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   "Audience of One" Milt Abel Bonus Show #18  - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:06 min | 8 months ago

"Audience of One" Milt Abel Bonus Show #18 - burst 1

"I was playing my cat. No and i let me start this for saying i was meeting. I know i was right. So let's don't more than. I've already judged what i'm saying is we're praying and My cat kind of i. It scratched me. So i i let it know that. I didn't want that to happen. So i gave him a little not cut off. They're just enough. You know to get it to try and bite my thumb which pissed me off for more and so i said okay you wanna rock and all that you know. They wouldn't gotta towel now. This is i. i don't know what i guess. I was upset about driving early in the day. I rolled up the tower. And i snapped up. No and Yeah it was this version. i realized. Now here's the same as as a human being being topped by a camping tent. It's about about and you know. I'm gonna can't understand what lots of charts and diagrams. I'm sure that they were saying. Then you start choking you know So it's years went back. You know and i think when one year goes back i think they're confused and they're just going to catch us when you're right. Yeah

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"abel" Discussed on Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"abel" Discussed on Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

"Which is institutionalized coercion institutionalized force. Is the problem in. The world and government is a bed by the average person. I don't care if that person is a conservative or libertarian They probably believe in democracy today democracies kind of the reigning god in the world and it can do no wrong so all these people go out and vote and vote for the kind of people that run for office. So actually i. it's like. I don't believe in voting because it's when you vote even if you're voting against the lesser of two leibels unless the raider running against a greater able you're left with the lesser of two abel's and the lesser of two evils is still evil. I think the best way to solve this problem is to Not participate. I mean suppose. They gave a war and nobody. Nobody came suppose they gave a tax and nobody paying supposedly gave an election and nobody voted That would be the best way to disenfranchise the state. Is it realistic on my part. Well i don't know. I'm.

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"abel" Discussed on First Encounter

First Encounter

04:26 min | 9 months ago

"abel" Discussed on First Encounter

"I don't know much but here's a whole novel. This is kind of a creepy house. There's like lloc abel's this house used to be the hideout for ganger thieves. What was their leader's name. Oh yeah his name was blind and he hated right light a lot. That's why there's just tiny windows i guess. Yeah i know right. Do you think he was named blind and then hated light or hated light and it was named line so now we're in a basement and we have a bunch of treasure chest here and it looks like it's almost like a mini mini puzzle to try and figure out like how to get to them on. You're just going for it with zero. Game plan is correct. I'm going forward with zero game plan like my life baby out twenty roofs twenty more groups and that's all you can get sure. Yeah you push them around the wrong way and so you exit and then you come back so that they can reset and you can try again. Who do you think just reset them for me. And they're not reset. You only get one shot at this puzzle. They are reset. I guess. I'll just edit that out. You were so excited if feel like for me to be wrong was i was because you were just being reckless. And your your recklessness Was not punished. It was rewarded rewarded. Hey sometimes when you're a hero your recklessness needs to be rewarded one so there's one out of four that he hasn't gotten yet what was that. What was that that was. That was the same thing that he did the last time. And it didn't work figuring out. These puzzles is a part of the game that i just love and it was not part of adventure of link. Yeah that's true so you're going to want to enter from the middle. Looks like it. Yeah.

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"abel" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"abel" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"Brenton. I'm scott hanson able wang. How are you sure. Hey how's it going doing well. So everyone's had a rough year every time a rough couple of years. Last fifteen months is kind of sucked. But it's kinda sucked more for you. Talked me about your last couple years here so about three years ago. I got diagnosed with colorectal cancer. Which was kind of a buzzkill but it was kind of funny too. Because when i got diagnosed i had zero dot. I was going to beat it. i do. They're like no no doubt in my mind. I was just like yeah. Give me the chemo. Treatments is and we did that. So we did that for about a year year and a half and cancer free. And so i thought i was home free and i knew eventually cancer probably would come back but i figured i had like a good ten fifteen years before i'd have to worry about that so I just kept on living right at jump back into work and i was doing all my stuff having a great time. And that's when the pandemic hit so. I was scheduled to have like scans every six months or so to right before the pandemic i had all my scans. Everything looked green. Everything look good. I was like of course it looks good and pandemic hit. Were all quarantined. Right in freaking out about covid and all that in sometime around december ish time knows a little bit before that november timeframe. I started to realize that i was feeling horrible. Right my stomach was being weird and just it was. It was just a horrible awful feeling. I was getting super tired really quickly. And i just chalked it up to some of the surgery that i had done right. I try to reverse austin bay and all that good stuff and so i was like okay. I bet they just need to fix them staff. It'll be fine. So i just kind of ignored it and kept on working so one of the things that i do is i bury myself in my work life because work is easy. And it's incredibly fun for me and i know it's not mutually fun for most people are a lot of people but i love it. I love what i do so to me. It's a great escape right. So i burnt myself my work and i just kept on plant away until i guess this would be a right around the march timeframe i was like what it got to a point where i couldn't even sustain like a full day of work. I couldn't even sustained like the couple of hours..

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Mike Provance: Wine Business Talk With Colangelo & Partners

Italian Wine Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Mike Provance: Wine Business Talk With Colangelo & Partners

"We're going to take a step down in the tier and talk about how to reach the consumer on how the combination of strategic targeted marketing n. Retail data can come together to allow retailers and brands to reach new customers so to kick things off. Tell us a little bit more about three by three. In how abel's wineries n retails to you sales data for marketing decisions. As you mentioned our business focuses on hyper targeting which means we're interested in how to reach consumers locally near the stores where they shop and help them find the right products to do that so we use our data sales data coming from the stores. We have collected through our network to build profiles of the shoppers. In that comes both from flavor profiling point of view of the products that are selling the baskets that are are being bought and the shoppers themselves and understanding believe sows the occasions. The things that motivate their shopping bidders got so can you take those two things together in order to allow wider retailers to more specifically target their marketing strategies to their end consumers. Louis both of those data sets Enable us to build or to triangulate in on. Who are the right. Shoppers for particular bottle of wine or particular spirit Particular particular products that the retailer wants to sell. We use that in couple that with a digital marketing strategy. Let's build the right audience. Target bed audience locally around the retailer and send them to the store so that we're getting foot traffic in the store. Getting traffic to the stores website getting stood traffic to to the brand's website to create that opportunity to shop.

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Greg Abel to Succeed Warren Buffett When Berkshire Hathaway CEO Retires

America First

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Greg Abel to Succeed Warren Buffett When Berkshire Hathaway CEO Retires

"Has some big shoes to fill. The Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman will succeed billionaire Warren Buffett as CEO. Buffet confirmed the succession plan to CNBC after Berkshire's Charlie Munger spilled the beans during the company's annual meeting over the weekend. 90 year old buff, it says while he has no plans to retire, if anything happened to him, Abel would be the one to take the top post that

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Meet Ford's new pursuit-rated F-150 pickup for police

Guy Gordon

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Meet Ford's new pursuit-rated F-150 pickup for police

"Ford unveiled a new F 1 50 police responders, the only pursued pickup truck available. In addition to a top speed of 120 miles an hour, the new F 1 50 pursuit pickup. Can I let a crime scene without fear of a criminal driving it away? Greg Abel is the Ford brand manager and calls it police engine idle, and this allows officers to remove the Keith May ignition, exit the vehicle securely in a locket but still allow the vehicle to remain running the power lights. Radios. I'm weird equipment. Some of that stuff that you know officers need if they're on the scene of a crime. It also has an optional 360 degree camera package that provides a bird's eye view all the way around the police. Respond er.

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Bolivia's ex-interim leader arrested

WBEZ Chicago Programming

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivia's ex-interim leader arrested

"Arrested the former interim president Janina and yes, who's been charged with sedition and conspiracy. Prosecutors accused her and a number of former ministers of helping the military and 2019 You asked from power Bolivia's left wing leader Abel Morales, he fled the country amid violent protests after losing the backing of the army over his controversial re election to 1/4 term in office. But since then his mass Socialist party has been reelected. Lasagnas, who denies any conspiracy, said political persecution had begun.

