35 Burst results for "Adamant"
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Steve Gill: Tennessee to Ban Gender Transition Procedures for Minors
"Gil joining us as well, and Steve on another big issue in Tennessee. The state poised to become the first in the nation the first in the nation to implement a ban on these gender transition surgeries for minors. Yeah, I think there are a lot of disturbing things about this. The permanency of these surgeries on minors that you have somebody from Vanderbilt university actually commenting about how it's a money maker for them. So the profit motive, the permanency of these dramatic decisions at very, very young ages for these kids, whether it's their parents making the decision from some sort of a perverted approach by them or whether it's these ten, 12 year old kids saying, well, I think I really feel like a girl or a boy, the permanence is disturbing, but to me, Todd, what's more disturbing is that the Democratic Party as a party is so embracing these sorts of just disgusting approaches to how we handle mental health issues. And the same thing is with the drag shows for children. I mean, if adults want to dress like a woman and cavort and gyrate and do these perverted dances for other adults, you know, I'm not happy with that, but that's their own business. But when they seem absolutely dedicated to doing it in front of young children to bring in their perverted performances to young children, that's disgusting, but what's more disgusting is that the Democratic Party is such morally depraved as a party that they are defending the drag shows. They are defending these permanent surgeries for young children who clearly have mental health issues. And I think this is a bigger story than just the perversion that is taking place in our society. It's that the Democratic Party is so adamant about defending it.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Riley Gaines: NCAA Reduced a Victory to a Photo Opp for Lia Thomas
"I remember seeing you and the photographs and of you standing up there on the winter's podiums and just looking at this at this guy, and I understand, if I recall the story correctly, they gave him the trophy and they said, yeah, we're going to send yours in the mail. Correct. So we actually tied the exact same time down to the hundredth of a second, which now looking back, I think God put me in that place for this to inspire how it has. But we tried and we go behind the awards podium in the NAA official looks at me and says, great job, you guys tied. We only have one trophy. It's going to go to Leah. And so I quickly questioned this, which I could tell he obviously wasn't prepared for. And so when I asked him why he was adamant on giving the trophy to Leah, he told me that Leah had to have it for a photo focuses. And so I knew what had occurred the wrong in terms of the competition and walk room. But when I heard that Leah had to have it for a picture, it felt like we as female athletes had been reduced to a photo op. It was almost as if everything that we had dedicated our lives to an organization we've dedicated our lives to the NCAA, we're so quick to turn their back on us to validate the feelings and the identity of a man. At the expense of us and our feelings in our identity, which was just beyond me and that's when it really became apparent that someone needed to speak out about this and it kind of hit me that because truthfully I was waiting for someone else too. I thought surely a coach or someone I was just relying on someone else, but it hit me that if we as female athletes weren't willing to stick up for ourselves, how could we necessarily expect someone else to stick up for us? Riley, I
Dennis Prager Podcasts
How Often Do You Talk to Your Adult Children?
"One of life's interesting questions. There are many. The there was a very interesting call the last call. Where she spoke about their regular contact, and I finally pinned her as they would say, and she admitted she wishes that they would call more she does the calling. In my case, my parents lived 89 and 96, respectively, I was the caller. And most of the time, not all. My kids were the callers. But I'm not adamant if I really, if I just want to say, hi, it called.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Alleged Rapist Danny Masterson Is Off the Hook
"And in really disappointing and shitty news, the case against saint Ginger haired rape obsessed actor Danny Masterson ended in a mistrial, the jury said they were unable to reach a verdict on any of the three criminal counts that this jerk off stays, I mean, you just look at him and you know he's guilty. Just looking at him and you know the 6 man 6 woman panel told LA superior court judge Charlene almeida that we're stuck after thorough and considerable discussion. It's clear that we as jurors are adamant about maintaining our individual positions on each of these three counts. So the judge formally declared a mistrial, which is something I was nervous about because that's what the Church of Scientology really wanted since day one of this testimony back in late October. There was a retrial date of March 17th. Back to the penciled in, meanwhile, masters in history on $3.3 million bail, there'll be a hearing set for January 10th, but likely before that, the act is defense team plans to file to have all the charges tossed out. And that move is based on the inclination of the jury made public just yesterday. The jurors spoke the downtown LA clot room, and they said they were deeply divided on all these three counts. On count one, it was ten to two for not guilty. Count two saw 8 going for not guilty for for guilty. And count three was 7 for guilty. I'm so 7 for not guilty 5 for guilty. Now all the Jane does can look forward to is getting down to business with the civil suit that was put on pause. That's not really what they wanted the most. They wanted Danny Masterson to serve jail time and maybe understand what rape really feels like, but maybe just maybe he could be ruined financially in a civil suit. That would be considered a moral victory,
Bloomberg Radio New York
"adamant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Starting Monday, hearing aids will be sold over the counter without a fitting from a doctor, it's seen as a positive move from those in the audiology industry. Jackie Clark teaches at the University of Texas in Dallas and says the availability will also work to reduce the stigma surrounding hearing aids. It will actually sensitize people, recognizing maybe I do have a hearing problem. But she warns the consumers need to do their research because there will be plenty of options available. Herschel Walker is adamant reports he paid for an ex-girlfriend's abortion or false. The topic of abortion was brought up. At the highly anticipated debate between democratic U.S. senator Raphael Warnock and his Republican challenger Friday, with walker denying his support of a complete ban. And I say I support the Georgia heartbeat bill because that's the bill of the people from governor Kemp. And I said, that hasn't changed in it. We're not said that the decision should be done in the room between a woman and her doctor. Wisconsin's democratic governor Tony Evers and Republican challenger Tim Michaels traded barbs in their only debate Friday night in Madison, both candidates repeatedly worked to paint their opponent as too radical, both beavers and Michael said they would certify the results of the next presidential election, a marquette law school poll earlier this month, shows that race nearly deadlocked. Authorities plan to charge the 15 year old Ronald North Carolina shooting suspect as an adult, wake county district attorney, Lauren Freeman, says her office has filed petitions to transfer the case to superior court. The unidentified suspect remains hospitalized in critical condition, at least 5 people were killed two others were injured during that shooting. Halloween ends is bringing in over $5 million from Thursday previews. That number is up 11% from last year's Halloween kills previews. The new film is set to make close to $55 million at the domestic box office this weekend. It's also available for streaming on peacock this weekend. I'm Brad Siegel. A woman in California has been fired from her job because of a TikTok video. Julie Ryan has more. The video showed coffee spilling all over the counter after she forgot to put her mug underneath the coffee maker. The coffee spill isn't what got 24 year old Michelle cerna fired. It was the work meeting playing on her laptop in another room that got her in trouble. Serna said she didn't realize the meeting could be heard in the video until she was called into the human resources office and fired. The company let her go because she didn't get consent from her coworkers or the company for recording a confidential conversation and for making a social media video during work. Cerna said rejection is redirection and has started her own company. I'm Julie Ryan. The race to replace Ohio senator rob Portman is neck and neck. Lisa Taylor has more. Recent polls show less than a one point spread between democratic candidate Tim Ryan and his Republican challenger JD Vance. That's within the margin of error, making the race too close to call. Next month's Ohio Senate race is being closely watched by Americans because it's one of just a few that will decide which political party controls the U.S. Senate in 2023. I am Lisa Taylor. The
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Activist Felicia Killings Joins Dinesh to Talk About Black History
