36 Burst results for "A Year Ago"

'Complete evil': Texas gunman kills 19 children, 2 teachers

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 41 min ago

'Complete evil': Texas gunman kills 19 children, 2 teachers

"Families are coming to grips with the deaths of 19 children at an elementary school in uvalde Texas ten year old eliana Garcia is being described as very sociable She was very happy and very outgoing Love to dance and sing and play sports She was taken to family and enjoyed being with the family Garcia's aunt Syria aris Mende spoke angrily to the AP through tears about why this happened I just sort of just don't know how people can sell that type of a gun Toolkit 2018 year old like what is he gonna use it for But for that purpose A parent of another victim said her ten year old daughter did not want to go to school and that the girls seemed to sense something was going to happen I'm Ed

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Fresh update on "a year ago" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 min | 33 min ago

Fresh update on "a year ago" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"25 We've got money news at 25 and 55 Jeff clay bought what are we seeing so far Well the Dow is up just three points He hasn't P 500 indexes up 22 though that's a half percent gain the NASDAQ is up a 126 That's a little more than a 1% gain Standouts in the otherwise weakening retail sector have been clothing stores benefiting from back to work wardrobe updates maybe express sales rose more than expected Nordstrom sales last quarter were up 24% from a year ago topping pre-pandemic levels Ride hailing company lift joins Uber in saying it'll slow hiring and cut its budgets lift stock has lost more than 60% of its value this year Uber is down about 50% year to date Dulles airport ranks as the most expensive for average airfares among the 45 busiest U.S. airports The Department of Transportation says the average fare at dulles last year was $408 Reagan national is right in the middle among airports averaging $329 BWI is the cheapest airport here an average of just $318 Jeff cable double TLB news Money news brought to you by gramophone Get outdoor ready with gramophone For the best smart lighting shading music and entertainment systems you've got to visit the hottie show rooms and Gaithersburg and Columbia or gramophone dot com Emotion at a news conference involving Texas governor about.

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Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 hr ago

Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

"A day after a mass shooting at a Texas school kills 19 children and two adults the Senate holds a hearing on a new ATF head Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee President Biden's nominee for ATF director Steven detel box as if confirmed he would advance the cause of public safety I vow to never let politics in any way influence my actions Senate judiciary chair dick Durbin says he's qualified and needs to be confirmed The spot went vacant for four years Why Because the gun groups wanted to go vacant They don't want a strong agency doing its job Ranking committee members senator chuck grassley says he has concerns about dental bock heading the ATF Biden had to withdraw his first ATF nominee after stalling for months because of opposition from Republicans and some Democrats the NRA claimed it campaign to keep David chipman from the post I'm Julie Walker

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Brittney Griner's wife tells ABC she wants WNBA star home

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 hrs ago

Brittney Griner's wife tells ABC she wants WNBA star home

"Britney grinder's wife says she wants the WNBA star being detained in Russia back home Sherrell griner says she started receiving text early in the morning on February 17th Babe babe babe wake up They have me in this room I don't know what's going on Brittany griner has been detained since then after vape cartridges containing oil derived from cannabis were allegedly found in her luggage at an airport near Moscow Griner plays basketball in Russia Cheryl greiner tells ABC's Good Morning America She wants President Biden to secure a release I just keep hearing that he has the power She's a political punch So if they're holding her because they want you to do something then I want you to do it Griner says Secretary of State Antony Blinken told her this is a top priority I was grateful for the call You say she's top priority but I want to see it Russian officials have described grinder's case as a criminal offense The charges carry a maximum penalty of ten years in prison I'm Ed

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Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | 10 hrs ago

Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate

"A fan of Brian Kemp, I've spoke about it openly and I believe that David perdue would be a great governor. Now, Donald Trump has endorsed David perdue as David perdue was mounting a primary challenge against Brian Kemp. But you must understand that the political landscape of Georgia is very much a good old boys network. It's a lot of local counties back slapping. Did you come to the local high school football game? Did you get good tickets at the university of Georgia football game? And I don't want to accuse Brian Kemp of anything illegal. That's not what I'm doing here, but it definitely is a patronage system in Georgia. Now, some states that really isn't the case. I can tell you right now, Arizona is not a good old boys network. There is that kind of McCain group in Arizona, but in Arizona, if you haven't lived here, if you just kind of moved here, you can, excuse me, you can kind of upstart and you can kind of run. Now you've got, of course, there's an establishment you have to navigate. But Georgia, it's a very much of a, who were you? Did you check the boxes? You know, were you able to take care of the right people? So Brian Kemp made a brilliant political move where he basically metaphorically neutered David perdue, where he put the more powerful Purdue, which was sunny perdue, I believe his name, which was, I think they're relatives on that mistake. I think their cousins and he appointed them to some sort of university board, which all but basically destroyed the fundraising ability of the entire Purdue network. So Kemp took care of a fellow Purdue in the family, which kind of, let's say, blunt was thwarted a lot of David perdue's ability to be able to continue to raise capital. Now, David perdue made a decision not to run for the United States Senate. That looks like it's going to be the great Herschel Walker. But Kemp worked the state, Kemp was able to maximize corporate donations. There's a lot of, there's a lot of powerful corporations in Georgia, CNN, obviously, is headquartered in Atlanta. I don't think they gave money to Purdue. Coca-Cola is headquartered in Atlanta, at least they said they hated Brian Kemp, Home Depot, was headquartered for quite a while in Atlanta, Delta Air Lines for a while was headquartered in Atlanta. There's a lot of there's a lot of companies that have a significant presence in the state of Georgia. It's a, it's always kind of prided itself on being a quote unquote, pro business state. To a fault, by the way, where Georgia invited Hollywood liberals for years via this phony and crony tax credit system where you bring in the Will Ferrell's and the Kevin Hart's of the world where they become like pseudo citizens of Georgia and they overly finance these elections. One of the many reasons why Georgia has become a battleground state which never should have become a battleground state. But

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The Roe v Wade Thing Isn't a Winner...

