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"738" Discussed on This American Life
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"738" Discussed on This American Life
"At four all my love okay. So nearly six hundred thousand people dead from cove. It is really hard to get your mind around that number what that means what that is. I m winning. Look this up the more. Or less the population of milwaukee portland or albuquerque or louisville are nashville. Orcas vegas or baltimore where i grew up and i try to picture the whole city of baltimore. Okay all the streets and row houses and strip malls grocery stores in high schools and parks just completely empty of people the rundown blocks around like market down and the pretty green area by johns hopkins university. Just block after block mile after mile. Nobody there at all. And then i kind of get it but know only kind of it's just easier to feel the loss of one person and some big number. I think everybody knows that one of those five hundred ninety thousand. Plus americans who's died was leah danielle jones. She is one of the people who got covid and never fully recovered him became one of the long haulers and then she died on march twelve and before she died. She wrote her own obituary. And we permission from a brother to read it here on the radio. He says the truth is they aren't totally sure why she wrote this. He assumes it was for the family but as you'll hear chesser addresses larger audience the family decided to use it for the funeral and it was posted online is an inventory. We asked actress pronounce walker to read it. I lead daniel. Jones was born on september. Twenty second nineteen eighty-seven in charlotte. North carolina to eric are now jones and joyce both jones waiting patiently at home was my elder and only brother. Jonathan leeman jones. I departed from my temporary home on march. Twelve twenty twenty one surrounded by my family. I'm waiting for christ's return. I was thirty three and a half years young. I died due to complications from covid. Nineteen which none of us knew existed one and a half years ago. I along with others like me or long haulers. The term long hauler means a person who has been infected by the virus and has recovered. No longer infectious. However the damage had been done to vital organs a youtube video on this site will inform you. More explicitly the extent of this virus. Unfortunately those like me may or may not survive the aftermath. I hopefully am in the minority of those numbers. I will love for as many as can to watch the video and please pray and support the long haulers. What can i say but to god be the glory great things he has done even in my short life. He gave me qualities of compassion. Generosity boundless energy knowledge and determination aka stubbornness which my mom would save me. If you met me you would have never forgotten that jones girl. I love to cook. That's gift to me. I had many specialties. Bread making was just one in my own way. I championed many causes namely a people who are considered the undesirables outcasts of society. B support to families especially the single home parent see children. Those who were affected by the school closings due to the pandemic de victims of the hurricane wildfires national and international. My mom would accused me of disaster hunting. Seeing all the good others were doing and saving lives mercy. Ships saint jude children's research feed the children campaign. It didn't take much. Oh by the way. let's not forget. The poor abused animals. The gift that god entrusted with me was amazing nursing. Baby kittens helping injured once. It amazed even me. And i always knew it was a special gift from him. The most rewarding part of my life was the day. I was able to take care of my mom. She had been badly injured in a lawnmower accident being unable to properly care for herself for months love stepped in of course she protested stubborn woman as my health declined illness progressed. I became physically hampered somewhat from doing my regular daily routine. Therefore i lean more heavily on the help of my mom. She on the most part was more than willing the few times she was not. So willing. i- leah. Daniel jones prevailed. I pressed on with the affairs of home and business. Yes dad dragged me in on this e eight jones plumbing adventure life and it's pull. We're getting the best of me by the end of last year. However god and my family powered the best in and for me till the end. If in this life we met i hope our encounter levy with a lasting snapshot of a determined sometimes complex genuine. Fran one you can talk to if however we did not meet. It was my loss. And i am sorry. I believe that every person experience good or bad added to my life. A measure of maturity leslie in my own defense of my very interesting family to you. Dad eric are jones. You were my daddy with all your strengths and weaknesses. I would not have traded you for the world or for another earthly father. I loved you till you mom joyce and bus jones we were referred to you as brig of your non compromising positions but only when you did not agree with us but as for your love for us. Never wavered like a rock brick. I loved you to my dearest brother. Jonathan philemon jones. We had our battles as siblings two but when it matters we love showed up when you needed me. I came through. And when i needed you jonathan. You showed up big time at the end. I needed you and you said yes. Thank you and i loved you. Don't you ever ever forget that to the rest of my family. Aunts cousins and friends. I hope my life has left you with an enduring and lasting picture frame of someone who lived life way i loved you may the grace of god and his marvelous love and in his power. Sustain you forever with all my love. Lia the words of leeann daniel jones who.
"738" Discussed on This American Life
"I'll never forget this white man middle aged white man. I'm was in the square early in the morning. And i was in the square carrying like five gallon bucket of water to water the plants. Can you say. Can i help you. And i said absolutely And so We chitchatting us like. Did you know that. Like every gallon of water ways like eight pounds. I didn't know that And so we got to the memorial. We had a walk. Half a block up and He he just looked sad and I look at him. And i say you know whatever it is that you're holding spaces spigot off like you. Can you can let it go. The spaces big at all and he just starts to cry and he says My son is under a knife and my mother died in january And that's what. I noticed visitor badge the hospital. And but none of that compares to what we're dealing with here and i said no. No no you don't get to do that. Like briefest. Grief losses loss It's not about comparing losses your loss loss and like we could hold that to the point of a place. Jewish lloyd square is that it has many things to many people all at the same time. Grief is best and it is strong which means it can carry incited the names of the dead at the square and there are dozens of them are everywhere. This girl on the road stenciled drouin free in chalk and paint their unpleasant odors on walls unsigned stake into the ground on rocks on t shirts and hats many of the names of familiar. Like the names of your cousins on your father's side others require you to dig deeper into the past or further than the first page of google search square lets people bring other older griefs and lay them down as part of a continuum of what's been lost to a persistent problem. I wanted to suckle to that idea of grief and protests Because the two things don't seem like they necessarily go hand in hand. I think the the protests was burst out of grief. The dna of the protests is grief and. I don't even think. I fully understood that and until recently and looking back and realizing that what made this. Protest different was the fact that that grief was the foundation in that rage. I mean there's anger and their rage there. Yeah but really was grief. The grief protests are wrapped into one another and.