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Maryland COVID reopening: State to lift limits at restaurants, stores; large venues to allow 50% capacity

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Maryland COVID reopening: State to lift limits at restaurants, stores; large venues to allow 50% capacity

"Pre pandemic Normal Today, Many of the restrictions throughout the state are about to be loosened capacity limits and most gyms, churches, businesses and restaurants will start to ease up in five PM the restaurant's still need to have 10. Abel's distanced out six FT. Apart in Prince George's county hit the hardest in the state. All that I just mentioned will still be capped at 15% capacity in Frederick County gyms and those sorts of facilities air. Still, captain 25% limits on gatherings very more broadly in some parts of the state. They've been lifted entirely. But indoor gathering limits or his lowest 10 in an Iran will county to 20 and 25 in Prince George's and Frederick counties. Outdoor limits are higher. John Doman

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Seattle area's Dr. Jeff Duchin provides updates on trends in COVID-19 cases, vaccinations

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Seattle area's Dr. Jeff Duchin provides updates on trends in COVID-19 cases, vaccinations

"Says it has reached its goal of vaccinating 45,000 people a day against Cove it. The bigger question, though, is Can we keep it going? Although we're making progress, we still have a ways to go. Dr. Jeff Duchin with public health Seattle in King County, said during his media briefing on Friday that despite the progress we've made There's still that shortfall in supply. We have almost 400 providers in rolled with the state to provide vaccine here in King County, but only 24 were Abel's received doses for prime doses their first doses for new patients this week while it's help that the state received nearly 61,000 Johnson and Johnson doses You won't be able to get any more from the feds for another few weeks. Despite all these challenges, we continue to see progress like this weekend at Evergreen Middle School in Everett were over 600 Every public school staff members were able to get the Johnson and Johnson vaccine vaccination is a critical tool that we need to help bring the covert 19 pandemic to an end. In total, the state's been able to administer Nearly 80% of the doses they've received from the federal government. Make

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One Family Once More

The Bible Project

04:27 min | 1 year ago

One Family Once More

"A beautiful theme in that this idea of every human represented in all these different nations tribes and tongues are part of the image of god. Yeah we're all in the family of god. But if someone say john put together some thoughts on the family of god the thing i would immediately be thinking about is the very select few i see. Yeah get to be in the family of god and not starting with the sense of. Hey look gods. God's desires for every every nation. Yeah yeah so the biblical story begins with this. Really expanded unified. View of the human family scott's image when that fractures laser focus in on one particular family. And you think Oh god favors just one family just like god favored one brother abel instead of kane. Then you know. God comes and address kane kane. It's not over between you and me. Thank you know you're struggling here but let's pass this and things will go great. There will be good. That's what he says. There will be good if you do. What is right you do. Yeah if you do good there will be exaltation for you to kane and so there's a similar dynamic at work. The family of abraham is chosen not just to go to heaven when they die with their chosen is the vehicle. Got the blessing to all of the other non chosen families and then they do a worse or better job from generation to generation at that. What you also see is that the chosen family is not morally superior in any way to the non chosen and the flip side that it's often among the non chosen families that god raises up heroes and deliverers for the chosen family. So it really messes with your sense of is a story with good people and bad people and emphatically no. It's a story about humans. Yeah but that doesn't erase the faculty. God does choose one and commit himself to working through that one family even though they don't deserve it and even though there's a lot better people outside that family. Yeah it's really. It's an amazing story in from that perspective isn't it. I think another thing that has surprised me a little bit you know. I grew up with the bible. And so i grew up understanding this idea of every tongue tribe nation especially from joko culture. Sure where you know going out like it's missionary. Yeah right and and and making sure that everyone from all these different nations can hear about jesus but for me. I think i just thought of it is just like this. It's some sort of finish line where jesus can come back. And everything can be restored. And he'll do that. Yeah but he'll bring unity to the nation and and so what didn't click was the unity between the nations like the that the reason why every nation needs to be included is four unity. It was just some other arbitrary. Finish line think of interest. Then we get there then. Jeez come back and everything be good and and maybe it was like so everyone has a chance or something like that but but this idea of the unity of the nation's being so important yes so this idea of unity amongst the nation. Yeah being so important to the bible and even and we end there in in the revelation. Yeah and as we're going to see today. We're going to hang out in paul's letters a little bit more for paul. It's not just This is the implication or a consequence that follows from what jesus did. It's actually basic to the message of the gospel for paul this unity of humans across these boundary lines outside the community. Jesus there's all these boundary lines. He's going to name some gender ethnicity. Your national identity your socioeconomic identity and most communities are stratified and divide it up along those lines and for paul. It's basic not just. It's not just a consequence of of the good news about jesus those bound reliance should be transcended for him. It's it's basic to the message. The message doesn't mean what it means if there isn't a community of people doing this alongside their message of the gospel and what is the gospel. It's the jesus is the crucified risen king of all nations and if his people are divided as everywhere else then. They're not actually demonstrating their allegiance to universal king. I think that's why pockets so riled up when these issues are on the line

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"abel" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"abel" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"That being said maybe three for five months and things not as much on the six punch stops sidestepping if they initially not so much that it would cause time enough for me to take notice and of course since you went you invested their this saying okay. The numbers out you save at the numbers will actually be able to famous thought. Not once people see the value in once we are able to unlock value. People dislike so that happens on the seven on the eighth month stop starts dippy more and more more and more. I start to notice this. Abel's managing their funds are starting to notice another nine months by answer starting to call. Because the funding's weighed so well-trained suddenly stopped doing so well anymore. And if you look at it because he analyze what's being done because everything.

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Wrapping up Genesis 1-11

Knowing Faith

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Wrapping up Genesis 1-11

"Today we're recapping genesis one through eleven. So let's just start with this. Let's it'd be good you just kind of a very high level recap and summary Jt how does the story of genesis start off. Give us the first couple of chapters in the beginning. God creates heaven and the earth. So we see this god who Implicit in this story has existed. Always he is eternal he is all powerful and just by the word of his power. He speaks creation into existence. Anything that we would see. Physical and spiritual is created by god. We we walk through. How he he then forms and then he fills and how these creating this world and he's calling good this world is is is made for To to to demonstrate his goodness and beauty. the pinnacle of this creation is image bearers genesis. One twenty six one twenty six to twenty eight talks. About how adam. Adam or humanity both adam and eve are created to represent and reflect the goodness and beauty of god to all of his creation that he has just made because he says it's very good. Yeah but instead of reflecting guide they choose to rebel against god Trying to subvert his word in his authority by inverting the created order. They listen to the voice of the serpent. They eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. They end up naked in a shame. They have not just eating the wrong fruit from the wrong tree. But they rebelled against the lord who created them and holds the whole earth together and in doing so they find themselves alienated from alias. A true knowledge of self alienated from one another and alienated from the natural order. And we hear that they're going to be consequences because of this rebellion but there is also hope In the light of this rebellion. That god is going to send one through the seed of the woman who would crush the head of the seed of the serpent and we end that fall account with that story of rebellion with a just a glimmer of hope. That eve is the mother of all living. And that god has covered then in a covered their nakedness and their shame But yet things continue to spiral out with the story of cain and abel where the sons of adam and eve cain and abel cain kills abel and there is an increased exile meaning kanus scattered. And he's supposed to live scattered and live in exile really as the consequence of his sinful rebellion the world continues to just become increasingly wicked increasingly evil which brings us the story of noah. Yeah so we're giving to genealogies. Show us that there's this unrighteous line and then there is this righteous line We're told that people begin to call on the lord as things get darker and then we find ourselves face to face with noah who is a man of righteousness in a time of great darkness The most famous boat and all of history at the command of the lord and he and eight family members are brought through a d. creation And a recreation narrative they're carried through the waters of death to life on the other side thus setting up one of biggest themes that we see in scripture And then on the other side of it we find that while judgment has been meted out on the human race. Unfortunately the sin problem lives within humans and has been carried in the heart of noah and in the hearts of his family and so We're we received the even in these early chapters that A great deliver will still be needed. One who is not Carrying sin in his inward being Most moses gives us the picture of noah falling into sin he then gives us the implications of this in a way that is telling his original audience. This is why you are going to meet these great enemies as you enter the land of canaan. so it's a story for them and for them but it's also a story for us in for now as we evaluate our great enemies the world the flesh and the devil and how they'd be set us every day Were then issued from that story of noah and the flood into The table of nations. Everyone's most riveting and favorite passage in scripture Which is showing us what happens. Actually after the tower of babel how humankind is spread across the face of the earth and And is now speaking in many different languages as we see At the tower of babel god frustrating their efforts to be city builders on their own terms. God will have a city built. He will have. It built according to his terms and no matter what opposition is set up by humankind seeking to do now in In in congress or with one another what was first done in the garden. He will reign and rule supreme

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"abel" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"abel" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Don't handle here. This is handle on law. Marginal legal advice, able Oh, able. How you guys? Yes, sir. What can I do for you? Well, uh, first, I want to say thank you so much for for the service. You've been to the community, um, on behalf of You know a lot of people. I'm pretty sure. All right. Abel. Abel. Abel, you could stop right there. Okay, hang on a minute. Before we get into your phone call. Uh, Misty. Just wanna let you know this is our screener. Misty. The next person you put on that sucks up to me like April we hang up on Please, Abel, let's go ahead. What can I do for you? Yes. Okay, So the reason I'm calling earth I'm trying to find a way to send a message of, you know of what ever happened to me. That doesn't happen to anybody else. Um, that's looking at this company. I was working in this company and Irvine. Um and I allowed to say names so that I wouldn't I wouldn't. Because neither What? I don't want to get sued, do you? Not tonight. Okay. Good. No names. I work for this. I work for this, Uh, pharmaceutical company in Irvine. Right? And I was working for almost half a year. Then then, then this owner of this other company reached reaches out to me because I guess he found my rest Make And they're thrilled toe cut for me to go to their company and actually sit down with them and see if they can if I can work for them, Okay, Why go to Corona? Tow this company that deals or court or bills, a C metal company that builds Shelters for for the whole, like all the cities along the country, OK, amazing place, right? Yeah. All right. I got there. I get I get the job. The manager job. Right. And the pan managers like this is what we're gonna do. We're gonna go ahead and and and don't tell anybody. You're the boss know them who they are, how they work. On do figure out. You know how you can. How you okay? This is Wednesday. This is the first wait a SEC First company. Asked you to go to the second company. And don't tell anybody. You the manager. I'm a little confused, or is it the company that hired you? Don't tell anybody. You're a manager here. Okay, so I was working in urban. All right. Hang on. You know what? This gonna wait too long You able, you know, I'm not gonna spend eight minutes on this. All right? You get hired by another company. All right. Real quick and simple, Eh? So I'm working in Irvine. I leave that job to go to Corona. I get hired. Okay. This company hires me to be.