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 10 hrs ago

The Roe v Wade Thing Isn't a Winner...

"Seems to have kind of collaboratively agreed through coordination and I'm just looking, I'm looking at The Wall Street Journal, I have The New York Times here. The roe V wade thing isn't a winner. And what's so fascinating is how many moderate Republicans for years told me that we can't talk about reversing roe versus wade because people will lose their mind and that there will be protests in the streets and we'll lose voters. And what that shows and I want you to imagine for a second, I want to push your boundaries how much of our action, how much of our potential boldness is held hostage by the belief, the left is going to lose their mind and we're going to lose politically when in reality that might not be the case. How many big ambitious exciting ideas could we be implementing to better the American nation that we kind of stopped short because people say, oh, no, no. Bad things might happen. Now, for years, I was told by moderate Republicans. Charlie stopped talking about abortion. Stop talking. We're going to lose voters. It's going to be cataclysmic, and unite the left. Well, I'm reading The New York Times, just weeks after the leak. And it is nowhere to be found. Now this was not the case with Floyd a palooza. During Floyd a palooza, it was everywhere. Nonstop, racial reconciliation reconciliation, 16, 19 project promotions The New York Times. Rob and D'angelo, white fragility, ibram X kendi, tahani see Coates. Nonstop drum beat of promotion and profiling of stories, promotion, and platforming is a better word to use than profiling. Nonstop. I'm expecting, but I'm not seeing where in The New York Times is woman in Arkansas, dreads that one day she can't have an abortion.

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The Makings of a Conservative Majority With Newt Gingrich

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 10 hrs ago

The Makings of a Conservative Majority With Newt Gingrich

"This. I think social media is also helping us a lot where a lot of black and Hispanic voters otherwise would have been just kind of listening to propaganda radio or television, but they're exposed to new and exciting voices like Candace Owens or Brandon Tatum, where they're getting the other side of the story for the first time, maybe 20 or 30 years ago. It wouldn't have been as possible. And also, unfortunately, the dominance of Democrats destroying these cities. It's now 50 years, 60 years. They've had their turn, and there is that kind of narrative that is seeping in, such as look at Detroit before and after Democrat rule. I mean, in certain, you've seen those pictures where almost Nagasaki has done better post atomic bomb than Detroit under Democrat rule. And then finally, and I love your thoughts on this. I think Republicans are doing better at candidate selection and asking for the vote. It's almost like there's this new sense of confidence thanks to president Trump where we're going to go and ask for the vote, such candidates like Herschel Walker and others. What are your thoughts on all that? Well, I think first of all, I think you're right on and I think you put your finger on a very fascinating part of this. Kevin McCarthy set out in 2020 to recruit candidates and people thought the House Republicans would lose 25 seats. They gained 15. That's a swing of 40 from what the experts thought would happen. Well, the 15 they gained every single one of them was either a woman or a minority and in some cases, as with two Korean American women in Southern California, a woman and a minority. And McCarthy talks constantly about base broadening and he talks about this opportunity to expand the brand, not just to focus in a narrow way on the old base. All of this was made possible by two things. One was Trump's effectiveness in communicating and in delivering the fact is you look at the price of gasoline two 35, I think, when Trump left office, you look at the price of gasoline now, you look at the price of food when Trump left office, you look at the price of food now. You look at the border getting controlled under Trump. You look at the chaos and the border now. You look at the crime rate under Trump. And Trump, I think, by now, would have very aggressively gone after these George Soros elected district attorneys who are refusing to prosecute

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The Left's Hold on the Black Community Is Coming to an End

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 10 hrs ago

The Left's Hold on the Black Community Is Coming to an End

"I want to get right to our guest. Someone who I have an amazing amount of respect for, I read basically everything he puts out. If there's an op-ed by this man, I read it. He's kind of the senior Professor of the conservative movement, and we are honored to have this great patriot with us today. Newt Gingrich, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. Thank you for that warm introduction. As long as you say those nice things, I'll always show up. Well, then we have a deal. So I want to talk about your piece. Democrats hold on the black community is ending, this is something that people have been talking about for a couple years. It was a wonderful piece, walk our audience through it. Well, we've been working on a project that Bernie Marcus launched back in 19 18, looking at the question of could you find an American majority that would be large enough and stable enough that you could really get the big things done we need to get this country back on the right road. And because of my background, both working with Ronald Reagan and then with the contract with America in creating the first Republican House majority in 40 years, we had sort of an instinct for how to do this. What's happened, of course, is that Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer mean, let's be fair. They all work together. They've created such a bad performance record at levels people feel. There was a brilliant article the other day by Selena zito, who's one of the great students of American politics. And she said, she was interviewing people in small towns in western Pennsylvania who said to her, look, I can't find baby formula without going to four or 5 stores. And I can't afford the gasoline to go to four or 5 stores. So Joe Biden is hitting me and every possible way. And I think what all that's doing is we have to remember, African Americans are as pocket sensitive as Latinos or Asian Americans or for that matter, caucasians. And they're looking out there that say, it ain't working.

