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"abishai" Discussed on Today, Explained
"What are some other companies that have used the Texas two step to avoid litigation? Any household names? Yeah, well, there are three other Texas two step cases. Coke industries, Georgia Pacific, first deployed this scheme back in 2017. Train technologies and a U.S. unit of the France based company saint goban followed suit. All these cases are actually linked to asbestos related lawsuits. And none of them have yet been finalized or settlements successfully paid out to claimants. So it's a scheme that it's just got four sort of examples of it taking place at the minute. But most experts believe that if J&J are successful in their efforts to use it, that it could actually draw in many other companies to go ahead and use it. And I wonder, are these companies just individually deciding to do this or is there a connection among and between them? The Texas two step has really been driven by a bunch of smart lawyers at the law firm Jones day. It's one of the biggest law firms in the country. It turned over just over 2.2 billion in revenues in 2020. And each of its equity partners took home on average, about $1.3 million that year. So it's lawyers really devised a marketed this complex scheme. And one of them, Greg Gordon, who's a Jones day partner at the firm's Texas office, described this year in a public forum, the Texas two step as I quote the greatest innovation in the history of bankruptcy. And it's not surprising that Jones day believed that because there have been reaping millions of dollars in bankruptcy fees through this. You said that earlier this year, a federal judge in new Jersey essentially said Johnson & Johnson can do this. What was the judge's justification? That's right, judge Michael caplan of the New Jersey bankruptcy court in argued that the bankruptcy courts were the best venue to handle these masks toward claims because they could provide an expeditious, fair and less costly method of settling the claims. So he argued J&J did not file a bad faith, but rather for the legitimate purpose of settling these types of mass litigation. And how did the lawyers for the victims or the alleged victims and their advocates respond to this? I imagine they were disappointed. Yes, the victims were very disappointed and the advocates were very angry. So actually what we're seeing is they have already filed an appeal against judge Kaplan's ruling and they are challenging this at the federal appeals court. If this case is thrown out, then I think companies will really think twice about going down the bankruptcy route. But if J&J and LTL are able to win this case, I think it really will set a precedent for the future. Let me ask you lastly, Jamie, Johnson & Johnson does have a reputation for a long time. It was a reputation for trustworthiness and surely it wants to protect its reputation, does something like the Texas two step with all of the dubiousness therein. Hurt its reputation or has it already been damaged enough by the lawsuits, the thousands of lawsuits against it. J&J talks a lot about its credo, you know? A set of values that it conducts its business by and which actually stipulates that its first responsibility is towards its customers. And I think inevitably by resorting to a complex controversial legal scheme to handle these types of sensitive claims over the baby talc, well, that means it is enduring some reputational damage. Whether this is any worse than having thousands of cases coming to court, decided by a jury with huge awards, gathering media attention is really anyone's guess. I think the big danger for J&J is that if it loses its appeal or the appeal against this Texas two step case, it may have to go back into the mass towards system and face these jury trials anyway after already enduring the reputational damage from going down the route of the Texas two steps. So I think the company will certainly be suffering some sort of reputational hit through this. Today's show was produced by abishai artsy, it was fact checked by Laura bullard and engineered by Paul Robert mountie. Matthew collette edited the show, I'm Noelle king. It's today explained.
"abishai" Discussed on Today, Explained
"I mean, there was a really thorough revulsion of the idea of military power. And so, you know, I think there was an acceptance of the fact that, okay, the self defense forces exist where people didn't like it. And how is that changed in recent years? Over the last 30 years, shortly since Abe entered anthropologists in the early 90s. A lot of those taboos have eroded. And some of it is because the public has come to appreciate the self defense forces for other reasons. The self defense forces are really capable at disaster relief and recovery. I mean, not surprisingly given Japan propensity for earthquakes. And so they've been present in some of the big disasters last few decades and I think that really has helped enhance their reputation. But there's also, I think, a realism among the Japanese public that maybe even during the Cold War was not there where Japanese have looked at North Korea's missiles and nuclear arsenal and our cognizant of the threat that that poses. They've, of course, more recently watched the rise of China, watch China's military power and our very aware of that. And I think the last maybe other part of it is generational change. You know, I think for Japanese who grew up during the war, grew up immediately after the war. That's a very visceral feeling about what war brings to a country. And not wanting to see that again. Hey, welcome. Of course, Japan should have a military rather than a self defense force. They should be able to fight with full capacity to defend us and be as strong as armies in other nations. Do not have that visceral disgust at the idea of military power at the idea that Japan should have the capabilities of defending itself from threats in its neighborhood. And that's a big change. And I think there's every sign that that can continue to be a permissive condition in the future for efforts to expand Japan's role, defending itself and also just in regional security more broadly. How is Japanese remilitarization viewed outside Japan in the region? It depends on where you look in the region. I think it's Southeast Asia. Japan has been a partner for a number of countries that have territorial disputes with China and the South China Sea. Has been quietly engaged in capacity building, providing them with equipment, particularly with the coast guard equipment. So generally benignly. And in fact, welcome. And the fact that you're now seeing maritime self defense forces warships passing through the South China Sea more, I think it's welcome. I think certainly Taiwan would welcome a more capable Japan that was more explicitly committed to come to Taiwan today. Of