"738" Discussed on This American Life
"The memorial. The mta made it serves partly as a marker away to say here are losses. It is now time to grieve. Them and francis feels that yeah. It's been a year. It does feel like it's time to grieve but hasn't come for him yet. He says it's just never felt real from right after clarence fac- passed in early april. They had a service. But i couldn't go with scoring team. You can get would feel more real to you. Had you been able to go to the service and in funerals. I i definitely would have cried. There's always that one point where i just can't live anymore and i break down and cry and i know how western is that is always signals one song. Oh my god kills just brings tears. But i still. I still haven't shed a tear have been close. I was close. But i still haven't said a t. In them going on yen change in. Am i know i will. It's gonna come one day is gonna come for the rest of our time together. Francis keeps circling back to this the fact that he has not yet cried. This is not something i asked about but he seems to be actively trying to figure it out. Why hasn't it happened. He couldn't go to a funeral and person so he did not cry. Then there was the memorial online a few weeks later the head of service for him but it was on teams. You know like video and they show you know they show him. Couldn't believe it but still didn't crown what i know me. I'm telling you it's going to happen. Asked francis did he wannacry. Did he wish he could. He said no. It's just weird. It's weird that i didn't after he died after the services even after i got out of quarantine came back to work. It was weird. It was very Very hollow you know like come upstairs. They had Bunch of pitches on the door. So that was that was tough to see pictures on the wall. They would have memory pitches of him from different times when you know people had pitches from when he was younger when he first came in that. The holdovers like fully pitches still in breakdown. Stolen cry when he left.
Amazon workers in Alabama vote not to form a union
"At an Amazon warehouse in the US Despite a big push. The retail wholesale and department store union has failed to get its foot in the door of the Amazon plant, and Bessemer, Alabama. The National Labor Relations Board says Amazon crossed the threshold to secure a majority of the votes. With almost 1800 workers voting against the union and 738 voting in favor. The union says it's filing an objection with the NLRB be charging the company with illegally interfering with the union vote. Jennifer Keiper, CBS News
"738" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"That makes you laugh and say only in slovakia. Well i would say to trains. That make steve live and cry at the same time. In what way. What on trying to get somewhere. And i'm really hurry at the moment. That train is late. Like delayed all the time. When harry train is always sometime i really enjoy traveling by train especially when i go to northern slogging from my hometown because as one rail route with a number of tunnels and it's like a beautiful beautiful railroad but like yeah at sometimes. It drives me crazy. This traveling by trains does.
"738" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"In. That city is definitely gold and seventies kind of things kind of interesting and then i assume it played out which is one of the reasons why they're not doing the mining anymore. Yes i'm not sure exactly when they stopped mining. But i don't think it was pretty recent i wanna say like more recent history for sure but yet no these minds are really cool and then from the open air mining museum you can go to one of several taki. Which are these men made mining lakes that we're used to drive the minds and yeah they're really pleasant lovely areas a lot of hiking. You can do around them so yeah i think that's like probably good for maybe day. One in bus wsa. I would spend two or three days there if possible because as you mentioned it is a unesco heritage site and has a really lovely old town very hilly but the buildings are just remarkable and even the poor triveni which is just a little market is just gorgeous. And so yeah. I think you want to spend a lot of time in the old town. And while you're in the old town you can go to bon scott last scout or laskey which is the love bank and basically this was created based on slovakia's romeo and juliet so the story basically goes this poet. Andre slugged though vich. I don't know if i'm pronouncing that correctly may be peter can cut to me but he wrote the world's longest love poem about this woman named marina and unfortunately they were never able to marry one another but basically they created this love bank where people can go and store a little token of their love. I don't think it's cheap to do that. But you can still pay for a tour of the place and it's really cool looking. It's basically like this tunnel and then inch box. Has maybe one letter of the poem and the poem stretches like the tunnel so yeah it's a cool place to go probably more so a couple thing i would say but yeah it's it's very lovely. That's basically what you can see in old town and then from there you can buy foot easily go to calvary which is really remarkable upon a hill and they have these stations of the cross and if you make it all the way to the top of the hill you get a really lovely view of the surrounding hills in nature and then also if you like a good cup of coffee or tea you absolutely have to go to the club potch ti house which is in this really lovely small tower type building and they offer a think about one hundred varieties of tea but they also serve traditional arabic. Coffee which is just so delicious. A coffee drinker like myself. And they mix it with cinnamon or cardamon for example and they have a really lovely terrorists were again. You have a great view of this city and they have these board games you can play and it's also very inexpensive so when i was in bunch doug nitsa think i ended up going there twice maybe three times so you absolutely have to go there if you're in the city and you mentioned that they've been mining for a long time in a bunch and actually traces back to the third century. B c. The celts reminding there in the roman days but the city has been there are people have been in that area since neolithic times. So it's an an ancient city place and silver. yes what they mind their predominantly corect. Excellent anything else. We want to do in that region before we move on or is there more places in our tannery should definitely check out the local brewery cold and taste local beer. Also you could go to this. Catholic called the not bunny which can be translated into lega strange lady because cafe with old strange counterfoil lady. I'm assuming i've never met. Actually the yeah. It's like buddha incher. I was sitting in a corner on an old cowed surrounding. Where hundreds of old perks and like burnett's music terrorists who i would recommend that place for sure mention those lakes by he so i would just add that you can also swing darts fishing or something. You can definitely swing into some. It's very popular among cost but also among people visiting disagree just one day or two days. Okay is there more to the. Do we want to move onto something else. Well hiking or maybe cross country skiing. That's also something he can do nearby the town but like if you have just seven days i would just on the city center go elsewhere but if then definitely more time you can do a hike. Maybe there's like is which is sort of like a peak where you can go to and you would have nice view of the town. As just to calgary it. Sounds like we may be wrapping up our if we extended it by a couple of days. What would you add on and slovakia but had a couple more days. I really odyssey. Yes i as an american especially because we don't have castles in slovakia has tons of cast. You definitely have to go to at least one or two castles. I personally would definitely recommend or of a castle. It's a really beautiful castle. But it's so. I believe no sporadic to was filmed there and maybe another film center vampire film. So that's code and then view go further east to speech castle. That is such a remarkable castle. And i believe a few films are filmed there as well. But yeah it's for me. It was like kind of jaw dropping to be honest like shear size of this castle. So yeah i think those are probably the two you'd wanna visit if you're crunch time we'll an inch castle. Were still only two thirds of the way from the west to the east so we haven't got all the way across the country. And how long would it take me to drive from the western end to the eastern end of slovakia. Maybe four to five hours not a big country. So we're not going to be difficult to see what we want to see. Excellent as we start to wrap this up. You're standing in the prettiest spot in slovakia. Where are you standing..
