35 Burst results for "17"
Jamie Raskin Is Happy With the Taxes, Regulations Coming Your Way
"The axe goes into effect I hope that all of the provisions will begin to work I am I know that those who've been blaming President Biden for the inflation going up are now giving President Biden all the credit for inflation going down So we're moving things in the right direction already And what parts of the bill do you think will quickly work on that specifically The next question Ladies and gentlemen Mark Levin here That was Jamie Raskin the smartest Democrat on the communist side of the ledger He and AOC and so forth Everybody knows it will have no effect on inflation except to increase it This bill is the build back better bill It didn't cost as much but there's a lot of out your expenses And it put in place all these programs all these taxes all these regulations For the next multiple years 51 50 vote in the Senate every Democrat Two 20 to two 17 in the house Every Democrat No moderates No moderates Do you hear me New Jersey Do you hear me Virginia Do you hear me Michigan And the rest of the country some of you have Democrats who claim to be moderates no moderates You don't vote for it but like this and then claim to be a moderate With all your lies your stinking lies about what it'll do mansion absolute fraud always was and I hadn't pointed out years ago
Brian Stelter Is Excited About the Funding for IRS Expansion
"Here we have Brian stelter On CNN you would think he would go the way of Jeffrey toobin Not yet Cut 17 go Oliver you know we've got short shrift this week The house passing that historic climate bill the inflation reduction act One of the components of the bill is a lot more funding for the IRS to hire He's in talks like a it's a historic Bill ladies and gentlemen Historic Until CNN cleans out the radical Democrats the low IQ dummies It will always be viewed as the constipated news network to us Go ahead The more IRS agents in order to try to make sure people are paying how much they're supposed to pay what was that called on the right It was called a terrifying overreach by the government The reason I'm bringing it up These guys are perfectly fine with tyranny totalitarianism Abuse of power violations of the constitution and all the rest as long as their team quote unquote is in power Not me I see no use for doubling the IRS And undermining the border patrol He doesn't talk this way when it comes to police officers How come the IRS agents aren't a white dominant systemically discriminatory bunch mister producer How come IRS agents Aren't part of the white dominant society Um But the cops are But the border patrol is even though half of them are Hispanic Go ahead Let's just call it what it is Maga media is hatred of government Shut up you moron
Warrant of the FBI Raid Violated the 4th Amendment
"What is the Fourth Amendment say Part of your Bill of rights The right of the people to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects Against unreasonable searches and Caesars seizures shall not be violated And no warrants shall issue But upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation that's that affidavit Here we go And particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized Particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized Any government and or presidential records created between January 2020 17 and January 2020 21 Now obviously you can't know in advance Can you If such documents exist but if they exist everywhere in somebody's house everywhere What this search warrant did in my view violated the Fourth Amendment If they gave unconstitutional power a grant of power to the FBI and prosecutors who have a hate on for Trump To go into his home and search everything
Six Flags amusement park shooting near Chicago leaves 3 hurt
"6 flags amusement park near Chicago was open after a shooting outside its entrance gate on Sunday left three people injured The gurney police department says the shooting was not a random act and appeared to be a targeted incident They say a car entered the parking lot drove toward this 6 flags great America front entrance People got out of the car and shot at another person before driving away A 17 year old and a 19 year old was shot officials described the wounds as non life threatening A third victim had a shoulder injury and declined to go to the hospital 6 flags says their security responded immediately and then closed the park I'm Julie Walker
Bassitt, Mets blank Phils again for 17th win in 20 games
"The red hot mets made it two or three against the Phillies with a 6 to zero win The mets have won 17 of their last 20 Chris Bassett picked up his tenth win as the mets held Philadelphia to two runs in three games It's hard to score on us I mean that's kind of what we're built for and we're going to have face really good really good lineups hopefully in the playoffs Francisco Lindor knocked in his 82nd run the most ever by emits shortstop Zach Wheeler took the loss Mike mancuso New York
1 dead, 17 hurt in crash during fundraiser for fire victims
"Authorities in Pennsylvania say one person was killed 17 others injured when a car struck a fundraiser they were attending Saturday then the driver left and killed his mother State police identified the driver as 24 year old Adriana's Waldo sora Reyes He was arraigned Sunday on two counts of criminal homicide and denied bail They say he drove into a crowd and berwick that was raising money for victims of a fire that killed ten people earlier this month Police say Reyes was arrested shortly afterward in the beating death of his mother nearby the first funerals for the fire victims were held Friday and more were scheduled for Monday I'm Julie Walker
Sebastian Reflects on the Presidential Clearance System
"Served in the Trump White House as deputy assistant to the president for strategy. As a result of that political commission, yes, that is what we were called politically commissioned officers of the president. I had to go undergo a background investigation. And acquire a top secret SCI, clearance. The clearance system in America, it's different in other countries. Has a very specific genesis and purpose. The intelligence communities, the 17 big agencies, there are many, many other small ones inside various departments and armed services, but the 17 American federal intelligence agencies serve one person in government. Their job is to provide intelligence, raw, or finished intelligence, to help the president of the United States make national security and foreign policy decisions. That is the only reason they exist. In fact, the whole classification system for documents for clearances exists for the president. It doesn't serve the chairman of the joint chiefs. It is not subordinate to the Speaker of the House or the vice president. It serves the president. That is why, for example, the president can give a clearance to anyone he wishes to, likewise he can strip only he can strip a clearance from anybody he wants to. If he wants to give his best buddy from high school a top secret SCI, code word, SAP program clearance, he can. He can just click his fingers and make it happen, because this system works for him. It is predicated, it exists to serve him in protecting America as the commander in chief. Likewise, should he wish to strip someone in federal government in the executive as the chief executive, he can strip them instantly. So the idea that a president or former president is a misusing classified information is impossible. He could wrap his fish in chips in classified information. If he wanted to, he could declassify in theory every single classified document or piece of information in U.S. government, who caused chaos, but he has the power to do so.
