35 Burst results for "17 Year"

Asia Argento's Abuse of Jimmy Bennett Left Him Feeling Used

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:52 min | 1 d ago

Asia Argento's Abuse of Jimmy Bennett Left Him Feeling Used

"According to my sources, I see a guy naked first and she was the aggressor at the Ritz Carlton in Marina del Rey. Not the other way around, where all of a sudden he was on top of her. And she didn't know what to do. Go look at all the videos of her on her Instagram and everything else, you tell me when there was ever a moment in her life, a gentle didn't know what to do. Yeah, fucking break. And how surprised would you all be if I told you? That the script they looked at that was gonna be a movie that I see was talking to Jimmy about acting in. Yeah, well, there was no movie. Nothing was ever shot. And according to my guy, all the nude picks and then that day happening to Jimmy and no movie ever coming to fruition and put them in a weird place. And as much as he liked fucking a movie star, he felt used. And thrown away, discarded, which is a term we hear a lot in the me too movement when women use it. But this 17 year old kid who had been a child star felt the same way, especially when he heard osea talking about how she was used abused and discarded. By Harvey. Well, he eventually stopped arguing with his mom all over his lost income. And one day he brought up to his mom, what happened in the hotel with Asia. And his mother, like I alluded to earlier, wanted money for what her son had been put through. She wanted justice. Don't get me wrong. But maybe money would suffice. And it was she who pushed him. And she led the legal charge and here we are.

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Six Flags amusement park shooting near Chicago leaves 3 hurt

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

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

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Trans Cheerleader Kicked out of Camp After Allegedly Choking Teammate

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

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?

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Rep. Lauren Boebert Appreciates Support From Family

Mark Levin

00:59 min | Last month

Rep. Lauren Boebert Appreciates Support From Family

"Lauren boebert Lauren boebert what did your husband think of you running for Congress You know Mark this is something that he and I actually sat down and talked about and prayed about together We knew that it was going to be tough being a part especially me being away from home I've been home I was there for more than 17 years And now for the past almost three years I've been gone And so we had an idea about it but he knew that there needed to be something dramatic take place to redirect our nation And we didn't even know how bad it was about to get So he's had my back the entire way He stepped up learned how to cook dinner and do dishes Well I am away fighting for the country but we certainly do know how to cherish those times when we're together after being a part so long It's great to have a supportive family behind

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Orioles beat skidding Angels 9-5 for 8th straight win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Orioles beat skidding Angels 9-5 for 8th straight win

"The Orioles have their longest winning streak in 17 years winning their 8th in a row by beating the angels 9 5 Baltimore fell behind two nothing before completing a 700 home stand and its first four game sweep of the angels since 2003 Raymon aurea sparked back to back four run rallies providing a two run single in the fourth and an RBI double that made it 8 two The rallies followed a two run Homer by Monty Harrison in the third inning Austin both pitched 5 innings to earn his first victory with the Orioles since being claimed off waivers from the nationals I'm Dave

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 Denmark: Gunman acted alone, likely not terror-related

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Denmark: Gunman acted alone, likely not terror-related

"Sunday's Denmark shooting was likely not terror related Chief inspector Soren Thomas says Copenhagen police believe a shopping mall shooting that left three people dead and four others seriously wounded was not terror related it's thought the government acted alone and appears to have selected his victims at random Thomas and tells the media the victims are 17 year old boy and a 17 year old girl both Danes and a 47 year old Russian man were killed when the gunman opened fire on Sunday afternoon in one of the Scandinavia's biggest shopping malls I'm Charles De

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Uvalde victim's sister pleads for gun safety measures

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Uvalde victim's sister pleads for gun safety measures

"A sister of a victim of the uvalde school shooting pleaded with Texas lawmakers for gun safety measures 17 year old Jasmine cesare says her 9 year old sister Jackie one of the 19 children killed was one of the sweetest souls anyone would ever meet I shouldn't have to be here right now I should be at home watching a movie with my sister It's summer Cesaro says the family is still in shock as new information comes in that what happened at rob elementary school could have been prevented And I'm here begging for you guys to do something I want to change something because the people that were supposed to keep her safe at school didn't they failed Jasmine Cesaro told lawmakers they could honor the victims by adopting gun background checks and red flag laws The Republican controlled legislature in Texas has stripped away gun restrictions over the past decade I'm Ed

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17-year sentence sticks for man who killed woman on porch

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

17-year sentence sticks for man who killed woman on porch

"A 17 year sentence sticks for a man near Detroit who killed a woman on his porch Ted wafer says he feared for his life when he shot and killed ranesh McBride She knocked on his door in 2013 a jury rejected his self defense claim a new hearing was ordered by the Michigan Supreme Court I took one of God's children Not as a crossover Kerry with me Wafer is white McBride was black Monica McBride says holidays are no longer holidays after her daughter's death You don't deserve happiness in doing your life while we are living on home or nightmare Listen to wake up Judge Dana Hathaway says wafer has been a model prisoner but he made the wrong choice You can not murder someone Or simply knocking on your door and the middle of the night Wafer will be eligible for parole in 2031 I'm Ed

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AJ Benza Recalls His Encounter at the Amityville Horror House

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:30 min | 3 months ago

AJ Benza Recalls His Encounter at the Amityville Horror House

"I recall that night, the me and my buddies were parked outside that house. And we sat there, 5 years to the night and time of the murders and just quietly listened to the minimal amount of noise emanating from the neighborhood. Maybe there was the occasional whoosh of a car passing ocean having you at two 30 in the morning. Maybe the coups and chirps of some night birds, the blow birds, they called it because of the many nights I'd heard them while I was wide awake and way too high with no sleep in sight when I was in my 30s and had my relationship with cocaine. But this was different. Because I wasn't high, per se. I mean, we all felt a little good, but that was it. We were at the giggling stage, which at 17 years old was everything. I still remember some of the last we had that night, some 40 years later. So anyhow, we're sitting there. Some of us are doubters, some of us are believers, but we could all agree that what happened that night was unexplainable. As we sat and watched in quiet, suddenly, and without warning, Ronnie kinnear's Elton John's 8 track tape slammed into place and the song funeral for a friend began to play at a decibel. We were never used to playing any song at that level. Now the beginning of that song has a lot is a long instrumental for a good four minutes and change and it gets scary music to say the least don't listen to it. When it comes on full blast, we all jump and scream. And Ronnie, can we lift his hands to show that he had nothing to do with it? Of course he didn't. I sat right next to him. I saw the a tac a track gets sucked into that machine, an inch or so. Without the aid of anybody's hands. I don't know what that means or how the hell that happened, but I watched it with my own eyes. And that's not all that happened. Ronnie had no control of the HVAC player. He couldn't inject the cassette. He couldn't even lower the ear bending volume. I'm not saying the lyrics to that song had anything to do with death or being frightened, but I can tell you, after that song came on so loud, we banged a U turn across someone's lawn and ripped it up as we high talented back to west Iceland.

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John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:19 min | 3 months ago

John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

"You were just telling us something about what happened in 1982. In 1982, an age 17 maybe 18 as a freshman at Yale, I was telling my Friends that the gay lobby was far more dangerous to western civilization than Soviet comics. This is 17 years before Tommy collapsed, but I think as we look around and children being chemically castrated, 12 year old girls having their healthy breasts removed to radical mastectomies, young people being groomed and recruited for sexual perversion by Disney by kindergarten teachers by second grade teachers by school boards. I'm afraid my 18 year old paranoia was all too justified that I would take Soviet communism in a heartbeat over what the LGBTQ my name is legion movement has in mind. Well, I think John, you're just gifted in the sense that you kind of see things as they are and you connect the dots and most people somehow, you know, a fly or a gnat distracts them before they can connect all the dots. And you really have been able always to do that. And

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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City Government Monitors Amount of Trash You Throw Away

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:58 min | 4 months ago

City Government Monitors Amount of Trash You Throw Away

"You know what? It's interesting. I remember when it first hit me, the long reach of government, and the acceptance of it, I always knew about the long reach of government, but the acceptance of it by nice people. It was in Australia. I was speaking in Australia. And I had a dinner at the home of one of the hosts. So obviously someone who liked me enough to help bring me to Australia. And this was Sydney and they were telling me that how much trash you put out for the trash takers, the trashmen, the garbage men, whatever term you wish to use, the sanitation workers. Your the amount of trash you put out was monitored by the city of Sydney. This must be, oh, wow. Yeah, I would say almost 20 years ago. You remember me talking about it, so it's less than 20 years ago. How long are you with me, Sean? So you're 17 years? Okay, maybe 15 years ago. Fair enough. It's good to be precise. It's very important, actually. And I remember thinking, I actually spoke up, I said, something to the effect, your okay with that? The amount of trash you put out is monitored by the government, and you're fined, if you put out too much for the number of people living in your house, they were all fine with it.