"738" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"The amateur traveler talks about a mining museum and a reggae festival the danube love bank castles. And the carpathians as we go to slovakia. Welcome the traveler. I'm your host chris christopherson. Let's talk about slovakia. I'd like to walkman show. Peter and anna from the slovak spectator and the spectacular slovakia. Podcast and his last name is fe and peter. I'm gonna let you say your last name yourself because we have erased. All of my terrible efforts pronouncing it on my last name is lola bullets. There you go. Excellent peter and anna. Welcome to the show. We're talking today. Oddly enough about slovakia censor you're coming from the spectacular slovakia podcast. I suspect you may know something about the country. Why should someone well first of all. Let's put it on a map because last time we did an episode on slovakia which has been something like seven years. We talked to someone who moved to the country and said all of their friends had no idea where this country was. So where are we talking about. When we're talking about slovakia so slovakia is i would say dead center europe so it borders austria the czech republic ukraine and poland. Correct view from poland to slovakia. So i will test was excellent. And why should someone go to slovakia so far foreigners perspective before i moved to slovakia. I didn't know much about it. I would say i actually funnily enough. I lived in the country when i was a toddler but it has changed a lot since then and i think in general slovakia unfortunately is a very underrated country. I like to think of it as the little engine. That could country that a lot of people overlook but there's so much to see outside of the capital of bratislava's for example gorgeous castles majestic mountains and a lot of unique unesco sites for example. So yet definitely worth a visit to that. Well i would say many people and foreigners especially if they would say you we've got the beautiful women and like cheap stuff and that's not. That's not everything i mean. Some people into going with that alone. I would agree with analog. We have beautiful mountains Plenty of castles and many people come to brought east london eight and they continue to be an hour budapest. They think it's definitely worth checking out other parts of the country. Well excellent well and two things. I would say that i know with little about slovakia. One is we as americans people in the west have tended to say that anything that used to be east of the iron curtain in eastern europe. And and that. I think is something that slovakians might bristle because it is central. If you look at a map it is central europe. So that's one thing don't say and also the country czechoslovakia doesn't exist anymore and it hasn't existed for years so this used to be part of it but that's a term not to use anymore because that is obsolete. Is that fair enough yet that it's trust and all also many people think that we are slovenia which is not. You'll see that's okay. They can't put slovenia on a map. Either excellent which is another beautiful country but not this in different in so many ways excellent. Well what kind of. I ten or are you going to recommend for us for slovakia. Well of course you have to start in radislav and most people will likely be flying in from vienna and from the airport. You can take a quick bus or train. It's about an hour sometimes less. I just would warn tourists if you take the train. Yeah when you see the train station and bratislav. It's probably not the best first impression. It has not changed much since the nineties. I could definitely needs a facelift. But in a weird way i find it strangely comforting. That no matter. How much bratislav develops the train station will always stay the same were in you. See they're flying in from vienna. He meant there flowing into to vienna. And then taking the train to two brothers because bratislav in vienna like an hour apart so it's not great for us excellent. Yeah when you get to brought his slava of course and you have to explore the old town. Very beautiful has the typical cobblestone streets. A lot of really gorgeous buildings from different architectural eras and they have lovely cafes sometimes musical performances on the streets. And yeah it's small enough that you won't get lost. But i would say big enough that there is plenty to do especially if you wanna spend the whole day there. You won't be bored in my opinion and then outside of the old town. Yeah there's a lot to do. I think peter could probably add to that before we get to the outside the hotel. Let's fill in a little more on the old town. You mentioned lots of cafes so we're talking about a city that was also part of the austria hungary empire and so it's not gonna look that different to me from vienna. Is that fair to say they're definitely a lot smaller. Probably not as clean cut. If that's a good way to describe it. I think bratislav away has a lot more character and yeah outside the old town. You will see a lot of communists era architecture but i think it sort of adds to the appeal in a way. The one thing we didn't see is you're right here on the danube. Yes yes absolutely. Okay and in the old town before we leave the old town. Is there particular place. I would start. If i'm going to explore the old town and particularly things that i ought to see before leaving the old tim. Yes so you'd wanna start at saint michael's gate that is very much like the main entrance to old town and they also have an interesting museum at the top and you can also go to tower and get an overall view of the town. You see at the top at the top of the gate. Yes and yet they have this. I believe it's like the city arms museum within. The tower is closed right now due to reconstruction and i believe it will be closed for a while navy into. Yeah well into the next year the next year this is being recorded in twenty twenty so maybe.
U.S. 12-Month Deficit Hits $3 Trillion as Virus Stimulus Spending Soars
"Incurring the biggest monthly deficit in history in June as spending on programs talk about the current virus procession exploded while millions are lost jobs and, of course, that cut into tax revenue. The Treasure Department reporting Monday that its deficit hit 864 billion last month and amount of red ink that surpasses most annual deficits of nation's history. And is above the previous monthly deficit of record. I should say of 738 billion in April. Now that amount was also tied to the trades of dollars. Congress has provided to cushion the impact of the widespread shutdown that occurred in an effort to Limit the spread. And, of course, you can expect that to widen even Mohr when Senate Republicans returned to work to craft another stimulus package, Republicans said they wanted to hit the pause button to see where the recovery stands. But Now States air starting to re close and schools might not open. Maryland Republican Governor Larry Hogan, who's also chair of the National Governors Association, told Bloomberg his state is looking at the possibility of Millions of lost local government jobs without any federal assistance. Hogan, of course, has been critical of the Trump administration's response to the current virus pandemic. We've been fighting and pushing since March to try to get some assistance from the federal government. We were. We fought to try to get help to the state and local governments and the third stimulus package next week when ah when Congress comes back from the from their fourth of July recess. We're hoping we've been pushing very hard to make sure that the state and local governments are included. In that stimulus package because it's critically important. We've already lost 1.5 million state and local government workers from the past 60 days. It's anticipated we could lose as many as four million more so we're talking about You know, front line health care workers and teachers and police and firefighters people that were out there providing more services under very difficult circumstances and were as impacted at the state and local government level as as our businesses because the revenues are down dramatically across the across the country were expecting. Ah decrease in revenues to state governments of up to 30%.