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"abel" Discussed on The Up and Comers Show

The Up and Comers Show

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"abel" Discussed on The Up and Comers Show

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Washington DC Environmental Film Festival presents virtual fall showcase

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC Environmental Film Festival presents virtual fall showcase

"Well, the DC environmental film fest had to scrap its in Person festival in the spring. So it's presenting a virtual fall showcase. It's from November 12 through the 18th. We like to showcase the art of filmmaking. The other side of it, too, is we like to use these films as springboards for additional conversation about the important issues Programming director Brad for Order is excited to show entangled by David Abel. David brings a journalistic approach to all of his projects. He's a Pulitzer Prize winner for the Boston Low, But this particular film focuses on conservation efforts for the North Atlantic right Whale and the short documentary Union Town. By Frazier Jones. It's following grassroots organizers in union found Alabama fighting industrial polluters there, and Fraser does a great job of telling that story in a short period of time.

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Fraternal Twins Murder Case: Echos of Cain & Able

Radio Free Flint

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Fraternal Twins Murder Case: Echos of Cain & Able

"David melfi was a troubled young man who took an active role in the killing of his attorney brother and leaving him to die in his own. Blood michael melfi is twin was found in the basement of the family home in a pool of blood. David was charged and convicted first degree murder in march nineteen ninety five and the connection with the slaying of his brother. Michael david melfi found himself in an unusual role. He was both relatives of the victim. And the convicted killer. David malthus attorney neal's aibo told the genesee county jury. The david malfa horrible terrible judgment but he denied his client. David melfi killed his brother. Michael yet there was no evidence that david tried to help his brother. Michael who was stabbed forty five times. The jury heard the claim. The david malki was guilty of no more than being an accessory after the fact to a murder because he was not directly involved in the killing mel fees trial attorney cast doubt on an alleged accomplice in the brutal murder. His name was patrick again. Kenny who accepted a plea bargain and testified against mouthy at the jury trial in flint michigan. Can he plead to a second degree murder charge. He testified under oath that he and david melfi plan to kill michael melfi and other family members if necessary so they could take their family van and fleet of florida or texas kimmy told flint please detectors that michael malki was lured into the basement where he kenny tried to slid michael malfeasance throat but was unable to win. Michael began to fight back kenny. Then call david melfi to the basement to help him during the struggle. Patrick kennedy testified that the brother david melfi provided a knife and how down his twin brother as ken. Kenny stabbed him repeatedly. Forty five times in all it's a useful exercise to look back at the book of genesis chapter four and the new international version of the bible now able kept flocks and cain worked in the soil. And of course at time cain brought some of the fruits of the soil as an offering to the lord enable also brought an offering fat portions from some of the first born of his. The lord looked with favor unable and is offering but kane but on cain and his offerings in not look with favor so cain was very angry and his face was downcast. Then the lord said to cain. Why are you angry. Why is your face. John kass do what is right. You will not be accepted but if you do do not do. it's right. Sin is crouching at your door. It desires to have you but you must rule over it. Now cain said to his brother abel. Let's go out to the field while they were there in the field kane attacked his brother abel and killed them then the lord said to cain. Where's your brother able. I don't know he replied. And my brother's keeper the lord said what have you done. Listen your brother's blood. Cries out to me from the ground. It is downright spooky that the story of david and michael melfi is nearly identical to the first recorded murder found in the bible like cain. David melfi was jealous of his twin brother who had animosity towards his parents also like kane confronted by his father. Adam about the killing of his brother kane told his dad adam that his brother abel laid on the ground with many wounds kane told his father he was not sure that he inflicted any of wounds especially fatal ones simple terms. Cain denied the obvious and he refused to accept responsibility for the death of his brother abel. This was not just to his father but to god who confronted him and punished him with isolation unfathomable to me donder. Stand that high school. Kids could demonstrate such talapity this new age case of cain and abel still shocks me today

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#2 "What is Torah?" with Traci Rhoades - burst 03

Two Christians and a Jew

05:11 min | 1 year ago

#2 "What is Torah?" with Traci Rhoades - burst 03

"Because I'm speaking broadly of the culture around Israel of which, you know Israel to some extent as a part, but I wanted to share and read a little bit of that prayer to you and then highlight just a couple of things so I'm not going to read the whole thing. Don't worry, but may the fury of my Lord's heart be quieted down towards me May The God Who is not known be quiet and toward me May the goddess who is not known he quieted toward me May the god whom I know or do not know be quieted toward me May the goddess off. I know or do not know be quieted toward me May The God Who has become angry with me. Be quiet and toward May the goddess who has become angry with me be quiet or in ignorance. I have eaten that forbidden of my God in ignorance. I have set foot on that prohibited by my goddess. Oh Lord. My transgressions are many greater my sins. Oh God. My transgressions are many greater mice in the track question that I have committed indeed. I do not know the sin that I have done indeed. I do not know the Forbidden thing that I have eaten indeed. I do not know the prohibited place on which I have set foot in DMV do not know the Lord and the anger of his heart looked at me the God and the Rage of his heart confronted me when the goddess was angry with she made me become ill the god whom I know or do not know his oppressed me took us who might know or do not know his place suffering upon me. Although I am constantly looking for help. No one takes me by the hand when I weep they do not come to my side I utter lament but off One hears. I am troubled. I am overwhelmed. I cannot see oh my God merciful one. I addressed to you the prayer ever inclined to me. I kissed the feet of my goddess. I crawled before they you. Oh my god. Transgressions are 7 x 7 removed my transgressions. Oh, my goddess transgressions are 7 x 7 remove my transgression remove my transgressions and I will sing your praise me your part like the heart of a real mother be quiet and toward me like a real mother and a real father may have be quieted torbet. That's the world. They don't know who the God is they don't know who they've offended. They don't know what they've done and they have no clue how to make it right and into this world God speak and gives Torah and says, this is who I am. This is what I expect. This is how to live and make things right all of a sudden we see that even Torah would have been seen as gray maybe a little bit different than Christians or used to and I would love your take on Thursday. Mare and how you interpret Torah but it's into this context that Torah breaks in is something totally different something totally new. Yeah. I want to say I love where you took that because I'm listening Thursday. It's going okay. I mean this sounds like a very religious prayer but this person is completely fixated on themselves. It's a completely off absolute cystic like self-obsessed begging prayer and you know, I don't want to invalidate anybody's emotional experience except that this is a person who is disconnected from reality because they're you know, just completely absorbed with this religious idea of like, okay, I have these transgressions and I need I need my atonement. I need to get things better. I need this that you know, and you're right Torah is an amazing contrast to that because we're being invited into where May Getting a covenant a relationship a marriage between Heaven and Earth, which is about going. Well. Maybe it's a mistake to say it's about going Beyond those kinds of self-obsessed pretty things unless you get Beyond those very infantile religious conceptions. Then there's no chance of anything. Well and in the in this context in this world, I've heard described as the great symbiosis the gods expected at least in this ancient conception of the Gods expected to be taken care of and in return they took care of you and so it was very fundamentally about survival and about self and I love that you highlighted that because I think we see something very different Endora. What what Jen saying do you is that how you see the ancient world and extremely, you know, I immediately went to the Cain Abel conflict. Do you see the world as a selfish place in Georgia? Incomes God capital G and he says I'm going to offer you a way that is community. I'm going to offer you a way that is more than about survival. But I'm not being together being together with me being together with one another is that is that an accurate? Because I like the way she refers to that that this this world is in existence. And the the Creator comes in and says now, let's bring order. Let's bring community and come back to the word Community again. So I'd flip that around pretty radical because the the creators always here and the the

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"abel" Discussed on All God's Women

All God's Women

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"abel" Discussed on All God's Women