course, then you get to northeast Asia and the picture gets a lot cloudier. South Koreans have been polls in recent years that show that South Koreans view Japan as one of the major military threats that South Korea faces. China, of course, is going to look at changes to Japan's defense policy changes to the equipment it's acquiring and will accuse Japan of arms racing. But really what's shocking, of course, is how long it's taken Japan really to enter the arms race that's already going on in the region. So it's clearly a question of when and not if. So when this dream of Shinzo Abe, you know, to fully militarize Japan is realized. Will that end up being his most prominent legacy? I think you can make that argument, but even bigger than that. I mean, I think just given how much his efforts changed how the Japanese government works. And that you have a Japanese government that is just able to respond to crises conduct foreign policy, basically formulate a national security policy in a much more coherent way and then actually execute it. That ultimately this can be even bigger than you have a Japanese government that looks out at the world in a more strategic way than it used to is determined to play a leadership role in ways that it could not in the past. That ultimately I think is going to be the legacy and the fact that Abe after his death received as many tributes from world leaders as he did and President Biden ordering flags flown at half mast to honor Abe, you know, that's an extraordinary tribute to the ways in which he changed how Japan acts in the world. Tobias Harris, he's a senior fellow for Asia at the center for American progress and he's the author of the iconoclast, Shinzo Abe and the new Japan, which is the only English language biography of the late prime minister. Our program today was produced by halima Shah edited by Matthew collette fact checked by Laura bullard and engineered by Paul Mao zi, the rest of the today explained team includes my co host, Noel king, abishai artsy, Hadi mawa di, miles Brian, Victoria Chamberlain, and a theme the dream Shapiro. We had extra help this week from John aarons, our audio fellow is Tori Dominguez, our supervising producer, is Amina Al sadi vox's VP of audio's Liz Kelly Nelson muse music by brake master cylinder, and Noam hasn't felt we're on the radio in partnership with WNYC. Today explained as part of the box media podcast network.
"abishai" Discussed on Today, Explained
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"abishai" Discussed on Today, Explained
"And if you're not going with this group 8 access based out of Austria, are there other places on the Internet? Are there shady corners on the dark web where you can find these kinds of pills? So, you know, I think it is really important to get that medication, you know, so this organization called plan C pills. They do a really good job of finding places where you can get safe medication abortion online. I mean, people are going to resort to lots of different methods. We've already seen reports of people crossing into Mexico to get misoprostol where you can get it over the counter. But I would say you definitely want to be careful about what websites you order and make sure that the online pharmacies are vetted. And I guess in addition to vetting these pills, the other question is privacy, especially when so much of this is happening online. There's been a lot of concern here about how much your data is going to be tracked when you try to secure an abortion online. Do we have any idea how that pertains to pills? Yeah, I mean, this is a really important question. This is a huge difference from pre row times. We just didn't have all this sort of tracking data technology. There was sort of a lot of media attention on things like period tracking apps and stuff like that. But what a lot of digital security experts say is really kind of some of the biggest vulnerabilities that people face is like text messages or emails or things that just like basic things, not even just your Internet search history, although that is something to be mindful of. I would say right now, there's a couple of things. The first one is that, yes, you should be mindful about your Internet searches and so on, especially if you're thinking about potentially trying to bypass a restriction or figure out a legal loophole. You want to be careful kind of what you're saying and what you're doing that on a lot of experts recommend using signal, which is an encrypted messaging app, et cetera. I think the bigger point is all of these concerns point to the need for the federal government to follow the steps of other countries and pass stronger consumer protection digital privacy laws. We shouldn't be so scared of criminal prosecution for just searching basic questions about healthcare on the Internet. You know, in talking about this trigger band situation on the show yesterday, our guests called the current status of abortion in the United States chaos. And now talking to you about the abortion pill situation in the United States, it just feels even more chaotic. Should we just be bracing ourselves for this deluge of legal battles for the next few years? I think we should. I think not just legal battles, but there's going to be new tactics of resistance and fighting back both politically and through activism. I think the only thing that we can really say for sure is that we are not just returning to a pre 1973 pre roe V wade time. Many anti abortion activists and conservative legal scholars have sort of long said that if we just overturn roe V wade, then we're going to have this simpler legal landscape. We're going to kind of free the courts from this abortion umpiring business as justice Scalia said back in the 1990s. This idea that we'll just let states decide, but that's really just not going to happen. We're going to have a much more chaotic landscape where we're probably going to have this all wind up back at the Supreme Court. Again, to way back in on these questions about out of state prosecutions and what and what right states have to regulate conduct of their own citizens. So you're saying this is going to be a total shit shot. Unfortunately, yeah. Probably. Rachel Cohen, vox dot com, are show today was produced by miles Bryan, edited by Matthew Collett, fact checked by Laura bullard and engineered by theme Shapiro. The rest of the today explained team includes Paul mounsey, halima Shah, abishai artsy, Hadi mawa di, Victoria Chamberlain and my co host Noel king, extra help this week from John aarons, our audio fellow is Tori Dominguez, our supervising producer, is Amina Al sadi, vox's VP of audio's Liz Kelly Nelson, we use music by brake master cylinder and Noam hassenfeld. I'm Sean ramus from today explained as part of the box media podcast network and we're on the radio in partnership with WNYC..
