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"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:14 min | Last week

"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

"They are able to they start fighting with each other because one's trying to sedate the other Aaron three is trying to sedate Aaron two to keep Aaron two from doing what Aaron two does, but Aaron two is stronger than iron three. So Aaron two was able to overpower him and basically just say what let's go our separate ways. You do your own thing. Because basically once you follow fail safe, one of the fail safe boxes, you're there. You're there in parallel. There's no real going back because you have to power down the fail safe box to go to basically re sync the timelines. So whenever they do one of those loops, when they do one of the loops with the primary boxes, they always have the fail safe running the background because when it's running, you're creating an a end, and then when you enter it, you're going in the B end. So essentially, whenever you go back through the a end, you end up at the B end. So your timeline is synced. But with a fail safe box, you can't turn it off, otherwise you lose that and so normally when you're going in one of the primary boxes, you're able to keep the timeline in sync. You don't have duplicates. But when you use the fail safe boxes, you're creating a duplicate person who can't be erased. Essentially. So you've got multiple errands running around. Which I think Roger Ebert brought up the paradox of the conservation of mass where it's at managers, neither created nor destroyed the universe. So it's like, how do you account for a sudden new duplicate version? Yeah, and they can touch each other because they can attack one. If I'm trying to and they don't just explode or implode or whatever. You know what? The staple of any good time traveling thing is if you don't go wibbly wobbly timey wimey you're like go cross eyed, then it's not quite time travel. Is it believable that there would be two clones fighting each other, neither one tries to give each other a hand job? And that's her title. This has been another episode. Good episode. God damn it. Now I want to watch it again, but I don't want to watch it again at the same time. That's the thing. Give it time. Hey. Hey. Linear bings up in here. So this has been another episode of talking about primer on demand. Give it a watch. Check out our 15. It's a little fucky. It's worth a watch. New edible watch it. Check somebody else. Into watching it. Don't drink a bottle of wine either. Yeah. Or do. Audio's fucked at the beginning. It gets better. Watch it with subtitles. If you don't watch movies with subtitles in this video, then I don't understand. Also, yeah. Damn, I wanted subtitles on nope in a bad way. It was so quiet and some spots. But yeah, we're going to talk about that moving next. And yeah, we think you have to join us, Travis bud. Sean Jordan, want to see us. And we will see you guys next time. I love you guys. I miss you. I know I'm talking to all right, listeners. Taylor Swift. Yeah. Goodbye today.

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"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:58 min | Last week

"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Well, they were like, oh, is there any movies you need to watch for the podcast? And I was like, well, I need to watch primer and they're like, oh, we'll watch it with you. Well, sorry, Sean's parents. They're not all winners. Actually, Sean's parents, you guys sound super cool, so you need to meet me 'cause I'm also super cool at some point. He's all right. I just know that I love you already without having met you. Sean showed me pictures on your pickers. Showed me pickers. So overall, I think I would give this movie a 6. You do have to kind of grade on a curve. Just for how it is. The storytelling itself is just clunky. It doesn't do itself a lot of favors in the storytelling and you don't really get any you don't get any points for me for like being extra cheeky about it and like not telling the story while that's just bad storytelling. Yeah. And I feel like that's just something that that comes with experience that comes with obviously a movie that's more than $7000 is going to be written by somebody who has a bigger backdrop in storytelling and screenplays, but I think this is a good movie and I think it's deservedly has a cult following. So we're close to 30 minutes. So it is with the spoilers. So give us the juice. Essentially, and if I don't know how much you tracked on this, but essentially,

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"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:57 min | Last week

"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

"This is like, you got a bunch of theoretical physicists in a room, gave them a blackboard and they're like, all right, created a time travel movie and they said, well, if you think about it, you gotta have the voltron and the I do love voltron. Yeah, a lot of this is all is all the bullet points of outline of a time travel movie. And them getting all of those out of the way, like in the first 15, 20 minutes were like, yeah. We have to say it out loud at least. Okay, well, we'll do that. Yeah. I'll be with that. I didn't enjoy it. You did enjoy it? I did enjoy it. And it's like, you have to, I think, like you said, give it a handicap, give it some leeway for its budget and the lack of everything. I give movies like there's a lot more leeway than I give movies like Thor: Love and Thunder. You grade on a curve when it comes to like MCU movies. Yeah, I mean, or any movie like that where it's like $200 million and you've got Oscar winning people in front of. If you did Thor: Love and Thunder for $7000, that would be a fucking achievement. We want to see that. A 100%. But the fact that it was made for 200 cardboard. 200 50 million. And it's disappointing. I grate it tougher. Than a movie that's $7000. You have to. Hits above its weight. So I mean, I would say 6 and a half, I wave 6 and a half or 7 out of ten. It's somewhere in that range for me, for sure. 7? Somewhere in there, yeah. Yeah. All right, give us our spoilers. I'll give you a little spoiler free. I mean, warm it up for us. Yeah, this movie is, first of all, this movie was mostly filmed in Richardson, Texas, at the University of Texas at Dallas, which is where I went to school. Go comment swoosh. So it was largely filmed at the engineering lab. The engineering, the school of engineering, and also physics lab. So that's like all the scenes where they were talking to the scientists were like, all right, tell them what you told me. It's like, well, what I told him was this protein, if I were to examine it, this would be fire. That was all that you do. So that's my home school. Not shout out. So that's really how I know about this movie is this was a big movie when I was an undergrad because I was there about the time that it came out. After it came out, but it was one of those movies that was constantly being shown as like, look how cool and sciencey we are. It is a movie you kind of have to grade on a curve, the storytelling is really clunky. Not easy to follow. If it's your first time watching it, you don't know what to expect, which is why I specifically did not take an edible when I watched this movie as I was like, I've watched this before and I just could not get into it. It's kind of slow. It's dry.

