35 Burst results for "45"
AP News Radio
Biden approval dips near lowest point: AP-NORC poll
"A new poll finds president Joe Biden's approval rating dipping slightly. The new poll by The Associated Press and the norc center for public affairs research finds Biden's approval rating at 38% this month as the president and his administration confront two bank failures and inflation that remains stubbornly high. Biden's approval rating in February was 45% at in January 41%, just 31% approve of Biden's handling of the national economy about where it's been over the course of the last year. The difference between Biden's approval overall and his approval on the economy is driven largely by Democrats, 76% say they approve of how Biden is handling his job as president, while 63% approve of his handling of the economy few Republicans approve of Biden on either count. Donna water Washington
AP News Radio
UN: 26% of world lacks clean drinking water, 46% sanitation
"A United Nations report says that more than a quarter of the world's population doesn't have access to safe drinking water. Near Abidjan, Ivory Coast women and children stand in a river pouring water into buckets that they carry home on their heads. A woman named misses Ibrahim explains that some of the children get stomach infections from the water, and that her pregnant sister has a chronic infection, a new United Nations report says 26% of the world's population doesn't have access to safe drinking water, and 46% lack access to basic sanitation, Richard Connor, the editor in chief of the report, says the estimated cost of ensuring that all people have access to clean water and sanitation by 2030 will cost between 600 billion 1 $1 trillion a year. Today is the first major United Nations conference on water and more than 45 years. I'm Donna water
List of Tax Hikes in Biden’s Budget
"We go to our friends at Americans for tax reform There is no better Biden's fiscal year 2024 budget proposal contains nearly $4.7 trillion in new tax hikes on American individuals and businesses Biden's proposed tax heights come just months after Democrats passed more than 700 billion in tax increases In the so called inflation reduction act so in a year's time they will have increased taxes by 5.4 trillion dollars And it won't even become close They're digging us out of the debt cycle that these fools have pushed us into Biden's budget proposal is a direct violation of his campaign pledge to not raise taxes on small businesses Here's a list of tax heights included in Biden's proposal Highest personal income tax rate since 1986 1986 Biden's budget calls for a top combined federal tax rate of about 45% 45% 45 cents out of every dollar Highest capital gains tax since 1978 1978 almost half a century ago I ran over twice as high as China's capital gains tax You want to know why China succeeds That's a communist regime It is a communist regime that will have a lower capital gains tax than the United States of America Got it
YouHodler Joins Ledger Live Crypto Loans Made Easy Secure
"8 a.m. Wednesday March 1st, 2023. You hold lord joins ledger live crypto loans made easy secure. Things to know you HODLer, an innovative FinTech platform, has joined the ledger live app, enabling you to access seamless lending services and convenient crypto loan features. Ledger users can now access seamless crypto loans through ledger lives discover section, featuring you HODLer's 90 loan to value ratio LTV and over 45 coins to choose from as.
AP News Radio
Edey, Big Ten champ No. 5 Purdue outlast Wisconsin 63-61
"Zack Edie had a double double as 5th ranked Purdue upended Wisconsin 63 61. Edie had 17 points in 19 rebounds, helping the boilermakers improve to 25 and 5 overall, 14 and 5 in the Big Ten. The center was one for 6 from the line before hitting both ends of a one and one, putting the Big Ten champs that had 58 57 with one 45 remaining. That ignited a game ending stretch in which Purdue was 9 of ten from the line. Fletcher lawyer had 13 points for the boilermakers who damaged Wisconsin shattered an NCAA birth. I'm Dave ferry.
The Charlie Kirk Show
America's Great Awakenings With Dr. Jerry Newcombe
"Doctor Newcomb, how many awakenings are revivals have there been that are notable in American history? And when did they occur? Well, you could define it in different ways. But I would say in terms of the real big pictures, being changed Kennedy, who will just mention the founder of BP independent ministries and noted author and so forth. Said in the big picture of things, we looked at it this way. America was born because of the first great wave of that was in the 1730s and 40s in America, okay? And that helped propel really the whole course for independence. Then the second major great awakening was in the early 1800s. And that pretty many people started to about the evils of slavery and the inconsistency of having slavery with a country that's based on the idea that all men are created equal. And it really helped for ultimately the end of slavery. Obviously, it happened through the Civil War, but there was a great deal of push for that. And then he said, doctor Kennedy, now we are in need of a great third rate of will you pray for that. Now, obviously, Charlie, we've seen many different sporadic weight gains, even in our own time, business in the last couple of weeks. This amazing event at asbury college and I remember about 20 years ago, there was like that at Wheaton college and my wife and I met and we graduate school about 45 years ago by God's grace. It was so grateful for that. But anyway, so there have been these little movements, but I would say, I kind of tend to agree with doctor Kennedy that in the big picture you're looking at the first great awakening, the second great waving and now the need for a third great way to
AP News Radio
Giannis returns, Bucks beat Nets 118-104 for 15th straight
"The Milwaukee Bucks when they're 15 straight game coming from behind to beat the Brooklyn Nets one 18 one O four. The bucks drill by 8 late in the third quarter as Giannis at the compost sat down with his fourth foul. But Milwaukee has scored Brooklyn 45 23 of the rest of the way to give Mike blooms his team the NBA's longest winning streak this season. This kind of take it day by day focus on how are we improving how are we getting better? And all those other things will if you're doing the right things day by day, good things will happen. Giannis scored 33 to lead all scores pulling down 15 rebounds as well. Chris Middleton added 18 off the bench. The nets lost for the 5th time in their last 6 games. Tom, New York
Crypto firm tied to UK politics disappeared with investor cash
"1 p.m. Friday February 24th, 2023. Crypto firm tied to UK politics disappeared with investor cash. Phoenix community capital was once rumored to be worth 800 M and claimed it would make back investors money in 45 days. The post crypto firm tied to UK politics disappeared with investor cash appeared first on protos.
