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Prosecution resumes closing argument at Trump Org. trial
"Prosecutors are telling a New York City jury that Donald Trump did know about a tax avoidance scheme being used by his real estate company. In closing arguments to the jury assistant Manhattan district attorney Joshua Stein glass, said Donald Trump knew exactly what was going on with his top executives at the Trump organization. Two of them are accused of helping executives avoid paying income taxes on company perks. Like pricey cars in Manhattan apartments wanted admitted to fraud and is cooperating with the government. Trump organization lawyers deny any wrongdoing, they say longtime finance chief Allen weisselberg was only out to benefit himself, neither Trump nor any family members are accused in the fraud case. I'm Jackie Quinn
The latest in sports
"AP sports. I'm Bruce Morton. Buffalo moved back atop the AFC east by winning at New England 24 to ten. Josh Allen threw two TD passes for the bills who are now 9 and three just ahead of 8 and three Miami. College football, starting in 2024 more teams will have a chance to win the championship. The playoffs will expand to 12 teams up from the current four pro basketball and the only activity on the Thursday NBA card, the pistons went overtime to unpleasantly surprise Dallas one 31 one 25. College hoops, just one matchup involving a couple of AP top 25 teams. Second ranked Texas defeated number 7 creighton 72 67. Meanwhile, a shocker in Salt Lake City as Utah wallops number four Arizona 81 66. Hockey a rare loss for New Jersey, the Devils took the ice winners in 16 of 17, but they fell in overtime to Nashville for three. Bruce Morton AP sports
Bills earn first division win of the season over Patriots | THE CARTON SHOW
"The bills earned a 24 ten win over the Patriots while putting pressure on the dolphins to win on Sunday. Josh Allen threw for two touchdowns as buffalo moved a half game ahead of Miami atop the AFC east. Allen became the first player in NFL history with three seasons of 25 passing touchdowns and 5 rushing scores. Devin Singletary added a one yard run to help the 9 and three bills get their first division win. New England was held to a field goal over the final three quarters and dropped to 6 and 6. Mac Jones was 22 of 36 for just 195 yards in the TD. I'm Dave ferry.
Allen, Bucks hang on after Giannis fouls out to edge Knicks
"The Milwaukee Bucks in New York Knicks played a scrappy game at Madison Square Garden Wednesday night, a combination of solid Nick's defense and the bucks cold shooting in the first half kept things close throughout as Yanis and telecom fouled out with the minute left and the bucks up one O three one O two. Jalen Brunson tied it on the line and then Grayson Allen hit a three with 30 seconds left to seal the deal for Milwaukee. Jan's finished the night with 37 points despite not hitting a shot in the first quarter as the bucks won ugly one O 9 to one O three. Matt maker to New York
Parents Outraged Over 'We Love You, Satan' Message in New Disney Show
"New Disney Christmas series out. Called Santa clauses, what is there more than one now? Is that how do they keep why did they keep messing these things up? Just go with the original. So the Santa clauses is a new children's TV series on Disney+. And it's a reboot of the original Santa Claus film starring Tim Allen, who is a great friend of this program. Anyway, one of the opening segments of the new children's series, and I think it's what a 6 part or 8 part series is one of these limited run shows. And the children spell out we love you, Santa. That's what it's supposed to spell out, but instead of the children's spell out, we love you Satan and a lot of people are posting screenshots of this on social media and moms and dads are just not very happy. They're wondering what the heck is going on? And this all ties in to an effort by the company you might remember a couple of months ago we talked about this where Disney and FX were producing a cartoon series about the spawn of Satan and that did not go over very well. This also falls in line with the Disney mantra that they are going to indoctrinate your kids and they really don't care what you think mom or your daddy. Because they know at the end of the day, you're still going to take your kid to Disney World. You're still going to go to Epcot center. You're going to go to Disneyland and you're going to let them experience the whole Disney vibe. They know that you do not have the moral fortitude or the courage to stand up to the Disney behemoth. So that's why they're not changing course here.
Irene Cara, Oscar-winning singer and actress, dies at 63
"Award winning singer and actress Irene Cara has died at the age of 63. The cause of death has not yet been released. Her publicist calls Irene Cara a beautifully gifted soul whose legacy will forever live through her music and films. That includes fame and flashdance, Cara was the voice behind some of the most joyful, high energy tunes of the 80s. First coming to fame in the movie fame, costarring Debbie Allen featuring performing arts high school talent, Cara died in her home in Florida at the age of 63. I'm
Bills, Vikings and Cowboys score Thanksgiving wins.
"AP sports, I'm Mike Reeves, it was a busy Thanksgiving Day in the NFL with three games on the schedule, the bills were in Detroit to meet the Lions, correspondent Denny cap, was there and has this report. Tyler bass boots a 45 yard field goal with two seconds left as the bills hang on to beat the Lions 28 25 on Thanksgiving Day, passes heroics from 8 necessary after he missed an extra point late in the fourth quarter, which allowed Lions kicker Michael batchley to sign the game on a 51 yarder with 23 seconds left. Sometimes you do everything that you write and sometimes you just get unlucky. We got unlucky, but we have a great group of guys that support me and have my back and I was able to reset and focus on the next big. Josh Allen put bounced into position to win the game, orchestrating a 48 yard drive spurred by a 36 yard pass the Stefan Diggs. Bob Stephens was on hand to watch the cowboys host the Giants. The Dallas Cowboys rallied to defeat the New York Giants 28 20 on Thanksgiving, overcoming a 13 7 deficit with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says the cowboys time of possession keyed the win. Excellent division win game we had to have and I love the fire team and really what tried to break their method. And one thing I'm talking about is controlling the ball was a big focus for us today. That Prescott threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns the Dalton Schultz, CD lamb caught 6 for one O 6, while Daniel Jones threw for two 28 in a touchdown for the Giants. In Minnesota Kirk Cousins finds Adam Thielen in the end zone with 9 34 left to give the Vikings a 33 26 win over the Patriots, it was cousins third scoring strike of the game, just a phenomenal catch by him. I thought that the way he's able to catch that football, keep his feet in bounds. It just says a lot about his ability. One of the things he does really well is his body control and he's just overall athleticism and he showed it there. A great play by him. In college football, Mississippi state gets passed almost 24 22 in college troops in top 5 action number one North Carolina and number three Kansas are winners. I'm Mike Reeves, AP sports.