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"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:25 min | Last week

"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

"My dad started picking apart the techno jargon, which I was like, dad, you gotta stop. Watch that movie. It's just a movie. And I, you know, I've always noticed that the pros and stuff like that, they find the nitpick, the stuff like that. And it's like, yeah, I mean, the movie doesn't have to pass the ultimate test of the expert. It has to pass the audience task. My dad did the same thing watching Top Gun. He was like, you're telling me that planes already fueled up. Tell me they don't have to do a whole full on checklist. They tell me. It's like, no, no. I'm like, all right, well, you know, willing suspension of disbelief here. It's an awesome power thing. It's like, you know, why don't you hold this relax and have a good time? Warm liquid goo phase. So this depicts two friends to engineers, they start out with four, but then they win on their way down to two. Aaron aid, which I caught an interesting biblical overtone with that of two of the original biblical figures. The truth plays Aaron and then David Sullivan plays Abe. They attempt to invent some kind of contraption to garage without a real clear idea of what they're creating. And it turns out that what they build, they find out at the time machine. Via the discover, the protein that are in this box that they build age rapidly. They just whoopsy doodled their way into a time machine. Yes. Yeah. And so they figured out that if they build a box big enough and get in there, they will be able to travel backwards in time. And so they begin to begin experiments using themselves as Guinea pigs and began traveling in time. Specifically creating a time feedback loop where if you enter at point a, you can exit at point B, which is linear time travel, or you can enter at point B and exit at point a, which is reverse time travel. And essentially using that to create a loop, a 6 hour loop of time in which they can create or do anything. Yeah. We just touch feet. It's very sweet. Oh, I like your socks. Thank you. Ankle socks. Brought to you by puma. No, we are not. So the two men encounter ethical philosophical and ultimately physical problems from their time traveling. And it leads to debate between them about what to do with this technology they developed. And the film's final act kind of devolves into Christopher Nolan style plot twists and bends. In my opinion, real slap acidly turned into a Christopher Nolan. Comparing this to Christopher Nolan is rough for Christopher Nolan. Yes. But I mean, I got a little vibes of everything from memento to the prestige and the idea of having doubles.

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"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:23 min | Last week

"2004" Discussed on Cinemavino

"And welcome back to cinema veno. It's good to have you guys here. It's good to be here. I'm gonna Sean. Jordan. Hello. Travis bud. It's your boy. Your boy, we're going to talk about the next installment of time travel series. And we're going to drink a little love, rodeo, Spain. From Rueda. Let's be an interesting refreshing, very chilled white wine. It's going to be red is like north central, I believe. Okay. It's very different from the southern the last one that we had. Yeah. But I actually think I like this one better. A little bit more mature, a little more body full. Yeah. I don't know. I like the effervescence of the pop and bottles. And that's valid bubbles. So I would probably like this one even better if it had bubbles. 13 point 5%. It's not a more body. That's going to be a little more food friendly. If that one's an aperitif, this one's with the meal. Yeah, it definitely feels like this one's getting a little bit closer to a French wine. Yeah. And this one's harder to read because it's all in Spanish. And so yeah, this would be a 2016. Thanksgiving wine. Yeah, this one was probably just about at the peak of drinking. Yeah, I think it's going to start going downhill after this. The best paired with a Popeyes spicy chicken sandwich. Yeah. Or number 6 Wendy's. And as you've told me to do, which was a dynamite message, like always add extra pickles. And that's you can not go a mess. Yeah. The brininess is nice. A little extra pickle bite. Bring in the brine, as you say. We also have. A little more snap to your life. It's Brian and time. So we're going to talk about primer. Time travel movie came out in 2004 and independent film. Oddly enough, not about paint. This is Sean's pick. This was my pick.

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The Atlantic: How Six States Could Overturn the 2024 Election

Mark Levin

01:21 min | Last week

The Atlantic: How Six States Could Overturn the 2024 Election

"How 6 states could overturn the 2024 election The Atlantic Now look we're getting a lot of this Were the Democrats and their surrogates in the media Their professors and the rest of them are now laying the foundation for an argument that if the Republicans win In 2024 it's not legitimate Now it is they who did that in 2000 it is they who did that in 2004 it is they who did that in 2016 and they were all poised to do the same in 2024 Excuse me 2020 you may recall Well the mailboxes were all moved And you might remember it It was they who were attacking the voting machines and so forth And then when they announcements came and Biden was declared a winner they jena fled They turn on a dime And you see you can't talk about it anymore No Don't say anything Don't say anything Or you're part of the January 6 white supremacist militia

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The Final Mystery of the 1800 Presidential Election

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

The Final Mystery of the 1800 Presidential Election

"By the way credit to John furling author November 1 2004 of this outstanding piece The final mystery of the election of 1800 is whether Thomas Jefferson and his backers would have sanctioned violence Had he been denied the presidency Soon after taking office Jefferson claimed that quote there was no idea of using force but his remark proves little He joined the ongoing battle in the house he alternately spoke of a seeding to the federalist misconduct in the hope that their behavior would ruin them of calling a second constitutional convention He probably would have chosen one or both of those courses before risking bloodshed in the end of the union You understand Jefferson mentioned the use of force by the Republicans against the federalists and against the existing government Several times Donald Trump has mentioned it not once

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MLB struggling to get attendance back to pre-pandemic levels

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

MLB struggling to get attendance back to pre-pandemic levels

"This year's attendance through the all star break has dropped 5.4% from 2019 The last time a season was played without capacity restrictions average attendance stands at 26,409 attendance averaged over 30,000 for 14 straight seasons from 2004 to 2017 9 teams have seen a 15% drop from 2019 with the athletics attendance plunging 55% 18 are on pace to beat their 2019 figures including the Blue Jays at 48 and a half percent I'm Dave

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Michelle Obama 2024? Joel Gilbert and Charlie Discuss

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Michelle Obama 2024? Joel Gilbert and Charlie Discuss

"So I have to tell you the people I really trust for political analysis. They'll all kind of turn around when you ask them about 2024 and they'll lean in and they'll say, but what about Michelle Obama? You see, Michelle Obama seems to be the ex factor. We're told she's the most popular person in America. Before I welcome the film's mastermind, someone I've known for quite a while and we had a phenomenal mutual friend Tom Patrick, May he rest in peace. I want to play cut two 14. Michelle Obama is the most popular woman in America. You know I hate politics. You can forget about the disclaimer. I'm convinced that Michelle Obama is running for president in 2024. Systemic racism pepper spray and rubber bullets on peaceful protesters. She's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president. Michelle was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention, just like Barack was in 2004. Iraq once ran a voter registration organization. Now, so does Michelle. That's how we change America. Salem now dot com. You guys can watch the movie Michelle Obama 2024 with us right now. Is the man behind the film? Joe Gilbert, Joel, good to see you again. Great to be here. Thank you, Charlie. So Joel, I'll give you the floor and then I'm gonna play some devil's advocate and we'll have some fun with it. Why'd you make the film and why do you think Michelle is running in 2024? Well, as you showed in the trailer just now, I think she's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president of Barack had this voter registration organization. We started in politics called project vote, Michelle started when we all vote, which she was here a few weeks ago in Los Angeles, gave a one hour fiery speech hitting every Democrat talking point. She was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention. It's like Barack was in 2004 for John Kerry. That's the slot that they give to the person they think will probably be the nominee. At the next convention, and of course, Barack wrote his book dreams from my father that he based his candidacy on his personal story and Michelle wrote becoming her memoir in 2018. She's still on a book tour for that. So I think she's really following in his