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"17 year" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

05:01 min | 4 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Saying hang in there for that. Ride home fun dot com. I love it. That's great. That's great. And don't forget rarible for your chance to get in. If the NFT goes high enough, then forget the fun. Yeah, because you don't get to keep the 3 million. But you get to keep the .04 eth. I remember to my people. That's exactly right. Harry mccracken, the, did you think back in 1996, we'd be sitting here doing this? Global technology editor at fast company. And look what you're using an iPad mini. iPad Pro, it's a small IP address. Oh, it's the 11 inch iPad Pro. The size is just perfect. Is that your main computer? My main computer, and I'm much happier than when I use the larger one just because it's more portable and it works much better as a tablet than the right all those great articles and fast company on that thing. 98% of the stuff I've written since 2011, I've written on an idea. Wow. Wow. I feel like carpal tunnel is in your future. And I hope not. I just feel pretty good about it. Do they? Okay. Because there's no travel on that, right? It's no travel but I don't know. I've never traveled on keyboards. I've never been a keyboard snob at all. Nice. I'm so glad you came up. Thank you. It's been great. It's wonderful to see. Let's hope that you continue to have people in the studio. Gradually, inch by inch, we're working. Fingers crossed. Really nice to see you, Harry. And of course, Alex Lindsay, I'll see you on Tuesday. If you want to hire Alex to test your G 5 satellite capabilities. It has to have sandwiches. O 9 O no, I sure actually wants real dollars O 9 O media is his business. But of course, the thing that he's doing that is also groundbreaking. Office hours dot global soon to be seen on the 6 megahertz band of satellites working on it. Right now though you go to office hours, Doc global, you can watch the YouTube videos. You could join the zoom conversation, fill out a form get an invitation, all sorts of stuff. Even things like cooking on the weekends, except is it the geekiest cooking, because it's people cooking from their home, but they have a multi cam setup. So everybody's talking to each other is like, let me show you the close up of what I'm doing here. And I don't understand how to do this. We take it to a different I take everything a little over. Honestly, that's kind of worth it. This is the most innovative thing going on in Internet media right now. It's really fascinating what you're doing with it. Office hours global and it's pretty much all the time. It's like 24. I'm coming down to this. I'm just going to go hang out with everybody. It's 24 hours a day. There's basically the most geeky water cooler. You can possibly imagine. Just sit there and it's fun. It's great to have you, Alex. And I am looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday. Thank you for having me. It's always fun. I love apple, and I love Mac break, but it's really fun to be on Twitch, because it's not quite as good. It's definitely not focused today. It's a little blurry. All around. Exactly. Thank you all of you for listening and watching. We do it live on the stream if you want to watch us do it live. Every Sunday, about two 30 Pacific 5 30 eastern 21 30 UTC, you can go to live twit TV. There's live audio and video streams. They are now, if you're watching live, you might want to exclaim what the hell is this to other people who are also watching live. That's what the IRC is for. IRC twit TV. You can join with a web browser or an IRC client. Of course, club twit members also can yell at the clouds in our beautiful Discord server. So we'd love to see you in either of those places. After the fact on demand versions of the show are available on the web at our website, twit dot TV. I think all 17 years worth of episodes all 871 episodes are there. So you can download, go back in time if you want download any one of those, including Harry's first appearance in 2008. You can also go to the YouTube channel where not all of the episodes, but almost all the video episodes live and watch their best thing to do though if you want to listen to the latest is subscribing your favorite podcast client. That way you'll get it automatically. As soon as it's done, the editors are going to get a hold of it, cut out all the cuss words and put it up on the Internet via RSS. If you subscribe in your podcast player and they allow for reviews, do leave us a 5 star review. We would really appreciate that. It's hard to believe, but after 17 years in the business, there's still one or two people who have never heard of twit. So spread the good news. Thanks for being here. We'll see you next time. Another twit. Twit. Doing the Twitch. All right. Two other Twitter. All right. Doing the twit, baby..

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"17 year" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

06:13 min | 4 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Of the twit plus feed, the untitled Linux show, the gizz phase with dictator bartolo, and we are launching more shows. Some of those shows thanks to members, we were able to then put into the regular feed like this week in space with rod pile and tark Malik, which we just launched in our regular feeds our newest show on the Twitter network. Thanks to the support of our club twit members. I think it's a pretty good deal for 7 bucks a month. Twit TV slash club twit. Thank you very much. We're talking about Mark Zuckerberg. He has very good security. He has the most expensive security in Silicon Valley. $25.2 million a year to protect zuck, Sheryl Sandberg 9 million, send our pacioli 4.3 for some reason Evan Spiegel of chat really thinks he's at risk. He's got $2.3 million, more than Larry Ellison, 2.2, Jeff Bezos, a mere 1.6 million to protect Jeff. But that's because he's so Buffy can protect himself. Warren Buffett, just $273,000. And the CEO, the new CEO of Twitter, piragua, $63.8 thousand. But no number on Elon Musk. I wonder how much he doesn't want to talk about it. What's the number on you, Leo? By security? I don't know. We should have some. I don't want to talk about it. Right. Well, we laid him on. That's right. No one really no one really knows what Burke's background is. Leo keeps that's the top secret. They just think he's the cook, but he's not. He's kickboxing. We had a guard at the front desk. The great mo, loved him ex marine, carried he was licensed to carry, and had greeted everyone coming in the door with a stern expression. But when COVID hit, nobody came to the door anymore. So we had to lay him off, but Moe is a great guy. He got another job. I'm glad to say, and I guess maybe someday we'll bring him back. I'm still nervous about having people in studio. I don't know. You're okay, Harry. I checked you out. Yeah, but I'm the only person here. Yeah. Other than the gang. Yeah. He said that and looked right at Harry. When was the last time you had an actual audience some here? I think we'd probably be February 2020. Yeah. Nobody's coming in since we closed the studio a little bit before the state of California shut down on Saint Patrick's Day, march 17th. But we decided to mostly protect honestly employees. I said, how do you feel about letting people come in? And a number of them said, you know, we don't feel safe with that. So we shut it down earlier. I don't remember the date. Do you remember John? No, I think it was early March. Maybe for your 18th anniversary, you can bring them back. I'm thinking 20th. I don't know. Sometime, someday. We'd have to bring, too, because I've got to have security, I do. What do you think they get for 20? You would know this. Alex, you seem like a guy would know what you get for $25 million in security. You know, a lot of it has to do with a function of how much how much you travel. So a lot of that expense and then also how it's just budgeted by the company. The private chance expensive, right? But that doesn't count as the executive has that. So it doesn't cost more to put someone in. The only difference is the little sandwiches. So you got to have a taste. They're expensive. They're expensive. We'll say the sandwiches are really good. Anyway, so remarkably good. You're like, how did they get that? Really? I've never been in a private jet. Yeah, I had to do a bunch of tests in a G four. And so it was fun because I just had to do. We just got to fly around trying to stream out of a G four, which doesn't work in case you're wondering. Oh, really? So like somebody was saying, our executive wants to do a show. No, it's an event. An event was an event. They wanted to shoot the eclipse from a G four. Well, that's cool. So they wanted to stream a 160 miles off the coast of Oregon, which means you can't shoot down because and then it didn't have an up pointed satellite dish. And so we told them, isn't going to work. I'm not going to say who it was. We told them it wasn't going to work, but they still want it. They were committed to doing it. And I was like, well, if you want me to go up and test it, I will test it for you. They just rented a G four and it comes with the sandwiches. And someone who serves them. And they're really nice. They're really good sandwiches. Anyway, so they got them. But Air Force One, however, can stream, I should say. Yeah, yeah, exactly. So with security though, someone at that level is typically pulling people out of special operations. And as well as SAS, I mean, those are the two. And the problem is is that the issue that you have with it is that they have to be good at what they do. And these are usually people who are really good at what they do. And they also have to be public facing. So there's a lot of people who are really good at working. Well, they can't have. And not gruff and not. Respond, respond badly. So the thing is is that there's a big percentage of the people who aren't publicly facing end up at Blackwater. And the people who are publicly facing end up in security. But you are competing with Blackwater salaries, which are like 300,000 a year. So you get a group of people that have to take care of someone, then you end up with 6 to 8 of folks there. That's your base. Then you have to travel them around. Then you have to then you have all their hotels. And anytime you go anywhere, there's a group of these people that are wandering around and making sure everything's working. So if the person travels a lot, so my guess is it's heavily related to how much an executive travels is how we would assume gets around. And so the other thing is you'd have to be a lot of money to be willing to take a bullet for Mark. You know what I'm saying? People who live in these now, he's a good guy. This really is the experience of encountering his security..

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"17 year" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