Bills beat Lions 28-25 for 2nd win in 5 days at Ford Field
"Tyler bass boots a 45 yard field goal with two seconds left as the bills hang on to beat the Lions 28 25 on Thanksgiving Day. NASA heroics from 8 necessary after he missed an extra point late in the fourth quarter, which allowed Lions kicker Michael batchley to sign the game on a 51 yarder with 23 seconds left. Sometimes you do everything that you write and sometimes you just get unlucky. We got unlucky, but we have a great group of guys that support me and have my back and I was able to reset and focus on the next kick. Josh Allen put bounce in a position to win the game, orchestrating a 48 yard drive spurred by a 36 yard pass the Stefan Diggs, the bills improved to 8 and three while the Lions dropped the four and 7. Denny cap Detroit
Heinicke, defense lead Commanders over Texans 23-10
"The commander is allowed just 5 yards in the first half as they won for the 5th time in 6 games beating the Texans 23 to ten On Houston's second play from scrimmage Kendall fuller intercepted Davis mills and returned it 37 yards for a touchdown Commanders defensive tackle Jonathan Allen I think K four and the defensive backs had a phenomenal game and allowed us to put up some of the numbers we did I mean all in all the defense played phenomenal You know I wish we would finish better to get to where we want to get to We got to finish games a little bit better than that And we understand that Washington's defense held Houston's rushing attack to 21 yards on 16 carries and finished with 5 sacks Adam Spillane Houston
Allen Weisselberg Testifies Trump Family Not Involved in Tax Fraud
"Don't want to pass up on this There was testimony today in a courtroom in New York City How about the Trump organization And Alan weisselberg a senior adviser former chief financial officer at former president Trump's organization He said he conspired with a subordinate to hide more than a decade's worth of extras from his taxable income Ready And I quote but that neither Trump nor the family were involved Excuse me But neither Trump nor the family were involved Can you tell me why that's not the leading story on every single cable news show I haven't even seen it once Can you tell me why that's not the lead story the headline at the New York Post front page Let's see if it is tomorrow Can you see if this is going to be the headline on one of the editorials from the office nerds at The Wall Street Journal Maybe it'll be a headline at the national review legal analyst Andy McCarthy He'll jump into this no question about that Let's just see Ladies and gentlemen how much the media how much the media focus on this
Trump Org.'s longtime CFO testifies at company's fraud trial
"Donald Trump's longtime CFO is still a company man collecting a hefty salary from the Trump organization even as he takes the stand as the prosecution star witness in a criminal tax fraud trial Allen weisselberg's on paid leave from the Trump organization after pleading guilty to evading taxes on $1.7 million in company paid perks like cars and a Manhattan apartment as part of his plea deal with prosecutors he testified Tuesday in the case against the former president's company saying he saved the Trump organization hundreds of thousands of dollars by scheming to evade taxes on those perks The prosecution star witness says he deducted those expenses from his salary because it costs the company about half as much as it would to give him a raise The Trump organization denies wrongdoing and says weisselberg concocted the scheme on his own Julie Walker New York
Vikings get critical Allen turnovers, stun Bills 33-30 in OT
"One of the craziest games of the year in overtime 33 30 was the final of Vikings outlasting the bills It appeared that buffalo had won the game in regulation stopping the Vikings on fourth and goal only to have bills quarterback Josh Allen fumbled the snap giving the Vikings the lead So many plays in this game including an acrobatic catch by Justin Jefferson to keep the game alive And me taking your phone I mean the whole play was crazy Jefferson with ten catches for a 193 yards and a score The Vikings moved to 8 and one The bills fall to 6 and three Gene battaglia Orchard park New York
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin in the NBA where Jayson Tatum scored a game high 34 points as Boston defeated Denver one 31 one 12 His night and day the way that we're playing the start of this season compared to the start of last season But whenever we made that change I just feel like we haven't looked back and for the most part we got the same group One or two new guys but they really know how to play the game In New York RJ Barrett scored 30 points for Tom thibodeau as the Knicks down Detroit one 21 one 12 The thing that was different about this game is we still didn't shoot the ball great But I thought we made a lot of plays on selfish place to help get high quality shots Elsewhere Oklahoma City had 8 players in double figure scoring running past Toronto by 19 Memphis had three players over 20 points beating Minnesota one 14 one O three and Golden State got 40 points from Steph Curry one O 6 one O one over Cleveland turning to hockey Washington defeated Tampa Bay as Craig heist reports Darcy Kemper made 28 saves and helped kill off a 5 minute power play in the second period as the capitals beat the lightning 5 to one Sonny Milano had two goals and an assist Anthony mantha Alexi protest and Connor sherry each lit the lamp Kemper missed out on the shutout when Nick permits scored in the third More importantly I think just as a group we came together with the urgency that we really wanted this win and you could see it in our play right from the start and it was nice to see everyone get rewarded College hoops the top 5 teams in the country all in action with number two Gonzaga squeaking out a one point victory at Michigan state Meanwhile number one North Carolina three Houston Ford Kentucky and 5 Baylor all were comfortable winners baseball news the Houston Astros fired their GM James click after he turned down their one year contract to offer and football buffalo quarterback Josh Allen he's questionable for Sunday's game against Minnesota with a sore elbow I'm David Shuster AP sports
Trump Org. executive says he helped colleagues dodge taxes
"Returns on behalf of a father and son executive duo whose Manhattan apartment rents were paid by the company Makani was granted immunity to testify The Trump organization the entity through which the former president owns hotels golf courses and other assets is accused of helping some top executives avoid income taxes on compensation they got in addition to their salaries The company denies any wrongdoing saying longtime finance chief Allen weisselberg went rogue and concocted the scheme without Trump's or the company's knowledge I'm Ed Donahue
Allen Moro: Big Issues Faced by Gen Zers