"The latest episode of all odds women. The books the first and second Samuel are not always easy reading. They're filled with war violence and corruption. Keeping up with the politics of. Enemies can make your head spin. And it's hard for us with our modern sensibilities to understand godly men and women engaging in Morbid. He at times of war are different than times of Peace War requires actions that would be unacceptable during peace times. Today story is one of those times in order to understand ended, we have to view it through the eyes of war. The Wise Woman of Abel is found in Second Samuel Chapter Twenty. The chapter opens with the rebellion of Sheeba. Sheeba was a Benji night who convinced the men of Israel. To Desert. David. As their King so David gathered his army to go after Sheba before he could find safety in a fortified city. The army pursued Sheba to the city of able. Since, he was safe within the city's walls. They set up a siege mound type of ramp used by soldiers and the troops battered the wall in order to tear it down. Has You imagine the folks inside the city were terrified with no idea why the king's army would be attacking them. Fortunately one woman had a plan. While most of us would have huddled in the center of the city this brave woman went towards the wall and yelled out that she wanted to speak to Joe, APP when he came to the other side of the wall, she told him to listen to what she had to say. She pointed out the history of able reminding him that in ancient times it was where Israelites went seek guidance and settle disputes. It was a peaceful and faithful city. She asked why would he destroy the city and kill men and women of God? He explained that he didn't want to destroy innocent lives. He was only after Sheba because he'd lead a revolt against King David. If they handed over Sheba the troops would depart from their city. She told him to watch for Sheba's head to be thrown over the wall. She then proceeded to go to the people of the city and explain the situation they promptly found. Sheba. killed him chopped off his head and threw it over the wall Joe APP responded by blowing a trumpet signaling his men withdraw from the city and return to their tents. It's hard for us to imagine a world where women offer a man's head thrown Oprah Wall. But. This was a time of war and by killing this one trader, the city saved thousands of innocent lives. In a time when her city was under siege, this woman calmly assessed the situation and took control. She knew that Joab was in charge of the attack. So she went directly to him and ask them why he was attacking her city. She listened to what he had to say, and she offered a solution to his problem. Obviously. This woman was well respected in the city of able because they listen to her as well and did what she suggested. We'll never likely be in a situation quite like this particular one. We've all experienced times of danger where it seemed everyone around us was running around scared with no plan of action. How do you act in such times? Do you make things worse panicking playing the drama queen running around screaming you're all going to die. Do you seek out others to join you in your panic party. Do Huddle in a corner trying to hide and hoping it'll just all go away. Or do you go to the one in charge and ask him what you should do in this situation? So often we do all of the above and only seek out God as a last resort. We are blessed to know who's always in charge and we have twenty four hour direct access to him to find out how to handle any situation. We don't have to be drama Queen. We don't have to run around and confusion. Need to join panic parties we don't have. To Huddle. In, fear. All we need to do is go directly to him and ask him what to do. And then we have to do what he instructs. His guidance may not always make sense to us, but we have to trust that he knows the full situation. Fortunately, God is not going to ask us to chop off anyone's head. He may though ask us to do other things that are confusing or don't make sense to us. But when he does, he will give us a piece that assures us that we're doing the right thing. Lord God we come to you today. Thankful that you are always with us and that we can come to you anytime. Thank you for your gentle reminders that we're not alone. Thank you for your wisdom and your guidance and difficult situations. Forgive us. Those times we lose sight of you and panic. Thank you for your mercy and grace is you take care of us even when we don't deserve it. Be with us in the days of head give a strength during the difficult times. Give us courage to do the right thing. Give us a piece when all around us is. Chaos. We Love You In Christ's name. Amen Includes this week's episode of all? Gods women. Tune in next week when we look at Brisbane a grieving woman watching out for her sons even after death. Did you enjoy today's episode I. Hope it encourages you to pull out your Bible and read more about this woman and many more. That is my desire with all God's women podcasts. If, you go to all gods women website. You'll find Bible study questions, thoughts to ponder and personal.

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1-year-old from Renton killed, parents recovering in Seattle's Harborview Medical Center

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

1-year-old from Renton killed, parents recovering in Seattle's Harborview Medical Center

"Renton is dead after his family was trapped by the flames of a fire burning in eastern Washington. Almost Brian Calvert reports Jake and Jamie Highland. We're visiting their property in Okanagan over the weekend, when they became surrounded by the flames of the Cold Springs fire. We have a huge fire that needs to be taken care. Okanagan County Sheriff Tony Holly says. The couple grabbed their young son and tried to run away from the growing wildfire. They were spotted early yesterday by a call Bill tribal boat on the banks of the Columbia River. Their young son, Uriel was already gone. Mom and dad were covered in third degree burns. They have some severe injuries on we're very hopeful and pray that they are Abel hold through the injuries of a sustained the Renton couple was transported to Harbor View Medical Center in Seattle. Brian

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Los Angeles breweries, wineries say they should be allowed to reopen if restaurants can

Tim Conway Jr.

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles breweries, wineries say they should be allowed to reopen if restaurants can

"Have called on L. A county to let people grab a brew and a bite outside Laborers Guild President Laina McFarren says the state requires an onsite kitchen to open outside but will allow food trucks previously that was OK and partnering with a third party food vendor is allowed. Abel and every single county in California except Allah, McFarren says customers aren't just going to a restaurant across county lines. While many mom and pop Aries and Ella are on the brink of closing L. A county health says breweries remain on the high risk list with bars and wineries during the pandemic.

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"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Do his the with a shrug shoulders. And swear words and SNEERING and his tongue. It was snarling. In a matter of minutes, own bill is walking. Bird you. ooh! Classifies this AIDS and. As v? Bermeo fee. Now. Time for Your T. You. Need in kitchen. Fifty one years old and give birth teen children. WHO CARRY THE DISHES? Then took out the cabbage. And sat once at the head of the table. And even talk to the people at the table. Who Gist? Up All the food firm the table. And emptied the ash trees on a whole. level. Got Killed By abloh listening by Kane. Let's see through the air and Kim down through the room. Doomed and determined to destroy all gentle and she never done nothing. Liam's. Thing. philosophize disagree. Fees. Away from. Now the term or you? Courtroom honor, the judge handed gavel. To show that all equal and the courts around the level. And at the strings in the books, he pulled in persuaded and that even nobles get proper handled. Once that the cops chased after Cottam and that the ladder law is new tap in new, banner. Stared at the person who killed for no reason. Just happened feeling that we without one in. His folks, his cloak moves deepened distinguished, and and it adds strongly for penalty and Repentance Williams and. With the six month sentence. YOU WHO If I disagree. and. This Office. A. Fee. The TAB for your team. APPARITIONS with Steve Vic on Sirius. XM radio. Developed by horsemen, worst.

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"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Kentucky. Exactly one the Pocahontas and She's just kind of personal a personal favourite that we talked to doug about. You also now have got three grade one winners. To this point and keep her the stars last Monday and then last year. The the Winwood River Boyne for Jeff Mullins in the. And of Pour, Mon, Mongolian groom, and and that that was so tough. Able for everybody. Yeah! Yeah I know. The the great one, though in the awesome again and you know one thing that's notable with act when you look at these winners, there's something very interesting. I said it today already in Jonathan. said the nicest things about you. Everybody has said the nicest things about you It seems like you don't. It doesn't matter what style what you need to do. If it's a horse that needs to be on the front end if it's a horse that is slow out of the gate, the likes to come from off the pace turf dirt. Sprint throughout I. It it. You seem to be comfortable in any kind of setting. Yeah I'm in the band or the horse. I think I get along with the horses like. Like, like when the Senate The Horse Program I. Don't I don't I? Don't care about all like. Oh, he's ten to one to one I. Don't look at a I. Just look at my house or one married looking. He's looking feeling good so I just let go with one hundred percent of win race. That it's funny, it's funny. You say it like that because Jonathan, said the same thing. He said it doesn't matter if he's stake race. If it's a claiming race if it's a expensive horse, cheap doesn't matter that you you. You ride them all like They're all great ones. Yeah. Yeah, that's that's. That's me like I don't like. Why that how? Like. We come from from mall track or whatever I could range like. Right all the horses. Well I, it's. It's just so clear that Horses and Jonathan said this to it it. It's you know one of those nice things people say about jockeys. Horses run for him. Yeah, thanks, you'll have to. Is that really good guy have me. Talk a little bit about you know some ambitions and the things you'd like to accomplish. About My or Well in the career you know it just The the kinds of you know the kinds of things. Just you know the big races, obviously, and and you know just. What kind of a you know. What kind of a career you obviously very comfortable. You've ten years on the West. Coast I. Mean obviously you like it. There I mean you I know we've had a bad period on the west coast. Did you think about you may maybe coming. East or going to Oakland, owner. Some of those things that Some of the writers did over the winter. Well Right now I don I'm not thinking about that right now right now. I'm just thinking about my career over here right now and. I'm just thankful for all the training down owners, the paternity and I'm GonNa. Try like. What they do right now I'm gonNA. Keep keep going. On the of I'M GONNA. Leave it on God. Well you certainly with Tom Canoes you're you're certainly with one of the best agents in the game and. You must be very happy with with what you've been able to to accomplish with him. Yeah, he's a his. He's A. He's a really good agent, and and he's a really good guy to. Like. I think he's doing a great job right now. You know you you've at least at the very least you've given. You've given Flavian Pratt competition. So that the he doesn't run away with jockey title. Yeah. He's a nice, guy. I like I just I don't I don't know I wanNA I wanNA. Be Blah. John no I just I said right like. One A win rate. It's amazing. Speaking of other jockeys in the jockey's room situation. They've got you guys in the movie in those movie trailers. WHO's your? Who's your trailer roommate? Roman. Okay Yeah and. It's amazing. The the centimeter doing a good job with with with. With the happened right now with the with the virus and they're doing really good job. It seems to be. It seems to be working and. That To, knock on wood. that everything keeps going and and soon. A ideally we get, we get people back into the racetrack as well but in the meantime able Just so happy for. The opportunity to visit. Then congratulate you on. All the success and You've impressed a lot of players. Thank you very much I. Appreciate the visit. Stay safe and we'll see. We'll see at the track soon I hope. Thanksgiving thankful. That at all able said do at a chance to introduce him to everybody, and he's thirty years old and. Ten years and I mean this reminds me a little bit of Joe. Talamo the way Joe Talamo. Was I. Think Sixteen before he got on a horse. If I'm not mistaken, and and you know very quickly Became A. Full time writer, and and obviously the success but I it's. Just, pulled up the just pulled up his His stats is career stats and it. It's ten years. He's been. He's been writing. I mean just the fact that he called her. Right that tells you that tells you a lot that you know. He said I started I started My career called her, and then came to California in pretty short order he he's righty rights for he's writing for everybody. He wrote for Baffert Some right about.