Julie Kelly: DOJ Will Likely Indict Trump
"I think he was trying this kind of team arrivals approach where he figured all right it's sad that we're going to some of these rhinos but they're sellouts Let's take recommendations from a few of them assuming you know they'll do the right thing and work on behalf of the American people liberty freedom and all that stuff Well that's not what happened The minute they got in The White House they all screwed them over leaked to the media and started developing their own feet them 'cause they had no cojones you know So I think he did learn from that And I'm sure of it as a matter of fact And I think if there's a round two here in 2024 things are going to be really different I trust you I believe what you're saying and I do believe that that has to be true And now they've just taken it to a whole different level with the president and the people around him You know they've been rounding up his supporters now for 19 plus months Throwing them in jail detaining them for 16 17 18 months now delaying their trials You know this is very serious what this Justice Department is doing And I have no doubt that they will indict Donald Trump for something I don't think it'll just be because of this I think the raid helps create the optics to justify criminal charges either obstruction of an official proceeding conspiracy We could add tampering with evidence to that But this is all about optics and it's all about spin and no one does it better than the Democrats because they have the media in their pocket to help them with it But I think this is emboldened and outraged the base to also at a different level than and I'm sure you're hearing this all over the place
Lindor scores 3 more, Mets thump Reds for 6th straight win
"The mets jumped out early and pounded Cincinnati ten to two to sweep the three game series The mets have won 6 straight 15 of 17 and sit on top of the national league east at 73 and 39 Taiwan walker went 6 innings for his tenth win Often said a good job putting runs up early and can be scored at the first three or four innings and got a little cushion there and so it was just attacking my fastball and kind of get back into the groove Pete Alonso three hits adding his 96 RBI Daniel vogelbach three RBIs Francisco and door two hits two RBIs Mike thank you so New York
Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul
"The captain of the first grain ship to arrive out of Ukraine under an international agreement spoke to reporters at the dock in turkey Ahmet Eugene Ali Baylor is the man at the helm of the polar net of Turkish flagship that em loaded cargo at the Ukrainian port of chana Moors before the Russian invasion in February He says this sad incident happened war broke out in the port was under blockade by the Ukrainian military They were finally able to leave on Friday forming a convoy with two other ships in a harbor guide near Odessa then followed a predetermined 17 leg route through dangerous corridors that had been cleared and deemed The latitudes longitudes and positions were provided by the joint coordination center They arrived at the Turkish port of Dorinda today with the 12,000 ton load of grain The first of a dozen ships authorized to sail under the deal between Ukraine and Russia brokered by turkey and the United Nations I'm Jennifer King
Dominant deGrom pitches surging Mets to 5-2 win over Braves
"Jacob the Graham struck out 12 and carried a perfect game into the 6th inning as the mets beat the braves 5 to two to take four of the 5 game series The ground making his second start of the season and first at Citi Field and over a year retired his first 17 injuries and was excited to be back To prepare one day at a time you know we all have a goal here and everybody's pulling in that same direction It's great group of guys you know it's been fun to watch and then now being a part of it is awesome The mets now 6 and a half games in front of Atlanta and then national league east got two run doubles from Pete Alonso and Mark kana Brandon nimmo had three hits Mike mancuso New York
Parker, Sky beat Sun 94-91, set franchise's win record
"The sky have set a team record with their 25th win of the season 94 91 over the sun Candace Parker scored 18 points grabbed 12 rebounds and tipped the pass to Emma mesman for a three pointer with 28 seconds left Courtney van der sloot delivered 20 points 5 assists and four steals for the Eastern Conference leaders misen and an alley quickly each added 15 points for Chicago The sun wiped out a 17 point deficit and led 75 69 early in the fourth quarter before the sky went on a 15 four run John quail Jones had 17 points and ten rebounds for Connecticut I'm Dave ferry
Twins top Blue Jays 7-3 behind clutch Polanco, strong 'pen
"The twins beat the Blue Jays 7 to three to keep their two game lead over the guardians atop the AL central Jorge Polanco had a pair of two out RBIs Jose Miranda Homer and all star Luis Arias went three for 5 with an RBI Araya is double twice and scored on both of Polanco's clutch hits Those contributions allowed Minnesota to overcome Bo bichat's home run into the RBIs Blue Jays reliever Tim maze has suffered a dislocated non throwing shoulder while trying to field a bunt attempt in the 6th inning Vladimir Guerrero junior went two for 5 with a run scored extending his career high hitting streak to 17 games for the Blue Jays I'm Dave ferry
Jurors to visit still bloodstained Parkland school building
"Jurors in the trial of Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz are expected to visit the high school where the mass shooting happened The 12 jurors and tin alternates will be bused today to Parkland's marjory Stoneman Douglas high school where Nicholas Cruz killed 14 students and three staff members four years ago The building has been sealed and surrounded by a chain link fence and rooms inside the three story building are still blood spattered with bullet holes prosecutors are hoping to visit will help prove that the former stillman Douglas students actions were cold calculated heinous and cruel the 23 year old Cruz pleaded guilty in October to 17 counts of first degree murder This trial is only to decide whether he sentenced to death or life without parole I'm Donna water
Republicans Seem to Be Trending Well With Hispanics Long Term
"The fact is that the long-term trends for the Republican Party seem good, it's the short term choices that seem pretty weak right now. Take an example. MSNBC Steve kornacki, who's a data analyst. He is pointing out that Hispanics are now voting Democrat by a margin of about 13 points. That is down from 38 points. Here's kornacki last night. One of the major stories to emerge from the 2020 election, it was the shift we saw in the Hispanic vote. Democrats still won the Hispanic vote in 2020. You can see by 21 points. But that was down 17 points from 2016. Hillary Clinton won the Hispanic vote by 38 Joe Biden by just 21 and you know what? The trend seems to be continuing in 2022. What you're looking at here, this is the average of every poll we've got out there that's been taken over the last three months that looks at the Hispanic vote. And you put them all together, Hispanics are now voting democratic by just 13 points. So from 38 to 21, now down in the 2022 midterm polling to a democratic advantage of just 13 points okay, that is very bad news long term for the Democrats who have relied very heavily on the Hispanic vote breaking extraordinarily largely in their favor, for example, senatorial gubernatorial and presidential elections. So the long-term trendlines with regard to Republican politics here are actually really, really good.
UK authorities charge man arrested at castle with crossbow
"Prosecutors have charged a man with intending to injure or alarm and Britain's Queen after he was arrested at Windsor Castle on Christmas Day 2021 Just once sing Chael whose 20 has been charged under the treason act after allegedly being caught with a crossbow in the palace grounds an official says jail who's from the south coast city of Southampton had discharged or aimed firearms with intent to injure or alarm her majesty This is an offense under 1840 twos treason act He's also been charged with threats to kill and possession of an offensive weapon Jails in custody and will appear before a court on August 17
Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump
"I saw the headline, they're going to try to indict Trump from DoJ or investigating it. We did a little show on it. That's it. So I'm going to kind of be learning alongside the audience. So just forgive my ignorance on some of this stuff, but we've been on a lot of other stories. So we have a piece of tape here. This is, okay, tell us who Chris Miller is. Chris Miller was the acting Secretary of Defense at the end of the Trump administration when I was chief of staff. So he was the civilian in charge of the entire Department of Defense. Got it. So this is a minute and 17 second clip. It's Chris Miller. Testifying in front of the January 6th committee. This is the full tape, we're going to play this and then tell us the significance of it because at the surface it looked like this made Trump look really bad. Play cut 26. So what do we clear here that since then, in February 2021, Mark Meadows said on Fox News Fox News that quote, even in January, that was a given as many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the Secretary of Defense. Is there any accuracy to that statement? Not from my perspective, but I was never given any directional order or duo of any plans of that nature. So I was surprised by seeing that publicly. But I don't know the context or where it was. No, we obviously have plans for activating more of both. But that was not anything more than contingency planning. There was no official message traffic or anything of that nature. It just so we're clear you did not have 10,000 troops to be on the ready for January 6th. Prior to January 6th. A non military person probably could have some sort of weird interpretation but no, to answer your question. That was not part of my plan or the Department of Defense at this point. This sounds bad for Trump. Why am I wrong? So because a, it's a snippet, but I'll take it in reverse, right? He's right. We couldn't have legally had 10,000 troops on the ready. National guardsmen and women are everyday citizens, cops, doctors, teachers, homeschool nurses, whatever you. We have to pull them out of their everyday lives and bring them in. That's the only way to use domestic military law enforcement assistance. Not the everyday military. And what Chris said is a 1000% accurate. We didn't have on the ready because we had no request from Bowser and Pelosi to do so.
