35 Burst results for "15 Years"

Rep. Andy Biggs on the Fight to Stop Teaching Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 3 d ago

Rep. Andy Biggs on the Fight to Stop Teaching Critical Race Theory

"Left with the critical race theory. I'm happy to see that this is generated kind of tea party part you know, part do this is I haven't seen such energy in the Republican Party to fight such an evil, pernicious doctor doctrine. I haven't seen it since the tea party congressman. It's because Americans aren't stupid. They don't want their kids being taught to be racist. They want their kids to judge people by who they are in their character, not the content of the skin. Are you seeing a similar effort? Up on the hill, a solidified Republican party saying Nope. We're not doing that. Yes, I am. I mean, there's probably a dozen or more pieces of legislation from Republicans. There's probably 20 letters to the administration and officials trying To make clear that they're walking off the plank. And I think what you're getting is some of the moderate Democrats are responding that and they see they feel the pressure. They feel the pressure from the base of America, which is center right? Who loved the country who think we are a great country and where we have flaws. We can correct them and become an even better country. That's what we see. And it's powerful and it is burst on the scene. Some of us have been watching that for 15 years or more. But it burst on the scene because Covid forced it out into the open with these school closures in the home school enemies, these teachers unions So so yes, then It's powerful, even in Washington, D C.

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Rent for Single-Family Homes on the Rise

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:22 sec | 4 d ago

Rent for Single-Family Homes on the Rise

"Know we saw during the pandemic. A lot of people moved from apartment buildings to single family homes so they could spread out a little bit while they were working from home that spurred demand and the rent for single family homes nationwide is up almost 8%. From April of 2022 April of this year, overall rent for all types of homes went up 5.3%, the largest gain in nearly 15 years.

Rents for single-family homes just saw the largest gains in nearly 15 years

C-SPAN Programming

00:13 sec | 4 d ago

Rents for single-family homes just saw the largest gains in nearly 15 years

"Single family homes saw the largest gain in nearly 15 years up by more than 5% of the last 12 months. And if you're renting, you're seeing an increase between 2.5 to 4%. Finally Mackensie Scott, the

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Rep. Byron Donalds on the Harms of Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 6 d ago

Rep. Byron Donalds on the Harms of Critical Race Theory

"Children were at home. And parents had an opportunity to really see what was happening in the classroom. You know, there's it's been probably about 10, maybe 15 years now that the public school system basically has done away with homework, kids don't bring homework home anymore. They don't bring the textbooks home, so your kid comes home and you're kind of like How was school? It was good, and then they go on to play. Um and you never really get any other detailed information will now kids are at home and welcome. Parents were able to see this. And when you can see it, you start to see some of the things that are coming out in curriculum that are coming out in classes. Obviously, we have the standards of kids now recording it and then showing that in social media and so now has come to the floor, But you're right about critical race theory. It's been around for a very long time. It's actually was really comes from critical theory. And all critical theory was And is it was trying to figure out understanding the framework of this country at that time from an economic perspective, What is the way that you can actually in in introduced cultural, Marxism or ideological Marxism to trying to shift the political ideology of the country and really doing academic analysis of economics and with critical race areas, an academic analysis Of race in America through law through court decisions and through economics. That's really what the genesis of critical race. There he is, Um you know, the sad part is that is that you know if you want to have an academic theory, do that in the in the do that in the halls of higher, Ed, Don't do that in K 12 classrooms you want to go through and really think that stuff through let adults think that through have the opportunity to sit down digest history. Go into the necessary levels of detail. In order to have a real thorough discussion, Understanding don't distill it down into the oppressor oppressed. Models and mindset and drop that into K told classrooms or into our military. That is the problem. That's why it's really going up to what it is today.

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Lobster Diver Survives After Nearly Being Eaten by Humpback Whale

The Mike O Radio

01:31 min | Last week

Lobster Diver Survives After Nearly Being Eaten by Humpback Whale

"On the high seas, And this one is a whale of a tale. His name's not Jonah. But this Cape Cod Mansour has something in common with the biblical figure now Commercial lobster diver Michael Packard was going about his business off the coast of Provincetown, Massachusetts, when he was swallowed whole by a humpback whale trapped in its gullet for nearly a minute before being coughed back up. Packard 56 was was about 35 ft. Below the surface near Herring Cove Beach at eight A.m. yesterday when the massive mantle mammal tried to tournament to breakfast, quote. All of a sudden I felt this huge shove and the next thing I knew I was it was completely black. I could since I was moving, and I could feel the whale squeezing with the muscles in his mouth. Stunned. His first thought was that he'd been snapped up by a great white shark and was done for Packard set. Yeah, Packard said he thought to himself. This is it. I'm going to die. Uh, quote. I was completely inside. It was completely black. I thought to myself, there's no way I'm getting out of here. I'm done. I'm dead. All I could think of was my boys. They're 12 and 15 years old, but when he realized he could feel no teeth He began struggling and felt the whale shaking his head and discomfort within 40 seconds. The massive mammal spit him back out into the ocean. I saw light and he started throwing his head side to side and the next thing I knew I was outside back in the water. My first thought was. I can't believe I got the situation and my second was how injured I might have been his boating, Powell salt water spraying As a sea creature surfaced and salt Packard ejected, He plucked him out of the sea and rushing to the hospital, where he was treated for soft tissue damage to his

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EcoHealth Alliance's Peter Daszak Linked to Dual Research Creating Potential Bioweapons

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | Last week

EcoHealth Alliance's Peter Daszak Linked to Dual Research Creating Potential Bioweapons

"We covered on Friday, but we have to recover again. What if I told you that entities within the United States government responsible for developing intelligence seems ironic at this point, some of them That they were taking advice and were being briefed by people who had what appears to be a vested interest in making the potential lab leak potential bioweapon theory go away. Wouldn't that sound like a conflict of interest conflict of interest? From the New York Post piece. Looks like the National Academy of Sciences had a meeting in February of 2020. Right around the same time the Chinese appear to be developing a vaccine for the coronavirus. They claim they didn't know anything about. Hey, it came from a pangolin. We were just doing research there. In this meeting. The detainee was there. The FBI Along with our in our H and HHS. Who was invited to brief them. Our intelligence community as they're trying to find out the origins of this Eco Health Alliance President Peter Dash AC who has worked with that woman, Chinese virologist Zhang Lei for more than 15 years. Eco health has funded projects at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which with cash from the U. S government agencies. So just to be clear. We have a guy Peter Dash Act with this eco health alliance who we already know the ego Health Alliance been giving money to this Wuhan Institute that we believe now may have been involved in dual research, creating potential bio weapons to wipe us out and our intelligence community is getting briefings from one of the guys involved with this eco health alliance that sounds like that's a

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Man Wounds 3 and Kills Girlfriend, Teen, and Himself in Miami

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | Last week

Man Wounds 3 and Kills Girlfriend, Teen, and Himself in Miami

"A woman in a 15 year old have been shot dead. Three other young people wounded this morning by the woman's boyfriend at an apartment complex south of Miami. The man then killed himself outside the apartment as police tried to negotiate with him. Protesters

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Bargain hunters pounce as Trump condo prices hit decade lows

AP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bargain hunters pounce as Trump condo prices hit decade lows

"Bargain hunters are scooping up units in Trump buildings as hostility toward Donald Trump combines with the pandemic to push prices for condos in hotel rooms, two decade lows. An AP review of transactions over the past 15 years and 11 Trump branded buildings in Chicago, Honolulu, Las Vegas and New York. Found prices for some condos and hotel rooms available to buy have dropped by one third or

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In a Sizzling US Market, Demand and Prices for Homes Soar

Broncos Country Tonight

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

In a Sizzling US Market, Demand and Prices for Homes Soar

"Speed. The national average jumped in and analyzed 13.2% in March, the latest full month of data from SNP Corelogic Case Schiller It's the biggest and analyzed increasing more than 15 years, and it beats February's 12% rate. But selling it those high prices is getting tougher. Sales of newly built homes fell almost 6% in April. Existing home sales dropped almost 3% that month, but demand is still high and supply low, so economists expect prices to keep rising. Especially as long as interest rates also stay low. PHOENIX prices are going up the fastest at 20% safe.

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Judge Allows Olivia Moultrie, 15, to Sign With NWSL Team

Mark Mason

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge Allows Olivia Moultrie, 15, to Sign With NWSL Team

"Judges judges imposing imposing a temporary a temporary restraining restraining order that will order give that a will give soccer a soccer prodigy prodigy from Wilsonville from Wilsonville the chance the to chance play to for play for a professional a professional team. team. The National The Women's National Soccer Women's Soccer League had League a rule had that a rule players that players had to be at had least to be 18 at least years 18 old years to enter old to the enter league. the league. However, the However, judge the found judge the found age the restriction age restriction violates violates federal federal antitrust antitrust law and law would and cause would irreparable cause irreparable harm. harm. The order The will order allow will 15 allow 15 year old year Olivia old Olivia Moultrie Moultrie to be offered to be offered a contract a contract Moultrie Moultrie practices practices for the Portland for the Portland thorns. thorns. The order The is order good is for good for only only 14 14 days. days.

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Judge Allows Olivia Moultrie, 15, to Sign With NWSL Team

Mark Mason

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge Allows Olivia Moultrie, 15, to Sign With NWSL Team

"Judges judges imposing imposing a temporary a temporary restraining restraining order that will order give that a will give soccer a soccer prodigy prodigy from Wilsonville from Wilsonville the chance the to chance play to for play for a professional a professional team. team. The National The Women's National Soccer Women's Soccer League had League a rule had that a rule players that players had to be at had least to be 18 at least years 18 old years to enter old to the enter league. the league. However, the However, judge the found judge the found age the restriction age restriction violates violates federal federal antitrust antitrust law and law would and cause would irreparable cause irreparable harm. harm. The order The will order allow will 15 allow 15 year old year Olivia old Olivia Moultrie Moultrie to be offered to be offered a contract a contract Moultrie Moultrie practices practices for the Portland for the Portland thorns. thorns. The order The is order good is for good for only only 14 14 days. days.