AP News Radio
Vasilevskiy makes 45 saves, Lightning beat Red Wings 3-0
"Andrei vasilevskiy led the lightning to their second win in 5 games. Three zero in Detroit. That's levski made 45 saves in his 30th career shutout. He was superb while Detroit out shot Tampa Bay 19 three in the second period. Lightning coach John Cooper says vasilevsky was the difference. However, you want to say he played the other night for him to come in and just stand on his head like he did. It was a marvelous performance. Brayden point, Nikita kucherov, each had a goal and an assist to help the bolts steal the wings, their second loss of 9 games. Ville husso stopped 15 of 17 shots for the wings. Alex killorn clinched the win with an empty netter. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Hood-Schifino helps No. 17 Hoosiers sweep No. 5 Purdue
"Indiana freshman Jalen hood chicano had 35 points as the 17th ranked hoosiers have set in state rival Purdue for the second time this season 79 71. You come to Indiana and you know Indian anniversary rivalry and everything. So, you know, I knew 5 a big time game. I can go down as you know, one of the big time in the end of play. So, you know, it was definitely great to have a performance like I did. The 5th ranked boilermakers were outscored 45 33 in the second half in losing for the fourth time in 16 games. Zach edi had 26 points for 24 and 5 perdue, while Indiana in peruse to 20 and 9. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
AP News Radio
Lyubushkin scores in overtime as Sabres top Lightning 6-5
"Ilya labus gin and tage Thompson with the stars for the Sabres in the 6 5 downing of the lightning. Labouche can score a shorthanded goal one 45 into overtime after Thompson registered his fourth hat trick of the season. It was first goal of the year. Thompson's career high 39th goal put buffalo ahead 5 three with 1342 left in regulation, but goals by Anthony cirelli and Ross Colton allowed Tampa Bay to steal the point Eric comrie turned back 36 shots for the sabers who had dropped 7 straight in Tampa. I'm Dave ferry.
Caller: A Painter Debunks the Concept of Global Warming
"Thank you I can debunk the global warming scam for you with science or history or anecdotal evidence which do you prefer Really Can you do it through like a seance or something I do it through 8 years of studying climate science buddy Really Is that your background Yeah you want to know lord No no actually I'm a house painter I just don't like liars like Albert When I saw that movie inconvenient truth I thought it was child abuse Yeah probably When I think of Al Gore you know So you're a painter and you can debunk this scientifically Go ahead Sure Okay From 1945 to 1979 1998 to 2015 and 2016 till now average global temperature fell That's according to NASA's land surface data for 45 to 79 and all the satellites agree to the cooling from 1998 to 2015 and 2016 to now So if atmospheric CO2 has been shooting up like a rocket and temperatures that have been falling the hypothesis is false CO2 is not controlling the temperature Now I would point you to be the head of NASA If I had a shot at this my friend and by the way you're a 100% right CO2 or carbon dioxide is not a pollutant And it represents a very tiny percentage of the atmosphere
Media Matters Continues to Cherry-Pick Words From Mark Levin Show
"Fox is mark Levin Now nothing I've said is on Fox It's on Westwood one Cumulative sweat doesn't matter We don't believe that it was the cleanest election of elections in 2020 So they cherry pick it Edit everything around it and send it out to the media So what Here's the one today that was sent to me Fox is mark Levin Donald Trump's not an old man even though he's two or three years younger than Biden He's not an old man What else did I say Remember that mister producer I explained it The media matters Has learned how to do this from the best of the best George Soros George Soros But they're not getting their money's worth because nobody gives a damn what they say Nobody cares Plus if you want to hear what I say what do you need media matters for Explain to open your mic Rich cement mister producer Actually mister executive producer Tell everybody if they want to hear what I say during the course of three hours Where do they go Go to Mark Levin show dot com click on audio rewind and find your favorite podcast platform and subscribe for free So you can go to Mark Levin showed dot com You can hear the entire show in context every syllable Correct rich How many years back do we go I think it's four or 5 We go back four or 5 years How quickly do we put let's say today's show on the website 9 45 eastern So 45 minutes after the show 45 minutes after it's broadcast
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Richard Engel Omits President Trump's Visit to Afghanistan
"Soon as the question was thrown to this guy, I thought, ain't no way Richard Engel is going to give any credit whatsoever to Donald Trump as you're about to hear. I was right. This trip is aimed at boosting the confidence of the Ukrainian people, giving support to the Ukrainian government, but it is also clearly a message to Vladimir Putin. If Vladimir Putin had his way, he would have been in Kyiv today. He would have been celebrating his victory, taking over this country, incorporating it into Russia. Instead, Ukraine still stands, keep is still free. It is still controlled by the government, and we had President Biden there saying that the United States will continue to support Ukraine's democratic government for as long as it takes. Multiple messages today. Can you put this in perspective? How different is Biden's visit than other presidential trips to war zones? Very different. I've seen quite a few of these over the years, president Bush going to arrest. He goes right to president Bush visits Iraq. Now, why would you go to president Bush go back a few cycles? Instead of mentioning right off the bat, 45, the immediate predecessor to grandpa Joe because that's how they are. They really want to erase Donald Trump's presidency. And heaven forbid he comes back, right? As far as they're concerned, yeah, I mean, he just visited troops in Afghanistan. Remember, Thanksgiving in 2019. That would be the example you'd give. No, no, no, no. Richard Engel, a president Bush comes to mind. Yes, yes, yes. What about FDR? Calvin Coolidge made some trips. How about that?