Spain reports 738 more coronavirus deaths
"Spain's coronavirus death toll jumping by seven hundred and thirty eight overnight as the country struggles to cope with an accelerating health crisis Scott McLean reports the total amount of coronavirus cases related to deaths in the country Spain recorded its highest number of coronavirus deaths in the last twenty four hours bringing the total to more than thirty four hundred the virus has now killed more people in Spain than it has in China where this outbreak
"738" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
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"738" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Agadir motherfuckers the same shit and to be quite honest. Bequeathed honest felt better better about those thirty five years. They're saying I think Yo man to get a drink as much as we do this shit we always gotta do something something to make our Soul feel-good people always tells you make you make me feel good. You know it's like therapy Jato no motherfucker. y'All out therapy it's mine it's mine too man what's up. Why why why? Why was tonight I am not? We're GONNA I'M GONNA say my therapist motherfucker in his you up on my friend. Fat Doctor and his health isn't doing well I love to do. He's a mentor to me mentor. Tony Words Mentor to Martin. AUSE really could guys very popular in the DC circuit. And he's tell me Danica. aww That's how that's how life that's shit. He said we deal with regular life who say but we don't estates. We put Shit on the side of the stage stage. Do Shit it. Don't go away we pick it back up and we deal with when we get off. But that's how shit sure sure that sounds shit. Yo John Witherspoon Pass. You know everybody who's like I was just talking to him. I was just talking to 'cause that's how he were't that's his life people we even have to but this is like this is out fuel. What what else do we know? me what to Eh he said. When is your tour or I said never nigger hung without dead? When I die would I'd I think he just did a spot in the belly roll? What else do we do? I love the fact that if I don't get on stage for two three nights I go into a different world my head I feel good onstage. Yep like I couldn't couldn't get states Tuesday I couldn't get down because my leg was still swollen flocking Wednesday night. I went down and had a blast. The belly room just had a blast. Ask because it's who we gotta do it every couple of days I do. I couldn't a week or something. Yeah no I'll be like what the fuck is going. The IMF especially like right now. I'm going through because I did the degeneration. When did you tape taped up about two months ago there? A December thirty first. Oh let's go was that I did that I did. I did some stuff where I didn't gain a lot of my bankers to TV. You don't says now I'm back in the back came right along. You know what I'm saying. I don't WanNa see things like I heard you know it's something we don't get there but I do. Yeah I do so I am now but dude like I get off like I watch you do that shit to a my God damn but the thing I feel like like I don't know when I watch you performed like you'll you'll so strong a who you are on stage you so strong with who you are stays deficit's nicotine Lysol bottle of dear. You catch that bits and it'll become twenty minutes you not saying like everybody don't have that skill all set to you. Tell them up and just make something happen nonetheless. It makes them happen to my folks GonNa get so fucking nerves because my focus to not wanNA trust debt wet. Supposedly you D- Did you are a funny mother. Fuck you just funny mother. Fuck some of pin paper but some of which is funny just like that motherfucker. One is worst night he hit me. Best night's my leg right my leg right. I still forget I love. y'All I didn't want to sit down but fuck that I was still smoking on motherfuckers. How many how many the how many years you've been doing comedy on theory? Twenty Donna. Because I'm trying to. I'm trying to backtrack time. Probably Twenty six six twenty five point eight three twenty five twenty. Yep Yep how do you feel now stronger than yet rooftop. Joey and you still way to the thirty five year more joke. I look Chris and Joe Rogan on under the door. Dirty yellow you out this way this crazy after twenty five years and I'm not talking about twenty five year. where's the slump? While he was whacked from ninety two to ninety three tumble twenty five years of being a ripper. And I tell this I still feel like I get better every year every year every year every got them shelby it. I feel it onstage and I'm talking about you know coming here with like muffins I just. Oh Shit Yo that motherfucker funny blackwood is not GonNa stop you know man every year and ah again. I'm talking about every optima offer like last year. I was killing shit where people that again as it is. Wiki is always gotta find something else. Will we evolve. I've I love evolve and I love writing. There's nothing worse than being excited to see a comic comic watch them eat does a tremendous set and also Monday. You get an email. He's back in town and you go there and he does the exact same set. You just lost me forever because you telling me that the year nothing happened. You didn't even take shit man. I'd I'd say at the best compliment. Did the most appreciate appreciate a compliment. I get is wind him up focused. Come up to you. Say this is my fifth time. See they come and fire way. Flip a year if you ain't flip today and cut back back like I don't even like to go like I gotta go Atlanta in January. I won't go to Nashville in April because apple's Atlanta people are gonNA drive natural. I already know it. I gotta go to DC TO DC Thanksgiving weekend. This is the tough This is the one we can come come this week because I on. That's my hometown. That's been my traditional shelf like last Friday sites on Fridays Saturdays. This been my traditional show but what is so challenged. Because you did you grow up with your shows is a different level antler star. I hear people yellow say. Hey Don L. like the only way fucking high school because he was in fucking Joe Class with me and I do that every a year like right now and I gotta I gotta I gotTa do a remix man. I know we will see what happens. You know we will see see what happened because I was just there. I just did Birch Mir while ago and not just exhausted so much. I'm just in that place. Where was I just gotTA GET A? Something's he's got a pop. And then once you get that group you just you like Dan. That's fucking twenty minutes right there. It's it's so crazy now right now the back of your mind you're in how how and you'll be in hell for another month then you'll come up with four minutes. There's some you know this this guy does some now. You got six six minutes but then you put together a ten minute run right and guess what you could add three from a joke you have. Yes you stop putting together. Oh Aw Shit. y'All ready shit like this when I said I had to chop it up for Netflix. Do some other stuff but I. It was like mad. This'll be my our but the nobody was coming before our there was coming. Fifty Zero Twenty zero. I'm like may is saving shit. Has a dilemma get an hour is smash it so like even on a Netflix joint. I've literally took forty five minutes. Shit trimmed all fed off and Got Straight Obama pop and I had to sacrifice is like well. You should set up a Netflix Netflix. Say Give me an hour fifteen minutes and that'll give me but that man. I had this closing where I had to begin in the middle. I had a call back I had a tag and my legs joke. I had three call backs six. No four call bax from the entire set so it was I bop bop into the end Bam Bam Bam and I dismantle Mansell to say forced me to go so December thirty first. The first of October Martin to I'm doing I'm Martin Lawrence. This is going to be so nostalgic Martin Lawrence leaders fuck tour. He's he's doing two thousand nine hundred. I'm like nine of them Earthquake de Ray Litter luria J Farrell Tommy Davis and It's a mixed thing. A mix of different got seven days but for me to grow up like looking Martin. Lawrence is like a bucket list shit to just be able to shake his hand. Cut Off. Stage is going to be. Don't you gotta website where they can find dot com Donald. I've been come under A. I'm glad we had typing interview Abbott coming under a lot of attack on that I talked too much and I've heard people said I don't want to shut up and I talked too much so I've taken energy and I've started my own podcast chest so I could talk about mother fucking Azov. It's called the Danica Rawlins show It's usually you probably can get right now. Go anywhere anywhere. I'm so bootleg all right I want you to check it out. No you get sick of it but I just just. I'm excited about I'm GONNA do it. Yeah Yeah Yeah it's fun. You will let me Kate. But it's just. I watched it yesterday and I was like this is dif- it just feels so real cause so don't even an hour chemistry. 'cause you see her. When I see you see a pretty face right and then you get a couple of a couple of minutes you see a tomboy and just a cool motherfucker? almo- She's Cool Glory night yes. She's dope early morning. Some nights I talked to my way the join no more we talk about her and I are like comedy movies. You made a lot of her life. I could tell every time she you know. Listen man we you also have the mutual from the Violin Elisa. Dial up all my art guys like you and me. We need an mad at girl is when I first I before I moved here it would be like I will have to do additional something. I didn't know nowhere around. She would come and take me to audition damn living living on her car. You know what I'm saying and I seen her go up and down life. I've never seen her dell a never seen a frown always. I'll always know her to be like is just part of it. We keep it moving. Keep more I love a twitter on the bypass over. I love it at that. And that Baal issue all my gosh tomato play. I told her to bring. I told Y'all talk to talk to be right. She was like I know you're talking about. She's like I I was I was I would say it's not too bad where I was like. It's got take the violin and rock. Shit she fucking guilty right me cry. Yash made me fat and crime but Bro. You're always welcome on my thank. I appreciate it man says family family here anytime you kill me at the store. Your story and I wish you nothing but love and don't forget I'm in Miami next week December..