"Guys, I'm really thrilled to welcome to the podcast. Well, a new face, Felicia killings. She's an award winning coach, bestselling author, CEO of the Felicia killings foundation. She's also the CEO of something called the conscious conservative movement, a kind of national outreach group that bridges the gap between black voters and conservative politics. I've been following Felicia on social media and I think that behind what she's saying is a very interesting and important philosophy. And I wanted to bring her on the podcast to talk a little bit about it. Felicia, it's great to meet you virtually through the studio. Tell people a little bit about who you are and talk a little bit about how you developed the philosophy that you're putting forward in your motivational speaking, your writing and your coaching. Well, first, thank you so much for having me on your show. It's such an honor to be here. Blessings to you and your following. I am coach Felicia killings, like you said the founder of the foundation as well as the conscious conservative movement. And to answer your question, my philosophy was developed really from my father's upbringing. All we know is black conservatism. I've only done my father to vote Republican. And back home, this was kind of an anomaly, which is pretty much typical of today's black Republicans, but he was very much so adamant about conservatism using conservative politics as the best solution for solving our problems, but he never taught me to disassociate from being black. We love and appreciate the culture, the history. We can see conservatism fully represented in all the things that we do. And so for that reason we can continue to bring that same message to my platform, the conservative bank.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Christa Helm Was Playing With Fire Before Her Murder
"There was a thing back then, make yourself relevant, go to the right parties, you'll make it. And when she went to these parties, she made people like Warren Beatty. She met Mick Jagger. She met the Shah of Iran. And she made a man named Bernie cornfield. His name you'd never think stands out within Jagger Beatty and the Shah. Iran, but Bernie kleinfeld had at a time in LA. Now Chris the helm slept but he was a guy who was in money to finance here. But Krista slept with some of the men and women she met along the way. Word like that gets around. Her sex life probably would have been irrelevant except for the fact that she kept a not so secret love diary filled with the names of people she screwed, even a rating system. This is never a good idea. Writing shit down on paper may make the wrong guy nervous. So instead of keeping that information private, she would talk about her diary and the secret tape recording she made with many of her friends. And some of her friends warned her, you got to be careful. You know, people don't want to be in these recordings. They don't want to know about this, man. This is very dangerous. One of her friends was really adamant about it and she knew it was dangerous and she thought Christa was playing with fire, especially because people believed the famed seeking actress was getting ready to blackmail some of her lovers. That's desperation. At some point, Christie tells her friend that she'd gotten into something deep and she needed to stay off the radar for a while. This is February 12th, 1977, 5 days before she was killed before her dead body is found outside of her agent's home in West Hollywood. And given the fact that she had multiple stab wounds, authorities believed it was a crime of passion. That the murderer probably knew helm. Didn't make the case any easier though, as several people might have wanted to kill a due to her complicated life.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Why Harry Truman Refused to Drop the Atomic Bomb
"I love the conversational style that Truman uses here. He says, now once in a while, I'll get a letter from some impatient person asking, why don't we get it over with? Why don't we issue an ultimatum make all out war drop the atomic bomb? And for most Americans, the answer is quite simple. We're not made that way. We're a moral people, pieces are gold with justice and freedom. We can not of our very free will violate the principles that we are striving to defend. The whole purpose of what we're doing to prevent World War three, starting a war is no way to make peace. An interesting point of view there because, again, he viewed the involvement in Korea. He viewed the involvement of the use or non use of the atomic bomb, was that they were trying to avoid a war. And at this point in time, the lord had lived with the world he lived 8 years without any kind of other nuclear devices being used, atomic device being used, and he viewed that as a success. Now he also was very adamant in saying that, look, using these devices would end the Cold War. It would end the communists with me, but it also end hours as well. He understood that the forming doctrine of mutually assured destruction and that was what was coming on.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
What Does the Bible Say About the Treatment of Animals?
"Do you realize that that is controversial? What I just said is massively controversial, humans are more important. Another insight I got from my religious upbringing that human beings are created in God's image, neither dinosaurs, nor dogs are. That the now, I am adamant, have always been, as is my religion, that mistreatment of animals is a major sin. In my Bible commentary, the rational Bible, third volume of which is coming out in October. I note how often the Torah, the first 5 books, the 5 books of boses, the pentateuch, whatever you want to call it. Have laws about the decent treatment of animals. Almost no, no one thinks about this, including people who know their Bible really, really well. That humane treatment of animals is in the ten commandments. The central moral law of civilization.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Eric Chats With Freedom Fest Founder Mark Skousen
"I don't normally debate, but I do a lot of speaking and I'm excited about freedom fest and I'm excited about the fact that I have the founder, the man behind the whole thing, Mark scows and is my guest right now, Mark. Welcome back. Well, thank you. And speaking of this debate that you're having with Michael Shermer, I will tell you, you know, you say you don't like debates and Michael Shermer is actually a true seeker. He is not like Christopher Hitchens and some of these other atheists who are absolutely adamant. This is the way it is. In fact, he's had his own kind of Supernatural experience that I told you about and hopefully you will bring this up in this debate. But he is a truth seeker and I think that's the kind of thing we do at freedom fast. Freedom fest is the world's largest gathering of free minds. So we don't like people who come and have a closed mind on whatever topic it is. We want people to have an open mind. For example, we have every year a mock trial, the mock trial this year is drug legalization on trial. But we put capitalism on trial. We put the Republican Party on trial foreign policy on trial, public union, John trial, and you get both sides of the views. It's a wonderful way to find out, well, what is the truth? So you have it's a mock trial yeah, so we have a judge. We have a could we put could we put Mitch McConnell on trial and have a mock execution? Actually, we'll talk about that
AP News Radio
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:28 p.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm geffen cool bob Brooklyn Nets star forward Kevin Durant has requested a trade on the eve of the start of NBA free agency The nets have been working with Durant to find a trade partner the 12 time all star has multiple teams on his preferred list Other NBA news two time reigning MVP Nikola Jokić agreed to a supermax extension to remain with the nuggets guaranteeing him at least 264 million over 5 seasons Wizards guard Bradley Beal also re signed on a 5 year deal worth 251 million Major League Baseball Alex Bregman's go ahead two run double in the third inning lifted the Astros over the American League leading Yankees two to one in the national league the Phillies routed the defending champion braves 14 to four In college football news the Big Ten has voted to add Southern California and UCLA as conference members beginning in 2024 deshaun Watson's disciplinary hearing concluded Thursday with the NFL adamant about an indefinite suspension and an NHL news to Detroit red wings of higher Derek lalande as their new head coach Geffen coolbaugh AP sports
AP News Radio
Deshaun Watson hearing over: What’s next, what we are hearing and decision timeline
"Deshaun Watson's disciplinary hearing ended on Thursday with post hearing briefs do the week of July 11th Two people with knowledge of the case say the NFL is adamant about an indefinite suspension of at least one year for the browns quarterback who was accused of sexual misconduct by 24 women Watson has settled 20 of the civil lawsuits a person familiar with Watson's defense told the AP they expect a suspension but hope he'll be back under center sometime this year The browns are hoping to learn Watson's availability before
The Charlie Kirk Show
Candace Owens' Theory on the Afghanistan Withdrawal