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People Need to Cut Biden Some Slack Over Gun Control

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

People Need to Cut Biden Some Slack Over Gun Control

"Jody, am I crazy? I get what Biden's approval ratings are and some of the complaints in this and that, but I'm like, this guy has done amazing. I just don't get it. He's starting to sing job given what he inherited. And I just thought, well, and the lack of support in Congress. This was the first gun legislation we've had in 30 years. Is it enough for any of us know, of course not? No. But given the numbers we have, it's the first gun legislative anything. It's better than nothing. You had exactly. First of all, I don't want to speak for anybody who's lost someone in gun violence. Mister Oliver, who was at the signing ceremony, has. So I understand the raw emotion and all that. But again, you're heckling the wrong person. He heckled Joe Biden in the middle of signing something that we've never at least is a start, right? And I just, I don't get it. I mean, I get the emotion of this is not enough, and we have to do more, but Joe Biden agrees with you. He has said, we need an assault weapons ban, like we passed when he was a senator. But what? Oh, yes. Can we have that? Yes. The president. Okay. Saw weapons need to be banned. They were banned. I led the fight in 1994. Not under pressure in the gun manufacturers and others that ban was lifted in 2004. And that ten years it was law, mass shootings went down. The law expired in 2004, and those weapons were allowed to be sold again, mass shootings, tripled. They're the facts. I'm determined to ban these weapons again and high capacity magazines and all 30 rounds. And to let mass shooters fire hundreds of bullets in a matter of minutes. I'm not going to stop until we

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James Ackerman: Transformative 1st Experience With Prison Fellowship

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | Last month

James Ackerman: Transformative 1st Experience With Prison Fellowship

"With all the years you volunteered with prison fellowship prior to becoming the president and CEO. It is an amazing revelation to know, wow, these are people. These are people who hurt. These are people who have fallen, but they want that path to redemption and to get back into becoming productive citizens again. Yeah, that's exactly right. The first time I stepped into a prison was in 2004 as a guest of president fellowship to see the prison fellowship academy, which is what we're talking about here. And the experience was transformative for me because I realized that these men who was visiting with that day are people. And we all have made mistakes. We've all made mistakes. Not all of our mistakes have led to us serving time in prison. That's for sure. But we've all made mistakes. And we begin to see that men and women in prison are people as well. In the book of hebrews, the apostle Paul encourages us in Hebrew 13 three to remember those in prison as if we are serving with them. We're called to have an empathetic relationship with those in prison. And when we do, we begin to see the stories that you are experiencing through these letters that are being written to you by people that are experiencing real transformation, who decided you know what? I need to get my life together. Whatever I've been doing is not working for me and I need to be doing something different.

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Kevin Spacey formally charged with sex assault, will appear in U.K. court

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Kevin Spacey formally charged with sex assault, will appear in U.K. court

"Actor Kevin Spacey is expected to appear in a London court this week after he was formally charged with sexual offenses against three men and march east are a letter with the latest British police say Kevin Spacey is due to appear in court in London on Thursday He's accused of sexual assaults between March 2005 and August 2008 in London and in 2013 in western England Spacey ran London's Old Vic theater between 2004 and 2015 British police questioned him in 2019 about claims of assault separately actor Anthony rapp accused Spacey of assaulting him at a party in the U.S. in the 1980s Spacey denies the allegations

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Former Georgia Governor Zell Miller Took Leadership to the Next Level

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Former Georgia Governor Zell Miller Took Leadership to the Next Level

"As we've talked about leadership on this podcast before and it's being who you are and it's taking that ownership. Zell Miller took that to a different extreme. He took ownership of what he did. He was forceful and had a work ethic that was unmatched many times in politics to get things done. And zell Miller at the end of the day will be remembered here in Georgia for the hope scholarship, which is gave well over a $1 billion to allow students to go to college. He's will be remembered for the pre-K program at universal pre-K program. There was one of the first of its kind back in the 1990s. Again, this money from the lottery. He was a man who brought the lottery to Georgia, which most people never thought would happen, said it would go for education, made it true, and it is still working today. So why would zell Miller a Democrat who had success as a Democrat, governor, two term governor in Georgia, had a success as a United States senator appointed by the next governor Roy Barnes to fill the seat of Paul coverdale. Why would he stand at this 2004 convention and go against his own party? Go against some of the things. And it's comes down to basically his upbringing for lack of a better term. And also his experience in the United States Marine Corps. Zell Miller was a marine till he died. And Marine Corps made the lasting impression upon him that he wrote down in a little book called core values. Corbett is everything you need to know. I learned in the marines. And I was going back through my bookshelf the other day and I was reading through this and I was looking at political courage and I was seeing Joe Biden and the Biden administration seemingly blaming everybody else in the world for all of their problems and everything going on. That this book just stuck

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Ronald Reagan's Evolution From FDR Democrat to 'Happy Republican'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Ronald Reagan's Evolution From FDR Democrat to 'Happy Republican'

"He is a good friend of America first. Professor Paul kango. Welcome back to one on one. Yeah, thanks, Seth. You are in. How did you put it the in salubrious fetid swamp of D.C.? I love that. I got to write that down. That is one of my line is the in salubrious fetid swamp. Yes, indeed. So we've got to have a sense of humor. We've got to be happy warriors is Reagan taught us. But that prediction that I played, even to somebody who's not a talk radio host, somebody who looks at history, dispassionately, it seems like we may have arrived at his prediction, though. Well, it's interesting that Serrano Reagan, who had been a liberal, right? In fact, he described himself as a hemophiliac liberal, a bleeding heart liberal. And we're here talking, this would be Reagan died June 5th, 2004. So this is going on 20 years, almost the 20 year anniversary, I guess, of his death. 18 years ago, this past June. But his life, you know, he saw all of these ideologies, Seb, he had been an FDR Democrat. He had voted for Harry Truman, his father loved FDR. He admired FDR, and then he slowly, through an evolution because of a number of different reasons, among other things, working for General Electric, GE theater and seeing how private enterprise really worked. And also seeing in Hollywood communists dealing with marxists who called themselves

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Jim Seals of ’70s group Seals and Crofts dies at 80

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Jim Seals of ’70s group Seals and Crofts dies at 80

"Musician Jim seals of the group seals and crofts has died at the age of 80 details of his death were not given I marches are a letter with the latest Jim seals was the one with the cap Together with dash crofts they had a string of hits in the 1970s including summer breeze diamond girl get closer and we may never pass this way again They broke up in 1980 but it had brief reunions in the early 1990s and in 2004 seals and crofts met while playing in another band They were both in the champs that seals on sacks and crops on drums

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Did the Former Assault Weapon Ban Actually Work?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Did the Former Assault Weapon Ban Actually Work?

