17 Burst results for "Appendi"

"appendi" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

05:15 min | 5 months ago

"appendi" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Would be a step too far for the ball but the vibrators. Sorry can we. Just backtrack a tiny bit. You've got a little vibration. Genetic which i can see how you could hide. That could look like appendi- discreet just another teen. What if he saw that the banks who body and then something say. Oh this is chris yes advice. No one's buying not. No one's by thing went off around women's neck and she went. It's all about my mind. But i feel sure bait. I wouldn't be like oh scott around i look. I'm i'm all about buying less. So i'm just going. Turn my current rampant. Rub it into a pendant episode little hans yet discreet. You're gonna let flavor flavor you wandering around. With a fifth and i will not be cowed by the patriarchy. I feel like it's something free to call. It might have done in a different aged by put it in her hair exactly. Yeah a headache tablets. She'd be able to carry it. Indeed you've both referred to have fractious relationship with her lover. Could you tell us a little bit more. Emily because this episode titled doing it more details. Please please well. She met diego when she was still in grammar school. He was paid about boy. Diego disney right. Yeah he was painting called creation of the world at her school so she walked by him painting that every day which is pretty epic. How old was she held was he. He was twenty years older than she was. So yeah so not a huge huge difference in age but rate if you meet someone when they're at school anouk been trusted coming to paint the mural. Will he was duty. They were doing it then. They were just they matt so she knew about him and then she met. You met you when you're in. School uniform is a dodger. Well i'm separate different time. It was a different time cut trees while he was time. So she's there little little catholic school skirt don't know she was on crutches because he you polio. So she she wasn't like you know sprinting ahead of the pack by any means. But you know you don't know that in a kappa alpha gamma doing cheerleading. Or let's just say. I'm sorry. I'm sorry i still feel. She's free decarlo in a catholic school skirt. She's also got a dimension to her story to tell she's more interesting than the teenagers. heroin age is grammar school. How old is grammar school. You like you know. If he was thirty she would have been like ten. Oh child she was lesson. Oh i take that. She goes off to something that doing it then because if anything was going on then he's just a peaceful and that's we wouldn't be celebrating him if he'd been doing okay but hand i'm still he still torture. Sorry when the nicest i think. He was at dodger the hallway through the relationship was she she was. She was doing stuff she was doing it with other people women You know she had many lovers that she took that. Are you know you can't prove it..

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"appendi" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"appendi" Discussed on Pantheon

"One of my favorite drumbeats. Yeah, it is a really interesting. Trumpet Your Right and made I gotta say this man so. I still dabble. Behind the kit. Usually I'm just sticking around by myself at home, and and that is my up drumbeat. That's as it. Yeah, because it's a it's it really it's good for like limb. Independence practice because all ems are involved in that beat I fucking love that drumbeat is not the name of beyond Song Limb dependence among the. What I said Lim Independent. Limit Appendi- is not like a This. Dude I'm not not a beyonce fan. That was a it job. Hang on a second hand me think about it. But all the single. Limbs I don't get the judge did. Oh did number one. This, this is why we focus mainly on rock and roll on this podcast. You let me guess you didn't mean beyond. Say I didn't get the artist right? Who's actually Kelly, Clarkson. Kelly Clarkson Kelly Clarkson. Miss Independent. get it. Leeann dependent or whatever you missed the mark on the jets, sorry. now let's talk about. And now it makes more sense. Maybe that's why you got. So you lost your mind in the audience when you bought the drumstick because we're so, we went and saw a longtime ago as probably trees right. It was treated for sure is definitely trees and this powder? My favorite venue in in Dallas developed I. Mean Yeah, it's back or the Gypsy Gypsy tea room. That's cool place to anyways. fucking knows what we're talking about. There's the the ballroom to the Gypsy Bulga I prefer the tea room to because there's more intimate, but yeah we saw may years ago. Probably this was probably twenty, two, thousand, three, two, thousand four. He may have been. Yeah, there were definitely torn. Two, thousand three so and yeah, the guy through the the drumstick into the crowd. May was not the headliner, so there weren't that many people in the crowd of the time so was the headliner. I don't remember, but it was some really. gimmicky band. The didn't last. It wasn't good Charlotte, but it was a band that was very very similar to good Charlotte. I remember that okay, anyway nobody. Yeah, I caught his drumstick, and I've lost your mind. I lost. My Shit started screaming. At the drumstick yelling into it. By like you were excited in like exclaiming. I could feel to the drumstick or something like that as if the drumstick had any clue what was going on. It but anyway digit news up. Did you get him to autograph that? Yes I. Did you still have it? No Man I. Don't have anything for my for my youth. Dude! It's a real bummer, a shame. But no, they were all. Hanging out like behind the venue you know classic band stuff and we were hopping into Mitchell's mom's van. She took us to the show. It was me you. Mitch and Andrew Shout out to Mitchell. We know he's shout out to Mitch Yeah And I saw them I. Dude, I was like fearless back then when it came to like. Chatting with bands I just didn't care and I just ran over there and asked him if he could sign it and I. Remember asking. Mitchell's mom. If she had a head pen or something, he didn't but Dave had a sharpie in his pocket of course he did. Let's anyways yeah, Let's name the rest of the the roster here, so we have. Jacob Marshall Drums. We mentioned that. Dave! Elkins is the lead singer Songwriter who plays guitar. Zach! Gehring jerring. Also plays guitar. Is it Jerry Larry or Gary who knows man that's a that's a parks and REC reference right there acting to let that slip by me. Sorry I'm trying to I'm going to see. The members were at the time here, so now the real question is anyone listening. Do they care all right? Well, I! MEAN! You gotta at least know you got at least know the lead singers. aim is Dave Elkins Yeah, he is the main kind of. Creative force behind the music itself but it is important to note that on this record. And the following two records. There is a keyboardist. And a? Additional Guitar Player. So. That's important because you can. The the piano plays a pretty important part on this record. Write and. Much like some of the other band talked about over the the years of doing this podcast, they signed with a major record label capitol records. And they got burned by that experience and I mean that's a broken record. Yes, it, just it almost goes without saying right and one of the main reasons was because they. They felt that they lost too much control. So that's it that is what I mean it yeah, it is a Cliche, but it's just what happens. So, anyway, after after the the major label release to other members dropped off the band so. A three piece From from from here on outright. So Anyway I play clip to play the next club and then I think this is what will kinda showcase. What makes these guys special? It shows you how these guys do. Really well with building up these layers textures of sound, right and. Yes, so you're about to hear that right now. This is the second clip for all deliberate speed..

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"appendi" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