"About Gen Z voters. The big question is, will they actually come out and vote today? That's been the big question. Alan, I'm curious, Liberty University. What are some of the big issues facing students there? So a liberty where Christian university and a lot of the things that really get people interested and excited about politics are the social issues pro life issues, family issues, education issues. But what I'm finding now, you know, I'm about to graduate college in May, and a lot of my peers are doing the same. And we're thinking about money really for the first time practically, and we see inflation and we see rising costs. We see rent and we see what it's gonna take for us to buy a house one day. And I think people my age are really starting to realize that elections are consequential for their wallet and their pocketbook and their futures. You see,
Pats get 9 sacks in dominant 26-3 victory over Colts
"The Patriots are over 500 for the first time this season following a dominant defensive performance in a 26 three stifling of the colts Linebackers Matt Judah and Josh uche each had three of New England's 9 sacks Mac Jones was 20 of 30 for 147 yards and a touchdown defense played great Three sacks two on three sacks Bentley sack DUIs half a sack you know it was just sacks everywhere So we kind of knew that our defense was going to control the game Sam Allen was 15 of 29 for 103 yards and a late interception that was returned for a touchdown I'm Dave fairy
Wilson, Jets' defense stun Allen, Bills in 20-17 victory
"The jets pulled off their biggest victory in years coming from behind to beat the AFC leading bill's 20 to 17 Greg Sur line's 28 yard field goal with one 43 remaining broke a 1717 tie capping an 86 yard drive engineered by quarterback Zach Wilson We expected to win this game as a team You know of course we understand this is a good team We understand what they're all about But we understand what we're about as well The jets trailed until late in the third quarter when Wilson threw a 7 yard touchdown pass to James Robinson Robinson then rushed for 39 yards on that game winning drive after buffalo and even the score The jets defense held Josh Allen in check intercepting two passes Tom Arian east Rutherford
Bucks top OKC for franchise-record 9th straight to open year
"The bucks are 9 O for the first time in team history following a one O 8 94 decision over the thunder Milwaukee did it while Yanis attend to Koopa was given the night off Brooke Lopez picked up some of the offensive slack with 25 points shooting ten for 16 that included four of the bucks 17 three pointers It's obviously fun and I think what's pretty cool for us is we just feel like we can be so much better That's what's pretty crazy Javon Carter and Grayson Allen each added 5 threes and finished with 18 and 19 points respectively Bobby portis noted his 5th double double of the season with 12 points in 21 rebounds I'm Dave ferry
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"allen " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Today. So we need to get this right. We'll be right back talking to pastor Allen Jackson, the brand new book is out. We'll be right back. Snow. Seems. And I believe. Welcome back. We're talking to the author of a brand new book, big trouble ahead. Big trouble ahead, a real plan for flourishing in a time of fear and deception. Pastor Alan Jackson author of big trouble ahead. I think part of what you say in this book has to do with the idea that things are so bad that many people are turning to God. They're realizing there's no natural solution. There's no human solution. There's no political solution. We have to turn to God because it's too much for us to bear. We need to know that there is a God who cares. Absolutely, there is. We have tragedy fatigue. It seems like every day there's another shooting someplace or expression of violence or we see pictures of thousands of more people pouring across our border. Whatever it is and we're exhausted with it, to the point that people want to withdraw and it's creating depression and defeat and discouragement, church participation is lower than it's ever been. And there's such an opportunity in that to tell the story of scripture. Jesus didn't come to lead a political movement. He came to launch a spiritual initiative to set humanity free from the bondage to darkness. And that is the heart of the church's story. It's not whether we're methodist or Presbyterian or Roman Catholic or Greek Orthodox. Our story is centered in the redemptive work of Jesus. And that stretches across time and culture. It's not new to the 21st century. We have just lived such blessed lives. We've had such a fluence. So much freedom, so much opportunity that those things now that they're being threatened and disrupted, well, it has to be the end of the world. Well, that's a pretty awkward message if you're talking to a Ukrainian believer these days. Or if you have the opportunity to know somebody that lived in Rwanda in the 90s, when a million people in a hundred days were slaughtered, most of them with machetes, I'm pretty sure that felt like the end of the world, if you were living there. Sudan and their extensive Civil War two and a half million people have lost their lives. They're here crisis all over the world. We've just led pretty protected lives. And so we've had this rather cosmetic faith and God in his mercy has awakened us from that slumber so that we can actually invest ourselves in the eternal purposes of his kingdom. I don't even see it as punishment. I think it's a gift. He's asking us to mature and to grow up to learn to stand up. He's asking us to use spiritual muscles. We haven't used in decades to be honest. And that's uncomfortable. It's awkward. We're a little sore spiritually. We're looking at one another trying to decide if this is the right way to do this. And it is. Find a place where they're telling you the truth. Find those outlets, stop listening to the latest conspiracy theory and start listening to the spirit of God. We don't need another seminar debating whether the Holy Spirit exists or not. We need to know how to cooperate with him, recognize his prompting and yield his authority in our lives. We can make a difference in this world. That's what our story is. It's exciting. Well, it is exciting, and it really is, it's remarkable how we have been so blessed that many of us have fallen asleep or it's just what happens. It's human nature. It's terrible. But I think God in his mercy is waking us up and saying that I'm going to put you in circumstances that you're going to have to turn to me. And that's extraordinary. I really do think that there are many people that they wouldn't have considered themselves Christians or anything, but they see such things that are so difficult to process, confusion, all these authorities that we've accepted for decades breaking down that the