"But let's talk about this assault weapon man that Joe Biden has brought up and then many in the House and Senate. We're going to see this again coming up and have come up here in the house. Probably this week. And did it work? Okay, here's the conversation. Did it work? Did the assault weapon ban that was in. They came out of in the 1990s actually worked. And here's a quote from the violent crime and control law enforcement at Congress required Justice Department to examine the effects of the quote assault weapons ban. In the study was mandated and this is what they came up. The band guns were never used when more than a modest fraction of all gun murders. Before the ban and the band's ten round limit on new magazines was not a factor in multiple victims or multiple wound crimes, a follow-up study in 2004 concluded that assault weapons and others were used only in a minority of gun cross prior to the 1994 federal land and relatively few attacks involved more than ten shots fired. Okay? It actually doesn't work. You can go back to others studies and this was from a study back in 2004 as well. In which there was coming before a committee. And the fact checkers basically say it. This was, in general, we found very, really, very, very little evidence, almost none that gun violence was becoming any less lethal in less interest during this time frame. So on balance, we concluded the band had not had a discernible impact on gun crime during the years it was in

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Kevin Spacey charged with 4 counts of sexual assault in the U.K.

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Kevin Spacey charged with 4 counts of sexual assault in the U.K.

"British prosecutors have charged actor Kevin Spacey with four counts of sexual assault I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest UK's crown prosecution service says Kevin Spacey sexually assaulted three men The alleged incidents happened in London between March 2005 and August 2008 and one in western England in April 2013 Spacey ran London's Old Vic theater from 2004 to 2015 The alleged victims are now in their 30s and 40s The charges were announced as Spacey was testifying in a New York City courtroom in a civil lawsuit filed by actor Anthony rapp who accused Spacey of assaulting him at a party in the 1980s when rap was

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DOJ Study: Assault Weapon Ban Didn't Reduce Gun Violence

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 3 months ago

DOJ Study: Assault Weapon Ban Didn't Reduce Gun Violence

"Heard Biden lie. Falsely claiming that the ban on semi-automatic sporting rifles from 1994 to 2004 somehow cut down on violence and shootings as Katie pavlich points out at town hall, according to data provided by the Department of Justice, the ban can not be credited with reducing violence or mass shootings in any way, shape, or form, there was a DoJ study. Concluded that the ban can not be credited. The report was called an updated assessment of the federal assault weapons ban impacts on gun markets and gun violence. 1994 to 2003, which is what Biden was referring to. The studies said, quote, we can not clearly credit the ban with any of the nation's recent drop in gun violence. Indeed, there has been no discernible reduction in the lethality and injurious of gun violence based on indicators like the percentage of gun crimes resulting in death or the share of gunfire incidents resulting in injury. The band's impact on gun violence was likely to be small at best and perhaps too small for reliable measurement.

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Nina Jankowicz' Analysis of 'Colour Revolution'

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Nina Jankowicz' Analysis of 'Colour Revolution'

"Cut 5 go First of all color revolutions have nothing to do with race The term was coined in the early 2000s when countries like the republic of Georgia and Ukraine had spontaneous peaceful democratic revolutions that had colorful nicknames In 2003 the Georgian opposition protested the opening of a new session of parliament based on fraudulent election results They did it while carrying roses hence the rose revolution In 2004 and 2005 Ukrainians protested their own rigged election Candidate Victor Yushchenko's campaign branding was orange hence the orange revolution You get the idea Color revolutions have earned bad rap though mostly thanks to Vladimir Putin because they brought in democratically minded governments that threatened Russian influence in the region Putin likes to suggest they are CIA organized That is not true Believe it or not sometimes people get fed up with having their voices silenced for decades Putin's narratives intentionally rob protesters of agency They discount the grievances that brought them to the streets risking their lives and ultimately they undermine the resulting governments and now we're seeing the same narrative cropping up here in the United States Here's why it doesn't fit First of all in case we've forgotten protest is a democratic right you are entitled to it Second of all color revolutions happen in autocracies When people are fed up with the indignities of an entrenched regime while we have witnessed some democratic backsliding here in the United States we are not an autocracy We still have checks and balances We still enjoy democratic rights Certainly we are not Georgia in 2003 Ukraine in 2004 or Belarus today

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Arizona AG Mark Brnovich: What We Can Do About Signature Verification

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Arizona AG Mark Brnovich: What We Can Do About Signature Verification

"What can we do about that I mean I know in Florida I just requested my mail in ballot today You have to put your driver's license number or the last four digits of your social It's not perfect but it's another obstacle to fraud Well that do you hit the nail that had to end There are really good I love the pawn stars analogy And it's true It's true But there are things that we can do And you mentioned having the drivers like the number on there You could end up having to have your ballot notarized You could end up having to have a witness like you have to do for a will likely to have to have someone like cosign it So there are additional and if people have even suggested maybe having like a thumbprint on it doing your fingerprints I mean and I'm not saying any one of those necessarily are perfect but the key is there are different ways that different states can enact measures to ensure to provide that extra layer of security to make sure that we know that whoever is filling out that ballot where we're signing that ballot it's that person And let me just add one thing When I was just talking about that bernadette DLC case I already get Supreme Court One of my great moments is that it was a gang prosecutor the federal prosecutor but as they litigator was during the argument we had this in our briefs and it came during the argument that in 2004 there was a bipartisan presidential commission The co author of that report said the greatest threat to election integrity in the United States was ballot harvesting in third parties handling ballots Yes I always ask people do you know who said that And it was the worst president in U.S. history until Joe Biden came along Yes James Earl Carter said that So even the Democrats recognize 15 20 years ago how important it was to have election integrity measures especially when it came to mail in ballots

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GOP Candidate Mayra Flores on Flipping the Rio Grande Valley to Red