14:39 min | 1 year ago

"appendi" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Overall I really liked how they handled everything. it is a beefy. Be Chunk you gotTa commit me Ford. Yeah see like read this whole thing but I will say when I was done. I know I'm GonNa get it for this but like but as I was reading it I was like I wonder if these people are going end up in the new mutants movie. It's really exciting exact. Same I went back and watched the trailer. And now you're like oh I know exactly what's GonNa Happen to baby that but then I was like. Oh this is the cast like I had that also saw in the round of like there's about the cast kind of an outcry of of WHO's cast sunspot. Not a lot of people are stoked about that. Because he's really yeah. Well this is short should there? This is exactly what happened with you. Hugh Jackman in Wolverine. Nobody from Australia. Who was like six foot? Seven and like Wolverines four foot nine. Yeah never brought these children to start saga to master. I brought this up your millions of times with my reference to Judging Heath Ledger before I saw his performance. And I'll never do it again. I'm looking forward to seeing this movie. I'll bring I'll bring it up later on when we can do more spoilt stuff but like yeah. There is a casting. That's interesting yeah. Also my my Interest in mobile gone up at least twenty percent at least two US comfortable seven percent now. I can easily say that like I was not even remotely interested in the new mutants movie at first and now at actually WanNa see it. All men are the behind the scenes. Stuff like it's a horror film with New Orleans like Disney did a bunch of shoots and then decided. Now let's just go with the director's original vision like dark phoenix to like Disney just kept meddling in because like the ending marvel. So you can't do that. And it's like fucking you bought it. Just fucking send it. They decided they scrapped. Most of the research they did and just went like. Let's just go with the tone of wanted. Let's do and I was like that's awesome lan realistically speaking to someone who is an expert fan and can hated the last like three apocalypse. I fell asleep through twice. Took me three watches to finish the film so couple. I'm looking forward to this movie tendrils now. Obviously but the the filmmakers on that that that's series is not attached with this one so interesting tidbit. Are we still in non spoiler territory or non? Solitaire will then passed the next. And then we can get into it. I want to say something about director and characters but yet so Caitlyn didn't like it so you didn't say that generally happens. Don't get what I want to say about the director because now I feel like I've I've talked to the audience. A little tease tease. Baby gotTa go past Mid Roll Ad. I'm kidding so maximum have walk anyway. Next will go into next two segments. We're going to be our brief. Summary slaps read to you by Josh. And then we'll go into our production brought to you by taking the snaps off the book itself Right. Yeah Yeah it's in the back so go ahead Josh. Well first of all this does collect new. Mutants nineteen eighty-three numbers. Thirteen through thirty one and annual number. One don't Call Them X. Babies any more visionary artists Bill Sin Kovic. That was hard. Thank you for your website bill because he actually pronounces it in his logo. Have it? It's great Transforms the new mutants and the young heroes lies will never be the same new recruits magma and magic. Find their footing at the school. But when the team tries to Rescue Kitty PRYDE FROM EMMA FROST. Will they all end up as members of rival Mutant team? The Helen's than the demon bear that haunts Danny Moon Star bears. Its teeth will. The new mutant survive the bears ferocious attack. And if so can they make a new friend? In the alien called warlock plus a cosmic caper introduces intergalactic. Rockstar Lila. Cheney Cheney is at Lila Lila Lila Cheney. When Spain are in danger only cloak and dagger can help professor X's son Legion makes his mind. Bending debut and an old friend slash fo makes a shocking return. That was like good job. Forty minute I would. I'd read the book read by You. Yeah audiobook read by him. That's cool out of mute. Ran just read the book this morning. Josh transcription radio. You're Biz video inputs captions on and it's also Josh Josh. Also but for Porno so not wrong leader. Yes is for Telenovela. Stay tuned for that so now. We'll do the production. The publication is marvel comics. You know a lot of people know them from avengers x men fantastic four could've behold writer. What I just I was just. I wanted to be involved. I love you know. Captain Marvel Kamala Khan Appendi- wherever you want Claremont Chris Claremont. The writer of we did an episode. God loves man kills also best known for a Dark Phoenix Saga. And Nick men right now. Yeah and X. Men Issue Number One with Jim Lee Knowledge. You never know that this was the new issue number one so underneath. This is a notable accomplishment. Extra number one is the Guinness Records for the highest selling Combo of all time and Chris. Claremont helped create characters like Phoenix. Kitty pryde Gambit Cilacap Emma Frost Nimrod Mister Sinister mystique and many more X. Men favorites or in this combat say X. Man so Artists is Salvia Shamma worked on the incredible hulk for ten years and recently has been doing work Friday w with a Gi Joe and dnd the Forgotten Realm Bill Sin Kovic. Who has done work on midnight? Electra assassin daredevil end of days And Bob Mc Loyd who wanna say that oxy people who may know the MIC. Lloyd or I've heard different pronunciations. But I apologize. If that's the wrong one out or something. Yeah I was like. I don't know if that's the right one. Because I know like the MIC. Name sometimes have a different. Pronuncia there. I know what you meant. Yeah but co-creator for new mutants superman man of steel and Spiderman Craven's last hunt the publication for this specific epic collection came from or it was published in July tenth. Two Thousand Nineteen. Yeah that's all the production baby. Now we're out of the spoiler free county into rancher. Go ahead come. You know about anything that got me really excited is I feel like Rain is a really tricky character. as we read in the comic where she kind of like at odds with herself in her religion and I guess the director spoke about being drawn to this project because of that character because he had a extremely religious upbringing that he was at odds with from his life. So I think he's going to handle that really well in the film and I'm excited to just see how knowing that now it's a piece of him is in it in such a Specific and personal way. I'm excited to see how it comes out. I I mean let's talk about that real quick We're now in our me and potato. So we're talking about favorite parts favorite characters and you second care to not side characters. I character than second character. Okay and then we'll do our qualms and will rate it but one of my favorite aspects is I pronounced it as a Ronnie or Ron but because of the trailer says rain but yeah it's interesting. 'cause I I D- I watched a lot of like Different like readings of Of New means I've explained in like yeah. A lot of other video essays about different new mutants stuff like where they're currently because New Mutants really came from this time. Where like they had so many different things and Jim Shooter who is the Chief Editor in chief was like? Hey We Chris Claremont you I want you to create a new squad and you know if you kind of had a it up at this point. The most of the X. Men doing the wars and all the big Like crossover events and so what happens to all the Newman's right and so that's kind of like a really great. Picking up point and Chris Claremont was gonNA focus on the drama and do what like Teenagers do and the you know team is wax and wane from like hearing the air and there but the kind of Came up in almost like started the Combo bust because like everyone started like these are like celebrity writers and stuff like that and then people more stock into it anyways. That's a fucking tangent. I love rose interesting but love engine. I love raw era. Rain Rain Rain Because of the fact that she came from such a religious background and she was always conflicted with herself and I found that so great. Because I think what the older X. Men did was talk about marginalized communities People and you know we've talked about before Charles. Xavier gets related to an okay. I mean you know gets related to Malcolm X. But this kind of started really playing a little bit more of like not just racial inequality but or and judgment but The LGBTQ community. And I feel like how people have just have so much issues with themselves with internally not just how people perceive me but how I perceive myself And I thought that was just so wonderful kind of no and I think that's and stuff like that. Yeah yeah those are really cool. Note that the Combo started to play with like and like every character always had something like the Aurora. Yeah doubting about themselves and it wasn't about like hey we had to look it in front of everyone else more. I don't know if I belong within even this group of quote unquote like gifted children or people who are outcasts. That's why the interaction she had with a night. Crawler was such an important one. Because it's it's the it's the other side of the coin where he again had a religious upbringing and decided that no matter what he looks like on the outside who he is in the inside. It's still that same person and his speech shouldn't be shaken because he was created this way by who he believes in. And so I think you know I think he's with Sam at that point and starts to yell after her and he's like no no no. She's got to do this on her own. I was GonNa say I mean that that? That's actually one of my favorite parts. Because I I love Sam Character I love that he now that I mean it sucks for him that this his kind of inner struggle but he's kind of he's constantly struggling with his worth as compared to his powers to others in his control over them or not and. I love that scene. With night. Crawler were were nightcrawlers just kind of a paraphrase kind of says like you know your value is not decided by this or that you know your value as a leader or whatever is decided by your actions that moment where he's like. I just didn't do it and he was like well neither did I I. You can't get from eight to see without be that seems candidates. All you know how much you have. It's GonNa take some time getting out really doug like I love their relationship like from the very beginning of Kenema giving brain of reassurances and staff the insecurity so it was really interesting to see kind of like each of them have their own insecurities but you really do get a sense of of teamwork almost like family. Because they're all kind of supporting each other and they all have their serve competency they'd go to and they're all kind of worked together really well as a group says really cool to see that kind of like that sort of Like mundane everyday life sort of development. Yeah like to that point. It's it's not. The world is ending every time. It's like teenagers dealing with the fact that power right there shows. I on Hulu. They have runaways And I think. Abc at the gifted and stuff like that. So it's like they're like marvel definitely has a lot of play where like in another universe like the X. men would be like a a almost perfect Palette for like. Cw shows because like just teen drama and like happens between it and focusing on relationships. I think was like like I. I think this is strongest point of this comic. Because you're not really like you. You start really worrying about how the other means. Perceive them in your mind. You know. These are good people and it's really interesting to see like a viewpoint a window into the soul of all of them to be like they constantly doubt themselves and they constantly just trying to the right thing even though like we don't. We don't put that on them but they had the self-imposed way because of where they came from blocks. Experts always been praised for being like sort of like perfect allegory for you know like racial issues or lgbtq issues. Grammy Yeah but I mean this one I think this book you you definitely feel the most like it's sort of. It's almost idiot. Talks about some of those issues and of immediately like it brings up. You Know I. It's it's interesting to see the sort of group of like the racial diversity and what they were kind of aiming for and kind of seeing that kind of come together and cause. I didn't really like pick up on it at first as far as like. Is it appropriate that he just called him? Hey Brazilian like you walk down the street and call you know the Brazilian. Hey what's up Brazilian? What'S UP Russian? But it's interesting because like you know I I assume. And that's the thing we started at episode or issue thirteen of New Orleans. And I really want to go back and read issues one through twelve all and if you did it play into what happened to the very end. So my guess is that they're kind of like they're all kind of like freshly moved to New York right. You'll I mean the first part is pretty.

