35 Burst results for "14 Years"
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Joy of Entrepreneurship With Venture Capitalist Vic Keller
"We live in a great country and in this country, we have amazing stories of success, one of the pieces of feedback I receive from young people, so how can I be successful? All I hear is this negativity on campus. Well, we want to introduce you to one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the country, Vic Keller Vic, welcome to the program. Thank you, Charlie. Glad to be here. You have several businesses and the success could go on and on and on. Tell us your story. Man, my story is one of coming from humble roots. I just remember being 14 years old and trying to convince McDonald's. I was 15 years old, so I could get a job and from there I just had a bunch of jobs and then by the time I was, I think 23, 24 years old, I really understood that I wanted to be an entrepreneur. I was working at JPMorgan and was learning some great stuff, but I realized I was on the wrong side of the table for really how I was wired. I wanted to be that entrepreneur that was controlling those commercial banking accounts and building enterprise and being capitalistic. We live in the greatest country in the world. We're losing part of it, but boy, there's so many great stories that come out of a free market. The free market enterprise we have here is unbelievable. So just really at 23 24 years old, sort of thinking about it at 25, pull the trigger, started my first business. And you know, it sounds complex and daunting when you think about starting a business, but it wasn't. I talked a couple of my best Friends and to join to me and went online, formed an LLC and got a website that I was in business. What were you selling? You know, my first business was in the automotive industry and I was selling products and services in the automotive industry and it was a absolutely fast paced, high energy lot of hustle. A lot of awesome, but high margin. High margin, a lot of room for air. I learned when I was young. I like high margin businesses. And they really provide a lot of opportunity for fun expansion growth. High margin high volume. If you find those two things. The best. It's the best. You just need good people as well.
Jim Bianco on Why the Banking System Has Always Been Broken
"We've seen three bank closures in quick succession. It seems each of them had different causes, but since you're a macro expert, I wanted to ask you about one of the causes that has been much discussed, which is the current high interest rate environment. Do you think that that played a role in if so, what was that role? No, I think it played the primary role in what's been happening. I'm going to use a fancy term and then I'm going to try and define it. This is a liquidity crisis, not a solvency crisis. Now, what does that mean? This is nothing like 2008. In 2008, banks made loans and they bought securities, then they lost a ton of money on them. And they were unable to meet their obligations because of losses. In 2023, banks made loans and they own securities, which were largely good. There was no real problem with security. I know people are trying to make a big deal about this unrealized loss, but that's not a real problem. What happened was everybody wanted their money back on the same day. And a bank can't turn to a loan in a mortgage and a bunch of securities and sell them all in the next four minutes and raise cash in order to meet those obligations. This is what costs these banks to fail. If you want a better explanation of this, go watch the bank run and it's a wonderful life. This is exactly what happened in the 1930s. So this is from 80 years ago. What's going on in the markets? This is not from 15 years ago. It's a liquidity problem. It's not a solvency problem. Now that I've defined it, the problem was interest rates. In both directions, both zero interest rates for 14 years, I think was the bigger problem in raising of interest rates. What happened with banks coming into a year ago was they had enough deposits. They didn't need any more deposits. So when the fed started raising rates, you might have noticed, I have noticed that your bank never raised your rate. Your savings account, you're checking account are still somewhere near zero on your interest rate. A lot of people think that that's because they're supposed to be there. No, they're supposed to follow the market. You're checking account should be giving you 4% on your money. Your savings account should be giving you 4% on your money. It's not. And that's because the banks didn't need to attract any more money.
AP News Radio
14-year-old boy arrested in Mexico for murder of 8
"A 14 year old boy accused of being a hit man in a drug related shooting is under arrest in Mexico. The boy is nicknamed capito or little Chapo after the imprisoned drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, authorities near Mexico City alleged that in January the boy rode up on a motorcycle and opened fire on a family holding a birthday party in a Mexico City suburb, killing 8 people and leaving 5 adults and two children wounded, a man was also arrested in the killings and 7 other members of the gang were arrested on drug charges, the motive for the killings has not been made public, I'm down a water
The Eric Metaxas Show
Gheorghe Ignat Reflects on His Wrestling and MMA Career
"To George ignaz or as it's pronounced in Romania, Georgia, ignat, from Romania, and we're talking George to you about, thanks for letting me call you, George. About your experience. So at age 12, you are 200 pounds gigantic, and you very quickly become a champion in the entire nation of Romania at age 14. So the coach saw how much a weight and my height and he just pulled my hand and grabbed my hand and said, kid, stay with me. I will try. I will make you a champion. I know it was great for me to hear that because I saw the pictures of all these big guys with medals around their necks. And I said, yes, I want to be the champion. I never knew what's going to happen after how much work dedication effort sweat I have to put in, but what I wanted was to be able to defend against the people the children that were bullying me, but now there was a different perspective, not only to defend what to become a champion. And two years later, one year and in months later, I was becoming the national champion at my age in kilos category. In Romania, I defended this title for 8 years in the road. I have a total ten titles of national champion for ten times 8 years in a row from the age of 14, obviously to 22. So you became a champion pretty quickly and remained a champion. What happened? Later. Many years. I was part of the national team with a 14 years of age. I was selected to be part of the national team. The 16, I was selected to be part of the Olympic team, which was a great thing at the time because I was the youngest wrestler to be selected in the Olympic team. Wrestlers 21 and above. This was for the 2000 Olympics. After the 2000 Olympics, exactly after the team come back from Sydney, they called me to join the team and my coach and the coaches, the Olympic coaches really having high hopes that George would qualify for the Athens.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Biden Hosts Screening of Film About Lynching of Emmett Till
"So this has been mentioned by others. I am sure, but I did not mention it, and I think I need to. Comment made by the most, I believe vicious man to ever be president of the United States, Joe Biden. I never spoke this way with Clinton or Obama. So this is not because he's a Democrat. He is vicious because he's a Democrat, but he, I'm not attacking him because he's Democrat. Being on the left makes you a worse person, there is no doubt in my mind about that. He become, if you're not angry, you're not a leftist. What he said may be one of the most vile things a president of the United States has ever said. Since 17 76. Although what year it did Washington assume the presidency? Was it 76? No, no. I didn't think so. So. Really 1790 would be really 1790s, 14 years after saying we're an independent country. Since the late 18th century, he watched the till, lynched for simply being black. With white crowds, white families, this is from American greatness. Gathered to celebrate the spectacle. By the way, let me comment on that. I have seen these pictures. For those of you who think humans are basically good, human nature is basically good. How do you explain people? Celebrating at the lynching of a human being. Because of its color. I look at these people and I think, are we members of the same species? Anyway, taking pictures of the bodies and mailing them as postcards. As the American great miss Wright, which is a conservative apiece, conservatives hate racism much more than leftists do. Hard to believe that was done. And then so this is anyway, this is what he said. This is a quote, so to be, I have to be very, I don't have an cult Mark, so that was my error. Lynched for simply being black. This is what Biden said. After watching till. Nothing more, with white crowds, white families gathered to celebrate the spectacle taking pictures of the bodies and mailing them as postcards, hard to believe but that was what was done. Okay. And then he added, and some people still want to do that.