"You know, one thing that I theorize and obviously I can't prove it at the moment, but our withdrawal from Afghanistan to me seemed really interesting because as soon as we announced our withdrawal China, the leaders came out and said that we instantly recognize Taliban as legitimate government and we're looking to work with them. And the one thing that China does the best is it mines, right? And they've been mining all across the African continent and if you look at what Afghanistan from a resource perspective is rich in, it's either the first or the second in terms of not uranium pardon the lithium, lithium is used for batteries, batteries that are put into cars. Well, one thing that the west has been adamant about is that this is an opportunity, this Russian Ukrainian conflict for us to divest from oil and to look for electric solutions. So I'm theorizing that what we're seeing in the west is that a lot of these families are going long on electric and over and over again, this Biden administration keeps beating that drama electric electric electric. We shouldn't be trying to back on the pipelines. Again, a nonsensical perspective to have when we know that gas prices are going through the roof. It seems like they're trying to force us into the Green New Deal. And I think that that's the only thing that makes the Afghanistan withdrawal makes sense plus what seems to me to be intentional stoking a conflict in the east to be a NATO knowing fully well that for the last three decades. You know, Russia has said that their red line was NATO, expanding eastward. And that's not something that's coming from. Not only coming from the Kremlin, but if you care to look into it, declassified CIA docs, where you can see James baker pardon over and over again insisting that if Germany and Gorbachev pardon, if Gorbachev have agreed to German reunification, that we would agree that we would not expand one inch
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Sebastian Gorka Shares His Stance on Russian Invasion
"Nation a member, a veto power member of the NATO of the UN Security Council. With nuclear weapons at its disposal that has decided to take a nation by force to rape the nation of Ukraine and add it to the territory of the Soviet Union. Let me be very adamant. Let me be explicitly clear to my fellow conservatives. The idea that this is just something happening thousands of miles away, which is irrelevant. Is fallacious. In fact, it is immoral. I will never argue for the deployment of troops on the territory of a nation that should fight for itself. And isn't a member of NATO. But think of this difference, just go back to your childhood, go back to the playground at school. The bully may have been bullying somebody else. But as long as somebody refused to step up and challenge that bully and give that bully a bloody nose, then that bully would consider his victory to be a permanent one and intimidate others. Just
The Charlie Kirk Show
Carlson, Maher Discuss the Current State of Affairs in Canada
"Just some sound here. We're going to play a bunch of sound just about what's happening in Canada. And kind of some of the public opinion around this. So let's go to cut 54. A trucker says, look, this is a defining moment in Canada. You have declared martial law, which is totally true. Trudeau has declared martial law on the people of Canada play cut 54. So let's be clear. This is a defining moment in the history of Canada in the history of the English speaking west. The emergency act is martial law. It has never been invoked in the history of that country. Now, by law, the emergency's act has allowed only in emergencies. Urgent and critical situations that seriously endanger the lives, health or safety of Canadians. What's happening now does not qualify what's happening in Canada now is not an emergency. So it's Tucker, not a trucker. Sorry. He's misreading my sheet. Let's go to cut 43. Bill Maher blast Trudeau for his comments on the protesters, play cut 43. Or maybe this is September, but he was talking about people who are not vaccinated? He said, they don't believe in science. They're often misogynistic, often racist. No, they're not. That was not part of him at all. Right. He said, but they take up space. And with that, we have to make a choice in terms of the leader as a country. Do we tolerate these people? It's like tolerant. Now you do sound like him. And recently he talked about holding holding unacceptable views. I'm surprised to hear that Trudeau said those things. You didn't see the black face? Is that that crystal woman? What's her name again Mary Ann something? She's the, she's the person. Marianne Williamson, the crystal woman. That's right. So Trudeau was very, let's say adamant and supportive behind Indian protests when the protesters in India, the farmers were protesting. Even though it deteriorated India, Canadian relations. But when it came to actually supporting the people of his own country, that actually might have some concern, he's very much involved in the dehumanization of the people of Canada.
The Poker Coaching Podcast
"adamant" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast
"That's a question a lot of people ask either seriously or joking, Lee, I'm not too sure which one this is, but in reality, people have a difficult time playing hands like jacks or ace queen or ten hands like that because sometimes they're really, really good, and sometimes they are marginal, right? And a lot of people have a difficult time knowing where those hand switch from being premium to marginal. And essentially what it amounts to is if your opponent's trying to put in a whole lot of big lines, Jax is probably not good. But if you're shallow stack playing 20 big wines, deep jacks is basically the nuts. That said, spots come up in even shallow sack scenarios where you should be folding hands like Jax tends and knives. I played a tournament. It was a $100,000 tournament the other day and the World Series and presumably everybody in this game is very good. We were playing I think 7 handed. I raised under the gun. I was playing relatively tightly. Then a good strong online player who had been pretty tight all day because he had maniacal guy Michael adamant one is direct left. He three about me from the button. And this guy is a good strong online player, but really not out of line all that much at all. So I'm raising under the gun 7 handed, so I just have to be kind of tight. And then we got the button who was on the tighter side to begin with, and he's still three bedding me. Then it folds around to this guy in the big blind who had pocket 9s with I think 16 big lines. And I think it's just a fold. It's an unfortunate spot, you don't like it. 'cause I mean, 60 McDonald's not a whole lot of chips and a tournament. But whenever a reasonably tight player raises under the gun, just because they have to be tight from the gun 7 handed..
AP News Radio
Biden, Putin set video call Tuesday as Ukraine tensions grow
"President president Joe Joe Biden Biden is is expected expected to to speak speak with with Russian Russian president president Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin via via video video call call next next week week as as tensions tensions grow grow over over Ukraine Ukraine Kremlin Kremlin spokesman spokesman Dmitry Dmitry Peskov Peskov confirms confirms the the two two leaders leaders will will talk talk on on Tuesday Tuesday evening evening as as tensions tensions between between America America and and Russia Russia escalate escalate over over Russian Russian troop troop build build up up on on the the Ukrainian Ukrainian border border it's it's seen seen as as a a sign sign of of potential potential invasion invasion Russia's Russia's more more adamant adamant than than ever ever that that the the U. U. S. S. doesn't doesn't admit admit Ukraine Ukraine to to the the NATO NATO military military alliance alliance however however according according to to an an anonymous anonymous spied spied an an administration administration official official about about seventy seventy thousand thousand Russian Russian troops troops are are said said to to be be at at the the Ukrainian Ukrainian border border already already an an invasion invasion as as possible possible as as soon soon as as early early next next year year I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon president president Joe Joe Biden Biden is is expected expected to to speak speak with with Russian Russian president president Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin via via video video call call next next week week as as tensions tensions grow grow over over Ukraine Ukraine Kremlin Kremlin
AP News Radio
Sheriff: Movie set showed 'some complacency' with weapons
"Investigators say there was some complacency and how weapons were handled last week on a movie set when actor Alec Baldwin accidentally shot two crew members one fatally I marches are a letter with the latest Santa Fe county sheriff adamant does assess testing is under way to determine whether the projectile taken from director Joe Sousa shoulder is the same one that killed cinematographer Colina Hutchins Mendoza says investigators are examining two other guns that were recovered from the set as well as five hundred rounds of ammunition we suspect that there was other live rounds that were found on the set I won't comment further on how they got there Mendoza says there is no film footage of the incident scent
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Left Hates the Unvaccinated More Than Murderers