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"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"California and ten downtime Muda. And of course you can you know you can swap them back and forth and. Send it exactly muscle. We're very good. At Buffalo very helpful table to. To go down there and ship horse to you know, and not taking care of. Give us a feel for. For what transpired yesterday, dynasty of her own wire to wire under Ricardo Gonzalez to win the Calix. Yeah definitely. She actually down a Fan Anita training and Really good, she's coming into the th really good. so we ended up anything in this race here. And it looks like a tough race on paper, but I mean ricky. He got her to the lead and she just she ranked them during. A little quick, but I mean we got her to settle in the second quarter, and that really helped helped helper hang on the win. She's now. She's now four for five. Four five I mean she ran third and other states that she and other times she got beat New Mexico. Or she said a fact paced into a pretty strong headwind that they. And she got tired ran. Thirds Yeah, she's a really nice really. She's always shown a lot of ability in the mornings. I thought we thought she was going to be billion. I mean luckily she has. She shown what she's shown in the afternoon. She's shown the warning. Gonzalez has been on for three of those wins and. That's interesting ARRIETTA rotor down at Sunland and we. He's been showcased. You spent, he spent. About three weeks at Fonterra Park on I, think he. Right. He got some exposure to people that don't watch him at Canterbury or or in New Mexico. He can ride. Yeah. He's a good writer as well I mean. You also ride the Turf Paradise. I mean he's a very good writer. wrote her really good. The first time I mean in the second time. She got her first time routing and she got. A hold of the bite on just thinking she was. She's starts hundred meeting or saliva no. One that border plaque send. She's never been off the board in the five starts, four wins and third in the island fashion, and wins the the cal oaks, and what's notable. Is that that win in the border plex? On the dirt and so it feels like she's kind of versatile in that regard. She's very versatile I mean she can. She can run on Thursday going on the pita She can route she can. She can go from on allegiance number. DEVAIVRE's failure. She got a lot of options curtis because she can. Pretty much do whatever you throw at her. She she just loved the rug. Should mention to dynasty on her own Shanghai Bobby Philly out of the Richter scale mayor about that Lady Dynasty bread by CASTERS and You also I, don't WanNa leave out the REWA. who was fourth in here and it's interesting because. Dynasty. Of her own kind of. Spread out a little bit off a reward. They were a lengthened quarter apart in that allowance race in March and This time. This time dynasty beater pretty soundly. Yeah rewind I, mean she's definitely shows up every time yesterday. I think might have been a little tough for her and she might have needed the race. But She's also a really nice. Really try every. She might be better on that the only time we got her on the grass. She won so hopefully we'll be able to get her back on the graph pretty seen. The, first condition and Run, a good race it will. Nice and this was a stakes debut for her and listen to you only got beat what one to she got beat three and a half lengths she ran. She ran all right. She ran good that she had. Kids. And this was this was a mile and a sixteenth. Well and Jonathan. What he got picked out I. Imagine you're looking down toward. Down Toward del Mar with the. With keeper. I was GONNA. Sit Down with the owners today. And we were going to discuss all of our options and come up with a game plan for her. I mean right now. We have nothing cellphone her. On where we're going to run, so we just WanNa Kinda. Get a game plan and try to figure out what our options are. The best for her. Now and Speaking of speaking of distances this was this was slightly notable because I think it was her first win at a mile and an eighth was. What's best? For. With bacteria I mean I. Personally Fifty can win. Go a mile to a mile and a quarter I. mean if she gets a good trip or she can settle and stay in the clear I mean she can run all damning. We watch her on the Gallup out. She just keeps going after her eighth everything. she like she's another in favor of Tashi can go i. feel from my okay. Quarter. With the right trip. Well keeper to to get the background as well on her for for Tommy Town, She midnight Lute Philly, and we've been talking about Hill Lindell's midnight lute. Seemingly every week. But keeper of the stars was one hundred, eighty, thousand as a keeneland yearling out of the run away and hide mayor, so she was the second foal, and actually she's got a full brother gelding morning social, who's made one hundred thirty thousand Only one win a bunch of placements morning social so A. Very productive is a two year old called Vallon Zano a two year old. Verizon Oh. Colt and then there's a yearling by classic empire and there's No. Reported baby yet for sociable for this year. The keeper of the stars the first grade, one. For for Jonathan Wa Jonathan. What's coming up here? few more weeks obviously into June. At Santa Anita the rest of this meet golden gate. Of course you know continues on, but anymore anymore meet highlights. In Arcadia. Hopefully. We have affiliated broker made up.

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"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Fox. And horses run firm. Horses on. Yep. Exactly Right and and any kind to. He doesn't. He doesn't have to rely on on being on the front end, or you know the coming from office. Whatever suits the horse itself? Very. Really impressed. It'd. Be Happy for her that. Well. His transition coming down to southern cow. You can talk about your own I mean because. As somebody that you know the place the Southern California circuit? I could I could see more and more. You know of your entries making their way to. To say at the NITA and. I talk about. You know testing those waters and picking out horses that you bring down to the Santa Anita and and you know establishing yourself from northern cal to southern cal. I mean. Like that one the same day of for the race before perfection sent him down there because he's his way better record on dirt and he goes on. The TURF, which was like the only raise we had available here. We're Turkic. Golden Gate. Always ending down there I mean he won something pretty much alike find horses that have good dirt form, and have tactical teague or on the league type of horses because that's you. been winning recently more now than Anita. I mean and like we have a couple of three year. Olds that just broke their made in here. For, Tommy town as well that we're going to try to take down there and try to test the waters see if they're good enough to compete with the horses on uneaten, hopefully chart eventually get into stakes company down there as well. How how have you split your time? I mean in in normal circumstances you know in terms of. Back and forth and and. Managing a larger string than you know as as you've as you've grown as your businesses grown. Yeah, right now it's tough. I! Mean during with the child restrictions and and everything with the whole. Everything fortunately I mean we have a really good. NIETA Kristen Mahal. She's one of my friends and and she watches over. Our bar down there and Anita. She takes care of. Housing on a ton. I mean she's in an amazing dog with the keeper of the fires. and. She's she's awesome. The have helping them season amazing. Well back, Jonathan that I mean to have somebody. This is very similar to some of the things that we talk about with with Kenny mcpeek or with Marquette Asi. Having you know having full full-fledged, trainers Kristen Mulhall. Could as easily you know still be out on her own so to have her as a as a division manager. What a what a! Terrific situation. Because you know that's somebody you can completely rely on. You don't have to be sweating out You know you still might get calls at four thirty in the morning, but You're not. You're not worried that The horses are being. You know the watched by somebody that you don't have confidence. Know exactly. I mean like I, said having her. Fortunately helping you out, there is just amazing. Machines like said she's. She's awesome. That's how many horses the how many losses in both games. We have speak up at Northern.

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"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"abel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And standing by and as I mentioned before we stepped away. Jonathan wine and we were GonNa talk last week, and then the dog gets injured and retires kind of through Wednesday into a tat. Instead, we wait, and we got another stake winner to talk about because cal oaks winner dynasty, her own yesterday Ricardo Gonzalez, but let's I welcome in Jonathan Wong and congratulate him on the first grade. One Jonathan well done the gamely windkeeper, the stars last Monday. Thank you very much. I really appreciate it. Thank you for having me on your show. Not at all I reached out the. Rick, Cavalier and I said I gotta get. Johnny, long gone he said Oh. Absolutely so he sent me the number and and. Overdo overdo plays I. It's great the You could. You could just tell from the quotes and the reaction last week. keeper has been you know she's been really obviously. important to you and kind of appropriate that she gets your first grade one. And she she's amazing. She's amazing. I mean how many town thoroughbreds Tom I, mean they? Throw up in first grade wasn't with them. I mean they'd giving me such a great opportunity. I mean I can't thank them enough mean. Such nice horses. I mean I'm very happy for them. We're going. GonNa talk about her. And and you've referenced the opportunity to train or like this and. I wanted kind of pause before we, we talk specifics and talk about yesterday in the cal oaks went it talk about your career and talk about? How you got to wear your. I started working at the racetrack when I was sixteen. And then I ended up working for John Martin for a while for the longest time. Splendid life again, great horseman! And then I got an opportunity a couple of hours. They asked me if I wanted to go out on my own, and they gave me a great opportunity. And very fortunate to them and. Very great clips and we've been very successful. So it, where'd you grow up? Born and raised in San Francisco. Nice Nice and. What got you even interested? What got you to the racetrack? We my family, we had a friend. He owned a grocery store any oakland some resource than he invited us to the racetrack one day with one of his horses with Rock and pretty much I was in. That's.