Your Daily Prayer
A Prayer for the Grieving
"But we do not want you to be uninformed brothers about those who are asleep. That you may not grieve as others do who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so through Jesus, God will bring with him those who have fallen asleep. First, thessalonians, four versus 13 through 14. Years ago, I watched my husband, his parents, and my sister in law experienced the deepest pain imaginable. He so difficult that it physically hurt. The night my husband, Paul, received the news that his younger brother was in a tragic drowning accident. I held him as we both cried, huddled on the couch. He kept grabbing his chest and saying I miss him so much. This hurts so bad. Each day after that moment, we continue to put one foot in front of the other as we walked through the pain with Jesus. Trusting that he would continue to heal our broken hearts and believing we will see our precious brother who is also a believer. Again in heaven someday. Not only did I sense the nearness of God after we lost our dear brother, but the scriptures flooded my heart with hope. This passage from first thessalonians reminds me to keep my mind fixed on eternity. But we do not want you to be uninformed brothers about those who are asleep that you may not grieve as others do who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again even so through Jesus God will bring with him those who have fallen asleep. First, thessalonians four versus 13 through 14. What a beautiful reminder to all of us who might be experiencing pain and grief right now. We may feel pain and sorrow but that does not mean that we have no hope. Our life is only a vapor, James for 14. And this place is not our home. We have a promise that one day every tear will be wiped away and pain will be no war. Revelation 21 verse four. The Bible is
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh and Debbie Discuss the Horrific Legacy of Jimmy Carter
"Jimmy Carter, a former president Carter appears to be well in the sunset of his life. I say this because after being confined and treated in a hospital, he is evidently now been released to home hospice care. And there's a statement that came out of the Carter center after a series after a series of short hospital stays former U.S. president Jimmy Carter today decided to spend his remaining time at home with his family and receive hospice care instead of additional medical intervention. He has the full support of the family, the Carter family asked for privacy. And so on, it seems here that in Carter is 90 8 years old. He's 98 years old. He has lived a very long life, and you know, again, we're not here to attack him personally. Or at least I'm not. And I do send well wishes to his family. Yeah, of course. Now, the left is sort of using this as an occasion to say, look. And they know it's really difficult for them to fed Carter's actual record because for anyone who lived during those years, they were the miserable years. And in fact, even card or knew they were the miserable years because he started talking about a national malaise, a kind of national disease that the whole country had as a result of his own leadership. So it's a Carter's own record as president horrific. In fact, this is the reason why even as an incumbent, he got clobbered by Reagan 44 states. I think to Reagan 6 to Carter and Carter could not believe that he had lost in that way. That was a great election. That was really fun. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was 14 years old, but I was all for Ronald Reagan,
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
'First Blood': The First 80's Action Movie
"I think I'm going to have to do this now and again there are moments when I have to just geek out. So it's a perfect place to do it. We've noticed him falling out of the tree. He manages to suture himself up. How does he manage to suture himself up because of this costar of the movie, which is his knife? Soon, we'll see the scene of him with teasel. This is an iconic image of the whole movie after he's downed all the other members of teasers team. He just comes out of nowhere out of the dark, puts this massive knife up against his neck and he says, don't push it, right? Leave it, drop it. What is that knife? Well, when I was a kid, I wanted that knife badly. It was designed by this man, Jimmy lyell. That's the knife. That's sly with Jimmy. A legend and utter legend in the industry. I bought cheap Chinese knock offs when I was 14 years old, and then eventually when I got to a certain age, I afforded myself a real one. And here it is. I brought it into the studio. We're going to geek out. This is one of the knives made by Jimmy lyell exactly the same as the one that sly used in the movie. They took the classic U.S. Air Force survival knife, doubled the size, hollowed out the handle. You've got the compass that you see him using the movie. You've got the sutures. You've got the needle and thread, the fishing line. So the only difference between boys and men are the price of their toys, Chris. It's such a cool prop. So that was an actual produced product before the film. No, no, no, no, no. No, no, no. No, no, no. That was made. Sly went to the most famous knife custom knife maker and said, we need to come up with something that's iconic that he could have as his only weapon. That became the first blood knife and then Lyle made one for each of his movies, so
AP News Radio
Biden hosts screening of film about lynching of Emmett Till
"President Joe Biden has hosted a screening of a film about the lynching of Emmett Till. Our Norman hall screened the east room of The White House till is a new drama about the 1955 lynching of Emmett Till, who was brutally killed after a white woman said the black 14 year old had made improper advances toward her. In brief remarks before the screaming, Biden said history matters and that healing and justice come only with truth by also said hate never goes away and can only be stopped when condemned by the entire country. Some cast members and relatives of till were present, so were students, civil rights leaders, historians, and families of victims of hate fueled violence. Norman hall, Washington
AP News Radio
Lawsuit seeks white woman's arrest in Emmett Till kidnapping
"A lawsuit has been filed by a relative of Emmett Till, trying to force the arrest of a white woman whose accusations ultimately led to the lynching of the black teen in 1955. Patricia Stirling of Jackson Mississippi is a cousin of Emmett Till. She filed a federal lawsuit, asking the sheriff of Lafleur county to serve an arrest warrant on Carolyn Bryant, who recanted her story. She's the one who accused the 14 year old till visiting from Chicago of making advances toward her in a store, a witness said he had whistled at her, which violated Mississippi's racial codes. A reexamination of the case found in 1955 arrest warrant had been issued but never served because the sheriff at the time said he did not want to quote bother the woman because she was raising two children. The lawsuit alleges if Carolyn Bryant hadn't falsely claimed Emmett Till assaulted her. Her husband and his half brother would have never gone into such a rage that led to the teens murder and mutilation. Carolyn Bryant donham has since remarried. She's now in her late 80s, living in North Carolina and Kentucky in recent years. I'm Jackie Quinn
The Doug Collins Podcast
Teen's Suicide Days After NJ School Hallway Attack Sparks Outrage
"If you've got kids and you have them in school and their school age kids, maybe they're young, they're teenagers, please, please stay involved in their life. There's so much chaos going on right now. There's so many things that are going on in schools that you need to be involved in. And the question is, there's a part of being involved in your child's life and being a part of what they're doing that, you know, gives them support without smothering them and we all hear the term helicopter parents and all that. But there is a place for being involved in your life because right now what our teenagers are going through is so different with social media with interactions that it's just different. And I don't care how you look at it, how you think about it. It is just different. And a story that's came out this past few days is at one out of the New York Post. It was about a 14 year old New Jersey high school student. Took her own life after a video was posted in which she was at school and four girls just came up and basically started being on her. And getting into a fight, they videotaped it and then from the understanding is, here's what she was scarier about this is that these girls knew this a lot and they do these they pick fights and they get in people and beat them up and they show the videos on social media. How this is acceptable on social media. I have no idea. How this is actually giving staying up. I have no idea. If you have Twitter and Facebook and all these other taking down and YouTube and others taking down former presidents information and still allowing dictators and terrorists to have these accounts, how are we taking and not having the stuff taken out? No renaming no social value when you just have people picking a fight in a class. And in high school. Understanding this, like I said, they have done this before. But the school didn't even call the police about this.