places that gave us the news, the world of medicine. None of us would have dreamt that those places that our own government would could be the enemy would be suspect would have people that are so afraid of losing their own jobs that they'll say anything, they'll lie, they'll twist the truth. We really grew up in a world where there were standards, but those standards have eroded and we're now at this point. So I think it is painful for many of us in a sense to acknowledge it. But as we're acknowledging it, the good side is that God is there to say, well, I was always here. And I'm here now. And I just want to say to anybody listening, folks, God is here for you for you, whatever you are going through. Maybe you have a child in the hospital, a parent in the hospital, maybe you are dealing with things that you don't want to talk about so much, but God knows what you're going through, and he is there to reach out to you. And I see this just as an opportunity, Alan really, for the church to step up and say, God has always been here. He has the answers. He loves you. He wants to welcome you in to the family of faith and to use you for his purposes. And my favorite things in scripture, Romans 8 28, all things work together for good for those that love the lord and are called according to his purposes. The idea that no matter what the devil throws at us, that God says, well, if you love me in a call according to my purposes, I will flip that and I will use it to bless you to use you. You can't even imagine what I can do because he's God and we're not. So I find myself being very hopeful. Absolutely. I could not agree with you more. It's not a time for despair. In fact, if you will listen, just a little bit to the people around you. There are people that you interact with almost every day I suspect that will give you a little window into what they're struggling with. And there's an opportunity in that moment. You don't have to share even your favorite scripture or your favorite sermon or your favorite author or God forbid, even your favorite book, you could just say, let's pray that in a sentence, you can offer a prayer God help my friend, they're overwhelmed, give them strength. Amen. And don't wait for affirmation. Just move on. Let's start to act like salt and light. God is doing something. And he's enabled us to be a part of it. And I can't tell you, that brings such energy to me. In such a sense of anticipation, I don't know what the outcome will be because I can't tell yet how the gods people are going to respond. If we will humble ourselves and stand together and stand up, I think we will see God respond in mercy. I think if we avoid the truth and avoid the reality that he's showing us, we could have a very different outcome. And I don't think that's been determined yet. But it's an exciting time to me. Start to listen to the people around you and use your voice. You don't have to have a big platform if you'll treat the platform God's given you is if it were significant..
"allen " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Message. We shouldn't be frightened or threatened, but it's going to take courage and boldness. Well, and if we're not clear about that message, people are tuning out. I mean, all of the pastors that are saying, well, we don't want to be political or we don't want to, I think to myself folks, it's called truth. And if you say that an unborn baby is a human being that deserves to live and that you care about that and you're going to vote for people who care about that. You suddenly you're being what people will say is political. But how can you not be political? How can you shrink from truth because you're afraid of being accused of being political? And this goes across the spectrum. I mean, you just said about growing up in a barn in Tennessee. I mean, if you're working with animals, you know, there's male chickens, they're called roosters, and they can't lay eggs. And then there's chicken chickens, and they lay eggs. It's kind of basic. We've understood these things from the beginning of time, but we're living in a crazy time where people with power and loud voices are trying to rearrange reality. And I really do see it as a war against God. And we have to stand up and say, lovingly, God is real. God created the universe. He's the standard of truth. He's the one that sets the boundaries as you said. And we have neglected them. I mean, I don't know how many people who maybe think of themselves as Christians. They go to churches, but they're sleeping with their girlfriend or their boyfriend. They don't seem to understand that's a deal breaker. God can't really bless you if you ignore him in that most basic thing because he loves you, he gives you these fundamental rules. Are you hearing that from the pulpit? Or do you live in a culture where people say, well, we don't want to be divisive, and that's the way it is now. That's like saying, well, we're racist now, and that's just the way it is. There's right and there's wrong. And we have to speak up against wrong and speak up for what is right. And one of the reasons that ISO enjoy coming down to Murfreesboro, a world outreach church is that you have a community of people that they get it and they're not shrinking from this. But pastor Allen, you know, and I know there are many pastors across this country. They have just decided to step back and to try to go back to what were you saying before to 2019. They just, they don't want to deal with this stuff that we've lived through this madness and people need it to be addressed. They're hungry for pastors who will lead and talk about these things. They are, there's a tremendous opportunity. But you have done this so well, Eric, I mean, with book after book and your latest one is a great example of that a letter to the American church. But I would suggest that it isn't being political. What we're trying to address is current events. I'm not looking for a political solution. I mean, if our hearts change, I think we will see different politics. But what we're really trying to talk about is what's happening in our world. And if we don't talk about that, our faith is theoretical. It makes me smile. I can't tell you how many hours I've spent in academic settings, having to study the social customs and the social culture of the first century or the tenth century BC. We want to know all about the social culture of antiquity, but we refuse to talk about the culture at which we live. I'm pretty certain John the Baptist would have lived a longer life if he hadn't talked about current events. Well, he met with the king's life. That, right there, we're going to go to a break, but that right there says it all. John the Baptist and Jesus said things that many pastors say, say, oh, don't say that. Well, here's the problem. They said it. And I think that I would trust their judgment on that more than I would trust some pastors.