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Who is the Texas school shooter? What we know

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 hrs ago

Who is the Texas school shooter? What we know

"The Texas shooting is the deadliest at an American grade school since the sandy hook massacre nearly ten years ago What are we doing Connecticut senator Chris Murphy went to Congress representing the area rocked by the killings of 26 kids and teachers We have another sandy hook on our hands What are we doing Noting the Senate failed to act then and it keeps happening It is our choice to let it continue So a gutted Murphy made a plea I'm here on this floor to beg to literally get down on my hands and knees and beg my colleagues to find a way forward If they don't Murphy says they're essentially sending what he calls a

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Gunman kills 19 children in Texas school rampage

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 14 hrs ago

Gunman kills 19 children in Texas school rampage

"Hi Mike Gracia reporting a gunman kills at least 19 children at a Texas elementary school It involved a Texas a town of about 16,000 about 75 miles from the border with Mexico a gunman attacked an elementary school Tuesday I keep asking questions it was going on and nobody's telling me anything Ryan Ramirez was one of the dozens of worried parents By night's end authorities said at least 19 children had been killed by an 18 year old gunman two adults also lost their lives as did the gunman who was wearing body armor and had killed his grandmother before launching the attack on the school The attack came just ten days after a deadly racist rampage in Buffalo New York I'm Mike

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Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler voluntarily enters rehab after relapse

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 15 hrs ago

Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler voluntarily enters rehab after relapse

"'cause even when I dream of Steven Tyler his band Aerosmith and their fans will all have to miss their June in July residency dates in Las Vegas the absence will give Tyler a chance to head back to rehab the band's Instagram account notes that Tyler has worked on his sobriety for many years but has had a relapse The statement says it was the pain meds that he was prescribed after recent foot surgery that led to the relapse the band notes that Tyler went into rehab on his own rather than requiring an intervention and in their post Aerosmith says they hoped to resume performing again in September

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Kemp wins Georgia GOP gov's race in stinging rebuke of Trump

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 16 hrs ago

Kemp wins Georgia GOP gov's race in stinging rebuke of Trump

"The Georgia governor's race is a rematch of the close 2018 election between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams Georgia governor Brian Kemp easily defeated former president Donald Trump's handpicked candidate former senator David perdue in the Republican Party primary camp immediately turned his sights on 2018 opponent Democrat Stacey Abrams who ran unopposed in the democratic primary The fight for the soul of our state begins to make sure that Stacey Abrams is not going to be our governor or the next president Abrams narrowly lost to camp in 2018 Four years later I'm going to prove that he was the wrong choice for Georgia Her top issue is to expand Medicaid to all adults She also of supports abortion rights and is opposed to a camp backed law eliminating a concealed weapon permit in public I'm Tim

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Can California Win the Water War?

The Officer Tatum Show

02:48 min | 17 hrs ago

Can California Win the Water War?

"What is the future for Californians? If Gavin Newsom continues the way he's going, these Democrats are still running the government in California. Is there going to be a significant drought in California that the Californians should be worried about or is it the government is incompetent and we will resolve this as a people in California, you know, where do we stand with this? Well, it's hard to know where it's going to go. I mean, what we're doing is we're state officials through inaction are putting us at the mercy of mother nature, right? So we're just so if we get some rainy years, we'll be fine. And if the drought becomes intense and that the state has had droughts and floods and droughts and floods throughout its entire history, when Leland Stanford went to the inaugurated year to take a boat to the capital, there were we've had massive floods before before we damned all the rivers. There were massive flood events and we've always had drought event. Long-standing drought. So it's really just really just largely an infrastructure issue. And we have the state has a $97.5 billion budget surplus, which is that's pretty unbelievable, which certainly just means the government is collecting more money from people. It's taking too much money. But certainly, if you look at this in context, if we used a lot of some of that money towards building some of these infrastructure projects, we could solve it because you saw you store more water in the rainy year. So you have it in the dry years. I mean, there's a reason Southern California gets a third of the states rainfall, and it has, it's a better shape than the Northern California, which gets two thirds, obviously, two thirds of the rainfall, because Southern California, the metropolitan water district and the water district of San Diego have built more storage facilities and they plan to head. Now, there are some things that everyone likes, like Orange County, is the master of water recycling, and that's a good thing. There are a lot of things like that. We can do. I advocate doing all sorts of things. We store more water, build diesel, recycle water, conserve, do everything, but we're losing California has been overdrawing from the Colorado River. So we're having to pull back. So yeah, we're looking at a future of scarcity and if the state that's just going to be higher prices, rationing, it's going to be bad for poor people for everyone. It's going to be bad for business development and fewer people are going to want to come here.

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Understanding the Importants of Taiwan

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 17 hrs ago

Understanding the Importants of Taiwan

"I have a couple of questions for you because I'm not an expert on foreign policy and it's just doesn't sound right when president Joe Biden goes out and says he's going to defend Taiwan militarily. It seems inconsistent with what we would normally do. Obviously we would help fund them and their military action, but I want you to explain it to the audience because is this a bad thing that President Biden said this or is he right on track with his comments? Yeah, it's a great question. And so I was in the military for 25 years. And after that, I've been doing foreign policy national security heritage for almost 20 years. And been all over the world, talk to people all over the world in the Taiwan before. So here's the reality. This is the cold reality. And this is actually been true since the 1950s. Since Dwight Eisenhower was the president of the United States. The reality is the United States would fight to keep China from taking over Taiwan. And here's why. Taiwan is the key island in what's called the first island chain. If the Chinese government controlled everything from Taiwan down to the South China seas, essentially they could deny the United States access to the entire Asian continent.

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Texas School Shooter Kills 14 Children, 1 Teacher

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 18 hrs ago

Texas School Shooter Kills 14 Children, 1 Teacher

"Welcome ladies and gentlemen, you're listening to the officer Tatum show him your hose Brandon Tatum. I have some tragic news. I know that you probably heard about it, but there was a tragic shooting in you of all Texas, 15 dead 14 of them were children shot at a elementary school in a small town called Yuval di population about 15,000 people in 78% population and Hispanic and I saw the picture of the shooter and he looks like he's Hispanic. He looked deranged. He looks like he's a minister of society. How did nobody detect that he was nutty? Is beyond me. On his social media, I Instagram, he posted magazines, he posted rifles, he seems like he was a deranged young man. And before the shooting at the school, at the elementary school, which he did not attend, he was 18 years old, he murdered his grandmother. And after murdering his grandmother, he went to the school and shot as many kids as he could. Right now, it doesn't appear that there's a clear motive other than him being insane. And it's a very tragic situation in my condolences and prayers go out to the families that have lost their loved ones in such a tragic event.