AP News Radio
The secrets of a glittering golden Egyptian mummy are uncovered
"The secrets of a glittering golden Egyptian mummy have been uncovered without disturbing the occupant. The mummy is called the golden boy. He was a boy aged 14 years. Well preserved body and well mummified. Radiology professor sahar saleem at Cairo university says the mummy is about 2300 years old. CT scans help them get a better look at it. And the arrangement of the evidence in three terms are really very unique and not seen before. Some of the amulets are made of gold, a sign of the boy's social status. Researcher Sarah Ahmed Abdul Aziz says CT scans help preserve the mummy. You can now have a piece of amulet based off one that is in a mummy in your hand 3D printed without removing anything. Researchers say a gold tongue amulet was put inside the boy's mouth so that he could speak in the afterlife. I'm Ed Donahue
Lirunex Hires AssetsFXs Waleed Salah as Head of Sales MENA
"8 p.m. Friday February 3rd, 2023. Lennox hires assets FX's Wally Sola as head of sales Mina. LTP GT Linux, a multi regulated ref cost finance magnates dot com class quarters ranger quote it quite big 7 zero C 9 5 6 zero one four four three 8 C 9 F zero two CC three FD 8 D two CC zero at what target quote blank at Forex broker tagged has hired Wally sulla, the former head of sales for Middle East and North Africa Mina at asset's FX as. Its new head of sales for Mina. Sulla announced his appointment at the Tahrir Square dot finance magnates dot com de blaire next what target quad blank what real quad follow quad marshal island registered broker tag on Friday on. LinkedIn LTP GT LTP GT the executive, who brings about 14 years of industry to the new role. Spit only two months at his former role at the Tahrir coops with that finance magnates dot com Forex gives brokers until March 10 to solar census for our claims jump quote target quad Blanco roquat follow Quartet. Vincent and the Grenadines registered tag assets FX. He worked for the online broker between August and September 2022 dot LTP GT LTP GT solo's FX sales journey over the last decade until since starting out his career in May 2008 as a customer services. Representative for FX comparison, sulla has worked for a number of top Forex. Brands such as value trades, black bull markets, robo Forex, and USG FX dot LTP GT LTP GT before joining assets FX, solo was looked after that finance magnates dot com executive is a lollipop sock security as joins the set says SL shit quote target quad blank white real quad follow quads head of seals for Emmy and alte at Forex and CFDs. Broker securities, where he worked for only four months between April and July last year however, before that he spent 11 months in the same capacity. At value trees dot LTP GT LTP GT watch, the recent FML S 22 session on what the future holds for the online trading industry dot LTP GT LTP GT cell of joint value trees from New Zealand based lotta rev coughs. That finance magnets dot com's multi asset class quarter of Scandinavian it Quattro 5 78 70 zero F9 four at one 8 four 9 F 6 8 BC 7 9 9 8 T 5 C zero quote target quote blank multi asset tag, brokered black bull markets, where he served as the head of Arabic office. However, he only spent three months with the broker, according to his profile on LinkedIn dot LTP GT LTP GT between April 2016 and May 2022, sulla held various positions at USG FX. Including manager of the Middle East office this was one of sulla's longest. Career stay at an organization. However, before that he worked for 9 months, as the sales team manager at robo four X dot LTP GT LTP GT Sola ran his own academy for four years between November 2011 and 2015. During this period he also worked with international online broker FBS. His other early career days were spent at FX comparison between 2008 and 2011 LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon aleda pupo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
N.J. Man Allegedly Paid 40 BTC to Have a 14yearold Killed
"1 p.m. Sunday, February 5th, 2023. NJ Mann allegedly paid 40 BTC to have a 14 year old killed. John Michael must Beck, a 31 year old man from hedon field, New Jersey, has been charged with hiring a hitman to kill the 14 year old and paying 40 Bitcoin equivalent to 20,000 at the time for the crime. Must bec has plead guilty to using the Internet for the murder in a federal court in Camden. He faces a maximum of the posting J man allegedly paid 40 BTC to have a 14 year old killed appeared first on the coin's post.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Why Do Teachers Ask Students What They Think?
"You know another thing that teachers do and by the way, I've done a lot of research on this. Next week I'm actually interviewing the sky on my show, John agosto, who wrote this fabulous book, the death of learning. Have you read it? No, but it sounds so right. Gosh, it resonated with me so much. So this isn't just true of my educational experience, but it's also true of others. Teachers have this idea that the student, especially in humanities courses, like English classes, they have this idea that the students in the discussion should figure out what the book is about. And I remember in high school, we were assigned two or three chapters to read of a book. And then the next day we show up to English class. And the teacher wouldn't help explain the themes of the chapter or what it's really about. Instead, she or he would just allow us to talk about it. But we're 14 year old squirts who don't understand. Exactly. We don't understand. So we're just like, I remember I remember sitting there going, I'm so stupid. I don't understand this. Oh God. I thought I was an idiot. Don't touch a sensitive point in my own life two things. One, I remember the same thing, so I'd be in school, and that through so what do you think to teacher would say? And I remember thinking, who cares what I think you're the teacher? It's irrelevant what I think, and then another kid would raise his or her hand, and I don't really want to know. And I like the kids, not I didn't like the kid. At 15, if you, you shouldn't be have the same insight as the 50 year old teacher or the 40 year old teacher. That's why they're the teacher.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Rep. Scott Perry: Something Has to Change
"Well, congressman, I can tell you we are one of the few national radio shows that we're standing in lockstep with the house freedom caucus and it really troubles me not just that there is opposition to what you guys are doing, but there are threats. And I want to get your initial reaction to something congressman Dan Crenshaw said on Fox News radio when he called you and your colleagues a bunch of terrorists and not just him, but also there was a congressman congressman Rogers from Alabama who also called you guys terrorist. Look, these comments are the desperate tactics of people that can't win the argument and quite honestly have a terrible record. Yes, as you know, Todd, there are members past and present that have a vested interest in the status quo here. There's a lot of money being made here and changed hands. It's taken from the American people and distributed around town here. That's the status quo, and they want to continue to further that and protect that status quo. Somebody's got to fight for the American people, Todd. And while I will never say things like that about my colleagues, especially members that have worn the uniform as I have, I'm not desperate. I do rely on the merits of my argument and if my colleagues want to go out and support and talk about the great things that have happened in Congress over the last ten years, whether it's $1.7 trillion omnibus Christmas trees spending bills that are dropped at 2 o'clock in the morning right before Christmas. They can go talk about those things. I suspect that most Americans will not agree with their perspective. Something has to change here, Todd. You can't keep doing the same things under the same conditions with the same people and expect a different outcome. Mister McCarthy has been in leadership for 14 years now.