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:41 min | 4 months ago

GOP Candidate Mayra Flores on Flipping the Rio Grande Valley to Red

"Guys, I'm really delighted to welcome to the podcast Myra Flores. She is a U.S. citizen born in Mexico. She came legally to the United States at the age of 6. She became a naturalized U.S. citizen. She's a respiratory care practitioner who works caring for the elderly and the disabled and has been on the front lines helping people to fight against COVID. She's lived in the Rio Grande valley. This is the south part of Texas right near the border since 2004. She's now running for Congress in South Texas district 34. And Myra welcome to the podcast, really looking forward to this, you're in a district that's of a lot of interest to Debbie and me, W in fact grew up in the Rio Grande valley in harland and Texas. And I'm gonna sort of deploy her in the second segment to talk to you a little bit about things you might have in common and about your story. So I want to focus in on a few kind of key issues that you're running on and I maybe I can begin by asking you about this kind of sea change that seems to be underway in which Hispanics, Latinos, latinas are realizing that they're kind of traditional allegiance to the Democratic Party is now kind of out of sync. The Democratic Party today doesn't stand for what you can maybe call Hispanic values. So can you begin by saying a word about that? Absolutely. Well, I wanted to start by saying I grew up here in South Texas. I actually graduated from high school in 2004 in San Bernardo. But I've grew up here in this area and I've always said the Hispanic community is very conservative. Our values are pro God, pro life, pro family, all about hard work. Our values align with the Republican Party, but we have been lied to. We have been told that the Republican Party is the party of the rich, that it's the party that only white people support. And that's the idea I grew up thinking. And I still remember asking my father, who should I vote for and he told me Barack Obama. He said you should vote for him and I did not question him why I should vote or not vote for him. I voted for him because that's what I was told to do so. But a family member of mine came up to me and said, Maya, do you know exactly what you're voting for? And I said, to be honest with you, I don't. So when she explained to me the platforms, I told her, I'm a Republican. And you know, that's when I realized the lack of information. So I actually started educating my family. I started telling them what the platforms were. By the way, my dad hated

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Biblical Condemnations of LGBT Not Hate Speech in Finland, Court Rules

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:16 min | 4 months ago

Biblical Condemnations of LGBT Not Hate Speech in Finland, Court Rules

"I want to tell you about the result in a trial that I mentioned on the podcast several weeks ago, a trial of two prominent people in Finland, who were accused of hate crimes, essentially for communicating their Christian beliefs. So let me revive the facts of the case. You have a woman named pi V rasanen. She's a physician. She's a mother of 5. And she is a was a member of the Finnish parliament. And then you have Johanna pujol, a bishop in the evangelical Lutheran mission diocese in Finland. And both of them were accused or indicted together for apparently using their free speech to promote what the government of Finland called hate speech. So this is essentially a hate speech trial. And. What happened is that is that this woman named Racine had put out a pamphlet in 2004, she had apparently made some comments in a 2018 radio debate. She apparently had a Twitter post and 2019. So this was the basis of the indictment. And they said that she was guilty of hate crimes because her statements were quote likely to cause intolerance contempt and hatred toward homosexuals. This was the indictment. Now what was the charge against the other individual, pau jola? They said basically that this was a guy who published a pamphlet in which he once again supposedly was promoting hate by emphasizing the biblical principle of taking right out of the Bible quote male and female he created them. So the idea is a God made human beings male and female he created them. That's hate speech. So this now goes before a court in Helsinki. And. There was an investigation before this. And the defense was simple. Articulating our Christian beliefs. In fact, in one case, one of the defendants said, I'm simply saying in a little different way and in finish, I suppose, would be apostle Paul said, the prosecutor was not abused. He goes, the apostle Paul isn't on trial here. He goes, but Racine is, meaning this individual, this woman, this member of parliament, she's on trial, and so regardless of what Paul said, if she repeats it, she announced that it, and so she needs to be held to account. Well, finally, the court in Helsinki has issued its verdict. And I'm happy to say it's a complete dismissal of all charges. It's a complete victory for both pi V rasan and Johanna, pajo, and basically what the court says is this. They say that yes, these are these are two individuals who were articulating essentially biblical concepts and the court says in the unanimous ruling, quote it is not for the court to interpret biblical concepts,

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We Always Knew What Putin Was All About

The Trish Regan Show

01:49 min | 5 months ago

We Always Knew What Putin Was All About

"Anything about Putin and I've spoken to a lot of people over the years who have studied him, I've done my own reporting as far back as I told you when I was in Haley Gandalf, Germany for G 8, which Russia was a part of Russia really dominated a lot of that conversation back in June of 2007. And what we learned in June 2007 was what the Ukrainians had been warning of for years. I can remember as a reporter covering from here, not in Ukraine, but from here the orange revolution of Ukraine back in 2004, we knew what his aspirations were, that was fully on display in 2007, we've continually made mistakes. Administration after administration, George Bush, somehow saw Putin as a good guy as a nice guy and John McCain's famous quote was, you know, I looked into his eyes and saw pure evil. Anyway, we have mistakenly been quite mistaken about him. At various times, as to the Trump administration, they're handling the situation. You know, we'll see how this all shakes out, but I will point out that this is happening now. It didn't happen then. So why is it happening now? And why are we in a situation where we have to worry about China, ganging up with Russia against us? While simultaneously get a load of this, we still haven't fully cut off the darn Russian energy. We have not stopped importing Russian energy. Now there is word on trading floors. Nobody wants to go near this stuff. Russian energy is trading oil, for example, around 27 bucks a barrel. You compare that with the 113 here, you can see there's quite a spread, but nonetheless, there is a market to sanitize or launder believe it or not oil, and there are people that do that. So somebody still making sure that Russia gets something.

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"2004" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

They're Terrified & Tipsy

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

"When the whole table. Things are getting weird because all of a sudden. She's like getting upset and crying because her boyfriend and then the table jerks and moves a body moves in arm falls out from underneath the sheet and his arm and we're white grey day. Yeah and there was a person who worked there at the morgue office with this like really long crazy. Black hairs will michigan hung out the coroner taking notes on his clipboard all of a sudden because we couldn't one point to where like i don't like her she's shit and then one sees the are move. We pan out a little and now that creepy k. Girl is standing behind sarah michelle gellar and we hear that crazy mouthy noise day we see her eyeball and that's it that's it. I guess she did two. Oh i'm sure she. I'm assuming the detective is dead too. I'm sure everybody that's in that house instead. They have to be well. He didn't the first time he was there right. At the first he was there though that may have been the first one. He was there when he got called for her case. Maybe maybe his buddies that were doing the. That's what i think happened because the three of his yard his colleagues originally oh. I'm sure he's dead. So basically anything that steps foot into this house dies yes. Missile directed very misdirecting will be so angry goes people i feel like okay. These people who moving into your house had nothing to do with what you're crazy husband to you and your son right that's true. So are you just trying to like stay in your house and not have anybody living still not okay. They're crutches at this point. Yeah they're just not just hang the ressam b.'s. Well it said at the beginning of the movie that once you like are in this evil presence. What did it say. I also feel like this little boy little craft. Because i feel like he's doing a lot of dirty work for his mom because he is like lowering these people upstairs. He's lost them toward the closet. he's like pretending he's like a real boy a little. Like i don't know lowering them in like. Oh no are you okay. And he's like is open. You're going to die. He's trapping these people so his mom his dad can kill these people. Yeah and yelling at them yes leeann acute meow now. He's like a weird creepy meow. It's angry now. yeah. I don't like it so we'll he was fine. There's it this way. More fun facts. If you want of course so other one i saw was that before they filmed the movie. The whole cast and crew went through a ceremony where they went this whole like blessing process. Nothing bad would happen during filming. Oh i beat up precautions. I'm down with that. Especially if you're a culture that has these serious spiritual superstition. Yeah hell. yeah yeah. I can see absolutely Apparently the snapping and popping mouth noises were made from a hair comb. And i'm not really sure how. Oh i know exactly across did yeah running your finger or something across the bristles today you know what i'm going to find one i'm gonna i'm gonna make us. I want to see if i can do that. Will you record it for me. Yeah of course. I will so the mouthy noise that she's making so even though we didn't see her like dying. Yeah apparently the reason why she makes that mouth. You noise is because when they show her being attacked her like neck breaks and breaks her windpipe so that sound her trying to breath so why when she's attacking she's making a broken bones..