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Blinken Heads to Middle East to Build on Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire

The World

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Blinken Heads to Middle East to Build on Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire

"The Middle East. President Biden asked him to go, but only after a ceasefire was in place, ending the latest military conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. Secretary, Blinken has been cautious about jumping into Middle East diplomacy. He started quietly with phone calls while he was on a trip to the Arctic. Plans for a visit came together only after Israel and Hamas agreed to stop fighting. And White House press secretary Jen Psaki is making clear that Blinken has narrow goals for this trip to Israel, the West Bank, Egypt and Jordan, ensuring that we're creating conditions with our partners in the region. For a sustained ceasefire and also discussing the path toward on rebuilding Gaza. Something that there's a great deal of interest in support and the international community on and they're great needs on the ground. This was the fourth military conflict like this between Israel and Hamas since Hamas took control of the Gaza Strip about 15 years ago. This last episode has taken Gaza back several years. That's Elizabeth Campbell, who runs the Washington office for UNWRA, U. N agency that runs clinics and schools for Palestinian Of the 66 Children that were killed. 19 of them went to our schools. This is very traumatic for the families for the teachers for the fellow students on DIT is increasingly difficult to keep rebuilding. During the last outbreak of violence in 2014, then Secretary of State John Kerry rushed to Egypt hoping to do some shuttle diplomacy. He stayed in Cairo all week, with little to show as both sides made demands of him and airstrikes and rocket fire continued. This secretary was far more hesitant, says Harland al Gindi Ah, former adviser to Palestinian negotiators. Risk averse is probably an understatement. Secretary Blinken says Israel has the right to defend itself against rocket fire from Gaza. But he also says he wants to make sure Israelis and Palestinians have equal measures of security, peace and dignity. El Guindi says. All those things are lacking for Palestinians that just seems so detached from where

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Rapper T.I., Wife Tiny Under Investigation in Los Angeles for Alleged Sexual Assault, Drugging

Pat Walsh

00:15 sec | Last month

Rapper T.I., Wife Tiny Under Investigation in Los Angeles for Alleged Sexual Assault, Drugging

"The Los Angeles Police Department is launching an investigation into rapper T on his wife, tiny former sexual assault allegations, Attorney Tyrone Blackburn says He represents 11 victims who say the sex crimes date back 15 years and happened in California and Georgia

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Many American Parents Are Hesitant to Vaccinate Their Children

BBC Newsday

02:10 min | Last month

Many American Parents Are Hesitant to Vaccinate Their Children

"As young as 12 and now eligible for the fires of biotech vaccine in the United States. But many Americans are hesitant, especially when it comes to vaccinating their kids. The BBC's Reagan Morris talks with parents in California about why they will or won't be vaccinating their Children. They're chanting against Corona virus vaccines. Hundreds of people in Orange County, California, We're protesting a local government plan to create digital vaccine passports. They don't want vaccines mandated to them. Or their Children My kids have. They've had their share of vaccinations. But there was vaccinations are they've been around for a long time. This one is experimental because I had cove it. I mean, I do have friends that died from it. I'm sorry, but here's the thing they weren't getting treated. Clinical Studies of 12 to 15 year olds have shown that the Pfizer vaccine was 100% effective in preventing cove. It That was a study of 1100 Children in the placebo group of the same size 16 Children contracted the virus. Many of the people I've met in this protest survived covert with mild or no symptoms. They resent the lockdowns, close schools and playgrounds and they feel their post viral antibodies are enough to protect them naturally lives in Los Angeles and has four Children. We've all had covert. No. Definitely will not put that experiment in any of our bodies. Unfortunately, I have my dad did it and my sister did it because they lived in Israel in Israel is not allowing anyone to go in any of establishments without It's called the green eyed. It's basically what they're trying to do here. They were forced into it. They don't want to. That's the problem is all this is being forced Tiffany picket in her five Children have all also had covered They don't know how long the antibodies last there. Would you consider getting the vaccine for yourselves or your Children? I want to give it at least another year to see what happens when another Corona virus comes out, and we're able to see how wild strain reacts to those who have been vaccinated.

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FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15 Years

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:55 sec | Last month

FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15 Years

"Week in the race to vaccinate is the FDA authorizes the Fizer vaccine for kids 12 to 15. Mozambique, ONI says the CDC is advisory committee meets tomorrow to make specific recommendations. After that. Medical experts from the Western states Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada will meet to do a separate review the data. If all of these groups give the thumbs up, providers could be approved to start administration what's widely sometime on Thursday. It's a big deal for those of us who work with kids. I know most pediatricians are very excited about being able to vaccinate Children, the American Academy of Pediatrics says. Been looking forward to this guy at Seattle Children's Hospital when they're planning on administering shots. Two kids 12 to 15. They say they're waiting on final guidance from the Department of Health. Also, CVS Pharmacy says they are ready to vaccinate kids 12 to 15 with the Pfizer vaccine once they get that CDC recommendation.

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EPA Proposes Rules to Curb Air Conditioner Emissions

The Ben & Skin Show

00:18 sec | Last month

EPA Proposes Rules to Curb Air Conditioner Emissions

"A much smaller proposal. The Environmental Protection Agency today proposing a rule to slash the use of a potent greenhouse gas commonly used in refrigerators and air conditioners by 85% over the next 15 years, the agency says curbing the use of hydrofluorocarbons would avoid the equivalent of 900 million tons of CEO

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February Home Prices See the Biggest Gain in 15 Years

Dennis Prager

00:14 sec | Last month

February Home Prices See the Biggest Gain in 15 Years

"U. S home prices that was in February and fastest pace in nearly seven years. The February SMP Corelogic Case Shiller 20 City Home Price Index, rose 11.9% from a year earlier. The biggest gain since March.

Columbus Police Shoot and Kill Black, Teenage Girl

BBC World Service

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Columbus Police Shoot and Kill Black, Teenage Girl

"Ohio, says Monday was a tragic day for his city family screaming tonight. This young 15 year old girl. Never becoming home thing on black girl was shot by police around the time the verdict was being announced in the trial over the killing of George Floyd. Police have released body can put it to the shooting in which she appears to be attempting to stab two people with a knife. Lisa. The girl was pronounced dead at a hospital. Ah

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"15 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

06:20 min | 5 months ago

"15 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"The deeper questions you're asking okay. We're back to genesis now when we were last here before we dropped in on job. A man named abram had just been born through the bloodline of ataman noah the end. Noah's son shim. According to the timeline janus marks out. Abram was born almost two thousand years after adam but only about three hundred years after the flood and just like adam and noah before him god continues his unique relationship with this family. Through abram in twelve. Three god tells abram that he's going to bless him so that he may be a blessing. That blessing doesn't terminate on abram it's ultimately about way more than him about how the messiah will be born through his bloodline someday through this family. Which is a blessing to all the families of the earth. But this is way over. Abrams head at this point. Initially god just promises to bless him with land and possessions but there's one problem the land god promises him is currently inhabited by the canaanites. We talked about him on day. Three they were the people that were generally regarded as enemies of god. There was a famine in the land at the time. So abram and his wife sarah moved to a different place clipped and abrahams nephew lot goes with them as well as all their servants and animals and possessions. There's some weird stuff happens. Where abram is afraid of the egyptian pharaoh. He thinks he's going to steal sarah and kill him. So abram convinces sarah to pretend to be his sister which she was she was his half sister. They ro did kidnap. Sarah as abram feared and she was basically made to be a part of his hair of wives. God was not okay with that and he had big plans for sarah so he brought the truth to light via some classic plagues in order to get sarah. I released mind you. She was about sixty five years old at this point so she must have been a stunner. I'm guessing she was like michelle pfeiffer of her day after they left egypt egypt which is desert region. God bless them with so much and they had so much stuff that it wouldn't all fit in the desert though to be fair. I guess there would be stiff competition for the tiny patches of grass to feed their livestock. Whatever so they decided to split ways. And abram leaves the first choice of land up to his nephew lot wasted zero time in picking the land that looked to be the most beautiful and fruitful but bad news was it was near all the wicked people. He set up camp near the dead sea. You might even have some salt or some lotion from his old neighborhood. But then a war broke out. Not long after lot moved there. And he and his people got taken as captives. When abram his uncle found out e and the three hundred and eighteen warriors who lived in his house big house by the way chased after lots kidnappers for about one hundred and sixty miles until they caught up with him and got him and his people back in fourteen eighteen. We read something important. That may not have seemed important. It says melchizedek king of salem brought out bread and wine. He was priest of god. Most high we don't have time to dig too deep into this. So i'm gonna put a link in the show notes with more info and if you don't know how to find the show notes on your particular podcast app. Try googling the name of the app you're using along with the words show notes. But i want to point out that his name means king of righteousness and he was the king of salem which means peace the king of peace and righteousness and he brought out bread and wine sound familiar and he was a king and a priest to roles that are rarely combined. So what we have here in milk. His dick is a picture of jesus an archetype. A model we'll see this guy a few more times as we read through the bible together so just remember that name malcolm in chapter fifteen. God makes abramov. Promise that he's going to have a son. This is awesome. Unless you're elliot's are of damascus. Who was the original air of abrahams massive fortune but ellias hope was in the fact that both abraham and sarah were super old and it did not seem possible for them to have a child. But that's what god said. And we see fifteen six. That abram believed god despite his age we also see that abrahams belief in god's word counted as righteousness about his actions. Not a sacrifices is belief this is consistent with what the rest of scripture teaches us as well even in the old testament they eighth. In god's word was what connected people. God not obedience to the law for more on that. Check out hebrews eleven. What happens next. Between abram and god is pretty peculiar on the surface but it has some really beautiful rich meaning if you dig a little deeper into it. Even though abraham believed god he basically asked god for confirmation. So god told abraham to do all weird things cutting animals in half and whatnot. Then a deep sleep falls on abram which reminds me of the deep sleep that came atom into twenty one when god was bringing them into a new season too. That was when god made eve. But here god shows up on the scene. Not to miraculously hand abram the promised child but to make a covenant with him and this is where my god shot comes in this really weird scene of passing between the cut-up animals was an ancient covenant making practice between a king and a servant. I don't have time to cover. How beautiful this is. So if you want more info on this check out the link in our show notes but here's the short version. Typically the servant would walk between the cut up animals as a way of saying. I take the curse of this cabinet. That i will be cut in half like these animals if i don't fulfill my part of the covenant so for god to show up in the form of fire which is typical of the presence of god in the old testament and passed between those cut up pieces here is unheard of. He's a promise maker and he's where the joy is as we moved to scripture. You'll see several names of god referenced. And as we keep looking for him and for our god shot as we read his word each day we thought it might be coupled to give you a more comprehensive guide to the names and attributes of guy so we built out a pdf for you that not only lists the names attributes of god but also the scripture references where you'll find them we'd love to share that resource with the if you want to get this free. Pdf all you have to do is go to the bible recap dot com forward slash names and submit your email address. That's the bible. Recap dot com forward slash. Names the bible recap is brought to you by du discipleship and bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week..