The Eric Metaxas Show
'Understanding Religious Abuse and Recovery' With Patrick Knapp
"To Patrick Knapp, who has written a book understanding religious abuse and recovery, he was from 1970 to 1984 for 14 years involved in a high control abusive Christian sect. And we're talking about that. Patrick, I have had a number of friends over the years who've shared with me similar experiences. Of being part of a group that was just extremely fundamentalist and controlling controlling of behavior, usually young people are prone to this kind of thing and it's horrifying when I've heard these stories. In a way, I've been amazed that these two Friends of mine that I'm thinking of that they got out of it and became healthy functioning Christians in love with God and love with Jesus in love with the Bible that this didn't scar them forever, but it strikes me that many, many people, less fortunate, would have been scarred forever by these kinds of strange experiences. Well, and that certainly true, the majority of people that Heidi and I life coach with are from this sort of background. And really, when you look at a variety of other organizations that work with what perhaps commonly referred to as cults, an awful lot of the people that are the connect with them come from a pseudo Christian group, that's not uncommon. The international cultic studies association, which is probably the largest organization of its kind that works specifically with religiously abused or spiritually abused folks, they the majority of the people that come to them for help and support come from, unfortunately, forms of Christianity that are very unhealthy.
Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
Understanding Teens and Parenting Toward Adulthood
"The first thing is for you to understand something about your teenager. And it was the thing that I first understood, it must have been the first day in adolescent psychology class. When the teacher said now, of course, you know that modern adolescence was created about a hundred years ago. And the term teenager was invented around 1942. And the class just sat there, and I was like, what? What he's talking about is something that is critical for you to know. When you think about teenager, with the things we joke about, surly, argumentative, emotional, a rebellious, all those things that we think about. A 150 years ago, no one would know what you're talking about. A 13 and 14 year old boy was out working with the men, a 14 year old girl was very likely married in pregnant. This is a new thing and it's important that you know that this was created. And what's been created and there's many books about this, but the clearest example is that or statement is that we have artificially extended childhood to a very, very long, never ending stage. You are living in a culture that does not know how to translate its children into adults. And it's gotten worse over the years, and this has been going on. It was there with your parents, and your grandparents. But it's gotten worse and worse. It went from what we do in America is you have a thing you can't fix, you make a movie out of it. So we had rebel without a cause, and then it becomes failure to launch. It just gets harder and harder. So here's the thing that you need to know. And I am not kidding. The thing that was known all around the world for all of time, and it is this. Childhood comes to its natural end by about the age of 13. That is virtually when it is over. It does not mean your job is over, but this is the part that I can not emphasize enough, your job changes. Because teenagers are not old children. They are very young adults. Now don't panic, they're very young, very poor adults. They own nothing. You know? And they're very inexperienced, but they are and they have crossed over into adulthood.
The Bible Recap
"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Again, not my first choice, only Paul. The next day they had to stop number 5 Derby to preach the gospel, then go back to the three towns that wanted to kill them, only Paul. But he doesn't go back for revenge. He doesn't go back to show all the haters he's still alive, and he doesn't even go back to try to change their minds. He goes back to strengthen and encourage the believers there. Paul knows that if they tried to kill him for what he believes and teaches, then the people who actually live there full time aren't going to have an easy go of it all. While he's there, they appoint elders in their local churches, pray, fast, and commit the elders to God. They make a few more stops along the way, then head back to the original Antioch, the one in Syria, to report on everything that happened, namely, that God opened the hearts of the gentiles to believe. What was your God shot today? Mine was in chapter 14 versus 16 through 17, where Paul says, in past generations, he allowed all the nations to walk in their own ways. Yet he did not leave himself without witness, for he did good by giving you rains from heaven and fruitful seasons, satisfying your heart with food and gladness. The Greek word for a loud here is often translated suffered. God suffered all the nations to walk in their own ways. And even though they're complete rejection of God wounds him, he still makes himself known to them nonetheless through his blessings, reign and fruit and food and gladness. Theologians refer to this as common grace, where God pours out his kindness even on people who reject him. What a generous God to not immediately destroy the wicked and rebellious as we all deserve, but to use his kindness and grace as a means of making himself known even among his enemies. If we look close enough, we'll see that every blessing is a gift with his signature on it. He's where the joy is. Tomorrow we'll be reading the book of James, it's 5 chapters long, we're linking to a short video overview in the show notes that will really help set you up for success with this new book. So check it out if you've got 8 minutes to spare. Each month we offer special bonus content to our Patreon family. For the month of November, we have a Bible study that we wrote for our D group members called soul rest. And isn't that exactly what our hearts need to hear right now? It focuses on what it looks like to abide in Christ. We're sending this out to patrons who have joined at the bonus content to your or higher. If that's you, just log into your Patreon account to get your perks, or if you've selected to have your perks emailed to you, you can look for it there. If you're a part of our Patreon at a different tier and you want access to this park, you can log into your account and adjust your membership accordingly. And if you're not yet part of our Patreon family, this is a great time to join us. Check out today's show notes for a link or click the Patreon link on our website. The Bible recap dot com. The Bible recap is brought to you by D group. Discipleship and Bible study groups that made in homes and churches around the world each week. For more information on D group, visit my D group dot org.
The Bible Recap
"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Hey Bible readers, I'm Tara Lee Kabul and I'm your host for the Bible recap. Today we opened in the church at Antioch in modern day Syria. There's a group of prophets and teachers leading the church, including two who have sketchy pasts or soul, of course, the former persecutor of Christians, but there's also a guy named man who used to work for the king Herod who killed JTB. So here are these Christians working alongside and being led by people who at one point killed their leaders and Friends. This is what the gospel looks like. It not only reaches past nationalism that it reaches past pain and hurt as well. Together their worshiping God and fasting and in the midst of it all, they get some direction from the Holy Spirit. Remember how Jesus said the spirit would be their guide? We're continuing to see that in the ways he's directing Peter steps to go see Cornelius and in the way he's telling them to appoint Barnabas and Saul as missionaries and the church obeys the spirits promptings. They lay hands on them and pray for them and anoint them with oil, the symbol of the Holy Spirit, and they're off. First up, Cyrus, and John Mark comes along too. While they're preaching their way across the island, the governor hears about it in summons them. He's hanging out with a false prophet slash magician who relies on the power of the enemy. As the disciples preach the gospel, the governor is starting to come around, so the magician tries to dissuade him. Then Saul calls him out. He calls him a son of the devil actually, and he speaks temporary blindness over him. Saul had experienced this himself, so he knows what it's like. I wonder if any part of him hoped this temporary blindness would end in spiritual sight, like his did. The governor sees all this happen and he sold on Jesus because he was already astonished based on the teaching alone. By the way, verse 9 is the first time scripture mentions Saul's other name. Paul. From here on out, it becomes the primary name used for him and the way he self identifies. Here's what most scholars think is behind that switch. This is his first missionary journey. This is where the spread of the gospel to the gentiles increases, so it makes sense for Paul to use the gentile version of his name. He's adapting to the cultures he encounters, making sacrifices to get any stumbling blocks out of the way. Later, in first Corinthians 9, Paul says he has become all things to all people, and this is part of what he meant. For stop number two, the spirit sends Paul and Barnabas to a different Antioch. This one is in turkey, but John Mark goes back to Jerusalem. Put a pin in that for a few days. They show up in a synagogue one Sabbath and listen to the teaching.