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"2004" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on Bald Movies

"I thought the again the ending in the movie You know virginia collin. She's read his book. Mari maya is read his book and Really gives them appreciation for his life. And you know how he feels and Kind of invites him back up. And that's the final scene is him dressed up with spring in his step knocking on her door Like i said really nicely book ended with the beginning the movie. I'm glad like I don't know how we picked this movie. Like the the way we do this. As we get this master spreadsheet we built up of like oscar winners and the top ten grosses and things that we go through each year like pick out a personal favorites and stuff that we haven't seen and we put on his big spreadsheet and when we pick something out out we go in like kind of randomly select a number and we felt like we were going through and We're like yeah sideways. That's something we and I haven't seen it in about fifteen years. And if it's if it's been a while Highly recommend highly recommends. I was it really holds up says a lot. It's hilarious The one thing i will say is that this movie turn about ten percent of the adult male population in insufferable douche bags restaurants And it was it terminally affected olive the elder body at my congregation which i thought was interesting. Since this is a rated r. moving extensively. None of them should have seen it right but suddenly they're all sticking their nose into the wine glass and they're all talking about the week tannin's and the overcompensating auguin interesting interesting that you know all this why knowledge broader so and so in two thousand four. Yeah i thought sideways are but maybe it's pg thirteen. Maybe saw it on a may. Maybe you saw tv at it. Yeah that's for sure but but seriously like you are a giant douchebag if you seen sideways and you ape that shit because like i i saw something interesting that in paul giamati interview like you must have learned a lot about wine for destroying. I dunno shit. I read that line. A script i it's baffling to me. This whole cultures baffling. I don't understand it like.

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"2004" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Because he's had his ex wife has gotten remarried. He just got flamed out with the girl that he had. I moved on with the first he's moved on with since this He just got rejected for the final time by his publishing thing. And he goes to the shitty wine tasting place. And i love the soundtrack goes to like a medium dark place to represent the level of threat. That a down on his luck giamatti can pose to the public like brushes and apocalypse now music. Ocean's eleven when danny ocean gets nabbed. By andy garcia like. Oh no what's going to happen is you're going to get the pit but the ocean's eleven not getting pissed gonna get buried in fucking of samples of las vegas fellas yet but the but the over this whole thing is is like medium danger music of him just like you know like like acute version of jaws in the water and he silos up this guy. He's one he was like. Oh you know this is a this is a winery sir. Not a bore Not a bart. He's come to the way when he. I'd forgotten that he eventually winds up grabs the spit buckets. Yeah upends.

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"2004" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Hello everybody welcome back to another bald move prestige film review today. We're talking about the two thousand four film sideways. A movie so popular so powerful. It changed america's wine drinking habits sales of merlot plummet plummeted to percents. Doesn't sound bad runs. Drinking any percents and north america while piano. The war sales increased sixteen percent in the western united states on the back of this film so it was directed by alexander payne who has directed some films. I like including out election about schmidt's most. Recently he was seen pushing matt damon around in downsizing is a screenplay written by alexander. Payne and jim taylor who also worked On election with alexander payne is the stars. Paul giamatti thomas haden church paul giamati. We know apology ahmadis. Gm ati man. We did a whole christmas special on him a couple years back. We did check that out. Come come christmas. Time a very gm. Christmas actually search where you probably watch right now Thomas church who is known for this spiderman three and wings. I think that's it. Yeah i think. Virginia madsen has been in a bunch of stuff but i saw i as the princess. I ruin the old david lynch dune and she wanted up Here as paul g ahmadis lover interest. Certainly love interest. Sandra oh who holy cow shot out of this movie in a fucking cannon with just crazy amounts of sexual energy bringing the yeah it also stars Jessica h.

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"2004" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

Patriots Dynasty Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

"It wasn't afraid catch call and it's just those sorts of things. They all surprise him and he gets things so blatantly wrong like that like just the little simple things. That's what bothers me. And i i can't explain why that bothers me. We'll have thing about that until next week. So but yes so. I'm going to stop talking about danny. Or because i can't but new england patriots when it keep this short because it is just me. We'll do best and worst real quick patriots have now scored i and twelve three games and have won all twelve them which is great and they've also now this as their twenty four three game that they've won while leading at the half so basically don't let them take a lead at all or you're not gonna. You're not gonna win this game. This is a good game to watch for any of the brady soft crowd because he got absolutely battered in this game and just popped up every single time. None of this. You know looking for flags. Everybody complains about just pop back up getting hit at the knees. Getting thrown on the ground took a beating. Didn't didn't really throw the ball. Well because he had nobody throw to even when you had time to throw those just literally. Nobody open had try forcing in their didn't work. But you know never really got fired up like you see him do now kind of like took on the chain and kept on going and literally. Actually he took one on the chain was bleeding and they had to like get them cleaned up before they could send him back in the game. They david givens again. Also this is. I think why steve browse. I'd loving the surpri. The season where he crept. Innoc- brown's heart. Because he was the only one i think today and probably for the next few weeks in the past couple of weeks. Who's actually catching anything becomes. Brady's gonna favorite kind of like a security blanket like he always tends to find somebody. Not if it's not the west welker or the the julian element before it was troy brown. Kevin faulk that guy that can just like keep the chains moving until you can find your playmakers towards the end zone this this two thousand four season now is david givens. All he does is catch first downs and on dolphins side. I think the dolphins are probably the worst. The patriots were like those were the best of this game but the dolphins like this is an abysmal season. I think to be dolphins for the only bright spot. They went four and twelve hundred. I forgot to mention that earlier. They one team with a winning record..