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Lydia Millet talks about “A Children’s Bible”

The Book Review

04:58 min | 2 years ago

Lydia Millet talks about “A Children’s Bible”

"A little bit about the story. You're telling in a children's Bible so this is Tale of a group of children mostly teenagers who are being forced by their parents to spend their summer vacation together in a rented robber. Baron kind of mansion in the country and to strongly resent and disliked their parents and in the midst of this storm comes kind of ethics storm and with it. A great flood and chaos descends on the House that they're living in and the children's sort of rebel against their parents. Okay so if you weren't clued in by the great flood you might be clued in by the name of the narrator. Ev Or eve think is about fifteen that you are doing something allegorical here with the Bible of the title. What function does the Bible have in the story? The stories that used to be often made into Bible stories for children the parts of the Bible that were translated in especially the forties fifties and sixties for children to read are selected parts of the Bible for example the book of revelation the revelation to John is typically left out of children's bibles. It's not left out of my children's Bible but it was deemed too harsh and dark and bloody I think for children to to read and so in in Children's Bible stories that that used to proliferate aren't aren't as common now often illustrated you would have you know the the Noah's Ark Story and various more child friendly pieces of the Old Testament and the new and so I've used to structure the plot kind of some of the events from those Bible stories and and then also there is a little boy in the book. The baby brother of of Av who narrates it. Who's given a children's Bible? They come from a secular family in New York and he's given a Bible by one of the mothers that they're sequestered with in this big summer house and so he starts to read it and he doesn't really understand it. His favourite books are frog toad. George as they should be as they should be so he sort of interprets it in his own little boy little secular boy way in so. There's a sort of also a parallel there so it's his Bible the Children's Bible. It's also it's also sort of the framework for for the plot of the novel. It's interesting when you talk about child friendly as defining what ends up in a children's Bible because the stories of course are still fairly terrifying. I remember getting up to Cain and Abel in in my own children's Bible and then being like all right. I think I'm done here with this year. Book of Tales. There's a lot of brutality. There's there's not sort of prophetic Apocalyptic Gore of of the book of revelation. But yeah of course. Even the you know. The Noah's Ark story is extraordinary and apocalyptic in its own way. Of course it's sort of has a happy ending if you want to read it that way where animals get saved and the good people get to live on after the flood. Talk a little bit about the children of title because as you said. They're they're not quite children. I mean they're they're mostly teenagers and they seem very sophisticated right. So I'm never too interested in developmental. Vera similitude with characters like they are sort of hybrid child's adults as teenagers really are but the kids in this book. They use a lot of swears you know they're harsher language in judge mental but at the same time they're prater naturally articulate to a certain degree and I think because in a sense I wanted to respect their voices I wanted to make them authoritative in sort of straight guys in the book against the chaotic collective of the parents who are who are objectified generally for I hope humorous effect but they're they're sort of unable to manage their families in their lives and the teenagers and a couple of young children who make up sort of band of roving humans at the center of the story they armature in you know in certain ways essentially. This is a book envisioned for adults to read. And I don't I don't feel like I need to sort of talk down to to either children and teenagers or to those who are reading the book by by Infanta. Leising these because you know. We all know how resilient teenagers can be. And how selectively brilliant they can be whilst also having these blind

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3 Steps to Getting Hired After a Layoff - Abel Lomas

Daily Sales Tips

05:59 min | 2 years ago

3 Steps to Getting Hired After a Layoff - Abel Lomas

"Today's tip comes from my friend able wellness able talked with me in episode fifty nine the sales success stories podcast and recently got laid off. Here's what he actually did too quickly. Land his current role as an enterprise account executive at workfront. Hey salespeople if you're listening to this you may have recently been laid off or you're living in fear that it's about to happen. Krona viruses changed all of our lives. I was laid off recently. Was Lucky enough to start a new gig just before things got really ugly. I want to give you three steps to help you. Land the next GIG and I'll go into more detail on each number one be excited. Not Down Attitude. Is Everything number to be clear about what you're looking for. Think about the non negotiable number three manage the process from networking to interviews and offers. Let's break each of these down said number one. Be excited you ask. How can I be excited? I just lost my job. Well the moment layoff is communicated to you. It is in the past it happened. It's over stain in the past like running in the mud. It's exhausting and he may never reach your destination in the future. You'll land in a better opportunity than where you were before but don't get lost in the clouds. You have to put in the work that will get you to your ideal outcome being the version of the present that will help you achieve landing in a better spot. This is all about mindset. Wake up early. Get some exercise. Have some breakfast of you like but most importantly have a plan every single day and work the plan. That is how you'll get what you deserve number to be clear about what you're looking for and prioritize it. It's important to find what you're looking for. And they're gonNA be negotiable items and non-negotiables. You need to come up with your top two or three things that you aren't willing to negotiate than name them prioritize them for me it was culture followed by opportunity and in that order culture was so important to me that I wrote a definition of great culture in a post on linked in. This helped me in a couple of ways people who are really interested in me. Read my post in advance and proactively disgusted with me. People who are either less interested or just didn't find. It allowed me to tell them. I believe with conviction. I send a link to my post and my followup which always let them impressed and wanting more they knew I was serious. And this wasn't negotiable with regard to my second item opportunity. This had to do a short and long-term expectations of income. This was easy discussing conversation and would be taboo to discuss in a public forum like a linked and Post. The order is important because in my case if he didn't have the culture I was looking for the income potential. Just didn't matter. So what are your top negotiable. Items Number three manage the process in the current environment. This is difficult but the process doesn't change companies are hiring you desert lennon a better place than you were before you had the right mindset and he know what you want. So how'd you manage the process to get their here? Are Few thoughts make a couple of lists? One List is a list of people you love working with and the other lists has all the companies that you'd love to work for. This should be guided on your top non-negotiable items second start reaching out to the list of people immediately. Be Open and honest about the situation. They'll have empathy or they wouldn't be on your list. Tell them what you're looking for your non-negotiables and ask them who they'd recommend you connect with make it easy for them. Track your progress down your list of people and the referrals. You WanNa make sure that you thank them along the way or let them know. If you haven't heard from the person they referred you to make sure to tell them about any companies. You're hiring on your consideration list. You never know who they might know. That might not have been obvious. An looking on linked in third. This process will connect you with people. You either didn't think about or people you haven't met. I realize I'm an extrovert in. You may not be but this was my favorite part. I met so many interesting people during this process. Sometimes we laughed. Sometimes we cry. Many of the connections ended up having nothing to do with my career but I was so thankful to meet. These people hear their stories and share mine. And I'm willing to bet you'll have a very similar experience next. I'd be surprised at this point. You haven't landed interviews by now but you should have gained greater intelligence in the target companies. You want to work for Italy. Tempting to apply online but most likely not get you anywhere the process of networking finding someone inside the company who can champion. Your cause is critical especially in a down market. Think about it. What are your chances if you're one of one thousand or more online applicants versus one? That's walked down the hall or sent via slack with a personal recommendation in an internal champion. I think the answer is obvious next. The rest is all salesmanship in managing the process. People not remember details of your interview but they'll remember how you made them feel. Make them feel good. Do your research before meeting them in your follow up remind them what made them feel good in their words. Because it's not about you. It is about them managed next steps and stay on top of the process. This will help you get offers you want. You will succeed. You deserve landed a better situation than you were before so in summary be excited and act for the purpose of achieving the future you want second be clear about your non-negotiables and third manage every detail process.

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"abel" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