The Bible Recap
"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Hey Bible readers, I'm Tara Lee Kabul and I'm your host for the Bible recap. Today's reading is really similar to tomorrow's reading, so today we'll recap the first half, then tomorrow we'll tackle the last half. Today, Jesus drops a bombshell on his disciples. He says he's only got a few days to live. The authorities are already plotting it in fact and are just waiting for the right moment. Judas knows they want to arrest Jesus and he sees an opportunity to make some cash from it if he can be the one to turn Jesus in. The religious leaders arranged to pay Judas 30 pieces of silver for it. Depending who you ask, this is anywhere from 200 to $2000. As soon as Judas gets the money, he starts finding an opportunity to make the betrayal happen. There are a few noteworthy things about this section first, we see that God's will always comes to pass. Second, we see that there are passive agents and active agents involved in bringing his will to pass. The active agent here, Judas has woe pronounced on him. And while verse 24 tells us it would have been better for him if he hadn't been born, his birth was necessary as a part of God's plan of redemption. Some of you have a really compassionate heart and you feel sorry for Judas, and I'm so grateful for your Tinder heart. It's important to remember, though, that Judas got exactly what he deserved. What we all deserve, in fact, but Jesus did not get what he deserved. As they sit down to dinner that night, Jesus makes things awkward right off the bat by announcing that there's a betrayer at the table. They're all mortified wondering if it could be them. They all know that they have the capacity to betray him. They ask, is it I lord? But Judas doesn't ask that. He asks, is it I rabbi? He calls Jesus teacher, not master, which is a bit of a giveaway on its own. Then Jesus affirms that, yes, he's the one. Judas isn't shocked by this, he's already got the silver in his pocket. Then, Jesus blesses the bread and gives thanks for it. This is a bit of a side note, but this is one of those places in scripture where it reveals that those are two separate things. He blesses the food and he thanks the father. Then he makes reference to a speech he gave earlier. Remember in John 6 when he talked about eating his flesh and drinking his blood and it gros everyone out. Here he gives them an object lesson about it. He feeds them what we call the lord's supper or communion or the eucharist, which means to give thanks, and in doing this, he gives them a physical action that connects them to a spiritual reality. Just like with baptism, there are a lot of different perspectives on how and when and why this should be practiced, but there's one thing we can agree on. The lord supper may not taste like much, but it's truly the best feast we'll eat on this side of eternity. It's the most privileged meal in the universe. It marks us as God's children and it helps our forgetful hearts remember. In fact, he commands us to remember to regularly bring it to mind that his body was broken and his blood was poured out for many. We need that reminder, or will become like the people we read about yesterday who didn't wait well. They were sidetracked and foolish and fearful, so we partake and we remember. Jesus and his disciples eat the bread, drink the wine, sing a hymn and in John's account of the story, Jesus tells Judas to do what he's going to do quickly.
In The Thick
"14 years" Discussed on In The Thick
"Honestly when i think about this data my brothers. I feel we were lucky. Wow look some people. As the victims of water killed family. Detroit lost everything limps And also try back and some countries. Now we consider machine i in some countries where they harsh laws toward muslims the like radicals or fundamentals even Women can were his job or women cannot cover their heads or because like again in a were interred jerry. It's islamophobia and when i told my brother and the luckier one. For example if i was in yemen or afghanstan under the lowest terror could end up killed died. Who cares. i mean so basically. You're saying that in some ways the fact that you ended up in one done. I'm all being an eighteen year old yemeni. Who was on his way trying to get to college. And you kind of get swept up into who knows what could have happened. You could have gotten killed. I'm comparing to those. Who really were victims for an intern. Yeah you know what you see. Now is the result of twenty years. One of the longest war fiance history. Yeah not just the muslims who are victims. Look the other side. Honestly even at guantanamo guards stuff. Some of them were victims of guantanamo machinery. Because they've we're forest to do something against their humanity against their principles. Yeah even though you recruit soldiers. Young women and men from american citizens and send them to fuel the war in gunston and elsewhere. They think they do the right thing but they get even effectively betas homeless now. How many of these now. They have Pity is yeah you know. They also victims of war. When i talk to the guards at guantanamo some of them home in iraq and afghanistan. What do you feed. He said it's just crazy we didn't. We just follow orders. Who has said follow orders in the past. That's what the nazi said. That's what the nazi says. I'm just following orders guantanamo the. Hey don't do they say man. I'm sorry i'm just following more. I have to do this those in the us military if just kind of sympathy or try. They are not safe. Nobody was saved by war on terror. And.
In The Thick
"14 years" Discussed on In The Thick
"This guy's dr. This guy's a chef. This guy is a poet so we started shared this knowledge and take classes marriage. Classes classes just theoretic classes. Even at one of we have surgeon. I had the kidney bid. So one of the brothers study with to do surgeries just theoretical. After a few months he called me. Can we go to break any to extract your kidney stone. Tau how this. I'm going to this and said okay. Good like and he did it. No were kidding okay. I fell for it. Sorry so we tried to survive. So what about that place. Our day versus twenty languages. We had one week's organized like it's ship black celebrating singing poetry dancing stories. Lifing have a sense of humor at even that integrators took it as it's challenging. We were trying to survive. That's what we could do that. What we have. We have each other. Yeah anyone night we would start sink in arabic and english impassioned pharisee russia in or do mature. Do you remember anything that you would sing then. Oh yeah one of the that really piss out the station and then target or they took it as a challenge when any brother would for interrogation torture when he leaves the black. We would sing raw. Salama z. aminul. Saddam roar roar mass saddam hussein. When he gets back then gatien from appointment would say have have been leeza. Leeza yamada have balisa. Imagine forty eight brothers repeating that collectively. What were you saying what were you. So what was the first one said roy. Salama go go with peace migrant you more peace and safety the other one when they come by habit habur legia will come. Welcome the one who can. Oh my god because imagine someone who get spent like hours or days into interrogation room under so and so we tried to just carry. Yeah when they heard the voice your brother round you like when i when i'm going in our never talk so when i get back you can see the war on these be will try to carry you to help you because as i told you you have the knowledge that part of you as a person that till bus to survive. Wow i'd wanna give in the context of what's happening now twenty years later and specifically what's happened recently with the news out of afghanistan how. Us troops are now leaving with the goal of ending america's longest war..