"738" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"I take def jam. I was doing contrary eleven months. I was green. I know nothing about those bright lights. Whatever I told a story about this fact he'd taken my bike when I was a kid? It was my signature bid in DC. See it was a bit where It was animated acted out. But I'll be honest. My set one is explosive out. Even even keep a real real i Michael Blackson for me even making the cut. Because will you take. The JAM is four comics. Take One person I was GONNA get cut cut. Everybody make one person in weather had not the least funny. There's going to get cut and that and I'll be honest. It was me Anthony. Anthony captain was devalued. My brain is kept Safak now. Anthony Anthony J Anthony Bradley Jay. MP Brown Samore disguised name. Why J. Anthony Brown some more Wyatt me four five six Mi Michael Blackson and my set was just okay? Michael Blackson Blackson destroyed the room. Michael Blackson was ripping his room. Just demolished AS Roma's going crazy and at the end of condemning in in the middle of standing on the focus you want to ask you know what that means in a well. Well he said I have a big. Everyone's everyone's like oh you went to see my day was out yet and they thought put out a prosthetic Dick both a five feet law right five three big black vein a big ass voice big waving around at it ripped a room but def jam was come to a lot of flack dishes. Get do crazy. You know what I'm saying. It's like come on putting big as Dick's how far we go take a the joke. Might say this far right and that Mike got cut off of it because his set was Kika close does he got cut because it and gave me the opportunity to show what a didn't like it. What a different is it started can have other conversations with people promoters indifferent shelf chiller surrogate? But it's like Oh shit it's a reference point. Oh Daddy is deft Catholic. deb Back then they knew you buy the joke you told you. Know what I'm saying is like Royal. He did his job where he said ice skating. He said I'll make me nervous tonight. And then he takes his coat. Offer turns around and put on the Mike Stand. He's got a gun in his backside so they knew him as do got back to Chris Tucker was known as the pissed off man because we Chris Tucker made it Chris Tucker was on Def Jam. He got seen by Bob. Some Bob was talent coordinator on nobody had a really poplar. Black comedy competition. Call The bay area black. It was over in Oakland was ran for like fifteen or twenty years. If I'm not mistaken his name one time. Don't miss the KUPA. Yup Yup lots. Yes that was the direct cause I think mistaken marcus king who is managing. I think he was affiliated with some kind of way but whatever it was when it came to black comedy. That's where you went. Chris Tucker was part of that that competition and Chris Tucker he didn't win. The competition came second and at the time. Chris Chris Culkeen six minutes. That's it you know what what is business. Sometimes people think you you got out. Have sometimes all you need is three minutes of the right shit and his God he had to look he had the energy. You know what I'm saying. He was he was happy was friendly and he just had his energy at six minutes and that's all he needed and it was like in this. So this is deb deb. Down was making people overnight stars on one tape. That's how proud of power showers POW. The show came on a twelve o'clock Friday Friday nights. And you plan your evening or whatever you're GONNA do. It happened after DEF jam came along. And I remember Chris Tucker and I've said this on on different platforms when Krista came up and said pissed off. Man You know some people just got it just pissed off man. He said I'm so broke if a Nicaragua meat and a practice and he did some shit and it was. How how Bernie Mac? And he's skinny. Mufflers Pal Adele Givens these big lifts and you'll little Dick would be like giving a whale of tic TAC how it got so bad joy month buckles was like in writing catchphrases. They were like Oh if I get to. This sugar dug a quack quack. Something that people could remember from people was eating offer that I still still see. Joe Torry and reciters routine. Joe Torre was one of those right away Martin Lawrence I could beside his routine. There was a bit of e- add Martin. It was just is Martin was man. It was just such a lot of people. I don't know if they notice story but Martin wasn't the first option for DEF comedy jam. It was Robin Robin Robin Robin Harris. Funny Funny Funny motherfucker joking a crowd. Good good okay okay. You can feel it. But in his passing they was looking for. That was Robin That was Robin Harris Show. He passed Martin was bubbling. And next thing you know that was it and and the I think the show a Def Jam Kinda suffer Martin left because he just stamped with so much as when you heard def jam you heard Mark Mullins and no disrespect to Joe Torre all the other temps they made but Martin just so likable. You know what I'm saying. He was so likeable and he had that gift to be able to be Insulted without being offensive. You know what I'm saying. He could get you right there like all up and then he breathed right back and he might does so much Martin. Russell Simmons is. Dan Letham did so. So am Bob some. I did so much black comedy. Man Date created a platform when it didn't exist. When all you had was late like David Letterman? You know you had those late nights circuits late late night shows with. How did you see a black personnels? Yardley ever did and found that need and desire and it filled it and and made some careers really really made some grease from ninety five to two thousand. Black comedy was so huge. No matter what town you went what club you went. They had one night a week dedicated. You know black Sunday black thunder and they we salute to guys in always sold out two shows but one of the busiest African American shows I ever saw. My life was de Great Davis in Chicago on a Sunday night for show and I was his night he was walking out of there with dirty. Jeez let me say this is that was that was the hustle. I had to leave their every city. Grand one nine one month in Chicago people would show up like twelve hundred for tonight but the Dow was like that was an urban scene. That was the Hustle Hustle Hustle like. Everybody you in an hustle went to different cities and then we created like the blacks. We created our own tours but we call them runs. You know what I'm saying. You knew new like derailed at night and then somebody else to do to south Florida. Good Dude glasses bonaire says my Dixon Marvin Marvin Dixon's another example doc. I had a Roman on an in Brooklyn New York. It was called Pope knockers right. It was called Poke Nakas and it was just like this west Indian restaurant and we would do we would would do like we would do four thousand at the door and then food and drinks do like ten twelve thousand this on Monday night and like you said like the smart commies the ones that entrepreneurs and you can see how D- raises come so so successful like we had like two dope do's and city you had a night that you could eat eat off. I was a struggling common for to have one night where I can pay my rent. I was GONNA have a lot of bills. But that's when you know when you adapt derailed did it Derail did it Bernie Mac before Bernie Mac blew up on the cotton club down in Chicago. I heard stories about the only thing but the only thing about the joy was like pop up black shows or whatever and then like people started like like looking down certain clubs and stuff they look down on black comedy the you know they would just love anybody if you just sit motherfucker all. He's one of Def Jam X.. You know what I'm saying and a lot of people didn't let didn't respect somebody to stand up some here so now you get there. It's all it's GonNa only lasts for certain mountain. You get desert type the mind but now you got you. You don't have to do mainstream but you know the more people that know about you. Dot more opportunity is not too many Is Not too many black comics. That have built a very very successful career just off the black audience. What we know now we have chocolate on? Talk to Sunday's. We have derailed Monday Monday than they. They made it. They went small with at the