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"abishai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Intimate settings Take two came together in response to what was actually happening in London in brilliant corners That's Jared invoking an East London jazz bar with a famous sound system So they have an event called play twice which is the same idea in which you listen to a record all the way through and then have musicians perform reinterpretation of that record And so we were in New York and we thought you know just given the history of the music here and that the talented musicians that we'd been seeing over the past years that this idea would really work Take two began in September 2018 in Adonis bushwick apartment Musicians from throughout the New York scene instantly gravitated to the idea of take two India Owens who plays bass with Jean batiste on the Late Show led her group through the late trumpeter Roy hargrove's 2008 recording gear food familiar to many jazz fans While vibraphonist Sacha Berliner leading a Quartet with drummer tyshawn sorry interpreted an obscure album by contemporary New York bassist abishai Cohen The 13 versions of take two presented at various Brooklyn apartments in backyards in front of intimate always sold out crowds reveals and evolving community for the music usually called jazz Here's in Ghana Musicians play differently when they were at a venue at a big club versus in place where they feel safe to express themselves the way they want it The audience is almost part of the band and the Ben is part of the audience There is no clear limit care boundary We've had musicians making the audience participate not in just clap on the one but where you see the voices or the almost creating the music with them That symbiosis is emphasized in the next take two event On Sunday march 27th Brooklyn.
"abishai" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"I don't know. He left here going after a deer. You know, the one with the horns, David's top general, abishai benzi ruya, told the wise men? Antlers. The wise man corrected. The horns on deer were called antlers. Nah, these looked. Abishai noted. Well, if you're really worried, you could, you know, take a look at the mirror. The wise men replied. Oh, no one's supposed to touch the mirror. Abishai barked. The men's shirk back. I wish I apologized. It's just sorry, David was super clear about that. The wise men threw up their hands. Okay, whatever. Don't touch the mirror then. Alice I said that there were some other things that made him think David was in trouble, though. When he washed his hands earlier today, blood came off of them. Is that normal? The wise men asked if there was blood on his hands because that could have been a reason why. I wish I shook his head. Now that was the weird thing. Also, there's that bird right there. He pointed to the window. Outside, a dove was plucking its own feathers. Screeching and beating itself with its own wings. The men watched and horrified silence until the wise men agreed. Yeah, that feels like a sign. He should look in the mirror. Real quickly, king David, according to legend, had a magical mirror, which he could see anyone or anything. I can't seem to find out where he got the mirror, angels seem like a safe guess, so let's say it's angels. Probably because of the massive privacy concerns, only David was allowed to look in the mirror. Until now, the wise men crowded around, and they all saw the olive press, with a hand sticking out from under it, but the hand was moving. David was somehow still alive. It was a miracle, then they moved the mirror, so it was kind of like a cool augmented reality deal. The ground shook as the giant, the brother to Goliath, stood over the olive press, laughing maniacally. Well, it looks like they knew the perpetrator. The wise men said that abishai had wanted to look in the mirror, now he needed to fix it. Steeled himself. All right. He would do it. He would save the king or die trying. Orpa sat outside her son's place. She had been called earlier this morning. It had been a hard few years losing her boy Goliath. She always told him, go easy on the conquering, but he never listened. She wasn't thrilled about her other son dropping olive presses on kings, but she didn't want to be too critical and drive him away. Though she was worried that he was starting down the same path as Goliath. Still, she would come and support him and celebrate him today, because he apparently had killed their families greatest enemy. Then she heard galloping. Someone was approaching. Orpa stood. Hi, but private property, please turn around, but have a shy didn't. He kept galloping forward on David's mare. Orpa said, find a warning. Shoe be forced to act and flick her knitting needle at him, which didn't sound like much, but she was a giant, so that thing was like a spear. Abishai kept galloping at her. All right, sorry about this. But you've been warned, she said, and flicked the knitting needle. It thudded into the dirt just in front of the man, like a spear. He leaned down from his horse as galloped, wrenching the giant's knitting needle from the ground. Both abishai and orpa thought that that move was pretty cool. But it was the final thought that orpa had before the needy needle impaled her. I like to think that abishai was nearly as surprised as our brother. That actually worked. But he didn't have time to congratulate himself. The giant, who had lost his brother long ago, and now his mother came bounding out. He looked at his mother in horror and screwed up his face and rage. He would destroy this little guy. Then he looked at the olive press with the arms sticking out from underneath. The giant grin, he would kill David's friend with David's body. That would maybe approach the same level of traumatizing as losing your mother to a knitting needle. The giant lifted the olive press. Pole David from the ground, and shrieked. When David said, hi, the giant glowered at David and for a moment, wondered how the king was still alive. Did he learn from his brother's lesson and attack David instantly? He did not. Instead, he did the budding super villain thing, where he planned an overly complicated, drawn out death. Still gripping David's ankle. The giant