In The Thick
"14 years" Discussed on In The Thick
"I tried to tackle that. I if you need to go in and you have to have clearance from the cia people who work there. It is monitored by the cia. Anyone good they have to have clearance. Secondly there's like between twenty to twenty five kids. Those kids were held at guantanamo as the worst of the worst and they were they were shirt and they were sent back. Wanted to start Evolving beginning there was chaos. It was like if in conflict between the cia the fbi the military intelligence the other intelligence agencies. They have no files. No newark cards of anyone and they didn't want to do. They didn't know what they were looking for. By the end of two thousand to even the journalists were conflict. One of them said. Do you know if i should be there. Said no the one who said you never convince. Should you be a blogger. He was replaced by the working. Doesn't different miller who arrived at guantanamo. Yeah when he arrived he is the first. One who wrote guantanamo is o. p. s. thunder aggression procedure on. He's the first one who established and start developing what they call enhanced interrogation technique. We call it enhanced torture technique right. Then he gets three-set guantanamo start torturing and everyone and to getting everyone so when a miller finished with us he was sent to iraq. All of your hair about that was doing. So the question is have really obtained American or mccumber comb reconsider. No it does not know. They always say that injury causa. Guantanamo is not like maybe to increase of threat of terrorism. That's not the case. The case is facing the political reality that guantanamo mistake along And those responsible for opening it and keeping open half history. They have to reckon with history. I bet also they don't wanna be charged for international torture. Yeah right. I mean that's possible. The thing is the crazy part. Which is the congress issued that no one can see government or anyone who detained or imprisoned by a warrant terror. Law cannot sue the government or those who are discharged like george bush rumsfeld the dick cheney and others on radically. Us government is sizing cuba for violating human rights Some time one of the measure of human rights in the twenty first century is going and it is indisputable land. Is it just crazy. You gotta you gotta. Mike was dropped. Their for the mike was dropping. We're going to send that one to like everybody over there in the white house. So listen months or one of the things that i really appreciate. It was fascinated by the telling. Your story is that you talk about the resistance on guantanamo and how the prisoners. People being held the detainees. Were thou creating art poetry. I think about a woman who i knew was being held in an iranian prison. An american academic woman who older she started doing pilates and all of the guards were like. What are you lean. And it's just how people in prison find ways of surviving through as you say laughter joy art. You also talk about like pranking. The guards but i'm wondering if you can talk a little bit about that part of one dynamo..
In The Thick
"14 years" Discussed on In The Thick
"Talking about twenty years. After the fact and no trials no resolution still sort of limbo and yet it continues to exist at a cost of millions of dollars every year. Four thirty nine people. I mean it is totally ineffective in terms of delivering. Any kind of justice. I mean that is basically what monsoon sane that end its essence. Guantanamo has been completely ineffective and basically has no real reason to exist except to suck our tax dollars right So once you're this is kind of extraordinary that you were able to know. I mean you were detained again for fourteen years without a charge. that's a horror unto itself. You realize that barack obama is elected the first black president and there's some sense that maybe he was going to close it but in fact brock obama does not close guantanamo. And you yourself. Months were experienced. What happens when you have these loopholes and the laws. Put there by the us government. So you're essentially. I'm sorry to say like this month's were but please forgive me. You were essentially fucked and fucked over more than once by the us government. And i'm just wondering. How do you kind of process that. And how do you feel now about the united states okay. First of all as you said was chosen outside the law intentionally and deliberately so those prisoners who ended up there. They wouldn't have any right. Neither do you a small could be a law or whatever. They call us detainees because they said geneva conventions doesn't apply in. Guantanamo detainees not prisoners. I secondly want to know basically. It's a black hole. Block site within a military base in guantanamo. Simple as that. And just a small introduction who were guantanamo around as you say a hundred men fifty off these over twenty language spoken. You know all kinds of were gwen tonight. We have teachers students scholars into news doctors mafia bosses. Cia ex agent all kind of people according to the aclu. That eighty six percent of the guantanamo either sold for bounty or where mistaken identity. This is gwen. Even many officers even bush administration and understand they knew even dallas himself said. The majority of guantanamo unions were innocent rumsfeld. You're saying that donald himself said that. Oh basically the people we're holding at at one time a we know them they're just kind of farmers or yeah you know as you said librarians doctors and we kind of we..
In The Thick
"14 years" Discussed on In The Thick
"So the first time. The first play london visit henry lap but they like someone really violently grabbed me and like they didn't even allow us to walk our dragged another plan and took off again. God beasts so basically dragged back and forth dragged back and forth drag back and forth. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah species those Marion suspicious soldiers. Who can handle the transfer marines. Let's be clear again marines. Okay this is what the marines are doing to human beings not even allowing mansour to walk for himself constantly dragging him. Yeah because some of those who have signs like me. They are classified as high risk. So i talked to guys like. I tried to talk drought-like discreet. I get the hidden by face because the desktop really was really tight so then second time the beast planet i felt like this but again took so we thought there were taken us around the world ashley. It was crazy. It was guys so crazy and painful. Wow you know what it sounds like. It sounds like somebody was making a lot of money off of flying. You guys all around the world. You'd like leaving new eating no drinking and people who wronged me. They also slipped on me because they couldn't handle it. my left. my right eye would become their pillow so it was imagine just sitting like that and this was all before you got to one time. No no yes yes. Yes before so. We landed a used that the airplane just dropping the ocean because it just so much too much too much too much. Wow no and i think this is what you know. Obviously this story. This happened reason why we wanted to obviously talk to you. Because of the book but also the twenty th anniversary of nine eleven and we're looking at the impacts on in the thick and we actually have another show next week on tuesday where mighty and art say talk about the media coverage but we want to focus on one ton amo- here and this is why we have you yet because guantanamo was a direct result of nine eleven and this was a prison and i do think it's something that people in the united states don't understand what has gone on for the last twenty years right maria. I mean. this is the part that i'm struggling with just hearing once story..