Core Scientific Paid More Than $1M to CEO-Affiliated Jet Company
"Okay, first story, as you can see, if you're watching the video, but I'll read out the headline if you're just listening to the audio. Crypto minor course scientific paid more than 1 million to CEO affiliated personal jet companies according to coin desk. This story actually came out over the summer, but we have a little more details now because it's chapter 11 filings. Essentially here, of course, scientific was using a affiliate company, the CEO, Michael of it, to fly a private jet to and from assume his residence in other executives at core scientific and then to their facilities, the excuse being for efficient travel and use of time, stone, tower air is a charter flight company used in the past by core scientific for primarily transporting employees clients and personal or potential our data center sites and remote locations, which are often far from major airports. As according to chief mining officer, Russell can. It's an interesting statement. I will say that I'm like, yes, there's trouble remote stuff. But there's definitely term people's headlines. There's a lot of money for a company that's known chapter 11. It's definitely something you cover. Want to throw it over to you, get your take on it. Anyway, I think you had a pretty good analysis over the summer when we first saw this came out. I don't want to, I don't want to butcher it because I know this headline says it's like 1.65 mil, not like originally we thought it was somewhere between two and four mil in total, not just for 2022. I could be wrong about that. But you had a tweet basically comparing it to other industries and how much their executives spend on jet travel. And it was kind of like, it was a lot more than even a lot of mainstream tech companies. Yeah. And I think that just my quick take is it just kind of speaks to the exuberance is that we see a lot of these administrations that run these Bitcoin mining companies as public miners. We had some pretty good analysis from one of our analysts here in meru. It has trade index. He ran some numbers for public minor administrative costs as a percentage of revenue since 2021. And core scientific spent 41% of their revenue on administrative costs since 2021. And that's actually kind of in the middle of the pack. If you look at some other miners, you know, marathon spent 88% iris spent 56 and 55% clean spark 53%, but digital 45% stronghold 43%. And then we get to core scientific coming in at 7th overall, these public companies in terms of public spending for administration as a ratio of revenue. So 41% to me seems pretty high. This is something that Yara has been harping on for a while that a lot of these executives of these public miners are very handsomely compensated.
The Eric Metaxas Show
What Is the Single Most Important Thing Americans Should Be Doing?
"Next question, what do you think is the single most important thing Americans should be doing reading the Bible praying and understanding that God is our only hope forward if we're to save the republic. That's the number one thing. Now, when I say that, I'm also saying what I say in my book letter to the American church, you have to live out your faith. It's a 24/7 thing. It's kind of like being in a battle to the death and you go, you know what, I'm just going to, I'm just going to fight for 45 minutes every Sunday morning. If I find parking, that's not really understanding where we are. We are to live out our faith, understanding we're battling not against flesh and blood, but against evil principalities and powers. We're in a spiritual war, but it requires us to do things in the natural. So, of course, there's a spiritual side. There's prayer, there's all of that, which is vital, but it ought to lead us to action. It ought to lead us to share. I mentioned the Naomi wolf video from the other day. There are things we have to do. We have to live out our faith, so the single most important thing we should be doing is recognizing that God is the only answer, but that once you accept God as the answer, he requires you to act,
The Bad Crypto Podcast
Crypto Market Snapshot for February 16, 2023
"It is February the 16th, 2023, two 13 p.m. Atlantic standard time the crypto market cap $1.177 trillion Bitcoin has hit over 25,000 currently at 24 9 21 Ethereum back over 1700, 1718, B and B three 21 XRP 40 cents cardano, 41 cents polygon, a buck 45, and Dogecoin, flirting with a dime again at 9 cents. And there's been some big winners again popping up on this thing. Floki, which we thought shitcoin kind of thing. Well, folks up a 103% in the last week, which is a lot when you're talking about a coin worth .00006 now, which is crazy the kind of see that. Token, I don't even know what the BG B is. That's like nearly 50 cents. That's a 100%. Another one, Mina protocol. Remember we talked about this. We had a guy on talking about me and a protocol. A few weeks ago. Last week, again, up 37%. I just want to say, if you look at this thing and you see like, what me and a protocol did, which, you know, I don't have a big investment in them. We're not financial advisers. Clearly, we don't tell you what to do or how to look at your money. But if you think about it, it was like 40 cents whenever we talked about it. And now it's at a dollar 13. So it's like, just pay attention, would you check it out with your own heart and go, is this a valuable? Is this interesting? Is people gonna want zero knowledge proof type of stuff, right? Zero proof now, because it's interesting. Take a look at it. We bring you good stuff. We don't tell you what to buy, but we give you enough information to go look for yourself.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Sen. Bill Hagerty: Is Biden Compromised by China?
"Administration is so hesitant about dealing with the Chinese and we know that there are a lot of very weird financial ties between the Biden family and China and you wonder is that factoring in at all into the decision making process. Well, I think it's underscoring for the Republicans in the House of Representatives. They need to get to the bottom of it to understand if Joe Biden is compromised, particularly this compromised by China and Ukraine, Russia, we know Hunter Biden has been paid by all of them exorbitant amounts of money for nothing other than access that I can figure Todd because hunter certainly doesn't have any credentials that would support expertise in any of these areas. It's simply because that was a way to access Biden and Joe Biden. So I think there's real concerns there. And if you see us turning there the cheek time and again, we're using to call out what China is doing. The number one killer of young Americans between the ages of 18 and 45 drug overdoses, the majority of that from fentanyl coming from China and Joe Biden won't even mention their name.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"45" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"House Republicans move forward in impeaching, opening up an impeachment into Joe Biden? Now, there's been more talk recently about opening up impeachment proceedings, possibly Merrick Garland. I think those are probably both excellent ideas. I have advocated myself before for a Biden impeachment. It doesn't matter if it's not going to be carried through. It doesn't matter if it's going to make it through the Senate. First of all, there are multiple grounds to impeach this guy. He could be impeached on the border. He could be impeached over his actions in Afghanistan. He could be impeached over the financial corruption. Now, of course, he can be impeached over the classified documents. And the classified document scandal gets worse by the day yesterday I talked about the fact that it's now come out that Hunter Biden who claimed that house the house with those documents is has been paying Biden a rent of $50,000 per month. Per month. Now this is a house that's worth about $2 million, someone took the trouble of looking it up on Zillow to see what the rent is for that type of house. It turns out the rent is $7600. Who would pay $50,000? I mean, think about it. That's $600,000 a year in rent on a house that's worth, let's say, 1.8 at 1.9 million. It makes no sense. No one would do it. So in other words, it's very clear that this money is a kind of funneling of money. It's a way of getting money to the big guy. It's giving Biden his 10% share. And this is something that warrants investigation quite apart from whether it warrants impeachment. It's certainly warrants investigation. Now, the left continues its pathetic efforts to defend Biden. Here's Neil cat yalu is a legal guy in the Obama administration. He goes, imagine if two people borrowed library books and didn't return them. One forgot about the book finds it a couple of years later and then gives it back. The other guy hangs on to the book, you can see where this guy is going with this. And I quote, tweeted, here's my response. Borrowing library books is not a crime.