comedy. Store thumb Thursday Thursday upstairs. Michelle Murdoch now. When and I got to this town if you want an agent manager movie you had to be at one of those nights i? It wasn't a big chocolate Sunday. Guy That at one time bomb the got him like me cookie the checkup this. I'm talking ninety okay. Who is a win was missiles who was ousted in Chris? Spencer you're right and Weber used to go there Chris Webber. We're going with the black model. y'All Chris Webber was a after at the. You want to be a standup. Because yes he when. He was with the wizards he used to always be at a comedy spots man so I used to go to that one. Joe Torre to Joe from Indianapolis Guy Torry that desire and and Joe and they had a partner solid brother I I still asked about him. City he threw me up on their. You know and I was thirty five dollars in those days. Probably don't know it thirty five dollars on the Tuesday. What she man? When I was in New York of today would have ribs and shit that we catered from As you got the free free Korean shit drink to drink thinking she drake tickets and you can walk thirty. You had some bullshit others be like they give you thirty dollars. I fifteen motherfucking. Give me that drink. Leaving the low in the Improv had Monday night that was officially first of all Joe. Tories Rome on Tuesdays was where they went to see Chris Spencer for American history x but they gave it to guide Kyri. I didn't know that story. And then they went to see Joe Torry Four Fifth.
"738" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
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"738" Discussed on Security Now
"In two nota will always be free with all security features included no personal information such as phone numbers is required to access your not a mass email account we do not log Ip addresses and strip ip addresses from emails sent and received your right to privacy is at the heart of Tutu NOTA and they conclude proudly engineered in Germany our entire team team is based in Hanover Germany all your encrypted emails are stored on our own servers in highly secured data centers in Germany with its strict data protection laws and GDP are Germany has some of the best laws in the world to protect your secure email does the German Constitution stresses the importance of freedom of expression and of the Human Right to privacy so anyway I am impressed. It's hard to argue with those principles which I know many of our listeners here share so I wanted to put as I said to to not dot com on everyone's radar And I guess we could thank shadow kill hackers for bringing to note Back to our attention either some listeners or I mean it's it's not the first time I've heard of them and they have been around for several years but you know they really are saying all the right things and and I'm absolutely going to check out the windows desktop APP to see what it looks like and how it works I was just talking last week about maybe it was to Leo so it must have been the week before about the fact that I'm a thunderbird user Oh yeah because it was as it was in the context of Thunderbird a future version coming I think it was next summer will be integrating PG In into thunderbird natively to dramatically simplify its use for people who want US PGP style encryption and of course I need to use a an account at two two Nota if you ought to use their encrypted email but from time to time it's clear that they're there must be some means for sending an encrypted email to someone who is then able to view it through their web browser without themselves needing to have a to note the APP or or account so anyway looks like these guys have done everything right I just wanted to let our listeners know to denoted to do so fibers fire foxes private Z. Protection for just little old boring I never surf anywhere exciting me Fire Fox has blocked three thousand and eighty web trackers sits just September Fourth of twenty and nineteen which is interesting because again I I'm really I'm not wandering around net very much but Mozilla just released the broader figures today demonstrate fire foxes anti tracking effectiveness their stats show that fire faulk block fire Fox blocked four hundred and fifty billion cross site tracking request since just the second of July shortly after enhanced tracking protection was first introduced for Fire Fox and since that time the rate of tracking protection locking has risen to ten billion blocking 's per day So what do you think Jason time perhaps to give fire Fox and other look You Know Leo has switched back to fire Fox right so I mean I installed actually on my desktop the other day yeah we talked about it last week install in a installed it again it wasn't very long ago that I still was actually used being fire Fox but I wasn't using it isolated to itself I was using chrome on on one screen and Fire Fox on the other and I would log into one of my google all accounts on one browser and the other one on the other just because switching between the two accounts used to really suck and so having those silent on their own was was the way that I chose to do it and so I was still kind of in the Fire Fox realm but they've improved in so I've been using chrome so now I have it installed at least and so I'm Gonna I'm GonNa Challenge Myself to kind of focus on it a little bit I think I think one side of that is that this is a chrome os laptop yes yes yes so it's has it does behoove you stay with with crawl I Fox's continuing to move forward with their what they call lock wise which is they're they're built in Password Manager they were boasting that it can now generate a secure passwords like okay well good signing up for a new account I would imagine I would argue that that's a the minimum requirement password manager is it be able to do that for you and also that it's Abe it can be used to replace a current wijk password with a new with a new more secure one they also note that access to local browser contained lock wise database can be protected using apple's face ide- and androids touch ID biometric recognition systems so that Nice and it does look like they did everything correctly they're using a es to fifty six G C M encryption which is what you want to use what I chose for Squirrel for example which is a tamper resistant blocked siphoning technology They use the one P W protocol all to sign into fire Fox accounts to obtain encryption keys p. b. k. d. f. two and H. K. d. f. with S. H. A. to fifty-six to create the encryption key from Fire Fox account username password so anyway it looks like they've done everything right And I guess my only problem is that I'm like you actually Jason I am not browser monogamous I'm a bit fickle when it comes to browsers some things cannot be beat under fire Fox like managing a large number of open tabs with Tab sidebar I love having a bunch of tabs running down the side of my screen there there's kind of a WanNa be sidecar add on for chrome to put tabs on the side but I've never liked it fire Fox you know makes that sort of builds it in so I would argue that chrome has its place and I'm occasionally faced with I E or edge so having a polygamous password manager such as last pass allows me to keep all of those things that I'm using in single archive all in one encrypted store regardless of which browser I'm currently in the mood to us at the moment so so I don't think likewise is GonNa get me because I really do want to be browser agnostic for password management but still for those people who are are only using fire Fox for what it's worth likewise is continuing to move forward and I mentioned at the top of the show a a very worrisome remote code execution affecting engine x servers that's n G I annex for those who don't know it appeared on the scene relatively recently so it has the advantage of not dragging along Apache's long history which you know means a a growing you want some woods argue bloated code base with which is having to you know keep you know sort of slows down and and makes a little more at accident prone on the other hand engine x has had an accident so you know that could happen to even new servers Saturday this past Saturday a new and dangerous. PHP Flaw surfaced the very short version is if you your site or any site you're aware.