took out his own spear and stuck at point up in the ground in front of him. Then, he tossed David right up in the air above the spear and smirked. His plan was that David would tumble down and impale himself on the spear, which maybe I personally can't get a piece of popcorn in my mouth by throwing it up in the air, but maybe the giant knew he could do this. It seems like kind of a risky gambit if David's friend is galloping toward you, though. Especially if that friend knows the ineffable name of God. Ineffable means not to be uttered or too great to be uttered. And it's thought by some people of Jewish faith that you shouldn't or can't say God's true name. There's a lot more there that doesn't really relate to our story. Suffice to say, in our story at least, the name carries power because abishai said it. I don't know if in our story, the word functioned as something of a magic word or if abishai was crying out to God in the most personal attention grabbing way possible, saying that the king of the Israelites was about to die in a convoluted, overly long Bond villain esque way. Whatever it was, it worked, and David froze in midair. The giant was stunned. Abishai was in awe for only a moment, calling on God to please meet him halfway with David. There was still a murderous giant. David floated towards abishai, and the man galloped until he snagged his king by the foot. David probably dropped down and rode behind the guy on the horse. Though it's kind of fun to think about abishai playing him along like a king balloon. Regardless, the giant, Goliath's brother, wasn't going to let him go. He picked up the olive press and bounded off and a run to throw it at the men. The only problem was, was that he was so eager to crush them under the olive press, again, that he forgot about the spear he planted point up. He noticed it and skirted around at the last minute. But lost his footing. And the olive press he meant for his enemies ended up on him. On the way back, balloon king David thanked abishai. And God. For their faithfulness. The mirror of king David stayed with him. His son and on down the line, when the Israelis experienced hardship, and were driven from their home, the mere stayed safe. By the 16th century, everyone thought the mirror was lost to legend. Everyone, that is, except rabbi Adam. But.
"abishai" Discussed on Latest Sunday Audio
"But it was. And then you have the record of this murder, the set up, described there. Since interesting, we don't really have description of clothing and everything by and large, but here the soldiers garment had a belt. There was a sword, fastened on his thigh. As he went forward, it fell out. We can't tell from the text, whether it fell out purposefully, or whether to fall out inadvertently, but there is no question that if it happened inadvertently, he scooped it up quickly, and as he did, so he had it in his left hand and with his right hand, he lays hold of a masser. And in eastern fashion, he takes hold of his beard, as if to give him a kiss. And he says, and how is it going with you? How are you? Fast forward a thousand years to a garden and get so many and the traitor comes and he embraces Jesus the king and the king says would you would you betray me with a kiss? How are you doing? He doesn't care how he's doing. He has a plan. Joep has his own reasons for wanting to eliminate a Massa. He does so swiftly, silently, and mercilessly. And there he lies in a pool of blood. One of George's young man is given the responsibility to try and make sure that the people fall in in pursuit of job and abish eye. Notice the sentence there at the very end of first ten, then job and abishai his brother pursued she by the son of bakery. I mean, the cold hearted brutality of it is quite immense, isn't it? That he kills him with one blow. It's a devastating impact. And he turns around and he says to his brother, okay, let's go. We've got to get Shiva. Meanwhile, what happens is the precursor to what we refer to now on the freeway as rubber necking..
"abishai" Discussed on TSACP
"A lear yeah you know and now the reason i notice it is because of what happened to me so i'll notice it more because i was sexually abuse so i'm going to pick that up and i'm gonna look for those leaders because i don't want to be placed in the position that this would ever happen to me again right right not. I'm not saying not every black girl notices that. It's only because of what happened that i notice it right and and again because i notice it because of what happened i notice it with my daughters who are now like tweens and teens young teen and young tweens. So and i'll just my daughter's but other girls who are there in their great right so it's What's interesting though in their generation is that they have this sense of ownership that they understand that. And i think for our kids because we've had conversation about racism and everything like that things like take talk and the conversations they have with technology has really educated them on these on like understanding. That if someone looks at you like that it's and just because leering is not an acceptable form of communication at all right and what you wear is not on you that the fact that the person is leering at you right right mean. There's this great sense that our daughters have. I'm like they're like they shouldn't be looking at me. And i could wear what the fuck i want. You don't see what the fuck out a lot. But you know what i mean. They're saying inside s. Yeah so yeah. I thought this was important to kinda like talk about that and i think more people really need to understand it in canada. It's a problem for a lot of girl. Like indigenous girls black girls girls of color and we we tend to continue to look at the the young the white girls like they're the innocent and they're they're still children and it's unfortunate that a lot of girls bipasha girls are not seeing that way you when they're actually children nine twelve thirteen. You know. it's yeah it's fucked up. Yeah but i'm at the same time. Happy that our kids generation that we have these conversation that there's information out there for them to understand that that there's languages when it comes to consent real And it's relieving to see that that generation