"45" Discussed on Family Ghosts
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"45" Discussed on Family Ghosts
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"45" Discussed on Family Ghosts
"Through max family for him and both of his parents even as events like ashes murder. Show me oral too much. Randomness and cruel. Devastation are part of the soil for mom. There must be more and so she's wandered from baltimore to portland chicago. India walnut creek searching lost.
"45" Discussed on Family Ghosts
"Season three we did an episode with a guy named mac montana. Mex good friend of mine and he's a really talented writer. The episode we made with mac is called the ambassador and it tells the story of max attempts to rebuild his relationship with his mom after decades of separation as we mentioned in that episode one of the inciting incidents in mac separation. His mom was the tragic murder of max brother asher back in nineteen ninety-two which we made partial reference to in the episode but didn't go into very deeply because we were mostly telling the story of mac and his mom by as i also mentioned in that episode one of our pieces of source material in. That story is an essay. Mak wrote about his brother. The essay is an extraordinary piece of memoir and as part of our process on the ambassador. I invited mackin to the studio to read it. The essays called a hollywood ending and it's a family ghosts episode unto itself. It takes a different approach to max family story than we did in the ambassador which is to say it's primarily about ashes and the different ways that it reverberated.
"45" Discussed on Something Who
"Should it be that. Does it make us think less of the dogs and or rose that they somehow over hoax seeing this man grits shreds and more excited by the fact that they've made from take that off. The payoff itself is only. There isn't even pay for this story to setup torchwood. So that's that's why. I ask should be because it's taken quite a lot of room and it's not necessarily relevant to this particular adventure so he's here's my second link between the two stories then because i think in both stories we get this sense of the doctor and his companion on holiday as a pair of tourists walking through quite quite horrific story in both cases. But you know there. There's holiday while everyone else is getting slaughtered in various different ways and at the end of it they. They don't seem to be particularly chastened by what happened to everybody else. In both cases the doctrine and the doctrine rose kind of disappear off the sunset so feeling quite happy that they've paps happy to survive but also you know that was entertaining mental sojourn and where we often sort of thing so yeah i mean it's a slightly uneven tone compared what i mean. There's less descending less death in this one than the than there is in the previous one but yes it is it is a little bit jarring Yeah it's basement fit. We meant to seek less of less than for. And i just made it not it actually puzzle some remarkable feat of making believe it so the audience identification carried on has have this seeing. Is the head of these people like him. I think at the time among certain sections of the audience breeze the historical record necessarily agree. But rose was quite improper at this point because gig leaflets. He roses enjoying hanging around with dishing nude doctor. And being smug and we'll have you interrupt lobby about the wrong way. And i i don't know i. I think some people thought that this story was starting out about the doctrine being too overconfident and not taking things seriously now and it isn't ready is jesse's paid off by the torchwood moment. Although oddly enough for the people were mentioning such a thing presages what happens with tenants in serious foreign beyond january desk. It a bit it. It sort of cuts across knit. Because the the you know. The next story saw the sarah jane one where rose guest to see what happens to the companion in the long term and the girl in the fireplace where flirty tenant develops a different attraction. So i guess this is the high point perhaps for her it is an interesting arc- across through stories. And it's only half is half deliver an accidental. Because i think the. I think that the juxtaposition has school reunion and complex. Which have quite a difference. I really on that same idea was completely accidental. Because they didn't know what was gonna right. It will works. I don't came out in the wash. Did actually find a be honest. Slight negative rose quite annoying this particularly every to get green big tour to say we amuse is a nice. It's a nice joke on paper. And i don't think it's badly written. But i've got to be honest. Billie piper completely kills it the strange way she plays so smug then think it's supposed to be she is she just comes across his incredibly rude as you go this laughable expression. That doesn't quite work. Although again again cost us little in so many levels us you also posted. Find it endearing up until the last moment when it split on his head and queen victoria and selling brother. doc. I a minefield discussing these..
"45" Discussed on No Jumper
"Baddie. who's reading. The letter died of long using faithful ever. Who's a sled so she was doing drugs. So shoot needles. She told them she was like. I've been doing drugs. Fucking and he's so he's so like i still love you. Ask the love you do. That's that's a great actor. He killed that role express his action and everything and all that she'd having he doing all that shit. He's sir coming here fucking wrapping wondering where booker really ran like. Walked so chad. Hanks can run not in his father was. Put the liquor store with a low bid bouncing as do i love you jenny. I always wondered that like especially with the new video. Came out of chad. Hanks talking about the vaccines. I wonder like what is his dad. Think about all this like a scroll talking mom for him to get into a special school. Yes he did. Yes you get into the firm to get into this school. Are we gonna watch. That will be over. Because i didn't catch that the classic. I didn't catch stat. Life is like a box full chocolate. You never know. Go get unless you buy that same box of chocolates.