"allen " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Tell me Eric, why is relief factor so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway. And that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Hey there folks, welcome back. You know, as you travel around the country or I should say as I travel around the country, I make Friends everywhere. And it's a wonderful thing when you go back to the same place, a number of times. You really do feel like family. One of those places is Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where I have spoken many times at world outreach church and gotten to know the pastor, Alan Jackson. So we're Friends. And I have already read the book that he's going to be talking about. I already gave him an endorsement for it because I love it. But I'm really happy to have him on as my guest right now pastor Allen Jackson. Welcome. Well, thank you, Eric. It's good to be with you. I'll pretend we're just acquaintances because I want this to be a hard hitting journalistic interview. I'm going to ask you the tough questions. This book is titled big trouble ahead, a real plan for flourishing in a time of fear and deception. One of the reasons that I like you and I like the book is because you tell it like it is. We are in a situation in this country, unlike anything we've seen in our lifetimes without any question, and that's what you talk about. So tell my audience effectively, essentially, what do you say in the book big trouble ahead? Well, big trouble ahead is really a play off the word tribulation, which is our biblical world. And tribulation just means big trouble. And I think there's a temptation amongst evangelicals, especially to leap ahead to think, is this the end of the world, because we're walking through this turmoil. And rather than answer that question, I try to acknowledge that we're in this season of tremendous confusion and disruption in realignment. And what do we do to flourish in the midst of that? I think it started with the pandemic in 2020. And we were told if we'd go home for two weeks, we could flatten the curve and return to normal. They lied. And so now we're more than two years later. And the turmoil is escalating. It's not diminishing. We've survived the virus. Such as it was. But we have violence in our streets and lawlessness on our borders and more deception and propaganda and censorship. I mean, you know the list. And we can't just click our heels together and want to go back to 2019. We have to decide what we do in this environment to make a difference for the kingdom of.
"allen " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Abandoned. And I think that's true of making movies as well. At some point you have to say, okay, enough. But during that process, you really are constantly tweaking, showing it to test audiences, just figuring out, okay, how can this be the best that it can be, the clearest it can be the most impactful and that process you're always tweaking things, changing things, and just doing everything you can to make it better. I forgot about that line, but that act that that art is not ever finished, it's just abandoned. If you are in the creative world or writer, that is so true, because you never get it just right. You never get it to where you can't change it, at least I never have. And so at some point, I think you just collapse from sheer exhaustion by the side of the road and you hand it over to your publisher and you let them go with it and you're like, well, I'm just going to have to live with it because I know it's not what I hoped. I wanted to put this in. I wanted to put that in. But at some point, you just kind of have to let you have to let it go. It's really, it's a strange process. I mean, it's a strange thing how true that is. Yeah. And that's what art is. I mean, I think if for people who are making sculptures, just all that process of taking away this piece that piece, having it reveal itself, I think of Michelangelo when he says that the sculpture reveals itself in the marvel that he's working on and I think for artists the same thing, like you're working on it until it fully reveals itself and then at some point you just have to say, okay, that's it. And just let it go, let the world see it. Well, it's amazing, but the world gets to see it now. This weekend Friday, April 29th, it's in theaters. Across the country, the sound of violet dot com, it's a faith film. It's a romantic comedy. Do you know how many theaters it will open in initially, which is to say this is 15 cities. Say again, it's insisting cities across the U.S.. Wow. I can't even imagine that's like a whole other level of, you know, you make a film now you have to figure out how do we open the film so congratulations on that too. That's kind of a big deal. So you said that it's in theaters like now, which is to say this Friday is the opening night, but they're going to be premieres. There are, and there's some sneak previews in theaters on the evening of April 28th, but we're having red carpet events in Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Dayton, Ohio, and Nashville, Brandon heath's 5 time Grammy nominee is performing his song live during the after the April 28th showtime, and then we have additional q-and-as actually in Minneapolis. And Cincinnati as well. So as you go on our website to the special events tab, you can see everything is happening and be part of that and you can also get all this theater showtimes and to get information there as well. The sound of violet dot com. I just want people to understand that folks, if you want to find out about it, and is there a trailer there as well? There is, yes, the trailer is there. There are many other trailers, so you can see all about it on the web. Okay, so the sound of violet dot com. And I just want to be clear to my audience folks, I'm not in the film. You may or may not be in the film. I'm sorry. I tried Allen's a friend. I leaned on him and at the end of the day, he says, no, Eric, no. You're not in the film. You're my friend, but no. I can not wait to talk to you another time. But for now, we'll leave it there. My dear friend Alan wolff, the film is the sound of violet folks throughout the sound of violet dot com..