"738" Discussed on Security Now
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"738" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"I don't love it but it's interesting story. jailbreak community has announced checkmate a jailbreak. That cannot be fixed. Don't onto on apple can't turn back now. It only affects devices through the a eleven so doesn't affect the last two years of iphones or ipads but because it's a firmware hag very hard to do apple would have have to re release new firmware for all its phone something it can't do it and have to take him back in hardware and stuff so checkmate is what they call a permanent unpatentable boot. Rom exploit. It's a clever name for it checkmate with an eight well I don't recommend jail breaking in general but if you have an older phone maybe this is a way to keep it alive. Maybe put some software on it that you want mess around mess around it's on get hub I I I won't say exactly where but you can find it and it doesn't work on the last two chipsets and be buyer beware. The Creator says there are still kinks to be ironed out on older devices like the for us I mean I don't even want signed for us. It will never work again. Yeah yeah remember jailbreak could be jailbreak. Gets keep that in mind but it's you know it's an engineering feat something to be admired from afar from afar with a stick. I wouldn't recommend using it. Ten feet at least apple says some of those shows were making those movies were making. I'm for Apple. TV plus those are going to be in the movie theaters again. People go to those so this is Sofia Coppola Directing Bill Murray in a new movie on the rocks. It's going to be one of Apple's first. Major theatrical releases will open in theaters first and then on Apple TV plus. That's always been a bone of contention Hollywood. doesn't remember the. Spielberg didn't want Roma to be nominated for not Kademi award. He said only movies that had a theatrical release so netflix put it out. I think for two weeks in theaters. It's not an easy thing to do. Apple's going to respond to that now. What do we get a free pass in our wallet APPs though so we have to pay for it there you go see it's going to be a dumb. Nobody's GonNa go see it because you can watch it at home in a they you think they're just doing this for the sake of being able to be nominated for awards well on the rocks which stars Rashida Jones Young Woman in reconnecting with her eccentric father guests who are eccentric father will be Bill Murray. They're eyeing amid year released next year possibly following a premier too high profile events such as the Cannes Film Festival interesting. There's Bill Murray Aki eccentric there she jones. I've never seen him do that. It's a new thing it's kind of a stretch for bill. He's such a talented actor. I don't even know why I told you this story Tori. Nobody seems to care. Sorry not one bit. I'm sorry I tried apple is going to make the MAC pro in Texas. Everything's bigger. They're the ALMAC ALMAC pros made in Texas and this yeah this is straight from apple from Tim Apple. Actually Tim Apple says and I think it has a little bit to do with trade war with China and pressure on apple to make stuff in the US and honestly if you're GonNa make something in the US make yours what will undoubtedly be the slowest selling. It's going to start at six thousand dollars minus a monitor stand right. You don't even get a monitor saying with that so war movie ticket to go see the film. You don't get nothing so it's good for Austin. It's good for the Flex Plant in Austin which hasn't had a lot to do frankly since twenty thirteen that's this is on top of the stuff that it's doing with corning where it just invested a bunch of money fund a to put money into some of the suppliers apple never says that they're using gorilla glass. it comes from corning and what happens. I I was told by a reliable source. Maybe you a rene. Somebody told me that what happens is apple puts it in their new IPHONE. They don't call it gorilla glass and then after a decent period of time corning releases it as the next time. I don't think minds gorilla glass because I remember that you already know yeah. No you better not I didn't. I just have a big gouge in the does yeah came with. It's hard to see came with the game. I swear I swear it did when when I pulled this phone out of the box I looked out and there were some like there are these weird scratches all over the surface of it that gouge at the couch was not there but it is there now and I take very good care of my devices. I don't put them next to metal things or let's working bear. Hold them. I'm very careful. Actually they're missing a bet. There should be an iphone stand attached to the butt of that tour and bear. Oh my Gosh Burke will make me one. He said he's already offering to make eight clothing. Yeah so a iphone stand for the torquing bear would be I mean look at that's perfect one quick break and then we will wrap up with a bunch of small have a mint. That's good small stories to wrap the day up but first a word from worldwide technology. WW T. we call him their advanced technology center started about ten years ago. It has grown like topsy more than half a billion dollars in equipment enterprise equipment so that you and they can test hardware and software before you deploy the engineers at. WW To using advanced technology center to to create tests proof of concept pilots they use the sandbox so the customers can see this stuff at work can see how it interacts with their equipment but one of the things I love about this I think is so amazing is that now you can use the ATC as well. Even if you're.
"738" Discussed on This Week in Tech
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"738" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Be the future of where Microsoft is going and and yet in the Dallas credit you know he decided to cut back on markets where they clearly couldn't compete in usually widespread consumer markets and are trying to go into markets where they can define that category. I and that's why that is way harder so well. It's also I said Betcha and surface earbud abuts. We are hearing those we'll be there. Everybody even Amazon announced Amazon Housing Chauve. Everybody's got ear buds we'll talk about Amazon. Actually twenty-five some new products products holy-moly eighty announcement a crazy crazy story yet against the wall. See Their we'll get there. We'll talk about this. We're going to talk about here buds in Spaghetti and just a bit longer. That's good stuff brought to you today by Sabi that it goes well with your Spaghetti Airbus. Indeed not that kind not the Green Ball you get next to you Sushi. I'm talking was Sabi Hot. Cloud storage is created by two guys. I I know pretty well David friend who was the former. CEO of Carbonate Jeff Flowers his CTO they actually when they did carbonate invented a new way of writing too hard drives patented a a to laze data on disks sequentially as opposed to in blocks that gives you big speed up big efficiency improvement and that's that's kind of the incentive for them starting with Sabi. They've they've moved on from carbonite. Jeff and David now have a new start with Sabi. That is truly amazing. They look at you talked about it. Already we already talked about people are going to be moving to the cloud. You can make the argument. I think it's nowadays in the days of ransomware very good argument argument that your cloud storage is safer than your on premises storage in the hard drives in the closet and server those are the ones that are going to get bit by ransomware the place to put your data the place more businesses are going is the cloud by twenty twenty-five according to Gartner eighty percent of enterprises will have shut down on their traditional data centers eighty percent so the question is where do I go now. Everybody just says well. You know it's obvious you go to Microsoft Amazon Google. One of the Big Three Amazon is like three times the size of the rest of them I want to just add a fourth name. I know I know you know. He's going to be hard to bring the bus well. Let's not do those guys. Let's do with Sabi but just add to the list and show the boss the benefits for instance because of this revolutionary patented process there eighty percent shaper shaper one fifth the cost of s three six times faster and they don't charge for Egress S. three charges regress. They don't charge. API request and they use the same API so really you. It's plug and play for you. It's easy but you get so much more nine. I eleven nine zero door ability. You can designate some storage and you'll want to do this in this day and age of ransomware as immutable that is nothing can change it. Even a malware process running running rampant your computer that storage Musabe cannot be messed with data center is redundancy of course It's hip compliance finra compliance applied at CJ is compliant. It is really going.