06:16 min | 4 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Do you remember Harry sitting in the audience and seeing this? No, I made a point of not going to Bill Gates. Although now I, of course, I wish that I wish you had. The only reason to go at the time really was these movies. But I discovered this once that came up on YouTube. Yeah. Yeah, well, tell me about the wallet PC. Is it like a smartphone? No, it's a small screen. You'll put in your pocket. I mean, this is Microsoft talking. And so they think of it as being a PC. But apparently you do not make phone calls on it. Touch screens are not part of this vision at all. If I remember correctly. Is there any AR VR at all? No, I don't think so. So his idea of the metaverse is still at arms kind of arms length. Yeah. And to be fair, they're trying to do stuff that's out there, but not incredibly out there. I think he was trying to kind of pretty much figure out what the next things would be. And I thought of this, again, coming back to Mark Zuckerberg, he's somebody who now is making these pretty elaborate videos showing life in the metaverse. That's right. Which are really in a lot of ways reminiscent to this, and I think the last thing is a if you're really smart, you might get some of the broad picture, right? But that doesn't mean you can predict the little details. And B, when the stuff did come along, again, kind of a little bit more like 2007, 2008, moving forward rather than 2005. The fact that Bill Gates was pretty good at anticipating what would happen did not mean that Microsoft dominated other stuff that came. Very good point. Instead, Microsoft really started things that weren't terribly successful. They did not dominate smartphones. They had a holy crap video on crap form. What? Harry, I just did the math when this video happened, Gates was 39 today, Mark Zuckerberg is 38. That's probably makes sense. That's when you kind of are at your peak mastery of the universe. And probably when you start to worry about the future, maybe running away from you and somebody else determining that. So the fact that Microsoft even though it was quite good at predicting the future was not really able to leverage that partially because it had this big business and Windows, which defined outside the world. I think has some lessons for us when we look at. And as I said, I think Mark has learned that innovators dilemma message. And is willing to that's why I think he's willing to risk meta in order to achieve this vision. But you make an excellent point. Just because you can see this, we can see it. It doesn't mean we're going to be instrumental in the next ten, 20 years. And Microsoft never bet everything on something else, instead everything has been an extension of Windows, which in most cases did not really work out that way. I think that that's one thing you could say, mark is not saying the metaverse was Facebook extended. I mean, he does certainly have a social expert. That's part of it. The idea is you will still want to hang out with your Friends in the metaverse. The graph that Facebook has the people and they're connected and how they're connected to other people is very advantageous for a virtual world. And again, I think that that's an interesting puzzle where you see Apple not going down that path. They're not trying to build that out. They're trying to augment what you already have. They're not worried about social at all. Not yet. Not yet. Apple's only assays into social work historic flops, right? Yeah, because they don't think that way. They think so much about privacy and about the individual. I think they have a hard time getting even when you look at pages and numbers, which I love, by the way. But the interaction between other people like sharing your pages or keynote is a great way to just not have it work anymore. So it doesn't work at all. They did ping. With iTunes, which was flop. Then remember that they were early on dial up networking. And you'd wander through this town. With aim back in the day too, right? That was a big seller for. So they learned a couple of things. One never be never interoperate. I think lately they've done a better job. I mean, what both FaceTime and iMessage are looking like social platforms and have a ton of people using them? Here was the E world interface, which was like AOL, social network. So you would go in and get your email. I kind of looks like a metaverse. If you could only put on a headset and be there. What year was that again? I'm not sure if I feel like that was roughly the same time as that Bill Gates keynote. 1996, it was closed in 1996. I'm not sure if that was Scully or spindler. It wasn't Steve. But it was not Steve. Yeah, maybe Apple learned learned a lesson and said, social is not it. But honestly, I think Apple wouldn't care if you used whatever hardware they made in the meta metaverse. That's not their business. They go ahead and use it with Facebook's. Yeah, they might be playing with you using somebody else's metaverse platform. Hardware. Of course, what they Facebook wants to avoid is the 30% surcharge. Apple's like, sure, you can use our hardware is still going to be there. Apple's actually getting a little fun out of Facebook's announcement that they're going to charge 47.5%. On metaverse items, Apple says, this shows Facebook's hypocrisy. Because of course, Facebook's been complaining about apple's 30% 47.5%. Well, because isn't it something like, I know I did this story, but I don't remember. A certain percentage goes to the Oculus platform. Right. And then a certain percentage, where does the other one go? So for every item sold in horizon worlds, which is Facebook's social VR platform. A 30% goes to meta via the Oculus platform. 25% goes to the meta App Store. 25% of the 70% goes to the meta. They can.

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"17 year" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I have to admit, whenever it complains about it, I'm like, I don't understand what everyone's so upset about because my mind is great. I agree. I have a great Reddit. There's awful stuff on Reddit, but I don't follow it. You don't have to worry about it. And then you can do the same thing with Twitter. I don't know if that makes Twitter a better place for everybody or just for you. No, it doesn't. I'm just saying, it doesn't have to be I find going to Twitter to be enjoyable and fun because I've gotten rid of almost everything I didn't want. That makes me stressed. I'm not here, I'm not here to Twitter is not a good source of news. So I took things out, I don't care whether it's news or not. I go to other things like tech meme. A bunch of other news organizations to get news. On Twitter and Twitter, I go to have fun, hang out. See interesting things. Twitter, I can just go to see who died. Because if you're trending, chances are you're dead. What I've been asking people all week is let's say Elon does take over Twitter. Let's say he brings in a whole new regime and how things are done. Is there something that he could do that would kill Twitter for you? Because I've been asking people, Twitter has been famous for not iterating on its product, but I feel like they know that it's so delicate that they don't want to do it. So if he comes in there and stomps around and changes a whole bunch of stuff, would it be certain people like the people that you love following? What would be the thing for any of you that would make you be like, well, Twitter used to be great, but I just don't do it anymore. That's a really good higher character count. Did it get worse for you when they went to two 80? No, no, no, no, I think the current number is pretty good. But I think it's great. I think that one 40 was a little cramped. I think the current number is really good. But I think that if we made it longer than that, I stopped using it because it would just be, oh my gosh. If I see an article that's too long, I'm like, okay, that's a lot of words. And so I think that that would probably be, I think the biggest problem is that they're just going to get a lot of regulation. If he does a bunch of, he can say whatever maybe he can say whatever he wants, but Twitter is going to be in all kinds of hot water if it starts to dramatically change in a direction that makes countries concerned. And so I think that's more of what puts it under pressure. There's some evidence that they're working on. I want to say it's called something like Twitter articles, but maybe not extending the character count, but letting you attach something longer, which people, of course, always do, just by putting in screenshots, but that might be some error ignore. Yeah, I agree. I think I don't like Twitter threads either where you put a blog post. 15 Twitter posts that bothers me to hate that. Twitter's kind of way of doing that. I'm always like, get a blog. If you're going to write something longer than 200 characters. The Twitter blue feature, which is sort of their repackaged version of the idea behind nuzzle. Nuzzle. That was what I was trying to remember in the past. Nozzle was really Twitter driven. Yeah. I loved nuzzle. Jonathan Abrams, the guy who created friendster last act. And Twitter bought it, and they kind of turned this into top articles. Acknowledging that they are, in fact, a good place to get signals about what the zeitgeist is. I think that a lot of times they just have a hard time doing it. Everybody, all these companies have they're not very good at many things. They're good at one thing that pays for everything. So Twitter's got a good fee. Google has Google AdWords and display ads. Everything else isn't they do the best they can. Mail, mail turned out well on YouTube turned out well, but they bought that. But most of it is most of their ideas go all over the place. And then Twitter, they put out live streaming. I do live streaming. So I think about this. It's the worst platform for it. And you're like, it wouldn't be very hard to fix, but they don't do it for a lot. They bought mine and killed it. It's not real. What do they call it? Spaces, spaces. Clubhouse. Fleets. That failed. Twitter spaces is fun. We fast company. We've been doing Twitter spaces and we record all of our interview episodes on spaces now. Because it's just so much it's so easy to we've done it. We've done spaces where kayvon baked part of Twitter comes out because we're talking about Twitter product. And so he'll pop in and it's really great for if you're talking about a topic and then somebody involved in that topic happens by and you say, well come up on stage and then it is Clubhouse, but it's for podcasting purposes. It's amazing. And it makes a lot of sense for it to be part of a Twitter if you already a part of a community there versus having to become part of a community. People still using Clubhouse? Yeah. It isn't the number one download on the App Store, but people still got really excited about it for a while. We did a bunch of Clubhouse stuff and then we were like, okay. So this is my Twitter feed. Why don't I see spaces? I used to see that at the time. Because it was only mobile. I think you can maybe you can.

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What Can Young People Do to Help the 'Bewoke' Generation?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 4 months ago

What Can Young People Do to Help the 'Bewoke' Generation?

"Years old and I've been trying to be very outspoken about my beliefs, been called all the names you can think of, racist, homophobic, transphobic, has had death threats put against me. And I feel like I'm doing a lot to try and help the students in my high school or high schools around me, but I feel like I'm not doing enough, so my question is, what is your advice to people like me who can't vote to try and help change the hearts and minds of my very woke generation? 17 years old, she's wondering about her functions. The encouraged be encouraged, stay the course. Thank you found a few friends in your corner. I love it. It gives me so much hope, everybody. And if you ever come to a turning point USA event, you'll see one young person after another that's just on fire for this. So you've been called 6 turb sexist intolerant xenophobic, right? Racist bigoted, the whole deal. That's the acronym that could be used for that. So look, I'm going to give you some honest advice you wouldn't want me to tell you anything but that. So you're going to keep on being called names. You're going to be kicked out of social circles. You can not be openly young and conservative and Christian without losing your Friends and without being kind of outcast. It's not possible, okay? Welcome to America. We seek to solve that at turning point USA where the turning point USA chapter has a 150 kids or 250 people. The next thing you know, that's the most popular thing in the high school or the college. And all of their tactics don't work and backfires on them. And we're on pace to have 1000 high school chapters across the country at turning point USA. An incredible accomplishment that our field team deserves so much credit for. So, look,

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How Lara Logan Fearlessly Covered the Benghazi Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 4 months ago

How Lara Logan Fearlessly Covered the Benghazi Story

"Laura, you said that it was in 2016 because I always like to track how these things work. You were reporting about the Benghazi story, people who listened to this program are familiar with that story and with how the facts seem to paint a very damning portrait of Hillary Clinton and so if you run a foul of the clintons, you know, usually they find that you've committed suicide. They find you in a ditch. But obviously that didn't happen to you. What did happen to you? Well, can I just say hashtag I'm not suicidal, right? Just for the record for everybody. All right. I probably have started that. And I'm very grateful to him because there's a lot of us, you know, who are in the site, right? A growing number of us every single day. No, really what happened was, you know, I worked from when I was 17 years old, I was in print. I was in radio, I was in television, and when I finally was at 60 minutes and that was every day of my life working really, really, really hard to be worthy of the legacy of that incredible brand. And just doing my job as a journalist. And I got an amazing bit of information from a very good source that talked about the bravery of these two delta guys in Benghazi, Libya. And how this was a story that made the benign raid look like nothing. That was the tip that I got. So that was my motivation for looking at Benghazi, wasn't political motivation at all. It was this idea that there was an untold story, which actually turned out to be the story of two delta guys who were in Tripoli at the embassy, and they were never sent. Nobody ever ordered them to go in and rescue anyone, but they collected money from everyone in the embassy and they got a plane and they went down there and they are the reason that the guys from the annex survived. They had the reason there wasn't a hostage crisis. They're the reason for the Stevens body was recovered when it was recovered and nobody knew that they existed before our report.