"So this is now now. It's not apparently it's not only in Well yet it. Is this the colorado store i got another version of it here. Washington post the coercion of people into getting vaccines so that even healthcare people who know a lot about science like nurses and they're losing their income and they're not even allowed to get unemployment insurance is in. I mean this is a. There's a level of cruelty that is sort of unprecedented toward good people. People who cruel to the bad will be nice to the cruel. It's another talmudic statement from the past in this in this country or not in this country from the past and that is exactly what is happening the the cruelty to the people who help people but who won't get a vaccine or get vaccinated for usually for extremely good reasons by the way extremely. These people are not stupid. These people are not anti vaxxers. However i am anti-coercion in this way i am and i. I'm more adamant about not getting a vaccine than ever because of the scummy tactics used by the by the government which doesn't seem to bother most people who were vaccinated. They're thrilled to she nurses fired. They're thrilled to see teachers fired. They are because they hate the unvaccinated. It's fascinating when when it gets political. The left does not hate the the murderers in the inner city. They ignore them their they don't register on the left's radar but they hate people who are not vaccinated because everything about the left sick
Electronic Specifier Insights
"adamant" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights
"It's important for us. We big customer but that we win as many customers abroad markets. Yeah okay right but would you expect at least for founded in. Irs tab maybe they they do have customer support teens vice around europe. Would you expect within that saying to. At least if i'm buying maybe a full series as soon as a Took to somebody not about your if you like getting very deep into the technology but at least get from phenomenal. Some sort of idea about how that put up my able to help me yet expert. Phone on the wrist be able to explain the difference between the product in between us competition in sales value. The as you said when it comes to a bit more technical questions. Zen we are using our own application engineer or technical sales engineer to end. Customer will thaw also. It's pretty common. Where palmdale arrests or in your distributor are coming to us mentioning a super need and in we get in touch directly to be sure that the customer is Is is getting his his answers of course to secure sells the bagai her reading. Just those meetings that dvd some out especially technical than we. We're here to support our guy. I guess one of the other attractions may be of arrests and found in particular is that i have your fun. L. adamant fourteen arrests has designed spark. Where if you like this. Some some peer communication between engineers do kind of try and participate in that as well. Yeah absolutely. I forgot to mention this. When you ask for that. Strength is obviously. The engineering community is something very interesting. Because we touch a lot of engineers and using the strength is to discuss with as many people as possible and into shale knowledge experience and so on so we are participating to the to the communities. We've all own engineer to answer question but also to ask questions and to see what we can do sometime. We are helping some people to test equipment that i think this is a very interesting very modern way to build a community around the discussion around the product in obviously at a techtronic we position ourselves as i- quantity i performance added value products. We love when when we can discuss about product and what we can do and and obviously if we get some feedback something not working and we need to fix reddit..
SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"adamant" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Here's the way they work explaining what I What I've been explaining to you, and from that point in time, if you look at what areas of the market did best from 9 22 of 2000 and one through I You know Friday this past Friday. And you see this small emerging markets stocks were that was the top area the market and you go. Wow, wait a minute. Emerging markets. You know these little countries that and small companies now this is a This is an area of the market that you virtually almost never see it. For one case. I've never seen one in a 41 K plan. Let me say that. I've never seen a fund that captures that area. The market Binary that I like to capture simply because I like to have in my portfolio simply because there are three factors that drive 95% level of return to your portfolio. This is Nobel Prize winning research. That says this And that's an area the market. You would expect higher returns. Long run emerging markets higher risk areas in the market small companies, But here's the reason that it's helpful. Guess it has. I expected return, but it also can reduce the risk of portfolio because it doesn't move with everything else. Now. Indeed, this came to fruition over the last 20 years because this area the markets almost at 14% year over that, uh, 14% per year over that period of time, and then you look at value emerging market value stocks, another area of the market. You would expect higher returns because why? Because their value they're more distressed emerging markets. Companies, and that's about 13 just shy of 13% return over that period of time. That was the second highest performing area. The market. Third highest, was microcap very, very small. And again, these all three of these asset categories you virtually never seeing for one case or retirement plans or Not a lot of fun companies actually focus on this. Why? Because American investors they like their big US companies. It's familiarity, bias, but you look at what benefited the most after that point in time. That's it. There's number 12 and three small cap U. S companies. So it's next one down the line use. You do see that in some some fund companies. I, then you got to emerging markets. That's that was the next one large emerging market companies. And then the next one is small value stocks, which is again another two risk factors small and value, and that was the next highest returning. You don't get even get into until you get down to number nine in the list. Large U. S stocks Which is what most American investors focused their efforts on it doesn't even show up as being a top performing area. The market until number nine out of 12. Yes. So You can see why I'm so adamant that I talk about Literally making sure that you're far more diversified than investors typically end up being And most fund companies again. They focus on large companies because it's familiar and it's cheaper visibly. But if you say Hey, what if I put $1000 in emerging markets, small companies? And what would it grow to about 13,500 Answer. 1000 groups 13,500 large U S not bad 6800, but significantly Less number one and emerging markets. Small companies I looked at, you know the expense ratio of a fund that I use, which is an institutional fund that I use, and it's nine times as high expense. Yeah, you know, but the reality of it is that is an area of the market. I want to have not only and I'm telling you returns after expenses, and that's an area of the market that I want to have simply because of the fact that it diversifies in the higher expected return. And it helps when I'm taking an income from the portfolio because you may have large U. S stocks down like three years in a row. And they were 1 6000 and two, you know, literally for 12 years had had a negative return, and I want to make sure that I have that you've had previous, uh, 19 sixties through the early 19 eighties, where there was no return in large U. S stocks. It's just interesting to see what happened since that time and what areas of the market did well since that period of time. And it's just not what you'd expect. But it was a period of time with a lot of tumult. I mean, think of all the stuff that has happened over the past 20 years, but the investor that did not panic After 9 11 2000 and one Ended up doing fine as long as they didn't panic and sell out. Unfortunately, many did panic Investment Advisors panic and when people call the brokers and said, Hey, you gotta get me out. Too often. The brokers just said, Okay, I'll get you out because they don't want to lose them as clients. And my point is always this and I always tell him you know all my folks who said you know what hard job is, If somebody Is not going to go. You know, with the program and they were they wanted to sell out or they wanted to do something that was imprudent. I would back away and this is the way I act I will back away. I will not. I will tell him. You've got to fire me. I will not be part of the problem and too often, The investment industry is part of the problem when it gets down to it because they want to preserve clients and preserve assets, and it's just not worth it. In my humble opinion. But, you know, looking back at all of the lessons. From September 11th in 2000 and one and the stock market how it responded how the market changed. There are a lot of lessons there. And one of the biggest ones is Don't try to figure this stuff out. Don't try to figure out where markets are going. Don't figure out what's going to do best in the future because so much of its driven by brand new information and new news, and if you look at the past 20 years, we have had so much news that has been both good and bad that has driven markets both directions both up and down. But as an investor, you look at those returns those various asset categories and every stock asset category which is 12 12 asset categories that I would hold large small growth value U S international and emerging markets. There's not a one of them. That is negative over that period of time, the lowest return with seven and a quarter percent return over that period of time. And as an investor, you look at that with everything that we've been through. And you go. Wow. Uh, markets, you know, do and have rewarded investors that have stayed disciplined and didn't lose focus. No matter what was going on, and this was a huge one. I am Paul Winkler..