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Caller Talks About Husband Being Elected to School Board

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 18 hrs ago

Caller Talks About Husband Being Elected to School Board

"And I feel like I'm all over the place right now tonight because the other thing is my husband and I'm so proud of him Just got elected last week to the most corrupt school board system Newburgh has been notoriously so he's doing that We're trying to do around a loudoun county It's not exactly in the best Okay so my husband used the right to the times federal record up here And they're so liberal And they stopped taking his writings And my husband's very articulate He's very he's just very smart He's just talked to me so many years ago about stuff that I never wanted to hear about Like I'm young I don't care but then he finally got to me and then so we listen to you all day long Listen to Alex we listen to you We listen to All right where are we going with this Andrew But my point is there's so many things that's wrong And people are saying these people that are doing what they're doing but there's so much services out there Sometimes and like they say the families don't want to talk about it The cops don't want to talk about it Nobody wants to talk about it but this service is out there Why do we have to wait for a massive killing like today Before someone gets help and my agency and it's throughout the state of New York this program But we help people and we give them hope And we're very compassionate and I do And I'm all for all that but we got to protect these schools now

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Nobody Sane Wants to See Little Kids Slaughtered

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 19 hrs ago

Nobody Sane Wants to See Little Kids Slaughtered

"Now I don't know Much about this mass murder We know the previous mass murder was a racist Was indeed a real white supremacist All Americans aren't white supremacists Look at the nation now mourning Black white Brown red yellow whatever Morning what's taking place today Nobody who is sane wants to see little kids slaughtered in their school 7 8 9 year olds Nobody Who's of sound mind That is who's not evil or mentally ill And here's the other thing I should put a footnote on this There are mentally ill people Who are not killers They're mentally ill people who care for one another Who care for the American people and children and parents and all the rest They're the vast majority Of people who need mental healthcare So many of them don't have an evil bone in their body as they struggle along in their life Day in and day out

Ilan Berman: Sanctioned by Russia

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:05 min | 20 hrs ago

Ilan Berman: Sanctioned by Russia

"He's the senior vice president of the American foreign policy council. Ilan bahman, welcome to America first. Oh, thanks for good to be back. So you've changed your bio on Twitter. There's a new line at the end of it. There is. Sanctioned by Russia. The land Berman sanctioned by Russia. There are quite a few of us have been, but I'm jealous now. I would like to be sexy. Okay, guys, put the tweet up on the screen. I received this from Ilan on Saturday. Quote, there's nothing quite like wicking up on a Saturday morning and finding out you've been sanctioned by the Russian government. Quote, I finally made it, guys. Little old Ilhan Berman, what did you do? Well, would you like to take back the Crimea single handedly? What did you do? Well, so as they say in business, you haven't really arrived until somebody sued you. So I feel like in politics, this is sort of a proof of concept that the work that I've been doing for years and you and I have talked about this a lot on Russian politics, Russian demographics, Russian neo imperialism. The right people are taking

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Texas governor: 15 killed in school shooting; gunman dead

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 21 hrs ago

Texas governor: 15 killed in school shooting; gunman dead

"Students and a teacher were killed in the latest school shooting This time in uvalde Texas an active shooter was reported at rob elementary school Texas governor Greg Abbott identified the shooter as 18 year old Salvatore Ramos from uvalde He shot and killed horrifically incomprehensibly 14 students And killed a teacher As for the gunman He himself is deceased And believed that responding officers killed him Abbott says the gunman abandoned a vehicle outside the school and had a handgun and possibly a rifle You valdi is located between San Antonio and the Mexico border I'm Ed

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"a year ago" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

05:01 min | 5 months ago

"a year ago" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"But in a more specific sense, there are some historical parallels to that moment. Last week, the U.S. won an extradition appeal in the UK high court around Julian Assange. The founder of WikiLeaks. There are still more resources for appeal at Assange's disposal, but it's still a big step for the U.S.. There is a lot of contentiousness around what WikiLeaks and bitcoins shared legacy is. Is WikiLeaks a project that almost killed Bitcoin by bringing government heat too early. Or is it a project that showed the importance of permissionless value transfer? Could it possibly be both? Bitcoin core contributor Josie writes, this is terrible news. Whether or not you agree with everything Julian Assange and WikiLeaks have done in the past that should concern you. WikiLeaks is a part of the story of why we need Bitcoin. There's another piece of this as well, which of course goes back to the theories around satoshi's disappearance that had to do with the notion of heat coming from a legal perspective. Last week, Bitcoin lost three core developers. John newbury announced that he was not only leaving Bitcoin core, but also leaving brink, a nonprofit he set up to fund Bitcoin development. He gave no reason just said he was moving on. Samuel Dobson announced he was stepping down as he approached the end of his PhD in Jonah schnell, departed citing stress of legal risks. On top of that Luke dash junior made an appeal for funding, although he didn't go so far as to actually leave the project. And these guys think that the timing is just sort of a coincidence. Dobson writes there are a lot of regular contributors and people are always coming and going. I guess it's just a season for some change. John newbury wrote, I'm overwhelmed by the messages of support and kindness. I'll reply to you all individually, but it'll take me a while. In the meantime, this has nothing to do with mesh colliders departure. This has nothing to do with Craig Wright, scammers, comment or lawsuits. This has nothing to do with funding. I'm more excited about Bitcoin and Bitcoin development than ever. Thank you so much to everyone who has supported me over the last 5 years..