they're going to be okay because they understand boundaries they understand consent and understand that it is not their responsibility on how miss. Hey yeah there's less support and What's the word i'm looking for. There's less support in normalization of behavior. Yeah yeah yeah exactly. That's it for the new new a lot now. I'm glad you shared it. Thank you so much creatures to now. Go get your bible app surly back because this is the part of the shirley and podcast where share with eleven my life and you the listener. I've learned in read in the bible so far comparative by trying to make it sound eddie. Last time we heard about sheba getting decapitated david putting his concubines in jail for life and joab killing his cousin amata what we are doing chapter twenty one today at the players. Today are the king david themselves. The dod you deal presenting has not prevented For quite a while. He's kinda saving so also the players. Tonight are the give people a philistine giant name. Ashby banaba and david's brother. I'm shy cat down there on air on getting it. This second book of samuel chapter twenty. One i call this one giants and warriors. Okay so from yesterday Wanted to be quick correction before we get started. I'd be shy is actually david's nephew. Okay yes so you mentioned it up there. I said david's brother. Abishai abishai is actually david's nephew Yeah okay so just a quick correction so from black. Some time has passed and now open on a montage of the people of israel who are starving. the whole area has been plagued with a famine We end the mon- ties with david. Who is praying to god to see what's up and his all like. Hey it's david and we're marv as fuck down here. Tell me what. I need to do to fix this. So god was not really feeling david right now and was on like well david. If you must know it's because of all the bullshit saw got into and specifically because he killed all those nights back in the day. So david sends a messenger to parlay with the nights and turns out the gimme. Nights weren't anti dash money when it comes to reconciliation at. I give you nights where being modest about not wanting to kill any israelites. But david insisted turns out. They wanted all of sauce sons so that they could impale them as a sacrifice to god and for tone mint from what solid did to them. David agrees to hand over. All seven suns including the chef. Visit but doesn't mush. So on the first day of the harvest they were all impaled and once they were dead they were stacked in a pile on the side of the hill so god could see them clearly. Just then ripa. Who was able chefs mother. And one of saul's concubines goes to the hillside with burlap sack and places on iraq. So that she can lay shuwei on the fly on all the vultures and crows from you know eating up the bodies so when david heard about rizza and what she was doing he started to feel bad so david decides to go get saul and jonathan bones from where they were killed before and add them to the bones of all saul's sons who were just impaled so that they could be buried properly and in peace with each other ones on the bones are buried properly. The rain started to fall and god answered. Everyone's prayer to end the famine. Oh that's simple yup. that simple. I'm scared we to sacrifice a bunch of people but simple shit cut to battle taking place. There's there it is. There's the blood cut to battle taking place between israel and the philistines once again. Okay we know now. The david has been fighting on the battlefield along with his army of israelites. And since he's getting older it became harder and harder for him to keep up when the fighting would break out. Who who david david gaining older. Yeah and so. He's a hard time keeping up when he's in battle o the so when he went to battle. He's always there. Oh yeah sometimes Sometimes yeah sometimes he stays back. Who knows depends what he's feeling like that day so again no right. All this war stuff is exactly so now we cut to a warrior named igby banab. Who was super jack for a fight against david. It was all.
"abishai" Discussed on TSACP
"Aaron aaron aaron get into this second book of samuel chapter. Twenty one i call this one giants and warriors. The we'd guys are they're just so you know mean the grass cutters grass. The grass can take care of lawn care specialists. Take care of me grasp. Pretty burs okay. So from yesterday. I wanted to make a quick correction before we get started. Be shy is actually david's nephew. Okay yes so you mentioned it up there. I said david's brother. Abishai abishai is actually david's nephew. Y- okay so there's just a quick correction so from black. Some time has passed and now we opened on a montage of the people of israel who are starving. the whole area has been plagued with a famine We end the montage with david. Who was praying to god to see what's up and his all lake. Hey got it's david and we're marv as fuck down here. Tell me what. I need to do to fix this. So god was not really feeling david right now and was on like david. If you must know it's because of all the bullshit saw got into and specifically because he killed all those nights back in the day. So david sends a message messenger to parlay with the nights and turns out. The givi nights weren't anti dash money when it comes to reconciliation at first the gimme nights where being modest about not wanting to kill any israelites. But david insisted turns out they wanted all of sauce sons so that they could impale them as a sacrifice to god and for tone mint from what saul did to them. David agrees to hand over. All seven. Suns including official chef. Visit but doesn't mush. So on the first day of the harvest they were all impaled and once they were dead they were stacked in a pile on the side of a hill so god could see them clearly. Just then ripa. Who was people chefs mother. And one of saul's concubines goes to the hillside with burlap sack and places on iraq. So that she can lay shuwei on the fly on all the vultures and crows from eating up the bodies so when david heard about rizza and what she was doing he started to feel bad so david decides to go get song in jonathan bones from where they were killed before and add them to the bones of all sal sons who were just impaled so that they