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"adamant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"He said. He just no idea was that even on the air, just yelling that at somebody that Dynamo I don't expect lifetime, arguing about whether there was an argument once about whether they had chocolate at them. Oh, okay. Maybe that's maybe that's what that was. Yes, it is. And you were so you were so okay. You are so sure of whatever position you're you had that you were going. Please don't get there. Please don't ask me Which side of that I was on. I have no idea idea at all. Joe, do you know? Yes, he was. He was very, uh, Adamant that there was chocolate in recent pieces. And there is right, there's not. There's not chocolate and research. Really peanut butter in a candy shell. That is it. I'm going. That's it. That's all is going on. You guys talk amongst yourselves. I'm going to go investigate again because I was I walked out there just now during the break at the top of the hour. And I was looking I'm going to go with longingly at the snack machine. Just sort of like like, Oh, I could really go ever done that could use a little pick me up here. I could really go. No, not going to do it. I don't even know if there are recent pieces in there. I think there were but I did see Maybe it was yesterday or this morning that they were. Going through and like, replenishing machine When that happens a lot of times, things could change that things that aren't going things that are the products that aren't moving. Get pulled out for products that will move right. There was some, I think Jerky was a new edition. Maybe this week to the vending machine machine jerky. Yeah, the best Welcome to the Dunn Tire Roundtable. Presented by Don tire Official Tire of the Buffalo Bills. Rachel's Mediterranean Grill, official partner of the Buffalo Bills. Excelsior Orthopedics Express, sidelined with the spring straighter break, go to Excelsior Orthopedics Express and by Northwest Bank, increasing the value of you. Guys, let's Blanking Go. That's that. That's it, right. Let's go. Let's get it here. This, uh, this this event on Sunday like it's more than just a game. I know we're here to talk about the game and the match up and the Steelers and the season and all that. But this this is, uh Is unprecedented to have had the year off. And all this anticipation the high expectations that are definitely warranted. It just this is hopefully a once in a lifetime opportunity and experience. For fans to return to a place that means so very much to them and go see a team that has risen to nearly the top of the league. In a lot of experts and analysts view it's just got the potential to be a really, really memorable remarkable day, and I'm just so glad it's finally here. It's just been a long time coming and let's get it on, man. Yes, the Smoking story of the week which by the way is brought to you. By decades. Decades psychedelic days. Western New York's grooviest Smoke shop is that it is starting. It is that fans can go It is that last year, which became this exceptional, incredible season, even though we couldn't really quite touch it. Leads them into this year and they have really not. Nothing has happened, I would say That makes them any less of a serious idea. Contender. Then they were when last season ended like nothing really has happened. Nothing really what has changed? John Brown left. And Emmanuel Sanders was signed. He may or may not play in this game. Actually, starlets came back. He also he will not play in this game Less has changed than I even thought, right if those guys right don't play in this game. If Sanders is hurt, like Brown was hurt so often last year, then that's the same and Yeah, no. Look, Tula is exactly the same. Whether we are right. They have Bruce Show, and Basham and Spencer Brown. They have added these huge men on the defensive and offensive lines. I mean, they've had a draft to as every other team has to add to their teams, but really You have Josh Allen in his in his prime as young prime, getting the contract by the way as well. And you know this part of what I'm looking for this year. I don't expect really a different team than last year. I don't want to assume they'll win as many games because Just so many things went right for them. But we talked about this recently. How I feel like Alan can can if you can play at that level this year. Then you're kind of set for life here. Probably and well, why the while there will be changes to the personnel and the coaching staff around him. You know if you have a guy who can maintain that kind of level Across seasons and you're in really good shape and it's It's not a given for me that it will happen. Like I think there are guys who who Spike and Alan had this. I mean, for reasons that just go beyond the What he did itself how that make it so amazing. You know, his accuracy, issues and everything. Like just what? What a story. If if he can maintain that, then you have to just you can I think afford to be comfortable here? But let's see if he can do it right. Let's see if he can do it. Yeah, I'm pretty confident that he's going to be able to maintain, you know, even if there is some regression just from Circumstance, luck game situations. Whatever you know, Um, I think that what he did was real. I think the work he put in, uh um it was, you know, he deserves a lot of credit for it. Overhauls mechanics like he did because a lot. I think a lot of guys would have, just like I'm in the league I'm going to get you know I'm a starter. I'm getting paid, and I've got a pretty good life here. And to do that work was fully to his credit and it you know, it doesn't mean that he can't have just spiked and fall back. What did you compare like the idea of him? Not becoming necessarily Mahomes, but Matt Ryan or something I think earlier in the week, right? You mentioned that name as a as a potential comparable, which is still like a high level player. But he was an M V P once and mostly, he's been pretty good, maybe really good, But he's not one of the top two or three guys in the league. He's not every year in the M V P conversation. Um And you know Alan could end up there. I'm not here to tell you that couldn't happen, but I just that the authenticity of how he went about it. Makes me want to really root for it. I mean, who doesn't want to root for it? I want to believe in it, You know, because I think hard work should pay off. He's got the raw talent..
"adamant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Here Thursday. September 9th 2021 you are listening to the O. Reilly update. Here's what's happening across our nation. President Biden Addressing the country as Covid runs rampant bottom line on this Mr Biden is trying to portray himself as a tough guy. To defeat Covid. He's doing that because he looked weak in Afghanistan and because Covid is a terrible problem for all Americans. The over arch of his speech is that if you Will not take the vaccine. You are going to be isolated. You're not going to be able to go many places. That's what Biden is doing. So We all need to understand. That the federal government is very, very adamant. About wiping covid out, or at least controlling it. Because Of the obvious economic Consequences and the hysteria that we continue to experience. So daily covid cases or four times higher right now than they were on Labor Day weekend a year ago. And the number of deaths from Covid are twice as high and as everybody knows, most of those people getting covid are unvaccinated. A new survey published by USA Today, says 55% of American parents believe virtual classrooms and remote learning. Has harmed their Children. Seven intense, say the urchins can make up the lost ground, but only if in person instruction remains this fall. Americans in six swing states disapprove of the job President Biden is doing as the administration tries to recover from Afghanistan and the border disasters. The president's approval. Ratings in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Texas are lagging. By 10 points behind other states. Prominent Democrats campaigning in California to try to save Gavin Newsom the recall election next Tuesday. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Barack Obama, Amy Klobuchar, Kamala Harris, President Biden all showing up for Newsome. I don't have a prediction on the recall vote. It is now too.
POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
Trump Set to Back Attorney in Primary Challenge to Liz Cheney
"Today a bit of a scoop. Politicos mark capita. Would alex eisenstaedt report that. Donald trump is set to endorse adamant. Inner expected race against cheney the call it. The most important political endorsement yet and trump's post presidency will while noting the not too long ago. Hagan was a staunch supporter of cheney. She financially supported. Cheney's previous campaigns was on the congresswoman's leadership team and as of last night at least still had a photo of the two of them together agents website. The issue of her friendship with cheney came up with trump interviewed haeggman during his endorsement screening process trump's looming involvement in the primary will be a good test of his political power. In the gop is allies and team not only encouraged. Take him into run against cheney. They are under pressure to clear. the crowded. Primary field of other candidates could split anti cheney sediment the more crowded the primary. The better cheney's chances are that she'll win. Cheney became trump's top republican targets after she spoke out against his role inciting january sixth capital riot house. republicans soon stripped her of her leadership. Post and one of trump's sons and a top trump ally have already campaigned against her in wyoming at the same time trump threw himself into the process of vetting and interviewing multiple candidates running or exploring campaigns against cheney with the goal of anointing single challenger trump insiders in adviser say they received verbal commitments for many of the candidates. Drop out if he endorsed someone else but whether they'll actually leave. The race remains an open question in the final step before officially announcing her campaign. Later this week. Hagan resigned tuesday as one of wyoming's members of the republican national committee
AM 970 The Answer
"adamant" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"We want to do a collaboration with the local donut shop called Diablo Donuts. They make crazy amazing doughnuts and We were down there in a meeting and they had a doughnut that had fruity pebbles on it, um, and called Unicorn farts, and we started it. But then it was a group effort We had people from the marketing side or sales side came with the idea of what put edible glitter in there. Because if you're going to make a doughnut or beer that tastes like fruity pebbles based off a doughnut. You just kind of got to own it right all out. And yeah, and then distributors push back on the name. But then the sales team was adamant that he is not going to change the name. So it has become like every beer is kind of a very big group effort. So many people contribute some small things and big things. But Dave, did you everything and we're talking with Dave Ben Feel the founder of Duclaw Brewing, located in Baltimore, Maryland. Did you ever think When you first started out making beer that at some point in this journey that you'd be adding doughnuts to a mash, or you'd be adding all of these different adjuncts to product and You know, everybody talks about beers being these four simple ingredients. Did you ever think at some point you were going to be adding these things to be here? No, no. If you look at it, it's actually talking to a roommate of mine from college and they were just talking about the abuse you come up with, and I was like, I don't think there's anything we would hesitate putting into a beer. As you're trying it because You know, 10 15 20 years ago. You're just trying a new grain or new hop was groundbreaking, and now you're trying to figure out how you get whatever there's spices and break it down and Mechanically, all this stuff we have to do to make sure we get stuff into a product and it absorbs well. And what happened exactly exactly. We're talking with Dave Ben Field, the founder of Dukla Brewing, located in Baltimore, Maryland. For more info. Just go to the club brewing dot com..
103.5 KISS FM
"adamant" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Just like today. That adamant today I thought forever said that you loved him but that, alas, from that bars grow dolls are like we walked off my life. Why you want on my life like this every time? These They feel like every kind of both, because I remember everything. All these things they feel like you know me. I break and do you have Oh, Carla I figure you. These are the hottest songs in America on 80 40 number 14. Yeah, I saw you've done send. It looks so happy with you, but the new saw me country, Buzzer crimes, singles to trouble falling of your I don't know. I'll make you cry when I know You could best me well broke. Your You could have told me that you fell apart. What? You all the best meal like I wasn't there. Trust like your please call I'll when Oh, no. Take me back to understand Single tin solder the other day I saw a brotherhood. Made you think that of it? Always throw some thinks that I should never say Yeah, I broke your heart like someone gets a Now you love me for a second time. I don't know what I mean. Oh, girl I think you watch up on because he's me back because I want to stay. Save your tears for another. I'll feel eyes that how much you both serve someone better. What other Yeah, I'll make you crying, alright? For another day or another. That's another hit from the weekend. Save your tears at number 14. Yeah, we'll be back with Anthony Ramos in just a second. If you love dating shows as much as we do, you're going to love the newest original and.
"adamant" Discussed on No Agenda
"I don't need to send it to him. That is death of the show. If there's something you feel needs to be sent senate if you think that we've seen that you might be wrong. Is you listen to today's show. There's a two or three items that adam brought up. I knew nothing on so and if you if you do the subject line appropriately then. I probably won't have to open your your message if i already know what the story is but i usually do. Anyway let's just it's all work together. It's just a producer note toy getting so much email that you're in dated i. It's three times as much usually after all my filtering. I've got all filter out a lot of stuff. 'cause you moved no no. That's just the time line. that's just when i recognized. I think because of what the bull crap that's going on in the world this we have lawyers doctors lab technicians. We have a lot of people reaching out to us. We have very interesting. People who produce this this podcast. I need to read everything. They're saying but it. It just seems like it's more than knows. It is three times as much Sir duke remark duke of japan. The japan sea all the disputed islands and the magic numbers of three thirty three thirty three good to hear from sir mark adamant john along with good times and good laughs. They have to be some sad times to. We are just in one of those moments dame astroid we all know. This is the famous Duo our producers from japan sir mark and day mastered dame astra just lost architects yes dame astronaut has just lost her wonderful father klaus thankfully she was with him in italy at the time as you can imagine he was a great man is going to be missed by many especially on lago. Majority wait was a sailing legend. And at the ferrari club which he drove to only a few weeks ago to watch an formula one race..
BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"adamant" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"It's like when you're teaching like rosie to swing and you give her the first push and then after that she has to kick your feet and keep going and they use that initial push to build the habits and the systems that they will need to be sustainable. Because that's hard like jujitsu is really hard when you're in the grind. It's maybe fun the first couple of times you go so that's where you really need to find accountability partners find people that are going to keep going to class. Sign up to go to class. Put it in your schedule. Get enough going that when it stops being fun you have these habits that are in place that you will keep doing it. That will get you through the trench. And that sort of adamant said is you're gonna go into a transit. You have to be ready. Don't look at that initial excitement. Like that's the way supposed to be all the time i think in relationships is probably very similar. You meet someone you fall in love and this is the best thing that's ever happened. And then when that initial thing wears off you're like oh you find a new person know that initial this is the best thing ever was meant to build that bond and these like habits they keep your relationship healthy then you actually get into a real relationship where you think about other things. You actually remember. You're supposed to eat and you'd go to work and you make money. If it was exciting like that all the time we would die. You'd never do anything other than focus on that. Do you think i way off their does. Do you guys agree that that might be the best approach. I love the idea of thinking about that. Initial excitement as a gift on because it is and there's no doubt the most successful people know that it's gonna it's gonna wane and that it's going to go away and that's when the voice in your head that inner voice talkback. It's louder and louder right. it's going to say..
"adamant" Discussed on Ambition Radio
"I like throw it on. While i was staring at the wall and my favorite. I thought that was what space jam. Yeah back in the days were short like before like two thousand and three and then like everything was like an hour and forty five and up space gems like an hour and fifteen broken down another team movies. Not very long either when cool. Thanks to come on the job on yet. But all ken griffey on the screen. We are watching the homerun derby for people that watched two weeks ago. You know what. I thought about earlier when you said that we were going to be watching this. I've always. i've listened to podcasts. Where they're watching live sporting events. And i'm like haden's yet like what if some crazy fucking shit lake shohei hits like a hundred we have. We don't we don't even we had at this moment forever. I think i one we. I did with chris. We watch members food with a new host talked about that for way too long. Last time bernard this wasn't even on and we talked about it to. Who's the new host pursued. Some guy with red hair and i actually like more than adam richman. Oh okay. let's sacrilege josh. As adam adamant fucking men relief you goodbye. One of my heroes aren't guys on food shows no guy fieri. Let's just let's just put it that way. He's not gangster. Yeah people have really made a guy. Did you guys see the guy fieri picture in the jersey. I think he's i think he's a suns fan right. See a suns fan boo. He's like feeding like koi fish in a suns jersey news. Like y'all mine. If i live my life just like where fund shirt. What he loves and people like fuck you. Just don't know why they really hate on his hair lot to has like the extreme. It's more than frosted. Tips is i want to know google and even that like if someone wanted to be like. Oh adam sandler sucks. He gets paid like one hundred million dollars to do shit with his friends. And like that's the dream who has ever said adam sandler Fuck you there is fake both facebook posts and things like that people just have things grownups to. I would love to make that much. We went over this last time. Like the amount of money that went into it like to have shack throw somebody over a roof. According celebrity net worth you guys wanna guess is network running or josh eight fifty million dollars in fifteen million. Joe is closest forty. Wow forty mil say who gives a fuck that you think like. Yeah like dude. I wish i had to eat like shit. Yeah in just write a vespa agai lunch break and like i don't know i. I listen to podcasts. With him and he was like incredibly hard working. If you find out he likes the sons. Fuck i fear. This is a denver thing. It's not a denver thing that we're in a pandemic and they shouldn't be playing basketball. Everyone that was in the bubbles beat up and hurt. No and i'm happy for him. The god they are good. And there's what are you talking about when there was a bubble of josh's using something that happened a year ago the nugget. That's the thing. There was forty five days in between the bubble like not maybe not forty five but like it was sixty between the seasons between the end of the bubble in the for us the sunset like andrea and twenty wearing the for seventy five days. Whatever the know that's why you look at it like everyone's beat to shit yet..