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Ron DeSantis: A Profile in Courage

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Ron DeSantis: A Profile in Courage

"Now, governor Ron DeSantis is a courageous leader. Now, mind you, encourages a lot easier when you have your priorities and your values properly aligned in the rightful hierarchy. We as Christians believe there is a hierarchy to virtue and value. For example, if faith is the most important thing in your life, you can more easily make the right choice when you know it may have a financial implication that making money might not actually be the ultimate value we do not believe. It's the ultimate value on this program. Nor does Ron DeSantis Ron DeSantis does not believe power or political popularity is the highest value. In the hierarchy of good in the view of Ron DeSantis, decisive action despite the backlash that will be received is protecting children is at the top of the hierarchy of what a person in political power needs to do. Even the most extreme, small government minarchist anarchist libertarian can agree that the role of government would be first and foremost to protect those that can not protect themselves, protecting children. This is not a controversial statement, protecting the innocence of children is not just good for the children themselves. It's necessary for a civilization. It's necessary for a society, a nation can not continue if the innocence of children is continually tampered with. If 5, 6 and 7 year olds are alerting things at 15, 16 and 17 year olds shouldn't really be learning. Then the entire social fabric will fall apart, and tyranny will be the only default setting for a generation's innocence who is lost because they're going to try to default the default setting will be to somebody that could tell them what to do.

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Bio-Labs and Deep State Lies: The Truth With Candace Owens

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Bio-Labs and Deep State Lies: The Truth With Candace Owens

"Work in Ukraine to eliminate the remnants of Soviet Union's illegal biological program. Like, okay, it takes 17 years to remove a buy a lot. Like maybe like 5, you know, maybe at the TSA speed like ten, but like 17 years to get rid of a bio lab, like really? I mean, that's where we're at the point where. And by the way, they lied about snake island, right? They lied about the ghost of Kyiv. You know, there's been a lot of kind of disinformation. That's what happens in war, right? So here's what it said in WikiLeaks really quick from 2008. We know that somewhat the government was doing in Ukraine from documents released by WikiLeaks. In a 2008 cable, it was revealed by Andrew Weber of OSD CTR, the type of cooperative threat reduction program held a discussion with the Ukrainian official, but the need to create one central lab in Ukraine that would house its most dangerous pathogens because amongst other reasons quote the U.S. seeks to consolidate the strains and pathogens that could be used by terrorists on humans or agricultural targets. That's WikiLeaks in 2008. Right. And this is all, these are the conversations that the American people should be having because as I said, the implications here are much larger and way beyond what's happening between Ukraine and Russia. What is art? We've never gotten an official answer about the Wuhan lab. And we know that American money was there. And I think what they're trying to do is play a game of semantics when it comes to bioweapon, right? Versus biological research. Here's the thing. If you're researching dangerous pathogens, those are weapons, right? If they are leaked out of a lab, they become well weapons. So for them to try to play this game of semantics and go, well, this is just for research purposes. Nobody should be accepting that as an excuse. Why are we researching so many dangerous pathogens? And like I said, the opposition party in Ukraine a few years ago before zelensky locked the guy up, was saying that they were having unusual outbreaks in Ukraine and serbians was reporting on this as well. All around these bio labs that our Department of Defense has been funding. And

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"17 year" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

06:34 min | 11 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Minute concerns and distant the sunday or monday timeframe and the system may date was ready today. So those of you if anybody's got this got one of those tesla's in your in this ten point two volts a full self. Drive mode love to hear feedback. The pixel passes a is google's rumored response to apple one combining extended warranty with the bundle of google services so This subscription bundle called pixel paths would combine a new pixel device when extended warranty and premium subscriptions for several. Google services then confirmed bundle has been detailed and leaked image. It's unclear how much pixel pass. We talked about that earlier. But you're going to get some some more features you get A youtube premium youtube music. Google play passing. Google far so Anyway i know kirk is excited about getting the pixel six read is hiring former google cloud executives its first chief product officer so Pelley bought the former vice president product design at google cloud as the company's first cheap product option. That's a big big tidily. Had before and move it over to read it. That's amazing so we'll see where he how he does. Read the chevrolet volt recalls begun. Cars will get new battery packs of the takes about two days for dealership to complete so their Places to begun and We'll see where this goes but I knew i had a friend that owned a chevy volt one of the early ones. He loved it. Google security keys to ten thousand high risk users is basically a usb bob. The esp key provides two factors than occasion additional layer of security password. Google says it wants encourage people to join us at means. Protection program for high profile users follows news at the firm sent thousands of warnings to g users who are targeted by hackers. The warnings were issued after google tech in late september campaign targeting about fourteen thousand mail users across a wide variety of industries sheen huntley director google alice's groups and a statement. Mr holly says campaign came from the abt twenty eight a russian link. Hacking group was fishing attempt. Which is an email campaign designed to legitimate to trick people into revealing their passwords as we always do. We sent these sent. Those people who are targeted by garments backed attacker warnings adding that the emails were successfully then. The emails were successfully blocked. But they were able to. They'd sent warnings to those users. So they're out there. The hackers are still up there. Ladies and gentlemen all right so this is going to bring me down to the end of the show and Again if you weren't here from my early dialogue please please please. If you take any advice from this show and we've given lots of over the years you've got a spot spot on your skin. It just doesn't look right change color. It's grown it's become irregular. Not route perfectly round anymore. It's time to get your but your doctor and get into see dermatologist. Because besides pancreatic cancer which killed so many we all know someone. That's diaper pancreatic cancer because when it's finally detected too late because there's no nerve endings in the in the pancreas that's why so many people die because it's one say detected. They're already at stage. Four melanoma is the second deadliest killer of cancer united states killing a one hundred fifty nine thousand people a year and I came this close. A hair's breath away from a- and be maybe a year year and a half. Who knows whatever time this thing. Turn cancers and the ending had been very different so Be careful keeping things you have. Something doesn't heal or you know that's another warning gave a spot that won't go away and get into see a dermatologist in And getting taken care of so anyway. that's and also it was not related issue. I had earlier in the year with this itching. Issue i've got that under control We finally figured out kind of what was going on I ninety nine point nine nine nine nine percent better in that regard and But anyway everyone thank you for being here. Thanks for being part of the family. Thanks for hanging out with me today for the show. I'm glad to be back. Thank kirk for doing the show. Last week Get one apologize meeting at thursday's out but he just wasn't feeling good and Health over show any day of the week. I'm glad as able to bring you guys Good news i think you guys. I didn't even realize how concerning this was before. I left a have looked at be kind of frank with you. but Now i do but Anyway that's going to be back with you on thursday and then The schedule really is kind of Odd i'm gonna be. I have to go to Go to austin and The week of the twenty fifth. So i'm actually down. I think of twenty fourth and fifth to six seven. I'll be back in the twenty eight. So maybe i have kirk step in for me on the twenty fifth. And then we'll see if i'll be back on the twenty eight and then again Mid november will be gone for that for that procedure but just keep the show cranking here keep it going. Think i'll be for being part of the family and We'll see next time everyone take on the and those with insiders. Thank you for ongoing support and We'll see you next time here. We'll take care bye-bye employers ready to cover more and save more when you bundle united healthcare medical with our life disability dental and vision. Your medical plan cost may drop. Plus you'll be offering more of the benefits. 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"17 year" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

07:53 min | 11 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on Geek News Central

