected to be sold in America. - Its face is more assertive than the bug-eyed design worn by its internal-combustion stablemate. The electrified version also has chiseled lines around its wheel arches and across its flanks. Just below the passenger-side headlight is a charging port, but Ford hasn't revealed the van's battery capacity or powertrain specs. - E-Transit Custom is expected to have a driving range of around 263 miles on a single charge—we assume this is on the WLTP standard. - E-Transit Custom will start production in the second half of 2023 at its Otosan factory in Turkey. - As with the full-size Ford E-Transit that's sold in the U.S., the smaller Custom model will have Pro Power Onboard, which is a built-in AC power source that's useful at work sites or wherever electricity is needed. Original Source : https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a39944103/ford-e-transit-custom-electric-van-revealed/ TESLA HALTS MOST OUTPUT AT SHANGHAI PLANT, APRIL SALES DIVE - Tesla Inc has halted most of its production at its Shanghai plant due to problems securing parts for its electric vehicles, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters, the latest in a series of difficulties for the factory. - The automaker's sales in China had already slumped by 98% in April from a month earlier, data released by the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) showed on Tuesday, underscoring the hit from China's hard COVID-19 lockdowns. - Tesla planned to manufacture fewer than 200 vehicles at its factory in the city on Tuesday, according to the memo, far below the roughly 1,200 units per day it had ramped up to shortly after reopening on April 19 following a 22-day closure. - After reopening, the factory produced 10,757 vehicles by the end of April, selling 1,512 of them, the CPCA said. - That compared to 65,814 cars sold in March - Tesla did not export any China-made Model 3s and Model Ys from the Shanghai plant in April, the data showed.  Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/article/health-coronavirus-china-tesla-exclusive/exclusive-tesla-halts-production-at-shanghai-plant-due-to-supply-issues-sources-idUSKCN2MW03E TESLA RECALLS 130K VEHICLES; TOUCH SCREENS CAN GO BLANK Original Source : https://www.independent.co.uk/news/tesla-ap-detroit-model-b2075666.html TESLA REPORTEDLY NOW OFFERS LOANER VEHICLES TO UK OWNERS DURING WARRANTY-COVERED REPAIRS Original Source : https://www.repairerdrivennews.com/2022/05/09/tesla-reportedly-now-offers-loaner-vehicles-to-uk-owners-during-warranty-covered-repairs/ SPACEX TO INCREASE ON-SITE SOLAR AND TESLA POWERPACK BATTERY CAPACITY AT ITS STARBASE FACILITY Original Source : https://pv-magazine-usa.com/2022/05/09/spacex-to-increase-on-site-solar-and-tesla-powerpack-battery-capacity-its-starbase-facility/ RIVIAN'S VENTURE INTO ITS FIRST RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT Original Source : https://sustainabilitymag.com/renewable-energy/rivians-venture-into-its-first-renewable-energy-project HYUNDAI MAY BUILD EV PLANT IN GEORGIA Original Source : https://www.autoblog.com/2022/05/09/hyundai-georgia-ev-plant/ CHINA'S GEELY AUTO TO BUY 34% OF RENAULT KOREA MOTORS IN BID FOR SOUTH KOREAN, EXPORT MARKETS Original Source : https://www.forbes.com/sites/russellflannery/2022/05/09/chinas-geely-auto-to-buy-34-of-renault-korea-motors-in-bid-for-south-korean-export-markets/?sh=6e650db7b47e FORD EV BATTERIES WILL SWITCH OVER TO LITHIUM PHOSPHATE SOON Original Source : https://fordauthority.com/2022/05/ford-ev-batteries-will-switch-over-to-lithium-phosphate-soon/ MERCEDES TEASES NEW VISION AMG CONCEPT THAT LOOKS LIKE A PERFORMANCE EQXX Original Source : https://www.carscoops.com/2022/05/mercedes-teases-new-vision-amg-concept-that-looks-like-a-performance-eqxx/ NSW OFFERS GRANTS TO FUND THOUSANDS OF EV CHARGERS AT KEY TOURIST SITES Original Source : https://thedriven.io/2022/05/09/nsw-offers-grants-to-fund-thousands-of-ev-chargers-at-key-tourist-sites/ ELECTRIC MODELS DRIVE SECOND-HAND CAR SALES HIGHER Original Source : https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-61383855 ELECTRIC SCOOTERS HAVE BEEN LEGALISED IN THE QUEEN'S SPEECH TODAY Original Source : https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/cars/1608134/electric-scooters-legal-queens-speech-shapps QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM What would you like to see improved in EV charge station design? 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. 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 MILLBROOKCOTTAGES.CO.UK – 5* LUXURY COTTAGES IN DEVON, JUMP IN THE HOT TUB WHILST YOUR EV CHARGES

Flow State of Mind Podcast | Health | Fitness | Physique | Psychology | Business
330. How to Track - “Business Macros” Part 2/3 - How To Predictably Sign More Clients Who Pay More, Refer More and Succeed More (Using Targets and Data)

Flow State of Mind Podcast | Health | Fitness | Physique | Psychology | Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 26:10


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