MedTech Talk Podcast
"adamant" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast
"And i hope you enjoyed this episode. Welcome it's a pleasure today to be hosting This panel One of the most important topics that bases are industry. I think as we all know. It's complex sometimes we i'd say arcane but It's really critical to understanding Reimbursement and getting a positive coverage payment for any music. Top new technology and importantly had articulate that To dental investors and also had to execute up to your plan. And we you know we look across our midtech sector. It's easy to find examples where positive coverage payment enabled the growth of new technology. But also how changes or delays or even denials of coverage of stifled even killed a new technologies. So we're really lucky today to have a three people who are really going to help us guide to guide you through understanding reimbursement. They all have a vast amount of experience though from very different perspectives. In helping companies again new therapies paid. For and i'm going to let each them introduce themselves but very briefly david gregory from the consulting firm baker tilly which was also very nice to sponsor this so webinar john dorsey from The advocacy group met in mary. Hayley who heads up currently Reimbursement efforts it relieving but also has a tremendous experience a number of neural networks. But what i'd like to do. I is have each a spend a little more time introducing themselves and let's start off with you David if you don't mind sure yeah. Thanks jeff looking forward to a A terrific terrific panel for sure so as yet said. I'm a principal in healthcare industry leader for for baker tilly. And we're at top ten professional services firm with a robust healthcare consulting group. And i i sit and lead that healthcare consulting group and one of the main things we do is facilitate reimbursement and coverage for the life. Sciences industry med tech biotech. We do some farm work as well. Although i know today's Panel topic is more focused on attack. We've we've been Toiling in this space for twenty years pluses. I know the other panelists have as well and as jeff said just really looking forward to a to interactive presentation and hopefully you come away with a couple of helpful tips tips to to get you across the finish line with regard to reimbursement To happen to be aboard today. Thanks david. Mary wanted to go next. Caine thanks and welcome. Everybody and as david mentioned. I'm also very much looking forward to productive discussion today by way of background. Currently with the relevant med systems in we are a med device company in the sign space but have had several years long history. Shall we say more of the vintage type experience here with reimbursement sell looking forward to hopefully being able to share some experiences and hopefully walk away with good insight today so welcome everybody into shun. Thank you jeff. An you everyone for joining today's webinar. As jeff indicated my name is shawn. Dorsey and i am the executive director of adamant assault and so adamant as organization represents medical device makers and the cell specifically caters to the needs of our small mid sized companies which comprise the majority of our membership in the context of today's webinar..
860AM The Answer
"adamant" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Long time ago, Chevys and Levis played welcome back America. You you it inside the Beltway. John Kerry gave an interview yesterday to the economists. A Menton Beddoes. And about China. Cut number 11. Well, look, Obviously there are some difficult issues between the United States and China right now. We all understand that. But look, uh, China. Is as smart as smart country led by people who look very carefully at these issues, and they understand it doesn't really do anybody any good. To be Uh, you know, adamant about one issue or another while you're on a suicide pact to destroy the planet. What good does that do to anybody? Uh, it just doesn't make sense. Of course, it has to be a separate track. Some of those other issues will take longer to work through. They don't demand the same immediacy in some ways with the same kind of broad impact on a global basis that the climate crisis does. But if we go vast, many more tipping points, whether it's Greenland, and it's ice sheet or Antarctica or warming of the ocean or the level of our storms and their intensity or the rising sea level. I mean, there's so many different components of this that are going to cost trillions upon trillions of dollars for all of our economies and ultimately challenge life itself in many parts of the planet, and if we were sit there saying, Well, I'm going to Fight over this issue. That's a trade issue or a cyber issue, and we're going to fight about that. While the world is falling apart, you'd really be certifiable. And I don't think that any of us want to fit into that category. Really be certifiable. Now. My question is the interviewer ought to have said to him. Is there any action that China could take? That you would abandon so called climate negotiations over anything at all? Because, obviously genocide, isn't it? What could they do that you would say? Okay, We're not going to deal with this rogue regime. What? That's the question. He wasn't asked that and said he was asked about a global carbon tax cut number, 12 Well, I think it's possible to have it without that. But the question is whether you can move fast enough and whether it it and embraces all of the available, whether whatever we choose to do embraces all of the available best opportunities. I am convinced that this issue the pricing question will be very much, um, batted around and considered over the course of the next month's Whatever period of time. I You know, Some places are going to expand more rapidly into it. But it is one of the solutions that is on the table, and a lot of countries are picking it up. Some believe that we can, you know, get there without the necessity to get into that. I'm not sure if I personally agree with that, but Yeah, so he wants a carbon tax. But he can't say that because the Democrats don't want to get completely wiped out in 2022. Speaking of which, Hey, Atlanta making I got nine or 10 affiliates in Georgia. Listen up. Here's your Senator Rafael Warnicke. Talking about H r one s one at a big rally yesterday. Cut number 14. I love the John Lewis voting rights advancement but be very clear. John Lewis. I ought to know I was his pastor, John Lewis spent his last 10 years fighting for the provision in the.
The Bible Says What!?
"adamant" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?
"That's that's horrible idea. None of it makes any sense to me as as a competent being being. If he knows already he shouldn't have placed there to begin with and if he loves them he wouldn't be cursing them for such a ridiculous thing. If they did know evil you know or i would say that that that there is a poison. Gummy bear in every nursery for up like that goal on because despite the fact that you want to do your best to sort of protect your children and you know raise them in a way that you can allow them to kind of gradually grow up and introduce them to new responsibilities as they're sort of ready for them. There's always a zone a little bit past what they should be interacting with that like you can find us no matter where you look. It's like okay if you want to remove all the knives from the house if you want to get rid of a bit of bacteria that's in the house if you want to get rid of I mean you have cleaners in your house if you want to make sure. There's no cleaners in the house. Like it you're gonna do your best to build a fence that maybe hopefully they aren't going to get out of their their play area for the more dangerous stuff is we always make an attempt to kind of. I mean this is what like symbolically. This is what eden is. I think that hebrew word just means a walled paradise so it actually was sort of a chaotic world beyond eden that like adamant couldn't interact with yet it was all dangerous out there waiting for him right but but the the the progression of the story isn't supposed to be that god bills this garden any ultimately just wants to throw them into the abyss anyways. It's he's just waiting for an opportunity. Tweeting for an excuse to me. He knows everything right. We we can agree that right. So the trajectory of the story is that ultimately for adam and eve is to gradually grow up and to take dominion of the earth and to eventually to rule the whole thing but he gives them a little piece at a time but the part of what the the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of the evil is supposed to represent symbolically or poetically is adamant eve stepping out a little bit beyond their level like the appropriate level of responsibility for them just yet rather than you know trusting that there's a limit to their understanding they transcend that limit and they say no. Actually i have the knowledge of what's good and what's bad right. That's what eating the tree of the fruit of the knowledge of an evil. Is it saying. I actually know the best way to live or i would like to have that knowledge of good and evil so i can understand things better. You know instead of just being a toddler for the rest of your life. Let's grow up and understand. I if you so. It's not fundamentally i i. I actually a useful tool from to tell another story about maturing and to say you can kinda use that again. It's with with poetry. You can take concepts and you can. You can reconnect your them and use them for a lot of meaningful ways but within this.