could be buried properly and in peace with each other ones on the bones are buried properly. The rain started to fall and god answered. Everyone's prayer to end the famine. Oh that's simple. Yep that simple. I'm scared sacrifice. A bunch of people but simple shit cut to battle taking place there. It is there's the blood cut to battle taking place between israel and the philistines. Once again we find out now. The david has been fighting on the battlefield along with his army of israelites. And since he's getting older it became harder and harder for him to keep up when the fighting would break out. Who who who. David david gaining older. Yeah and so. He's a hard time keeping up when when he's in battle when you went to battle. He's always there. Oh yeah sometimes yeah. Sometimes he stays back. Who knows what. He's feeling like that day so again. No right all this war stuff is exactly so now. We cut to a warrior named ashby banab. Who was super jacked up for a fight against david and it was all like to hey comma out and blasted so it'd be benign supposedly had a spirit that had a tip on it that wait almost eight pounds and he also had a shining sword to kill david with. He's bought david in the fight and starts running towards him once he's in range he attacks david. David is fighting off another soldier. David's brother shy. Wait nephew correction. Wanted to be the other way round. Who knows so shy. Who was fighting next to. David saw the philistine honing in on david and was able to kill him before he made it. David let's see Abishai turns the dave is like whoa dow a super close. You're slipping david and you probably should stay home from now on you know so you don't get killed and abandoned the people of israel and shit After the battle with the philistines ended another one broke out in a place called gob. This time philistines brought giants giants. Yeah one of those giants was goliaths. Brother ended up being killed by a guy named l. Hanan oud yeah. After that battle another one broke out in a place called gaffe many battles giant in his and he was so big that he had six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot to being. Okay that's a lot that's a lie. That's a lot about the penises in the hands. That's in the bible a giant with twenty four digits. Wow yeah so dave's brother. Jonathan ended up killing Killing that goliaths brother the giant with six fingers and six hands David's brother jonathan ended up killing him. The chapter ends by telling us that the israelites won the battles with the philistine giants and managed to kill them all. Okay yeah that's the end of chapter twenty one so Some fun facts. If my sound thing up do now you're like lose it. Say the david they like. Was that a giant. Come out right Creep so polly activity Is a deformity in which the hand has one or more extra fingers in any of three places of the hand on the smaller finger side on the thumb side or on the middle of the hand. This condition is one of the most common congenital hand defects affecting about one in every five hundred thousand babies. Usually only one of child's hand is affected. African american children are more likely to have an extra little finger. While asians and caucasians are more likely to have an extra thumb way. What that's what i'm saying..
"abishai" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast
"Kind of like look into a little bit further right so we fade from black and we open on david standing beside joab abishai. And it's david tells them that he is dividing his army into three groups and that they will each be in charge of one once they understood. David felt proud and was all like awesome. Great you each are in charge of the third of my army. And i'll be with you when we roll out on absalon so is three commanders. Were a little surprised by this and hesitated a little. And we're all like bro union to hang back the tone shifted to feel more urgent and they were all like just one of you is worth ten thousand of us. You'll be the number one target if you roll with us tomorrow you to stay and give orders from inside the city so david lose commanders and can see they are all nodding in agreement so david takes a deep breath and is all like i. Guess if you guys think that's best. I'll stay back then. So david accompanied his commanders to the city gates as they were leaving and was all like guys. Try to take it. Easy absalon mckay. I know he's on murdering she right now. But you know my son and all so. The entire army was instructed to try and avoid hurting too badly cut to a place called the f frame. The forest of f. Rain and shit is popping off big time need was a huge mess of a fight and over. Twenty thousand men died there that day..
"abishai" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast
"Do. Let's do some reaches out to his right. So this is the part of the shirley and podcast share with some love of my life. And you listen to what. I what i read the bible so far and paying you by trying to make it sound edgy instead the bible is as sparkling yes it is what people act why did eight brutal now. Realizing like wow. I can make a trigger warning now. Thrift popcorn later draw its original reality show but more than likely going to talk about genocide fucking so. We're doing the second book had the sixteen. And the last time we heard about david leaving his concubines behind as he ran away from absolute and aslam taking jerusalem all right so super hot. He's big he's all over the place he's like fifty chariots long. Kind of dick. You're in charge on my man. Okay excuse me. My dick needs to come through. Excuse me all right. So i call this one right out in the open Same chevy sixteen. We've made from black. And we can see that david and his people are just now coming over the top of mount olive where they run into. David's old buddy ziba. Ziba had two donkeys with him which were carrying a shit food when david sees zeba. He's all exhibits that you. What are you doing with all this food zebu. Yeah to me and the donkeys are for you and your family in case you get tired. The food is for eating there. You wanna tell me a an exile king with a raiding party in the oh. We saw our friend zubaydah egypt. She was like right there for us. It's amazing that he