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"15 years" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"15 years" Discussed on 1A

"Now with Cologne virus. The history is happening and to comment to say that the government has failed at this point. It is premature because it's still happening. So how ever that said I do feel like this is deja Vu. because. This time because I'm married to a numbers guy and my husband numbers guy both fifteen years ago and and doing Colona virus saw these events coming and told me to pay a fifteen years ago a pack for three weeks. Put me in a great. Great. We're not great but a relatively secure place to what the disaster unfold and then watch the response. Fast forward to now, while everyone else was Mardi Gras, I was costco buying towel paper and medicine. And stocking up so I was in a relatively secure place watching the disaster on fold and then watching the government respond. But again, it's a little bit too soon to judge the government whether it's failed or not. Since it's still going on Wendy brawls still dealing with corona virus. Meanwhile, there are other disasters, natural disaster hitting several parts of the country pretty hard that wildfires in California to hurricanes and the Gulf coast this week. What do you think the trump administration has learned from the pandemic that could help us with disaster preparedness going forward. Nothing? I mean I'm. I my perspective is a little different from sandy surveys. Hundreds of thousands of people who've died preventable deaths. The economic collapse that we're in the throes of the just suffering that is endemic across the country and I just see a horrific failure that you know even if everything magic we started going right from now this would be a period of great shame and terror in the US history and you know the the part that resonates with me from what? Sandy said is that I do think that new Orleanians greet this moment with something with less surprise perhaps than others did there was a instinct in two thousand five to seek train as something that could only happen sort of out in one exceptional exotic city you know sort of on the margins of American Life But now as we go through that dystopia litany that you just offered fire pandemic floods everywhere, Katrina seems much less like an isolated incident horse some exception than you know terrifying to say kind of a harbinger for what twenty-first-century America is. My guests have been any Hurwitz. He's an assistant professor of history at Tulane University and author of Katrina History. Nineteen fifteen to twenty fifteen and Sandy Rosenthal she's the founder. Of Levies Dot. Org In her new book is called whispered in water why the levees broke in Hurricane Katrina thanks to you both. Coming up took awhile. But.

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"15 years" Discussed on 1A

1A

06:25 min | 10 months ago

"15 years" Discussed on 1A

"Be should be made more available and I definitely do discuss that in my book in Andy Yearbook is called Katrina History Nineteen fifteen to twenty fifteen. Why does the history of Hurricane Katrina span this one hundred year period? The reason I started the book in Nineteen fifteen is that there was an enormous hurricane that made landfall. Louisiana. Then it was probably the most powerful hurricane to make landfall in Louisiana until Laura and this it arrived in Nineteen fifteen just as the city had finished construction on what was then a state of the art massive drainage system for two hundred years the city had been in existence until nineteen fifteen people generally lived on the high ground right near the Mississippi River and the rest of the city was basically uninhabitable. When the storm came in Nineteen fifteen, it did cause some flooding, some people died but basically, engineers and city planners believed that the city had passed a defining test the headline in the newspaper. The next day was the record shows that New Orleans is storm proof that it's drainage system works, and so the city began to expand into lower lying areas. If you fast forward to two thousand five and trace the outline of the flood that occurred when those levees collapsed, what's left around that tracing the city as it stood at nine, hundred and fifteen. So it wasn't as many people imagine you know exclusively black New Orleans rather than white New Orleans it wasn't poor New Orleans rather than rich New Orleans. It was twentieth century New Orleans that flooded, and that showed me that to make sense of the Katrina disaster I really had to understand the twentieth century history of New Orleans. When you think of what's happening right now I mean Hurricane Laura is still happening. And after studying Katrina for so long what potential red flags to you see In this moment that could get in the way of recovery. One of the things that Katrina history teaches that the water itself often has a much smaller impact on the long term outcomes for people in the face of a disaster. So even though the flood in two, thousand, five washed over the homes of many white people many wealthy people They disproportionately were able to return to the city while poor people and black people were not today in new. Orleans the population is down from two thousand, five around eight, thousand white people. But around ninety, two, thousand black people, and that is a result of policy decisions made after the flood then of the flood itself. So as I watched Laura I'm. Sure that while we're sort of fixated by the spectacle of the wind and rain and water, we need to be very attendant to the sort of policies that we put in place and who those policies are designed to help and who they will not reach. We'll give us an example of of a specific policy that made it more difficult for the. City's residents to rebuild. Well, a very clear one is the case of public housing in New Orleans. There were several thousand units of public housing that were inhabited in two thousand five. Those people who were almost exclusively black had to evacuate as everybody did after the flood and they were never allowed to come home even though those homes were either damaged. At all or could have been easily rehabbed the city and the federal government the Department of Housing and Urban Development use this as an opportunity to realise a long long standing plan to demolish public housing in New Orleans. So that's an example of people black people who were simply dispossessed of their homes as as part of what is called the Katrina recovery. Well Debra emails. Let's be clear. The people affected by Katrina are still suffering. It's deplorable that these people were treated like they didn't exist by country who claims to care about its people. God help them as Laura Hits them yet again, fifteen years later in any. So many of the inequities that we saw after. Hurricane. Katrina were some of the same inequities. We saw forty years prior after hurricane betsy in nineteen, sixty five. Now we have Hurricane Laura. WHA- what are you watching for you expecting to see some of the same dynamics play out today? I am expecting because contrary to what most people think Levy's not a New Orleans phenomenon sixty, two percent of the American population lives in counties that are protected by levees. That's nearly two thirds of the American population lives by levies and what happened to us could happen to them especially since they were built by people. So yes, I watched this with a lot of concern especially since the. Texas and Coastal Louisiana is our counties protected by levees. If anyone would like to see a map of those counties it, there is a map up on the home homepage of my organization's website levies. Dot Org. So yes, I'm very, very watchful. Going on right now, Ron writes on facebook I was deployed to both Katrina and Rita as a coordinator of hundreds of utility workers, restoring power to the areas the dead animals. Beer burial vaults ships in house displaced by the storm surge with something to remember, I've been deployed to many other storms, floods, tornadoes, etc across the US. But my experience in Cameron parish with Rita was the worst widespread damage I witnessed at thirty five year Disaster Response Career Ron. Thanks for that message sent President George W Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina has been widely criticised. How would you compare his handling of that disaster to the federal government is handling a disaster that affects the whole the whole country of the coronavirus pandemic. Well, that that story is still going on you know that history is happening now certainly. Fifteen years ago. As I watched the the flooding disaster unfold, I was able also to watch the failed response and unequivocally. No there was no contest. It is universally agreed upon that the response to Hurricane Katrina and respond to the flooding was inadequate. It was a failed respond now with Cologne virus. The history is happening and to comment to say that the government has failed at this point. It.

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"15 years" Discussed on 1A

1A

05:06 min | 10 months ago

"15 years" Discussed on 1A

"The climate crisis and there's a certain. Perverse irony to the fact that this storm made landfall at one of the epicenters of the American oil industry they're around Lake Charles, a place that is just full of various kinds of petrochemical refineries. That don't always have a great safety record when it comes to. Protecting the people around them from environmental toxins. So I hope that they make it through this attacked without doing any further damage say did you want to jump in here? I I did want to embellish a bit with Andy, had said What was very disturbing about Hurricane Loa was it sudden change in direction and sudden strengthening within twenty four hours that was very scary and also, but was very much a deja Vu because that is what Hurricane Katrina did fifteen years ago. There was not a single person in this city that has forgotten that we all thought Katrina was going to hit the Florida panhandle two days before it hit and then we all got. Would know all the models have shifted all of them suddenly, and now the storm was heading for New Orleans and I was actually in new. York City and had to fly home board at my house and then get back back out of town. But this sudden strengthening and shifting within twenty four hours very, very frightening. You were living in New Orleans with your husband and your fifteen year old son at the time how were your neighbors responding to the storm? Were they also trying to evacuate? Indeed, the very few people stayed our neighbors we basically, they were elderly and elderly folks can be stubborn. And we them that they needed to leave because they might not be any. Medical help in case the trees were down. But I'm glad you mentioned that because many people stayed in New Orleans to be with their pets at that time. FEMA refused to take pets for evacuation and a lot of people stayed with pets and quite horribly. Perished with their pets. So since then FEMA has changed evacuation rules and now must accommodate families with pets and this is not done for the pet but done for the safety of the families Tracy. wrote on facebook lesson. All disasters are local prepare ahead of time evacuate when advised to but andy evacuation can be complicated for people if they don't have the income to move quickly or they don't necessarily have a place to go explain that a little bit more than how it played out in Katrina. Yeah, you know the the estimate is that something on the order of one hundred, thirty, thousand people remained in New Orleans when Katrina hit in the levees collapsed, and that is roughly the same number of New Orleans who didn't have access to private transportation. So We think, about? People being. Stubborn to leave or having some sort of personal circumstance that prevents them. But it is also the case that being able to get out of town short notice having somewhere to go paying rotel paying for the gas paying for the car. We we think. We don't think often enough about how the government has subsidized a huge evacuation infrastructure for people with cards we've spent all this money to build roads but the public transportation systems are comparatively much weaker and simply failed people in advance. Of Katrina many people unable to leave. We'll. Sandy. Hurricane Katrina meaning the actual storm itself was a natural disaster but the impact of the storm, the flooding, the human suffering was man made and you uncover that in your book whispered words in water tell us about the levees. Yes I'd be happy to do that and I wanted attack on one embellishment to what Andy said about the preparation and actually the evacuation for Hurricane Katrina was the most successful rapid evacuation in the history of the country. However, way too little attention was paid to people without a car. Cards road experience and people Outta town but with real quick. Yes. I'm happy to talk about the levees The reason that I wrote my book is because after Katrina the people of this great city of New Orleans were characterized as irresponsible and a burden on the nation just for the fact that they lived in the city of New Orleans when the levees broke I, felt that it was important to write my book and put it out there that the flooding of New Orleans was caused by mistakes in the levees design and Construction mistakes in the levees that were built by the Army Corps of Engineers and if that were not enough the army corps spent millions fooling the American public and Congress on whose fault the levee breaches belong to and harassed anyone who stood up to them. So I felt that the people of this great city deserved for the real information to be out there in front of the American people and that's where I wrote my book very quickly. was there one moment during your investigation where you realized most of this could have been prevented? Well..