In The Thick
"14 years" Discussed on In The Thick
"We consider everything so it's was close to the airport. So when the beasts slammed the first time when they took the first group they still around twenty or thirty of the brothers then ever come back and we all wondered what would have been they give us in some kind of blue close to where then the second time when it landed. We were like waiting. Who's going to be taking. This time dislike weeden aware. What would have been to us and it just a non and nobody wants to trust anything so it was a lot of fear because none of us knew each other so when they came to me that they can call me. Mike in the tent a detainees of four. Four one like mask soldiers. Dog shakeout Chains and they have some kind of also rivals so they asked me on. Your news said what. I said on the ground when they can just jump on me and put me shock shackles and literally. They dragged me and beat me all the way to the tent. At the time they liked the process station. We was tied to the pool standing. And they start getting my clothes. Shaping voting some polders beating the sliding dixon photos was a kind of relation that lasts for like one hour. My god then. I was dragged naked on the room. Then they started rubbing guinea with the orange jumpsuit with everything. Because you know the orange jumpsuit socks shoes. The air muffins the hurt then they put duct tape in my mouth. They cover my eyes with goggles. Then what some of the likelihood around my neck there was a sign Beat each big letters should and a number on my back four for one now totally cannot see cannot hear billy breathes echina- talk. I waited for a few hours. Then we heard something really loud nine. It's time to start throwing than i was dragged into the beast's again tied and check out the chain to the beasts and a floor to guantanamo..
In The Thick
"14 years" Discussed on In The Thick
"The case is facing the political reality that wasn't steak along those responsible for opening it and have to work in with history. What's up welcome to in the thick. This is a podcast about politics. Race and culture from a poc perspective. I may or and. I'm who i am really excited to welcome our guest today. He's joining us from belgrade. Serbia his name is munster a day. He's a former guantanamo detainee. He's an author of a new book. It's called don't forget us here. Lost and found at guantanamo menteur. Thank you so much for surviving animal and for making it out and for speaking with us and for writing your book. Thank you so much. Yeah thank you.
"14 years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"We're going to get we're also gonna now we're just gonna get a bunch of of bodycam footage leaked. You know. it's going to be the perfect source of all the next two. Yeah that's that's the thing. That so like i agree with a lot of this but it's apple is incredibly logical company. They don't do a lot of really weird things and any of us who've been covering apple for awhile can probably tell you with a fair amount of accuracy. There's going to be another iphone. There's going to be another macbook. This is probably the usual increase. Just based on pattern analysis over the last ten years. We can give fairly accurate predictions about what apple is going to do next across a wide swath of products. We don't really need leaks for that kind of stuff so to me. This really is just like tv. Show or movie spoilers. Some people hate him. You're gonna look at them. Some people wanna know instantly the every bit of news and there are people who really get off on giving people than us first because it gives them fame attention and inside companies because they know it was them outside companies because they get all the hits or the or the views. That's just a culture. It's always gonna wanna be fed. So i totally agree with andy but all the journalists like you have an absolute right to do all of that but the culture is endlessly fascinating to me. But i don't think it's critical for us to do our jobs in terms of informing consumers about buying decisions. We could not get a single week again and we all do that. Gabrieli really well. I think absolutely. But that's the the only point i'm making is that that is an individual journalists and i will use a wide x y definition of journalists. Even if you're someone who is just a posting on labor or whatever versus someone who's working for the wall street journal. That's that's our choice to make. That's not apples choice to make i. I'm with you. I'm very very i have i have. It's been awhile since. I've been offered a really really juicy tidbit about like an upcoming like a key apple product. I mean years but even back then even ten years ago. It's just not interesting to me. It's like okay so great. So now you have what you claim to be a render eight ten months in advance of someone that something that could easily change at anytime that doesn't affect anyone's life doesn't even really affect the product. I mean it's not if it's working conditions inside factories. Great no definitely. That's that's something that's actually important but this is just an in a way. I think that stoking the fires with these rumors is kind of doing apples apple. Pr apples apples marketing division. Their job four throwing 'cause we're getting people to think. Oh well let's. Let's get people excited about the iphone. Thirteen by speculating. That it's going to be perfectly round phone and you'll be able to. You'll be able to when whenever whenever the battery gets low. It smells like an english muffin with get people really excited about. That's not a bad idea though. I like it right. Bef- right before the battery ignites with someone warning warning. Let's take a little break. Your picks of the week coming up. Next andy and rene showed a brought to quite literally by cachefly cash. Laser content delivery network are cdn. They've been innovating content delivery since one thousand nine hundred nine. We've been using them since before. Twenty ten we early on in the days of the podcasts. We really had trouble getting the podcast to you. Downloading them from a website We actually tried bittorrent for a while and then levine from Cash call said we can help. Let's let's solve this and ever since we've been so happy never had a problem Thanks to cash like getting. Are podcasts out to you. The timely fashion. That's for a lot of reasons. Cachefly is all over the world fifty points of presence in every continent well not antarctica but everywhere else so it means you're getting it our content from a server close to you that global delivery is one of the things i love cachefly about their.
"14 years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"There. We go here that choppy. I was getting that at home too. So it's probably these are running on apparently xbox blades in the in microsoft's that works centers. But you're going to want to play the game like this. The musical drive you crazy alone. Birthing pains yeah it. May it may merely be that. There's so much interest in this now that you can do it on an ipad. I mean what. A great way to make an ipad gaming machine or a mac to by the way it will work on safari still so salty. That apple won't just allow it and it's not is like so shortsighted like not allowing netflix. On ten ten years ago just like no net flicks. You have to put every one of your tv shows and movies inside the stores. We can individually rate them. This just absurd press. The place bothers me. I wanna i wanna play all this map. I'm i'm totally with you. It's like i kind of feel sorry for a person who has to be a spokesperson and make that statement and pretend like it makes any sense whatsoever Please don't ask a follow up on how this is protecting our users. How is this protecting our users. Okay i quit. Be such a value. Add to because apple's gaming story is at best incomplete at the moment and having all of these streaming services would be such a boon to gamers anytime especially especially with the with the with the ipad. Line they've got they've got thousand dollar tablets that are trying to compete with superb thousand to two thousand dollars same price windows tablets and if you can just simply say the things remove reasons for people to say I really want the ipad. But gosh it doesn't do gaming. Or gosh i can't run i i. I can't run this window app in this in this virtual is shell. I can't do this simple things that are like doesn't hurt you at all. Apple doesn't protect the consumers that doesn't protect your market. You're you basically just have this rule and you have some yours yours because you are a huge huge company you a unavoidably you have people who joined the company to enforce rules that they didn't create and they're not doing their job if they don't enforce this rule and that's why they're doing this because they're not saying you're right. This is silly. We're going to change this rules like no. My job is to say. No the stuttering we're seen by the way is not us it's Yeah yeah it. There is an onscreen control. A lot of the game they do offer some games in the x club subscription with touch controls. But i have to say this is playable right now. The way it's It's it's every second is pausing or something. I don't i don't know if i can make this better. Maybe it works. Better on the mac It is currently a good time to try because it's one bucks a month for the first three months But then it'll cost you Whatever xbox.