16:30 min | 2 years ago

"abel" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"So the content of anything is comics. Any of these things but you know you have books like out on the wire I just like to call it a comeback but people are like. Oh it's a graphic novel but I'm like it's nonfiction. What's graphic non. That SOUNDS DUMB. So you know and the word graphic now. I think has been sort of ratcheted down from what it used to be. But graphic used to mean sexy or full of violence or something and it doesn't mean that anymore really. People don't interpret it that way as much as they used to. But that's always been a bit of a graphic memoir. What does that mean yeah? It's tricky just. If you could just call it comex it would be easier but if you WANNA use sort of more all income passing term and that's more neutral you can call it graphic narrative okay. We'll close out. I'd love to talk about what you're doing. Now the creative focus workshop and is that a pivot or just a continuation. Oh It's definitely pivot. I mean I wasn't teaching online classes before. We're doing coaching. Which is what I'm doing now. So the credit focus workshop really stems out of out on the wire in fact when I was winding down the podcast I was sort of trying to figure out what the next thing was going to be what I was. GonNa be doing and I surveyed the people in the group the group that I talked about where they work shopping materials and I said well so power to do something else. What would you guys need from me and ask them and ask my email list and I was really looking for answers like well. We should something about character development. Or let's do a deep dive into you know interviewing or some of the questions that you've asked today really but those strongest sort of message. I got back was. I can't get my work done. I totally underwater. I'm procrastinating all the time. All of this stuff where. There's just a lot of a lot of people feeling very out of control of their work process and their creative life and I've done a lot of big projects and I. I do have a pretty good sense of project management and how to get stuff done and all these things and so I thought oh I can help with that and I don't know that I really knew what I was starting because it's been amazing. It's been really great. The people I work with are super cool. But there's a lot of stuff that you know. My initial impulse was like I'll just do a project management course which I did but it almost instantly turned to issues with the inner critic and like all this other stuff you know very very internal personal stuff about how does it feel to be a creative person and how do you not get overwhelmed by everything and all kinds of stuff and so really in in concert with many cohorts of students now. Hundreds of students I have developed this program sort of a group. Coaching program with a robust community. That goes with it. What it's about is creative productivity like it's kind of about getting your work done but the problem with that is that the notion of productivity is is all about just cramming more stuff in and I am not in favor of that so I struggle to figure out how to talk about it but basically it's about creating a more sustainable and resilient creative life how do you build sustainability and resilience into what you're doing do more of it. Do it better be happier with it. Get it out in the world all that stuff. So that's what the creative focus workshop is about like a lot of systems and mindset work and things like that definitely there's systems there's also a lot of strategic work really like prioritization. Work where you're thinking through. What is really important to me. And how do I make sure that happens? So getting very very clear on what you want to happen. And then looking for ways to implement that in the real world or perfect now people can find out more about that Jessica Abel Dot Com. Yes definitely YEP. Yeah if you're interested in. The story frameworks actually have a worksheet. You can download and series of articles on my blog that go through the process of getting a fully built out framework for a story so it doesn't go beyond that but it goes through finding an idea of focusing x Ray Story Formula Chronology and suspense and then framing and the story Matrix. That's a series of five articles. And if you wanted to just jump in and find that you'd go to Jessica Abel Dot Com Slash X. Y. Hyphen Story Hyphen formula. Also I definitely will put a direct link to that as well. Yeah why Dash Story Dash Formula? Yet exactly and that. So that's the X. Y. Article on the table contents. That can point you to the other four articles and there's also a button where you can sign up and get the cheat sent to you. Oh that's excellent. I will definitely both satin. Hey thank you so much for coming on. Yeah no problem. This is really fun. And.

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"abel" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

13:12 min | 2 years ago

"abel" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"Hey there before we get started. Did you know that there's a livestream now? In this livestream you have the opportunity to speak to unstructured guests and ask your own questions. Best to ask as good a questions as I possibly can. I can think of everything and I'm sure that you have many to provide there've been a few already with Chase Hughes. Vive fry and Christina Linen. But I have others coming up dealing with body language influence and even a private investigator. Sheila Wysocki will be coming up so be sure to check out YouTube. Look Up Eric. Only I will also link in the show notes and check out the livestream for today's show. I'm really honored to have on Jessica Abel Jessica's a legend in the podcast and we're all because she co wrote the book radio an illustrated guide with IRA glass of this American Life. That was an early book. Used by many podcasters to help get them off the ground and figure out how to record episodes and things of that sort. It went over the entire. Npr process. She went on to follow it up with out on the wire and twenty fifteen which is a much thicker thome now. What is unique about these books is? They are both in fact comics or as. She calls them graphic documentaries. We haven't figured out the term for a nonfiction graphic piece because graphic novel would apply. It's fiction we cover that in this episode. I really think you will enjoy this. And she is a fantastic guest. Bring You Jessica Abel Eric and this is unstructured or we have dynamic informal conversations with some amazing people..

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Coronavirus Casts A Pall Over Cruise Industry At Height Of Booking Season

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:23 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Casts A Pall Over Cruise Industry At Height Of Booking Season

"Diamond Princess cruise ship has become a symbol of global health nightmare. So far more than one hundred and seventy passengers have contacted the corona virus about about thirty. Six hundred people remain on board. The ship quarantined in waters off the coast of Japan. Passengers are largely confined to their rooms where they have to remain for at least another week and as the spectacle plays out on television and social media. The cruise industry is really starting to take a hit. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi Diamond Princess Passenger. David David Abel has been documenting life in quarantine. Medical staff doing checkups through the night. Small boats faring supplies of food and medicine. He told Britain's channel Channel Four News. Twenty four seven will not allow to open the door until there is an and they bring the food to us other than that we all like prisoners keeping the spread of the virus contained in those close quarters is not only a big medical and logistical challenge. It could also take a big bite out of the cruise line business. This money's Luthra is president and CEO of a deceased solutions. A Miami software company that handles bookings for cruise companies. Everybody's out Lizard says about ten days ago reservation started to plummet. We started to see it with the flight bookings I everything started getting canceled especially the Asia and now on the crew sign. I mean we've seen about a forty percent drop. I want to say that's happening amid what's supposed to be peak. Season Luther himself is scheduled to embark on crews out of Sydney in a week. Originally he was the poster fly through Hong Kong. He routed to avoid that virus hot zone he says he still loves cruising but cannot imagine spending weeks castaway and hold up with his two kids. I know how to explain it to my six year for my eight year old. Why can't use that rule. China makes up a small but growing segment of the forty five billion dollar cruise industry. Emily only flippin is a senior analyst with the Motley fool and that really was supposed to be a boon for the cruise line industry in China. This is a major setback. Another cruise liner Holland. America's Westerdam's has been drifting around Asia. It's been denied entry at five ports in spite of the fact that it has no confirmed cases the virus but the cruise line industry associations. Brian Salerno says this outbreak is an isolated issue the senior vice president of maritime policy. He says he expects Little Long. Term damage clearly not very widespread problem within the cruise industry. Right now the industry has taken precautions. Sion's screening anyone who's sick or recently traveled to China or been in contact with someone there plus argues. The ships themselves are safe because medical title care is on board so when you take a cruise on a cruise ship. You're traveling with your hospital in a sense gene. Sloan a writer for the point guy. A travel website says the cruise. He's industry has shaken off worst. Crises in the past. Remember the dramatic sinking of the cost Concordia. That killed thirty two people trying to a lot of speculation. You know this is GonNa Kill the cruise business. Every year brings a new challenge. NOROVIRUS Zeka hurricanes or loss of power. Sloan says the cruise industry has grown own through them. All so this virus too

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He slaughtered his family for a Bulgarian webcam girl