"45" Discussed on No Jumper
"Like that more done is no balloon. That's it that should happen. And i got over that and i was like all right. I'm cool right. And then the home me he got these fucking gumy's broder. He told me a cbd bro. Oh my this is sunday night. Broke this after the ten sheet cool mushrooms system my nigga sunday night. I'm like damn. We're having a trouble sleeping shit. You know what i'm saying. I'm so used to drinking and in passing the fuck out. Since i don't drink no more. Sometimes it's like it's harder to go to sleep so then he was like man. Just take the cbd gumy's and shit right. So i was like man. I take the gummy. I did not know that it was delta eight. You know adults eight is no okay josh. Did we saw asking show them with delta eighty his google. Those kids don't strain. It used to be legal is about to be legal for longer. But it's like a psychedelic is supposed to be like a a a less potent version of like edible me. Edibles do not get along you. You're i'm thinking. Cbd bro so i popped motherfucker broke. I'm like nigger is like three in the morning. I'm up to about five. I'm like Tripping body just like floating this is like edibles big homie year. Notice little on me. Okay well appropriate. I always freak me out bro nigga. I'll tell i'll tell them i check. I'm like hey. I'm like i'm about to go to the gym. She art monday gets five thirty six in the morning. Nagai drive at three minutes. I was like oh shit. Like tripping out throwback bigger run iran lights and shit like that. I run a fucking house. And she's like you're good you you okay okay. I'll just.
"45" Discussed on No Jumper
"Sarah puff out of mirror damned i had. I had another bathroom trip. You had stopped not at this. Time will lose bro grow. How much did you take nigger. I bro. I'm used to doing these. gumy's fucking did a capsule right and i was smoking like crazy. You feel me ocean. And i get to the club this saturday night. I get to the club. And i get out. The i'm cool. Car street was like lopsided to me. And i was fucked up. You feel me ten clip. Not one the day before the club dragonflies dragonfly nigga. I walk inside the club. The bottle service ladies walking into the table bro. I'm trying to keep a quiver something. I'm like freaking out out. The walls start closing. I started walking towards the bucket table. And i turned around and i was like i was trying to be coup. Has ab the bathroom real quick again. The bathroom talking water is not just bent over by one of the year lows. Get up enough. People walking by them like is he. Okay buddy your shit. I'm just like man. I you never again doing to take the fucking mushroom how you're supposed to take the muslims and go to the club. Is they say that. That's the worship. Visiting you're supposed to appease brokerages is more like a metal on. Your food is so much going on that he's gonna be like is really literally the worst thing you they always say. Be with like two or three of your best friends and one person that's sober so like you know it's a comfortable environment going to a club with loud music and everyone's a stranger that's set about shit nigga and you feel.
Fallen Short Podcast
"45" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast
"Be that within us to be the strength of our heart and it's a daily thing just like trish read their t. in psalms in fifty one where it says create mia clean heart. Oh god and renew a steadfast spirit within me and then psalm seventy three twenty six talking about my flesh. My heart may fail right. But god's strengthened my heart. We're gonna fail we all have. We all have fallen short right we. We're gonna fail. But it's that renewing and asking god daily to help me god and asking the holy spirit to fill you on a daily basis. That's how you can guard things right doesn't mean it's gonna you're going to be perfect and that you're gonna always do the right thing. Say the right things or whatever but it's and beer here but it but it's it's a healthy step to help guard your heart and strengthen it. I couldn't agree thaddeus more. We do not have this nail down at all and it is and should be a daily thing and all of our lives. We just wanted to encourage you as this. We want to encourage you guys with the importance of your heart. And i look forward to our next one to. We're going to be talking about allowing god to break our heart so we talked about having god. Search our heart. Now we're talking about guarding our heart and the next podcast will be about allowing god to break your heart so it might seem contradicting to save search guard at break it but it's all steps. We go through with guide when it comes to your heart so i look forward to our next podcast. My hope you all will tune in with that. If you enjoyed this episode or any previous episode let us know we'd love to hear from you. Do you have any prayer. Requests would love to pray for you. You can reach out to us. By email the info at fallen short podcasts dot com. Or you could message us on social media. We have a facebook and instagram and twitter shabila search on short podcast find us on those platforms. I if you share this with your friends Word of mouth is always the best way to grow so until next time. I'm thaddeus trish.
Fallen Short Podcast
"45" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast
"Getting wrapped up into it and getting a defensive stance on something and then getting attacked for a stance on something and how that can just implode right. The other thing i see that impacts me so much with social media is it setting a precedence on what people should look like and how people should act and how people should think in be perceived by the world right and social media is telling us in its training our brain essentially to think this way about culture society about people about faith about politics all the different things. We're learning all of that and well in just the internet general right and social media. It's it's just so much more present than in the past where those types of things you're talking about you'd you'd hear more in a or see more in like year at the checkout lane at the grocery store and there's magazines right and you have those like images of celebrities or maybe not celebrities muscle and fitness or whatever right and it's like this is this is what a person who's healthy looks like right and it's really everyone's different and and a healthy body can look many different ways right but because that's what they're saying that it's causing that perception and when you then have the world wide web now where it's just everywhere and it's always an arm's reach rate always i mean it's just hard because and it's not just a woman's issue. I know a lot of times. You hear about women. And whether they have body positively or not right. It's the same for men and and yes. There tends to be more leniency with men for whatever reason where you hear about dads being cool and whatever but it's like you don't hear about mom odds that you hear about how quickly a mom snapped back to you know they're pre baby body or whatever right so it's those types of things that you need to guard yourself from as well and not just the being influenced by swear words in a song or movies and things like that. Yeah i would say the things that almost i hit the hardest with when i scroll through social media would i follow a lot of i would say positive influencers a lot of people who post really wholesome godly stuff on social media. And i'm very intentional about doing that. And filtering out people who may be would give me a negative spirit however even in that even in that garden in my heart and guarding of what in letting come into me. You know a lot of what. I'm seeing on social media. Is you're strong enough. You're pretty enough. You're fierce enough. You're capable enough your lincoln blink and blink enough right and it's almost telling me that i have to. I am a certain way. Or a. If i i'm strong enough to do anything i want to do where i'm capable enough to do anything i want to do. And that's a good message but it doesn't mean it's a god message right and we can do. All things through crisis strengthens us and we can do the things that god has put on her heart and god is called and equipped and fashion. Each of us but doesn't mean that is all things trish wants to do. I should do and it's protecting ourselves from even some of that positive messaging that is not necessarily biblical the mentality of if you on it go get it right because not everything you want. You should have honestly right. And it's that mentality of the yugo girl or whatever. I mean just all the different little catchphrases you could have. Yes we want to be positive and we wanna uplift each other and encourage each other to to go out and do things but we have to guard ourselves. That were really evaluating. Is something that. I really should go after not just i want to get a new car. So i'm gonna i want this car. I don't care how much it costs and whatever it takes to take the figure out a way to get the money for it where it's like well. Is that really something you should do or should you put your money elsewhere. Right get something that as a little more feasible so that you can do other things and maybe down the road that car something you can get right but is it. The is that something that you should just. I'm gonna go get it right. I know it's kind of more of a materialistic type of example but it kind of works with anything. It's kind of how the world has pervert or