"You know shaping hearts and minds. Tv is adding multi user support and improve ambient mode every user. Have their own recommendations and watchlist so this is make it easier for those have google. Tv's to have a personalized profile. So get more than one person in your house. And they're on multiple. Tv's each person can have their own profile. Not you know. I i haven't been on that blixen awhile and May son has been using. I pierce the been using my net flicks profile is kind of kind of weird stuff in it now. How do you clear. I think i got a clear. My profile a net flicks. I don't think there's any going back. Almost up i was watching is now like lost. It's a little annoying. So i told him. Stay in your profile. Though come on my profile anymore he got your own profile. Chris day over there. Jeez of course the big leak with stitch and the reason we're not streaming unstitched. Today's because they were hacked but twitch stream earnings have Been released by this hacker and The top one percent Well total earnings were eight hundred eighty nine million dollars. Top one percent made five twenty nine the top one percent of twitch streamers made or have the money paid twenty twenty one. The wall street journal analyze four point. Nine million accounts revenue data made available by user online chat the biggest earner Earned about four million dollars. Last year's highest earning count was a group called dungeons and dragons players may close of four million. Twenty twenty one. Those figures don't include other possible income sources the earned data goes back to two thousand nineteen so they've They increase payouts by almost over. One hundred million dollars a month so Again the bottom the bottom part of the vokes made like thirty bucks or something you know wasn't very big actually didn't make thirty. They didn't get to the hundred dollar fresh hold or if they did they only got one thirty or something like that so anyway. This is a pretty interesting yesterday but it takes to become successful in two. It's you have to be approved. Just like youtube. You gotta be pretty high on the totem pole. Boorda's announce roving bands of four charge. Angels will repair. Ev charging stations. The first ones will hit the road later this year with the f. One fifty lightning set to debut earlier next year for employees. A group of charge. Angels owners of its. Evt's can find reliable charging when they need it interview with automative news. Fort lee darren palmer said technician especially quick mustang mach es will travel. Us to test out charging stations were connected vehicle data and angry social media posts indicate. They may not be working. All they'll do all day long. Go and check to see where they fail. And why. I guess it'd probably wanna get them working while they gotta go because if they're going to be in a in a mustang either going to have to a victim. He says a lot of plugs out there but some of them are old and they don't have the quality row reliability over ninety nine point five percent of customers go into a charging. Get a charge replaced about that. But a number less than that. Get a charge. First time they charge the company's boarding finalizing diesel program but hopes to have the groups of charge angels on the road severe like to travel. And you have a electrical background. Maybe you can become a charge angel and driving a board mustang mach e purdy cool. Sounds like a fun job for a while. Amazon will leave remote work decisions. Individual team leaders the new policy to us and they're not bringing everyone back in january going to leave it up to the directors and divisions whether you're going to bring people back or not so different move there by amazon michael dell says. The key to winning is the is being unafraid. To take risk from starting at p. c. business in his college george room to fighting over control fighting over control of his companies del new memoir dives into enterpreneurship. I want to Win is this book out This is gonna be a great book. Is it available yet. Michael dell play nice but when a ceo journey from founder till leader definitely going to order this when these are the types of books. Ladies and gentleman. Is you want to add here heedless. I've read just about every book. There is on on the founder of apple. The late steve. jobs I l- i've read a lot of books on bill gates and others so definitely going to add this to my read lists so very very cool so lincoln be on the show notes on the review on his memoir so also getting ready to shop for christmas looking for big big screen tv. Well i got the seven best. Seventy five inch four k. Tv's and i'm just going to give you an idea the l. g. o. L. e. d. is is one of the top ones to algae's one samsung one sony actually to samsung's to l. I'm gonna put my bets on on the on the on the sony ex are seventy five x ninety jay. How much is that bad boy. Let meet let me bring it up on amazon. See how much it is wholly smoke. Well not bad. Seventeen ninety eight for A seventy five inch. Tv bravi x. Are full array led four k. I'm i'm guessing in my. I'm a big sony fan. Samsung number two But the folks. At mit usa dot com says that the l. l. g. o. l. d. how much is that one. That's a premium pick. It was that bad boy cost. Oh my gosh. Three thousand dollars. So that's that's the the editor's choice was a samsung seventy five minutes class neil q. L. e. d. and the best value is the samsung seventy five minutes class. Q led cue sixty eight. But i'm going to be honest. I love the color. Sony has got the best blacks. Just just a great great brand. I love sony ravi. Tv's can't can't be kind of test us both. Self-driving beta ten point two rolls out to more owners. Perfect safety score required. This is a level two the test of also the tesla full self driving is not a time system ranks as a level two driver assist and the s. h. e. scale of tommy so You gotta have a very high safety record. The new enhancements though says according to another twitter user says they are tested episode. Point ten point. Two months driver monitoring is significantly straightened when they had a phone in their hands. Fm hd issued a issued. A message saying the system was unavailable for the rest of the drive. So took it away from them. That's nice that they did that. Aside from the monitoring system bait includes new visualization other promise greater. More seamless system must tweeted earlier. This week saying ten point to his actually delayed after noticing few last.

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"17 year" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Podcasts of your favorite. podcast app is an exclusive. is it a podcasting or just an audio show bright. You can't subscribe to it. It's not a podcast anymore. Just another audio program which is fine. But we want you guys. You're all listeners. You've been here for the beginning of podcasting. Podcast are open their free. They're to be subscribed to in. Listen to contribute. If you want to and you know don't be forced to go over to spotify or don't be forced to go to amazon and don't be forced to go sirius. Xm they're doing everything they can to try to consolidate and and not make podcasting is open. We wanna keep the medium open. The only thing you can do to support that is not support programs pretty bold Say that on this show. But it's a true diverse arab mission to mars delivering some interesting science and of course since arriving at mars eight months ago that the emerets mars mission has been quietly begin. Deliver some intriguing scientific gate about the martian atmosphere and its weather patterns named hope. The probe is a relative high orbit varying outdated above mars from twenty to forty three thousand kilometers. Twenty thousand forty three thousand kilometers and this vantage point allows the spacecraft seen entire hemisphere. Two time for much of this year then hope has been training. it's multi brand. Imager infrared spectrometer and ultimately Trauma turn mars data about the planet's atmosphere and resulting weather conditions so It's quite an interesting article. Full length went from our sent. Neca link will be on the show notes you can review at your leisure. The pixel six has been leaked Five years of security update with they Seven forty nine thousand forty nine price tag and it's basically leaking everywhere Over the weekend. Uk retailer carphone warehouse posted official looking teaser which assessment taken down for pixel. Six was light was full of impo mostly claiming that vix will come with a five years of updates so someone jumped the gun here. We probably got a big trouble by google but if you're pixel fan got all the details and all the details will be in the show to central dot com also. This is fifteen years. Google docs in. No i'm heavy heavy. Google docs user heavy heavy heavy heavy heavy heavy and You know fifteen years ago if you're renting docs chances redoing microsoft word. Or that's where he did it right but on october. Eleven two thousand six google fish. Google docs who was pretty not user friendly in the early days but i got docs actually looked doxa. Go all the way back to like Late two thousand six in google docs so We work exclusively can save it to where doc as a pedia beacon uploaded dock and goes into google. Docs user spreadsheets. Not as powerful as if you're just doing basic spreadsheet work in a plus and minus and division and you know normal formulas than not too bad but Where's this going to go. Where is google docs going to to progress to time will tell. But they've got a great right up about Google docs of course google. I o twenty twenty. One talked about some improvements coming to it. So if you're google docs fan. Google drive ban lingo. Be in the show. Notes apple's release. Ios and ipad was fifteen point zero point to with dixon's for carplay photos. Bodos more apple still testing ios. In i app ipad. Fifteen point one which includes new features but But a savior library from messages could be deleted after removing the associated threat of messages. Their tag might not appear now. These are some things were fixed. Device restore beat me fail when using finder. Itunes ripened thirteen or ipad. Mini six generation and So you know. Here's the thing that i really been waiting on is my mac pro needs a new battery. But it's can discerning to have this network issue every once in a while. It just doesn't want to connect to the network anymore and It just it like it runs home. The mama for some reason and i know i can restore from update. Probably fix it but i think something bigger is going on and It's got me bugged a little bit so I may at some point replace. 'cause they use the mac pro here in the studio. Hi mason replace that with a mac mini and just use the mac pro for travel. Only because it keep the hours off it. i guess that's the main thing at the battery changed out. Keep the hours off it so that i can run this Notebook a few more years. Because i i don't really wanna go out and spend the money for a mac pro at this point where amac mini will do fine so I may do that here in the near future here in the studio. Not that you care but It's just one of those things when you have an aging computers things to happen google's polling stock or rare stalker where ads that promoted bones using spying apps so three These grade spy were apps or often marketed parents. Wishing to monitor their child calls'messages asks photos and location off under the guise of protection against predators. But these apps which are designed to be installed surreptitiously without the device. Owner's consent have been repurpose by abusers to spy in the phones of their spouses. Whoa the rising so-called stock aware or spouse where prompted industry-wide response to recent years to combat the spread of bone monitoring apps into various makers have worked to better detect soccer wear and federal boorish taking action against by where makers that further exposer victims to security threats last august google ban ads in user search results at promoted absent were designed with the express purpose of tracker monitoring another person or their activities without their authorization tech crunch on five at makers that were still advertising. Their stock were apps as recently as last week. So they'd better ways to go on this so It's good though that the device folks are are on top of this as well. Nasa says boeing start liner won't launch until twenty twenty two and Basically got valve situation. The valves aren't turning on and off. When they're supposed to the boeing thinks they have a work have a fix but Star liner will not fly until next year. That's a big news. Facebook on the other hand and we've been working with basic quite a bit. My company has launches an audio hub in the us for podcasts. Live audio and short-form clips you'll see in the new central page. When you're on the phone app there is a podcast section now where you can find my show so we're going to have lots of other stuff going on there where we'll be talking about in the future where we can share clips to the show and righty stuff into the new speed So anyway looking forward to this. This decimation while graders have their shows found facebook users. Be able to find audio content. Favorite readers discover new wednesdays access content. They'd save for later at launch always sexual feature the content from the creator's already filing meet and will also include a set of precise recommendations as well suggestions of other audio is poplar. Cross facebook's if you're not the heat new central page please please please follow the gibney central page like it. 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Geek News Central

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on Geek News Central

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"17 year" Discussed on WokeNFree

WokeNFree

03:53 min | 11 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on WokeNFree

"I would say that i was always like that mama or mothering. Type of person to like my friends and my loved ones meaning. I hate the idea of like my peeps being in pain or hurting in some way and so of course when it comes to like in being in a relationship i really do believe it's important if you can care for your partner and take care of them kind of like what you were talking about earlier and he'll each other really like you care for them they care for you you just. He'll each other and there's a lot of takers in this world. One innately nice if your partner could actually be a giver for you and you can check them out that in any context of the word a lot of context. Yes oh yeah. 'cause somebody can give you the smaller bowling. They could give you the business they can do business bowling bowl. I mean i guess it'd be right business on the ball you can because you should be giving i ball you see. Give give the good sized ball to your. Yes told you. I knew bowling. Go i love talking about bullying a lot of things. Yeah so this is interesting. Gets your use going. Yes holy get your. that's good. that's good. I mean you got to be passionate about things are grew yes definitely less than sixteen. Leave jealously to the win. Okay convince this support what. I don't know if everyone's learned one. I'm just going to say. I'm just going to tell you. I don't know if everybody's learning this. Why try to say they'll get so obsessed about other people in your partner's life. They're going to step out on the relationship. You're jealousies not gonna stop beyond. That's not gonna stop doing their thing. It also makes the relationship that much tougher because your partner will feel they can meet new people and they got to like. Be careful about the approach. You what i have fred's can't have that super jealousy. That's crazy kansas. Yeah i couldn't agree more at the end of the day instead of focusing on if your partner rope she. Why don't you focus on finding ways that makes your partner never want to cheat right so being intimate and doing like you said giving them the gifts they want being there. Due following these seventeen lessons will keep them on the right bath now with a banner. Let's end it off with less than seventeen. No your partners love language so each of us has different motivations for like what we like in want in a relationship. And if you aren't aware of what your partner likes kinda like would you discussed before. You can't really actually satisfy them. Which michael into then stepping out or you know kind of dabbling and things that they shouldn't be dabbling so as they evolve in life. Remember our wants and motivations also chain so it's really important to get to embrace that change and get to know your partner through all the changes because they are going to be that beautiful butterfly cocoon butterfly cocooning throughout your entire life. So be there along the way especially when it comes to their love language too so that in case anything changes maybe they like something now five years from now they don't like it. You're right along there to support them and it's going to cost your headaches in the long run. This is an important one definitely. There's almost like the heart of the relationship. A word that word word. But i think all seventeen lessons are definitely super-critical and it'll be great to to see what the next lessons are that we have to share down the road with woken for family. Because i can't believe it but we are at that time again. It's coming to the end of our two hundred and thirteenth episode of woken quite the episode discussing our love story and lessons learned. Seventeen years later guys come back next week for the new woken free wednesday episode.