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"a year ago" Discussed on The Cut

The Cut

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"a year ago" Discussed on The Cut

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"a year ago" Discussed on The Natty Bumpercar Bumperpodcast

The Natty Bumpercar Bumperpodcast

03:31 min | 8 months ago

"a year ago" Discussed on The Natty Bumpercar Bumperpodcast

"Worried An hour doing this episode. Maybe next i think next episode. Let's get back to the fun. What do you think of that. I think that would be amazing. I would love that. it's october. it's rock tober. Let's kick out the jams. Let's raise the roof. I mean is this the bumper gus or is this the bumper broadcast. It is the bumper podcast. And you guys are my bumper podcast gasket tears and i want you all to take a minute today. Take a deep brad. Look at the sky right or look at the mirror. Look at yourself and to give yourself a hug because the world is a lot and you need to take care of yourself That's important your important and you need to take care of yourself. Okay and.

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"a year ago" Discussed on The Natty Bumpercar Bumperpodcast

The Natty Bumpercar Bumperpodcast

07:31 min | 8 months ago

"a year ago" Discussed on The Natty Bumpercar Bumperpodcast

"He's crazy old phones now. I think it was. It was his nokia. it was called. It was like a candy bar and it was this little plastic phone and it was Bright yellow and i think the back had fallen off and It was it was. It was great because it just kept going kept doing it but it was it was it was a little bit of a wreck that phone but i think i finally managed to text her. You know like Have friends in truck Base of bridge will wait. We'll we'll find you whatever and it but it was a tense few hours you know. And so we finally found her and then we're all in the truck and we were all starving. 'cause it was later in the day at that point and we ate. I feel like we ate at mcdonalds and it was a weird thing because that's not really someplace we ate but it was it felt very For lack of a better term jingoistic like we. It made us feel like america like. Oh what's happening. We'll eat at mcdonalds. That'll make things. It didn't make it better. But and then You're glued to the television really and trying to take it all in in contacting relatives who aren't in the city and no you are in the city That another mad rush of people calling texting you. Okay is everything. okay. No it's not i As i said i saw i worked at the new york times and i couldn't get into the city that day because they closed off all the bridges and everything the trains and everything shut down But when i finally was i think it was the next day that i was able to get into the city and i was talking to somebody about this recently that i worked something like thirty five straight days like every single day and these are long shifts too because it just the amount of information the amount of images in just everything that were coming through our pipeline to get out to other papers across the world was was massive and I feel like the way i got into the city. If my brain is right is. I rode my bike up over. The queen's was fifty fifty first street bridge fifty four th street fifty seven th street. There's a bridge up there. That i went across the the fifty ninth street. Bridge the queensboro bridge Kind of near long island city kind of over. I don't know. But that's what it is. So i was able to ride across my bike and get to the times building and Basically to stay there and my experience is slightly different from a lot of people. Everyone's experiences different obviously but being in that building and being so tied to the news and all the images that are coming in And many images that couldn't be published or couldn't be send out for print or anything Was intense and it really kind of messed my brain up. Because i'm seeing things that are truly horrific and Then also doing it every single day it meant. You didn't have a second to really kind of take a breath or bounce back or Anything like that and Yeah it was just constantly being exposed to these things Speaking of exposed in this is a really terrible thing In the city and this was for a while there was it it was basically smoke But it felt like near the smog or whatever but it was this pervasive ever-present Just white ish cloudy. I dunno for that. Was there for a while but much worse than that even was The smell the burning You know The electrical burning this the building Burning metal and glass and whatever and it that hung in the air for a long time and It's weird. I think it was like a week or two ago. There was a fire and it was probably like ten miles from my house. Eight ten miles but it was an industrial fire. And it was i was. I was walking to get the kid at school or something like that. And i got hit by this smell and you know they always say that smell is one of the most powerful triggers of memory or whatever but man. That smell hit me. And i was. I was right back and That it was it was. I don't know it's. I don't know how you do but the way i i. I like to experience things sometimes. I'll take a step back. And i'll look at how experienced things and i'll try to figure out how experiencing them and why am experienced human that way and maybe why. My brain is thinking of x. Y. and z. And why banjo loves to bark. Every time i'm doing a podcast like these are just things that i think of. And that's okay But yeah it was twenty years ago and it. It still weighs heavily On my heart and on my mind and Every so often depend. Like you know if i am thinking about something or whatever like i can definitely still i get A little get upset by the whole thing. I've you know as i should Was a terrible day It was a. It was a day that i think a lot of change in the world and not not for the better certainly But that's for another day speaking of another day really quick. I want to address last podcast. I had a song and Some people got very worried about me. They were like are you okay. It sounds very sad. It sounds very ominous and It was not my intention. I was i was kinda trying to. I don't know if you've ever seen willy wonka movie the first of the original one. But there's a there's a scene where wonk is on a boat kind of thing in the chocolate river with all the kids and he singing this song and it also is pretty ominous. Also if i'm if i'm to be honest but dow was kind of like i was trying to try to capture that in a way and i made the song up on the spot so there was no intention analogy behind it. There is no like. I'm gonna sit down and write out this sad. You know skit. Wherever i so i apologize if it if i made any one Upset or.

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"You called me right so eventually. She had enough courage to leave him. she found herself in a shelter kind of pick up her life with her little girl. Unfortunately the only thing she picked up was a nasty drinking habit all right so now she's drunk in a shelter with her daughter puking a bucket collapses on the bed. The little girl has no little toys to play with so she decides. Oh the bucket. I'll put it on my head. I'm going to be an astronaut But instead she actually falls in to the bucket full of vomit and promptly drowns and seen thank you. Oh this little girls only three months old. She didn't know what the hell's going on probably thought. The vomit was gerber baby. Food or something like bananas in mommy's breath So yeah the eighteen year old mom said she left ni- with another resident. She left the baby with another woman stuck in this shelter. Well she looked friendly enough. That susan smith schumer is kind. I don't know why she wanted to borrow my car though. Dun dun dun. She returned to the baby back to her room in threw up in a bucket before falling asleep. She found nyah in the container at around two forty pm. The baby was rushed to mount sinai medical center where she was pronounced dead at four ten. Her body bore no signs of trauma. A woman who answered the phone at the shelter last night declined to comment cops. Were questioning the mother at the twenty fifth precinct but she had not been charged last night. The medical examiner will perform an autopsy to determine the cause of death. Now there was an update to the story. And i believe this woman is not going to be charged with the death of her daughter. There you go baby falls into a vat of vomit second-story we have for you. Today comes out of china. That's right. Chinese surgeons have performed the world's first penis transplant hoping to get a little echo. There let's try it again. Lose the transplant. A little better short.