True Crime Garage

14:59 min | 2 years ago

He slaughtered his family for a Bulgarian webcam girl

"Margaret and Chad provided a nice life for their three boys. They lived in an expansive home. And had all the trappings of affluence cars. Video Games and horses yes. Margaret was a horse person as everyone knows the garage loves loves horse people centers. She adopted in rehabilitated. A retired racehorse named lady and even after lady died she still went to the stables. Abel's Daily to work with other horses. Margaret worked as a client operations manager at a healthcare company Chatham Motto was a Clinical Aw Pharmacists who worked for CVS and who also had a second job. He was a self professed computer guru. One of his CO worker said. The Chad was very proud of his sons. But there are rumors in this case in some references to it by two people close to the case did Chad data motto. The father was a quite difficult man and most compeer people are a side. Note Jason. The oldest of the three boys was not what Chad's biological son. He adopted him when he married Margaret. This was way back when Jason was just three years old. It doesn't seem that Jason was as close to his brothers as they were to each other. According to Jason. They were known as the football family because they went to every Florida. GATORS home game together. But Jason no longer lived at home and he had moved on with his own life. So the true brother's on the half brothers. Brothers grant. And cody they. They seem to be inseparable. Cody is just one year older than grant and they did everything together. They were on the weightlifting team together at Timber Creek high school and planned on buying matching. BMW's and living in the family home well after their parents retired to their other house which was located in Tennessee. One of their favourite activities involved shooting air soft rifles and real guns as well. and You I can see on grant Amato's facebook profile picture and he is trying to look like a militant bad ass with a big rifle cody grant were on a competitive air. Soft team called remedy. The brothers even went on to enroll in nursing school together. This after grant graduated from the University of Central Florida even early on as seems that cody was somewhat of a caretaker for grant he we had it. Altogether while grant was more scattered in June of two thousand eighteen. Grant was caught stealing medication from his is job at advent health which is located in Orlando Florida. Do we know what kind of medication he stole. I'm going to get into that right now. The hospital staff noticed eight empty vials of propofol and two rooms. Where grant was working he had taken vials they? They were worth together. Combined amount of two thousand sixty seven dollars. These were taken from a storage machine that required a thumbprint to access us. The machine he was captured on surveillance video which was reviewed by the hospital. After the propofol was discovered missing he was seen zien accessing the machine and putting the vials in his pocket. This amounted to grand theft. Hospital officials confronted grant. Who told them them? According to the police report that quote he hit administered the drugs to patients who were not being adequately relaxed by doctor ordered medicine in other words he thought patients needed more drugs than what they were being given so he wasn't stealing drugs for himself to us but to use is on patients. That's his statement. That's his story and he's sticking to it. We don't know for certain administrators believed that this was not the first the incident of this kind. He probably had stolen these items before while being questioned a couple of days after he was caught stealing grant apparently said he was suicidal so the police were called. This was on June. twenty-first grant was arrested but they determined that there was not grounds to hold him under Florida's Baker Act which allows an involuntary hold of people deemed to be dangerous to themselves us and for reasons that have never been disclosed. The grand theft charges for stealing propofol were eventually dropped but needless to say grant was out of job. He was fired and as a consequence of this event he was expelled from anesthesiology school as well and his dad who was funding legal representation for his son. Well he was out of a lot of money. This was money that was set up for grants lawyers. Yeah but let's break this down a little bit because a lot of times if if there is a conflict at work work even if it is stealing they normally won't prosecute as long as they get the material back we got the material back. We didn't lose any money and we're going to then sever ever our ties with this individual by fire them. Yeah I mean He. He's he's fired one hundred percent. I don't know what their reasons were for dropping the charges. If you want me to speculate my guess is they probably didn't want his defense of Oh. I was giving them to your patients right to be in the newspapers whether that's what what he was doing with them or not. We just don't know yeah. Stay away from the bad publicity. So grant is unemployed and living with his parents so what did did grant do all day now that he was unemployed of course he did. What any hard working able bodied twenty something American male would do and and of course? I'm being sarcastic. He spent his days gaming and watching porn. This on a site called Cam. Girls Grant soon soon met a Webcam model named Sylvia from Bulgaria. We all can you spell it website for me. Grant began what he felt what was an intimate relationship with this woman. The virtual kind grant lead Sylvia to believe that he was a successful ambitious. Young Professional Personal Gamer. who had his own apartment and drove a BMW? According to the Orlando Sentinel Grant spent about four hours every night. online watching Sylvia dance and model euphemisms for one on one virtual pornographic activity. And of course this cost money in fact the woman's attentions to grant seemed to depend on how much money he paid. Her grant admitted that her shows cost ninety. That's nine zero tokens per minute to view. which he purchased five thousand tokens at a time? For six hundred dollars he he and Sylvia would video chat as well. Grant seemed to think that the woman was his girlfriend eventually. He began sending her clothes using sex toys which Sylvia would model for him often in pornographic videos. How grant paying for all of this? Well we'll we'll get into that in a minute I hang on. Let me get out my porno calculator. Real quick yeah. So that's five thousand. Four hundred tokens an hour and times that by four hours a day or night. That's twenty one thousand. Six hundred tokens a night on my circulating. Say That's a lot of porno. That's two thousand two thousand five hundred ninety two dollars a day or night. However you WANNA swing that Hammer? It would be cheaper to be addicted to meth but remember kids. Don't do math then. In December of two thousand eighteen. I apologized captain Bob when I was reviewing this information and putting together all the math. I don't know why but it popped in my head out of all the things things you could be addicted to. This is a very expensive addiction. L. I guess we'll know why our our show won't continue The Colonel Got Addicted to Meth. Don't do math then. In December of two thousand eighteen cody grant and their friend Jericho. They went on on a trip to Japan. Cody was very nice. He paid at ten thousand dollars for this trip. So cody is paying for the both of them for him and grant but when the boys returned home this is around December fifteenth grant found that his father was very disgruntled. That grant still had. It not landed a job by this point. It's not clear exactly win. The Amato's found out that their son was involved in a virtual relationship with a Webcam girl. Some news reports state that Margaret noticed male showing up for grant from Bulgaria. Yeah and then was horrified lied that her son had given their home address to a t to somebody in the porn business. Let's say right we. We can only imagine what that conversation was like unfortunately for grant though it seems that his parents also discovered something else at some point toward toward the end of two thousand eighteen chat amato discovered that some money was missing and actually this was a lot of money. Grant was stealing stealing money from his own family. Grant told his parents that he spent this money to promote himself on twitch. I'm captain sure or you could inform us. What twitches all because I'm such a loser that I have all this time to do well? I don't know exactly what it is so I thought maybe you might law blah. I don't know much about. I've never been on it. I think people can be very profitable on it. There's many millionaires from an end. I guess what it is is is that you. You're a Gamer. And then people can watch you game al Qaeda they could pay for a subscription so so there are there are people are doing very well. It's it's but it's kind of a the video game world to me. I haven't been into it since Super Super Mario Brothers so I don't really know much about it but it's it's huge. I mean you can So when he saying I'm promoted myself or I'm this could turn into a profession not as a profession but if if it takes off he could become like a multimillionaire like basically like becoming a youtube star or something right I was is gonna save for Dummies like me. The simplest form. It's kind of a social media. Instagram meets Youtube kind of thing. Yeah Four Gaming Guy Merrily yeah so the truth be told though that's not where the money went. He actually blew it all on his very expensive hobby. Or what I would call obsession with Sylvia. Yeah but even if it went to promote himself on this platform it's a it's a big risk because to to become a youtube star or become twitch star. It's very difficult so now thus begins the family meltdown. Okay on December nineteenth two thousand eighteen. The models called nine one one. This was to report grant was missing. He walked out of the House after an argument with Chad and his mother was concerned because he seemed very depressed at this time and she says possibly suicidal in fact Margaret told the the sheriff's office. She told the deputies that she got a text from grant saying he was quote really tired of everything and quote and was quote just just going to handle it his own way. That's as much of the text that I have. But regardless believing that he had been unsuccessful looking looking for work and had shown some instability in connection with the propofol incident right. And he's at school now. He's spending his days. He's like you said playing video games and watching pornography and if the family just knows that he's just up in his room playing video games all day maybe not knowing too much about the pornography but when somebody says I'm tired of it all and that's all they're doing I think that's a bad sign. Well you know she has. His mother has other tax and other information other conversations that were had right that we're not privy to so calling. The police seems like a very smart motherly. Move here in this this spot and December of two thousand eighteen. Cody confided in his girlfriend. Sloan that he was concerned concerned about his brother. He was concerned that grant was going to kill. Everyone is what he said when grant left the home that day. He took refuge at the home of his aunt. This is Donna. Amato with whom. He was very close. She later said that he was looking lost and depressed at her house. Grant slept during the day and stayed up all night. She and her husband hid all of their guns and while grant was with them having been worn by the Amato's that he was possibly suicidal while grant was staying with her Donnas Bank account was hacked and strange charges started showing up. At least that's what she thought. She came to find out that the nephew you she had taken in stole her credit card information and she wasn't the only one according to the Orlando Sentinel pictures of credit it. Cards belonging to grant Amato's grandmother uncle and one of his cousins were found on his computer upset and betrayed Donna on a called her husband's brother grandfather. Chad D'Amato totally out of character. Chad broke down on the phone. He told Donna the he had been forced to remortgage mortgage the family's home to cover one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of debt racked up by grant. Donna says quote. He told me on the phone. Yeah I'm going to have to work a few more years than I thought I'd have to but it's okay I'll do it for grant it. I don't want him to go to jail.

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"abel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"abel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To talk Abel shooting investigated because the patient denial about Necker a second deadly shooting was carried out this week at the US naval base in the latest at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida four people were killed including the shooter a Saudi national and eight others injured the latest in correspondent Natasha chan the FBI is now handling what is a global investigation and those agents stationed full time in Riyadh are now liaising with the Saudi government to look into the background of this shooter and they're trying to determine the motivation here whether it might be terror related the wall multiple agencies are looking into Wednesday shooting at the Pearl Harbor naval shipyard in Hawaii in an effort to determine how motive there in a letter to the house judiciary chairman the White House counsel Patsy baloney said the trump administration will not participate in the impeachment hearings next week correspondent Kaitlyn Collins reads from that letter quote as you know your impeachment inquiry is completely baseless and has violated by in basic principles of due process and fundamental fairness nevertheless the speaker of the house yesterday ordered house Democrats to proceed articles of impeachment before your committee has heard a single shred of evidence for the first time the CDC put a list of the brands that in most often by patients in a nation what Africa vaping illnesses linked to hospitalization sank Bates was the brand used by fifty six percent of hospitalized patients nationwide bank is not a licensed product coming from one business it's empty packaging that can be ordered from Chinese internet sites bindles of beeping Karch makers can by the at the packages and fill them with whatever they choose carfinder around he says other product names at the top of the list were TKO smart card and rules most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who suffered long damage we're vaping liquids that contain T. H. C. the high inducing part of marijuana I'm Martin.

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"abel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"abel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm trying to picture this you had like a soldering iron and you know it's a metal that you used for something I can rise to do as kids solder which is out of ten and lead yeah the very first things that I made I used my dad's tools and then he was very yes she was very supportive he was never in my hair but he wasn't far away and if he would watch me work and then he would actually machine other little tools and things saying Hey you want to give this a try I think that this might be helpful he didn't understand anything about the electronics boy that guy was really good at making stuff yes I'm trying to mention like you were you know wasn't that expensive you're buying some wires cables and then to different connectors and then just bring them together do they look like a home spun like Frankenstein wires did today actually look professional made the the first off we made was really bad so what's really Frankenstein stuff and it functioned yeah and you just walk into this computer shops for you've been kind of hanging out and then do the honors probably usually say Hey I'm Abel's do you want to sell them to your customers like was that your package and that is exactly right I said Hey I can build these for you would you like for me to do that and the answer was almost always yes and then the next question from them would be how much do you want for them and as a boy I don't know what do you usually pay and then in those early days the cost that I was paying for the components wasn't competitive some the.

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"abel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"abel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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