the world i should say. Christian culture has perverted the scripture. That says that god gives us the desires of our hearts into being that if i desire that vehicle or whatever god is going to give it to me not necessarily where i think that's scripture was going right and it's asking god we ask god to search our hearts we ask god to create an us a clean heart when i think. I think there's a big difference between desires of your heart and loss of your heart and lust isn't just lusting after a person. It's lusting after anything right like you. You want that car. You want to have that body type. You want to have that job. You want to make it to the olympics it's cetera right versus desire where it's like. I want to marry trish. Heck yeah you did. God gave me trish. So how do we steward guarding our heart. Well how do we steward guarding. What comes into our heart in what we allowed to infiltrate our heart and i believe personally for me like we talked about last time. It's asking god to search our hearts and see if there's anything that offends him. And i think that would probably be more like a god searches our hearts if there's anything that offends almost as more of things that we're doing that aren't offense to guidance not necessarily longing but we can ask god to create enough clean heart the bible in psalm. Fifty one ten says created me a clean heart. Oh god and renew a steadfast spirit within me. So it's just praying to god and saying. Hey god i know. I know myself i know i need jesus to die on the cross for me. 'cause i know i must her. I know that i've i've failed. And i've fallen short of your glory so many times. And god i ask that you create that clean heart you come in and you purify my heart within me so my heart can be a beautiful reflection of you in the psalm. Seventy three twenty six says my flesh and my heart may fail but god is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. So it's allowing god to come in and be the strength of your heart letting god come in and fill your heart so he can strengthen it and he can guard it and it's when i think of this that it's it's heaven the holy spirit and heaven coming into our heart and colliding in our heart with with the flesh lee man. That is with us start. Our human nature and heaven and earth are clyde ing within our hearts and it's the acceptance of allowing that holy spirit and who god is to come into our hearts and and.
Fallen Short Podcast
"45" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast
"It's been a little while since you've last heard from us so this week on the podcast. We are continuing on where we left off. If you listen to the last episode we talked about searching your heart and now we're going to continue talking about how you guard your heart okay. But before we dive into deep luscious talk about summer. Because i look forward to summer all school year and i think that summer is going to be this relaxing time of being together as family and going to the beach. Maybe taking road trips and so on summers really busy. I feel like we're almost busier in the summer than we are in the school year. And i think part of that is because we're just overly scheduled but we also lack structure of just being home. Yeah it gets. It gets tricky in the summer at least for us. Maybe maybe it truly is relaxing and road trips. And whatever for you the listener us. It gets really busy with having we do. Have four kids and it's not that they don't do sports in school year because they do. It's just the schedules are different in the summer. and then i'm also helping coach to which. I don't coach other sports other than baseball. So it's very involved for me at that and helping with tournaments and different things so yes just crazy. I just need to start getting my hopes up during the school year that. Hey summer's coming in so it's going to be relaxing because it's false hope anyways. Yeah i'm really excited about what we're talking about in the series. We talked last time about having god. Search your heart in this time. We're gonna talk about gardening. Our heart and proverbs four twenty three says above all else. Guard your heart for everything you do flows from it. What does that look like to guard your heart. And how do we apply that as believers in christ when we talk about guarding your heart so we hope to jump into that today. Break that down a little bit and just starting from that verse that trish red guard your heart for everything you do flows from it everything so a lot of times you might hear someone say. Follow your heart. Follow your dreams follow you know try to. What are your goals. What do you want to do that. All comes from the heart. Some might say oh you know your brain or what are you thinking of or whatever typically it's coming from your heart and i know it's weird because anatomy and biology would say different right so like your heart. Your heart is your life right. It gives its pumping blood and making everything work. Obviously your brain is a big deal that too. And i think when we're talking guard your heart in verse talking guard your heart. It's not the physical heart. It's the heart of it. Is your desires. So the bible says out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks and it's what is inside of us. What are we filling her heart with. Are we putting in our heart. Are we meditate on the word of god. Are we thinking about things. That are wonderful and beautiful. And then out of that that we're putting in our heart comes out of our mouth and impacts the world around us. Because i words have the ability to bring life and death rate and so they can put words hurt and they can cause a lot of destruction. So it's that guarding of our heart guarding what we're allowing into our heart because eventually what we allow into our heart does come out of us in matthew thirty three through thirty seven. I'm just going to read it to you. It's as a tree as identified by its fruit. If a tree is good it's fruit will be good for trees. Bad it's fruit will be bad. You brood of snakes. How could evil men like you speak. What is good and right for whatever is in your heart determines what you say. A good person produces good things from the treasury of a good heart and an evil person produces evil things from the treasury of an evil heart. And i tell you this you must give an account on judgment day. For every idle word you speak the words you say will either acquit you or condemn. You kinda freaks me out a little bit to be honest with you thinking about standing before god on judgment day in being held account of over everything i've ever said right. I don't understand that verse so much. I know the blood of jesus covers us. But it honestly is one of those verses. Let him i stay in over. And i don't really comprehend fully. I know in part. But i loved what you said that he has said it for whatever is in your heart determines what you say so. It's the things that we put into our heart that determine what we say in a good person produces good things from the treasury of a good heart rate. And so it's it's the old saying of garbage in garbage out so if if you're filling your life with good things and hopefully then you can produce good right and you can. You can be a good person and where it becomes. An issue is when it's when you're never giving yourself as something good right. You're just taking in all the different filler. Right could be could be just filler. Could be honestly just evil things right and what that is going to do to your to you and what you're gonna then produces is going to be evil right and it's that's why we're talking about guarding yourself and when i think of that i think of the scripture that says be anxious for nothing but in everything in prayer and supplication with thanksgiving. Make your request known to god and the peace of god which surpasses all comprehension. Guards your hearts and your minds. In christ jesus and i think of that when you're talking about that thaddeus while we're letting come into us and how what we let come into stirs up anxiety within us or i i'll i'll go more specific what i let come into me. Sirs up anxiety in me. And when i ruminated on that and i allow what i'm watching the news or seen in culture and social media infiltrate my mind and it goes into my heart and it's it brings turmoil within me and it brings a sense of uneasiness. And when i look at the scripture. What it's telling me to do win that anxiety comes and those things feed into me. It tells me to bring it to god in prayer and supplication and thanksgiving because what happens how we guard our hearts what the scriptures say in how we got our hearts is if we go to god with these things with per supplication thanksgiving. That god's gives us piece it says the peace of god surpasses. all comprehension. Will come in to us when we go to god in prayer and that's what guards our hearts and our minds in christ jesus. I think that's good. The you brought up social media and things like that. Because so often it's just right on the forefront social media and it's and also the media right news outlets and things like that but a lot of what's on the news and media outlets hit social media and then is even brought up to higher levels right where it's a because everyone has their own opinions and you have keyboard warriors out there and and you have people like me. Just laugh it off. Because i think it's funny and entertaining so but i can see where it could be for anyone where it could be an issue where just.