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"Both the sun show on aren And here's richard. Ad although most experts believe we're decades away from genuine artificial intelligence with feelings of its own. The computer has come a very long way in a very short time. Not that long ago. We were impressed by this sort of thing. The leo ads. do grady. All all your view it will be star larry individual. It will be fifty years since australia's first computer ran. Its first program. That machine was invented by trevor. Pse and was cooled sidetrack professor. Peter thorne from the university of melbourne says it was the product of an extraordinary mind and it was. But now i coming up to the seventieth anniversary that's when in one thousand nine hundred fifty one. A special conference set up to launch computer science in australia. He is called smith with barbara with from the monash university museum of computing history on the significance of that event. So barbara in nineteen fifty one. What did computing look like. They were very few computers as way would regard a computer. Most computers at that time were actually people women who would do calculations with desktop equipment. They were human. Computers were was repetitive table calculations but the first digital computer industry was built and tested successfully in nineteen forty nine so computing was on the way as we would recognize it now so in nineteen fifty one if i went up to someone. And said hey. I'm a computer scientist. They wouldn't have any idea what i meant. Absolutely no idea. They were people who were mathematicians. Physicists and i would be using calculating equipment but they had no idea what a computer was general purpose electronic digital computer with stored programming and in nineteen fifty one seventy years ago when this first conference half it and there were some very early computers that were in use. Give me a sense of what these computers look like. They're big clunky things. Aren't they in the twentieth century during world war two. They were huge machines. They had valves. They took up huge amounts of space and generate a lot of heat and noise. And i were very few of them infecting existence at that time but in nine forty nine the australian. Csiro had built their own computer and it was probably the fossil fifth in the world. What were the big topics. What would proto computer scientists talking about it. This first conference prato computer scientists. This is interesting because they were. Mathematicians are engineers and i had the need to create calculating machines. There was a lot of work in science progress in that town. And the stimulated development of digital computing mathematicians. Were a little bit hesitant. They're were worried about the accuracy of this new machine and would work. And how could you check this. There was definitely a generational change in understanding how to use machines for calculating people at the conference probably had a little bit of an idea. There was sort of sensational articles in the paper of what was happening in the us with embiid cold. Any ac and certainly that we're aware of british developments but in fact when they came to the conference that sydney university in nineteen fifty one hour that to see their own real digital computer inaction sira which was at that time nine cirmac won the big new machine that trip and messed bid had built at the ira and even played music. It was just a stunning display of new technology. And that was the hot topic. What is digital computer. I think the importance of the first conference is really really introduced the concept of digital computing to a much wider audience. And this was a way of telling everyone in australia. Look what we have. We have a computer. This is what it can do and this is the future. I think the conference itself also has started the idea of computer signs as a separate body of sort and work and this was acknowledged the time that they realized that they were starting something really new and they needed to spread the word and so my understanding is at this time. There was still some debate as to whether analogue or digital computers. We're going to be the future. What's the distinction. Between those two different types. The analog computers stores data in a continuous form of physical quantities and performs calculations with the help of measures. So that early just use jesus that would move and then one step would be recorded at a time. It's quite different from the digital computer uses symbolic numbers to represent results. So you get data transferred become binary and then it can work with that. The analog computers during the nineteen forties very useful in working out calculations for wartime efforts and in the digital computers appear and gradually they took over so the digital computers are essentially a bit more easily programmable he could pick different things and faded and i think at the time using paper tapes or punched holes in paper. That's right initially sira the computer that the sro build it use paper tape or punch cards during its life. One of the terms in computing is to say that a digital computer is a general purpose machine and that is that you can put a programming. At this time they used to sequence of halls. that machine could read and turn those into numbers and then it would process and then it would print out that paper tape result and could be transferred into a printout on a piece of paper so the cards were an integral part of entering the data and programming. And so what. Were the other big topics at this conference with computer scientists was sort of staking out the territory and australia. One of the things is that you get to tell them what the words meant. What is an instruction. What is the program what he's store in memory. In a computer the whole terminology of computing was still in its infancy and i had to learn the definitions behold of new words and then they had to explain how programming work and people would in questioning. How did this machine complete a mathematical calculation and it was quite a technical conference in the people. There understood maths and they there to learn how these machines will go to help them. Some were representatives from different departments and governments who needed statistical information processing systems. They were engineers that came from the snowy mountains. Hydro electric authority. And i knew that the work required for the engineering calculations was massive and computing. Was going to be the answer but they were very very few women at the conference probably sixteen women with their manly from the sro and probably worked as female computers already. There were mathematically trained women who were working in the field and what about the scientists who were there at that conference. Did they have any sense of where computers might take us. They had an idea that this was going to be different in nineteen forty eight trevor. Pse even suggested we could have an encyclopedia on the computer sent through the phone system to you at home so you can get an answer rather than having to look in a big book. You could ask the computer and really not in forty. That was pretty good. Idea of what might happen lighter on the idea that we could store information and share it to such an extent with a really big idea. And what about the general public or journalists watching from the sidelines. What did they think of this. Conference and computing well. Competing at the time was a mystery to the general public and journalists. Used great phrases like the conference was advertised as wonder radio brain in show and that was what the emphasis of the conference in the newspaper was. They had a wonder. Brian and people didn't really quite understand. I mean the fact that. I put radio in the middle. You know..