"14 years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Dot com slash active armor for more information colorful bands. Rene are you getting one of these new international collection bank order. Two of them immediately did you. Is there one for canada. Yes so here's australia africa. These are the colors. Oh and you got south africa. Australia belgium brazil canada. That's nice and white. That's pretty actually. Is that the one you ordered. Yeah china is red and yellow. Denmark is red and white also but to distinguish watch faces the same as canada. I think no. The bands are slightly different size of that. Yes abstract abstract and very large. Like the australian i think they. They went after like sports because australia as orange and green and the new zealand. All black. yeah which makes a lot of sense if you know what rugby or soccer. I like the great britain. One one half of the ban blew half is red. You've got the colors of the union. Jack that's actually kind of nice that looks muslim powers might wear you got to share them with america though because yeah the same color of greece. We have the same colors. A lot of people. Italy jamaica. Look at jamaica. That looks good. I like it. Japan mexico netherlands mice an orange new zealand all black of course for the all blacks russia south africa. That's nice jonah. Lomu yeah i like that. It's got lots of colors very colorful shaush band. What's what's shush shush in south africa anthem. Not the main one but the one that everybody's things at the one. that's yeah. Yeah we have that to sweden spain south korea so support your national colors. There's no america. Where's my red white and blue badges. It's right next to the. I think you it with the uk. That i go by it too fast. I won't america of france. Red white and blue is france. I maybe they have a special window for the american band there. It is Da da da da da. That's nice. that's nice red white and blue on the both abandoned. The watch.
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"14 years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"I'm Daniel Vargas, The 14 year old girl who got into a shootout with Volusia County deputies has reportedly entering a not guilty plea. You may remember us telling you earlier this month that the girl in a 12 year old boy ran away from a foster home. Broke into a house where they found multiple guns and ammo. 12 year old will remain in juvenile court while the girl we charged as an adult in the case. So quick question. Have you ever been to the pirate's dinner adventure in Orlando? Yes, I have. Actually, a couple years ago, I went with my wife and my family. Oh, really? What do you think I really enjoyed it. The food was actually really good. It was a fun show They put on the one on I drive, right? Yeah, That's right. Well, now it's getting an adults. Only Vegas style treatment added to the phrase so apparently the the new T Tatreau martini show that they're calling. It is nearly two hours long. It will be for only for the grownups. Which will include dance numbers based on cult movies like Risky Business and The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and The show is being held Wednesday through Sunday at seven. Online tickets are 50 bucks. If you only want to drink and then 70 for those three course meals like you just mentioned earlier. It sounds kind of interesting. I still by the way, I've never understood the attraction of the Rocky Horror picture Show I've never gotten, and it's one of those weird things. It's one of my my wife's favorite kinda Halloween movie things. But people do seem to enjoy it. But I'm looking forward to that. I'm gonna have to check out the pirate's dinner adventure in Ireland. We should all go as the show that would be great. Yeah, the or doing it live from the from that venue. Be like we're doing. Orlando's Evening news live from the Pirate's dinner adventure in Orlando. That's right. A couple of drinks too. I enjoy good stuff, Dan at 6 22. Right here on Wdbo weather and traffic every six minutes for your evening drive home. Let's get to that five day forecast. It's brought to you by protect air conditioning and plumbing services. Here's our meteorologist Tom Terry. More active thunderstorms all across the listening area. We have a trough of low pressure across north Florida. We've had the sea breeze coming in from the West Coast. It has been as we know a wet slog for this week. So far, we're going to continue with rain likely again through around 10 or 11 o'clock tonight, moving toward the East Coast, But rain will take several hours prior closer to midnight to finally wind down tomorrow. Still rain likely high approaching 90 degrees. We will continue to see the winds change a little bit out of the east and that's going to bring the sea breeze through a little bit faster. But still 60% rain chance Thursday at least a 40 to 50% rain chance for Friday and Saturday. The good news is that it looks like temperatures will only get into the upper eighties a bit cooler but still a chance for scattered storms through the next five days. The extent of five day forecast four times an hour. I'm Todd Terry, checking out that wdbo Interactive weather radar. Some heavy rain headed, of course by Orlando International Airport in off east of that it is 74 degrees in Orlando. Severe weather station. We are in a red alert. Safe touch Security, Triple team traffic. Jackie O Brien, Where is the issue? Well, we've got two on the turnpike southbound one of the ramp from my four in the left lane and also passed I for two left lanes closed. So slow down through there. You're gonna hit delays both directions on the turnpike through their bad weather. Make sure the lights are on 4 17 south out of curry. Ford still have the left lane closed. That was a rollover eastbound delays on I four champions Gate 1 92 past 5 35 Universal to the turnpike at John Young, Partly 4 34 past the rest. 4 17 across the bridge. Westbound side heavy 46, a past like Mary Fairbanks to Colonial at the Turnpike Universal, the 5 35 Osceola Parkway past the 4 29. This report is sponsored by Geno Minds, Mental health map and mental health map dot com. Get personalized genetic insights to help you understand and maintain.
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"So far is a 14 year old. The driver of the SUV and the occupants of the SUV were uninjured. The L. A P D traffic unit it's investigating. Local judges agreed to lower the bond for a DJ accused of murder. 27 year old Ronnie O'Bannon, also known as Luci allegedly killed Kazmir, a Nash at Biebs Restaurant and Lounge the night before the Kentucky Derby on May 1st. Bannon is part of Louisville rapper Jack Harlow is group. O'Bannon and his lawyer asked for his bond to be lowered, claiming he'd been attacked by the victim, twice leading up to the shooting and was not a flight risk. A judge has since granted that request, lowering O'Bannon's bond to $50,000 plus home incarceration. Healy. Hanson News Radio Wait 40 wh Yes, we had from Louisville to the nation's capital, where the House has voted to create a bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. Already five Republicans breaking ranks to side with Democrats against the wishes of party leaders. Baby sees like a jockey has more. The proposal now heads to the Senate, where minority leader Mitch McConnell, who previously said he was open to the idea is now changing his tune after former President Trump called the commissioner traps that by Democrats, House Democrats have handled this proposal and partisan bath, bad faith. Going right back to the beginning. Democrats released what they say is a letter from dozens of Capitol police officers writing there's profound disappointment and Republicans who are expressing no need for a January 6th commission. We had from the nation's capital of Florida. That state could be the next to offer. Legal sports betting. ABC is Tony Marino is in Orlando with more. The Florida House Wednesday voted 97 17 in favor of a 30 year gambling deal made between Governor Rhonda Santas and the Seminole Tribe, which currently operates several major casinos in the state. The Florida Senate had already approved the measure. Representative Randy Find, Think about what could happen in your district's with $1.5 million because that is what The Seminoles are promising Right now. The deal is estimated to bring in at least $500 million a year in new revenue. First, the feds have to sign off on it, and it's likely to face several court challenges. Tony Marino, ABC News, Orlando, Florida and another fast food chain has entered the chicken sandwich war. It's Burger King. They released their new crispy chicken sandwich nationwide. The new menu item.
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