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"appendi" Discussed on Life On Main

Life On Main

15:30 min | 1 year ago

"appendi" Discussed on Life On Main

"This doesn't fit with what I've created you to be now so let's walk this together. I mean that's his first ultimate call now. The problem is lots of times. We don't listen to that and so then has to start doing some things a little more strings. He sees US going down and heading towards the edge of a cliff and you know what if you're five miles out from that cliff you can take time to gently come along. Type Patna. It's now five miles up the road. We got an issue. Let's begin thinking about how we can fix this but if you're five inches from that cliff and you've got a friend that's five inches from that cliff. Are you going to try to reason with them? No you're going to do what's necessary to keep them from going over that cliff even if it means knocking them to the ground so they don't go over the cliff you now and and so. Sometimes we ended up getting that to my four upside the head because we've got to the edge cliff and it's really inactive his love. That's keeping us from going there but his desires to bring us to this place of Repentance. This constant wooing away from to the things that he desires. I made a statement and I asked the question to beginning of the program. You know that repentance leads to life and if we go further on into this look five pitcher. He even talks to us about that in verses thirty six and down through because he talks about. Wait a minute. You don't put brand new clothes on a duty filthy ragamuffin. Sodas me right. You got kids if I can't have been outside. They've been playing the between this other stuff. What do you do before you put on new clothes? You going Jim the bat you go give them a charity. You go and clean them up with. That is exactly what he does for. Rest upon repentance Appendi- and then he goes and says look I'm now we'll put on new comments. I will put on new clothes. Noman puts a piece of new government upon his old if otherwise then both the new makes event and the piece that was taken out of the new agrees with that of the old nomad puts wind into a new wine or bottles burst bottles and be spilled in the bottles still parish. So what he's talking about is okay applying repentance. You Really WanNa know what life is. The first thing that you need to do is have a season or the time of repentance. I've come into the lacking mission. That is the confession it I confess. Confess when I nine contests with your mouth. Jesus is Lord leaving your heart. The goddess recent from the Dead Art of one nine You confess your sins. He is painful and just to forgive so confession. A confession means I agree with God. I'm not you know when I confess into him. I'm not saying oh by the way did you see that? Maybe you missed in. So I'm just confessing to God doesn't Miss Anything what it is. Louie? I agree with you. That was wrong that I should not have done that. So that's what confessions. That'd be like saying I'm sorry but now you have to take another step. I'm not only sorry but I'm going abandon. That was doing and that's what needs to be done. A lot of people saying I'm sorry to got but they're not willing to abandon that old line for that way or that thing that is keeping them from God right because like an old garment you know. His ben walks spend right is shrunk to point is going to shrink right it no longer give same thing with the with the wind skin. The old wine skin becomes brittle you know. It doesn't have that ability to give anymore put new wine into what what happens. The wine ferment. And that and because of the old wine skins rigidity it will break same thing with the garment right new garment on the old that new garment. You Start Washing it. And that's going to begin to shrink. What's that GonNa do the old garment that old garments not able to shrink anymore so it's actually going to tear make it worse than it was before and so you've got this aspect that when we come when we first make that confession of faith and repentance we've been walking a totally one direction but we begin to realize? Well this is displeasing to God and we'd be. We allow our hearts to become pliable. We'll our hearts to become flexible saying God. I want what you want. I want love the things you love. I want to hate the things that I've been going towards ZIP and really against you help. Transform me and so we're saying God I give you permission to come in. I'm letting you transform the way that things are. I'm willing to let my life totally transformed in breathe and move. What happens with the Pharisees here? Is they become very rigid. We've got this figured out. This is the way it's going to go. And this is the this is what righteousness really looks like and if anything ventures from that. Oh we can't be wrong. It's gotta be this would over here. That's wrong and there's that rigidity and so you've got this inability to really give. And because of their own thoughts of how righteous they were. They became immovable unable to step into that level of repentance until they got to a point where you said. Before we're we're willing to say I'm really unrighteous. Know even in my best attempts. I don't I am not there. You know and that part was at wasn't even though he was fair see affair sees studied under the best grace fairy of the day. What happened when he came that level of salvation in Jesus Christ? He took three years off for ministry to do what to be in the presence of the disciples so that he could be learned and trained in the ways of Christ and That's being incredibly pliable. Yeah Yeah and in fact you know when when Galatian we're talking about Paul boy into the the desert of Arabia. He was alone but he was alone. Jesus I mean to me you know what a thing that Israel in Second Peter Chapter Three Verse Nine it says the Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some men would cost loners but his patient towards you not wishing that any should perish but that all should reach or come to repentance so what is gone desire. Why is it? Jesus came? He came to teach repentance. Why because the father designed it all should reach or come to repentance. That's everybody you know. We're not talking to anybody here in a listening and viewing audience. That doesn't need repentance. And God's heart gun desire is that all would come in reach that point of repentance of turning around of abandoning those things that are not godly and putting on those things that are you know there was a word that you use just a moment ago that I dare say that forty years ago in my I probably heard that term the first time and it bristled me and it was give God permission and bristled me to. Maybe he east. What do you mean me? Give Permission. You know. I'm nobody I can't give God permission. Do by tell you what and less I got to. He won't do it You know why because I have a window and I never saw that forty years ago. You know here I am a Bible school graduate novice other stuff and I never heard that term before in. That really bristled me. Who Am I? Who are you to say that I need to give God Commission? He owns everything. Well then it came to the conclusion as I grew closer to him where he said to me here of. I need your permission. Could I'm not GONNA do anything without you saying and this is where you know. And that's neck with this whole talked about but I think also where we got pinpoint some things some lies that directly being spoken in our world. Today I've heard from people both in the church and outside the church. I know you've heard it. You know even the funeral homes where you've been from people they're supposedly spiritual leaders and there's this aspect that God got that going to let anybody go to hell got not GonNa send anybody to hell and you know all you know he's everybody's GonNa Happen. All what they're saying but the thing is and they're partially true. What they're saying is partially right. It's perverted truth. Perverted truth is lives by the way but the perversion. Or the truth part is this right is not gonNA send anybody to help but the perversion is this. You will send yourself there. You know you're not going to automatic. Just go to heaven. This makes it clear. He doesn't want anyone to perish but everyone to come through pence whose job is then to repent. It's not God's to make me repent it's for me to choose to and choose to turn to him and if I refuse to turn doesn't matter what provision he's given I have forfeited them for the sake of this so it's not matter of him not giving sat for him a matter of him not making the way. It's I chose not to grab hold of this kind of like as we've talked about four or five sit here and say hey. Hey I got this. I got this great fishing pole for you right here. Fish allow that beautiful. But you never reach out and grab you're GonNa to reap the benefits that absolutely not you so the neat thing about it in reality of what you were just saying Tim. This God has laid the roadmap. Yeah let's take this bench right here at this table right here God is laid out the roadmap this the roadmap and he says you follow my roadmap and you make the decisions where you WanNa go do you do you sense it. You need to repent of something. Well if you do better do it you know and you know follow the roadmap. That's exactly what God has given us. These sixty six books for the gives the roadmap so that we can do now and I don't remember what translation I took this from the Laura's not slow to fulfil this promise I'd like to King James and I raised the day brought up the word. God is not slack concerning his promises. You know. He's not he's not looking at it and say well I'll let that one pass That's not so big a deal so that no what's it got saying you know to God citizen and therefore we need to repent. We need to turn from it. We need to band than area in go the other way. That's what we need to do. And that is how we learn a week. Come to the act of finding life Because you're not Paul writes wasn't a book. What are we are all dead world dead to sit you dead and our relationship with God until that repentance comes and God draws us to himself draws lever pensions and turns around and says that. Go that way that that is where life is. I tell you why I nineteen. I could save at the age of nineteen. I nineteen years. You know I had fun. I enjoyed things I did this. I was dead but then when I came to crisis my savior for the last many years. I'm seventy years old house. How Many Years Zach? You'll be fifty years fifty almost fifty twenty. I have really wanted to understand life. From opposed to nineteen to now. I now understand life and the headline as Paul says to heaven to. It's all God wants but he can't do it as long as we have that barrier between me and God that is still up there. Wants to do is ten down that barrier. And how does he do it? He doesn't to repentance and as you said he is not slack in Cloyne promises and he says he will do he will do and and I know there are some people who like well. That's Nice but you know maybe can make an exception here for me and love me anyway. It's still just received me into his kingdom. Maybe he'll just get him to ban just this one. Let me tell you this. You don't want him to bend. And I know that might. Some people might want to argue with me on that. But you don't want him to bend on this you don't want him depend on any of them. Because the mini keep Ben's on any one of these what we have now done. We've totally disqualified the entire guy who might as well throw it in the trash. Because if you can't hold him to. All of his word can't hold them true to any of his work. And so the minute you start saying. God if you just compromise here. That's exactly what the devil wants you to begin to believe is that maybe you can get got to compromise here because he knows that the minute that you if you can get to that level of belief while the how can you believe that. God's going to hold true to this one. How can always going to hold true to this? Promise over here you know. How do you know he's going to me? All you need to call into Richard or glory. He you bailed on this one how you gonna come through on that. How how do you know that you'll never leave you or forsake you? Because God will lose his character To who he is if he does that try. Yeah and therefore in like there's like any us if we see someone who who said this. These are the rules and we're having today in our political system. These are the rules. But I don't have to adhere to those so now. What does that attitude to? Those politicians are to those law enforcement officers. Or whatever. Wait a minute you didn't abide to these. So therefore yeah you've lost my respect you ask the oriented that is you because of who you are because you did not do. And that's essay. We would be got If he if he bent on any of these things as well that's okay. You know that was cute. So that's okay. Yeah wishy lot parents doing that right. The kids are doing all kinds of things if spitting it other people that was Q. Wasn't it that wasn't he deserves it. That's deserves because if you seventeen and he does that. Yeah but so so that that. That's where it is got got cannot change.

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"appendi" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"Appendi- gotTa stop sign on it I mentioned passing that same store a kindle. It looks like a stop sign. This is for crossing guards. You know when you WANNA get a crossing guard something for for even a toll booth person anyway. Construction to construction you. I'm sure construction people lack of stop sign memorabilia spray. Paint guns you know. People can have those in consideration when they're putting the white lines in the street If there are companies that that that allure them around the holidays. Hey you don't consider my spray paint gun. Consider my spray paint. Four Mines Space Spray. Paint Gun It is compatible with all kinds of spray paint. Guns it really is is the best in the BIZ. In the beeswax. Best in Beeswax. Do Make crayons out of these works. That's a question that's on. Everybody's mind beeswax. Is it possible to have beeswax without clipping the wings of the Queen? Bee from what I understand. Jenny tells me that something that happens in house reading up on it. It does happen. Is it necessary? Who comes at of Browse talking before? I don't know if I caught this on the on the podcast before I did in a story instagram. Ooh I'M GONNA try it simultaneously. Here we go again get evidence listen guy again..

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"appendi" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"I'm wondering if maybe Kitty I'm wondering if maybe the invention is Kitty Kitty I there are you doing. Hi Kitty. I don't know if you have one of those things. It switches back and forth. I've seen those ago. Which is the thing. But this would be imagining. Somehow it it it it it evolves to at once maybe the marker instead of ink. It's it's it's wax. Is it possible getting a wax to such a degree? That it's a basically liquid interesting. Would it be helpful for Easter eggs? That's for sure it's it's cranes while so krant is kind of like one step away from being a candle you just add a wick to it. I predict right now somewhere to party store. There are candles that look like Koreans done. I predict somewhere is silverware. Candles are civil war candles candles in the shape of silverware. Predicted predict I predict somewhere in some party favorite store. There's a stop sign pen. Appendi- gotTa stop sign on it I mentioned passing that same store a kindle. It looks like a stop sign..

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"appendi" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

Water and The Spirit Podcast

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

"Here. We learned that in order to receive the Holy Spirit. We need the gospel of the water in the spirit. If you want to be forgiven for all your sins you must have faith in the baptism of Jesus by John. Let us look at a Fijian's chapter four verse five one Lord One Faith one baptism here. It says that there is only one Lord. One baptism which we believe we must all believe in Jesus's baptism by John and his blood on the cross in order to receive the dwelling of the Holy Spirit. If we do not then the Holy Spirit will never dwell in US once. There are some people who taught and believe that the sanctity purity movement would help them receive the Holy Spirit however do you think that the Holy Spirit dwells if we join such movements have you received the Holy Spirit because of the sanctity and purity movement if it were possible then you would be wise to keep the faith but if the Holy Spirit came on you for this reason then Jesus would not have had to come down and save us from our sins and would not have needed to be baptized by John. Norby crucified on the Cross. The receiving of the dwelling of the Holy Spirit is a gift from the faith in the gospel of Jesus Baptism and his blood which brought forgiveness for your sentence. The dwelling of the Holy Spirit is a gift granted to those who sins have been cleansed and forgiven by the true Gospel these days among those who indulge in Renewal Revival Movement there are some who believe that exhaustive prayers over penance can help them receive the Holy Spirit. They say that even though a person has sin in his heart if he praised for Appendi- then he will receive the Holy Spirit the pentecostal charismatic movement. Which has spread all over the world started in the United States in the eighteen? Hundreds this movement came about after the industrial revolution. When people's ethics and morals had collapsed the movement reached the Tay Day when many people's hearts were desolated due to the Great Depression from that time the faith based on God's words declined and a new religious movement started to rise. It was the pentecostal charismatic movement. Which was aimed at physically experiencing the Holy Spirit? God seeing the works of God with the is experiencing the power of God's word with the body and mind but a fatal flaw in this movement is that it moves believers further away from the words of God and exist as a religion that strives for bodily blessings as a consequence followers of this movement became advocates of Shame. Them even today. Those who indulge themselves in the pentecostal charismatic movement. Believe that if one has faith in Jesus he will be rich. His illnesses will be cared and he will be prosperous and everything he will receive the Holy Spirit speaking tongues and have the power to heal others. The pentecostal charismatic movement has spread all around the world. This movement has become a barrier to people's faith in the Beautiful Gospel and their ability to obtain the dwelling of the Holy Spirit. Modern Christianity originated in the beliefs of Lutheran Calvin about five hundred years ago but within the boundaries of Christianity the biblical study of the dwelling of the Holy Spirit is not firmly established. The problem is that from the beginning of modern Christianity. Most Christians have baptism and death. On the Cross. To make matters worse people started to stress mistaken doctrines of Christianity and emphasized bodily experiences alone. All Christians must believe the gospel that says that Jesus was baptized by John to take away all the sins of the world and that he was crucified in order to be judged for those sense disbelieve will cause you to receive the Holy Spirit today. The reason that Christianity has become so desolate is that people tend to ignore the truth of the baptism Jesus received from John and his blood on the cross. Jesus tells us to know the truth. Believing in the baptism of Jesus by John and his blood on the Cross means believing in the gospel of the water and the spirit. If you want to receive the Holy Spirit than believe that when John Baptized Jesus your sins were passed onto him and that his blood was the judgment and forgiveness. For All your sins. Then you will receive the Holy Spirit. Many Christians believe only Jesus Blood as the Gospel of Redemption Bucket. Those of you who believe only in his blood be freed from sin. Can you if you think this can be so? Perhaps you only have a vague knowledge of the true meaning of Jesus's Baptism. In that case there is still sending your heart only when you connect Jesus's baptism and blood together as one faith. Can you be saved from your sins and receive the Holy Spirit? The Bible says this is the only true Gospel that helps us overcome the world and there are three that bear witness on earth the spirit the water and the blood and these three agree has one one John. Chapter Five Verse Eight therefore we must know that it in his desire to save us from our sins. God had John Baptized Jesus and then had him crucified. The reason why most Christians don't have forgiveness of sins in of their believing in Jesus is that they don't believe in the Beautiful Gospel that was accomplished with Jesus Baptism by John and his blood on the cross. Those who believe in these two things will be forgiven for their sins and the Holy Spirit willed while in their hearts and people realize that there have been cleansed their hearts become peaceful and bountiful stillwater. The moment the Holy Spirit dwells in someone's heart peace like a river flows in and out of his heart. We may our Lord by believing in this truth and walking with the spirit as we spread the gospel of receiving the Holy Spirit. Our hearts have never had this kind of peace before from the time we start believing in the gospel of the water in the Sperry our lives become serene and our hearts become perfectly joyous. We cannot turn away from this Beautiful Gospel. The Holy Spirit is always in. Our hearts prompting us to receive his word allowing people who believe in it to receive the Holy Spirit because we believed in the Beautiful Gospel. Jesus Baptism and his blood on the cross we were blessed with the Holy Spirit. Now you must have faded in the baptism of Jesus and his blood on the cross in order to receive the Holy Spirit. It is important that people around the world start the process of believing in the word of God that Jesus was baptized by John. To take away all the sins of the world and that he died on the cross be judged for their sins when they do so they will finally receive the Holy Spirit..

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"appendi" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"Should cast. Yeah I mean he is married to. They have horns and so does he and he was read all read. Yeah man it was so fucked up I had I was a catering. A job is back in the day and I was talking to this guy. And he's like trying to flirt with me and then it was like oh we should steal food and he was like we should ask a black person and it's almost like excuse me and he's like no because black people are sneaking learning. No no no no because during slavery they would break their tool so they wouldn't have to work and I remember thinking I'm like like how did you make black people the villains of sleep ridiculous and it was one of those like I'm GonNa. I'm GonNa take away from slavery. I don't know what to do us off. They're just not. Yeah like you said. And there's this ghetto went to high school with you like man. This story is going to make me look bad because the stories raise about someone said something racist than I laughed and I but it was just so insane and I was won- mushrooms so it's not totally my fault but I was at a party a party when I was like twenty two or something and my friend Mike at NC my going. We're just sitting on the front porch of this house literally at the top of a mountain where I lived at a very rural area and we were just. We are catching up and also about two peak on mushroom so we were real real giggly and stewed walked up. But I hadn't seen in forever and he went to college somewhere up north and we we were like how is that and he was like dude. You're not gonNA fucking believe this man. There's a black guy who rides a fucking skateboard. He wants because so blown away the whole thing that's the whole thing and he was just couldn't handle it and I had that point lived in La for four years. So I like I couldn't handle. How insanely racist? Tony Hawk a huge hero in like black skating community adopted by I Tony Hawkes Pro Skater. Like like made a lot of people's musical tastes. I feel like our generation out of like not knowing what this is like. That's Tau separated from regular American culture. That dude is yeah. He literally couldn't believe black people. Scape look like soundcloud rappers that are rising kind of like some of their biggest influences are another like help artists are actually like looking. I remember hearing a song and being like this sounds like emma email and the sad. I didn't know Mike and that's kind of like I think that's amazing because I love email. Yeah that's all Lucius. He's just like a rabbit. Lines are very blurry now. Of course I mean yeah it was so many black punks and shit. Yeah I feel like the words black punk just like grandpa like these. The black punks okay. Well I guess we gotta get to the part where we fix. It said it was done but it was still around. You know what would you do. What would you do? How would you do it? Dave yeah I I have one idea only okay so this better work. Yeah I was just really thinking about how like in order to. I would like to find a way to actually for white people to actually pay a penance. You know what I mean. There's like there's actually got to be a whistle reparations. Plus there's you gotta be a way to be like. Hey Fuck you you know what I mean just fucking but then also to move on and so I think white people need another. Jesus Christ you. We need a new person to die for our sins because the other option is to just kill everybody or hurt people or something but we zero in on one one person who will die for our sins then that would you know. That's that's the punishment you know. Can you be a group of people we kill instead of in mind. But I'm open for that I. I also the recess. Jesus too is that. It's not that he's not real killer figures. The dying in this scenario was real person be widened the other thing about G. I'll get there. That's a big part of my pitch There's someone dying this someone like alleviating the like whatever the fuck that is the like I said paying Appendi- right and then But also Jesus is this figure who was positive and it was all about bring everyone together. So there's this added layer of that. I would like to nominate Mark Wahlberg. I think that we should kill Mark Walberg in order for us to move on to kill a good person. Yeah well the the thing about Mark Wahlberg is good because.

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"appendi" Discussed on Fuck Humans

Fuck Humans

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on Fuck Humans

"In fucking also plays at the INVOL- right. Wait to be stunned and now I'm going to die even say it in house news. Oh my loops sts rests. Who's Oh my experience? Fuck I'M GONNA go towards himbal all over again. Don't kill me the point but consider this exchange for my release. How about Iot used my release my a hero seed my white potion? My Semen Beast Monster Encyclopedia Book Often Unconscious Gardens. Never mind why he wasn't conscious. He was completely like that before. I got there anyway. The book mentioned that you slime creatures reproduced by extracting semen from mother creatures. And I imagine you don't get a lot of creatures coming here due to the whole killing anything substantive review Dunton so how about it my life for my seat. I listened breath. I didn't do no. I've been holding in as I watch the beast lower itself from attacking companies that works. Well I guess I should be getting to then my hands around my coke desperately trying to expressionist frigid dungeon suddenly two largest lime tendrils. Shoot from the beast's blow-black body and pinned my arms to the wall behind find me. Hey we had a deal. which is another tendrils sprouts from the beast's body the new Blue Appendi- the way towards my cock clues around myself to slow stroking me? Oh I I see but rather do it by your own hands. Tentacles the study of motion. It's up and down my shot coaching cock so much with its own liquid liquids. I couldn't tell him I recommended in. Its begun the tentacles. Pick up speed Michael so fast only like a blue blue I can cook. Should it comes. Initiates showering down to my pants and shirt the tend to on coils from my payments and slid onto the droplets. The I walked in my releases immediately sucked into the slums body. The instant tentacle touches. I guess I don't have to worry about changing my arm summer at least well. That was fun but I really should the two tentacles that had pinned me to the war now to me up into the air what now another tentacle since out gangs Mike once worked more tentacles streaming to the air. Each one grabs a hold of one of my next japon. Do you want more. I'm sorry to disappoint you. Power but there is this thing called refraction Peter. Oh I'm so focused on the teacher that I must have missed the tentacle minutes behind now. The southern canals. Jesus looks like I'm I'm not the only one who's been doing the research so you wanted to call in now I I haven't listen. Just go slow the tendon. Cool me with its lying. Making the penetration could feed it twitching inside in the lighting stroking in exploring some cave. Komo another ten was now once again wrapped around my cock strokes me out of desperately trying to rise again just I the victim to bleed something. W- what what would. Oh it. Is it again and again and again With each thrust being side tend to go direct retained Spotlit Casa. My the book was no hardening rapidly much to the delight. The creature the tentacles wrapped around my column focused much attention around that squeezing and we saw Zhang clearly hoping that the ministration creation would coax. I'd also in wiggled against my interest interesting desperately choices with tentacle. You see don't don't think the two is going to put. Aw who tight. But Jesus determined go hunting stars as the alternated in an Out Piston speed the nerve unable to get even interested in having on the sensational still tentacle on my cock occur again it took a fee to the familiar sensation of my both. Could only shut my eyes impressive. uh-huh I felt the tentacle in Moscow Stu competing something hot and feel Niassa. I opened my eyes and see my colleague tripping over the monsters out in his become too. It's deserving immediately. The second I sink to the Christmas party. Alright you're done. I mean this has been fun. All what I watched creatures body grows inside the tentacles abrupt around the ticket breath breath now three times bigger than what they were before in my in my house to. Jesus Christ it moving inside me. I don't know how they were moving. Mike Number I thought the move at this time. But I looked into see the tail end of the tentacle thrust pumping inside me tip hitting same continuing being inside my house. Another pair of tentacles super twisted nipple. McCook was already switching added stimulation pertaining by. Let's try to Khimik fucking my TV. Look through all my switching being assaulted from all signs. They didn't do anything. The feeling tend to coincide talks on like just giving pizza. They continue to suck. It might look upon and I kill in the back of suddenly woodbridge it. One of the most powerful customs I ever had Michael Off Undo.

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"appendi" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Raum is a c._i._a. Agent who <unk> previously worked as no appendi- closest co worker oh for the company right rate with your life <hes> in yet they couldn't feta later on it it just wasn't to be she had other things to do. Play other places to be. It's just like how stephen <unk> out hell cats in town was like no sign yet bigger desk. He's a guest appearance on csi c._s._i. Miami in two thousand twelve was still on in two thousand and two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen. She did fourteen episodes recurring role on the client list. Oh yes that's the the jennifer love hewitt. I know it's sort of a book which they may like t._v. Movie on lifetime than they turn that t._v. Movie to this show but i think it only lasted once we get the oh my god. I just got done watching time of your life. <hes> which is the party of aspinall's <unk> where she goes look for new york. I was like this associate thousands of her in the year two thousand it hurts. Oh my lord again you should v._r. Porn this two thousand fourteen. She was in four episodes of beauty and the beast yet. I remember that one if e._s._p. Agent thema the landon core elizabeth rams tight chest jesse martin from over on the flash <hes> <hes> two thousand seventeen to two thousand nineteen. She did six episodes of jane the virgin we're the in two thousand eighteen. She must've been one episode of the new magnum p._i. Why don't you like some creepy creepy. Show listen listen to the other one this t._v. Show yet no feels the one or not but yes c._b._s. Yes has <unk>. I knew they had a right yeah yeah. <hes> you know who's playing them like the new guy right. Oh that dude from the x. men movies who played <hes> alex summers shut the front door. Yeah wow yeah i. I only watched like one. I've saw like ones yet to see two of the slayer at least yeah but victory channel two on the one night. It was friday or saturday night. Niches came on food tap him anymore disney. He has a hurt him any more fine movie studios over. I know saturday we will be. We will have a lot to say. Please indicate your teen. I believe yes one one hundred nineteen. Yes so petty phil. Please make it correctly loan anyway. I hit them with shameless plug in for the night. Oh okay after the modern fy of miss elizabeth raum who but we would still be a happy. It's like you ages. Which caitlyn's better better your great actress that we wish take care when you better content all right so if you wanna i episode fourteen <unk> at the season is flying by it.

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"appendi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Jake's again wrote at Utah beach. Normandy. While we're on the subject of national observances this week, a US park. Police spokesman confirmed that President Trump plans to deliver a public address at the Lincoln Memorial on the fourth of July in a letter to the president House, Democratic leaders asked the president to reconsider. They argued that his plans would create the appearance of a televised partisan campaign rally on the mall. All at public expense. Now that is definitely a break with recent tradition. When presidents have enjoyed the festivities, but in a low key way, leaving town or hosting guests to watch the fireworks with them. But we were wondering about earlier times thankfully, Ronald Shaffer has looked into that. He's a former editor at the Wall Street Journal, and he wrote about this for the Washington Post, welcome back. Thanks so much for joining us. The be here, Michelle. So you said that Thomas Jefferson was the first whole July fourth celebrations at the White House in eighteen o one, because he was the first to live in the White House during the fourth of July what did he do Jefferson? Just had a little reception for some citizens and some officials, and they had some punch in some cakes, and they had some talion position, the play music, and this sort of set the trend for future, presidents where they had the receptions. During the July, four something very low key. And in eighteen forty one John Tyler a dinner on that day he had turtles soup with made from a three hundred pound turtle. They brought in from Key West Florida, and then that night, they walked across the street to where they watch the fireworks, which has been part of the July fourth celebration from the very beginning. So it seems as though the previous presidents head pretty low key celebrations. The turtle soup was kind of fancy, but the letter from House Democratic leader, state that the fourth of July celebrations have always been quote nonpartisan and a political is that true. That's pretty much true. The, the only president whoever spoke during the celebration in Washington with Harry Truman in nineteen fifty one he spoke at the Washington Monument, and he gave a speech on the Korean war. But of course, back in those days, he probably had maybe two. Secret service agents with him today, the security is much much more elaborate. And so what, what does that say to you that it just changes the character of the event is what you're saying? Well, I know when I can advance with the president's where he's going to be there. I usually have to go through metal detectors to get in. So it will be a lot more complicated to speak from the Lincoln Memorial July fourth than anytime in the in the past the only thing close to this was probably nineteen seventy when some friends of president Nixon got up an honor America day televised show at the Lincoln Memorial. This was during the Vietnam war, but the celebration also brought out a lot of protesters to some of them were skinny dipping a reflective pool. And there was some teargas toured around. It turned out to be kind of a mixed event. I see so so so as you mentioned that, you know. President Truman gave a speech on the fourth in Washington about the progress of the Korean war. You know, you mentioned that president Nixon, videotape and message that played on the mall, the fourth of July ceremonies in nineteen seventy which didn't go over well with sort of everybody, what do you make about President Trump's decision to as a number of media outlets? Put it insert himself into this event. I think the fear is it will become a political event, historically has been totally nonpartisan. Strictly a celebration of the country, and not of any political party. And I guess the worry now is that Trump is going to be the grandchild with appendi- day. Do you think that people will do have any sense of how other people are reacting to this? We know how the Democrats are reacting to this. They're they are not pleased. This is polarizing figure anyway. So, you know it has to be said, just like president Nixon was a polarizing figure, so do you have a sense of how you think it'll affect the celebration? Well, I think there's still have a pretty good turnout. Either way. The fact is that most people go, there just to see the fireworks and not really that concerned about the politics of the whole matter. But a lot of presidents did give speeches on July fourth. But they would go out of town in nineteen seventy six the vice intentional year or they had a million people in the mall, and I was one of them, the Gerald Ford gave a speech at Independence Hall, Philadelphia, flew back to Washington and watch the fireworks, from the White House with his wife, Betty, traditionally, this is how presidents have celebrated the July. Fourth is by watching the fireworks from the White House. Maybe hosting some army families military families or going out of town to give a speech, but never except for Truman as I said to actually get involved into the actual ceremony themselves that is row Shafer. He's a former editor at the Wall Street Journal, and he's author of the carnage. Will campaign about the eighteen forty presidential race. Run, thank you so much. Thank you. Michelle. We turn now to the women's World Cup which has officially kicked off in France. Jamaica will make its debut as the underdog, they are the lowest ranked team in the tournament, but a couple of years ago. Jamaica didn't even have a national women's soccer team tomorrow, the reggae girls, as they are known take on Brazil NPR's, Jason Bobi has this report. The rig girls took to the field in Scotland last week to play their final warm-up match before heading to France a record eighteen thousand fans showed up this was more than four times. The previous record for a home game for the Scottish women's national squad and the teams didn't disappoint. Jamaica wind up early on a goal by their star forward. Kadisha Shaw was also known by her nickname, funny. In the end Scotland, however rallied to win twenty.

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"appendi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Back in nineteen Eighty-six reactor number four at the noble, atomic plant exploded, unleashing a nightmare scenario that was felt all over the planet. The spite the proclaimed era of glasnost the government of the USSR tried to cover it up. Hide the truth. Downplay the true scope of the disaster, the effects were profound politically economically, and of course, for human health your noble, effectively became a radioactive tomb a death zone midnight. Incher noble is a new book by Adam Higginbotham. It took years to find and speak to living. Witnesses to get them to open up to earth documents that until now had been classified at a tell the inside story in a thrilling minute by minute account is if the readers right there in the control room in the plant, it's a tale of heroism, treachery incompetence and political intrigue, and there are lessons or the world assuming were paying. Attention. Adam welcome to the program. Thank you for having me, an exciting read an astounding undertaking. From journalism perspective, finding all these people getting them to open up and Personalizing. What must have been just horrific terrible events. He put the reader right there in the middle of it. How did you get hooked on the story? Well, I really started reporting on on the bike in two thousand six for a for a magazine story that point it was the the twentieth. Anniversary of the disaster was just coming up. And I recently read wolf the Lord's book. I'm not to remember appendi- thinking of the Titanic, you know, and and Lois book focuses just on on the night of the sinking and reconstructs will happen to in in detail from interviewing witnesses who who survived the thinking and from from Koto. To me when I was thinking about this in advance before I went to Russia, Ukraine, you know, nobody had ever done this for the election to find witnesses could reconstruct within just the night of the disaster itself of of the twenty fifth to the twenty six April nineteen Ninety-six in that kind of detail. And then when I started talking to these witnesses, I realized that that, you know, I knew so little of one actually happened surprised not only that some of these people would wouldn't wouldn't talk about it. But was still alive to tell me these on that point. I realized you know, that there was a book, and I came back to the story again for another magazine story five years off of that. And then soon off of that began working on the book, you know, as I was reading it the Titanic movie is what kept popping into my head the way you were telling the story was very much like that minute by minute at the different. Characters who were who's personal of view of of this disaster as it unfolded? It really was ineffective way to tell the story and the same kind of hubris is involved here with the boasts about Titanic as with the claims that were made about or noble, exactly. I mean, I think one of the the lessons of the disaster is exactly that of technological Hebrews of mankind. Overconfidence and thinking that you know, he contain the forces of nature in the Titanic saying that they built an unthinkable ship. And in the case of novel, the shoring everybody this reactor was incredibly safe and it led to overconfidence in the people who are operating again. He didn't think for second that it was even possible. The thing could explode even after it actually had and it took them some time to come to grips with enormous. When it happened you have in the title, the untold story of the world's greatest nuclear disaster. I'm like. Here. People already mumbling to themselves. Well, 'Fukushimas pretty bad too has seemingly been forgotten Chernobyl until your book came out, it'd probably dropped off the public's radar. So how do you measure, which one was worse? What are the metrics? Give me the broad strokes of how bad this was. I think that you know, based on on the stuff that I've read most recently, I think that the the level of the radio activity that was released engine of still mold than was released in Fukushima. But most importantly to me, and for the puppets of, you know, the stories that I wanted to tell the number of people whose lives are affected. I thought fog greater of that as I was affected by Kashima in a five million people lived in the worst affected areas affected by the radio activity from released novel finding people in in areas of Russia that LaRussa and Ukraine, you know, one hundred sixty eight thousand people were immediately and in in the weeks off of the explosion. And so those things really the ones that I would look to to indicate that this is if it is indeed a competition than this is this is the area in which general two wins. I I would think it's it's an I remember you addressing it in the book is coming up with a number of people who died as a direct result. I mean, I guess there are those that died right during the incident those that died later because radiation exposure, and then those died elsewhere projections around the globe of how many people seemingly. Could have died diseases that resulted from their exposure and other countries, right? And those those projections and the loss category vary wildly depending on who you listen to the scientific consensus is a lot lower than than most people might expect it to be so back in two thousand eight the UN released a report where they estimated that that would be five thousand additional deaths from Kansas directly attributable to radio station released from the accident in the worst affected areas. And then there would be another twenty five thousand people who would suffer nonfatal Kansas in a wide area. You know? But if you've listened to groups like Greenpeace they've had projections up into the hundreds of thousands. That's not really supported by the you know, the consensus. I would think it's really tough to get. A Russians even those who are getting on in years to open up to spill secrets to share documents. And and specific details that might be embarrassing to the country. Even though the US has gone. I've done some reporting in Russia and have had I was there in ninety three and had people open up because it was an era of glasnost perestroika. And then three years later, go back in the same people. I've talked to wouldn't talk to me anymore because the the whole sort of ATMs fear change, and I would think now with Putin and control of that speaking to a western journalist would be risky for a Russian. Well, it's interesting you say that be some people's stories have changed is if you look back on on interviews that that people are given back in the early nineties when the Soviet Union just collapsed on everybody with canes kind of launch to leak onto the bandwagon of, you know, opening up until humanitarian things at Bain. And then then you go back, and you actually speak to them hunting this one going to take your who was the science editor of Pravda the time of the accident. You know, it read it into the aid given nine thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety one where he said that he refused to run any stories in his pages praising the benefits of nuclear of how because he felt that in in in the Soviet Union because he thought that it was so intrinsically dangerous and badly. And then when I went went to talk to him in two thousand fifteen I put this time, and he just said on ready. Don't sure I said that I think I'm wrong, you know. And then later in the conversation went on to admit that he felt that it was it was a terrible disaster that the Soviet Union collapsed. And I it was clear that he his views changed considerably over the intervening years, the you'll remember that, you know, you Crichton, for example, you know, no longer owes any allegiance to Putin. So you'll you'll token to Ukrainians are involved in the accident, unsure they didn't feel fans plenty loyalties the Soviet Union. Well, they're independent for now. Anyway. Exactly on the semi. No love lost between, you know, Ukrainians and Russians neck, but they were also there also individuals who who'd what within the Soviet Tony program who as you say, even now only later still felt bound by oath of secrecy. They take into this empire that has long dissipate. And so I would often questions about certain things, and they say, you know, what we'll tell you about that. Because that's top secret. Maybe. Until you know, submarine program tone in nineteen seventy-two, well that the thread of excessive secrecy runs all the way through this story. And it's it's part of, you know, a lot of what happens of the Soviet system, and it's not exclusive to the USSR, but things like cronyism and corruption the domination of of central planning, and especially excessive secrecy and fear of the state. That's all part of what led to this disaster. Right. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, I think that the the twin pillars of of secrecy and lies are ultimately in provided the foundation for this disaster to happen, particularly because the all of the nuclear complex in the Soviet Union was was she's in Searcy if Genova plant itself was crawling with KGB officers and their informants and one of the most important effects of this was. That that every accident that took place in new power stations within the Soviet Union was considered to be a state secret. So any opportunities that operates is in power stations. Elsewhere could could have had from learning from from the mistakes of others from these accidents was lost. And and so if you know an accident took place somewhere else in the Soviet Union than the the way that yoga might hair by on kind of room as all or you know, hints between the lines in an issue prompt. But there were no kind of sick in a Ryan to tell about what had happened and tell it have not had to make sure this didn't happen again in the future. So that there were some really bad ones, you detail them in the book some other incidents that were really bad. But they happened at places that didn't exist on a map. Yes. Well, said so there was also, you know, the full it's your noble was the greatest nuclear disaster in history took place. In nineteen fifty seven. Of this plutonium processing factory in the euro playschool the production association, and that was completely hostile. But it took place so fun inside the voters of the Soviet Union that they were able to keep it secret because the radio activity that was released by the ocean. When east chiefly and was not really detected in the west and they managed to keep that one secret. So we're talking with Adam Higginbotham about his book midnight insure noble in a moment. He'll set the scene for us about the era. It was a hopeful era in in Russia, and the USSR citizenry was blissfully unaware of how dire some things were beginning to be economically. Politically a lot of it was covered up despite attempts at glasnost and being less secret. We'll be back in a moment. Pick up that.

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"appendi" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Entertainment type content. And so with the change we've actually seen a huge up, spike in attendance, and really the turning point for us was acquiring. Appendi- plaza the seven forty seven the shuttle carrier five and the high fidelity replica the shuttle, and that we we experienced increase of attendance by nearly two hundred thousand people, and when you're and we've been able to sustain that and grow it beyond that point. And you've been able to be pretty confident that that's why that's the relation that. Absolutely. I think well the other the other thing, and this is something we're really emphasizing is honestly people have enough stuff or things and what the priority in life now with our experiences. And so they we the priority for for visitors experiences. They want to have a carry experience. They want to get behind the scenes they wanted to stand how things function and one of the unique experiences here you really get behind the scenes at Johnson Space Center. We have the ability to take you into the working facilities and labs more. So than any other NASA center visitor center, and I think that's why we've experienced such a surge. People want to understand how do you train astronauts, and where the challenges of living in space, and how are we going to send? Humans to other celestial bodies like Mars. So those are the kind of questions we received from our visitors earlier you referred to how before space center Houston. Visitors could just come up here and park in the curb and and walk around that they can't do anymore. But as you mentioned your facility is bringing people on site talk talk about where weird they can go on site. What can they see? Absolutely. So now, it's managed, of course. And we because of security and access and also volume of visitors because we are at one point one million visitors a year, you could not have that volume of people just walking around the campus Ajaz bay on. It would be really disruptive. I wouldn't have a place to park. Yes. That's true. Exactly. And so we offer can have levels of experiences for someone who comes the general guests to space center, Houston, you can take a tram to see the mockup facility where there is a high fidelity.

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"appendi" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"I showed them have set up who will ads started generating leads for them. And then, you know, this lawyer started recommending. Me too. Some of his other lawyer friends, and then I got tapped into an association of lawyers in Chicago and three months after that. So this is six months after I got my fifty thousand dollar job, I sold I went from selling a five hundred dollar website. So I fifty thousand dollar website to a medium size law firm. I use the same WordPress template, and I built the website about three days kidding. And this was like literally I remember the day 'cause they mailed me my check I went down to my mailbox. I remember my hands literally being sweaty as I opened the mailbox. I had a twenty five thousand dollar check the for the deposit for the project, and that completely changed my life. I was like, you know, I'm gonna make a, you know in three days as much as I'm gonna make this entire year. I can do this. You know, just like, you know, I was I was off to the races. And so then I got a realtor. Client, built a couple of law firm. Websites, and then for the realtor heated know, how to run digital campaigns. So I actually set up campaigns where I was using my own money to generate leads for him, and he would pay me for the leads. And so I got kind of the lead aggregation game in little rogue way. And by the end of that year, I made over three hundred thousand dollars doing this. And I'd also gotten a few other clients because my digital agency they had a minimum threshold of the type of client. They will take. And so a few clients that came in they didn't have enough money to pay for our agency. And so the sales guys ended up giving those projects to meet too. And so within a year I launched my own agency, and I was off to the races. That's incredible in so your your income has increased dramatically in have you kept your spending the same level. And if so it was that all due to what you read in your money or your life. Or did you let your lifestyle away from you? Oh, but oh, I probably spent even less money because once I was once I got to three hundred thousand or once even realized that I was gonna make over a hundred thousand dollars that year. That's when kind of everything completely clicked were like because I when I been back in my parents I'd set the goal of trying to make a million dollars as quickly as possible. That was like it wasn't retire early. Wasn't financial independence was obviously wrapped into this. But my very sort of unsophisticated goal was like our big million dollars out to save a million dollars. And so once I knew that I was gonna make a hundred thousand dollars that year. I was like, whoa. Whoa. I I like I like I'm going to be able to do this. I don't how on take me, but I'm going to be able to do this. And so I got even more committed, and you know, to be honest, it took me five years three months and six days from that day in August two thousand ten until I reached financial. Appendi- and that five years three months was pretty intense. They're like it was like eighty ninety hour weeks. Like, you know, I thankfully, didn't have any kids a lot I lost. Unfortunately, some friendships some of my friends I helped to make a lot of money three of my friends that I profile in the book, I actually courage them to pursue their own passions..