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"The mind this out from the party in some ways because they can do things with abode without have the breath. So that's how i think and so it's have been confirmed so much that was talking about here it is true it is. I am not of who to make another different belief system. I'm here for to heal the churches that risk. They can heal the mormon church. Have many people around the world that have should make you very big differs. If it could happen. I don't know s i have no control over what's going on and the paper should not judge me to go into the mormon church and be a member of the mormon church. It's i do. What god he's telling me to do a nigga. It's if it's a way to he the world by going into the mormon church and talk to those leaders that i don i talk to the leaders over the malone show ch- when i was in salt lake city and but i don't know if they understood what was going on because they the they are more though the beast by not seeing women as coming from god is so many that say that a woman can't hear from god and that's not true with that's live from the devil and I don't believe in double. But i know he exists as i have seen him being confronted with him manned almost speaking of him. I don't believe in him. But i know his exist but i believe in god and he exist. So thank you for i. I the spirits coming through. I can't ended it nal because would going to take with me. My my surf played them. Place me to a better place for for the spirit to cover was sitting on my computer. My laptop read about the facebook. Thanks so now. I am back to mostly are recording. Where i'm recording my focused. So i was say what's going on and you know it's always say in the most of the time in the end of my recording of the poll the cast of varies spirits coming through. But you i told you that From the beginning it was spirit here and the it so it of course i should understand date that it's warsaw woman. That should come to. Because i'm talking about way. So she was from. This thought she and they you know what's going on on our from now They know they know that order our life the whole life so that's was easy for her to know that dan should talk about women in the church associates coming forward in the..

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"That's what they say in the show which i don't say it don't say it but it can have happened so that they didn't like that he also smith started to make women be equal with the men in the church that women have more power. That's was on. Its way when he was killed and now and then when another man took over the show which he stop women to come forward and that's what god won't them to see in me that i have. I have the healing power. An i have done healing inside the church without. They know that. I have done it but there have been people that asked me for. He and i have the heat them with that. Nha of healing that. I got when i was two to three years old. When i died and god he let me when i was dead and that energy that healing and the that i got when i was the shine that i can use for healing people so i have dumb healing menomonie types and in on there is healing in the many more than only healing for diseases. The body healing. It's stereotypes other sorts healing. That i have done and the it's many things that comfort comfort people and and the that's when i don't touch mentor People about when they are coming to me and ask for healing for the mental sick children for example than is. Tell them that. I don't lay hamdan mental sick people. But i can lay hand on the hugh and make a healing for you to understand your child better to hear what the child is say and to come up to you and that my lay hand on them and hold on mental sick so there is so much other healings ways but people think that this that healing is only about the body that decent and of course the mind is a part of the body but a talk like.

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"That other church doesn't have so they are the the most right but they are not right and they going into into the wrong direction. And that's why god wants me to work on them. But it's so very hard. As i am a woman and a special mormon church doesn't won't have any and the women be involved in in their belief system in believing and they don't want women to talk like hearing from god. And when i say something diehard from those leaders in the church they say you should not talk about it because that's your personal testimony for yourself and not for other people to here so they stop the though stinks if a woman ten. Am that they hear from god. Tell them to. That's on before you and not for other people to now as so they They stopped women to go forward in that church. They have some symbolic power. A women have symbolic power in mormon church so they say that Those women women are equal in the in the mormon church but they are not the his far from it and the in the in the usa smith stays. I will seem the pioneers museum and read what it was saying in those things they had to show. And i saw that the the mormon church in joseph smith's time they lay ham and healing people in the church that women and today it's only it's only man that can lay hand the he'll people so that women have been taken away from what you say smith say and did and he was on his way to make more power to women when he was killed. Some mormons save layouts was killed if from the inside but they use they pay people to to Kill you'll smith but it was other people that have paid for it..

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"I have been a big senior in my life. But now i'm not trying to to be as clean as i can from everything of the world but before i was big similar and it's not that god is looking for for a clear vessel to to take us Has his child. He creating in in las cleanness. He said he doesn't matter. If it's not the stop born person. Those those bonuses people are mostly from from church they have raised up with the shot and have got like a brainwash they have got the mark of the beast thinking that in another way he's not only christian like believing jesus god but also other belief system in in this world that had goal wrong many have all the belief system have things that is right but many things is not right in those religious system. But you can. Yeah i can always pick up something. That is right in what they are saying what they believing but they are not a hundred percent right and the the mormon church is not dry dialer hundred percent and that i know that's why i am in that church four to help them to do the right thing because now they are going in the wrong direction because that result much about jesus that we should believe in jesus as god and they say the president is saying that these was god of israel and i. It's so wrong so they start to be be poison that the mormon church also but i say that about believe. I say that the moon won't church is the the belief system that church is the most the right that have so much things that i know from god..

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"Written up and they have done d. n. a. tests they also then as so that the connection was to my grandfather but the other way so there was Showing up the whole time and the research on that short name that man that showing up in those other trees down the is to my surprise are so that might my grand grand great grandmother. She had been married to this man. She had been married three times and that man she married was the father of own my grandfather and then they started everything it was royal and nobles in he was a noble manned they that was the father of my grandfather and everything started to show up and always sit. The whole branch sheets is going down to jesus and the mormon church believe that jesus was married to one of these Frank tribe the tribe. A princess of these frac that this. What is the name of the france. It's coming from that kind of people. They were down in palestine and they were in the eastern and the because they order follow the roman catholic church and and that one process she was married to jesus married to jesus not christ jesus and she and there you have one shot in together and i feel like it's very strange. If uses have not been married at in his thirties. That was in old age in that time. And that he he say that to the people he's his disciple say to decide from cases. I say don't say i'm good. You tell me that i'm good but i am not good. Only the father is good. His i his father is god. It's not him the discount. And that's what is saying. He did most everything that what we other have dumb..

