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Aho scores hat trick as Hurricanes beat Islanders 5-2

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Aho scores hat trick as Hurricanes beat Islanders 5-2

"Sebastiano notched his 6th career hat trick. It's the hurricanes handed the islanders their 8th loss of 9 games, 5 to two. Iho broke a two two tie late in the second period with his first goal, scored again in the third and added an empty netter. Hurricanes coach rod Brenda Moore. An open ice, you know, like he's so quick and you say I'm not going to the third where he just nothing going on, but he's on them quick and then create that turnover and that's puts the game away. Jordan stall and jesper fast also tallied to help the metropolitan division leaders win for the fourth time in 5 games. Simon holmstrom and Brock Nelson scored for the aisles. I'm Dave ferry.

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Lord Conrad Black: 'The Rights of All Are Being Challenged'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

Lord Conrad Black: 'The Rights of All Are Being Challenged'

"Years ago, Google was subpoenaed by surreptitiously by the FBI to hand over and I'm reading directly from an article at Justin used dot com. This is the exclusive from John Solomon. Subpoenas and demanded a broad swath of records from Google, including all customer and subscriber account information, addresses, mailing addresses, local and long distance telephone connection records and even means and sources of pavement for such service such as credit card or bank account numbers. Who are the people they subpoenaed, staff members, serving staff members of the House intelligence committee working for Devin Nunes, including cash Patel, who will be with us in the third hour. Am I disconnected from reality or would all other things being equal in a normal country just that one disclosure alone be cause for a massive enduring scandal? You are not out of touch at all. It is. Crowding the flagpole with red flags of warning. I mean, it's like a day at the beach from the sharks or only ten feet from the shore. And all the flags go up. I mean, it's a maximum danger signal that the rights of people on a scale that means the rights of all are being challenged. And the entire institutional structure of the country is in danger. I mean, it is an absolute outrage.

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Lord Conrad Black Unpacks the Criminal Referrals Against Trump

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | Last month

Lord Conrad Black Unpacks the Criminal Referrals Against Trump

"At what happened yesterday lord black. We have multiple referrals for criminal indictments, including aiding and abetting an insurrection and also obstructing an official proceeding. What is your expectation coming out of the DoJ under Merrick Garland, my prediction is that they will try one of the lesser lesser charges because they just like the schloss seem to have lost all connection with reality. I'll tell you, first of all, Garland will do what he's told. The conduct of the Justice Department in important matters involving public office holders. Present and past has nothing to do with the laws, even Andy McCarthy is acknowledged. It's a straight political call. And the Department of Justice is just an arm of the dirty tricks division of a democratic national committee. Garland is simply an operative who will sign indictments if told to do so by The White House. And looking back on the greatest service Mitch McConnell has performed for the United States and his long period as head of the Republicans in the U.S. Senate is not to allow garlands and nomination to the Supreme Court to come to a vote. But I think what is going to happen is because it appears and I personally regret this, but it appears that president Trump standing as a candidate for renomination is slightly being diluted and starting to fade. If the Democrats pursue him anyway and indict him, they will commit the classic error of fighting this war by last wars standards and targets. And the fact is while a great many people have been whipped up by the wall to wall Trump heating media to dislike the former president, at least as many people dislike the chaos inflicted on the country by the persecutors of the former president. And if they indict Trump, I think it is going to be a disaster.

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn Weighs in on the Latest Twitter Revelations

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

Sen. Marsha Blackburn Weighs in on the Latest Twitter Revelations

"I must ask you the revelations coming from Twitter the 7th drop was yesterday of collusion between the FBI and Palo Alto $3 million sent to Twitter to pay for them to help the FBI sensor conservatives will there be any ramifications for the information revealed in the next Congress in the next Senate. We would hope that there will be. I mean, what we have to realize is that these are individuals that took it upon themselves to collude and to coordinate and collaborate with campaign committees, the DNC, the FBI DoJ different federal agencies and private businesses. And you know, if it was happening with Twitter, if DoJ was having weekly meetings with Twitter, they were having weekly meetings with other entities. And when you look at the way that Google would preference and prioritize information, when you look at how YouTube would position a different videos, when you look at Instagram, when you look at all of these platforms, Facebook. And what we know about Twitter now, you see, you begin to see a picture of what they were doing to carry out their wishes. And to disadvantage, not only president Trump, but other Republican candidates. And to Joe Biden and other democratic candidates. Yeah,

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn on the $1.66T Government-Funding Bill

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Sen. Marsha Blackburn on the $1.66T Government-Funding Bill

"On a delighted to open our show with none other than Tennessee's senator Marsha Blackburn. Hi there. How are you? Well, I'm annoyed. I am probably annoyed as you are. Is this thing a done deal? 'cause I like your idea. Freeze government spending freeze government eyes freeze government pay increase, is there a chance of any of that happening? Well, as you know, I've been pushing this idea forward since last spring. And not any of that is going to happen, but I'm going to continue to push this idea forward. Because if you're going to stop the increases in spending, what you have to do is free suspending. Put a halt to it, say, okay, no more. That is what a continuing resolution would do for us right now. It would put us at the levels where we are, which are too high because there's an elevated levels from the COVID spending. But then you have to get back in there and some of these things that were deemed mandatory spending during the pandemic, you have to begin to remove some of those components. And this is deep dive budget work. It's where Republicans need to stand together. And say, we're going to oppose continuing to pass these massive spending bills, and we're going to oppose these earmarks for local governments and communities. You know, it's one thing for elected representatives to weigh in on interstate highways and military bases that are in those districts and areas and states. And things that have a tie to federal government. It's

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Grayson Murray Suffered Serious Injuries in Bermuda Crash

Fore The People

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Grayson Murray Suffered Serious Injuries in Bermuda Crash

"Another story in Bermuda though, this is probably like a feel good, feel bad, I don't know, story. I hate it for our guy, but Grayson Murray, a friend of the pot, Brenda FTP. They don't FTP. We've had them all twice. One time the audio was so bad, we scrubbed it, but second time in gracious enough to come right back on, gave us an hour, but Grayson Murray dude got in a bad car wreck. Really bad. Really? Horrible. Mess this whole face up. I go, yeah, go back on Instagram and look at his Instagram. He's all bruised up everywhere real bad. Had to withdraw. His caddy Doug schwimmer. You probably know Doug. Doug was in the car too. He came away unscathed. So Doug sticks around and caddies for the first alternate who is Johnson Wagner this week, kind of a feel good ending. But yeah, dude, grace, Murray, banged up, bro it is not good. I don't know. Or whatever, it's all over space. He hit the steering wheel. So here, so here. So obviously that answer my question, he was in Bermuda driving and got in the wreck there or whatever, dude. That's freaking. Who knows? It probably drive on the other side of the road and everything else. I mean, who knows what happened, but I'm glad he's falling for it to him. We're not glad he's yeah, I'm not glad he's banged up, obviously. That freaking is terrible. But at least he's hopefully hopefully can come back and start playing playing, but yeah, freaking that shit is crazy, man.

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What Is a Blessing, and What Is a Curse?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

04:47 min | 6 months ago

What Is a Blessing, and What Is a Curse?

"It's hard to even imagine anybody saying it, and it's hard to imagine anybody who heard it, not thinking the person was out of his mind. They're so little perspective on what is a blessing and what has a curse, it is part of the sick world of the left. They don't know what is a blessing and they don't know what has a curse. They don't know that America has been largely a blessing certainly in the recent past in the last half century. It has been a blessing, not a blessing for blacks when they were slaves or under Jim Crow, not a blessing for a Native Americans. I fully acknowledge that. But since those things were universal, wars of people coming into new places by against people already living there, and since it is since slavery was universal, the issue in judging America is not to compare it to everybody else who did the exact same thing is to compare it to everybody else when we did something very different. Make the freest country in the history of the human race. Yeah, that's it. That's a very big deal. And that was done here. When you don't know what is a blessing, including fossil fuel, including freedom, your there's something wrong with you, something profoundly wrong. So some reflections on the comfort in which I am sitting in a rather warm place. Florida. In July, California globe has a very scary article. A teacher attended the national education association convention last week. Brenda lebs and I would like to have her on the show. Because the number of teachers, she's a California teacher, former school board member, who writes Brenda for kids, the number four. This originally appeared in the daily signal. I'm going to look that up, Brenda for kids. Yes. Well, amazing stuff here. Listen to this. As a teacher, I attended the national education association convention last week, and my worst fears were confirmed. Public schools are no longer a safe place for families who hold traditional values or for families who believe gender as in male female binary is biologically determined. Do you know that 5 years ago certainly ten years ago, that sentence would have been incomprehensible? To Americans, public schools are no longer a safe place for families who believe in the male female binary. It wouldn't even know what binary is about, and they would say, wait a minute. Public schools are not safe for families that believe that the human race is divided between male and female. You got to be kidding. It was also evident that the teachers union is lobbying arm of the Democratic Party. The NEA seems to think there are many gender options, and that's why teachers and students must always address themselves with their preferred pronouns. It thinks this pronoun practices essential and will create a more inclusive society. So I have to ask you once again. This comes up almost daily. If you have a child or grandchild in a public school, and they go the preferred pronoun way, teaching your 5 year old, that whether you're a he or a she is just a preference, there's nothing objectively true or accurate about it. Why would you keep your child in such a school? And the only answer is it's convenient. And I don't put that down. I mean, deeply convenient because it's very good chance both parents work. So you might think, how can I homeschool? However, if your child turns out to be an idiot, to be morally and personally confused and profoundly depressed because life is chaotic, then you will say, I should have done something.

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"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"That's what I'm going to do. I don't know what the future holds, but I'm going to keep this thing with Jesus because it has been life-changing for me. Yeah. Well, yeah, I love to tell my graduate students, you can't be safe and brave, so if you're inspired by some examples, even if I might be a small one of someone who was acting courageously in the name of Jesus on behalf of the underserved, the overlooked, the oppressed, but at the same time, you want to be safe and not take any risks, it's not going to happen. Right. It goes back to believing that all of us are made in the same full image of God. That we have the same worth. Our worth comes from being that child of God. So when I don't get invited to speak at some of those conferences anymore, or I hear that there's people out there saying I'm a heretic. I understand that. I used to be one of those people. I could lob grenades with the best of all, okay? But I'm at a different place now and my worth is fully grounded already in Christ. So it doesn't go down because someone doesn't say nice things about me, but neither does it increase because other people think I'm hot stuff. Exactly. And I just find myself at this place at this time in life going. I feel so consistently stable. Whereas before, it was a popularity contest. And again, easier for me to say this because I'm retired and I got a retirement account, okay? Is to say, well, you know, if you don't want to give me that job anymore, that's fine. That doesn't define my worth. And I would tell you this, and I know you're going to have your own experience with this. Yes, it's been costly in terms of certain associations relationships, but I wouldn't trade it for the kind of relationships that I now have with people that I used to hurt and harm. Just being who they are, they have taught me more about God and the gospel than I would have ever learned by just staying in my little enclave. Because we all have the same biases and blind spots. I just feel like my life, my world is so much richer. My experience of God is so much deeper. So, okay, people want to throw a brick at it. It's okay. That doesn't affect who I am and who I know myself to be. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I think for me, my last words would be this two things. One, my kids are proud of me. And oh, there's a go, yeah. I want them to be. I want them to see a mom who and they're not little one is 32 and the other is 26. And so they're not young kids, and they are watching the world around them. And when they feel like their mom's not a fake. There's no higher honor for me because I wanted to raise them to believe that this thing is real. And then I want to say thank you to everybody listening to the podcast who's trying to make the world a better place. That's my new metric for who I'm looking for. I'm not judging people on sexuality. I'm not judging people on their bank account on that judging people on the flat four spiritual laws or their ability to pull scripture. I'm really asking people to embody what they say they believe. And the more I look for that because I'm telling you, can you ask me at the beginning of this podcast? What started to change for me? I want you to know I have people in my life who are gay, who love God. And I know that for sure. I can remember one of my college students with dinner varsity. He has loved God from the very beginning, one of the best student leaders on campus was so afraid to come out. And I have known this person to love God as much as any other college student. And had he said nothing. No one would have said anything to him. How do you disqualify someone who shows all the food of the spirit? How do you make that person not be who they've been for the last four years? So I said to him, I got you. You are Christian and I don't expect anything short of that from you because you've always loved God. Last one, a guy is going to come visit me next week. You've been friends since we went 7 years. First name is Ron. Ron is a good, good human, was broke and used to give me money every month to support me with any of our city. And once he came and he was a pastor of a church, once he came out that church completely let go of him, he's never chaplain for children in a pediatrics ward in a hospital, and he's one of the best chaplains I know. And one of the most faithful friends I've ever had in my entire life, that man belongs God. Yeah. Hey, listeners, you gotta get and this book came out in 2020. It's called becoming brave. I got the Kindle version. Oh my God, it's so cheap. I hope you get some taste of the royalty. I think it cost me $4, okay? You know, the book is available in bookstores. You can get it online, but if you really want to go deeper into Brenda's journey and to understand the framing through the book of Esther and the whole experience, I mean, I've heard you preach using the Esther framing multiple times just always you took me on a journey. But I think this time when you have interwoven your own Esther and mordecai to experience into that unpacking, it's much more powerful in writing that book the way you have, you have exuded that courage. You have been brave and I applaud you for that. I'm just so grateful for you. I'm so thankful that we got back in touch 'cause I was looking at some of your recent Facebook posts and go, okay, it's been a while. I gotta check up with her. 'cause I'm seeing evidence and even posting stuff is being brave, right? That's right. Thank you so much. Do you have a website if people want to follow your work, if they want to see where you're speaking next, where can they follow you? Yeah, find me on socials for the most part on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. And if you just kind of Google my name, you'll find me. And then my website is salt to McNeil dot com. WWW dot org McNeil dot com all one word..

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"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

02:28 min | 7 months ago

"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"It's not about libertarian. It's not about Democrats. It was about MRO leadership and you knew it. And 81% of Christians said, okay. And now when I think about those words from Jesus, that the way to destruction is really why more people choose that path, right? And the people who choose this narrow path, they are less of them. And I have stopped sitting in my song. You are singing myself. That has changed for me. Yep, that is. This little narrow bunch of people trying to pursue the king. I'm retired. I've been retired for 5 years. You could argue that it's easier for me to be brave than for someone like yourself. You're still teaching at a Christian college. Your church that you're on staff with is still for the time being part of that evangelical covenant denomination, so how do you navigate that? Do you get pushback? There's a protest going on in front of the SPU's president's office by LGBTQ students and their allies, my daughter went there. I'm sure she knows some of those protesters. She was part of pushing against the administration and their inequality and injustice to queer students back then. There are very I call nicodemus faculty. Nicodemus pastors, they'll come to us under cover of darkness and go Ken, Brenda, man, I am with you all the way. Keep doing it. But I can't lose my job. I got mouths to feed. I've got tenure to earn. So how do you function still since you're not retired? You're far from being retired. How do you function as this courageous Brendan? This brave Brenda. When you still have to joust with those institutions. Yeah. And I'd say this for both of us canon for anybody listening. Here's my story, you guys. I grew up in a small little town called trip in New Jersey. Nobody in my family had gone to college four years. I was the first one in my family to go to college for years. That's why I told you guys that I became a Christian when I was 19. I was just a chick from the hood who wanted to go to college. And something about me giving my life to God. And I really mean this. I was in this class recently, a Harvard colossal community organizing, and most of the people in that thing were not Christians. So they said, tell me why you like this Jesus thing so much. And don't talk like Christian. You don't use any words like that..

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"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

03:18 min | 7 months ago

"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Yeah. You know? Of course I care about. I'm not a racist. And so I think I believe that it was just a lack of understanding. But Ken, I think both you and I discovered that fear, I think, of losing the world as people, particularly white evangelical Christians, believed it was supposed to be like. And then I started realizing, oh, there's a hierarchy here. It's not just about race. There's patriarchy going on here. There's supremacy and nationalism. And it's made of very toxic cocktail that if I keep allowing this to happen because if someone would have a person like me speak at their conference or show up with this black female body, it was almost like people got credibility from saying, oh, we've had doctor Brenda salter McNeil. So therefore, we can't be sexist. We can't be racist. And so I just got mad at being used that way because I'll end here. I wasn't seeing change. I was hearing a whole lot of thoughts and prayers. And I wasn't seeing literal change. And I began feeling like I was becoming a figurehead for people to be able to claim a commitment to something that they actually weren't doing. Now, I'm going to get a little bit political here. The antithesis of who you are right now is Herschel Walker running for Senate in Georgia. So you have all these white nationalist supremacist Republicans going, hey, look, we want that guy to be our senator and it's like, well, number one, he sounds just like you. And he's just not qualified. Exactly. So anyway, I feel like that's kind of more an extreme example of what we're talking about. And I feel like other people of color, myself included, we have been invited to boards to committees to rooms to speak at conferences. Thinking that, oh, this is progress. Right. And I'm not saying it's no progress, but I think you're essential point that I so resonate with is that we're not seeing real transformation of systems. Right. Exactly. So people are able to pat themselves on the back like, yeah, how about that? He's not white. And unfortunately, I don't know about African American Christians, but I know a lot of us Asian American Christians, we drank the white evangelical Kool-Aid by the jug, okay? We don't even know that what we're saying has been through this colonization filter. Filtration system, if you will, one of the points you make at the end of your book, we haven't done the work to reclaim our cultural identity. And to say, you know, long before Christian missionaries came to China, God was present all over the world. Where's the fingerprints of God that I can say instead of I grew up thinking, oh, that's all pagan. They're all lost. Thank God I'm a Christian. And so we're the ones that pass muster. We have the right things to check off. We get invited to be on the board to speak at the conferences. And it's a self selecting process. Yeah. I think so. And the system is working. It's working, right? So the way I describe it, Ken, is I now ask on whose terms, because I don't think either of us.

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"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"It's a joy. Man, how long have we known each other? Over 20 years for sure. So easily. Easily. So we'll stop counting there and let everybody get. Yeah. Well, listeners to my show, they know that this is a platform that I helped create for Asian American culture records and culture shapers as we like to say. And so here you are, this powerful African American woman and longtime friend that I've invited to be on my show. And let me just explain to my listeners scratching their heads a little bit is to why I made this exception for you. It's because one, I trust you, even though we don't talk very often, I feel like I know you and I've sensed and seen in some of our Facebook posts, especially in your Facebook post, you've always been this prophetic voice for racial reconciliation for three decades, but I've seen an expansion of that beyond race. And I've also since and that's why I called you. I also sensed this, I'm done with a certain thing here that you just described. And so I'm like, what is going on? To my friend Brenda, because it really seems to parallel things that have happened for me too. So give my listeners a little bit of your history to appreciate this position that you've arrived at in the last four or 5 years. Yeah. Well, hey everybody, I'm super happy to be with my friend and I'm really happy because we can talk in a way that is so true and so organic. It's not we don't have to fabricate anything because we've been on the journey with each other so so very long. So my basic overview story is that I became a Christian when I was 19 years old and that's just kind of like what turned me toward even a conversation about reconciliation because prior to that I.

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"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

03:13 min | 7 months ago

"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"All of you are the reason I'm still doing this after 8 years and 375 episodes. With close to 5000 friends on Facebook, it's impossible for me to see everything that all those people post. So even though Brenda had been posting affirmations during this year's Pride Month, I only recently saw one of her recent ones. Yesterday, I randomly saw a post of another Facebook friend whose serving somewhere as an Asian American pastor. A few years back, I accepted his friend request because back when he was a seminary student, he'd approached me from outside the church that I was leading, asking if I'd be willing to meet with him, sort of, as a pastoral mentor, I guess. I didn't really know him. What it did know was that he was attending a very conservative seminary. One that was far to the right of where I got and where I occasionally taught classes. So his interests struck me as quite odd. Why do you want to learn from me? We're clearly coming from very different places. He explained that he was intrigued by me because I was emphasizing things that he'd never heard while growing up in conservative Chinese churches. Things like social justice and racial reconciliation. Heaped and fed a steady diet of personal piety and purity of the need to evangelize the lost not bring redemption and rescue to the world. I remember looking at me in the eye across my desk and saying, so long as you know the difference between asking me questions and questioning me, I'm willing to meet with you. You see, at this point, in my life and work, I'm done being asked to explain myself, and my mission. He agreed, he started attending on Sundays, and we met up several times. If memory serves, I think he had a tough time suspending his assumptions because his conservative evangelical paradigm automatically made him suspicious of anything that was or seemed liberal. He eventually graduated with his M div and was called servant conservative Chinese American church somewhere. Now, if I ever wondered if my time with him made any difference in his thinking, well, based on what he posted on Facebook yesterday, it's clear to me that it was a waste of both of our time. His post was a rant against the current widespread condemnation of toxic masculinity. He said it was just the latest attack on quote maleness, coming from the two woke liberals and Democrats that was trying to eradicate God's plan for men. It was the lengthy post, but suffice it to say, he just sounded to me like most of the Christian right that keep claiming that they are under attack, that they are the victims, that they're being terribly persecuted today. I was disappointed when I read his post honestly, but I can't say that I'm surprised at all. I briefly toyed with posting a challenge to his contentions, but given all the high fiving by those who had commented, I knew that it would be just another waste of my time. So I unfriended him. And those few seconds, in regards to this former mentee, it.

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"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

02:42 min | 7 months ago

"brenda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Fund podcast, where my mission is always been to spotlight Asian American culture makers and shapers by having them share their remarkable journeys and stories with us. And as of 2022, we've proudly partnered with UCLA's Asian American study center, which will eventually archive all of our episodes in perpetuity. And of course, as always, I'm your host, Ken Vaughn. Welcome to episode number 376. My special guest this week is the reverend doctor Brenda sultan McNeill. Brenda and I have been friends for decades and our paths as Christian preachers leaders and change agents have criss-crossed more times than I can count. She heads up the Brenda sultan McNeill organization, is associate Professor of reconciliation studies in the school of theology at Seattle Pacific university, where she also directs the reconciliation studies program. She serves on the pastoral team of Seattle's quest church, a nationally acclaimed cutting edge organization. Brenda is recognized as one of the foremost leaders on reconciliation and was touted as one of the 50 most influential women to watch by Christianity today magazine. She's authored several books, and we're going to zero in on her latest one, becoming brave in this episode. For as long as we've known each other, I've always loved and respected Brenda as a clear and powerful prophetic voice for pursuing reconciliation. Just recently, however, I saw by what she was posting on Facebook that she'd apparently expanded her reconciliation mission to include queer and trans people, something that I challenged her to do years ago. And that she seemed to have taken the gloves off when confronting white evangelicals with the sin of whiteness. After an amazing phone call with her, I decided to bring her on my show for several reasons. Number one, she's a brilliant and captivating person that I know my audience will love listening to. Whether Christian or not. Number two, her recent awakenings parallel my own, so this gives me a chance to explain why I felt led to shift my paradigms too. And three, Brendan knew that making these shoes would result in backlash and reduced bookings slash income. So I really wanted to hear why she chose to do this. Brenda has been interviewed many times, but she knew going into hours that given the length of our friendship and the mutual love and respect we have for each other, this would be a genuinely candid conversation about some very difficult subjects, and boy was it..

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Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 8 months ago

Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

"Chad pergram has tweeted the following Fox confirms that group of persons associated with the Late Show and Stephen Colbert were arrested last night In charge with a legal entry to the house office building after hours Fox is told the people were arrested in the longworth House office building The group was in the cannon House office building earlier in the day trying to get interviews around the time of the January 6th committee hearing Ever the United States Capitol police shoot them away because they did not have proper press credentials However the group surfaced later that night after the capital complex was closed to the public fox is told they took pictures and video around the offices of House minority leader Kevin McCarthy and Lauren bobert They were unescorted and arrested and charged with illegal entry They were arrested near boebert's office They were released overnight Fox has confirmed the arrests of these 9 persons through a senior house source Names and these are people at a high level associated with Colbert and his program Jake plunkett Alison Martinez Tyrone dean Steven Roman nicolette green Brenda Hurley Robert Schmidt nice Josh commerce and David Feldman Robert schmidel is known for being the voice of triumph the insult comic dog He also produced short cartoons for Saturday Night Live TV fun House The United States Capitol police have issued the following statement on June 1620 22 at approximately 8 30 p.m. U.S. capitol police received a call for a disturbance in the longworth House office building

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The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 8 months ago

The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

"Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Democrat from Ohio. Congressman Jamal Bowman, New York, Cori Bush, Missouri, Veronica Escobar, Texas. Espella, Democrat, New York, Adriano. Representative Garcia Democrat, Illinois, representative Sylvia Garcia, Democrat Texas, representative Joshua gottheimer, Democrat, New Jersey. Representative raul grijalva, Democrat from Arizona, representative Steven horsford, Democrat Nevada. Representative jayapal, Democrat from Washington, representative Brenda Lawrence, Democrat from Michigan. Barbara Lee, Democrat California. Tom malawski, Democrat New Jersey, Marie Newman, Democrat Illinois. Alexandria cassio Cortez, New York, Bill pascrell, Democrat, New Jersey, Donald Payne, Democrat, New Jersey, Ed perlmutter, Democrat, Colorado. Ayanna Presley, Democrat, Massachusetts, Mikey Cheryl, Democrat, New Jersey, a billio cirez Democrat, New Jersey, Rashida Tlaib, Democrat Michigan, