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A highlight from Pastor Greg Locke
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Metaxas. Hey there, folks. Welcome to Friday, which means I'm in California. I've never traveled this much. Chris, I don't know who I am anymore. I don't know where I am. It's unbelievable. I find it best to get a Sharpie with someone as busy as you are to kind of write it down on your arm so when you wake up in the morning, you know. You can just look over. Oh, Iowa. Thank you. Before I forget, in this hour, we're talking to our friend Pastor Greg Locke from the Nashville area in Tennessee. He has a book out. Very exciting. Yesterday, I was on the phone with my friend Ken Fish. And, you know, these are the two people, Ken Fish and Greg Locke, that are talking about deliverance and are involved in the ministry of casting out demons. Now, if you don't believe in that, you might as well say you don't believe in the periodic table or science. This is reality. If you've ever been around it, I defy you to tell me what you think is going on. But anyway, we're talking to Greg Locke and that'll be our one today. I'm not sure who we have an hour or two yet. It'll be somebody great. But it will be somebody great. That's the only thing I can say. And my hair looks like it was styled by Vivek Ramaswamy's people today. I don't know what's going on with my hair, so please try not to look at it. Yeah, Eric, it's very important. You don't want to go full Bollywood with your hair. It just will look too fantastic and terrific. That's what Vivek is doing. He's going full Bollywood. It's kind of like Elvis on steroids. Elvis, Prince, Jerry Lee Lewis is kind of a pompadour kind of thing happening. OK, but listen, we don't want to talk about that. We want to talk about the fact that I'm traveling so much. Why? I don't know why, but I will tell you next week I'll be in Grand Rapids doing an event at Cornerstone University. After that, I go back to Dallas, where I'm doing something Christ for the Nations. 7th. That's October Then I go to San Antonio. I'm speaking in San Antonio October 11th. Sorry, October 10th. Then I go back to Dallas. We're doing a number of Socrates in the City events, which are totally sold out. I'm sorry about that. But if you go to Socrates in the City dot com, you can watch it live. It's going to be October 12th live and you can watch it. I hope you will. I want people to understand that, you know, it can be fun to watch it live because it's not edited. So all the flubs and fluffs and a lot of cursing. I'm just being honest with you. A lot of cursing. We have some guests. It gets very wrong. It's very salty. But we edit that out eventually. But if you want to see it, if you want to hear it, if you've never heard. I was just going to say I now can just you tell it what you want to leave in. And, you know, if you want to keep in the word, you know, honky tonk, it will leave that in. But it'll it'll delete other words you don't want in there. So that's Socrates in the city dot com. You can sign up for that's that's the event we're doing on October 12th on October 13th. I'm going to stay there in Dallas, Fort Worth, and we're doing some Socrates in the studio sessions, one of which will be with the great John's Mirack. He has a book coming out called No First Amendment. No First Amendment. Sorry. No Second Amendment. No first. It is a book worthy of John's Mirack writing. So I'm glad he wrote it. So we're going to be doing a Socrates in the studio session with him on October 13th. It just gets crazy. After that, I go to Augusta, Georgia. I'm I'm reading this Augusta, Georgia, Houston. I'll be in Houston on October 19th. Johnson City, Tennessee. That's right. I'm going to Johnson City, Tennessee. From there, I'm doing a number of appearances where we're promoting the letter to the American Church documentary film. So I'm going to Albuquerque, going to San Diego. I'm going to the L .A. area again to promote that. Then I'm going to be in Omaha, Nebraska. Am I making this up? I'm going to be in Omaha, Nebraska. I'm going to be in Colorado Springs. I'm going to be in Rocky Mountain Cavalry Church in Colorado Springs. I'm going to be in Chino Hills with Jack Hibbs. It's crazy. And I actually ask you to pray for me because this is a very solid, crazy schedule that I will need. I need prayer support. And I believe in that. I know there are people who pray because it gets tough.
Fresh "Antonio" from Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Time to time but the really heavy rain should be done with us at least for a while. High temps tomorrow in the low mid to 60s and just a little warmer each passing day until we get to the weekend when we could see the mid or even upper 70s in some areas on Saturday and Sunday. Today Seattle expects to hit about 60 -61. It's 58 right now. On the Midday News with Taylor VanCise on Newsradio 1000 FM 977. Your information station sponsored Muckleshoot Casino. Bill O 'Neill is at the editor's desk. Among our headlines that to we're following block today the a vote effort to oust House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has failed which means there probably be will a vote in the house to remove McCarthy as speaker after about an hour of debate. They're debating right now. McCarthy called for a vote on his speakership after Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz put forward the motion to vacate the chair yesterday. When the vote begins and a result comes in we expect to bring you special coverage from ABC News and it's day two of former President Trump's civil fraud trial in New York State Attorney General Letitia James. A veteran lawmaker found himself at the end of a pistol last night near his in home Washington DC. Who created social security? Henry Cuellar has represented a region of Texas stretching from San Antonio to the Mexican border since 2005. Cuellar's chief of staff says that as he was parking his car near his Washington DC home last night three armed men rushed the 68 year old and demanded his vehicle. Cuellar complied and the robber sped away. This is one of 750 carjackings in Washington DC this year. The second criminal attack on a member of Congress. His car was later found. Jim Ryan ABC News. A nine -year -old girl who was missing in a New York park was found alive after an tense days -long search the governor of New York Kathy Hochul confirming that Charlotte Cena was object was snapped and that her suspected abductor was taken into custody. Family and friends gathered at a vigil. in upstate New York overnight erupting in cheers the moment they got the news. Charlotte's family overcome thanking the hundreds of rescuers who jumped into action after she disappeared at Moreau Lake State Park on Saturday while biking with friends. Police believing she was abducted. On Monday New York State Police confirming Charlotte was found in good health and a suspect was taken into custody after leaving a ransom note at the Cena family home. State police immediately go to the mailbox and identify what is a ransom note that had been left behind for Charlotte 4th 20 in the morning Opens the mailbox and inserts the ransom note leaving a critical piece of evidence behind his own fingerprint the suspect identified as 47 year old Craig Nelson Ross Jr. New York Governor Kathy Hochul saying overnight they found him and Charlotte in a camper behind his mother's home 13 miles from the Senna's house Charlotte found in cabinet. a The little girl was found in a cabinet covered she was Charlotte taken to a local hospital Governor Hochul saying she appeared to be outwardly physically Charlotte unharmed had last been seen at 615 Saturday evening at the state Park where she was camping with her family riding bikes with friends around this loop when she decided to go around it one last time by herself before sunset when the fourth grader didn't return after 15 minutes her parents started searching at 645 her bike was found along the path Charlotte but was gone you can never be too careful with your kids you know pay attention to where they're at they're what doing for her to ride her bike around that loop would take her about four minutes five minutes you think they're safe doing that at years nine old but you just got to be cognizant and be paying attention to things around your surroundings all the time police say a fingerprint on the ransom note was matched to fingerprints from the suspects arrest in this area in 1999 for driving while intoxicated ABC's Stephanie Ramos reporting Northwest News Time
A highlight from BONUS// God Never Gives Up On You: A Conversation With Pastor Max Lucado About the Narcissists in Our Lives
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Real wealth requires real solutions. Connect to a wealth advisor today at Coriant dot com. Hey, friends, welcome back to the Hearing Jesus podcast. I'm your host, Rachel Grohl. And today we have a very special guest with us that is joining us all the way from Texas. Pastor Max, would you welcome our audience and then just help us understand a little bit about what we're talking about today and some of the things that God has burdened your heart with that we're going to share with our audience today? Well, hello, everybody. And thank you, Rachel. It's a real treat to be with you. Yes, I send you greetings from San Antonio, Texas, and love what we're going to discuss. I'm a pastor. I've been at this same church since 1988. I love to tell and teach Bible stories. And what we're going to be discussing today is the life of Jacob, the life of Jacob. We're following along a book that recently came out. I think it's coming out this week as we're taping this. God will never give up on you. That's the message of Jacob. And I'm super excited, Rachel, to have this opportunity to talk with your audience, your wonderful audience, about an understanding of God's grace, his mercy and his relentless devotion to us. I love that. The tagline in your book, it says, teaches us about grace, mercy and God's relentless love. I love that you call this a refresher course, because I think it's something that we know, but sometimes we often forget that God uses imperfect people to do great things. This life of Jacob, I think, is something that many of us can relate to, especially in a season where there's been a lot of chaos in the world and we find ourselves in this place of just, man, what's next and the frustrations that happen. So I thought it might be a good place to start. If you could describe some of the terms you talk about in your book, the super saint versus the tilted halo, can you maybe elaborate on that a little bit and then also share where you see yourself within those two categories? Well, I see myself as a tilted halo person for sure. I'm a converted drunk. I'm absolutely aware of how frail the human spirit is without the help of the Holy Spirit. And ever since temptation, knocking at the door, maybe there's somebody somewhere who doesn't fear that temptation will find a way into their lives. If so, I may have a sermon or two on humility from which they could benefit. I'd start off the book talking about that if you do see yourself as a super saint, this book's probably not for you. But if you do find yourself struggling to keep your spiritual cheese on your cracker, to keep your balance, to keep your equilibrium, to keep your temper, keep your cool, then the story of Jacob is the story for you. We don't often think about Old Testament characters as a picture of grace. We have this binary, this dichotomy of grace is New Testament and law is Old Testament. I don't hold to that. I think that the God of grace is a God who has been a God of grace since the very beginning. And if you want a great example of the great grace of God, then look at the lives of people like King David, who cheated on his wife, the stories of Abraham, who lied about his wife. But most of all, the story of Jacob, who just seemed like from beginning to end, he was living up to his name. His name means deceiver, and it carries with it a connotation of scoundrel. He always seemed to be working the system, but he had been given a place in God's covenant. And that is that through his lineage, God would bless the world in that covenant. Once God makes a covenant, he never breaks it. He sees the end from the beginning. And when he makes a promise, it's like he's declaring a decree. He's making a decree, this will happen. You and I might change horses in the middle of the stream, not God. Once he says something, it happens. So Jacob was the beneficiary of God's faithfulness, as are all of us. And I think the hero then of the Jacob story is a lot less Jacob, and it's more God. You know, that's something that I talk about a lot on the show, that so much of scripture is descriptive, not necessarily prescriptive, especially when we're talking about some of these individuals that have messiness around them. And like you said, God is really the true hero of that story. I think that is such a good example for us. And, you know, I guess given that lens, what does Jacob's story tell us about God being this God of second chances? And also, what does Jacob's story reveal to us about God's character? Would it help for me to do a quick summary of the Jacob story in case somebody's trying to remember where he fits in Bible history? Yeah, absolutely. I think that's a great point. So Jacob is the grandson of Abraham. Abraham was given a promise by God that through the descendants of Abraham, God would bless the world. And oh, my goodness, has God kept that promise, because through the descendants of Abraham, we have the wonderful Jewish nation. Through the Jewish nation, we have all these stories of Esther, Daniel, David, Isaac. But most of all, we have Jesus Christ. And because of Jesus Christ, we have the church. Jesus was a Jew. The church was founded by Jewish people. And then we as Gentiles, or those of us who are Gentiles, have been beneficiaries of that covenant. So God has made a covenant with Israel. And that covenant began with Abraham. Abraham had a son named Isaac. Isaac married Rebekah, and Rebekah and Isaac had two sons, Esau and Jacob, twins. They were already fighting in the womb, the scripture tells us. And Rebekah said that God told her that the younger would rule over the older. Well, in this case, the younger was Jacob, the older was Esau. So God had already determined that Jacob would be the head of the clan. But rather than wait for God to create that scenario, Jacob and Rebekah took matters into their own hands. And here's where the story of Jacob begins, deceiving his brother, swindling his brother out of that birthright, deceiving his father, telling his father, nearly blind father, that he himself is the older brother and receiving the blessing that should have gone to the older brother. And so the tone of the story is set. Jacob is working the system, ever taking shortcuts, cutting corners, not waiting on God. And as a result, running. He has to go into hiding that his brother Esau is going to kill him. I mean, this is not a happy story. This could be a reality TV show in Jacob. However, though he does nothing to earn the attention of God as he's running from God, God appears to him, reiterates that blessing, presents to him Jacob's ladder, that famous vision, that dream that Jacob had in which angels are ascending and descending and recommits himself and not recommits, but reminds Jacob that this this covenant includes him. And so on what we have is God ever faithful to Jacob, Jacob ever forgetful of God. Now, that reminds me of me, God ever faithful to Max, Max ever forgetful of God. Jacob tended to lean on his own strength. Max does that. Jacob tended to try to negotiate with God. Max does that. Jacob tended to end up having a taste of his own medicine. I've had a taste of my own. I think that's why I love the story of Jacob. He reminds us of ourselves. Some people can relate to Joseph. I mean, not a bad thing is written about Joseph. Some can relate to Mary, mystical and so faithful. Some can relate to the apostle Paul, though he had his struggles, he was so brilliant. But I'll think a lot of us can relate to Jacob.
Marxism Exposed: The Destructive Agenda to Abolish Religion
"Genesis 11, Nimrod wanted to create the city of Babel to create a one -world government. The aim of the Marxists is to get rid of any differences. Diversity is not the strength of the Marxists. Conformity and elimination of differences is the strength of the Marxists. You must understand, it's the exact opposite of what they tell you. And isn't this true? They don't want any dissenting opinion. They don't want any differences or any dialogue, only uniformity, conformity. It's very totalitarian in nature. And so Karl Marx writes basically this idea that there are people in charge of society and we'll call them the bourgeoisie. You know, one, two, three, go after the bourgeoisie is with a chant. That's not what they say on college campuses. They'll use swear words, right? And the rest of us are the proletariat, the everyday man, the worker. Now, he came after this mostly through economic lens. That this was people owning the factories and people working in the factories and it's not fair. Now, this was basically him equipping the everyday rank and file with a playbook of how to criticize and how to attack any power structure. So fast forward, an obscure writer from prison in Italy, many of you know him, Antonio Gramsci, wrote this whole idea that we Marxists, we can't just have economic struggle, revolution against the factory owners, we need to have cultural struggle. That what Marx laid out was a rebellion not just against the rich, but a rebellion against anybody in power, including God himself.
A highlight from Larry Taunton
"Ladies and gentlemen, are you ready to listen to a man of grace, sophistication, integrity, and whimsy? Well, so are we, but until such a man shows up, please welcome Eric Metaxas. Welcome back, folks. This is Eric Metaxas, and welcome to the show. It's hour two. I continue talking to John Smirack, and after this segment, we'll bring on Larry Taunton to go over the news of the day and other things, but the news of the day being Tucker Carlson's mind -blowing interview with Larry Sinclair. Absolutely insane, insane that we're hearing about this for the first time 15 years after we should have heard about it. And the country's a different country because the media and the Republicans just squashed this information because they think you're too stupid to be able to process it on your own, so they have to censor it for you, scandalous. Okay, John, you were talking about something else. I was saying that Winston Churchill had a lot of flaws. He had been a warmonger in 1914. In 1923, he was hostile to the Germans, even though they were the Weimar Republic. He was an anti -German jingoist, but in 1940, he was the indispensable man, the only man who would stop the British from surrendering after France fell and cutting a disgraceful deal that let Hitler essentially run Europe. He was the indispensable man for all his flaws. And there were people in his party, the British Conservative Party, who wanted to push him aside and make a deal with the Nazis because it seemed like the prudent and sensible thing to do. That is exactly when you hear pious Christians condemning Donald Trump saying, well, he's got this terrible moral character. And he says, he puts out mean tweets. They wanna shove Winston Churchill aside and make a deal with the enemies of freedom and surrender to them because they find things unsavory about Donald Trump. And that's what's happening potentially in the Texas Senate right now with Ken Paxton, a heroic defender of religious freedom and the unborn and America's borders and election integrity. He's being savaged from the left by people who hate all those things and attacked from the squish center by the Bush family, which just resents him for beating one of their family members, George P. Bush, in an election. So you've got the most disgusting squish rhinos on the one hand and the far left cooperating the way they cooperated in the election of Obama. So that is my latest political article, but I've got a much more important piece I'd like to talk about. Sure. It has to do with our Lord and savior, Jesus Christ. Was Jesus a sinner? Do we get to say that Jesus was a sinner too? I can't wait to hear where you're going with this one, John Smirack, what do you got? This is a theme I've seen first in mainline Protestant preaching and then in some woke evangelicals. So now of course it eventually filters down to the Vatican. One of the closest advisors to Pope Francis is Father Antonio Spadaro. He runs the semi -official magazine at the Vatican, La Civilta Cattolica. So he is like Pope Francis' right -hand man. He gave a sermon just recently about Jesus' encounter with the Canaanite woman. And I think we all sort of remember that story, this Canaanite woman whose daughter is possessed by a demon starts basically pestering Jesus for a miraculous cure. And Jesus makes her jump through a bunch of hoops. He tells her, look, I've only come to preach to the lost children of Abraham. It is not fit to give to the dogs the bread that is meant for the children. And when we read this, I think we're all a little shocked by it at first. Jesus doesn't sound very nuts. And we're like, wow, what is this? What is this about? I think it is one of those hard sayings in the gospel that we have to think through that challenge us. Jesus was not acting like Oprah here. He was being kind of a hard guy, kind of a tough guy. He makes the woman, basically she gets to the point of saying, but even the dogs get the scraps that fall from the master's table. Then Jesus praises her for her persistence and for her faith, and he heals her daughter, just remotely, heals her daughter. A happy ending. Well, Father Antonio Spadaro, Pope Francis's right -hand man, gave a sermon recently where he says Jesus does not care. He calls Jesus angry and insensitive. He says that his hardness is unshakable. He said that Jesus replies in a mocking and disrespectful way towards that poor woman, because he's apparently blinded by nationalism and theological rigor. But - Hold on, hold on, hold on. You're telling me that one of the top priests at the Vatican genuinely publicly disapproved of the behavior of Jesus of Nazareth, our God. He said that Jesus is giving in to his own racism and nationalism, but by the end, the woman, through her persistence, heals Jesus. He says, quote, Jesus also appears healed and in the end shows himself free from the rigidity of the dominant theological, political and cultural elements of his time. So in other words, the woman heals Jesus instead of Jesus healing the woman's daughter. Jesus's racism is rebuked and repents Jesus for his sin of racism. This is what Pope Francis's right -hand man is saying, but don't take comfort in the fact that you're Protestant. This crap has been around. Protestants have been preaching this for years. You would see it if you go to Woke Preacher TV, you can see videos of Protestant ministers saying this five years ago. Well, first of all, the word Protestant is meaningless because the Protestant church has been in the tank, since Dietrich Bonhoeffer was at union in 1930. I mean, we've had liberal, progressive Protestantism for about a hundred years, so - These are self -described evangelicals. Right, that's the difference. Some of these folks would be described as evangelicals, but they are woke and they're doing the same thing you're describing. But somebody that close to the pope to be saying this, unless you're exaggerating - No, I'm not exaggerating. I was quoting directly from the translation. So let me unpack what's going on here, okay? This is an attempt to put ourselves above Jesus to where we can judge Jesus Christ, because we're so enlightened and we're so intelligent and we have made so much progress. This is the ultimate rebellion, the ultimate new gospel of the Antichrist. And this is what is being preached in our churches where we can judge even the behavior of Jesus Christ. John, it's the clearest mercy I've ever heard. I mean, for somebody to be criticizing Jesus as having sinned even slightly, that goes against every doctrine of the church from the beginning. I can't imagine that this could be - That is what the Vatican is now preaching. So really what happened in this story is this woman is a Canaanite. She's a member of a fertility cult that used to sacrifice infants. So she basically is in a religion that worships demons. She comes to Jesus. The daughter she raised in the demon -worshipping religion is, big surprise, possessed by a demon. She asks Jesus for a miracle, a miracle, a suspension of the laws of nature. God is not some water tap. We turn it on and off. Oh, I need a miracle. Okay, thank you. She's asking for a miracle from a God whom she has rejected her whole life. He makes her jump through a few hoops to show her sincerity and then gives her a miracle. And yet these progressive Christians are so proud that they want to condemn Jesus so that they can feel superior to Jesus. That is the essence of liberal Christianity, where you are the ultimate authority and the secular culture around you are the ultimate authority. George Soros, Microsoft, Facebook, Harvard, Google, they are the authority. They judge even Christ. We have less than a minute left. It's just hard for me to believe that things are that bad, but it seems like they are that bad. I don't know how your average faithful Catholic could make sense of this. This is very, very disturbing. Well, we've had terrible popes before and we've had heretical popes before. We now have one who's probably the worst, most heretical in the history of the church.
Monitor Show 15:00 09-02-2023 15:00
"I particularly want to call AI inference solutions, which is going to drive an increase in the percentage of the mix. And that was Antonio Neri, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, with Bloomberg's Romain Bostic and Katie Greiffeld. And that is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Denise Pellegrini, and this is Bloomberg. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson is dead at the age of 75. A statement from the Richardson Center for Global Engagement said Richardson died in his sleep Friday night at his home in Chatham, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod. Richardson was a candidate for president in the 2008 Democratic primary and later served as energy secretary and U .N. ambassador during the Clinton administration. President Biden has arrived in Florida to serve a hurricane damage, but he won't be joined by Governor Ron DeSantis. After landing in Gainesville today, Biden boarded Marine One for an aerial tour of areas hit by Hurricane Adalia. Later he said to deliver remarks in Live Oak, Florida. As he left the White House this morning, Biden told reporters he won't be meeting with DeSantis. Wished in a way again in Margaritaville, searching for my lost sugar song. Legendary musician Jimmy Buffett has passed away. The singer songwriter was best known for his 1977 hit Margaritaville, which was inducted into the Library of Congress National Recording Registry in 2023 for its cultural, historical or aesthetic importance in the nation's recorded sound heritage. Buffett also had over a dozen other.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-01-2023 19:00
"Towards AI, particularly what I call AI inference solutions, which is going to drive an increase in the percentage of the mix. And that was Antonio Neri, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise with Bloomberg's Romain Bostic and Katie Greifeld. And that is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Denise Pellegrini and this is Bloomberg. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. More than 14 million people are expected to pass through the nation's airports this Labor Day weekend. AAA's Andrew Gross says although bookings for both domestic and international trips are up from last year, those big end of summer family trips don't really factor into that equation. Labor Day weekend may just be kind of like a little three day getaway, if at all. They may stay closer to home, go visit family or go to a nearby beach or a nearby theme park. The TSA is bracing for a high volume of travelers Friday through Wednesday, September 6th. President Biden will be in Florida tomorrow after the state got hit by Hurricane Idalia this week. The president told reporters today he plans to meet with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who's seeking the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. A Trump co -defendant in the Georgia election case is pleading not guilty to racketeering and conspiracy charges. Kenneth Chasebro, who's charged with orchestrating the so -called fake electors scheme, pleaded not guilty and waived his arraignment in the criminal case today. He's accused of outlining a plan to have alternate presidential electors cast their votes for the 2020 election.
A highlight from Short Stuff: Evil Eye
"Elevate your travels with the city advantage executive card the only card with admirals club membership earn advantage miles and loyalty points on your Purchases plus premium benefits that take your trips above and beyond expectations visit city .com slash executive for a bonus miles offer travel on Hey and welcome to the short stuff, I'm Josh and there's Chuck and Jerry's here to Given us the evil eye. Mmm for all the trash we've ever talked about her and frankly it's working because I just Blew a tire on the way here to work. Is that a euphemism? No, no, I blew a tire and I lost my checkbook Mmm, you were at the grocery store. They rang everything up. Mm -hmm You're standing there looking and they were then they said you have to pay now and you want oh and you reached in your purse To get your checkbook out. I reached in my front pocket of my shirt and then you're like, does anyone have a pen and Twelve people under the age of 75 behind you rolled their eyes inside Mm -hmm, and they had a pen but it leaked all over my hand. They gave you the evil eye big Thanks to our pal Dave Bruce and the old folks at how stuff works calm For this bit on the evil eye what we in our house call the stink eye Yes, also, thanks to Antonio Paglia Rullo Who is the author of a book on the evil eye the evil eye Colin the history mystery and magic of the quiet curse? Dave talked to a lot about this because not only did Antonio write that book his grandmother was an evil eye Doer away with practitioner when he was growing up That's right, if you don't know what we're talking about we're talking about what turns out to be a very very old I don't know what you call a tradition. What do you what is custom? Superstition. Yeah, all those things where someone will give you the evil eye. Someone will shoot you a glance We call it the stink eye again. Yeah, and it's it's wordless. You don't have to say a thing. You don't have to have a What is a little voodoo doll There's a big there's a quick cello sting going on in the background 100 % you got to take that that small string section around with you It means basically well originally I think it was sort of came from jealousy or envy but can also be just someone's angry or they resent you or Maybe they're being greedy or something and it's generally always intentional But I was surprised to learn From our friend here who wrote that book that it can be unintentional. I didn't realize that but I mean I guess I guess if you're coveting Something are you jealous of somebody to the left of the person you accidentally look at and give the evil eye That's the best I can come up with for unintentional evil eye This goes all the way back to the Greeks and possibly before right? Oh, yeah long before the Greeks but Plutarch was maybe the first person to actually write about it He was a philosopher and historian as everybody knows and he wrote some essays that were collected into something called Moralia And he talked about the evil eye in that his whole jam. Was that your eyes are a source of energy That shoot out that shoot the energy out into the world around you and that reminded me Chuck of our stereoscopic episode where that one one of those ancient physicians would had their their theory was that we see by shooting beams out at Stuff. Yeah, and that's how we see and I guess that's kind of what it was based on. Yeah, totally the basically the body fills up with that jealousy or rage or whatever and It clouds the mind and then the eyeballs are right there in front of the mind to sort of Display for the world whatever the mind is thinking and in this case, it's evil Yeah, and it goes when you shoot the evil eye out of your eyes that was Plutarch's take and apparently that was the popular Take of it. Yeah, and depending on what culture you are from and your your ancestry is Sort of about you might have a long rich tradition of evil eye shooters or or Blaming everything that happens to you. That's bad on an evil eye that was shot your way Yeah, because it's not just stuff that happens to you directly like an injury or an illness It can also be things that happen to the things you depend on like your smartphone Exploding in your pocket. Remember what that used to happen. Yeah They are blowing a tire smartphones did They didn't catch on fire, right? Am I making that up? There were like mild explosions with some I want to say an Android at some point in time Yeah blowing up in people's pockets and everyone's like ha boy remember when that was a thing Yeah, and now they're right back in her pockets again back in the aughts. Yeah. Everybody's like, I don't care I love smartphones so much. I'll just take the risk. That's right so back to Antonio who wrote the book the evil eye he is Catholic and Italian and he said, you know, we don't even have like baby showers over here like that That's considered bad luck to have a baby shower. Like you're tempting fate or something like that yes, so it's a you know, sort of a superstitious danger and Over there and this is kind of true anywhere in any culture that has an evil eye history They will have protections against evil eyes like amulets and things like that and pregnant women would wear amulets in Italy Apparently at least in his family and they would say these special prayers to ward off the evil eye Yeah, and the reason why Having something like a baby shower would tempt fate and maybe attract an evil eye Is that it could be taken as like a boast or something and roasting can generate? Envy or jealousy and envy or jealousy can shoot out of your eyes as the evil eye and then your smartphone blows up in your Hand during the baby shower. Yeah, look at me I made a human and in particular babies children pregnant women and animals are the most vulnerable to the evil eye Although it can happen to anybody But there's different traditions and customs for protecting against the evil eye Depending on where you are in the world. Like you said in Turkey when you are a newborn baby You're gonna get what's called a nazar? Which is a dark blue? Circle with a white circle inside it in a dark blue circle inside the white circle and it's meant to be an eye And Chuck I say we take a break and we'll come back and tell everybody whose eye it is after this know ooh You friends seeing a doctor when you're sick is enough to make you sick or sicker and involves a lot of time and Effort at a time when you're least equipped to provide either so we want to talk about Teladoc, which is a far better alternative It's putting the humanity into health care. 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Yeah Yeah, and like you said depending on where you are you might have different traditions for warding this thing off a lot of these countries are Middle Eastern or somewhere around the Mediterranean Sea I believe Dave Even said in his own family his grandmother in the Jewish tradition would tie Ribbons on cribs and things like that to ward off the evil eye or potential bad luck for newborn babies in that right? Yeah for sure in India They'll put some coal a black dot on the in Infants face and all these the point of these the nazar the red ribbon the black dot on the face They're meant to protect they're they're basically amulets or talisman that can protect against the evil eye and one reason why they based that on the eye of Horace is because in ancient Egypt the eye of Horace was painted on homes painted in tombs and it offered protection from evil or malintent or all sorts of problems even back then and so it kind of got mmm, you know how they take like You century know it goes from really ornate to like really stylized and simple That's basically what happened to the eye of Horace when it became the nazar. Yeah, that's a good way to say it Well, thank you and our book author also like you mentioned his grandmother Paglia Rulo's Grandma would keep a bowl of water in her kitchen and poured little drops of olive oil in there and look at the shapes and the patterns that the oil would take and Apparently that would inform her on the evil eye and if there was like someone in her family that was potentially in danger or a neighbor or something that Possibly will be or was stricken with the evil eye and I thought that was really interesting I don't know if it literally was like hey that looks like Our Gary our neighbor, right or if it's just you know, kind of reading the tea leaves, right? I'll put that olive oil was so good, too So you said that this all kind of came out of the Mediterranean did you not yes They've traced it back at least 5 ,000 years ago to tell Brock which is a city in Mesopotamia Which is tell Brock is a modern -day Syria right now and they found tiny figures that all kind of bear a resemblance to one another They call them eye idols and that they think that these offered protection as well Did you look up the eye idols of tell Brock do I didn't if? Et is not based on that. I will eat my head It's Identical to eat. It's crazy how much it looks like et man There's nobody who's seen et and would see one of those and be like, I don't know like it looks exactly like et All right, I'm looking it up and that is et. Yeah in that nuts That is et. I mean that is unmistakably an et head, right? But also even the body resembles et the proportions and everything. Yeah, that's true I don't see any arms and legs, but it does have that big squatty body. Well, thank God I don't have to eat my hat today Because they just pile on everything else bad that's happened. Was it like a sweaty old baseball cap. Mm -hmm Salty, you know, it's got the white salt streaks. It'll never come out. No, thanks So, I guess that's about it, huh for for evil eye. I got nothing else. Yeah There's all sorts of amulets and talisman you can use to protect yourself If you feel like somebody gave you the evil eye you can also say please don't look at me like that anymore I don't know what's wrong with you. That will also dispel the magic too. That's right.
A highlight from Hijos de la Esclava | Glatas 4 con Flavio Velzquez
"What are you thinking at the same time? What I'm thinking at the same time? I'm thinking about the texts of what I think, what I write, or the first of the books. And I don't know if it's because of the remark that comes from the interpretation of the book. So I think that this is something that has to do recently with the recognition, with this new perspective of the book, with N .T. Wright. So I can't say that it's always there, or maybe it's not always there. In the book, you interpret the things that come from the book. But I think that we have a lot of resources, more than anything, to look more into the history and try to understand the thinking of the book. And I think that it's not just a way of looking at the Judaism, but what I think is to adopt all the Gentiles through the messages, to do something, well, not to justify it, because the world is going to have to do it. We'll see. Thanks for watching this podcast. Did you see? Did you see? Let's start. Two of the figures that present more are possible, for example, from the religious era, N .T. Wright, because it's also religious, from the academic era in Spain, so that he won't be able to talk more about the philology of Antonio Piñero. I can understand these questions, because I see many texts that are in the New Testament, that the influence of the principal is on Paulina's cards, if you think of Paulino, he has a great influence on Judaism, a Judaism that is played with the Roman culture, because Paulina is a god of Jerusalem, a god of the Tarzó region, he has other influences, and I think that's a bit speculation, that he is the god of Judaism in the diaspora, in the best of cases, for what he relates and what he says. It could be included, that at the end of the day, he was a god of Judaism, that's to say that his father was not a god of Judaism at all, and at the end of the day, there are speculations, but what he says is that he is a god of practicing. And when he refers to these questions, who are the saints of the promise, to Paul, I think that was the question, because he is Lulu, to Paul, the saints of the promise are all the saints who will be the saints of the promise. It is independent if it is a god of the spirit, or a god of the people, if it is a god of the spirit, the man who will be the saints is a god of the promise. And this is the invitation that is included. In the second verse, it says, I am a god like you, because I am also a god like you, and that is important, because it is not just a more refined way that Paulina is playing with a god of Judaism, because if you are playing with a god of Judaism, you will simply play with a god like you, and you will be a god like you. And it is not just a god like you, because I am like you, because I am like you, I have a distinct culture, and I adopt this culture so that I can have a cultural connection, and here a little bit more is referring to, I do not want to record that salvation is good because we are talking about culture. If we are talking about what we want, if the supply is being supplied to the public, if the public is being supplied to the public, the government is being paid for it, and the government is being paid for it, and they say, no, no, no, they are going to supply us. And they say, no, they are not being offended, and they say, why not? Because it is not an offense, because it is a cultural thing. So Paulina says, it is not an offense that is being treated, but it is a molestion, because how is it possible to be in the difficult place? And now, I know that for a living, the car is being evangelized, and for the first time, if we are talking about a mystery, we do not know what is their ability, or if they are having a problem, they are going to like the glasses, and they say, that is my insurance, and that is what I have to do, I have to do this to protect them. It is not bad. They are going to like the glasses. And they are going to like the glasses, it is also possible that they are going to like the glasses, and they want to give us a practicality in the nation of Greece, with them.
A highlight from Ep. 559 The World of Magic Edens NFT Marketplace
"All right, everybody, Bryce and Pizza Mind here coming at you with some big news. Pizza Mind, how are you feeling about this big news? Well, change is scary no matter what it is. But this is going to be a change that's going to benefit everyone involved. Even if it sounds scary at first, once we get more comfortable, I think people are going to be very, very happy. Go ahead, Bryce. Make the announcement. Yeah. So Pizza Mind, you know, we started this company together, what, four years ago already. And life changes. Pizza Mind wants to take on a lot more. OK, he wants to take on more, more, more. But what does that require him to do? It requires him to kind of go out and travel and become one with the world and become one with crypto conferences and get all sorts of different advisorships and with his day to days here, which is insane day to day, insane hours. You know, ultimately, he wants to be able to have a little bit more freedom. And we think that what we're crafting here together is actually going to add a lot more value, giving Pizza Mind this new level of freedom to go out, travel, network and actually make our community a lot stronger by him being boots on the ground out there. And it's, you know, it's just going to result in, you know, you and me actually seeing less of Pizza Mind on a day to day basis. So Pete's probably won't be as active in our community, but you bet your bottom gold and Bitcoin he's going to be reporting back what he finds. I'm sure you'll join us, you know, once or twice a quarter to report back. And when I find really good things that I want to invest in, you can bet I'm going to report back. I'm still here for you guys, but I'm going to be traveling around the world, taking on a slightly different role as more of an outside correspondent going forward. All right, everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the Crypto 101 podcast. You guys know what time it is. We're bringing on more legendary builders in the crypto space. Pizza Mind, I'm particularly excited for this one. And I think anybody at home who's listening will be, too, if particularly if they're interested in learning about NFTs. What would you say, Pete? I would say there's going to be a magical episode. And why do you say it'd be so magical? Because we have co -founder Joshin from Magic Eden on the show today. Bam. Yes, let's do it. Zed, aka Zed from Magic Eden. How's it going, man? Yo, what's up, guys? Thanks so much for the tea up. No one's ever done a magical episode before, so that's dope. Yes, Pizza Mind is legendary for his puns, but no, we're excited, man. You guys have been building incredible, really cross chain NFT tooling and an awesome platform for a year or two years. We want to know the whole founding story. We want you to just kind of tell all. But before we do that, let's just get acquainted with you. And who are you and what were you doing really before founding Magic Eden? Yeah, for sure. Excited to be on here. So thanks for having me. I first got into crypto in about 2017. My background before that was a little bit all over the place. I tell people that I did actually spend about a year of my life in my pre -crypto days doing mining. And people think they automatically assume that that's kind of some kind of Bitcoin mining or Ethereum mining or something. But I was actually working in underground mines. Literally was in like a uranium mine for like a year. And that's how you got your superpowers. That's not going to make sense. Yeah, you could call it that. But this was back in another lifetime. I'm from Australia, hence it kind of makes sense that I was working in mining at the time I was in a consulting firm that put me there. And then I moved to the US in about 2015. Yeah, generally just been a very inquisitive dude. Like, I just enjoy getting into new technologies. And around that time when I moved to San Francisco, there's no shortage of interesting things going on. But one of those things was lucky enough to kind of come across crypto. Had a few friends who were working at Coinbase, sort of 2015, 2016 era, and was lucky enough to kind of learn a bit about Bitcoin. And then in 2017, all this stuff started happening on Ethereum. And in many ways, it's kind of funny, like the 2017 ICO boom was very analogous to what happened with NFTs in 21. And that's when I first got interested. I ended up joining a team, DYDX, as a second employee in late 2017, early 18. Shout out to those guys. Antonio was on the show recently. Oh, sick. Yeah, solid, solid guy. And anyway, I spent a few years there, learned an absolute ton about what it takes to build in crypto. I mean, we went through obviously the cycles, went through various rounds of product iteration. He's famously known for kind of like throwing away the previous thing and making 10x bets, and I really, really, really admire that. I spent a little bit of time at Coinbase after building institutional products, which is really interesting as well. That was during the time when hedge funds and corporates macro was really full into Bitcoin. And then I left in sort of like mid -21 and we started Magic Eden in September of 21. And the whole kind of founding story is that we were all DJ -ing on the side, doing our own little thing, right? We were trading NFTs, we were obviously part of DeFi summer before that. And we started using a bunch of different things on all the chains. I remember I had Avalanche wallets, I had Polygon wallets, I had Solana wallets. We were just kind of using all kinds of things. And there was something magical when we first used, first set a Solana transaction because it was so fast and so cheap. And we thought that immediately if NFTs are sort of the consumer use case, there must be something that happens on a chain that is much more performant. And that was the original thesis.
A highlight from America's Cultural Revolution with Chris Rufo
"We have a great guest for the full hour, really smart man, Christopher Rufo, author of a very important book that you should purchase, America's Cultural Revolution, by Christopher Rufo. Christopher, thank you for joining the program again, the subtitle of the book is How the Radical Left Conquered Everything. I have been encouraging our audience, it's about Mao, it's about Mao, it's about Mao, you know, kind of in politics, we talked about Stalin or Hitler and Mussolini, I think too much. Mao doesn't get as much attention. Before we talk about America's Cultural Revolution, catch us up to speed about Mao's Cultural Revolution and what can we learn from it and how does it apply today? Well, Mao understood, you know, Mao was of course the great Chinese communist military hero who led the communist forces on their long march and then conquered the country, established a Marxist -Leninist state. But what he realized by the 1960s was that leveling the economy, reshaping everything on an economic front and a political front was not enough. And that in order to get the true communist utopia, he believed, you had to also level all attachments to the prior culture. You had to really wipe out the connection between the people and their cultural history and replace it with left -wing Marxist ideology, which then became known as Maoism, famously made concrete in his little red book of quotations that was spread around the country at that time and still to this day. And in America, though, what's happening is something very similar. The radical left realized that they could not bring a socialist Marxist working class revolution to the United States. In fact, most middle class Americans and working class Americans were totally against that kind of movement dating back to the 60s and 70s. And so they said, what we have to do is infiltrate the institutions of culture and turn those great institutions against the American people to change how they think about their past, their present in order to influence their future. And so now you're talking about America's cultural revolution. When did it start? And we could talk about how they've conquered everything as you throw out because your book is super smart and you make a lot of great points. When would you say was the beginning of America's cultural revolution? The beginning point is actually quite clear. It's in the year 1968. That was when the so -called new left came to prominence. You had student activists and left -wing intellectuals mobilizing in the universities at the same time that you had what was thought of as the underclass mobilizing through riots in America cities, more than 100 different cities around the country. And this is the genesis of this coalition that has stuck around to this day. You have the intelligentsia working ideologically, trying to reshape people's opinions, attitudes and beliefs. And then you have the streets, the inner cities, what was called the lumpen proletariat, the people at the fringes of society mobilizing in a physical and violent way. And so what you saw established, that basic dynamic in 1968, all of a sudden you fast forward 50 -some years to 2020 with George Floyd and you see it emerging again. You have the editorialists at MSNBC and the elite left -wing media working with the BLM movement that was really mobilizing people to violence in America's cities. It's the same pattern over and over and over. These folks have been doing it not by accident, but very deliberately. They had a plan to get the institutions to march all the way through America's prestige economy and then to turn these ideas on using events like the death of George Floyd as a focal point in their campaign. So in the book, I'm really glad you start, chapter one, Erbert Marcuse, the father of the revolution. This is a name that most Americans aren't familiar with. Politically involved people would maybe know Saul Linsky, right? Maybe Antonio Gramsci. But Marcuse, elderly philosopher, took the dialectics of liberation, you write. What did he believe? What is the Frankfurt School? And I'm told, Christopher Rufo, by the media that the Frankfurt School is a conspiracy theory. Christopher Rufo. Yeah, I guess it's a conspiracy theory, but it's quite interesting because left -wing intellectuals prior to maybe 2015, 2016, they celebrated what they called Western Marxism or Cultural Marxism. And they said that that was a line of thinking in the academic literature that was highly prized at the time. And then all of a sudden, once it became well known and it became unpopular because these insane, ideas are then they said, no, no, no, we can't talk about that anymore. That's a conspiracy theory. And they tried to take all their own work and kind of hide it in the corner. But Herbert Marcuse is really important and his name should be just as prominent as Saul Linsky's name. And I, because I think he's actually more important because while Saul Linsky was a master tactician, he knew how to play the game of activism at the tactical level. Herbert Marcuse was really the intellectual godfather of the modern left. He realized that the traditional Marxist revolution was a failure. He looked at the Soviet Union and realized that that could not work, wasn't working in the Soviet Union and wasn't working anywhere in the West. And so all of the ideas that Marcuse originated, the ideas of the new left, the idea of the high -low coalition, the idea of changing cultural perceptions in order to change politics, the idea of using extra -parliamentary power, meaning street activism and the threat of violence in pursuit of political activism, the idea of repressive tolerance, meaning repressing certain ideas, all conservative ideas in places like universities and forcing left -wing ideas into the discourse. All of those ideas that you see all around us were already written about, thought about and originated and perpetuated by Marcuse in the late 1960s. So if you want to understand our current moment, you have to understand this man, you have to understand his ideas and you have to understand his strategies for achieving power.
Becky Hammon, Las Vegas Aces coach, denies bullying player over pregnancy
"Las Vegas aces coach Becky hammon denied Wednesday that former aces player D Erika hamby was bullied on her team for being pregnant, saying any ill feelings between the two came from hamby being traded. Hammond, one of the league's marquee figures said at a news conference she did nothing to warrant discipline from the WNBA, which suspended her for two games without pay Tuesday after a months long investigation into hamby's allegations. A former player for the franchise during their days in San Antonio, Hammond guided the aces to their first WNBA title in her inaugural season with the team last year. I'm geffen cool ball.
The Wembanyama sweepstakes and draft lottery has a winner: It's the Spurs
"The San Antonio spurs won the NBA draft lottery and the number one overall pick on Tuesday night guaranteeing them a chance to select top prospect Victor wembanyama. When Ben Yama a 7 foot three French 19 year old is one of the most highly touted prospects in NBA history and will be expected to make an immediate impact on the league. The spurs were one of three teams with the best odds at 14% to land the number one pick. It's the third time they won the lottery. They drafted David Robinson in 1987 and Tim Duncan ten years later. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
What to Know About the N.B.A. Draft Lottery
"The Victor webinar sweepstakes is about to have a winner. The NBA draft lottery is Tuesday night in Chicago and 14 teams will hope that the ping Pong balls will bounce their way, giving them the number one pick this year and the chance to draft web and Yama. The Detroit Pistons, Houston Rockets and San Antonio spurs all have the best chance of winning the lottery and getting the number one pick 14% or about 7 to one odds. The 19 year old web and Yama averaged 21.4 points, 9.9 rebounds and 3.1 blocks in 29 games for his French LMB pro a league
Rep. Chip Roy: Biden Has Not Prepared for the End of Title 42
"This title 42 drops out I guess on Thursday and what is the Biden administration done to prepare for this Well virtually nothing I mean your listeners are really smart but just like a recap right I mean title 42 is the provision that is under our health code laws that has been used as a band aid on a gunshot wound to stop about a third to a half of the flow of people coming into the country So for example if we had 200,000 encounters in March a 100,000 of those were turned away under title 42 but on Thursday that no longer applies because the COVID emergency is allegedly now officially formally ending on Thursday and the Biden administration So that means our guys are under fees They're getting absolutely crushed I'm getting text messages from border patrol agents from DPS About what's happening down at the border 15,000 Venezuelan migrants that are sitting up right across the river from Brownsville We've got hundreds of thousands of people that are starting to head up towards the northern Mexico region Our hospitals overrun our cops are overrun I got a text message from guy earlier that said he said it's basically quote broken arrow right Like basically a military term saying that they've fully lost control in 25 27,000 people in detention only 5000 process and they're getting hundreds of by the minute And they don't have any place to put them The state of emergency has been declared in El Paso a state of emergency has been declared in Laredo a state of emergency has been declared in Brownsville San Antonio is preparing in their migrant center It is so bad Mark I don't even know how to put into words
UN: 258 million people faced acute food insecurity in 2022
"A new study finds more than a quarter of a billion people in 58 countries faced acute food insecurity last year. The global report on food crises also says people in 7 countries were on the brink of starvation due to conflicts, climate change, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine, the worse of nations were Somalia, Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Haiti, Nigeria, South Sudan and Yemen, the global report is an alliance of humanitarian organizations founded by the UN and the EU. UN secretary general Antonio Guterres says the report is a stinging indictment of humanity's failure to implement UN goals to end world hunger. I'm Charles De Ledesma
UN chief and West berate Russia's top diplomat over Ukraine
"Officials berate Russia's Sergei Lavrov at a UN meeting. UN chief Antonio Guterres and representatives from western nations hit out at Russia's Lavrov as he shared a meeting on Monday, accusing Moscow of violating the UN charter by attacking Ukraine and occupying part of its territory, Lavrov responded by defending his country's military action and accusing the U.S. and its allies of undercutting global democracy. Guterres said, tensions between major powers are at a historic high and so are the risks of conflict through misadventure or miscalculation, he said, pointing to the war in Ukraine. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Climate tension: UN chief chides Biden, other world leaders
"The UN's chief has issued a warning to President Biden and other world leaders meeting in a virtual White House summit on climate change. You are the major economies, but also the major emitters. Ones whom secretary general Antonio Guterres says have adopted fossil fuel projects and other policies that will boost the planet's temperature by nearly twice as much as the limit they said 8 years ago. And these is a death sentence. And in a blunt challenge, I urge you to change course. Guterres statements followed the president's opening remarks. We're at a moment of great peril, but also great possibilities. Where he noted U.S. investments
The Theology of Hell: There's No Truth, Just Power
"It's interesting how it happened in America because this is what we call cultural Marxism and it's in critical race theory. When I was in college in the 80s, it was called deconstruction. And basically. What they are saying is there is no such thing as truth. There is only power. Yeah. And this is really the theology of hell. There's no truth just power. It's deeply wicked. And it is sort of everywhere now, but it starts in the universities, and it was making its way through the universities Antonio gramsci and all these figures who Jacques derrida. They were undermining the idea of truth. And it's interesting where it leads. Exactly. It leads to anarchy right now there's a logic in line with the ideas are gone in the country now. We stopped valuing that.
"antonio" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"And you know, if you're going to go that route, you have to understand that any growth in any whatever you want to call it, recovery, you know, whatever it is is not this linear Ascension. And there's going to be these weird bumps in the road, and if you're really interested in rehabilitating the person, then to cut them and then say, I'm not talking about them anymore, sort of a weird thing when a week ago, you literally just said, oh, I enjoyed watching this whole process of him becoming a better person. Yeah, the buck's whole handling of this just step after step just seem to be less defensible as we, as we go along, and now we arrive at this point, but again, the thing that always got to me about this was, you know, there is there has to be a path back for these guys who do terrible things off the field or on the field. Some of those paths have to be longer than others. Antonio Brown never showed any contrition for specifically the mistreatment of women, I mean, he was on ESPN after getting released by the Patriots talking about how he felt he had never had any problem with women, that this was all basically people making stuff up about him and that's the way it is, even though aside from our independent reporting, you can look at police reports, you could look at. I mean, you could look at Antonio Brown's social media feed and see him just abhorrent treatment of women. So the bucks did not make him clear that huddle before he joined their organization. They said they were, you know, they were seeing progress. They were never specific about what progress it was. They don't need to be, but you could see at least from a public facing standpoint. Go back to the vaccine card. Antonio Brown, the day before he was suspended, was on Richard Sherman's podcast and the two of them had a conversation about how Antonio Brown was actually the victim here. This was a media narrative about his fake vaccine card, but he's actually vaccinated. And this is just this is just people I have to get him, just making things up about him. And then a day later, he suspended. For an offense that he did not appeal. So there was no consequence from the team at any point for any of this behavior. And it just really created an atmosphere where it didn't really seem like particularly cared what he was going to do as long as it was not coming into the locker room, which is a pretty just we're not going to pretend every player in every locker room is a saint, but you have to be able to function in society. And it just seemed like they didn't really care how he was outside of their locker room and off the field. And again, the other thing I just mentioned, these are not heat of the moment mistakes that Antonio Brown was making. Today might have been. But the, you know, if you go back to his sexual misconduct, if you go back to the fake vaccination card, these are kind of premeditated actions that he's then not being truthful about in a public setting..
"antonio" Discussed on Hey Strangeness
"Antonio memories group is the idea that in the olden days and no one has identified specifically what the old days is or when the old days but it was normal for a woman's mother to escort her to the dance hall or to accompany her out on the town. You know chaperoning effectively and that one night. Does this have to tie the hispanic culture i. It's just what i've read in a couple of counts of this story on like blogs and local newspapers and then also in the comments of people who were from this neighborhood as we. I keep referring back to sorry. I just wasn't sure no but the this variation of the story involves you know basically mom saying. Hey we're not going out tonight you're staying in. I'm i don't wanna go. Whatever and the young lady. Saying i'm going anyway. And that's why she runs into the devil because she was immoral dishonest. Yeah yeah and a and a question. I had for you as someone who grew up in this neighborhood very deeply steeped in hispanic catholic culture the hispanic catholic culture westside san antonio. Do you think this is in any way. A cautionary tale kind of pointed towards young people. Like hey stay away from dancing. Stay away from bars. I could definitely see that That's why i asked if you were referring to hispanic culture as having the mother escort the daughter. Because i mean we do have like you know our communities than we have argon atas as we have things that we kinda follow as tradition because the people you know our families before it did that And so i can kinda see where like in hispanic latin culture where it would be a mom escorting the dollar to dance dancehall program. I don't know if that would really be happening in the seventies. I mean maybe i could probably see more in the seventy seventy five so i could probably see it happening..
"antonio" Discussed on Hey Strangeness
"Yes smell now. When we visited this building fairly recently. I'd say within the last sixty days there was a lot of graffiti on the exterior. And you can see some pictures on our instagram feed. I posted them awhile ago. But i'll i'll re post them to feed in conjunction with this episode. And i wonder now opinion that 'cause the the graffiti was very spiritual because remember it just said god on the and that's like really interesting because i have not lived in san antonio for the last six plus years of my adult life so i don't i really don't know what the current status is in the neighborhood like. I don't know to watch the neighborhood. I don't know what the neighborhood is telling the current generation of kids growing up. They're like. I don't know if you know what i mean. The people that i knew living two streets away or still telling their kids like hey. Don't go there. Don't mess with that area of a little bit of data regarding the modern neighborhood and how people feel about this story. Not too long ago at sea may twentieth is when i recorded this video my phone. Your birthday is specifically signed up for this facebook group. Because it's you had to be a member. Notary comments and this comment thread had seventy plus by the time i stumbled across it and someone basically asked. Does anyone remember a story about a dancing devil at a nightclub in san antonio and tons of comments by the time i got to it. It took me two minutes to record the entire comment threat. Just like scrolling down here but all of these overlapping comments and people corroborating the story at the camera on c. too. I wonder if it ever stopped anyone at the on saito. My parents told me. Is that a bar named law. Cobb brad dita you brugh dita. That's how you spell it in what it's called now then someone else says l..
"antonio" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"So although you'll gathering that research data directly from from the people that met which are your client said it's that's fantastic code city and i think to myself well if i wanted to get on board and i've never done this before. Is it very difficult for somebody to go through. This process and especially smaller. Businesses resources are limited. Had no i totally rick. It's great that you mentioned that because small businesses really do own a constant right which is why we try to price price points for every level of business and in order to get in touch with us. It's it's as simple as visiting the website hockey media dot com and booking strategy. Call with me personally. I don't know how long i'll be taking these calls moby to eventually shift away from it but for the time being it's still me taking the calls and this is on the call and get a ton of value a ton of insights and it's a really a no pressure situation content is really a- delegates industry you know so there's nothing sports anyone and it's really about realizing these new this new mindset around content. Can you take us back to that moment. You know where you realize you. You're onto something because you've got a lot of testimonials he had it you. You realize the something year. Well you know my eyes. I don't think we made it. But i think that when when we started to see clients. Stay with us for six months. Eight months I started to think okay. These people are happy to work with us. And there's a lot of love that's that's being thrown back and forth and and the reality is it's the constant battle with baseball with youtube with these platforms that are charging us. Exorbitant amounts of money to to have quite finite position systems so it really needs to be some level of collaboration between the content team and the client. So when i had when i started seeing a lot of people saying you know big names coming and asked me for my opinion. Yeah i when. I feel like i don't really know the answer this is this is just a matter of testing like okay You know we've done two thousand pieces of content. I i'm starting to have a sense of what's working what's not working. This intimate is starting to love to cook. Switch our focus a momentary antonio audio tame. You've got a wonderful group of people.
"antonio" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"A very very risky way of operating. It's not a way that really allow stranding consistency. Which is why we totally scrapped that. So although our editors are extremely talented in our copywriters as well nothing gets done without the step because this is really the only way to ensure that we're doing content based on data iverson based on some kind of creativity that comes from you know. I don't know where so that's really one of the key things that i tried to establish on. Start as soon as you started telling me about the husky process. You live up like a candle or continue very passionate about this is this is where your sweet spot is in. It's a credit to you. Another thing took away from this antonio's that research he's king guesstimates not gonna cut it anymore and a wonder now with is storytelling coming to it. If you do have to create new content for a client. I guess that depends niche. That's it does depend of the nation and usually the the story comes from the pain point. So for example. We have this I i it does a great. There's a there's a great brand out there it's an. It's an electric toothbrush. And one of their concept lead be spent thousands and thousands of dollars on studio ads and the address one specific thing so their toothbrush cleans the team with radio frequency. Now if you go into restoring tell someone this. They're going to think that you're making things up. They're not going to spend thousands of dollars addressing this one pain point this one objection rate where where we're customers are like. Oh that's never gonna work so for example in one of the ads. The person says the law. This is the toothbrush. It cleans your teeth with radio frequency and the person next to him. Says that's never gonna work. And then they have a. They have a comparison. Seem where there's two cavemen and there's and someone's trying to light a fire and person saying that's never going to work and they have these little comparison scenarios where they're showing Points in time where people were very docile innovation..
"antonio" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I think it's been over a year. Now we've got it in lettering is starting to get worn off and people are still yet. You know repping repping. So i'm saying later. Who is leading. He's the spousing vision that he has for the business. And just say. I guess that's slow moving train starting to get that momentum soon enough you you might be able stop it no matter what you do. Yeah i feel like it's alive. No matter what's It's kind of outgrowing me in the sense where people know the name and they don't know me necessarily binded and his lot with the talented true that i work with you know. Obviously a lot of them are contractors working on bigger hoagies big objects so they smell more than i do. And when they go to these sets they People usually ask them also house hostile going not really knowing okay. This is the new founded if they know more as an entity which that's excellent In the information that from you antonio tobacco influence a marketing among few can elaborate on what that actually means clarify for those of us who don't actually know and whether or not it's relevant thing for maybe every business selection of businesses to be using. Yeah we're we're actually seeing it work in a number of different issues not just e. Commerce should wear started. We've expanded to even local businesses restaurants..
"antonio" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Risky here. Or i'm your host a quick second to thank you so very much for all of your support for the show because it is making all of the difference knowing that the show is making a difference for your now speaking about making a difference today online with founder. Ceo and chief content strategists at husky media. Mr antonia balkan so. Welcome to the show attorney. Thank you for having me rick. Absolutely my pleasure are just talking entirely. You've had a long day already. This is your last co for the day. Is it that you any time to relax. Oh well the reality is we try to fit it in. But it's actually not a it's not so it's not so evident because during the week i'm taking calls and Sometimes during the weekend we're scheudled so You know. I don't necessarily have to be there all the time when filming but you know depending on the size of the project i sometimes have to be there so you know sometimes my weekends. Aren't you know they're. They're taking away but thursday. Fridays pretty competent. So usually that's what i think. There's a lot to unpack here because to learn more husky media and how it works. I guess the genesis and all that sort of stuff but full but before we do that i want to know. Where's home few much. Canada beautiful location. So if you love all my life i'm.
"antonio" Discussed on In The Pews
"Did my part ammonia person. I got no bed habits. I'm serving yes taking very good thermal body. i'm working. i'm doing what i did. I did wrong sometimes Situations like this happen in when you us human keep just can't comprehend and you can't handle feeling i was going to go crazy. How him so. They're telling me the problem to die in a couple of days in two weeks or something. I was so so desperate. Then i decided you know what jesus i trust in you. Jesus i trust in law. I am just going. I can't with this. So i put everything on his feet. All my doubts. All my anger all my anxiety. All my questions. Yeah and i said here it is. I trust in you if you want me to go. I'll go wow am. I went to sleep the next morning. I wake up with this unexplainable piece on piece. I am feeling like nothing happened. I feel perfect. I call my wife to console her. I'm a worry that obviously nancy is like. Why did this happen. Yes in high told the doctor. There's a lot of people praying for me doctor. All my brothers and sisters from they've music ministry all the parisioners from saint faustina my brothers and sisters from acts my brothers and sisters from the healing ministry. Everybody's rain from me brought propre is powerful. Yes i know i'm going to be okay. Whatever it is. I am going to be okay because being okay. Adoptable meant that non necessarily mean that i'm going to survive. Yes frawley means. That is my time. And i'm gonna go. He's going to take care of me over there in more than me. He's got take on my family here. being a better place so my conviction i trust in you will do whatever you think is fine. He works again and the doctor comes in the afternoon and he says i have different news. I have talked to an expert on this type of infections and It's very strange. There you are reacting. The way you're reacting so we're gonna put you on this pro. This antibiotic treatment for two weeks. Okay we're gonna let your goal. You're gonna go home for two weeks in as all going to depend on where you're gonna react on this. Two weeks.
"antonio" Discussed on In The Pews
"Response and then he he. I guess he sees me. Like if i will see my own son reacting or behaving in a certain way and he has been giving me things here in their here in there so the business was bouncing back a little bit to her a little. Nothing like before. I have in all honesty. I have no expectations of any of that. I know something. Most of my professional life is being very successful And i know the whatever happened to me. It was for a very good reason. I am completely different. Person is full of blessings. Every time i see my kids. I listened to the uncomfortable other rationing. They're singing in they're going in. That's worth more than any success. That is my success that is worth more than any million dollars or whatever so i'm doing my part of course i'm doing business here and there and everything is going well is going well and something else else happen During this time everything was going back to normal Some of my kids graduated so my kids move up and their school. Yes i was able to pull everything in a certain way. We're happy to the dom alive. Everything is going great. Everyone is moving forward in The pandemic hits right in. We see all this changes in with trying to adjust in all the sudden. I start feeling sick again. Feeling tired okay. When are very strange. Fatigue I go to the doctor. Of course. Because i mean my cardiologists is been like my best friend since i got my surgery and Try got mcardle. And he's probably this probably they run all different types of tasks by now. I have insurance. Thank god i have american shirt. So i they run all stifled tests. Then i started losing weight. And i started losing all this energy. I don't have appetite. I don't have the same strang. I always have because i love to exercise. I really love to jog in swaim. And i wasn't able to do any of this and one day i was just feeling really bad in. Someone recommended me another Cardiologists okay. all right. Well let me. Go and see this cardiologist. But i already have one. Yeah i go and see this realities this. This doctor didn't run any tests on me. He's just saw me and he's.
"antonio" Discussed on In The Pews
"In a great motivation. That i said i have to serve. This is the part. That i'm saying i'm garrett do my part and you're only three months into your yeah recovery. Yeah and you said it was a year before you actually felt normal. Yes so they're in during the surgery up to those three months it was. It was arraigned of blessings. Coming from all the parisioners from saint faustina all my brothers and sisters from music ministry bringing him food. Send him notes. Go into the hospital. You wear the hospital will your wife and with with the group for the music group. It was beautiful. All my brothers and sisters from max on my brother and sister from the healing ministry. It was just an amazing feeling dob hog of all the community saying. Don't worry tony let's go do your part. Yeah we'll take care of you. Beautiful fantastic amazing. So i gotta the retreat. Like probably like a dead person telling happen to you. People didn't know in in This is i couldn't. I don't think you remember. I couldn't even talk clearly. Mom my voice. It was because of the to you. You you your voice. Your cord get affected. It takes a while before it can recover. Erect so again. Another blessing rider the retreat. My voice combs back. While i started saying while started saying like the day before the surgery it was beautiful beautiful manifestation and like you told me Before when you ask me by their retreat. My problems my financial problems. There were not the same. They were worse. Yes because you had just undergone major surgery a few weeks in the hospital after getting this major surgery from this top notch surgeon to in one of the best hospitals in the country in the world direct with the best. I'm in service the again every much. I had a dollars just for me constantly. Because i couldn't do anything i couldn't work obviously Couldn't produce obviously so it was. It was really really bad my situation. Yes and then. I got the.
"antonio" Discussed on In The Pews
"And our tom. He's as normal will have on arisen people will have an onerous or two centimeters. Okay and What goes When it grows to five centimeters you are a candidate for surgery. Okay you were seven centimeters. We have no idea how you are walking. I mean you basically a dead person. So you're supposed to be dead at. Did they only seen does on on on corpse and then Dog i said okay. I told him. I don't have insurance. this is You know this is a big operation in can be conducted only by certain specialists. Because it's hoping hard they need to remove you that reconstructed ford anna A mechanical volve and it anyway. Something like really really big and of course if you don't have insurance that a no yeah. How would you do something like that. Right so I call some friends. Some doctors in the told me how to maneuver this in in in i did it in my. My health was deteriorating psych. Almost to the end. I clearly remember when they are among the living room. In my house anna. Of course all my kids are there already. I already called everybody call tony. I call Handy because both of them one was in college station. The other one was in Austin told me you need to come home There's something wrong with me I'm going to get you know an operation. So you guys come home. So everybody's there and i'm other leaving rome. I can barely talk or walk in. I felt this is the very first time. I felt that i was going to die right down moment i i felt like a little tiny oxygen inside of me. We were getting ready to go to the hospital so this was after. The doctor called you up. Correct the doctor. Call me the the night before. This is the next day. And i'm sitting in the living room and i i asked god i said. Please help me get to the hospital. I don't wanna die. I knew i was going to die. But i don't wanna die here in the living room in front of my kids i don't want i don't wanna make this more dramatic. That is ready is okay. Please just allow me that. Lemme get to the hospital. The toll i want and she did it too key. Allow me to move in. Go to the hospital so we walk into emergency room. Add memorial hermann in downtown on another downtown out the medical center. Okay with my symptoms. Obviously they admitted me. Like in one second i was i was a dead person Then all the sudden this surgeon comes some. I forgot one part The cd of what the results of the of the Tasdid iran to find out about the size of the aneurysm. Nancy wisely to them to that specialist the morning. Okay took the city by doing that. I'm reading legally officially his patient. Even if he doesn't know me just by admitting that city okay. it was borrowed the The devices in my friends told me so. Now i'm an emergency with all the symptoms..
"antonio" Discussed on In The Pews
"Than you but you were able to build a connection with your audience. Yes and i had no idea about any of that. So that day i discovered that i have something you know that to tell stories in a different way of my voice. I realized the yes. I don't have the best boys or anything like that. Not even remotely close to that. But i had something. That's why i was. I was always curious why people like when i sing. I didn't know until then. And yes that's That's how i found out about that gift. How how old were you at this time. I was holid- you said right. Yeah i started. I was probably eight eighteen or nineteen years old and unfortunately about that time i was not singing for god at all. It was just for the sake of making music. Yes it was just for fun and will you. Were a teenager a lot of teenagers. It's all all about yourself right. Where did you go to college. If you don't mind me asking how into college monterrey mexico University call on will not. Okay yes. i study business administration. Evan when did you come to the united states. Well i get married. I know no. I became a banker of was one working at the banking industry in mahyco affair in when i was young I got transferred to hawaii while hole. And i i worked for hawaii national bank and i had that beautiful experience delivering and i Allow for Something close to a year sideline totally forgot that. We have that hawaii connection. We have that connection as you did mention it. When i told you one of the first times that i i grew up in hawaii you were there. What years were you in hawaii. mistake and it was a nineteen ninety. Okay nine thousand nine hundred and nine nine hundred ninety somewhere around there at. How long were you in hawaii there. Just for a year okay. Yes after hawaii after hawaiian back to mexico. Okay work a little bit more than there. And then i moved to To dallas to work for a stock brokers firm financial brokers firm. And then. After that i went back to mexico and then i moved to san diego to la. Hoya california even everywhere. Well some places because of my my work. And that's when i got married when i moved to two la hoya Nancy my wife. She's been my sweetheart. We've been together for a long. And by by then she was probably tired. Saying you're not going anywhere else anymore by yourself so we got married In both places we got married. Want the rim kiko. Okay and then we got marian san diego. You have a lot of family in san diego. No i do not We don't have families. San diego was there Studying and working okay for the Brokers firm from mexico they opened a branch in in california in san la hoya. So how did you make it to houston from there. I will from there. I went back to mexico. Okay and we're start doing some business here in houston through the broker firm with With a nationsbank it was the named nations back here in houston. Okay downtown and i start. Developing allow relationships Huston in i ended up Acquiring some real estate here in here in houston okay. earning commissions and things like that And so Probably twenty around twenty Twenty years ago. Twenty one years ago Times were pretty difficult in my hometown. Okay there was a lotta safety problems. A lot of issues with a crime. Okay and things like that..
"antonio" Discussed on In The Pews
"Antonio welcome thank. You already have you here thanks. I'm glad to be here. Thanks for the invitation. Oh it we always wanted to have you on the show and we're glad that you're able to make time especially on short notice to come and visit us right. It was pretty short notice. But i i'm loving it. I i love the idea to be here in and share my story and your story is an amazing one so let. Let's say tina for how many years now. Well i m. Since the very beginning. I i remember i was With my wife At mass ave epiphany qian katie and fathered that came in and gave a little talk and he mentioned that you know another parish was already authorizing the name was going to be safe o stena and back then. We were studying in her diary adam moment. Oh wow yes so It was awesome. Yeah it was. It was great. We felt the called. Ride there right at the moment my life and i and i call father about the very next to ask him if i can. You know do anything for him and he said well what are you. What are you do and i said well i can sing and i did join the choir immediately. After that nice and then we saw each other with us. Write a the first practices even before mass start. It was a month ahead of time. I think that's right and you've been serving with the choir ever since. Yes and even your kids now. My kids are serving and it's just a blessing. It is a blessing. Yes out Bbn started with a children's choir in later on During the summers tony asked me if he can come and join the adult choir during the summers and he started like dad and now they're serving four thirty mass and it's just a blessing to win. Tony joined the for the adult. I got to step up my game. A little here is good last with a gift definitely and had them. We love music at home and we love to worship and praise of is this is just a. It is a huge blessing for my family. Have you always been musically inclined even even since you were young. Yes yes. I have never taken any Formal music education. But i always like to sing. And i had a little band when i was in highschool the guitar. Yes i do. I don't know. I mean i don't know the the the i don't know how to read music or anything like that but play by ear and And and it was fun during those. They singing sang with mariachi in nice. Where did you grow up..
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