Surface 7 with ARM chip could finally rival the iPad Pro
"All right so what's new why why am I saying this event is going to be so big so those like we'll be tight. Set tourists were hearing a new surface think of a surface pro thinner lighter than her basil's think of something that looks like an ipad pro but with a kick Stan and uses the keyboard but is going to be running snapdragon so very interesting. That's arm of course the taxes. Call comes supposedly desktop class so these other devices devices were on the eight fifty five which really was underpowered for that the real benefit of anything running on arm those battery life inside on this this thing will never go to like a hibernation mode. It'll be like the IPAD where you just hit the power button and it just POPs on the screen always connected to l t of course really good battery life. and I've seen this thing. It looks really nice like it's it's and I expect this design is going to be what surface pro row will turn into twenty twenty but you went to see for the qualcomm version what you think about it kind of makes sense markups going to you're going to see this thing and you're GonNa Kinda. Want it because it's gonNA GONNA look really hot and like you said they have an ipad pro but with the kicks Dan and a surface type of her and they have a new pens won't ruin the PEN system here. It's Kinda cool. they're changing it up a little bit for this device and so you got to see this thing you kind of want it and that's GonNa help. I think push people to adopt it then next year. They'll probably update the pro version. Pro Uses will get so. It's a good way to funnel people to arm which you know. I think what's Microsoft. Does this errol really say we're we're serious about arm and everyone should be taking a look at this stuff now and so that device for me is really what. I'm excited because I actually do like using your arm. Devices snapdragon fifties actually okay the ABC Echo is supposed to perform like an Intel core. I five eighth generation. It's supposed to be processor so yeah. now of course Intel's ten generation and I've used them these and they're really good but core. I five for a lot of people miss form factor. I think is actually pretty ideal.
"738" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Only they're more like boning bear like fall two thousand five bone of air guitar like youth pastor at around the campfire. I don't due to the two thousand eleven hit that deal <hes> uh-huh right you're doing in all the bony bears long all right coming in at number five the hot list chattan julia v._h. Passers of zoe church out in l._a. They told corny dash ian how to share her faith with her children children this week the reality the reality tv star recently hosted these church founders on her new new youtube series called the push conversations <hes> push peo- o._s._h. And the topic that she talked to them about was how to share your faith so <hes> she explained that growing up. She heard a lot of bible stories in her home. She said we grew up hearing stories. My dad already already read bible stories and we would talk about it in the car. We would listen to bible songs. We went to sunday school not every sunday but a lot so i just wonder if there's something you guys do or that's important to you like routines or things that you do with your own family. That could be helpful. They ended praying and having a meal together and here's a clip of their conference where my one of my favorite scriptures kids though is is in proverbs it says raise up a child or train of a child in the waited they should go and when they're older they won't depart from it so it's like if you if you train them up raise them up thinking about you're still walking out the truth and you're dead so it's when they're impressionable and you put all that in there you train them like the back like tiny girls tight is that's why but you didn't get that one thirty brianca kids that allows trading because when they're older they were gonna live by the right now so i don't wash the pusa conversation yeah. I'm i'm nick. I'm new new new new here. My my my question. Shen is charges said disa- passing you know it's amazing that y'all tie that you girls tied to my question is is that something that was said said on the push or is that something that chad the pastor knows because he gets the check out her <hes> oh like he he he's he's a. He keeps a list of all the who of who's taivon and who's not. I don't wear that courtney courtney. I'm gonna assume that's like like an offline on off. Push conversation invaded not bring upbeat talk about yeah but but but i also know like in any ah be interested what your take on this because you know working in like the church world like my passers growing up they made it a point not to look at who tie and who didn't like even when even when everything moved to like online or like offering envelopes like the senior pastor would never ever look at who's tithing and who's giving because they didn't want basically they didn't even want that on a subconscious level to affect so you know kind of their perception of people because it's not a business. These aren't customers. You know what i mean. This is a community any. Do you agree or disagree..
Top 5 Fast & Furious Moments
"Thanks to the continued success of all things fast and furious every a couple of years. It seems we get to bring up this old chestnut our top five fast and furious moment. I don't think we retire until they retire. Okay good point originally recorded back in two thousand fifteen after after Josh and I street race through the first six films in time for the release of furious seven we did last revisit this top five and twenty seventeen along with the release of the fate of the furious which which I had no recollection of reviewing the show and just you didn't either but that's Hubert here for it. I'm not sure you even saw it. No I saw it and not the biggest fan of that one. I like others better <hes> so I have an excuse for not remembering that we reviewed it or not on the show. I don't know what happened to you. Well we maybe should have looked ahead to what the franchise has in store or for us because fast and furious nine is doing theaters next. May Somehow we're going to have to come up with another top. Five topic. Josh baby will have to review that one and do something completely original tied to the franchise there you go. I am all for it at least right now with the distance of a year or so to worry about it now before we get back into into the reply we thought it would be fun to go back into the mail bag and share some of the responses we got to it and give everybody a little bit of a taste of how the top five five went and maybe cover one or two moments that you're not gonna hear in the top five. I love this email. We got from Chris Moody in Tetbury U._K.. Now I've heard did all a sincere open properly considered one hundred minute exploration and analysis of a film franchise that includes a flagship action sequence that would defy even the most generous suspension of disbelief in the one in particular. He's talking about there because God knows there's many of them in the franchise but multiple listeners wrote in about the end of a fast six which articles have been written about the fact that the whole thing takes place on an airplane on a runway and apparently if you actually really really broke it down and did the math the runway would have to be over eighteen miles long which does seem right if you've seen it very plausible