They're Terrified & Tipsy
"45" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy
"And lawrence asks adam if he wants to see his daughter pictures of his daughter so he throws his wallet over to him adams like ask where picture of his wife is. He's like well. It's behind one of the other pictures that he's got in there so he pulls it out and adam sees a picture of his wife and daughter tied up. Yeah their mouths gagged. Yeah and then on the back of it. It has like writing on it. And it says x marks the spot. Sometimes you see more with your eyes shut. Okay yes at me now. He doesn't share that info with wesley. He like throws them as well as hold onto the polaroid for himself to just see what he can figure out with it a little bit so we go back and this is kind of where we were kind of talking about a minute ago. Where her mom black takes off as they're like fighting in the foyer area. It takes off because the daughters like yelling. Nc's the guy with like a blanket covering himself which i thought was really weird. That's all he knew. He always has his fucking cloak thing like what is that about. It was like a blanket. Like the legit baiji sheet like a bedsheet. Exactly it was a a bedsheet and a way to get in the room before them standing there next to the best my surveys heat on us. It was like not even a pretty white sheet. It was like they destroyed his own from home and this is perfect will do different hiding closet like little flowers in her bedroom. Okay so he basically ties them up leans down to like check the heart rate of a little girl the daughter and then he points a gun at her and then checks it again. And i'm like this guy fucking sick because he gets off on like need to. They're like heart rate like rising from being scared of him. What a fucking. He's a douchebag problem with. Anyone knows that like her heart was beating too slow for a child to begin with kids. Hearts beat really fucking fest. Yeah yes to deter Like just normal. They're in shape and full of fucking energy funny Like yes a gun out and he puts a fucking stethoscope. Owner chestnuts like to. He's like this just won't do no point a gun at her and see what she does all right so we're at the hospital and there is a like. He's a resident. I don't know the doctor. Dr lawrence dr larry lee. Everybody say with me. He's getting shouting now. I'm gonna blame it on the canned wine. Okay there's a man with a brain tumor and doctors like hey dude. Got a break up report. This keep ago and jackson hot is like. Hey dr wesleyan. I'm like up in and the dude next door is like i'm like where princess bride and rubber headman tights. We should talk later. That's how it all started and then an orderly named orderly. That's his nickname right. That's that's his real knew that they call into that game. Oh well you never know He pops up and he's like he has names patient. His name is john nice man but dr was was a bit of a dick because he kind of brushed them off and like made kind of a a role as is the. I don't know if they were like residents are interns wherever the people are fucking him where they all kinda like laughed a little bit being like the man has a name and then he like awkwardly ran off his curmudgeon. Look on his face. And he's like and you just kind of stomped on the lower class really like to make friends with the page. But then you get paged and over. The pager goes dr wesley. I it's bright. Md princess bride empty. I haven't where somebody is watching the apartment from another building and next danny glover. He's watching the upon no the md. Did he glover's on md. Here's an investigator his tap. Damn it all right. So we're actually seeing his his like apartment and then there are like tonnes of newspaper clippings all over the wall and then at this point. I'm like is he jigsaw or is he like just another invented or something. Yeah okay. whatever. I don't know at the end of the day. Tap is scrolling through this jigsaw video. He's in his office. Any figures out a few of the locations where this video could have been recorded or the fire alarm had got off. Yeah because they had the video that amanda had seen the girl at the cage on her head so they were like watching that video and he's like rewinding it replaying it back and forth to see if he can find things in the background that he would recogni yeah and he saw some like writing graffiti on the wall or something that he recognized from some warehouse a warehouse where they used to make mannequins weird and i feel like even if there were other options. That's the location. You have to check out like it doesn't matter if there's three other warehouse options aware house. He's madagans fucking creepy. That's where the serial killer is hands down absolutely no question. There's no question so he shows his partner and they're like okay. Well i guess we're going to this warehouse. Yeah they're ready to go out for drinks and decide that this was more important. Well you know what they don't do. Don't tell anybody no other police officers. Nobody that they're going. This creepy ass frigging warehouse. Used to make mannequins go a serial killer videotape. Do when they show up at the warehousing. Okay well clearly. There'll be people there like other cops. Nope it's just the two of them. Yeah i'm like what the actual hell no one even suggests it literally woke eller coming up an elevator and they're not like maybe we should radio for backup there just like the other guys like. Now i'm gonna shoot the motherfucker in this weird weird like fog or where the fuck it was in there and that should automatically be a red flag killer in there automatically so they should be.