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"17 year" Discussed on WokeNFree

WokeNFree

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on WokeNFree

"Six this is makes it easier to bond and more importantly get along with your partner right so learn what they like. You know maybe you might like it as well. That's you'd ever know might have much more in common than even. Oh this is in and outside of the bedroom right. Smart smart doesn't apply to all walks and talks all your relationship all walks and talk to the relationship. This doesn't have to do with anything that's on. Pg i mean it can though if you want. Yeah it's up to you word lesson nine. It's okay to be. Majesty would stay that way just because you love someone doesn't mean that they won't piss you off a thousand a thousand percent it's inevitable but it's really important to understand that eventually you have to leave that space of anger and get back to a place of love as hard as that might be because you might be really pissed off with that person you might really want to slap them up emotionally speaking. Obviously we are not advocating physical violence anywhere for but whether it takes an hour or a day. The sooner the better always be very intentional about choosing to leave that space of anger and get to that place a love and really focus on what needs to be done to get to that better place as opposed to just being in that emotional flux of like you know piss me off and how could you say that like. That's it's not healthy and it doesn't make you feel right. You're like yes. I met him her or them right. Like the point is what is it gonna take for you to not be angry with that with your partner. Yeah that's not worth it to stay mad lesson ten..

"17 year" Discussed on WokeNFree

WokeNFree

02:36 min | 11 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on WokeNFree

"You guys are going to change individually which means by nature. The relationship is also going to change. So as you're changing inning bobbing as you should. It's really important to still have those touch points with your partner through the changes through the absence of the downs. Blow your mind. They're mean it kind of is is a true point. The people don't think yeah that lesson six. Give gifts that your partner wants. I love this. This might be this big. you've ever said effort relearn. Those early is the. You shouldn't give gifts that you wanna give. You should actually give them something that they want yet. I thought about this because recently you're watching modern the modern family show right ass and they had this where the wife gives the husband some gifts that he doesn't want she has no clue what he wants. Both the crazy thing is. She never even asked what he wants. He had no idea right chooses taking a guess. He's like let me surprise them with this great band that he loves no. He doesn't even know that song. So let's get it together. You messed that up. So i think you should ask. What your pert- partner wants and then you won't fall into this trap. Ask them what they want and at least give them some of the things they want. You can always get surprises. But make sure to give them something that they definitely want tidbit. I recommend surprising people with an amazon gift card. That's surprised everybody wants. Some people want to be surprised with other things. Maybe but i know you know what i like..

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"17 year" Discussed on WokeNFree

WokeNFree

05:53 min | 11 months ago

"17 year" Discussed on WokeNFree

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"17 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"17 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Today. Chapter sixteen god tells ezekiel and extended metaphor about his relationship with israel and while the overall point of the metaphor is clear every commentary. I read cautioned against getting into the weeds with this metaphor simply because every comparison breaks down at some level. So we'll just look at it through the lens of regular glasses not a microscope. Because that's how most metaphors and parables are intended to be received. So here's what we're looking at. Israel is an abandoned orphan unloved and left to die but then someone the king of the universe by the way rescues this orphan and nurses her back to health. He uses nineteen verbs to describe all he does for the orphan when he rescues her. I passed by you. i saw you. I said to you live. I made you flourish. I spread the corner of my garment over you. I covered your nakedness. I made my vow to you. I entered into a covenant with you. I bathed with water. I washed off your blood. I anointed you with oil. I closed you with embroidered. Cloth i- shod you with fine leather. I wrapped you in fine linen. I covered you with silk i- adorned you with garments at put bracelets on your risks and a chain on your neck epa ring on your nose and earrings in your ears and a beautiful crown on your head. I bestowed splendor on you. But eventually she loves the kings gifts more than the king himself and because of his care for her. She's beautiful so she trusts in her beauty to get our whatever she wants. She uses all the king's gifts to lure in other lovers. She makes idols out of them and in a devastating turn of events. She forgets that. She was once a helpless child who was rescued and she ends up sacrificing her own children or idolatry becomes unsatisfying but instead of turning away from it she dives in deeper idolatry always demands more making us needier and more frantic and insecure. She goes from being a prostitute who receives gifts from her lover's to one who is so desperate for love and security that she gives them gifts to keep them around in verse forty one god says he's about to put a stop to it all his judgment for her sins we'll bring them to a screeching halt. He says her sins are even worse than those of sodom and gomorrah and notice. What god says was the root of saddam's big problem. We tend to only pay attention to how their problem manifested in one specific way but as always god gets down to the heart of the issue. So what was the heart of saddam's issue in verses forty nine thousand fifty god says behold. This was the guilt of your sister. Sodom she and her daughters had pride excessive food and prosperous ease but did not aid the poor and needy. They were haughty and did an abomination before me. So i removed them. God addresses their other sins elsewhere in scripture like genesis nineteen and jude one seven and he doesn't ignore their sexual sin here either. He addresses the abomination. They did but he attached their actions to their attitudes to their pride and arrogance. God is always digging deeper. And of course that pride and arrogance manifested and other areas besides their sexual sin and god points those out here too. He had given them so much but they lived in luxury without caring for the poor and needy and in the midst of all this god says jerusalem is worse than sodom and he promises to punish her for her sin a punishment that looks a lot like death but he still promises to restore her fortunes in the future in chapter seventeen we read a payable. That would normally call for glasses. But let's put down our glasses and pull out some binoculars because this one's about a bird. God says a big eagle who is king nebi of babylon plucks. Up a shoot like a tiny vine and drops it down again and it grows into a tall vine the shoot is king chin the one who surrendered kicking nebi was captured and then provided for all the days of his life. We read that story in second kings twenty four and twenty five so we can see how the imagery fits the eagle plucking shoot and dropping it down and having it grow tall then king nebi does a little more gardening planting king zedekiah in judah handle things but unlike the first fine king chin kings at a cairo reaches out to a different eagle egypt. Who happens to be flying. Overhead kings at aci is hoping to be plucked up and transplanted but instead he'll just wither and die. Egypt is not god's appointed eagle. God promised all this a long time ago. He sent jeremiah to warn the kings of judah to surrender to babylon if they wanted to survive. It sounds completely illogical but it was his plan and only qingcheng follow the plan albeit probably out of fear not surrender. Everyone else looked for a different escape. Route than the one god commanded and they got what god promised judgment and exile but god kept his promise to bliss to king chin thrived even amidst. Half-hearted obedience because god is merciful. God wraps up. The parable by saying he himself will plant a sprig on the lofty mountains of israel and it will grow up into a cedar that will bear fruit and make shade and be a home for all kinds of birds. This is a reference to the messiah and the coming kingdom and god promises. His prophecy will be fulfilled. My god shot today was at the end of chapter. Sixteen right after. God reprimands israel for playing the whore and being worse than sodom israel has despised. God and broken the covenant. And do you know what his responses he leans in he broadens and widens and deepens his relationship with his people by expanding the covenant they broke the conditional covenant so he made an eternal one. They forgotten the covenant. But he says he will remember it. They've sinned against him an inverse sixty three. He says he will atone for their sins. He will cover the cost himself. Do you see him. Tipping them off to the plan for the arrival of jesus on the scene here this has been his plan all along to restore his people to himself. God's excessive love is shocking and praise inducing. He's wear the joy is we've been reading scripture together for eight months and i thought it might be fun to try to memorize scripture together. August bonus content. Who's my personal scripture memorization method. I always used songs. And these are some of the songs effort and for myself and for years to help me. Commit god's word to memory it's nothing fancy but if it's helped me retain some of these verses for almost a decade so if this sounds great to you but you're not in our patriot family you can join today by clicking the link in the show notes or backbreaking the patriot page at the bible. Recap dot com..