"allen " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Amazing. All right, we're going to keep you for the final segment folks. Don't go away talking to Allen wolf again, the film, the sound of violet. It's opening this Friday the sound of violet dot com to see where it's playing the sound of violet dot com. We'll be right back. Hey folks, if you listen to this program, of course, you've heard me talk at infinitum about my pillow and my friend Mike lindell. Well, Mike is just announced that you will receive one of his books in the book is next level insane. It is called what are the odds from crack addict to CEO. It's his story. You will receive it absolutely free with any purchase using the promo code Eric. Did you hear that? It would be a great time, by the way, to buy his warm and wonderful my slippers for a limited time. He's offering 50% off my slippers. We all wear them in my extended family, my slippers. Check it out. 50% off. Go to my pillow dot com. Click on the radio listener square and use promo code Eric. You'll also get deep discounts on all my pillow products, including some overstock products such as individual towels, blankets, comforters, and much more or call 809 7 8 30 57 that's 809 7 8 three O 5 7 to use the promo code, Eric. Look how it comes tomorrow that's when I have to choose you welcome back. We're talking to the filmmaker behind a film that's opening this Friday, the sound of violet Allen again, congratulations on bringing this labor of love of so many years to the screen. I can not believe this Friday, it's opening in theaters across the country. Congrats. Amazing. Thank you so much. It really is a dream come true. So many people worked on this film, helped this dream come true. So it's going to be incredible this experiencing it with people in movie theaters when it opens this week. Now, you were just mentioning earlier how because I knew you when you were single and you were talking about how difficult the dating thing is and whatever. And that was your inspiration. And then eventually you decide, and this is often what happens with comedy, right? You exaggerate something to make the point clearer. And so you exaggerate these misunderstandings by saying that we're going to have a character actually who's on the Asperger's autism spectrum to kind of make this just more clear. Yeah, I think, you know, writer yourself and so you know that as you're developing characters and stories that sometimes in just that process and that creative process, the characters almost seem to reveal something about themselves as you're really diving into the creativity about it. And so I felt like that was really true of Sean's character as I developed it that I realized, oh gosh, you know the person, the character I've been creating is actually an autistic person and once I kind of stepped back and looked at it, I realized, oh, okay, yeah, those are his characteristics. I also have friends or autistic and relative who is autistic as well. So that was part of my experience that helped inform who that character is. When I was developing the character of bahnhof, or one of the things he revealed to me is that he's an historical character, and I have no right to develop him whatsoever. It was really ironic. Not so much with Luther. Luther kind of let me take some liberty. Of course. And I gave him a mustache and some early drafts, but then eventually decided to shave it off for the book. I just want to be very clear. No mustache, I'm Luther in my book. I just want to be very clear. No, it's kind of funny, Ellen, because when you talk about developing characters, obviously I haven't had the fun of doing that. It's a completely different thing, but you're quite right when you're working on a story, things kind of reveal themselves to you as your, it's as you are creating the story as you're writing. I mean, I have had that happen to me when you're writing things come up that you weren't anticipating. So it's what they call the creative process. But for a film, it just seems to me that it would be that much more complicated because you've got to have a script, you've got to shoot it. Did you have the experience and again folks are talking about the film? It's called the sound of violet. You can check it out, sign up sound of the sound of violet dot com. But when you were filming this, was there any point where you said, oh, I want to change something kind of on the fly. I'm the director. So I'm going to change this line or that line. You know, you're working with a script. But how did that process go? Absolutely. I mean, when you're on set and you're working with actual people and actual actors delivering the lines, sometimes you're like, you know what, that moment doesn't work, or that moment needs to be stretched out more, or I want to accentuate this and it's not really happening. So in the moment, definitely and also when you're in the editing process as well, they say that you kind of remake your film another time when you're editing it as well. So sometimes the editing process you add in lines or you do things that also help to shape it. They say that art is never finished. It's just.
"allen " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Mention? Well, I'm looking forward to the interview you're going to do with Alan Allen wolf on the sound of violet. I'm enjoying the sound of coffee right now, and it's, I love it. It doesn't it sound wonderful. Actually, here's one thing I want to mention. I want to embarrass my friend Keith junta. Keith junta, if you go to wine patch dot org, wine patch dot org. He writes these brilliant essays, wine patch dot org. Yesterday I was having dinner with people I'd never met them before. Wonderful, wonderful people here in Minneapolis. And they said, oh, we got to tell you about something called wine press. Some blah blah blah blah blah. I said, well, what, you mean wine patch? No, no. Oh yeah, yeah. Wine patch. And they're raving and raving about wine patch. And I said, excuse me, that's my friend Keith junta. And I think the reason you even know about that is because of me because I think he's so amazing that I've been sharing his stuff like crazy. Wine patch dot org if you sign up to my newsletter, Eric my taxes dot com. We link today to his article or was it yesterday? Anyway, we're at a time we'll be back with Ellen wolf. I thought I was about to tell you, but I got my hand in my blue ground girl head tell me Eric, why is relief factor so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway, and that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. In November of 2020, the Democrats were up to no good. They were planning to pull off the greatest scheme of election fraud in history. They didn't think we would catch them, but we did. Find out what they did and how they did it in the new documentary film called 2000 mules directed and narrated by renowned filmmaker dinesh d'souza and executive produced by Salem media group, with research from true the vote dot org 2000 mules tells a story the ones who tried to hijack a presidential election. You'll see the actual video surveillance tapes. You'll see how we track your cell phones to box after box as they got paid to carry out this illegal scheme. Watch the movie and decide for yourself. Attend a limited release premiere of 2000 mules in advance on May 2nd or may 4th to see the movie in the theater, you must buy tickets in advance at 2000 mules dot com. Tickets are not available at local theaters. You can also attend a virtual premiere on May 7th, including a Q&A with dinesh d'souza by tickets for the virtual premiere at 2000 mules dot com. That's the number 2000 mules.