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"15 years" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

02:55 min | 11 months ago

"15 years" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Of the equation right and I think there's a lot of guys you. Yeah. It's not necessarily, but they just want. That's true I've been what they want to last longer. And I know especially when with guys for the first time or second was like. Don't do that because I'm going to. Do What I. What, I, WanNa. Do you know what I mean? What do you mean don't do that and I get. It was having me recently. I was like really like one of those, but he was a kid, and it's a while, but I get it. I'm like if you WANNA. Thanks to I've got to tell you this if you're a man the first time with a woman. There is a heightened sense of anxiety and with a heightened sense of anxiety. There's a higher predisposition to not last as long because you're so turned on and I. Tell us people all the time. I like Oh. Yeah, I've never been married, so I've never been in any more than a four or five year relationship but I i. know this for a fact, even at this point in my life. I'm fifty nine the very first time you're with the woman. That idea of I. Don't know exactly how she's going to act in this situation. It's extremely. Enticing and it's. I'm just being honest. And, even though everyone has to breasts at a giant in every guy, the first time you undress, someone hot right like hot. It is fricking hot I swear to God. There's there's no denying that is. It's it's extremely hot. Is. Hot in your aroused. You're obviously going to have a higher degree of Arousal, and it's going to be harder to maintain a longer period of time when you've been in a relationship eight ten years. I don't care how creative you are. Certain things become a little bit routine so even though it can still be a pleasurable relationship, there's not that heightened arousal like i. know you know exactly what's going to happen? Had Sex four thousand times together so? We get. Does you know how do I? How do we spice it up hundred? Keep it interesting and it is. It is possible, but it is possible, but they'll realize relationships take work, and that even sex. You got to prioritize your sex life is you're you know you WANNA? Keep you WANNA. Keep interesting. Then you got to like. Try New things you got to talk about it. Like talking about so hot and couples are so afraid. Especially guys who are an women just having challenges with anything China or with making time for sex. And keeping it hot and people just don't realize it does change over this hats on. Hey can be excited about the fact that like guess what sex won't always be like this, but look sex can go. It can be like this and be excited about talking about sex with your partner being cited about trying new things. That's what I want. People think about when they think about like a long-term centers. We have John. From San Francisco sex information. He can answer your questions. Any sex questions all okay. We're talk to Joe in livermore. Hey, Joe, thanks for calling sex with emily. What are you doing great? How are you? Oh, great great! Question! Every time I can nationally eight. It'd.

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"15 years" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Part of our natural birthright. We're born with the parts pleasure. It's okay to touch yourself, and it shows you how to do it i. read it I. Actually I masturbated twice today I read your book today. I was funding for the show. I know I don't even. From Nazareth the most. Inspired of a good book, because it was new tips and liked it, they're. Trying Because of Said's book. Because of me that she was matched. The show I read, tickle his pickle. I didn't have a chance to practice tickle as pickle yet because I didn't have a pick all around, and he'll be happy when she does, but until your fancy I was like Oh there's some really good ideas like pocket sized book. keep it right in the perse. Everyone should read. This is okay, so you were the Dr. Ruth because I had friends I didn't have the easiest time in the world. Having orgasms either in college, and I had friends like you. That would That girl in the click that talks about sex out loud and that line. I was the one that was uninhibited I wasn't shy. I was sexually explorative. I didn't have boyfriends much, so that's why. Thank you boyfriends, I always I was going the wrong kind. Go looking for all the wrong places, but maybe not way friends. With something like that. and. You live in the bay area as well yes. SAN Francisco native and you've been a million television shows and books, and even books and you've been on radio shows so. Thank you for joining us it out there I. I wanNA start with them. I love this tickle his pickle. Okay. I can't say that. Enough your hands on guy to penis pleasing. So why do you think that women need a book like this? Well, because we're never really taught how to have good sex when you go to school. High School College Learn About Birth Control and STD's maybe a little bit about the anatomy, but they don't teach you how to have an orgasm had a give pleasure to partner how to receive pleasure and feel comfortable, being naked, and just a lot of the common issues. No one ever addresses that and your parents certainly aren't teaching you right and you know your friends might be giving you tips and the guys don't know what they're doing. They're fumbling in the dark. So where do you ever really learn how to give pleasure to where someone can really enjoy it? and also everybody's so different. What works on one woman or man won't work on the next? So you really? Really have to be coached on. You never run out of examples here and there like I've never done that, and then I know and there's a ton more that didn't even make in this book. This is what okay so I understand that, too because I think enough talked about this before. Is that we do? We all get set in. Their ways were like I do the same thing you know this every time. I maybe touch a penis, or near one I might do the same thing over and over again and the same thing, but you gotta mix it up and there's actually what I like. Is the manual stimulation partner using your dance women using their hands? She's got like diagrams like eight different kinds of of. Just the grip alone the grip. wrapped. Up. I was like grabbing my. I was like okay. Wait the sausage, rap and the. What are some other ones in here that I liked the basic of the old faithful, the twister the pumper. Are Roller Pleasure Tunnel? I like this. They all they love this. How did you know though what men liked? How did you know well a lot of? It's based on personal experience? I practice what I preach so like I said I was single for a long time, and I got to explore and was uninhibited, so that allowed me to learn a lot, and then I also do a lot of research. I mean I talked to hundreds and thousands of people throughout the years and I do surveys, and I give seminars so I get a lot of feedback from people I'm really hands on if you will. That's good I. Mean I want to know okay? So what are the? What do you think the biggest complaints that men have about women when they're tickling when they're tickle in this pickle, yeah. What do they do? How Do Women? How do we mess up? Okay, well, number one the most important thing over everything in over any technique. That that men really want the woman to have his enthusiasm. Believe it or not guys would much rather have a woman who's not so great at it, but it's really into it doing it then a woman who can knock it out in two minutes flat, but she's just like you know doing the deed and then finished. That's not as fun than someone who's really into it, so they want you to move into it. You Got Express Yourself. Okay, you retailers pick on you. Learn all my tricks but I I just off the top of my head. I can tell you that they like to hear sounds. Men Love hearing. Things and men love visual things. So, just right off the bat, you WanNa make those little noises. You know the sucking sound and the the spit, and and the Little News, and is and all that little stuff, and you want to position your body in ways where he can look at you and get off on that because he wanted to see an inter visual, so maybe if you're on your hands and knees, you can lift your head up. Up and kind of like show parts of your body that you think is more attractive and Kinda. Flat yourself in that your curves because women are beautiful with our curse, so all of these things together along with what he's feeling really enhances it and makes it a really good experience. Do you think that some women than don't? They're more covered up the ASI me Oh. Yeah, they won't. Even they won't even turn. On the lights, there are so many people still like to do it in the dark, because they're so shy and insecure about their bodies, or you know it's very. They're not sure they're doing it right so just. The whole thing is frightening to begin with. So, it's really good to get your body. Make noises. Okay, so what else? What are some other of the main tips that women? How did we mess up? Not No I know that although know some guys like t they do. Yes, that's that's the one cool thing about about sex is that there's never a nobody likes this type thing. There's always going to be someone that likes this and someone that doesn't so. He's all about finding out what your partner really wants. Okay guys like teeth. It's yeah. How do you figure that out well? You gotTA. Talk. That's that's the other thing that that you gotta do. Is You have to communicate? You can learn by kind of their reactions, and you can kind of guess. It looks like he likes that I. Think he's getting, but if you just ask or hey, baby, does this feel good or do you like it when I do this or do you like do this in try to? You think most men are honest enough. Yeah! Let's say well. I like it even if they don't just a play I think that if you exude that energy that you really want to know and you're trying to. She? Didn't like it. They just lying. Yes, hunting! They don't WanNa. Burst your bubble, right. There there could there could be those guys that don't hurt your feelings but I think most guys if they see that you genuinely want to know and you want to care, and it's all about what's going to feel we owe. They'll jump right on until you what they want doctor CD Alison. I'm Doctor Emily. Find Me Monday through Friday five to seven PM Pacific on Sirius Xm stars free, even more.

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"15 years" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Sex with emily dot com slash accents that sex with emily dot com slash E. X.. S. E. S. Today. Top, three tips for good oral sex, so this is for the women and men. Out There women make your men shave the hair around the shaft. Seriously because. Who wants all that hair in your mouth? No, you can't get to it and a lot of cases we're talking about. Men were endowed. The more you shave it, the more there is and the cleaning cleaner. But there are tips you have to kind of worship it. Okay. So you have to worship at okay. Tips. Felicia tips from a gay man. Yes, okay, many Tim Gaskin, so it depends if they have foreskin or they don't have foreskin, but you wanna to pull it back. You WanNa. Grab the shaft, and you WANNA. Put your hand over. You want to talk about two hours ago. We need to do, but here's the thing about. Okay. I'll describe it with like ice cream. Ice Cream after two to mouthfuls, just tastes like cold. Whatever you're doing in your Felicia technique, you gotta very. It's okay you can't do the same. Okay, if you'RE GONNA if you're going to go all the way down all the way down. then. Don't go all the way down for a few strokes. Very the intensity also, here's a great okay. Here's the thing I thought that for men to. Actually. Discern consistency that you have to have. Keep going I'm not talking anymore. This is better. This is better. If, you haven't sex the woman if you. If you inhale while you're there, it makes the air feel cool around the clitoris. And if you blow out, it's warm so. Men feel the same way when you're giving Felicia. Cold Air is. Breathing in and hot air breathing out so. You can really kind of focus right now. Okay, you can vary the intensity. Very the depth of your fully. Accepting. The man member. And, Use, your hand over. The shaft these the handwriting on an I would hold the, but use your mouth then I would. Use Your hand. What do you think about these you know come on? What about I'm saying? Do you like I mean? I'm I'm having you teach the women not? Yeah! Definitely, the medicine sound familiar to you or enjoyable, not from Tim, definitely enjoyable so hand in intensity, and what's the M- the breath. Inhale, while you're doing. It is cool air. Flow out. It's warm air. It just is it's you know you wanNA. You know very. The experience for the person. And also you know by the way men love their. Testicles played with. You know, use the whole area. Still don't right. We found last week. Yes, justice, definitely the testicle play. Testing play. What's the percentage of all time you won't licking sucking before you get to the big shaft? Okay? I need some more concrete because I'm having a hard time because I'd already is going to be my model fig of the testicles as the breast. Oh yeah, that's what I think about. Okay, so, what about the difference between us in your hand? And your mouth. Do you feel that? You like very that to like. Should you should? Yes, but it goes back to the thing about listening to watch your partner. Are they responding? What are they like? What didn't they like? Just pay attention? You know somebody might just like none of it just. Do you think it varies for man to man worse I said earlier? Every sexual experience of the person is different. There are a few things that are similar, but it's a different vibe with every person you gotta bring yourself to the new person, and just pay attention and communicate, and sometimes it's awkward to have verbal communication you've got to with your is. You've got to pay attention to what's happening in the room right away all first time. You. Know you always because you have to reinvent sex every time you have sex otherwise, you're not gonNA. Keep Your partner and your partner's not going to be engaged in, please you. It's symbiotic in its paying attention. It's communication. Have you been in a long term relationship? Yeah, a twelve years with the guy and at trust me after your seven. Every Sunday I had to keep the marriage. It wasn't you know from your seventy or twelve? It was Sundays where leg I had to white knuckle it. It wasn't the best, but. Oh, did you okay? Yeah, I a girl for two years, and after that earlier she was thirty nine, and I was seventeen so seventeen, thousand, nine, thousand, nine, hundred hot woman, really yeah. Yeah. That is interesting and I have sex with women in between. You. Mentioning name. Sadie here to answer any sex questions have right. Yeah, but we're going to focus on. We're going to focus on men right now. Because we love man, and we love their penis, and the penis and tickle has pickle. An award winning book. It's all about pleasing the guy pleasing the guy, and so we're GONNA. Get into that in a minute and the fun toys for men. We talk a lot about toys for women and you've got I've got some self pleasure risers for guys. Okay So people can do they can. They can A. Ask You. Anything tonight can ask me anything. Tell me. How did you get into the sex business which I kind of? Fell into it? because. It was a hobby of mine to give advice. Author High School College I was called a little Dr Ruth and I taught my girlfriend's to orgasm you over and over by telling them. Just some basic things like this is what the clear is about this how it works. Here's some lube. Here's how you can touch it. Go home and try all this and so time after time I changed all my friends lives. Lives and they were like. Wow, it worked. It worked I said you know I should just write a right a little pamphlet and give it away for fun, and who knows maybe it'll grow into something, but I want to help more women, and so that idea evolved three years later I came out. tickle your fancy okay, and now it's like the men's the playbook for the other team. We're GONNA talk about that. Yeah tickle your fancy a woman's guide to sexual self pleasure, so it's four. It's an empowerment book for women that teaches them. It's okay to touch yourself. You know women who grew up thinking it's wrong. It's bad and the taboo. That's all done in past. We're in the new millennium now and it's it's okay, and it's part of our natural birthright. We're born with the parts pleasure. It's okay to touch yourself, and it shows you how to do it i. read it I. Actually I masturbated twice today I read your book today. I was funding for the show. I know I don't even. From Nazareth the most. Inspired of a good book, because it was.

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"15 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"If you happen to live in a theological desert, you can still be mentored by the greatest teachers and preachers and authors. The world has ever known dead or alive. And certainly reading the Bible counts as walking with a wise. Chapter Fourteen gives us an interesting twist on seeking wisdom versus describes a person who appears to be seeking wisdom, but is really just a sq offered disguised as a seeker, it says a scoff seeks wisdom in vain, but knowledge is easy for a man of understanding. I once heard someone summarized this idea by saying seeking seeking, but no desire to find. The problem with sq offers is that they prefer questions to answers. Answers are a threat because they require something of us. They requires to submit to the answers we find. If someone is truly seeking, they'll be delighted when you give them what they're actually after. Verse Eleven also caught my eye. It says the House the wicked will be destroyed, but the tint of the will flourish I found this interesting, because after all this talk. where it seems like the wisely charmed life, the wicked person here has a house, and the righteous person only has tent granted. The House of the wicked gets destroyed in this proverb, but I'm still grateful for proverb that feels a little more aligned with the reality I see around me. The wicked in general do seem to have more, or at least they start out that way. This idea shows up twice in Chapter Fifteen as well verse Twenty Five, says the Lord Tears down the house of the proud, but maintains the widows boundaries. The proud has a house, but all the widow has land. No House but God blesses and protects what she has. And Verse Sixteen says better is a little with the fear of the Lord been great treasure and trouble with it. Even when the upright have less than the wicked, what the upright has is blessed, and will endure sometimes you have to be thinking about eternity to see it. Not Let your vision land on this life, but I believe this is fully true in the Grand Scheme of things the upright will eternally flourish, and the House of the wicked will be destroyed. Not only does poverty not mean you're foolish, but God actually commands his people to be kind and attentive to the poor. Which drives it home? Even further that the poor aren't foolish or wicked. Fourteen thirty one says whoever oppresses a poor man insults his maker, but he was generous to the needy honors him. We honor our maker kind to the poor. Speaking of honoring our maker Fourteen twelve says there is a way that seems right to a man, but it's end is the way to death. We've seen this. Proverb played out over and over again what we've read so far when man follows his own way and relies on his own understanding, things end poorly, and even if they don't got his glorified are honored, and that's still a loss. Chapter fifteen revisits the theme of using wisdom in our speech? Solomon loves to talk a lot about not talking a lot. Verse Eight also touches on something that reminds me of Cain and Abel, it says the sacrifice of the wicked is. To The Lord, but the prayer of the upright is acceptable to him. A lot of people wonder why God rejected Canes Offering, but not Abel's. And maybe this has something to do with it. God knows hearts. What was your Guy Chat today? I love seeing Solomon's acknowledgement. That life isn't always a bed of roses for the wise. I feel like some of these verses really drilled down on what matters in the long run not an easy life, but heart at peace because of the nearness of God. Proverbs fifteen twenty nine really summarized it well for me. The Lord is far from the wicked, but he here's the prayer of the righteous. God is under no obligation to respond to the prayers of those who don't know him and who aren't in a relationship with him, but if he's your father, you can bet he's going to listen because he repeatedly tells us how much he wants to hear from his kids. He's near to those he has made righteous. Nearness is the blessing. Nearness is the good stuff you guys. Asked him to draw you near today. Try if you've never done it. Don't worry. You probably won't have a burning. Bush or an angel appear. It probably won't be anything dramatic. It might just be a sense of peace. When things are chaotic, it might be hope when things feel impossible. It might be the strength to serve someone who annoys you. That might be what his nearness looks like today as his spirit empowers you to look like Christ, but ask for his nearness expect it. Look for it because he's wearing, the joy is. I Love De. Group and I want to tell you about core values. That makes us who we are. Your core value number one is scripture as routes every study we do indeed. You're his anchored in a word of God. We want to build our lives around who he is. If you WANNA find out more about De Group, watch the Short Promo video today show notes or visit mighty group Dot Org. The Bible recap is brought to you by dig. discipleship and Bible study groups meet in homes and churches around the world each week..

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"15 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Today. We beat our twelfth and Final Judge Samson. He may be the only one you've heard of before is definitely the most famous in part because his story is the most detailed in the book but also it might have something to do with the fact that he feels like the closest thing. Christian culture has to a traditional superhero. I hope today's reading help paint things a little more clearly. Because he's probably the worst and most wicked of all the judges in the book not only that but he probably doesn't actually have big muscles like we usually imagine. I'll tell you why tomorrow when we wrap up the story as for today. The people of Israel have fallen into sin again and are oppressed by the Philippines for forty years and according to ten seventeen. This is all probably happening. Simultaneous to the stuff we read about yesterday yesterday's battle with the AMMONITES was happening in the Trans Jordan. East of the Jordan River and this stuff with the Philistines is happening. Along the Mediterranean coastline of Israel west of the Jordan River burst. We meet a man named Minoa and the Angel of the Lord who is likely God. The Sun shows up to tell manolas barren wife. She's going to have a son. He says her son will play a role in helping rescue Israel and that she should raise him to live under the Nasdaq. Now you may remember the Nazareno from number six. The rules of the vow included not drinking alcohol or even eating any part of a great not cutting your hair and not touching anything did if you recall the Nasdaq rules. Were an even more ramped up version of some of the rules for the Levis. Most people took this bow temporarily and voluntarily but Samson was assigned this role and his assignment was lifelong and got even said. It doesn't start when he's born it starts when he's in the womb so manolas wife has to follow the Nazaret bowed during pregnancy. As if giving up coffee isn't hard enough on its own. It seems like Minoa and his wife really believed this prophecy there. Ernest about it. They Beg God for instructions and advice from the angel of the Lord and when they're referencing the prophecy they say when this happens not if this happens they offer a burnt offering to God and worship him. The one who works wonders as the text calls him after Samson is born God the spirit begins to send him promptings about his calling at some undetermined age. God blesses him and chapter. Thirteen ends beautifully in chapter fourteen. The first decision Sampson makes seems to be wicked foolish. He's demanding to have a certain Philistine woman as his wife. But the text is clear that underneath this demand is a plan Sampson as working out and that it was set in motion by God. Samson is a secretive man who operates fairly independently of everyone else. So what? His parents don't know is that he secretly making an inroad overthrow. Israel's oppressors the Philistines. Another secret. He keeps is that he killed a lion with his bare hands with the help of God the spirit. I used to think he didn't tell anyone because he was just being humble. But there's no evidence of humility elsewhere. My guess is that he kept it a secret. Because as a Nas- right this would have almost certainly been a sin. He wasn't allowed to touch dead bodies. Though to be fair some people think that rule only applied to dead human bodies but if it did apply to all dead things and I'm inclined to think it did the not only did he touch the deadline when he killed it but he also touched it a few days later when he scooped honey out of its carcass. This is where we're starting to see outright that Sampson makes a lot of foolish decisions. He's prideful and entitled driven by Lust and impulsive desires and he also seems to break every single rule of his Nazar at bow. His Pride begins to rear its head at his wedding feast which by the way almost certainly involved lots of alcohol that he wasn't supposed to drink but most likely did he taunts thirty Philistines with a riddle which he made up based on his likely sinful encounter with the lion and when they can't solve it they coerce his wife into getting the answer from him. This is where we see his first sign of weakness women when the guys telling the answer to his riddle east furious and embarrassed. Not only did he lose the bet but he was betrayed by his new wife during his own wedding feast so he decides to kill them and take all their clothes which certainly involves touching their dead bodies. One of the strangest parts of today's text is that it says God the spirit equips him for this task but while he's away. Slaughtering the Philistines. His father gives his brand new bride to his best man later. When Samson returns and tries to consummate the marriage or dad tells them the bad news but offers the consolation prize of marrying her sister instead so Samsung does what any of us would do. In that situation he catches three hundred. Fox's ties tales together in lights on fire then sends them into a field to burn all the crops. We've all been there. I know this is bonkers but he probably chose this option because it was the one way to get back at them while remaining innocent in regard to his Nazaret dow against touching dead things. He was clever. I'll give him that. The PHILISTINES get their revenge on him by burning his wife and father. In Law to death so Samson either kills more Philistines or beats them up in retaliation. The text isn't really clear here the back and forth between Sampson and the Philistines continue. When they attacked the tribe of Judah Judah decides to capture Samson their own judge and turn him over to the Philistines as a bribe. Judah you're better than that when they bring Samson to make the exchange with the Philistines Samson breaks free and kills a thousand men presumably all Philistines. But who knows and he did it with the Jawbone of a donkey which also constitutes touching the dead and so does killing people. Probably we're not even really to the story he's known for and you can already see what a rebel he is. One of the things you may have picked up on that the other judges fought with armies Samson. Didn't Samson was the army? He does his own stunts. Every Philistine. Who died on his watch died by his hand. He's not a leader at all. He's a solitary. Vigilante it's hard not to be impressed by him though and we definitely see got at work initiating and sustaining Samson's calling but it can be a really challenging text to work through theologically. So what was your God. Shut the thing that stood out to me like a flashing neon sign was the way God empower sinful people with wicked motives to accomplish his righteous plan. He was using Sampson's pride and rage to defeat. Israel's enemy in a time when they were oppressed for lack of a better term Samson was the lesser of two evils when God Spirit Empower Samson to do something. He's not endorsing Samson Sin. But sometimes he's using Samson sinfulness to defeat a greater enemy. I know we talk about this all the time. But centers are all God's got to work with none of us deserve to be used by him and when we are you can bet something is still going to be off track in somewhere. Only a sovereign God could been our sin to serve his purposes and as a huge comfort to me. Because it's easy for me to feel like my son or someone else in has ruined everything. I'm not big enough to ruin. Everything is bigger that sets me free. I'm so glad I can't ruin his plan because he's where the joy is not everyone's quiet time looks the same. Sometimes they aren't quiet at all. I actually referred to my quiet time as priority time. Because that's what helps me remember the place it holds in my schedule and in my life if you're new to this or if you just want to add more tools to your tool kit in case you find them helpful. I've loved to share more. About what my priority time looks like built out a PDF that we're offering free. And if you want to get access to our free priority time toolkit all you have to go to the Bible recap dot com forward slash time and submit your email address. That's the Bible. Recap DOT com forward slash time like quiet time? But without quite the Bible recap is brought to you by DEGROM discipleship and Bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week..

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"15 years" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on The HT Guys

"I I used for my demo just to demonstrate the surround sound but if you have t h f you have monsters INC and you watching it on your speaker on your TV. Once you Hook Home Theater. It'll it'll be like a brand new movie to you. It really is it is that next step is really makes. You feel like you're you're part of the movie instead of you know. I heard someone say I don't know who I was talking to. You heard someone say that you know watching movies or TV or high definition without the surround. Sound is just surveillance so you just kind of peeking through a people watching what's going on. But you really not part of it and when you get the surround sound and you really developed in it. It really changes things. And one of my favorite shows to watch. High-definition wise is twenty four on Fox on Monday nights. If you haven't seen it you gotTA check it out digital digital discrete five channels with the sub Woofer. It's really cool. It's great sound. And so they've got we've been talking about digital those are actually native five channel formats so they actually mix them to specifically put sound in the different speakers in your house or in a movie theater and then there are other pro. Logic like dolby technologies that. Take two channel Stereo audio track and try to figure out which sounds should go where and put them in the rear or the center channel and and they kind of make surround. Sound out of something. That's not there but the the and the dolby digital stuff will blow you away then. Act programming pretty much. Everything in Primetime nowadays is high. Def except for reality shows. I don't think reality shows survivor to come out in high definition. I'm not a big reality. Show Guy Myself so everything I watched. I think is in high? Def Twenty four is is a great high def show alias. Alias is a good holiday. I mean they're all in high definition so if you don't have high definition when you get your TV you'll be able to switch back and forth between the high definition channel and which how you used to watch it and you'll be blown away. You can't even understand by by me telling you we're here to talk about it with the differences between watching normal. Tv and watch looking out a window and looking at a muddy window and it's clearly difference if you're trying to watch your kids play out in the yard or trying to look out at birds flying around through a dirty window and then you clean the window and you can actually see what's going on. That's the difference in my opinion. I mean I could be overstating it. I've not had one person. Come to my house after all the hype by giving them giving them about high definition. Look at it and say oh you overestimated in most cases. They said it's better than what you even said so it. It really is night and day. It's more than night and day difference. You have to see it and in fact if you go to your local best buy and look at the demo reel. They got a lot of times. It's still not as good because they have the signal split so much that it's not as clean once you get it in your own house. You'll see that it's a much different. It's much cleaner nicer. And you'll be glad you got it. It's amazing I mean if you're a sports fan. Footballs in high definition college. Football's in high definition basketball in high. Right now the NC two tournaments in high definition fact. I'm not a big basketball fan but I'm watching it anyway. Yeah the finals are this weekend. That's what's coming up in high definition files this weekend or the final four this weekend. I think the finals are on Monday. So over time we'll give. Our suggestions are recaps of high definition programming. Where to get it? Who's got what a what's coming up coming up next weekend. Yeah get dimples on the golf balls. Pretty impressive yeah if you can sit through golf while this might give you a reason to actually to sit through golf because it looks amazing just to watch just to see the Greens and to see the trees and to see. I mean it's like watching a nature show I I've sat through Dec. and spiders crawl across the screen because you actually see the little hairs on their legs and stuff like that. I kind of get through our primary really. Kinda just We went through definition aspect ratio resolution audio programming now. There's probably a lot of questions if you if you have questions. Send them in. We will definitely answer in next week's podcast and we'll probably be a little bit more structured. This one was Kinda. We're just trying it out and see how it's going so one of the things we'd like to the next one is have a segment where we answer your questions. So send them in and we will answer them and let's see Also plan on doing reviews of Televisions and Stereo Equipment As we got him. So if you're in the market to buy something and it's down between a couple Or whatever you don't even have any choices. Send us what you're looking for and we'll make recommendations and if you've got someone telling you the way to go and someone else on yell. Cd's away to go. Let someone else and you had to GET PLASMA. And you really want to know the pros and cons. We'll get into that stuff. We'll talk about specific models. We're GonNa do you know the fun stuff's coming on and since all your questions here with us as we kind of fine tune this and fine tune our skills and get. Just get the podcast a little more Organized in refined We got a couple more microphones that a little bit better than the one. I'm using today on order so anyway. So that's our show. We hope you enjoyed it. Send US your feedback at HDTV. Podcast AT MAC DOT com. And we'll see you next time..

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"15 years" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on The HT Guys

"P LCD. That's P stands for progressive scan will explain that in a little bit if you don't know and Samsung promises to have ten eighty P D lp which is digital projection later this spring. And I saw these things. Cas they're unbelievable. I mean it's it's actually. It almost feels like you're watching things that have looked better than than live like it's better than real time. It's it's unbelievable this this so why go to the baseball game just watching on TV? It's better I mean. It looks better than looking out your window. And also if you if you just bought your hd set don't worry it's far from obsolete there are currently no programs that are broadcast in ten eighty. P and don't expect any in the near future so then you ask. Why should I spend the money on the higher resolution while the manufacturers they say the ten eighty p set will still produce a better picture on a large screen with the current HD HD programming They make the analogy that blowing up a two megapixel picture Versus a six megapixel picture. won't look as good so obviously the more Pixels in or scan lines in this case you have the better. The picture will look will look when it's blown up and the other thing is you can expect ten. Eighty p DVDs at some point in the future probably well before the broadcast or switch over to that format and there's gotta be some news about some direct TV or somebody's got to be doing something right. Exactly also I'm sure you've seen the ADS that Directtv claims they'll have fifteen hundred high definition channels. Well don't hold your breath waiting for these channels anytime soon direct. Tv still needs to launch a satellite over the next few years make room for these channels and most of the satellite space will be used to transmit local high definition channels They expect up two thousand and four as far as the national channels. They only expect to have one hundred and fifty of those And so basically to make matters worst direct. Tv to make room for this. In addition to the extra satellites that helped now use impact for compression which requires the H. E. Subscribers to get a new dish and a new receiver. Right now. There's no announced date for one new dish and receiver will be available to use my limited abilities.

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"15 years" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on The HT Guys

"Hdtv Home Theater. Podcast first one. It's our inaugural one. We're getting to know how to do this and getting to know you. So we'll introduce ourselves in the show. My name is Brian Russell with me as always my partner are during. How's IT GOING TODAY? And so let's start off. I guess just kind of introducing who we are doing what we're going to do with the podcast and and I know that you just met us but we're ready to take relationship to the next level you know. Get to know you a little bit more or I guess you get to know us. We don't know who you are so How about a little bit about yourself are what? What do you know about Home Theater high definition? Well I worked for Advanced Digital Systems Group at Sony pictures for five years there and we basically built equipment to for the movie and Television Industry. And that's where I got involved with high-definition TV and actually Kinda took over from there. So what was the first time we saw high def say it was about nine hundred ninety six nine hundred ninety seven at a trade show and once. I saw it I said this is. This is the way it's gotta be and ever since then my wife's Kinda been sorry that I worked for Sony. Yeah I hear you. I don't think I started with. Adhd and. Tell them if you're on ninety eight that was my first introduction. Hdtv and it's changed my life. I am now a believer and there's a lot more complicated than regular TV. I remember as a kid. Gosh all my father did was connect to wires to the TV and turn it on and we only had like what seven channels in Los Angeles. Back in the sixties. Now you have to have all kinds of Stereo Equipment. High-definition tuners Do you get it over the air versus cable satellite. So we're going to try and demystify that. Yeah my dad connected me to the back of the TV. Move a little bit that way. We have a little bit that way so the show format. I guess we're GONNA do basically we'll do what we call on it news reviews and how to's right so we're going to sounds good. We'll start off with the news and see what's going on in high definition. We'll do some reviews of different. Maybe shows maybe products TV's stuff. I'm a big audio guy. So you'RE GONNA get a lot of audio stuff out of me. My opinion high definition without the surround sound is. I don't know why bother why bother and we'll we'll be answering questions from you the email or sending us an MP three our email address is HDTV podcasts. At MAC DOT COM. And we'll probably depending on how the show goes get her own domain and change that but for the now we're hosting it on my dot. Mac Account all right so let's see backgrounds. We worked for Sony Pictures. Did you mention the Academy Award? No I didn't. That's a good point and we'll just throw that out there. There's there's some buzzwords Academy Award Academy Award. We see one. We actually got an academy award for technical achievement for our digital audio dubber that we created for for Sony Pictures. And we're both avid home theater. High-definition nuts we've done custom home theater installation in the southern California area more. We really like to talk about it more than we actually like to people's houses and do it for them but yeah it was a great idea till we had the first customer who complained about every tiny little aspect and we said we want to be architects. More than we want to be installers. Yeah the whole tech support thing in hand holding us just not but we will take our time this show. Actually we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA go pretty slow after we get through the news. We're going to kind of just define what high definition is given. Hdtv primer so a few are an HDTV Guru. Maybe a little bit review or kind of slow for you but just hang out with this. We're going to get into the more advanced stuff as we move along and through the next few podcasts. If you don't know anything about it then we'll give you a bunch to talk about with your friends and Family. And you'll know all the buzzwords and all this stuff but with without any further ado list the news what do you got all right so. I on on tap today. We have a research firm called in-stat. They're reporting that. Hdtv'S HDTV service within. The United States is in four million homes and ten million worldwide. They're predicting that by the year..

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"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

With Everyone (by myself)

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

"Developers flippers back. Then they actually made a pretty dynamic audio routing system at a time when it wasn't necessarily really a a big call for that recorded edited in Garage Band and you know it was again a very live to drive kind of thing we didn't and do a lot of Post a lot of work imposed man. That was fun. I I think the most fun I ever had with podcasting was doing hyper nonsense. Circa two thousand eight it up until when it ended the first time in two thousand nine because you know social media had to take over everything so we had just built a nice community of if people that would interact with us over our website. There was a a plug in By now I had moved everything. Over to wordpress. There was a plug in net that Would you could. You could use to make a comment leaderboard so you you know people would have contests to try to get to the top of the leaderboard. My leaving comments and it spurred a lot of lot of discussions not just I between listeners and us but the listeners themselves the audience themselves sorry not supposed to I refer to podcast listeners as listeners there the audience two thousand nine. I was just feeling like I needed to do something different. I felt like the show. It kind of taken. It had gone as far as it needed to. And it was clear by then that there wasn't going to be there wasn't going to be a monolithic with a force that was going to create a sea change in podcasting and I think we really believed up until tell around that time. Two thousand nine two thousand ten the something was just GonNa break loose and it never really did. The shows does that had managed to become financially successful by that point. We're just doing it all on their own. They were doing some combination of advertising. They might have been working with some sort of broker. Like pod track or something. They're doing some combination of that and Merchandise dice sales and just direct fan support. You know there wasn't a I want a youtube moment but you know all of the the the only company that really tried to build a podcast. You know the network. I guess we'll just say that was really based on old media ideas as far as well. We'll just get a bunch of shows. We'll throw a bunch of ads on them and collect. The money was pod show later Meteo named by by two thousand nine two thousand ten they were starting to burn out and it was clear that podcasting was just going to kind of coalesce. Listen to this thing where you know if if you're lucky if you did good work and you're lucky and you built an audience you might be able to turn that into something as far as monies concern. But you probably won't won't do that. And I think at its peak hyper nonsense. Had An audience of maybe four hundred. Nah Yeah it's probably an overestimation but I just felt like you know it was time to move on to something else which You know ten well eleven years later I still haven't really done Of course course hyper nonsense. Two Point Oh has occurred now three three times There was Jimmy Dragon. No market radio and return of actual hyper nonsense and the psychologists read on this is just the actual insanity of aw trying to do the same thing and get different results. The thing is is that every time I would stop doing a show like that I would really really miss it and I try to try to restart it and do I would do things slightly differently every time we'd always get to the same point. We just always get to kind of the same base format so it was really kinda pointless. I guess that's just how for some reason when when me jen would try and do a show. That's just what it would always kind of organically go back to you. Know it's it's over now it's done for good. There's there's not never going to be a hyper nonsense. Three Point Zero It's really truly run. Its course and You know that's how these things operate you know I think about it now. In fifteen years is a pretty long time. I I wish that I had mortis show of it in terms of some kind of success. I really don't probably the biggest thing that's come out of it for me personally is i. I work in podcasting now and I am grateful for that but I'm not producing a show that makes money and barely producing anything. So you know it's like yeah I'm just a cog and I'm a I'm the I'm a tiny cog ugh inside of one bigger than medium sized wheel and if my cog where we're fall Out The whole machine would continue to move forward with really no trouble at all. I I have a lot of Thoughts on that. But that'll maybe be for another Blog ugh either texture audio or something else..

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"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

With Everyone (by myself)

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

"And I was publishing maybe two episodes so a week and they were you know thirty to forty five minutes a piece and at this point they're still weren't a lot of robust podcast publishing tools libson existed. But I wasn't I don't know if I knew about it and if I did did I wasn't GonNa pay them another fee on top of my web hosting fee so you know like you might do in two thousand five. I was self hosting the media files and fortunately for worse I never ever. I never pulled enough resources on the server that they shut me down or sent me a big bill which That happened to a lot of podcasters early. On you know you hear people from back then kind of talked about the dispute and Chewing Gum methodologies that they use to keep their podcasts online but I never had that problem as pretty much a condition that state the state through most of my podcast endeavors a couple of weeks later and I kinda think coincidentally coincidentally perhaps that it was on Valentine's Day was close to it. It was the fourteenth or fifteenth February. I talked Jen Chan into doing a podcast with me and She was reluctant. And you know we shared a microphone. You know we did the show pretty much the way I normally would and you know l.. We I don't even remember what we talked about but I I had been asking for For feedback just somebody send an email. Because I could Kinda tell based on what very minimal stats. I had that some people had downloaded the episodes I published so I knew somebody was out there and finally after You know weeks of Solo podcasting do the one show with Jen and we finally get an email from someone that said something along the lines of And it was more or less addressed to me and it said Yeah. You're fine but she's really good. Great makes me feel wonderful so pretty much from that point point on You know it stayed the two of us Casually I was still do a solo show eventually the potter Adam. Curry's I potter. Directory went online and the ipod directory. It was interesting because it wasn't really broken out just by say genre of show and one one of the things you could do. Was You could submit a show too I potter under a geographic Area so you know I picked Illinois Chicago and submitted my show and you know a little while later it got added. The most notable thing really happened during that period was daily Herald newspaper which which was a Suburban Chicago area paper did an article about You know locals take-up podcasting and they talked to hosts of. I don't know maybe four or five different Chicago area shows including me Jen. I was at work when they called me. talked to me and they talked to There was another show that I really liked. That's long long long on called the unemployment employment line and That was done by three. Three guys who you know were unemployed at the time so that was cool all to just kind of hey get a little bit of coverage in the media we kept producing episodes on a fairly regular basis assists and then in April we decided to move to California and pretty much ended. Did the phantom feed for all it was worth we really had to switch gears into. Just you know. Getting things is packed and figuring out. Okay what are we going to keep. What are we going to get rid of and I actually sold that? Gee I book you know that. At whole period of time which was from April of two thousand five until chill like February or March of two thousand six really turned out to be kind of podcast asking first milestone in the sense that that was when apple launched the podcasts Directory in the I tuned store which was really like the first kind of big mind-blowing moment and I followed along as best as I could. I I didn't. I didn't have any way really to listen to podcasts. But I would try to Follow all the forums and any source. That was a decent source for news. I would go and look it up now. See what was going on. We didn't get settled into the place. We're in now until February oh six. And that's when I started Recording my first audio blog and that was really an experiment to just try to have an understanding of kind of all all the new stuff in podcasting. As far as you know well. How do you make an itunes feed and all that kind of stuff I think by then can feed burner had actually added the I tunes tags in to its smart cast feature so I just used feed burner again? It was funny In the coming months Gen would constantly ask me like. When are we going to podcast again? So her going from the reluctant co hosts to the one and who was You know really anxious to get going again was amusing and she bothered me enough about it and I don't know I it was. It was a weird time for me and I was kind of freaking out about money and I knew that you know 'cause I sold I sold the US one twenty two. I knew I was going to have to get a new interface so I I finally just bought a new Lisa multi mix the fire. Wire eight fire wire mixer on credit because it was the only way I was ever going to be able to afford it. You know not long after that we started doing hyper nonsense sense the first version. We kind of decided that you know. The Phantom feed was fine but it didn't really need you know it's just kind of felt like it was. It wasn't a brand that had you know really caught fire and really that's kind of how podcasting was back. You was no. I don't know there wasn't any plants. Nobody even knew if this was even last as anything noteworthy recognizable beyond a year or two or if it will just kind of fade into the background. Kinda like blogging. Did Jen got the idea. For the name hyper nonsense. Because she had seen some piece of art on Live Journal and I don't know if it was some poorly translated Piece of Manga. Or if it was someone's ironic attempt making a poorly translated but it's it's an image of a very you know Manga looking girl in it said hyper nonsense Tabasco shower on it and it was like well. What the hell does that? mean in hyper nonsense was kind of a cool name for show. So in June of two thousand six we published the first episode of that and Again I started with movable type and feed burner and now I had the The multi mix you know. The realistic mixer went back in the back in the drawer. There was a different experience. You know we had to start our our. Our place was just not really set up yet because we just we had to kind of move in a hurry and You know it Kinda sucked. Because I had the multi mix on the end of my desk. The microphones were on Floor stands in the corner so every time we wanted to record we had to set him up a drag but we still did it and it. It was fun I figured out how to trigger music beds and audio clips from my new at that time Mac mini any. I basically created an audio loop where I could take the The analog output of the mini into a channel on the multi mix. And then just record everything back into the many via fire wire and that's one of those just things that you feel like shouldn't work so Kudos to The Apple Audio.

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"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

With Everyone (by myself)

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

"My movable we'll type installation or maybe feed burner did this I don't know Ping Audio Dot weblogs dot com. So you know late January. I go to publish my first episode and you know it's funny now Thinking about this because is in my job where I do. podcast support one of the things. We constantly deal with assists. Well why is it my latest episode a wise it my latest episode. And then you know name your favorite podcast APP slash directory usually. It's apple or spotify but wiser. My latest episode episode published it twenty minutes or two hours two days ago. Why isn't it there? And I remember going back to audio dot weblogs Dot Com. which was just this very random cascade of love podcast episodes that was You know coming down this digital pike back and You know I would go back and refresh it every now and then and finally I saw my episode there and I was like I've done it. I've published podcast. And you know people that are paying attention to this one single thing. This audio weblogs Dot Com presumably presumably could find it and listened to so it felt like a real achievement and in the podcast itself was called the Phantom feet and it's obviously not.

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"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

With Everyone (by myself)

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

"Just show up there so that was one of the early maybe the earliest type of podcast aggregated Later there were directories like I potter. But I don't know I kept finding these shows. Listen I would do my best to keep up with them. That weren't really many. Good pod catchers back then I remember. There was one called play. pod were you can subscribe to podcast feeds and you know it would download the the media files often You had to manually move them from play pod over to itunes or something like that. It wasn't a great system but it Kinda worked at that time Late Two thousand four and early two thousand five. I picked up a retail job in a shopping mall. Kiosk called glass last gallery and this was Christmas time so a lot of days once it really started to pick up a lot of days. I was just coming home dead tired so I didn't really have much time to getting this. PODCAST started but I felt like for the first time I felt like there was a path to go down if you wanted to. Do you know this so called. Internet radio show thing by mid-january things in slow down enough at this job which was only a seasonal Ajab and wasn't going to last much longer than I could really start to dig into actually publishing a podcast and I got a real rudimentary set of gear together. I was using a realistic realistic brand. which is One of the old radio shack brands a realistic mixer. Yes Sir that My Dad bought me some years ago. I think he founded at a thrift store. Something wasn't a great mixer. It was really one of these things that was designed for you. Know if you WANNA on a to Dj Your Your Barbecue or you know your kid's birthday party or whatever it had had Three quarter inch. Xl are but three Mike Inputs quarter-inch Mike Inputs and it had I believe three Stereo. RCA channels and two of the channels were specifically for turntables. And the reason. I believe this mixer was was built for backyard. Dj's is The the turntable channels had a cross fade Switches on them and you know if this was something that was just going to sit on a sit in somebody's Stereo Stereo or something and home wouldn't be any reason for cross-fitters I Plugged some cheap. Mike's ahead into that mixer. And really when I started it was only me so it was one Mike. I took the The audio out of Jen's I'm back she had a g three lime green I MAC and I put Some music and stuff Sound clips onto her. I Mac and I ran that audio cable out into this realistic realistic mixer and got ahead a name for that called it. Something like the the sound tron two thousand or something some stupid stupid thing. I called it. I tapped the audio output from the mixer and ran that into I had a task scam. US One twenty two connected to my Mac which another long story. But I I had a g four book at the time. It was kind of weird but I took the line out from the mixer into the. US S. One twenty two which was a probably a USB one a USB one point two interface so it could only do one one stereo track. It didn't have a lot of bandwidth but it was enough and What I would do is I would load The sound clips. I wanted into the I tunes library on the I MAC and I'd put him in playlist so I could effectively control them with the keyboard and I would kind of do a you a a a cue sheet man like a playlist while it was a playlist inside the Application and With the keyboard board I could start and stop the clips in cycle to the next one and it was as close as I could come up with for replicating cart deck and to my knowledge. I didn't really check but to my knowledge there really weren't any cart wall style applications back then you know so it worked okay and You you know I took the US twenty two. into the MAC and I recorded with garage band and I really wanted on it the whole thing to have a live to drive kind of feel and I mean I was mixing everything live so if I did a music bed or something I'd roll the music bed and bring the you know I'd bring it down with the fader and talk over it as opposed to doing all that and post. I really wanted handed it to be live. I recorded A few episodes they were short. You know probably under a half hour. Each I had my website. I had figured out In two thousand four how to roll my own unmovable type. Installation and movable type is kind of a precursor. CMS to wordpress. I'm sure it's still out there but I think what's wordpress came around six apart. The company that made movable type they just went okay babe in our lunch breakfast dinner and all our snacks. So we're just is going to focus mostly on enterprise stuff. But I rolled this movable type installation and I knew that it generated. RSS Speeds. But I didn't understand the I didn't understand how to modify are assessed to handle the media enclosures so I was poking around online and I found what I'm pretty sure was the podcast alley forums to think was really the one of the first if not e I kind of online forum where podcasters were talking to each other and somewhere in there I learned learn to feed burner and feed burner at the time was a startup and There was kind of this magical mystical period from about two thousand thousand three two. Maybe two thousand six where it looked like. RSS was going to be the the glue. Do you know the thing that was going to make publishing on the Internet truly decentralized publishing on the Internet somehow work work and feud burner was this you know RSS feed Publishing and stats service. They were a startup startup and when they saw podcasting was becoming popular they added. They're smart cast future so if you wanted to turn any feed burner feed into a podcast cast feed you just had to go in Put in a few settings and then when you would publish an episode in your source feed you had to have one naked or direct link to a media file and feed burner would wrap it in the enclosure tags and and that would you know. Turn your source feed into a podcast feed you know feed burner. It didn't it. Didn't edit the source feed. It just made its own second feed through feed burner because that's what feed burner does and all I wanted was to just do it. I just wanted it to get it out there and when I talk about the tags. Here's one for PODCASTS nerds. The only podcast broadcast tags in feedback. Then were just the enclosure tag and any basic you know Meta data that or any any basic extensions to the media enclosure which was really just a file url and oh man lengthened size. I think duration and it's kind of confusing because Duration was the total length. Thinks of the the media so it was thirty minutes You had to put it in. I believe I believe the duration ration- tag has to be the total number of seconds and then length was actually actually still is The for the size of the file. It's kind of confusing and that has to be in I believe kilobytes kilobits kilobits. There were no I tunes or Apple. podcasts tags there were no google tags none of this other stuff that's been added to make. PODCAST feeds work was even there yet. So once I had feed burner up and Ryan I was like cool. I got everything I need. And I figured out how to make.

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"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

With Everyone (by myself)

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"15 years" Discussed on With Everyone (by myself)

"This month marks my fifteen year anniversary of podcasting. I am pretty sure. I published my first episode episode January twenty seven. It's not a terribly exciting story. But I don't know that I've ever told The in depth story of How I started in summer? Two Thousand Four. I launched my i. I real- website domain name. That's Phantom power dot org still exists but doesn't really do anything other than handle my email. I I had this idea at the time of just recording radio shows as MP three files and just posting them on my website and just kind of see. Hey if anybody find some great. That idea grew out of the fact fact that I'd been publishing music on the Internet for a few years and really in one way or the another publishing on the Internet since ninety seven and I to do radio shows I had enough gear already. I had the know how to record audio because I've been doing it with music for a few years and you know I had a cup of Coffee Offie in radio back in nineteen ninety six because I went to broadcasting school from ninety five five into ninety six got an internship at WABC FM eventually worked on air. Are there up until the point. When the radio station went off it was bought out by a Spanish radio conglomerate and they pretty much turned it into a Robo Station of historical stoorikhel note? Worthiness ninety-six is the year that the Telecommunications Act was modified to highly deregulate radio net gave the rise is of these massive mega radio companies. So I really got into radio at the right time just in time to have all of the small stations that people would usually start out in bought out out in automated across the country. So two thousand four. I had this idea in clearly. The idea of somehow publishing as some type of Internet radio show that wasn't just streamed dreamed over some sort of Streaming Protocol like shout caster is cast which I believe those existed. Then just something you could download and listen to when you wanted. Clearly that idea yeah was Circulating amongst the people of the world later that year before I had published any of these so called Sh- radio shows. I was part of a Yahu group that that was dedicated to the nick. Gilio radio show Nick to Gilio was and I believe still is a host host on. WGN radio out of Chicago and Nick was a weekend warrior. Guy Who would work all these. He's weird shifts but he developed A following including me. This Yahoo Group was really run by fans. Though so nick. And some of his producers eventually did join the group and one of the conversations in late two thousand four in this Yahoo Group. I mentioned that how I used to work in well. I barely worked in radio another member of the group. George Smith said well maybe you should start a podcast and I was I I was like what is that and I think I might have said. I'm not sure I know what that is and you said Yeah you should look it up. It's kind of new thing. It was started by Adam Curry it used to be on MTV. So I started researching it and immediately I was just really taken with the whole thing so it was probably probably in November two thousand and four. I started just listening to podcasts. And the first show show. I listened to was and I'm Chris. Daily Source Code and I listened to Don Andrew and youth radio at that time there weren't any dedicated podcast directories there were places that were. We're kind of aggregating podcasts. On a very loose basis one of them was audio dot weblogs Dot Com. You could set up your publishing system to ping that you are l.. And if your podcast feed had media enclosures would.

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