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"2004" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

Patriots Dynasty Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

"This is christine brown. And while i have to listen to this podcast as my motherly judy. You have the choice not to my son's sometime. Say some naughty things when they're trying to be funny but really just being stupid. You still want to listen. Go right ahead. I am not your welcome back to the patriots tennessee. Podcast host danny brown with me. Today is nobody. Brown brothers are off gallivanting on vacation. When the sticks of maine for the most part and but i got too excited to be able to wait for them. Because this next game that we're gonna talk about is kind of the reason that i started this podcast in the first place. Not this game specifically but the games just like this because most people when you talk about the two thousand four week five game three patriots at home versus the owen. Four dolphins. it don't really think about it much. Even though this was the game that the patriots would spoiler alert. Break the all time win streak record. It was eighteen games coming in which patriot shared with a bunch of teams including the seventy two dolphins funnily enough on their way to the pages on the way to setting. This is twenty one or twenty three games. Most people still don't necessarily remember this game because it wasn't in all fairness a great game but the patient will go on to win this in kind of a bit of snooze fest twenty four ten so they won by two touchdowns not a big deal but the reason that it's worth watching ribs and have a lot to do with the game itself but it has to do with kind of one of the small stores in here. That only really makes sense looking back. And i'll get into that in a sec..

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"2004" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"I mean. Do you think we're not going to suffer. Also now listen to the remedies that jesus is giving to us for this condition. I counsel you in other words. I'm now going to be the physician. Dr for you. And i'm going to tell you what i want you to do. This is the antibiotic that will cure your lukewarm nece. These are not feelings. These are action steps. I counsel you buy from me gold refined in the fire so you can become rich. Buy gold refined in the fire. Well immediately you will know that this is not something that is going to be given to you. You're going to have to pay for it. There's not going to be a free hand out of gold. You have to earn the gold. Now look with me in first. Peter the first chapter. We're going to look at several versus together. I peter the first chapter. I'm going to begin with a second sentence in verse. Three in his great mercy. He has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of jesus christ from the dead and into an inheritance that can never perish spoil or fade kept in heaven for you. Who through faith are shielded by god's power so there is a shielding of your life that comes by faith in jesus christ until the coming of the salvation that is ready to be revealed in the last time so in other words were saved. But we're not saved yet there is a salvation. That's going to come at the end of time. When we are taken into the full kingdom of god and at that point that salvation will be complete in this. You greatly rejoice though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials or testings. These have come so that your face of greater worth than gold which perish is even though refined by fire may be proved genuine and may result in praise. Glory and honor. When jesus christ is revealed though you have not seen him you love him and even though you do not see him now you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy for you are receiving the goal of your faith the salvation of your souls so in other words he's saying by from me gold and this gold is literally safe. And how do you get the face. You get the face by going through the trials or the testing's that jesus christ has brought to you now. I have to tell you some trials and tests. I can go through..

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"2004" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"Or is your statement. Hey look at me. i'm hot here. i'm somebody you'd better watch how you deal with me. Because i'm the man or the woman so off you go to school right kids and you gotta have the right designer clothes. Gotta have the right the right jacket. Why so. you'll be cool. Other kids will look at. You got money. they're together. Better treat him special. And then you gotta have the right electronic equipment. You gotta have the right cell phone. Gotta have the right little player for the music. Mom and dad got to have the right car. The right hairdo the right address to know how to my soul. It was to say. I live with tim. And liz rhody five years of not having a home having our grandson live with us most of that time sleeping on the floor beside us on the carpet and then tim stood up in front of all of his staff and he said i want to introduce you. My pastor's ray jan greenlee they were my housemates for five years and he was proud of it and i said jesus. I've been so ashamed of it. Because living with tim and lists said i couldn't provide for my family to understand what i'm talking about tonight. Jesus is saying he doesn't want any more vain glory. He doesn't want any more building up of our sense of self esteem. Empty pride by posturing ourselves in a way. That says. i'm somebody better deal with me. Have you ever seen a blowfish. See some danger at puffs itself all up and sticks spine out. I mean they're not worth a nickel the eat. There's no flesh on them. They're just all bones but all man they want to blow themselves up and they wanna look quite something to be feared. I mean they're the shark of the ocean just a blowfish. Any of you been blowfish this week. A high tell you. I'm first cousin to bluefish. Jesus is saying. Don't pump yourself up. Don't pretend to be somebody important. Don't don't act like you're the man or the woman or the guy or gal. Don't walk that way he's saying your relationship to means anything to you. Do don't walk in that foolishness anymore. Landside don't pretend to be somebody anymore. The only one you might full is yourself now. Listen to what he says. Each of you should not look after only your own interests but also the interests of others in other words. You're walking jesus in the body of christ you wanna keep one eye out constantly for that person who's falling behind. You wanna keep an eye out for that person who looks troubled. You want to keep an eye out so you can step forward and put your arm him and say. Hey what's going on but in order for you to be able to step in beside a person they've got a know that you're not there vainglory so they've got to no. You're not there to play games. You're going straight ahead. Jesus soul is flowing in your body. It's not the sole of flesh anymore. It's the soul of jesus himself and that soul is flowing in your heart and because of that you're coming up close to them and saying oh are you all right. Can i help you with that. Self sacrificial love begins to pour for others and this stuff has to happen homer. It'll never happen in church. Spirit of judgment has to be cut off between husbands and wives between fathers and sons between daughters spirit of judgment has to be cut off. Your attitude should be the same as that of christ. Jesus now listen to what jesus attitude was who being in the very nature of god did not consider equality with god. Something to be grasped. After in other words. Jesus is god and he said i don't need to be got anymore. None of us are god. But all of us think we have to grass for being god and jesus is saying if you've seen anything about my life that has touched you with love or encouragement or compassion. Give up trying to be god. Lay it down and made himself nothing taking the very nature of a servant do law slave being made in human likeness being found in appearances. A man he humbled himself and became obedient to death. Even death on a cross. This is the worst possible. Shame man could be given stripped of his closing hung up on a cross in incredible pain and suffering for the whole world. watch with no dignity. That's where he ended up and he's saying each of us lay down your pride. Thank you so much for joining us. Today you've been listening to pilgrim's progress brought to you by the national prayer chapel in woodbridge virginia. Write to us at the national prayer chapel post office box. Twenty three forty six woodbridge virginia. Two two one nine five or visit us online at national prayer chapel dot com. God bless you. We love.