"adamant" Discussed on Gather Moms
"We're going to speak out of the overflow of our hearts and what we have experienced and we're going to go back to jesus and we're gonna ask him. What's your design for this. So the way she starts the book is the first few chapters. Go all the way back to genesis when god created adamant eve and i just want you to stop right now. I consider that that god created sex right like he came up with it. Yes he thought it up right. He made the parts right. He added pleasure. That's right and then he said go for it. Yeah he's the creator of it. Yes that's kate. Does that make you uncomfortable or you like. I'm so glad he did or like what do you think about that okay. Eighteen years ago. It would've made me very uncomfortable. Because like i said i mean this was a huge struggle for us. I would say the first several years of our marriage. It was so hard to transfer. I mean we talked about this a little bit on the last episode from me being this you know tha virgin to the vixen of like you're supposed to be able to snap your fingers and on the honeymoon night here i am. You know i. I did not know how to make my mind. Make that transition. Because i had grown up hearing so many well-meaning meaning teacher saying don't have sex. Sex is bad sex dirty sex bad right exactly same thing in my culture too. I felt like it was never discussed in an excited way. It was always bad. It was always. You can't do this until you're married. And then it felt like literally standing on the altar. It was like the pastor was saying okay. Yeah you're free go get naked. Yeah like wait a second. Yeah what do i do with these things. Yes yes yeah. It was such a hard transition. Well okay and so then about that time i we were. We met with that couple and they were. They had been married a few years longer than us. They were just very transparent with us. Guide us them so much and then they recommended a book to me..
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"adamant" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"It's your fancy book learning. Damn, That's what that's what I use My Ivy League degree for. Okay, I know. I know. I know you got to go and, you know, keep working and everything, but I'm a little disappointed. We first found out that Kylie more Dennis's Judy's producer, was never a fan of snowball fights. Then we found out that Jova Trueba also was not I thought surely a chief meteorologist would love Snowball fights. It must be a millennial thing. You're not a fan. You know, I think back in school, I just got pelted with one too many ice balls rather than snowballs. Seo be a fan. But you're like 6 ft. 11. Who would tell you if I wasn't back in school, where there's only like success, but even back then? Yeah. In third grade. Exactly. It was just you were so you're so tall. You were an easier target and your target. That's exactly right. All right. Hey, Dan. Thank you guys. All right. Yeah. So, uh, Wow. So, yeah, This is not done. It's just tough. This is crazy that it's not done, okay, by the way, going back to something that we were joking about earlier, just how and I'm not saying he's wrong. But Governor Murphy just how adamant he was in asking people to not be on the roads. I mean, he didn't do a travel ban. No. But but I mean, I he he had to have been considering it because of the things he said. Some of what he said at a press conference. This is a big one, and it's going to be with us. We think until tomorrow night, and this was this morning that he was talking The worst is yet to come. I cannot be more forceful about this. Unless there is a reason to be on the roads do not be on the roads, he said. If you don't need to be out Do not go out. If you are out now and you don't need to be out safely. Go Then he went on to talk about locking the doors sitting on your couch shelter in place. But, you know, we read this. And we know from pandemic experience that not everybody likes to listen to Governor Murphy when he suggests things Especially about staying home. We would like to know. Um, other than work. I mean, work. Yeah. You got to get to your kid broke his arm. Yeah. You got to get him to the hospital. Who went out today. When they really didn't need to. Has anybody been out on.
"adamant" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Home thermometer used and recommended by hospitals, physicians and clinics. Stay safe with ex URGENT W o R First morning news with Joe Bartlett. Well, governor Cuomo says he's working on a plan to reopen restaurants in New York City and announcement expected by the end of the week. Governor Cuomo was expected to have a decision on reopening restaurants at 25% capacity tomorrow. I fully understand How difficult it is. That they're closed not just for the restaurants, but allow the people who are employed there. Governor will pass on lifting a 10 P.m. curfew requiring restaurants to go all take out, but he's lifted. Most of the state's color coded micro clusters owns and promises. The city's cultural scene is coming back in the weeks ahead. Alice stacked in Rosine E W O R news vaccination hubs around the city are reopening today as mayor de Blasio says the city is getting an extra 17,000 doses of the Corona virus. Vaccine. This is really, really important for us. And when you think about it again, I'm the first to say when you a lot more than that, But I'm also really happy to get those 17,000 new doses. Meanwhile, the mayor says he will soon offer guidance on how kids can return to the classroom. Well, middle and high school students have been doing all remote learning. But Mayor De Blasio's says next month will present a plan to bring the middle schoolers back. He says there needs to be expanded testing and more progress on Corona virus data and the vaccine. I want to see schools continue to open up. In this school year now through June, and then I am adamant that based on everything we're seeing now will be able to come back full strength in September. Now the teachers union president Michael Mulgrew does not feel September is a sure bet, he tells The New York Post. A lot has to happen before making a call to fully reopen schools in September. I'm Scott Pringle, double the O R news. In New Jersey Governor Murphy says teachers are up next when it comes to getting the vaccine, But he didn't say when That would be Murphy also providing some assurances to those getting their second dose of the vaccine over 642,000 people vaccinated. The number of people in New Jersey who have gotten a shot in their arm now outnumbers the people who have tested positive for Corona virus through lab confirmed to testing. Murphy says. President Biden's pledged increased supply by 16% is also okay. It's not just the increase, which we desperately need, and we need more but having a three week window, this will allow us to make better decisions about state wide distribution and administration. James Open W. O R News. NASA County executive Lower current says high risk sports in that county can start back up on Monday that includes things like basketball, wrestling and competitive cheerleading, excited to get our kids back on the fields and the courts and the rinks that they love. There will be a 50% limit on capacity indoors and there will be other social distancing and safety restrictions in place flying around the country in the age of covert could soon be a little more challenging the CDC confirming It could require a test before you board a plane. Already. Passengers flying to Hawaii have to get a negative test within three days of flying to avoid a 14 day mandatory quarantine today, the CDC is confirming it is looking at the possibility of requiring a negative test before any U. S. Domestic flight conversations are ongoing is testing becomes more readily available. This week, a new rule went into place and anybody traveling into the U. S, even from Mexico and Canada must show a negative test before boarding their flight. Alex Stone, ABC News In other news, the Homeland Security Department has issued a high alert. It says domestic extremist may attempt violent acts against federal sites and even lawmakers in the coming days Correspondent Pierre Thomas members of Congress now more certain than ever, they faced a lethal threat. South Carolina Republican Congressman Tom Rice telling our affiliate Wptv, tens of 1000, shouting Hying! Mike Pence. If they had gotten their hands on Mike Pence, they would have killed him. I'm convinced of that. And as the Senate prepares to put former President Trump on trial Democrats continued to maintain that words have dangerous ramifications. Many.