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"And they just say that yes will help you say and i didn't know what it was but when i come up to the center of a family search there was a man that coming that should help me on the computer and his name was the f. and eight have not been south things special if it walsum that jeff will sit with me and we look kim into i. Have names of mike graham mothering. Those of forest on sisters related to me in in the short time period and the his. So that my grandfather And i don't know i. He must have had someone with him from have a that that make him do what he did because he he look at my graham father and his so he pointed out on on the computer and he showed me that my grandfather he was coming with his mother to a to a man that his mother married and Everyone was thinking that was his father. And if you say that the he was adopted of this man he that's not his real father he said to me and then And then he saw only say to me that. I'm going into the arcade and give you some books. He said and then they go in into the arcade and he come out with too big books and when i open the books that was the short name most everyone that i have got in my dna test that they have some to me. Those names the i was had the d. a. night together with and the it was royal and noble other. Addy them through really knew what i was looking at. Because i have not had more than i am. I have seen those names. But i am not done. The research on those names. But when i come back to sweden i am research on my brand new father if i could find his real father and it's a i could do it because able will get many shorten names that.

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"Time and it doesn't matter as long as we still are here on this planet that God can take his time and he he use the time and he but in heaven there is no time but here on earth god is time to for a long time. I had like bush is flying around in front of my eyes. They was in all direction flying around in my bedroom. When i was away as say that with a big let us i was awake. People own the whole time telling me that. I'm dreaming but i get bisham and i am awake when i get. I was awake in my bed before i was so awake. So as set me up in the bed when the be real awake they was gone. It is when i am in total relaxed mood. I get these messages. I get it very much. Because i never get in the night mars and more so when i wake up i often are singing and laughing and that was for savages ago. No i don't need to be in this tutor relaxing mode. Because i am in relaxing mood. Most of the time and three now for some days ago did i wake up and trees to steal. So i could see was like knots on them so it was on a way to growing out tweaks from the branches. Maybe we grow out something from the notes and they pab down that and a four these night waking up at night so this picture the three with a map behind it and so very clear for me today what what the definition was about because the then when was in jerusalem. Hoda voice telling me that that should mighty name will not did my diem a i. The voice say at the should enter into the mormon church because they have the best researcher on out on sisters..

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"That tree and the and i wrote this thanks. I go to read guy wrote. I thought it was over with a tree but they come back again. These night as it started with i so one branch and i thought it was a sign of jesus with his Or the had owner on a dove had the torn over the crown of tone. But it wasn't. But i i. I didn't know what i so so it started with one branch in the night showing me and then it started with more branches together so i wrote this. I thought this it was over with a tree but it come to me again this night this time did. I had a piece of map behind it. The map covered the whole backside. What does it means. I could not read where i was from. No city nothing to take from. The map had no big cities or much or much. Sure odes but it had a frame in it like it means a special place and not whatever plays hope by will be showed where these places are from god and it will mo and i will move there if it is a sick so really psyche called psychic call place that exists for real or anisette a symbol for something. I didn't know this is how god are many types. He gave me like rebus some times. Everything is wants but also like this piece by piece. How many pieces have these ripples. This piece these pieces have got so far. One is started that a so a branch of a tree coming out from my more wall at the side of my bed. i thought it was a part of jesus crown. this was for eighteen months ago. That what right for seven yes ago so it started about nine years ago so he doesn't come very quick everything.

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"Stop and not a no king and search for god they accept jesus as god and then they don't go forward that's means that they be killed in the spirit because the church doesn't want them to move forward. They only stop in the gate where jesus standing but there is another fold there is another folded is two fold like they said the book of life and the book of death is to books in heaven and it's two folds in heaven and the first fold is jesus fold and the other door to nixed. Fold is closed for those people that them at the preachers in the church. That these from the devil and the devil have work since day one to go into to be the flock leader and he of course does doesn't want to be a leader of the the biggest the most important fold he won't or people to in fold one. Stop it to go forward to fold to where they come to know. God the real god that created everything held he had created. Jesus also here created the darrell. Also for to test test before or llc. Have not been and that thing that he can. God can see if There is people that follow him. That do what god wants us to do. A if it was not the devil he is a tool for god because the that will make the test and if they don't if they follow him them they are out for to be in the city. They can some people our nice even if they are full of the devil and they can be out in the meadow around a city but the those people in the folder the little flock that follow god that to god they they are in the city in have they are in the new euro salem in the city but those other people that have working good work but they have not called they have no going into that gate for the second fold. They never be in the city they they can play around like small shield run like the by beliefs saying they the dad they know. Don't know anything and those that these in the meadow they don't know anything they are like. Oh she had run they. They don't need to know when they only know how to play jumping around them. Playing in kidding leo. Make jokes to each other and like this light thinks but those in the seat the thus the people that have search for god have over the being truly in their heart mccain for god so today it come up these memories and it was for seven years ago and it's a seven is holy number. I feel the spirit of someone here with me now because what. I'm talking about what i will talking about And i had. There is a picture and it's a like a tree with many branches. It was a so it. In addition that The tree was in the special area on the map..

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"I have taken rest for some days from recording my podcast. The yesterday its hep is something that i wanted to talk about with you. And the the risks Confirming about that those sisters that we have our level on some those is connected with us in some way at they they leave behind the the way land the try to take contact with us but the often is it a lot. The church people a church leader. Stoltze that take care of the beliefs and tell us what they want us to believe or they what they want us to not believe and what is deemed months. And what is good and you know. We live in the last days and those things that have been talking about. Being good is start to be bad and the bad things started to be good so it has changed two thousand fifteen. Was it when it started to change much in in the world. We can see and i get people that say i have contact with delmonico's. Thanks because they don't know and they talk from the devil because they they are. She'll run from the devil and the devil is not scare the ballot the church the he can stand in the pool pit and the teaching in the church. In that way he want us to believe. So that's what. I am not in in and the religion. I only know that god exists them. I'm i'm gonna work lena. When i started the in this stu place in noblest she inside me but the the sad thing is that. I don't get so much people believe in what i say. Because there is so much whispering in years that these demonic that.

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