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"2004" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"After incident like this by the thousands. His prayer journals have request after request. Answer after answer after answer. Now we don't pray very much because we haven't seen very many answers and it seems like a practice of yoga in fact the popular preaching today about prayer is that prayer doesn't change god. It just changes you. Well i tell you what if purchased changes me. I'd never pray again. I'm not interested in yoga exercise. I'm interested in getting on my face before. God and praying his heart and having that prayer answered specifically and concretely and you can determine the measure of a man or woman standing with god by whether or not their prayers change the physical realm. There are things you'll never receive from god. If you don't pray things he's willing to give blessings he's willing to pour out. He will never pour out if you do. not pray. prayer. Is that cooperative venture between your heart and the heart of god and when you to come into union together and you become his sheep and he is your shepherd and you're willing to go where he calls you. You're willing to do what he asks you to do. Then all of heaven's door is open to you and as you ask. Jesus said anything you ask the father it will be given to you. Your prayers will be answered. So there's a very simple test to determine whether or not you are following. Jesus as a shepherd that is present cert- do you have a history of continually daily answered prayers if not i would urge you to reconsider who you're following and if you're following yourself then you're responsible for answering your own. Prayers for many years is a pastor. I basically answered my own prayers. I would go to the board of the church. And i would outline the program and i would say now. Let's pray about it. And then off. I'd go to fulfil my prayer with the belief that god helps those who help themselves. And so that task would be accomplished in that mission would be accomplished. Say look what god has done. God wasn't in it. It could have been accomplished by any good humanist to like into the point where i said i'm not gonna cover forgotten anymore. I'm not gonna pretend anymore is a god has to step in and answer the prayer or it's not going to get done because i'm not going to pretend for him now. That was a rebellious attitude. But i tell you is. I adopted that attitude. And as i walked out i suddenly began to see my prayers being answered in the concrete realm in the physical realm. Now i recognize that when a shepherd begins to lead his sheep. They're leaving from a night of being very dry and they have a mindset for only one thing they want a drink of water and so you're going to hear the sheep bleeding. You're going to hear the noisy bleeding of sheep as they are making their way and it's going to take them some time to get to the water. You understand what i'm saying as you begin to pray because the need is desperate and urgent you bleat one time and you say we'll i guess god isn't an answer my prayer. I'm not going to be a part of this deal. I'll go be my own shepherd. Thank you very much. I know where. I can get my own water. I don't need you to get me. Water god i can get my own water and off. I go to get my own water. So i get my drink and of course the shepherd is gone and i said never mind. I'll catch him again tonight. But what am i going to do with the wolves all day. What am i going to do with the poison plants growing that i love to eat so many of you today have been dining on poison. Poison thoughts poisoned attitudes poison things in the culture poison radio poison to your heart to your system because as you were coming out of the sheep pin you wanted to follow jesus but you were thirsty. And he wasn't getting you to the water fast enough according to your way of thinking. So you said. I'll get my own part of what i've learned in this following. Jesus as a shepherd is that. I have to wait on him to take me where he wants to take me to satisfy my thirst. I've to follow ian as a pastor. It'd be very specific with you. It would not be hard to pack this house. We could fill this place very quickly. Some name people's that we know would come and preach for us. Do some marketing deals. You know jazz it up a little bit. Get the right music people. His place would be packed out. People would come and they enjoy the show and then we'd have a chance to influence them. Well i could do that. But then i'd be a thief in robber then i'd be coming in some way other than jesus now. I recognize our culture. What i'm describing is not well. Thought of everything has to be hype and fast. Everything has to be promotion and marketing. Everything has to be fast paced. Nobody has long tension attention spans. Everything has to be preached in ten or fifteen twenty minutes. Max i mean. Don't talk to me about an hour service. I'm not gonna put up with that one dear young man this last week. I said how was church on sunday. He said i'm never going back. I said why are you going back. He said the preacher went on and on.

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"2004" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"2004" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"Good shepherd. Pray mighty god. I share the word you've placed on my heart as i share your word. Would you 'cause it to accomplish. Its purpose in the heart of each precious person in this place. Lord encourage our hearts tonight and lift us up. i pray in your holy name amen. I was just a youngster. When i came home and announced to my mother and father that i wanted to be a pastor. I don't remember how old i was. Maybe three or four years of age and they said good regmunt. Now that means you're going to have to be a good boy. I took that in. Then i told my pastor. I want to be a pastor and he said to me than raymond. You're going to have to plan to go to college. And as i matured finishing grade school. I wanted to know what's college because no one in my family had gone to college. What's college i was told. And then they gave me the bad news. If i wanted to be a pastor. I had to go to graduate school then. They gave me a really bad news. If i wanted to be a pastor. I've gotta take greek and hebrew. I took all of these things in my soul and said this is what i have to do and there was never any variance in my plan. I went straight through. College won a scholarship to graduate. School finished graduate. School became a pastor. And now i wanted to know. How do i be a successful pastor. Well if you want to be a successful pastor you have to have counselling skills off. I went to gain counseling skills and how to be a pastoral psychotherapist and then. They told me that. If i wanted to be a successful pastor i had to build up the church i had to make the church grow. Well how do you make the church grow. So i went to all the church growth seminars and i began to follow their marketing strategies. I discovered you had to find a need and fill it find a hurt and heal it. I learned all these wonderful slogans in all of this was for me to be a pastor. This is what i had to do now. Never once in all of those years did anyone even in seminary suggests that. If i wanted to be a pastor i should follow jesus that was not on the agenda. Never once was. That suggested to me. That if i wanted to be a pastor i should read the scriptures rather i was told i should read the church fathers. I was told that. I should read the philosophers of the day. I should read kamungu and all the french philosopher. I should know how to deal with the worldly. Man i should know. His arguments never once was it suggested to me that i should go into my prayer closet in pray that was not part of the agenda. The only prayer i can remember in seminary was perfunctory prayers of the professors before they gave their area lectures never once. Can i remember a professor pulling together. A group of men and saying let's just seek the lord many times as a pastor. I would go to conferences. And they're above. The sage would be these awesome words no longer doing business as usual and the conference would bodies bucks and bricks. They would say let's find revival because when we find revival we'll find success in ministry. I found so many paths so many suggestions on how to be successful so many seminars. So many workshops so many conferences so many books so many tapes series so many magazines so many radio broadcasts so many television shows find jesus. I read the scriptures in john the tenth chapter verse. One i tell you the truth. The man who does not enter the sheep pin by the gate but climbs in by some other way is a thief and a robber and my heart was convicted. I said i then must be a thief and rubber. Because i've been trying to enter in to the sheep fold where god's people are by means of human endeavor. I've been trying to become educated enough i've been. I've been working hard on becoming skilled enough to have enough empathy enough understanding. I've been trying to be the coach. I've been trying to be the ceo. I've been trying to be the cheerleader. Keep everybody happy if somebody gets mad. Go immediately after the service in visit them and draw them close and do everything you can to make sure that they're happy because you can't influence them if they leave never mind that their ties goes with them and your budget will hurt well. According to this word if i try to climb into the sheep pen in some other way than the gate. I'm a thief. Jesus says he's the gate. So if i tried to enter into ministry through my head knowledge. I'm a thief. If i try to enter into a ministry.

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