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"appendi" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Bittersweet call there. You know, why not I believe always on champion that was his final Premier League match. And he is now coming over to the United States to be the voice of MLS. I'm so delighted to have him here to have access to John champion who we've interviewed on is nothing short of a lovely, man. Anyone who speaks who knows him will tell you that he even invited us after we had him on the show to if we were in England before obviously this offer came up for me to have to have drinks with them and everything if we're ever in England for game lovely Ma I feel soil side. He's coming here. It's an conic primarily voice. You know? I was watching something today. One of those things that pops up on your timeline that launch. And you gotta watch it on its an ESPN documentary that used to run on ESPN called legends of the Premier League ESPN U K on its talking heads talking about the grip players interspersed with highlights, and it's Roy Keane sound like I'm not going to not watch that. So just flick it on possibly watching on champion is just giving his his comments on his his his analysis of Qian's career, and he's brilliant is overly brilliant. That voice deserves the stage of English football. Two of my favorite calls of all time. His call of Jamie Vardi goal. Manchester United in the five three comeback for LeicesteR. And this isn't a Premier League one. But the Tim k hill goal for ustralia against the Netherlands. That's the twenty four team World Cup brilliant. Call his voice. Go from polite Englishmen. Shrieking? And like his voice is so good that the cadence and song of it matched the crowd noises like perfectly they it was the it. He always seemed to have the appropriate call. Yeah. And the fact now that he'll be here. Now why so exasperated you should be thrilled? I know, but the big games in England that we're going to be glued to we're not gonna have him. So all right. So we'll have them for you know, like Wayne Rooney steals at plays. A Luciano cost a goal. Jon champion do your thing. I don't get, you know, as it's grit for European all joking aside for mentioned or city to go up as quickly as they did for to score in the first thirty seconds of this game. I mean, it just I saw people everywhere on Twitter saying okay, click onto the next one. I did that. Yeah. I watched wolves and West Ham appendi- of its own what is up with Manchester City right now because it does feel like they've gotten you know, they had some injury woes for a while. If feels like they've gotten most of those guys back for an Indiana was back and was at fault for the penalty. Certainly Kevin Brian is back like, what's what is happening here from the analysis that I've read of the game. And and from what I've seen a little bit from them going going wound Nilo, I won't say first of all Rafeh beneath had Newcastle. Marshall perfectly Benitez is a man who can stop a juggernaut we seen that with bad Liverpool teams that he managed. Where he was able to pull out results. So we should probably note that I he knew how to stop man city, and it was about stopping on city, and they got they got fortunate with the penalty, and you castle actually played well bought Thursday complacency in Manchester City. No, it definitely feels like that. And also don't you be complacent when you're this many points out enders doubt, come to very different complacency in style of play and doubt in the manager about his players. He talked about the Newcastle midfield. We weren't able to cope with their to holding central midfielders. Andrew I look to the Newcastle team yesterday it's championship team. But the championship team being Marshall by Champions League manager, I dot dot com from pet and pet was so animated on frustrated. There's something happening is if they've they've peaked they've plateaued on their Geos drifting..

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"appendi" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Bittersweet call there. You know, why not I believe always on champion that was his final Premier League match. And he is now coming over to the United States to be the voice of MLS. I'm so delighted to have him here to have access to John champion who we've interviewed on is nothing short of a lovely, man. Anyone who speaks who knows him will tell you that he even invited us after we had him on the show to if we were in England before obviously this offer came up for me to have to have drinks with them and everything if we're ever in England for game lovely Ma I feel soil side. He's coming here. It's an conic primarily voice. You know? I was watching something today. One of those things that pops up on your timeline that launch. And you gotta watch it on its an ESPN documentary that used to run on ESPN called legends of the Premier League ESPN U K on its talking heads talking about the grip players interspersed with highlights, and it's Roy Keane sound like I'm not going to not watch that. So just flick it on possibly watching on champion is just giving his his comments on his his his analysis of Qian's career, and he's brilliant is overly brilliant. That voice deserves the stage of English football. Two of my favorite calls of all time. His call of Jamie Vardi goal. Manchester United in the five three comeback for LeicesteR. And this isn't a Premier League one. But the Tim k hill goal for ustralia against the Netherlands. That's the twenty four team World Cup brilliant. Call his voice. Go from polite Englishmen. Shrieking? And like his voice is so good that the cadence and song of it matched the crowd noises like perfectly they it was the it. He always seemed to have the appropriate call. Yeah. And the fact now that he'll be here. Now why so exasperated you should be thrilled? I know, but the big games in England that we're going to be glued to we're not gonna have him. So all right. So we'll have them for you know, like Wayne Rooney steals at plays. A Luciano cost a goal. Jon champion do your thing. I don't get, you know, as it's grit for European all joking aside for mentioned or city to go up as quickly as they did for to score in the first thirty seconds of this game. I mean, it just I saw people everywhere on Twitter saying okay, click onto the next one. I did that. Yeah. I watched wolves and West Ham appendi- of its own what is up with Manchester City right now because it does feel like they've gotten you know, they had some injury woes for a while. If feels like they've gotten most of those guys back for an Indiana was back and was at fault for the penalty. Certainly Kevin Brian is back like, what's what is happening here from the analysis that I've read of the game. And and from what I've seen a little bit from them going going wound Nilo, I won't say first of all Rafeh beneath had Newcastle. Marshall perfectly Benitez is a man who can stop a juggernaut we seen that with bad Liverpool teams that he managed. Where he was able to pull out results. So we should probably note that I he knew how to stop man city, and it was about stopping on city, and they got they got fortunate with the penalty, and you castle actually played well bought Thursday complacency in Manchester City. No, it definitely feels like that. And also don't you be complacent when you're this many points out enders doubt, come to very different complacency in style of play and doubt in the manager about his players. He talked about the Newcastle midfield. We weren't able to cope with their to holding central midfielders. Andrew I look to the Newcastle team yesterday it's championship team. But the championship team being Marshall by Champions League manager, I dot dot com from pet and pet was so animated on frustrated. There's something happening is if they've they've peaked they've plateaued on their Geos drifting..

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"appendi" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"appendi" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"But the reality of the situation is that Jason Garrett hasn't done enough for Jerry Jones to make a statement. Like that a matter of fact, half a Cowboys nation, if not more would prefer Jerry Jones got rid of Jason Garrett. And the only reason the biggest reason rather why Jason Garrett is still there is because he's liked not because he has produced. And because he's such a nice guy. And he's and he's so lovable. He gets to keep his job. Even though he's proven to be mediocre at it. It's a damn shame. It goes against what we preach about as Americans. It really does. But that's just me j allow Stephen what's up. Jay, are you there? Jay going. What's Jay going twice? Goodbye j Terrence you lava Stephen what's up. Stephen you already know as a bears fan. I'm still per over that missed field goal. Partially blocked feel guarded. It'd be Brock. Okay. But I've been keeping up with my team recently. And I've been noticing I noticed that Matt Nagy talk to the press, and he said, he wouldn't rule out signing careening. Correct. But if I'm the bears would I want to sign Kareem hunt. Well, let me say this to you. Let me respond to that. With a question. Do you believe in second chances? Undo. Okay. But then I would remind Kareem hot let me tell you that the right now Kareem hunt wanted kids city cheese. We'd be talking about kids cheese being a favorites to win at all. And Damian Williams has done a tremendous job filling in for Kareem hunt. He bawled out that against Indianapolis Colts. But if you look at tyreek hill in the superstar that he is. And you look at Travis Kelsey the best tied in football. The is and you look at the return of Sammy Watkins, and you look at the soon to be league Indy. PM Patrick Mahomes, and you combine that with Kareem hunt being back in the lineup for Kansas City. We're not talking about anybody. We're not even talk about New England them, we really not. We don't even talk about about ability of New England going to narrow had stadium and beaten these boys. We're talking about the Kansas City Chiefs being the favorites to win the Super Bowl. And if they don't win how much of a blemish and blotch this would be on the career of Eddie read. That's what we'd be talking about. And you know, it Kareem hunt is a bad, brother. There's what he did was inexcusable. He deserves to be put on the Commissioner's exemplifies he deserves to be exiled from Kansas City with history involving domestic violence. You have no choice, but to let him go. You can't tolerate that you had a a years ago there once killed his girlfriend, and then went to the Kansas City Chiefs facility and killed himself right in front of Romeo Cornell. If I remember correctly because Canellas beloved, obviously, tried to talk him down, and it didn't work because he realized what he had done, and it was either life in prison or kill himself. And that's what he elected to do a believe Belcher was his name of river correctly. So if you the Kansas City Chiefs that kinda history, I don't think you can do the now I asked Ryan Clark who played in the NFL who's an NFL analyst extraordinaire for us what he thinks when he comes on the show to start off our number two. But I don't think that you could bring him to Kansas City. But to Chicago to give them a new start Kareem hunt. Once he serves his pays that's not enough to be on the Commissioner's examples because he's still getting paid suspend his behind for at least half the season. Make sure that appendi- is pain for making such a transgression and do everything you can dissuade repeat behavior in the future. Once that situation is resolved in terms of wedding appetite for that kind of thing. Then take a team like the bears could bring them on board..

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