Trans Cheerleader Kicked out of Camp After Allegedly Choking Teammate
"Chanel medlock. And this guy says that he's a woman or a girl, and he says he's transgender. The guys huge. I mean, he's like big like a linebacker wearing a miniskirt with pom poms. That's who this guy is. So anyway, he got into it with one of the biological girls. And when I say girls, everybody else at the camp is under age, we're talking about young girls here, like 16, 17 years old, one of the girls, a 17 year old, pointed out rightfully so that mister medlock was in fact a man with man reproductive organs and that a man should not be on the girls team. And that set this dude off and there is video and it is awful and terrible and the words coming out of that man's mouth. The girls were so terrified, they locked themselves in a room, one of the girls called her father. And the father shows up and I got to tell you they should give this guy a medal for restraint. Because I suspect, like many of you had that been my daughter, there would have been a come to Jesus meeting. And I can assure you that the transgender dude would not have had pom poms. By the end of that encounter. So anyway, they called the police and the police come and the big grown man here, the big hulking transgender man. Says that he's the victim. And he actually told the girls that they should be adult enough to come out and confront him. The only adult in the room was the transgender man. So the police come and they, and then the guy confesses. This is what kills me. The guy confesses that he choked the girl, but he said he was just doing it in good humored fun. Just good natured fun. Is that what happens at cheerleading camp these days?
"17" Discussed on Behind the Bets
"Lay an under at 12 and a half, but it's just so hard to watch this Jacksonville offense with a struggling Trevor Lawrence throwing to probably the worst receiving core in the NFL. That line steamed all the way up to 17 too. Mac Jones, a rookie quarterback favored by 17 points. We hadn't seen a line that large in favor of rookie quarterbacks since 1987, which was the NFL strike season. And the last time we saw it in a non strike season was all the way back in 1976, but like you said the Patriots cover that number easily. They joined the cowboys as the only team this year with multiple 40 point wins. And they clinched a playoff spot. That's the surprising one of the other subplots is that Jamar chase now the favorite for offensive rookie of the year. So we just mentioned the Patriots playing. We mentioned the Bengals playing. That's why I wanted to bring it up. And I've been saying all along that the narrative is not a quarterback award necessarily. Production and sure enough, Jamar chase is finally here. A lot of the awards markets moved lapped this week. We can talk about a couple of them later on the show, but yeah, Jamar chase entering the week he was plus three 75. Now he's minus two 20. Mac Jones was minus four 50 entering the week. Now he's plus one 80. Jamar chase, winning a lot of people, their fantasy championships this week. Put up 55.6 fantasy points in PPR, the second most points we've seen by any player in championship week in the last 20 years, only behind Alvin Kamara last year when he had the 6 touchdown game, set the single game rookie receiving record, chiefs just had no answer for him on the outside he had 12 targets caught 11 of them, but yeah, it just shows the volatility of a lot of these future markets this week that you can see a guy go from minus four 50 last week, play well, put up 50 points in a win and now he's plus one 80 just because Jamar chase had a couple big games in a row. So these awards markets in the future, especially the ones that are voted on, very, very, very volatile. We can talk about some of the other movements if you want. But The Rookie of the year ones obviously the biggest one. Yeah, and I'm just, I feel vindicated because I was saying, look, chase is going to get there. Jason gonna get there because Mac Jones is not the narrative of the Patriots and I had a feeling they'd lose to the bills and whatever. Because roger's taking off and he's now what -400 or so. That's certainly I did not anticipate. I thought he would be more punishable by the voters based on some of the off the field stuff. But maybe I got a little too caught up in that. But it's so much of it is just handicapping the voters as much as you handicap the players. Let's go to Sunday Night football because Kirk Cousins being out move this line to double digits and it was not as sort of it wasn't as hyped or it wasn't as intense. We were just as excited with the cousins being no longer available in Shawn manion starting for the Vikings and this was all packers from the start. Well, I ruined the Shawn Megan started ruined the trend of every Vikings game being decided by a single digits. They had gotten 12 straight games decided by one score and then all of a sudden they get blown out last night by the packers. Perhaps there's a bigger gap between Kirk Cousins and Shawn Manuel and the odds makers indicated that line was about 6 and a half or 7 before the cousins injury had closed 12 and a half. So about a 5 and a half, 6 point move between Kirk Cousins and Sean Mannion. Packers go to 12 and four against the spread this year, tying Dallas for the best mark in the NFL, Lafleur 13 and four against the spread in prime time games. Packers are 5 O against the spread and prime time game this year. So they've really been cashing for betters who want to chase in these prime time games and like you mentioned Aaron Rodgers now -400 when MVP, he was minus one 70 entering the week. You could have gotten him at a pretty big number is just a couple of weeks ago, but I was completely with you on fading Aaron Rodgers just because I thought that sports writers will do it against him, but every other MVP candidate seems to fall in his face. After a week except for Tom Brady, but Brady had the national television shutout loss to the saints where he lost off his weapons, lost another weapon on Sunday, which we could talk about or not talk about doesn't matter. But Brady's od actually moved from plus 700 to plus 5 50. I thought 7 to one was some value on Brady and I looks like I'll get some closing line value on that. But like you said, this race is basically on ice. The packers clinched the one seat. So they don't really have anything to play for anymore. So you have to imagine that Rogers is going to win this award, but as we've seen, these awards can fluctuate a lot from week to week. Yeah, with roger's not playing getting the one seed. You have to visualize. What's the path to victory? We talk about in fighting MMA and boxing. What's the path to victory for the other contenders? I just don't think there is one. I agree with you. I mean, Brady, if you throw 6 touchdowns, 500 yards. Is he gonna pass? Rogers? I don't think so. I don't really think so they're playing that answer. Yeah, they're playing the Panthers, which is not exactly a marquee game. And one interesting with the line in that game is Tampa Bay hosting Carolina. That line is only Tampa Bay -8. So if that line is expecting Tampa Bay to play all their guys, that blinds definitely double digits, but the fact that it's only 8 tells you a lot, obviously Tampa Bay has been very banged up, especially on defense, and then the receiving core, but that 8 point line is a pretty juicy, if you think they're.
"17" Discussed on Murder In Alliance
"Then do absolutely believe he believes he didn't do it. I know that sounds confusing. Someone either committed murder or didn't right while we know that people can lie to themselves. They can block stuff how they can convince themselves that something is the truth even if it objectively as end they said joe seemed believable when he said he was innocent. For whatever it's worth they didn't sense he was lying to them l. We've got it. Keep pushing and jason humour things to figure out exactly what we believe. And i asked the question that would change everything. Do we have a timeline for him. What is his story. We don't have the time line that we would like to have the events of that night. Is that what we're asking all take you know there's just And there is a version of events that he's sticking to yes so to answer your question yes. There is version of events that he's sticking to now the fall of question is what's that version of events and and And this is where joe's story gets even more complicated than we ever imagined coming up next time on murder in alliance. He would have been screaming from the rooftops for a long time. That was really the case fled or she insists this kind man snaps because yvonne just doesn't want to have sex with him. I mean a false sitting here right now on the joe.
"17" Discussed on Murder In Alliance
"Around his confession. What what he said. I've been in the system. My whole life since i was one year old. Either foster care or you know jail prison. I've been in the system on tower live on and we worked trying to make him no not at all. It was very natural. Yeah we were passing messages along to him that we told people we've been passed along to his face to face at that moment. He turned his body sideways because his eyes were filling up with tears and it was touching raw. Because like this guy who's still care. He has love people. He has friendships and bonds He been in nineteen years old just having turned nineteen. He's forty one forty one now for the attitude for him to have the attitude positively and hope that he has a good example for the rest of the guys really liked joe. But that's not why you're listening. You want to know what joe had to say happened. The night of march thirty first nineteen ninety nine. So something else. I don't know about me. I am going to be in mexico. This january been before i love it but i've been frustrated in the past because i don't speak spanish and that's challenging when you're in a different country to not speak the language thankfully there is babble. The number one selling language learning app through babbel's bite-size lessons you'll learn new language skills that you can actually use in the real world greetings menus directions to gain deeper understanding of the culture. Babble is a travel essential and for real. I have tried all sorts of language learning apps in the past and babble by far my favorite other language learning apps. Who's a i've further. Lesson plans but babble lessons were created by over one hundred language experts. And i can confirm this. I've taken private. Spanish lessons and the lessons are so similar. They're teaching method has been scientifically proven to be effective. Start your new language. Learning journey today with apple right now when you purchase a three-month babble subscription don't get an additional three months free that six months for the price of just three and there's so much you could do in six months to take that trip of your dreams and learn a new language. Just go to babble dot com and use promo code maggie. that's b. a. b. b. e. l. dot com code mackey babble language for life. Y'all anna louisa is a sponsor of murdering alliance and i love this because n. louis says mission is closely aligned with my personal values and louisa is a carbon neutral jewelry brand. They create fine jewelry starting with recycled materials whenever possible transparent business practices and small batches. That are kind to the earth. Before i even say more. I'll just say ana luisa dot com slash alliance to go treat yourself to get ten percent off an a. l. i. s. a. an even before the ten percent. Their jewelry is affordable starting at just thirty nine dollars and timeless. I just got the Necklace which is fourteen carat gold with a gorgeous green courts stone in the middle. This necklace is perfect for every day. Or when i want to dress up for a event new jewelry collections are released every friday seriously. Every time i go on the website they have a new rotation of jewelry. One of the earrings i just bought is already gone. So there's always something for everybody again. You can go to ana luisa dot com slash alliance for ten percent off. That's an a. l. u. i s. a. dot com slash alliance. I absolutely recommend ann. Lewis for yourself or for gifts. They're a great brand making beautiful sustainable jewelry so go check out in a louisa. Support this podcast by supporting them. Anna louisa dot com slash alliance or use code alliance at.
"17" Discussed on Murder In Alliance
"Once. We finally got permission from joe wilkes to speak with sam. Pegg joe's best friend from high school. The floodgates opened. Sam told us that she loves joe and doesn't believe he killed yvonne lane march thirty first nineteen ninety nine but regardless she also said he told her months after the murder that he did it and he told her that before. The murder even happened. That david thorne yvonne's boyfriend wanted joe to get rid of her. I know david wanted him to okay. And i was under the impression that they've was gonna pay him to. Did he tell you that david wanted him to do that. He did he tell you that multiple times. Okay okay before. It happened or like months before we had never heard this before. This was never in any of her statements to the police or grand jury and we consider she was making it up but for what purpose sam even said but i guess you gotta get david out too. So why would she implicate david. If she thinks helping joe requires david getting out. Well if she was telling us the truth for she knew and sam did tell us that she wasn't going to bring up any more information to the police or on the stand than what they told her. Joe had said and joe did not say this so if none of this was known to the police. She wasn't about to tell them. How confident are you. The joe had made mention his friend. David wanted his wife killed before it happened. Actually david had some party so they joe have been telling you for some time that david wanted him to do this. Okay and did you think that at any point in time he was actually considering doing it now. Okay or do you believe that. David masterminded it. No i do. That's my gut feeling He wanted it. And i think he would just find i. I would say as you would always looked up to date whenever day. Moving paul week. I remember driving over david's Time especially when david Divorced now started out there. Like it's interesting. Sam mentioned these details. Of course we know that. You von and david were not married and all kids were not david's but sam didn't sam didn't care one way or another. None of this meant anything to her and to us. This just shows how little sam was actually involved or has paid attention to the case. She even told she has other shake going on and doesn't read the news or watch. Tv so the fact that she remembers these details although not accurate does tell us. She's telling the truth about what she remembers. You know david. And he's just telling you buddy miles. And i look up to once killed his wife and let them assiduously would never do anything. He would never live but did he. We were baffled. Of course we considered the possibility. David was involved but we had never come across any evidence other than what was presented at trial until now and this was new something even the police did not know. So what was going on. We had one more person to talk to you before. We confronted joe a few years back. A woman reached out to sue on facebook. She wrote her a message saying that she had information about the night of the murder. That could help. She had seen something about david. And joe either on social media or tv and it sparked her memory so we tracked her down to hear from her ourselves. We're now but my boyfriend has time we saw in there that night. We know at night time. This is jill. I'll leave her last name. Out for privacy sake. Jill told sue the night of the murder. She was at the mall with her husband. And they bumped into joe. Outside of the comfort in jill new joe from school. They were actually good friends. We just saw him and he's like yeah. I'm saying at this hotel room the night you know and so you'll bumped into him at the mall. Okay staying the night. There and his friend was picking the morning. Does he say what he was doing their pay mark. Good though gel. That's it. that's it birthday. Party swing party or something. He asks one in command. There was pizza. I'm like no. We're good like he was like. Hey you know. My friends kid is having a power birthday party. Do you guys want to bring you know on the island because we had a baby nine. Yeah the right there as he was starting to was a party like no like no good so he said it was a friend of his kid. Okay i think it's interesting. We were looking for a high school. Kager party we never put it together that it could have been a friend's child or they party now one of joe's previous statements about what he was doing at the mall that night. He said he was actually attending a party. That was the purpose of him being there. And now we have jill telling us the same thing. In fact joe even tried to call jill from prison to get her to be an alibi for him. And i mean i never but give me thinking like you know maybe and tell somebody some at the mall but then it's like it's not really that big of a deal so i saw somebody mall one nightmare right so i'm sure it's just a coincidence and whatever but the so what is now we have corroboration that one of the stories joe told us about being the mall for party might be true and now we're more confused than ever. If joe was at the mall for a party. Was he going to leave. Poff a hit and come back. I would think not but then. How do you explain rose and chris who are backed up by sam. I don't know it was so confusing and so it was finally time to talk to joe wilkes. Y'all i am so excited to tell you once again that pretty litter is a sponsor of murder in alliance. And i'm excited about that because everything i do for. My cats is rooted in love. 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"17" Discussed on Murder In Alliance
"Yeah y'all one of my all time. Favorite podcasts on the planet is true. Crime bullshit with josh hallmark and it is back on october seventh and continues the investigation into the crimes of enigmatic serial killer israel keyes since the podcast launched in two thousand eighteen. Josh hallmark has broken down much of the keys. Mythology identified multiple likely victims and worked with criminal profiler 's retired fbi agents forensic experts and local law enforcement agencies across the country to link or rule keys out in dozens of unsolved missing persons cases as retired. Fbi agent. bobby. Tacoma put it if anyone is going to find answers in the case of israel keyes. It's host josh hallmark previously on murder. Alliance then it sounded like a woman's voice. I really don't want to say anything that. Because i'm tired of injected in the middle of it. Not the middle have been for either here so you remember seeing him my access the now but my boyfriend at the time we saw in there that night if joe's getting her permission so to speak to talk with us you think joe's not worried about what she's going to tell us truly honestly believe he didn't do it. I know david wanted him to. And i was under the impression that you've been paid to.
"17" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"A so funny smashing thought crime. Now frazier actually cisse's it was another one. I was thinking of it. It wasn't that not frazier. Everybody loves him. But i think that modern after it was i would have been okay. Good shut that one nine three birthday presents that inappropriate doodo edible underwear and a vibrating. These yeah i'll give it to a higher loss on the israel name. Three ways to cure hanging over a banana. Baraka water paddle probably brooke award bananas proven to be the best thing for hangover. Might a few weeks ago. You told us to breathing deeply so given it to the vet the to always felt like i was hung. On you walk break-up we'd be planted To give me three words ending in the lettuce head of any these with geez. Aw fouls cows calls well. That was bad name three times. It is okay to swear at your mom in the sporting arena. You can't swear your mom. Oh where your mom. And dad Brought you up better than the fire. Out what what you could sway. Probably if you have a hidden animal indycar don that hit kangaroo. Kanga hit me so i don. It's the real story is driving evolving. Went bang lock that into the sort of you. It's fucking thing. i'm not joking. Always driving almost one hundred k's now and the thing came out from behind a bush ran into the side of my car. Do i remember this. Yeah think no you went into would definitely if you're in the car in the car. But i think. I remember having a damaged door and chlorine this not a claw but what's it going out from the kangaroo. It bounced off what nothing happened. It was fine but that's not the most bizarre thing. The weirdest thing with animals have been carved. Is you remember to punch in. The head was funny interrupt. You know how people luck kids. Teenagers do stupid sheets for can film it and stuff Imagine if the kangaroos becomes you're gonna even show to the sort of his car. Yeah fuck you want to. On the it was like marker. She ran into my car. it was full on. It was a good hip and shoulder. I'm telling you. I had this incident where you remember. I used to live in a pretty area ranchera belly. Actually you always driving up royden forever on the road bank road. Windebank windbags. okay. It's really thin. Narrow want roy these and had hates of like gum. Tracy the sought of a lot of vegetation. And i'm driving there at about eleven taught and i'm coming. What is like the devil's elbow corner. Which is like almost like a forty five degree. Turn ever slow right in a camera on that and then back up and say these thing in the middle of the ride of fire is that fox get closer and it's a possum and i'm thinking oh no and i don't want to slow down because it's rock before this corner and i'm thinking i'm going to get cleaned up but thinking that soya. Nah i'll say the headlights. And maybe do something. So i slide in my car. And i have i hit looking around. Can't say anything. I spend probably another thirty seconds looking random. What not on the side of the road or anything must've scattered drove another minute and a half two minutes home and keep in mind going probably sixty seventy now..
"17" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"Should probably talk your sons dead. But i've got a great opportunity. View money for the funeral are up so as that marks not here today. It's a one on one battle of us. Rick to give me five questions that after answering three seconds and vice versa. Pass the little. What do we call this. Call the one the wand article. I really echo name three sports that have a world cup soccer v hockey volleyball. Did you get that yup. Does volleyball have a world cup. Dining it does it does if you don't know until you head is don't rot. That's the problem i would have gone. We'd like rugby soccer cricket. I don't blame you. Okay are hot loops on. I hope i'm the one got the one hand for the first time name. Three things to do to kick that to pay three things to do to get kicked out of a sporting match. Drink too throw a cop on the field and swear at security myself batik. I have got good job. Has it feel fuzzy. I can see why you guys that are addicted to this very good. You can go masturbate into that jumper after. I'm probably will to listen back to this name. Three reasons to rob a bank to get money to pay a bad debt and to get back to the banks because their dog's name three ingredients you would find in a tomato pumpkin and a thing eggplant soap know. Yeah fucking to. I was trying to think of the other one. The thing onion garlic onion was too little too. It's fucking plant fucking now. It's martin martin to give you your name. Three animals that have for dog obey and apollo bay and the penguin penguin zaffiri tight. Lock it that. I'm giving it to you. You're just to the fact that it's england. Fucking penguin has a very penguins either. I'll have to watch these bloody national geographic shows with mark. So i know all about penguins. Good good name three. Tv shows from the ninety s friends so unfilled and how your sisters.
"17" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"Afternoon good evening. Lonely to not on feels we might. I'm looking tomorrow. And there's no one there well clans to the left of me jokers to the right now. The joke might no mark to not go as Shit wake she fought not actually. It's been ship for a bit actually a fair bit favorite of sickness going around colds flus coughs yesterday. Yeah he was feeling unwell than always feeling really on well bed awake and a half and then you go really fucked up and yeah. He's still he's still struggling and that would explain why unfortunately goes. There was no episode for sunday. 'cause last week we're all fucked. Yep yep and this week some of us still us so there's a good possibility which is one hundred percent. They won't be sunday absurd this week but then next monday i think going to get together and try and pump out the two for next week. So we'll get we'll get. It is interesting. Though is a favorite of sickness going around. And i think this i don't know. Is it called season or something but this time around everyone that i know. That's gotten seek normal. You get a cold and you shake it in a couple of days now at least on longer why longer secret covid sacred must be. I was thinking when the cold went through shit. Oh jesus sorry. When the code went through house boys had it felt really bad. Kids know what to do. You get a bit of a flamy throw it. And they cough up into their mouth and swallowed again. Never goes away so that bad. But i was thinking where is social responsibility versus just convenience coming and the reason i was thinking that is mostly with seek and it's probably locked. Nothing's probably just a cold but to be socially responsible should go and get him. Covered tested wrought bumped him in the car. I drive down to the doors right testing station and there was a bit of a law block. 'cause queued at the front to the back of the queue and they had a sign at the front. Sorry not on that point of the cue that said from this point onwards. There's approximately a three hour white until you get tested half hour from the actual ten off fairway. So it's like in the re pat and all the cars were lined up wrought down doors ride and just around onto winston avenue. Wow and so. I'm sitting there going three hours. Run with a kid in cal- gridlock. And i'll just want that isn't gonna happen. So let's be socially responsible get tested if you go any symptoms all that sort of stuff. It just went right at the fucking window. And i went to hide basket ed white. I'm just gonna take him home. Give him some vitamin say. Even with that would you've without him. Would you have sat there three hundred. yeah see. i wouldn't may covid testing clinic literally three hundred from my house. And when i was sick a nine not not because i was like. I don't wanna get tested. I just couldn't be fought a that's bad too like i should have didn't basically stayed home the whole time anyway by the world we live in today is all about what's convenient for me. That's.
"17" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"Afternoon good evening. Lonely to not on feels we might. I'm looking tomorrow. And there's no one there well clans to the left of me jokers to the right now. The joke might no mark to not go as Shit wake she fought not actually. It's been ship for a bit actually a fair bit favorite of sickness going around colds flus coughs yesterday. Yeah he was feeling unwell than always feeling really on well bed awake and a half and then you go really fucked up and yeah. He's still he's still struggling and that would explain why unfortunately goes. There was no episode for sunday. 'cause last week we're all fucked. Yep yep and this week some of us still us so there's a good possibility which is one hundred percent. They won't be sunday absurd this week but then next monday i think going to get together and try and pump out the two for next week. So we'll get we'll get. It is interesting. Though is a favorite of sickness going around. And i think this i don't know. Is it called season or something but this time around everyone that i know. That's gotten seek normal. You get a cold and you shake it in a couple of days now at least on longer why longer secret covid sacred must be. I was thinking when the cold went through shit. Oh jesus sorry. When the code went through house boys had it felt really bad. Kids know what to do. You get a bit of a flamy throw it. And they cough up into their mouth and swallowed again. Never goes away so that bad. But i was thinking where is social responsibility versus just convenience coming and the reason i was thinking that is mostly with seek and it's probably locked. Nothing's probably just a cold but to be socially responsible should go and get him. Covered tested wrought bumped him in the car. I drive down to the doors right testing station and there was a bit of a law block. 'cause queued at the front to the back of the queue and they had a sign at the front. Sorry not on that point of the cue that said from this point onwards. There's approximately a three hour white until you get tested half hour from the actual ten off fairway. So it's like in the re pat and all the cars were lined up wrought down doors ride and just around onto winston avenue. Wow and so..
"17" Discussed on Euro 2020 by Keith & Pinak
"Hey guys to be napping all be joining us. Podcast custody lays time for the rematch of today. Six matches starting off with talk to eat in love this low vodka which is happening at six thirty in the standard time i think sweden win one zero an important match sweden if they go in they will be got a qualification spot if those sweden windows race for qualifying think that's going to be a good match. It's going to happen today. A dank dmed necmettin going to be between croatia and czech republic. I think the odds are going to be an important match. Sticking dot com collision as important for this might because i. I think it's going to be imported that croatia. Well in this match right. Good goal margin just qualify techrepublic if they win this match by the chicken really good form. I think it's going to google. It could go both way. But i'm gonna predict croatia czech republic one two one to croatia. England worse gotten will be the next mileage op-ening fake odiham tomorrow and the group d match of and i think and squadrons bombed issues do gay. Might go for me. A dang england is going to win the match. Easy lee adding scotland is the fighting is going to be a good match with england is gotten managed to going to be important for this race in the knockout stages so i think england will windows threes. I think that's what's going to happen in this. Big problem with scotland is going to match. The next night is between hungry. In france and i think hungry is going to win. The should win that. I hope that that. But i think they should think they deserve very at the unfortunate that they've come in such a tough group. I think france. Google franz as we do nil france. This is important. And i think this is going to be. The next is going to be in portugal in germany. I think portugal is going to win to do knit. Ding rondos in superb and. I think germany's mounting the going to win and go through the novelties. Last night for today going to be between spin and portland now. These are in dire need of win. And i think both these teams have a dire need to win and they also have a good to give win and what else is going to be important for both teams come chance to qualify for knock out stages because they both had lost one de lost points in matches missing sweden costs and also gave a big loss against slovakia. Despite be a big problem but i think spain's bomb team completely will carry out and limited so we see on the outside or the polls marcus station but..
"17" Discussed on Afternoon Delight
"I hope he doesn't make you bleed. This is GONNA BE TMI. Bit and It was like so painful felt like the next day I just cannot sit. So I had not had anal for a really really long time after that. But when I got into like I, don't know I was like twenty three years old for some reason I was just like I really wanted to do anal. I feel like I'm GonNa like it. So I had brought it up to Silver Fox and for some reason, like he wouldn't fuck me in the as was like what the fuck for one night we got drunk and for some reason I apparently really wanted anal all we were drunk and we ended up having ill and I swear to God like that was like the best sex that I had ever had at that point in time. So. Your first experience traumatized you and a Silver Fox came in and made you love it. Yes like it was so different I mean I was drunk. So I think that I will obviously I. Wasn't paying attention to the pain part like I was just really enjoying the pleasurable thing to were after that moment Silver Fox had moved up to Montana. So when he would visit, we would have anal. So fucking much like that was basically all we were having like. I became addicted to it. I really loved it, and then we did that for almost a year and then we stopped for a really really long time, and then these past few months has been different. We've been having a lot more anal sex and I love it so. It's weird like I can love anal. There has to be a lot of lubricant and you have to make sure that you're completely emptied out. There's nothing you know inside a you. That is scary because then if there is even a little something that you didn't let out whenever he pumps, you're gonNA feel that and it's not comfortable. It makes you feel like you're going to use the restroom on him and it's it's yeah it's just it's a total mood killer..
"17" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted
"Tuchus about the riders. Your we have a great group of riders about eight of us. It's Roberto Ben Abi. But who was my boss on weeds and has always been my partner crime. We've worked on a bunch of shows together the brink sixty eight whiskey shows created. And then we have cody Heller. Who is so funny and created a show called dummy on Qube. It's coming out jazz waters. Who came off of this US Mike? Innovate she's a terrific. Screenwriter is reading the sequel to beetlejuice are we have Joe Mazza Reno who was the head writer of Sesame Street for many many years and I think twenty five Emmys for putting Murray Monster so obviously he was an essential higher. And we've got Hilary Graham from oranges and you black and Dylan our assistant. Who wrote episode nine with me this year and I think that's it at the beginning of the season you and the writers discuss what's GonNa Happen. And where are we going to take these characters? This season talked about that process. Well I think you know. The writers in process is something that is unique to television and really is about putting people in a room with different opinions and different backgrounds and having really creative and constructive arguments about these people. We love who we've all fallen in love with. And what are we going to do to them? What ARE THEY GONNA learn? How are they going to do it? And Season Two was united around a theme of. Can you turn back time and out of that came a lot of really smart pitches from the group about creative ways? You could do that. And involve the magic and involve the wish fulfillment of a character who really does want to put his family back together. Even though one is gone and I think that we were able to do it. In a way that you're fighting off the melancholy and embracing the hope that comes with that journey and also you have hilarious actors so you're always as a writer's room feeling it's okay if on the wall. It looks really sad or really dramatic. Because you're going to execute it in a way that balances that off with wit and grace and Jim Carey one of the funniest live but in terms of parking out storylines. I mean we just have a big room with a Lotta whiteboards and we try to do the thing that scares. That sounds the most challenging. And how do you do that in the half hour and we only have ten half hours of television and we're very ambitious so it's a struggle. Do you ever have occasions where you actually shoot stuff? And it has to wind up on the cutting room floor shortly. That happens all the time especially in the comedy. You're always trying to tighten it down to half hour or less just to keep it moving but there were a couple of scenes. I think we cut out story in the finale of season one of Mattie running away that just felt a little besides the point when we finally went in the editing room. Mattie is Catherine keener character's daughter in season two Maddie's character is my favorite one of her Christmas gifts as an ax. To drag around the floor. Yeah she likes the sound it makes. We realize that her deadpan. Dr Christina Ricci. Delivery of things was something we wanted to really throw our various talents into trying to write things for her and she does not disappoint or I seen her parents getting divorced and Christmas Eve and they've gotten everything on your Christmas list including a large axe which you know checkoff says If you bring in a Christmas rap acts in the first episode it's got to go off by the tenth. Are you on the set for every few? Yeah talked about the atmosphere on the set. It varies every day. It's a very ambitious show. And we demand a lot from the crew and the actors and thankfully everybody is game to push themselves. We did a survey miraculous seen in season one. That was a minute and forty two second one that followed a woman over five years of her life and we had fifty crew members. Changing the set around here is the camera never cut and used three body doubles and two dogs in the kitchen sink and it took six hours of rehearsal and the goodwill of a lot of people and not a lot of half are comedies on television will ask that of their crew to do and we're constantly finding ways to raise the bar in terms of the same attack. Affi we do the creative swings. Take and deputy went viral of the behind the scenes of how we made that and I think a similar like tell me more. People have watched that clip in a Red Tequila. Mockingbird I think forty five million people have seen that or forty five million views of that ninety second part of our show and far less for the rest of the show but onset. I would say that everybody is trying to one up themselves and they're giving creative license to do it. I think when you have a show that has Jim Carrey Michelle Guidry Katherine Frank. Names above it. You can't just show make a regular TV show. You've got to ask the most of everybody and so I WANNA stretch Jim. I WANNA see him. Do Funny Jim. I want to see him dance. WanNa see him saying I wanNA push to his length because I want to give the audience everything with Franklin Jello. I WANNA see him chew the scenery. I WANNA see him. Tear down that wall. I really want to see the Nixon show up. I WanNa see all sides of Judy greer. I want to remind the audience that she's not just the best friend in Iran comment. She's actually incredibly capable dramatic actress. And with Catherine. I want to do the opposite. I want to remind people that she's actually really funny. And so when you get to our set. It's a constant feeling of ambition and collaboration and got it can get stressful and it can be difficult but so is the hike up ever see you know and then you're like look what we did. I hope everyone thinks that. At the end of the season so talks about one of the best moments on set the S. We had a pretty crazy day. That could've gone really bad and turned out really good and what happened was we. Were shooting actually seen. That was at the end of episode. Four where Deirdre and Scott or the lawyer's office across the table from each of his lawyers and there's Catherine and there's her husband and then there's the two lawyers and there's two extras playing lawyers and then there's an extra as to Naga for in the background. Pretty simple seen. I mean. It's complicated that there's a lot of angles to cover. All I know is I was at a production meeting downstairs while they were shooting. That upstairs in real conference room at Sony and when I got out of the meeting about two hours later I got upstairs rose. They had not shot a thing and I was running upstairs to figure out why this delay it turns out that one of the actors we had hired to play a supporting role for whatever reason was unable to perform that day and we had a moment where we realized okay. We need to replace an actor very very quickly and luckily I had cast my friend from weeds. Andy Milder to play one of the lawyers and I gave him the lawyer with the fewest lines. And then there's a lawyer who kind of drove the scene. Who had to leave last minute? And I said Andy. So you've got about ten minutes right now to learn the other part and you're gonNA go switch and play the other lawyer and you're gonNA memorize this whole chunk yesterday because we have to shoot and Andy was like yeah. I'm up I'm in and he memorized this huge chunk of dialogue and then I realized we needed a lawyer. Not a play his part who had like three lines. And I pointed to one of the extras dressed lawyer and I said hey any chance you're an actor and this guy who's lovely. Whose name was John Polite. I swear to God and it turns out it was also I believe a reverend he also has a church loveliest man and I pulled him into a kitchenette and I said. Can you just read these three lines to me? It's an audition and He was great and we cast him as the lawyer from being an extra who just showed him to work that day and where he was so good we brought him back for a second episode to play the lawyer again so he went from being a a lovely extra to being a recurring actor on kidding but people really stepped up that day. It was kind of exciting. Could've gone south but Everyone got a nice story and I sent my assistant across the street to the liquor store and got everybody champagne that day but it was a nice one. So I'm going to ask you the opposite of that. What keeps you up at night. I I mean I'm a writer so empty white pages. Keep me up at night but We do have a good amount of time to write the scripts before we shoot this thing. Thankfully it's just about raising the bar and about being given an opportunity. Don't WANNA waste. No one wants to finally get there and then have the place burned down around you but they say I think that as a show goes on and you're in season two and it's your second summer at summer camp with all these wonderful people you really do form shorthand that is invaluable and Jim and I haven't collaborating for almost three years now and I really value his partnership and we get each other more we day one and that makes everything easier and same with Catherine Judean and frankly everybody just kind of gets along better and understands the dynamic and I think that makes everything just flow. It's interesting what's happened because of the nature of streaming video and what that affords Scott almost to the point that there's some people say I don't want to go back to features having too much fun and television as a writer one hundred percent hundred percent. I mean not just the ability to sort of make what you WANNA make. But television is a writer's medium and features are directors medium. And no matter how much personal blood sweat and tears I put it into a screenplay I still have to hand it over to somebody else and television which is now kind of where the eyeballs are. Anyway I have to see that through from beginning ten even if you bring on a cinematic genius Michelle Guidry. He can only be so many places at once. He can only direct a couple episodes of that thing so someone has to be the consistent voice through it and then television. Luckily that's the writer. And so if I could be anywhere I would be writing a TV show with movie people. Because essentially I will try to sell a movie and try to get someone like Jim attached and that will take years and I get to go to work the next day and if I come up with a scene the night before we get to shoot it so we can come up with ten movies a season and that's that's the golden age of television and in your spare time. Are you going to open that Bagel shop? I actually have a pie company and really yeah. It's a half joke because my mom had a bakery growing up and I make a lot of Pie and my wife made me a logo of my fictional pie company and so once a year around Christmas executives and people who have been especially kind of over the year. Get a high from the hosting pie company branded and load. Yeah that's great. Yeah I get the sense that this has got to be the most rewarding thing you've ever done absolutely one hundred percent because I somehow luck my way into a major television network. Just saying right whatever creatively inspires you and you have these actors in these directors and this crew to do it and so there's nothing literally nothing we can't come up with and not make and that never happens to a creative in. Hollywood it would never happen to me in screenwriting on my feature side. I certainly couldn't do this on a broadcast network by just the combination of being. It's showtime and having these people like Michelle and Jim who set a very high bar you kind of have to come to work and give it your all because how many times can you come to work and give it your all where they'll actually make it. So yeah I I take the show very personally and I take the opportunity to make it very personally Dave Holstein. Thank you so much for joining us. You guys.
"17" Discussed on Conversations With Russ
"There's a scripture in revelations that says when we get away from god or when we become lukewarm to repent and do the first works over again think about this when a first comes to faith in christ. Their hearts are burning. They're excited about god and they never miss church and they read the bible and they go to prayer meeting and they share their faith right and in so but then if they begin to cool off or maybe they just flat out got cold. Yeah totally backslid. The way of the world. How do you get back into spiritual shape. Well we go back and do the same things we did when we first came to christ Open the bible again back to prayer meeting back to church with some regularity and we do the same. Things is kind of like this. Okay like remember when you started dating okay so when you started dating what do you do. You hold hands And you walk arm-in-arm and you kiss and you hold the door for her right. You do all these nice things you know when you're in love and then the relationship gets cold right. We don't hold hands anymore you know. We're sleeping on each side of the bed right and we don't say those i love us anymore instead of holding the door we just get the and and if a per a person if you fall in love with spouse go back and go out to dinner again of good sit by candlelight again play play. Play some sexy music again. I've tried to solve the internal struggle song like three times. A lady commodores or sexual healing. Oh no not that one. But remember barry white i mean. That's romantic is. What i'm saying is and you hold the hands again. And you go out on a date night again when a couple drifts away from each other go back and do the things you did. That made you fall in love. Yeah and when a person falls away from the lord go back and do the things that your heart was lit up for when you first came to christ and that'll get you back into shape. It's really good not even charging you for that not even charging. I'm gonna go put on some barry white now. The whole shows free wells a rice and that note four thirty. I'm going home light. A candle put on very light. It is to deal with me. Were opened and he walked right on through. So we're really glad that you joined us here for conversations with the thanks. Pest ruben efforts earned for coming up with the questions and all of that. We're really glad that you join us. We have a lot of fun with this. But hope the hope that you've found a gold nugget somewhere in all of this and we even remembered your love for barry white man broke it saying and But hey we'd really love to invite you out to the fountain of life this sunday if you don't have a home church nine o'clock and eleven o'clock go to our website.
"17" Discussed on Conversations With Russ
"Because it's it's a pro-abortion abortion and pro gay rights and pro gay marriage and so christians have been a lot of christians not all a lot of christians beat up on the democratic platform for that right then. There are christians who are democrats who fight back against the republican platform because it comes off as pro rich yep and not helping the poor. Yeah pro war. Yeah and lacking measures for peace. I'm not that's not my call. I'm just saying what the perception is out there. republican christians hating on the democratic platform for their issues on gay marriage and abortion rights and then christian democrats aiding the republican platform shore because pro war if you will or all for the rich and not for the poor. Jesus was for the poor in the margin right and so there are there. Are there more to the each platform but we have to take a really good look at what the scriptures say and. I hate to say this but it comes down to which is the lesser of two evils. And sometimes it makes me want to not want to vote at all slink almost freeze. You know what i mean. It's not it's not for the sake of not doing your civic duty or whatever it is and it's just you there's none of it's nice none of it's pretty none of it's clear what the exact right answer is and so it. It almost makes you freeze and be like i. I just don't know what to do. And you can find. You can find. I'm sure in in in both platforms. Where there is things that really don't line up with the scriptures But each one musee each one. We believe that we have to open our bible. And i would you know what i would do i would do. I would find what what each party's platform stands for. Yeah i would you want to be an educated voter. Not just a father was a republican..
"17" Discussed on Conversations With Russ
"We couldn't go to the carnival. My a my uncle was like you can't even go to a football game. It was just it was just. It was way off. There was nothing wrong with a football game or or carnival but But we have to. We have to be careful in our entertainment choices that we don't pollute our mind with a lot of this world's crapping and so you know people say well. Is it wrong to listen to secular music. Well i don't think so. I listen to secular music. So is that okay. I this conversations with ross. Now he's totally cop it out. You know there's some there's there's there's good love song secular and there's some really bad bad junk out there. The tuxedo shirt gang violence and rape and yeah and abusing women. We have to guard our heart. There are some movies are movies. Like i guess. Your what's your thing. You're going through the night of injures endgame. I'm sure that's a good movie. It's you may want to avoid fifty shades of grey. Yeah that's a good idea. I now know the answer is no. I'll answer but we have to guard our. I think if it's if the music or the movie even is full of vulgarity and take god's name in vain full of lustful images that are going to send your mind trip and And we have to be careful to avoid. The bible says that will void the very appearance of evil to guard your heart so whether it's music or a movie or a place we're going to go. You know well out clubbing. Or whatever we have to guard our heart so sort of come off as my wonderful parents or the early days of church and say you can't do this. You can't go here. You can't do that no no. no we. Don't have rules like that. I think we all have to be careful that we guard our heart and we guard guard our mind. Yeah because this is the gate right here this mind. This is the gate the gate. Are you with me. Broaden the gay and there's the ear gate we have to be careful that we don't allow the poison of this world to come in and pollute our mind. And i think we have to look at it that way. Yeah and i think that's really good. It's not to say that anything that doesn't perfectly and directly promotes. The name of jesus should all be thrown out of course not. I don't think we're saying anything along. Those lines were saying is kind of mirroring what what scripture says in philippians four eight says finally brothers and sisters whatever is true and noble whatever is right whatever is pure and lovely and admirable excellent praiseworthy..
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"Weekend for sure by the way. If you don't have a home church you're listening to us or watching live on facebook. Found of life is just a great place to grow at your faith community. Make some new friends and we invite you hear any sunday at nine or eleven. Now if you're listening to facebook going give some instructions on how to do all that. Jared have you if you if you go right on our facebook page. If you're watching this video you can see right below you. That you'll see like comment and share go f- feel free to go ahead and click that share button and just be able to share that with all of your friends will show up in their facebook feeds as well and that way we can continue to to share about this whole this whole shows about which is really trying to struggle with some things in our faith and we don't have all of the answers but we're just here to be able to to share some things some experiences that we have had and hopefully help you continue on the faith journey that you're on so yeah definitely Share that share this video with everybody. Yeah we we really. We love the show because we get to wrestle with some real live questions that christ followers are are dealing with today. Yeah and so. I think we're ready to jump in our we. We sure are okay. Let's go and speaking of some of the questions that we're talking about today. There's a very today is a very important day for me. I can't wait to hear this. It's very important because tonight. I'm going to watch avengers endgame mom and that means a lot to me as somebody who has a deep deep affinity for spiderman specifically free. I'm really excited to see the redemption happen here. So i i have no idea what he's even talking about it's fine. I'll be preparing my sunday message. So much more spiritual that's fine that's fine so that that provokes this question here how does a christian make faith-based decisions about entertainment choices. Wow good question you go. I teed it up so nice okay. Read the question one more time. The question and the question is how does a christian faith based decisions about entertainment choices. Well you know we have. We have a lot of choices to make right. And now i think they're important choices to yeah for sure. There's a scripture that says this it says that we should guard our heart. It's got now. And i think that i think that whenever we whether it's music that we're listening to two places we're going things that we're doing. We need to guard our heart now back in the day way before way back i mean. I grew up in pentecostal faith. Assembly of god could do anything right now. That was good. I mean a you can go to a high school football game right and i thought it was a horrible sin to go to carnival how fun i'd rides and stuff like. I was so deprived kit deprived. This is the thing. I didn't come to faith until i was seventeen. My parents didn't really care about any of that stuff. So i hear stories like this. All the funds. Yeah i did i. I didn't fun started. I didn't get a bike televise. Nine you couldn't go to the carnival or still bitter about that Couldn't go to the carnival. I remember you couldn't you couldn't go to the movies. Jaws was the first movie. I ever seen a rated r. I snuck into see. How old were you. i don't know i was. I just remember. I couldn't go to the movies..
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"Wow beautiful day and some great stuff to talk about but really glad that you're here s rubens with me. Everybody how you doing really glad that you can connect with us many ways to connect fourteen sixty am Fm is coming may third. That's true you'll be able to listen to. Ifi at ninety two point nine fm. The guys are coming tomorrow to climb the towers right. you're seeing. i'm sure you guys are seeing on social media and everything and i still countdown. that's happening. Yep so it's there soon and very soon soon very soon ninety two point nine. fm may third. Also we're heard around the world. That life radio nj dot com right youtube channel. You can get all of the past shows And so you can find a lot of ways to connect with us but we're glad that you're listening live today. So thank you for joining with us a hope. He had a great easter and eastern great at found. That was really nice. Oh that was good it. It was just great all the way around i mean. Aj ryan was with us to lead worship. pastor ruben. Did this spoken word shirt. Three minutes of a power packed sermon. How did you memorize it. It took me about five hours. You wrote it as well. I wrote the whole thing powerful stuff. I was telling pastor matt the other day that when i was trying to memorize it i accidentally skipped over the whole crucifixion. Which is like kind of a big deal. Dare say this that and sell on. I made sure. I got that down. And so we're we were good. It was a powerful moment and preached the message and we just had how about how many people total by the end of the day actually came to the altar. Yeah profession of faith and grace there was. I think it was eighty six altogether. Yeah eighty-six the power. I remember call. It's all about. And i remember calling people forward at the end of the second service. Don't make an emotional decision right right right. I really really want new life in christ to come forward and just by i have never i mean. I don't think in all of my ministry anywhere seen so many people come to an altar in one service. So it's just it was christ honoring right it was christ honoring when a great great palm sunday service a great good friday service where we did the seven last words seven last sayings of jesus. Yeah it was. It was an awesome time and then east. Of course the the dead coming back to life just just a powerful powerful christ honoring.