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"17 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"17 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Today's reading opens judah is in the middle of a drought that has come as a part of their judgment. They cry out to god but as we know. They're not crying out him for repentance. They're only crying out to him for relief. Their prayer is beautiful but most commentators seem to think it was actually jeremiah. Preying on their behalf again. Here are two reasons why commentators think that a we've seen no other signs of repentance from them and be after the prayer god tells jeremiah again not to pray for them regardless of who is praying this prayer god responds in verses ten through thirteen and says the answer is no god says his plan is to deliver them over to sword famine and pestilence and jeremiah says you know those are the exact things their profits are them. You won't do right jeremiah. Seems to be trying to defend the people because maybe they've just been misled by the prophets. First of all. They're still guilty of the ends of idolatry oppressing the poor and slaughtering their kids so even if the prophets were misleading them about there being no consequences for those sins they still committed those sins and have hearts that have turned away from god. Jeremiah seems to forget that altogether and second god makes it clear that those profits are not his prophets. All the things. They're saying things they're either making up in their own minds or hearing from demons and in an ironic move of justice god will have them be devoured by the very things they promise won't happen including sword and famine alongside the people who believed them. God grieves over this and then either jeremiah or judah offers up what appears to be another prayer on judas behalf in verses nineteen through twenty two one reason to think it's jeremiah is because as a prophet he represents the people to god and represents god to the people. He's a mediator of sorts and he still seems to have that priestley heart since he comes from a long line of priests. There mediators too. So it's probably the most natural thing in the world for him to continue pleading with god hoping that god will relent on the other hand one reason to think. It's judah praying. This prayer is because they get one thing super wrong. In the prayer in twenty one the prayer says do not break your covenant with us. God is not the one who broke the covenant with them they broke it but it would be just like judah to put that spin on it for sure in chapter fifteen god responds to the prayer by driving the point home. A little further he says. Even if moses and samuel asked me despair these people the destruction. I'd still say no and of the four possible outcomes famine sword pestilence and exile. He has already determined the specific end for each person. Any time it starts to feel at god's being harsh it's a good time to zoom out and remember exactly what has happened in isolation his response seems extreme but in the overall story he's given them everything and they're not just worshipping false idols. They're sacrificing their own children to those idols. God does act severely but he always act justly starting in verse ten jeremiah and god have a conversation where jeremiah himself seems to think that god is being too harsh not just on the people but on him god reminds jeremiah that he's working on his purposes and plans and the he hasn't forgotten him in the midst of all this or abandoned him. Jeremiah loves galway and his word and he's willing to endure a lonely life to be used by god but it's hard not only. Does everyone hate him for speaking the truth but he knows these trials. He's warning people are coming for him to and it all feels like too much to endure. Then god responds with a bit of a rebuke but also a promise that he will be with jeremiah and strengthen him in verse twenty one god tells jeremiah i will deliver you out of the hand of the wicked and redeem you from the grasp of the ruthless. That means they will have a grip on him at some point. God's people are never promised will be spared from trials but we're always promised that we're not alone in them. But god is the only real companion jeremiah will have god forbids him to marry or have kids not because got his cruel. But because god doesn't want any hypothetical family members to suffer. I think it's interesting. That people quote god's command to add them to be fruitful and multiply as though it's a universal command but i've never heard anyone quote god's command to jeremiah in that way some of us are given singleness and childlessness for god's purposes. God also says that no one should mourn over the people who will die judah. Their deaths are the result of their wickedness but because they haven't paid any attention to god and his cabinet. They'll have no idea why god is doing this. They'll accuse him of being unfair. But god says after all this he will bring back a remnant he will send people to gather them and bring them home. They will repent and fully know. Who got is finally in chapter seventeen. God tells us about two kinds of people. The man who trust in man and doesn't rely on god his soul will be parched. Then there's the man who trust in god. His soul flourishes even in a drought. I nine goes on to say that the man who trust in himself is a fool because his heart can't be trusted he shortsighted but god isn't it. God sees everything and his judgments can be trusted we close with a lengthy reminder about the importance of keeping the sabbath as a set apart day of the week. Why do you think it's so hard for people to take a day off. Why does god have to command that. The people may not realize it but failure to keep the sabbath signals and mistrust in god's provision. that's also where my god shot came in today. What kind of. God sets up resting as an act of worship. That's incredible people. Tend to view god as an angry taskmaster making demands on his people nonstop and while god does call his people to work hard for sure he also knows. Our souls desperately need to reconnect with him and that doesn't happen as easily in the chaos sabbath gives us space for intimacy with god. He wants us to slow down and fix our eyes on him yes. He wants constant communication but he also wants focused time to put a mary life spin on it. He doesn't just want a kiss on the way out the door or a few text messages here and there those are great and they're helpful in staying connected but he also wants a weekly date night where the kids are at the sitter and there are no errands to run and you can just sit down and enjoy a meal together. I want that kind of time with him regularly. he's where the joy is. If you think israel is primitive and sepia-toned void. Do i have exciting news for you. It's one of the most modern stunning places on earth. I also want to answer a question. Many of you might be asking in your head. yes. I feel safer there than i do here in dallas. It's the most peaceful place i've ever been. And i've never once felt afraid when i'm there. We lead small bible based tours of israel once or twice a year. The chips are usually ten days. Total which are not only spent seeing the places of jesus life death and resurrection but also eating the best food in the world and staying in some great hotels. If you want to find out more info about our trips visit the bible recap dot com and click on the israel link. Just fill out the interest form. Then we'll send you details. You can also check for lincoln today. Show notes the bible recap is brought to you by group. 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"17 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"17 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"By isaiah is primarily concerned with warning. God's people about their sins. Today he launches into the first fifteen chapters of prophetic speeches or oracles to a bunch of pagan nations. And we'll find out why he starts out with babylon which is one of the ruling powers of the ancient world. They're the ones who will take the people of judah into captivity jerusalem falls and about one hundred years and in today's reading. God pronounces eight prophetic judgment on them for the thing they haven't done yet. God's sovereignty shows up right off the bat in this scenario in thirteen three he refers to babylon as my consecrated ones. As far as they're concerned they have not consecrated themselves to yali. No sir but the point of this terminology is to show that god has consecrated them or set them apart for his own purposes. He has a plan to use them and their sinful ways to work out his long term plans to bless his people initially through discipline but then through restoration. Babylon will think they're doing their own thing. But they'll be fulfilling god's plan and the fact that it's written out more than one hundred years in advance serves as evidence that the idea didn't originate with them then even though god is using their sin to accomplish his will as he does with all sin he still punishes it as he does with all sin so he tells them how they will eventually be overtaken in return for what they did to his people. This is the kind of big big picture sovereignty that it's hard to wrap our minds around. Sometimes it's the kennedy thing that can feel threatening to our ideas of self sovereignty and it's okay to wrestle with that but what i always come back to is that ultimately i'm really glad i'm not self sovereign. I know my heart to well to wish that on anyone so bad things you're about to happen. I to judah at the hands of babylon and then to babylon for what they did to judah. They'll both be destroyed for babylon. The end of the story is judgment and desolation. But for god's people the end of the story is restoration and fulfillment the people of babylon which probably represents all the ruling powers of the world will eventually attach themselves to the peoples of the restored israel and offer themselves as servants. That's how juxtaposed things will be from where they are now. Oh how the tables will turn chapter. Fourteen paints this story in an interesting way remember. How prophecy can often speak to or more stories at the same time and how it can also speak truth about things that have happened in the past. Some scholars believe that's what we're seeing here in fourteen twelve to fifteen. What's for certain. Is that isaiah speaking. About what will happen to the king of babylon who will lose all his power and position too arrogant attempts to exalt himself. What's possible is that isaiah is paralleling. The king situation to the story of a high ranking angelic being someone referred to as day star or star of the dawn in most translations some translations listed as lucifer. That's the latin translation of the english. Word were day star or star of the dawn. Either way it's a common noun not a proper name regardless what you call him. This angelic being decided he wanted to be god instead of serve god and that's when he was cast down from heaven. There's some possible. Overlap between this passage and ezekiel twenty eight. Eleven through seventeen which seems to point to the same idea. We'll post a link in the show notes with a bit more info on this. But it's something. I hold with a really open hand moving on from babylon. We continue with oracles against four more nations. Today next up is a syria. The ones who destroyed the northern kingdom and mount a pretty severe attack against judah too. So god is going to punish them and as got his crushing them. The yoke and the burden they've placed on israel will be broken effectively freeing israel. Then we move onto felicita. I say reminds the philistines that got as only promised to preserve and protect his people so even if they happen to see a reprieve from oppression. It won't last as ahah says. God's heart is set on his people and he'll be a refuge to them onto moab their oracle gets two whole chapters and has a distinctly different tone from the oracles for the other nations for instance. We repeatedly see god morning over the destruction of moab this is almost certainly because the mo abides are distant relatives of the israelites. Ruth the moa bite was king. David's great grandmother. And david left his parents with the king of moab wiz live was being threatened regardless these distant relatives have to be judged for their sends like anyone else. It's always interesting to see. God mourn over having to punish sin god is a real person with a real personality. And he's multifaceted just like anyone else though. His characteristics never contradict each other. The moa bites will mourn over their own destruction. Shaving their heads putting on sackcloth and they'll seek refuge in judah. I had to be honest. I kind of chuckled. When in the midst of all their grief we came across this verse mourn utterly stricken for the raisin cakes of cure harissa. Sorry isaiah. I'll mourn for a lot of things but raising cakes are not on the list. Today's final oracle is for damascus. a city in syria. The prophecy opens by saying it will become a heap of ruins and even though it exists today it was conquered at least three times over the next four hundred years and destroyed at least once but god says there will be a remnant here. Why does damascus get a remnant when they're not part of his family. There's something interesting going on here and it helps if we know two things first that damascus shares a border with the northern kingdom of israel. And second that. The northern kingdom of israel was often collectively referred to as ephraim you may recall that ephraim is one of the ten tribes in the northern kingdom in this oracle ephraim and damascus are kind of blurred together the northern kingdom has gotten so far off the path that they've effectively merged with this pagan nation despite that god has mercy on them by preserving remnant who will turn to worship. Y'all way again. My god shot came from the spots. Where god mourned over the destruction of moab in fifteen five is heart cries out for moab and in sixteen nine. He says i will drench you with my tears. It's incredible to see his tender heartedness toward a pagan nation. That has rejected him. Most people don't expect to see compassion like this in the old testament but his character has always been the same god. The father god the son and god the spirit are not only consistent throughout eternity but within themselves as well yesterday today and forever keys where the joy is one of my favorite things i do. Every year is lead small tours to israel. We usually go once a year sometimes. More the chips are usually ten days. Total eight days on the ground in israel plus a travel day on each end depending where you're coming from we visit the places of jesus life ministry death and resurrection where jewish tour guide. Moshe gives us the back story than i take us deeper into the scriptures short devotional. We also have some optional fun. Outings like floating in the dead sea into being on the jordan river. We stay great. Hotels see stunning landscapes and eat the best food in the world but most of all we come home with a deeper knowledge of the word. A deeper love for the lord recap the groups at around twenty five people per trip which is small enough that we can still get to know each other and have a fun group dynamic. Both men and women are welcome to join us. And we'd love to have you on one of our upcoming trips if you're even slightly interested fill out the interest form on our site today and we'll send you more info to help you make a decision. It's not a commitment visit the bible. Recap dot com and click on the israel link or check for lincoln the ship notes..