You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"45" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I fast paced. Lifestyle has the cosmo i understand. I'm not even trying to be funny. It feels like broad city. Feminist is we can do whatever we put our minds to and we can have a full bush. That feels like a joke that it's also like an we full bush's ugly. I'm just saying like there's something. Bush owning about broad city. Ladies just like it's shooting. Let me say that there's something owning meaning you. Yeah there's they're not just working with only flattering angles and they're making their bodies funny and they're like you know. Yeah it's this idea that the the human body doesn't have to be perfect to be invaluable or lovely and that's the are you talking about. I you build it up yet to a ridiculous pitch and that's what we did. Men white men are superheroes and they're amazing and they're millionaires and they're gorgeous and then you have the artsy. It's almost like like the status symbol of not wearing a tuxedo. Make your so rich. You don't wear a tuxedo. And that's the art movement of going like but we're also shame and sexual ri- energy and fear and self doubt but that's a luxury because you were so built up and then you're seeing white women or whatever being built up with sex in the city and then the next step is is the art movement of going but we're also we have diarrhea and we're scared sometimes and we're and on girls. They were very selfish. Kinda like seinfeld. They were very self centered. But that's like the privilege when you bolster. I don't mean bad privilege when you bolster a collective identity and build it up enough then. You have the luxury to playfully assassinate. You can't really do that with groups that haven't yet had the decades of look at us as superheroes look at us as the president right in reality and in the movie and then after you have a good coat. Abass and this is also true of the human psyche. One of the reasons. I'm comfortable being like look. I'm always clammy. I have boob shadow. Whatever it might be. I breathe too loud in videos that i shoot whatever it might be. That's only because i built the foundation and had the foundation built for me and south of self love and self acceptance so that is like the model we're seeing ended of personal model in the in the group right in mcgrew end. The two aren't yeah. They're not mutually exclusive. It's easier for you to do that. We're all world is is is saying like yes you're the ideal that's ripe. You're what we're that's like. The highest position redid it. And it is it is privilege. That's the right word in. I mean and i do mean that as like a a bad privilege. Where or loaded unloaded privilege. Yeah where like. I'm sure that that like that just continues. I can't speak for women of color. But i wouldn't be surprised if they feel even more pressure to not just like look like the standards of the patriot but to but those standards of the patriarch of what a women women should look like are based on white went straight hair like the features like white feature. You know so. There's just absolutely it's like way right i. I'm so on this. And i i. I'm not an expert on racial dynamics or anything by by any means. But i'm saying what we see is who we are mike is it seems like something you would hear on mushrooms but it's i really think it's true mike the privilege that i'll happily concede to It's the least. I can do congratulating myself for admitting to privilege. But men are we are your. Isn't that like such a loaded and stupid system like if you just admit that you are the beneficiary of a cultural privilege. Then you're like one of the good guys. All you have to do is be like i have. That's i mean that's one of the good guys but at least you're heading in the right direction. At least you're not denying and then we can start working on it anyway. What i'm saying. Is i sure because the books i read as a kid and the movies and the tv that i saw even something as silly as saved by the bell. I know zack. Morris is trash. It's such a funny youtube. Or whoever made it even that that archetype of the the kid the white kid who is just sort of coasting and everything will work out and by the way he always gets in trouble but it like works out like somebody will sacrifice. Usually one of his friends whose either like a dork or a girl or a minority though i blowing my own mind right now to. We'll sacrifice something and keep him coast to keep him surfing on top of reality. So i know for a fact going into a job interview. I never really did that. But like going into a situation where i had to prove myself. I was being bolstered by the belief by the thousands of images that i had seen of people who looked like me succeeding example. I walked in. And i was sort of like i look like a success. Don't dry based on movies based on television charlie sheen in wall street michael douglas in wall street and i. I know we're not really let me just say this. We're not trying to get the totality of the issue. Were just having a conversation. So i'm sure there's going to be blind spots in this conversation. But this is what we're talking about today. And when i see leila's books and her toys sometimes you get teased because leila will have multiracial toys or multiracial. Books usually somebody from boston will laugh at that. And i'm like so it's emerson. Said a man or person is what they think about all day. And i'm like. I really said something very similar to that. I think yeah. I think that's one of the great secrets. And it's one of these weird things that we all know but we don't want to like don't look at it directly but it's what's happening it's symbol. It's young says we're transformed by symbols. I can say you're equal but until your content. You know the new season a master of none. I really think it's a brilliant. I only watched the first one but to have a black lesbian couple. Be the center of the show. I actually had a moment where i was like. That's a brilliant and beautiful thing to do with that season of that show. I only i didn't even watch the whole pilot. So i'm not an expert by the way if they stay the leads or whatever. I haven't seen it. I'm not sure. But i do think the the new saved by the bell does address the eventual issues. Yeah i think so too. I think that that is like yeah. The the representation. I saw something that was like you know. I read a lot of stuff on like raising anti-racists kids and it's like one of them said even like the art like the art in your house is at all if there are people than they are white people and like. I'm doing that. Training part of the the mindfulness training a big part of it is like diversity equity inclusion and accessibility training and you we have like separate groups for white people and for people of color. Because we've we've talked about this. There's no like of course. That is has some complications and they get that question a lot. I think of like. Why are we doing this. But if you are talking about race issues with where they're mixed there's white people than the peop- the burden often falls on the people of color to like educate the white people and it doesn't feel like totally safe space for them of course understandably so Anyway so we're meeting in these white groups and we're finding like so many of us have a story of like. I was raised by by parents. Who really were against racism and like would even talk about that or like some people are like their you know their parents were like hippies and would march and stuff but they didn't know any black people lived in like a very white area league a white bubble and we're just really seeing i think representation in.
You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"45" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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The big d zone
"45" Discussed on The big d zone
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Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
"45" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
"Events of twelve types of killing general knowledge musical movies and number trivia these the five rounds in today's episode so black spots to the ready for whispered number forty five..