"allen " Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience
"Mark mentioned that he found a lot of letters in the attic thanks to what he thinks is Liddell. These letters helped Mark piece together the history of the house. The home itself was in pretty bad shape, and the new owners knew they would have to take on several projects. They wanted to restore the house, but it was really expensive. To help out with costs they began having tours by appointment for those who were curious about the house. At first they weren't interested in having paranormal investigators come into the home. However, after having so many experiences, they finally started allowing investigations to occur. There have been others who have come through the house that have had their own experiences. Several tenants claim to have encountered ghosts in the building. A doctor captured a reflection of a spirit in a mirror in his room. One of the past owners claims that the spirits in the house kept trying to talk to her. The woman wanted no contact. The spirits left her alone most of the time, but when they would persist the owner would tell them to quote unquote shut up. Tenants also claim to have heard strange moaning sounds, and the sounds of heavy footsteps on the upper floor, which was empty at the time. In 1985 a gift shop was opened on the main floor of the house and shortly after opening, the owner noticed things knocked over missing and some believe that the ghosts of Liddell was furious at the idea that her formal home was being used as a gift shop. Another couple who lived in the building claimed to have seen Liddell's ghost inside of the closet. After trying to close the door shut, they heard someone giggling. Other people who have lived in the house have heard crying, footsteps on the upstairs floors, crying from empty rooms, the police have even been called to the house numerous times for fear of intruders, but there was no one else there when they checked the house. Mark and Rebecca saw a woman in a window where Liddell reportedly died. Shadowy figures would appear in photographs taken by residents, furniture was rearranged by no one having touched anything. Objects around the house would disappear into thin air. One investigation team captured an EVP. That night the team experienced what they believed was a transformer that blew, because the electricity went out. On the recording someone on the team was talking about how they believed it was a transformer. A soft female voice can be heard saying. Not a transformer, not a transformer. The Allen House is a beautiful mansion that I would love to visit one day. I wouldn't mind Liddell showing me around the house. It puts me at ease to know that the Allen family still reside at the forever home, in her busy taking care of their guests, like they have in the past. Join us next time, as we pick up where we left off with our southern spooky stories. If you have a story you would like to share, email us. At boo at southern ghost experience, dot com. And check out our website at southern ghost experience dot com. See you all later..
"allen " Discussed on Architecture Today
"I is about allen editor of architecture today this is the first episode of habitat matters and you six pop car series produced in partnership with echo the series explores the challenges involved in unlocking the potential natural systems and bio-diversity to enrich urban environments. My guess today..
"allen " Discussed on Homophilia
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"allen " Discussed on Homophilia
"That's so raven. Let's talk about pets. A raven for a moment of never seen never seen it. My understanding is that she has magic powers. And i yes she's psychic. She's aside guy and every episode. She has some type of vision that gets her into some mess and she has to try and get herself out of the mess. Because some tonsils visions are they. Can they can lead her astray. Sometimes they're not always exactly what they seem to be. You know. I listen here when it comes to miss raven simone. She is a comedic genius. When i watch that so raven nowadays or when i watch any of her movies and shows like that. I'm like this woman. It was ahead of her time. Solution does not get the credit that she deserves. myth ma'am. She ran disney channel. She was the beyond say of disney channel. Okay she don't like when you say that because she says she had a career longer than beyond what would it mean. It doesn't mean that you were. You know the top talent there you know but now that's so raven is also timeless like i can turn it on today in steel laugh at it. You know there's a lot of stuff that just doesn't age will dash show does and i'll it also pushed the limits here. One of the funniest thing she's ever done is the the meme of her on a live. Oh she's on his mind what she's just laughing talking to kaley. Yes yes yes when. She's talking to key some girl. Yes so good so good. What was that. I missed that whole feud. Can you summarize the issue is that there was just a lot of tension while they were filming cheetah girls specifically. I think with keeley and they've talked about this many times and and so what happened was during the summer there was a lot of talk about cheetah girls and i think keeley went live and and talked about a little bit or a had a discussion with somebody or talked about what it was like filming. That and raven then went on live with key. Liikanen talk about it. They kinda just kind of like beat around the bush or whatever live really didn't get into nitty gritty of what happened but try to come to some healing and seven when the call was over raven just sat there eating her peanut butter and jelly sandwich and was just laughing about the whole situation on the live so it was just a lot of drama and i know that keely you know expressed you know about raven not doing the third movie and you know leaving and not doing a cheetah girls in and raven talking about how she felt like she was being left out when she came to do the second movie and kelly express with that was because we all stayed as a group and we went on tour and we spend all this time together and you left. You know you went to you. Went to go do disney channel. You know into into do your solo career so saying that they had a different bond and stuff like that. And i know the key. Lee has some issues with adrian. Just as his. A whole bunch of mass. How much man. Let's say your career because You know people know you you. I really glue up because of youtube and we always talk about like that. The pitfall of internet fame is that it can go away so quickly in like in a flash but you are it. Seems like really methodically building a career that is meant to last. So what what is your thinking around that like. How do you approach that. I think from the moment i started. I approached it from a state of being a c-. Oh i think i run what i do very much like a business you know and i think i'm always being innovative trying to figure out how to. Why do something next. What is next for me. What is the next step. how do i grow. How do i become. Bigger in know is not necessarily so. I think there's a different distinction when you talk about like fain. I think what happens is a lot of people. They get an opportunity but they're focuses on the popularity so they want the followers they want the lights. They want the engagement and stuff like that. My focus is on the content and the quality of the content and not necessarily the engagement. Because i think that will come with how good he is. You know and i think also i let people miss me. I don't give them all of me all the time you know i kinda go away and in come back in or or i go away. I find something new. Did not come back in you. Know is very strategic. Or how i do it. I think also was great set. I built a career even though mainly from food videos. I built a career based off of my personality. And that's something that will never change in. The problem is they had a lot of these people create platforms based off their personality but the differences at their personality is a performance a character or something like that. So is something that can only maintain for a little while. And then you start to lose what you know what the purpose is. Also i studied theater and film. So it's like me being in the industry. I've been in industry practically my entire life just in a different capacity. You know so. I understand the way that it works in a way that it moves and not just assimilate as as time changes. I think also pay attention to how society changes what changes as far as with. What kind of content. They want to see you know him. And and the things that they want to be engaged in especially with the rise of light tick tock and stuff like that so i just pay its interested market. You know very much supply and demand paying attention to what the consumer wants been requires you to dried to horses at the same time in a way because i feel like for some people when they think of themselves as ceo of their own business that they're sort of get a little stuck in looking at it from the outside in and like you're saying the important thing is really what's on the inside which is the content which the talent which is you. Yes and it seems like a it would be a real challenge to kind of like us both parts of your brain like that. Yeah i think also. I am chest because i guess because i haven't been doing it for too long on very much still rooted in the outside world and understanding the perception of that that i don't get too stuck in the hollywood of it all that i'm able to be like would this is how the world is changing around me. What does the what kind of content do they need. Also i knew that. I did not want to be a digital creator. I wanted to be on tv. I wanted to be a tv host. I wanted to be a personality on television. You now knew that that was more sustainable. Especially with the rise of tick-tock 'cause there's a lot of people now they do videos and if you watch a lot of people they sound exactly like me but the difference is is that they get the engagement on top but because there's so many now oversaturated so you won't be able to get the same opportunity that i got because nobody like you don't need to replace me like nobody's looking for the next ceylan allen at this point because it's fifty million of them you know what i mean..
"allen " Discussed on Homophilia
"And we saw Shonky the new marvel movie it is. I think my favorite mar move all time. It's so much fun genuinely funny Also a horror movie. I know this won't be for you. But a such a good horror movie called night house With rebecca rebecca home hall. Yeah terrifying screamed. Jumped made a scene in the movie theater. Great so those are my wrecks. The week i guess you hot. Px me hap- yuks freddie. Yeah it's great all you gotta give the pr. We have a guest this week. We've been trying to get for ages. Yup he he comes from the world of youtube but he transcends gerald of yuki so much more than that michael just to him a long time ago. A lot of people know him originally from his Hilarious food reaction videos. But as you said he so much more he's actor host producer musician internet fee- knob. You've seen a guest hosting on ellen and making several appearances on ellen. His name is kayla allen and he's here ceylan alan. Yes no you said. You've been traveling where have you been Wow so let's see. I've been in connecticut. Philadelphia san antonio dallas of oh and i was in d. c. And that all happened in the span of a week and a half. Oh my god. Oh my gosh. What are you doing in all these cities. i'm working. I'm filming something very very special. That has been that requires me to do a lot of jumping all around the country. So i am excited for everybody to see. I can't tell you exactly what it is yet but soon i promise that it will be a now. Okay well this is how we build buzz. Kaelin new no it and We all got got our own shares of indie as and this industry. How has travel ban. Job was actually. Hasn't been that bad but you know i fly first class. Where so i'm always on the plane and just chilling up in the front and stuff like that so i don't have to be around a lot of people all the time you know an hours phi delta so i just go to delta sky club in sit up there until the top of my flight okay. You know how to do it. That's the only way to do it right now. Yeah it's not too crowded. What is your pre-takeoff drink of choice. I don't like the taste of alcohol. They met so. I'm very picky when it comes to alcohol. Drink certain drinks So if i'm just taking off. I usually just give me a ginger ale mukalla today okay. It's nothing wrong with yeah pre-takeoff ginger ale. Yeah gingery settle that tom-tom before you take to the air you know a baby What have you been watching on these flights to usually. If i'm on a flight. I'm sleep. But i will say A couple of weeks ago. I flew to When i was flying from new york to Saint lucia watch a ted lasso. Alright i'm obsessed with ted last so obsessed with it. I'm absolutely right there with you. It is reaffirming my faith in humanity. Yes i'm deep deep in. I've watched i. I'm also watching nigh. Perfect strangers right now on hulu. I'm also watching the new. Forget the name of it but that murder mystery. A show with steve. Martin oh yeah. Selena gomez yes. Yes yes loving that. I've been binge-watching sex in the city. Because i never watched it before. Oh oh my god where where. Where are you in the show. Tell me everything. So i'm i'm in season. Four in carriages confessed to aid in about her affair. Yeah i'm at charlotte's wedding. So yeah just did that And then i've also been binge watching game of thrones because i never watched that. Oh my god so you're just doing it all yeah. It took me a while to get into game of thrones. I tried once before. I to give it to me but now i am Watching it again. i think i'm on. I'm already passed when Joffrey dies so okay. That's a good one. Yeah let's get back to sex city for a moment. Are you a bigger. are you eight. Oh biggest trash okay. Biggest right now. Let me tell you something. I have seen the movies though. Okay so i saw the movie. Spurs including cartoons. I saw number two to the movies before. I watched the series so i didn't really have any context. You know so when. I watch a movie out thinking that big came in later on like this is a new relationship right then when i found out that that was not the case and his main being. Here's season why it has ran carried through the mud i grow. You need to let this go because biggest trash. I'm teammate and i was too but you know i had done a rewatch. I've done On a rewatch many times on a seat and for me the aden stuff hasn't aged quite as well not as cute as i remember it being. Yeah i mean is now it every show that we watch you know big still does it for me i. I don't know i. I guess. I was attracted to a lot of toxic bigs in my time again. Exactly when the nanny but he's attractive kristof is an attractive guy. You can't get around that. Yes but his actions are terrible true. It's terrible hey left her at the altar just because she didn't turn around look at him. Are you kidding me. The yes and he does pay. I mean he doesn't. He doesn't leave her at the altar. You mean he did. He was scared you know well. The suddenly the wedding was all about the guest list and the dress and the the spectacle and it was exactly what he didn't want you know he needed one check in. I can't believe i'm defending big. What's gotten me because you talk about. Because that's not what he wanted but the problem with that is through the entire series carey was doing what he wanted. You're right you're right letter. I have this moment her. have this wedding. are you kidding me. Especially with the hoffer carey. Took his damn wife to the hospital after she fail. Dhamma gotta forgotten affair right. Are you kidding me. And i can't have this spectacle of a wedding. And because i don't turn around and.
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