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"17 year" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"17 year" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Common species of insect there. Over three thousand species of cicadas all around the world and they can be found on every continent except antarctica. Most of the species are annual species with regular life cycle that occurs every year with some species going dormant for several years. However there is a particular genus in the cicadas family. Keta or periodic. They're found exclusively in the eastern part of the united states and they have a very unusual development cycle. They will only appear once every thirteen or seventeen years when they do. If you happen to be in the area it can be an incredible experience. Billions of insects will rise up almost simultaneously and create an incredible cacophony. So what exactly is happening. And why do they do this periodic. Data's engage in reproductive strategy. Known as predator sation the idea behind it is pretty simple. it's basically taking a shotgun approach to reproduction. When the cicadas emerge a whole lot of them are going to get eaten by predators like birds however if you have multiple billions of cicadas. They can't eat all of them. It's sorta like the online campaign a few years ago to get a million people to rush into area fifty one. If you get enough people it would be impossible to stop them. All a one acre plot of land with periodic. Cicadas can have as many as one point. Five million of them emerge at the same time sometime in the spring of the year that they're going to emerge they begin digging tunnels to the surface. Some might actually build small mounds which extend above the surface. They're all waiting for the ground temperature to reach a certain level which is about sixty degrees fahrenheit or eighteen degrees celsius when the temperature reaches that point which is usually in late april or early may depending on the area. They all come out at exactly the same time. All of the cicadas which emerge at the same time in the same schedule are considered to be part of a single brood. There are twenty three of the brood in the united states which are on separate thirteen or seventeen year timers in two thousand twenty one. The largest brewed brew. Ten is coming out. Which is why people are making such a big deal out of it. Bruton is actually scattered over multiple states from ohio to tennessee to indiana pennsylvania and a few others. So what do the cicadas do. Once they leave the ground. once they're out there considered nymphs. There are still in the casings which they've been growing in the ground and the first order of business is to molt. They will do that either on the ground or on some vertical surface. They will then do nothing for a few days as they wait for their exo skeletons to harden and finalize their transition to adults. I should note that. Cicadas are not locus locus are more like grasshoppers they have a mouth in the things takeda's mouth they have more of a sucker like a mosquito. They feed by making small slits plants and consuming their fluid. They might damage the plant. But they really don't consume them per se and they won't kill them. They won't wipe out an entire field of crops as an adult s. Akita has one real purpose in life to reproduce at this point once it becomes of adult. It only has a few more weeks to live and during this time it has to not be eaten and try to find a mate the males will make an incredibly loud sound that can reach up to one hundred decibels which.

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"17 year" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"17 year" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Real world. We learn how to deal with different people and learn responsibility and it's a special time prepare for our future in a Charles Dickens novel titled A Tale of Two Cities. He brilliantly stated it was the best of times it was the worst of times it was the age of wisdom. It was the age of foolishness. It was a season of light. It was a season of Darkness. It was the spring of hope. It was the winter of Despair. That's a pretty good description of how life was back when I was a teenager for this week's episode. I spoke to Bridget her mother Gina and Hannah Bridget Hannah and brown Wells were best friends all three girls attended high school together in Arizona on December 29th, 2014. The body of Brianna Wells was found in the south Phoenix alley near Mobile Lane and 18th Place Brianna had been shot and then dumped their her two best friends Hannah and Bridget also teenagers at the time have never forgotten their friend. It's been nearly six years since Brianna was taken from them. They're both angry that her killer is still free. They want to see Justice for their friend and have vowed to keep Rihanna's memory alive. So that no one ever forgets her I connect to this interview, especially unique. Typically. It's a family member who's advocating for their deceased loved one in this episode. I'm speaking to the victims two best friends in the mother of one of these friends. May I ask why these ladies are pushing for justice and not the family. All three said that Brianna's family has just moved on and have done little to pursue Justice for her regardless off. I'm glad these three friends are committed to getting Justice for this young girl. They have even brought in a private investigator to help them find out what happened to Brianna in 2014. Now on with the story off Brianna Wells is told by Bridgette Gina and Hannah. I started my interview with Bridget who told me about her friendship with Brianna. I first met her in June eighth grade. We had like a history class together. We kind of sat next to each other and we were acquaintances at that time. And then in freshman year, we became really close friends because of our friend Hannah we would hang out pretty much every day. She was just really sweet really funny. She had been held back so she was a little bit like a year older than us, but she said acted way younger than us. It almost felt like she was our little sister. But yeah, we were just really good friends with her. We used to hang out pretty much every day. And as we got to know her more Through The Years wasn't really allowed to go out much freshman year, like she was never allowed to really leave the house, but probably took off more years when she was finally allowed to start hanging out at Hannah's house and we would hang out there a lot and she was just she was like a little kid. She was she was kind of like had she reminded me of having life personality of a puppy like that's how I was kind of think of her kind of acted really like a little kid. Yeah. She was just sweet and funny and then we ended up we we were just really close. We went to a lot of her like fac event to a lot of like sleepovers at her house. We went to her sister's like going away to college party. We were kind of close to her brother. So you got the door parents or family pretty well. And so what kind of what kind of people were parents her parents are really weird. They were very controlling about Where She Went what she did. I remember they went off on vacation and yep. Point and they weren't going to take her because I don't remember why Johannes mom cuz she was over at his house. All the time was like, oh she can just stay with us and they like gave her a list off like rules and they gave she was on all these like crazy medications that they they called Hannah's mom like every hour on the hour. Like did you take her medication what she's doing in a really controlling? Well, it was just really weird. I remember she had like a it was pretty much like a sandwich bag full of medications that she had to take like three times a day and we know that she had BPD so she was borderline personality but a lot of borderline personality, they're not supposed to be on medication. So I don't know where she was getting medication from no Hana is your other friend. Is that correct? Yeah. I'm okay. So when you guys hung around together did your friend seemed troubled or will she worried about anything that she was she afraid of death or did she think that maybe somebody was out to harm her? Does she have any of those thoughts? There's that's that's what that's what it was really shocking is that you know, she didn't really have any like enemies or anything like that. Like we don't remember her having issues with anyone really other than her parents. That's why it was really weird. She never was like scared of anything nothing like that. Yeah. I mean she's a seventeen-year-old kid. So to me, I mean, I'm sorry, but most seventeen-year-olds. I mean they didn't really quite do anything to make enough enemies yet to have anybody wanted something to them. So it would seem kind of strange why somebody would harm her. I mean if it wasn't a robbery or some kind of a sexual assault. She likely wouldn't have anybody that wanted her dead. I wouldn't think unless she did something really bad to somebody but yeah, no, but it's based on what you're saying about your friend. It seems like she was a pretty friendly normal in high school kid. That wouldn't hurt a fly. I don't remember her ever being in like in trouble or she never did that we knew of like a pig. Drugs or anything, like nothing like that. She was very innocent. She we weren't really like kids that were going out and partying. We were pretty much babysitting Hannah's twelve-year-old Brothers every day. So that's what we did. We just hung out with her twelve year old neighborhood kids and played Kick the Can and stuff like that. We weren't doing anything that would get us in trouble really that's kind of what we did and then it's just I don't understand how she got into that scenario. It doesn't make sense to me. So when was the last time did you do you remember when you last said your conversation with her the last time we had seen her is wage was probably in like, what was it August? Okay. So in March, we went to her slumber party. It was very weird. So it was that year in March. She had a summer party and her parents right before they they got divorced parents were like fighting the whole time her mom. Her sister's boyfriend was there and her mom was calling her sister like a horror for having her boyfriend there. It was just really uncomfortable and that's when we yep. I said there was walks on her cupboards. They weren't allowing them to eat. It was really uncomfortable situation and then a couple months later her parents get divorced and she moved in with her dad and her sister took wage college and then her I think maybe like a couple of months later her brother moved away out of state and then they sent her away. Well before they sent her away. She was telling us in March that she was pregnant mom, but she never had a boyfriend and we had never met a boyfriend. She's never talked about a boyfriend and we were she was shelling so she was like really tall really skinny, so we could start to notice a stomach on her, but she thought it was just cuz we knew that she wasn't eating so we thought she was like starving. That's why we thought she had a stomach we were we didn't believe that she was pregnant. So she kept telling us that she was pregnant. That's probably around the last time we talked to her cuz she tells wage like, oh my parents are sending me away to somewhere in Nevada and I won't be able to see you guys for a long time. So we were like, okay it was normal. They always sent her job. Like a mental health facility in Tempe. We didn't think that that was weird. But then she's gone for a couple of months. She was gone from August to December and then she messages Us in December and she says like hey, I'm back but my parents won't let me see you guys and they're not going to let me go back to school and she's like, they're not letting me do the house and not letting me hang out with anyone and they're not going to let me go back to school. So we were like, oh, okay. Well, that sucks. Like keep us keep in touch. We tried to stay in touch with her and then maybe like a couple of weeks after she messaged.

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