broke the shit out of his like the surrounded him like three hundred troops and was like. Oh yeah this offer you my king holy not fuck inside it without sean. So he continued saying the food is for eating and the wine is to help stay hydrated. So david was amused and puzzled and was like didn't they tell you. And your servants to work for amphibole chef. Ziebel looked at him. A little frustrated was all like man. I tried and it was fine until absalom started his shit and he went back to live in jerusalem. Because he's convinced you're gonna take it back at some point. David shook his head and was like. Wow okay tell you what you can keep all his shit. Zeba was very thankful to david. Forgiving him all this stuff now. Follow david for bid as he and his people are traveling when someone named shimmy comes out and he is not a fan of david he started to follow david and it was yelling all kinds of shit. He was also throwing rocks at david. Wow while he was cursing him. Oh she was yelling. Shit like you murderer. This is what you get. You thought you could get away with no way man. God saw what you did and it's making you pay david's the fucking worse and when you have you established that yet fuck oh go library me. So i looked in motherfucker. I looked at this kids. Bibles to see like how are they telling these stories in children's bible go four. They're skipping them giving the only elias. David children's bibles don't have like the chapters or the verse number. You have the story and the right. Yeah so they just cut out all the stories genocide a all right so let's see as throwing rocks at him and shit. Okay so just then. Abishai rolls up on david and his all like you want me to smoke this guy right. I'm surprised he's not smoked. Dollar like from the first rock. David don't sweat it fan. He's just doing what god told him to do. My son is trying to kill me. And you think i should be worried about this guy. Just ignore them and maybe god will change his mind on the curses so david and his buddies just kept walking as this guy kept show to get them and throwing stones victory late. You see one. And that's because in Near eastern culture that because that guy was doing that so this is a weird thing what that guy was doing was the former near eastern protests and by throwing the rocks and throwing those curses at him. He was trying to get david the proof. He was the things he said he was. Oh yeah so. That's what he's doing what he's trying to. He's like you're talking murderer. And i'm gonna prove it pastor you until you do it all right. Let's see what david does okay. So we cut to app som- who is with a hip of fell and they're watching all the people of israel pile into jerusalem just then who shows up all officious and is all like yes absalon. You are the king of everything. So absalon was super suspicious about this entrance and was all. I know it suspicious. That i said first century when it was like fucking lebron's air continue back to the bronze era so suspicious about this engines and was all own. Look it's who. I thought you were all tight with david and shit. What gives suicide took a bow and was like oh no sir. I am loyal to the people of israel. And should i be serving the son of the king who is now the king off. He's like make israel greater dan. Weasel mad. I think he's just going to be like sitting in the sideline like let's see how this goes. I'll go to whoever wins so absolutely was convinced by this. And while looking at his shy he leaned over to a hit the fell and was aha. Okay man he seems cool. What should we do right now. A hip fell. Get super excited by. This question is all i bro. I thought you'd never ask. You need to go. And have a giant public orgy with all your dad's concubines info piling into jerusalem. This way they know very sure that your the number one issue around here. Just don't give a fuck we. That's that's the bible. I pitched a tent for go ahead. You can't if you're holding on you don't let go if you ask the question going through this and know that this dodds fucking words charlene all right. This is john word. The.
"abishai" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I congratulate you. Fuck in great. Yeah i really liked that. That reggae style like vocalist straight. I mean that goes back to the origin of of a lot of of this kind of music dance music. Totally reggae dub. Yeah we touched on that. I think on the sidetrack episode for tosca that we did but yeah Another example of like You know how how they hold his that now that he's saying they just kind of loop it really affect us goal Again put you in a trance. Hold on here dude sorry Look at your screen wikipedia. Track nine keyboards by desmond williams. That mean anything to you. Doesn't it really need like an He's a downturn artist. Man i might actually be bringing one of his strikes to down to mix tape dude. Yeah cool he's also keyboard player and guess what he shows up on the elemental chill records at think. He's on a couple of them actually. Well this is also cold. Look at that bill to home daughter of jagged of gibson governor to talk about a famous boss inova. So what's happening right now. Everybody listening is that we're looking at the track list commenting on the vocalists and stuff that show up. Yeah and the other musicians show up on this record but A couple of tracks that were singles Had some cool musicians backing the the track and one of them was a song called so Abishai man she says in the song. So come vo say i talking. Track seven it features by bell gilbert. Oh and if you know anything about jazz gilbert oh should ring a bell to you that's You know. Get some girl. Burto in boulder me banana yam Gilbert oh is The mother of abell koper toe which is really cool. We could just play it even single. He wanted to play it. We make the rules around here brother. That's right that's right all right. Let's listen to trump. This is actually a really good example of a another. Another side of this record Because you know. Indra and illumination had some sort of middle eastern flair to it Barrio alto had sort of spanish player to last night. He just played had that reggae. Dub sort of influence. Here's another track. That's gonna future some more more. Traditional jazz sounds to its area.
"abishai" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast
"Glitches bibles no all right. So you got your bible It's time for bibles is the part of the podcast where i share with surly new listener. What i've read in the bible impaired you by trying to make it sound good. Look bit more closed so Yeah we're gonna do I samuel chapter Twenty sixteen and last time. We heard about david applying some muscle tone about and we heard about god's killing the ball after abigail got him all caught up and david entering a poly-amorous relationship with abigail. And i love. It's his second wife sister wife. Pardon me this one. Just a second baby and the players tonight or a couple of fight. Messengers saw damon his buddy abby shy and abner one of saul's military leaders. I talk so i want something. What we get started up They're coming first. Lecture tactic time we saw died. Yeah it wasn't saul was. It wasn't saw that. I was a copy and paste hair on my part. It was samuel. That died samuel writes. A sanyal is According to learn religious dot com samuel was was known for being a profit and judge over israel and was instrumental in the establishment of israel's monarchy. God specifically chose him to anoint council. Israel's kings jimmer longtime ago we Went through chapter a camera which book was made them in the book of samuel. But we're Yes we're where he was given to a priest named ally to be raised as a super godly dude. Who was who was. David know that sanyal late was given to a prophet to priests named would raise. Priests like that's what he did right. Okay okay so the funeral last chapter. It was samuel samuel. It's okay yeah got it. So we're the first book of samuel. So that's a much more important debt. Because it's the book of samuel god not the book of saul right so samuel's father was al qaeda and his mother was hannah. He has two sons joel in asia. his hometown is rama and Let's see two yet. His sos occupation was priest judge prophet slash sear and called One of god's anointed king's Saw is not dead okay. Okay okay. Sal is not that all cleared up. Okay was samuel choked. Eric so i call this chapter chapter twenty six stop coming from you already know boy so we fade from black and we are inside a tent with saul and his army leaders. We can't really make with. The army leaders are saying but we see that saul is listening intently. All of them. Okay just then to fight messengers show up in the tent and tell saul that they know we're david is so saga sets up and gives order to prepare his three thousand man army to start moving but okay but i thought they cried it out and god long. Yeah so did everybody else. Yeah so now. We cut to david. Who is hearing rumors. That psalm knows where he is and he's coming to kill him. Wow so davidson Since a couple of scouts Who ended up returning to confirm that saul is in fact on his way so david dan figures that saw is going to have to start setting up a bivouac for his army soon so he rounds up some of his friends to head over to solve temporary camp. Once they got to saul's camp. David see that saul was sleeping next to his spear and a jug of water. You know this is a this is so funny to me because this is twice that david had opportunity to kill saul. And he's not taking it. I have a feeling he's not gonna take it again in this one. May who knows. We'll see when you continue right but then sal- like still going for david. You're still coming for him right jerk. So yes so solid sleeping next to his spirit in a jug of water but was also surrounded by a bunch of soldiers so the two guys that followed david were a himalayan the priest and some guy name abishai. Shy sedated looks at them with urgency and whispers alike. I gotta get up close. Saw are both you guys coming with me. And i be back all lake. You can count on me for sure. So david Abishai head over to saul while a himalayan. You just kinda hand hangs back. Once they get past all assaults guard they could see that abby shy was getting excited and was like he was all like damage show. You need to calm down. So i wish i it was all like all. I want to kill him so bad. God is going to keep giving you these chances. I bet i could kill him with do stabs from his spear and pin him to the ground at the same time david grabby shoulders and his all. We can't do that. he was chosen. My god god would be wicked mad if we heard him. Don't worry one way or another god. Will kim not us. Let's just grab a spear and juggle water and get the bunker here now. We find out that god help. Keep all the soldiers asleep while david and abbey where rummaging around sol's bivouac okay so david takes the spear and pot of water on top of a hill where he can see saul's entire army he then starts calling for one of saws military leaders named abner and he's all egg who come on out. I need to show you something. So i am near come stumbling out of his tent and his all like who the house out there calling my name like that so david was all day or he is. That's the big man who almost let someone murder your king a king that was appointed by god. You should dive relenting someone take your home. He's beer and water while they're sleeping. Wait this is david saying that abner asner is like you could say kind of like saul security. Do right cia. Just doing your job. I'm here right. So once david was finish saying what he was saying saul recognizes. David's voice and walks out of his hand he did. Is.
"abishai" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"abishai" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Hi i'm your host stress from another busy and i'm really excited to welcome to the of bus podcast today away from montreal in canada yara stack whose co founder of inbox done and log mastermind. Welcome to the another bus podcast yaro. It's a real privilege to have is guest. Thanks for having me your happy to be here. Get in showy. Who is our guest on episode. Three hundred fifteen of the another bus. Podcasts suggested that we get you on. Have a conversation with us he. He can't refer to him. Now when i recommend. Okay yes so the circle one is probably not the best way to do it and now you started a blog and a podcast batting two thousand and five in that kind of evolved into the business that you have now. So i'm really came to dig more into that always. I think i was listening to podcast in two thousand and five. But i had no idea that i would end up starting one and it didn't occur to me at the time to actually digging and figure out how to do it Your current online coast lug mastermind I think you started with four hundred students. I'm not sure where you're at with right now. But that's that's obviously run quite a lot and Coding to you one of profiles you've got thousands of people have signed up for courses over the years for books joined the laptop lol academy which is something i know you're passionate about traveling the world and working from anyway so i'm really looking forward to digging into all of that now. One of the things are locked to stop with his. When you kinda started on this journey writing a blog and doing some work on the internet and nearly dies. Did it ever occur to you to abandon that and actually go to the normal routines that perhaps are expected by society of starting a job with the big company off the off year studies. Well i mean that was the fear that that was the thing i was running away from so i did think about it. You know it was always. I guess the fall back if you have make a business work or some kind of freelancing side-hustle And you know when you're eighteen. Because i started online eighteen. I had so little confidence in myself to run a business that there was always the idea. Yeah i'll have a job. i did. I had a part time or casual jobs all the way up. Go about twenty four twenty five years old as most people do while i built my early business projects on the side. Sometimes while at work. I should say as well back in the day so no it was. It was the thing i was running away from. I i call it a nightmare in some ways. Happy go to work. So he's trying to avoid it so in in those early as you mentioned that you didn't really have the confidence that bap she Choi today the How did you navigate. Oh how did you keep yourself moving forward. In all the ups and downs that inevitably would have come. You know it. That's probably the hardest part to be honest. I think people get caught up so much in. The technical side is strategic side now getting an audience or creating a product. But i think the real challenges is that so especially at the start abishai. I was a mass to house. The honest probably the ages of eighteen twenty five I had some income coming in. I doubt myself when..
"abishai" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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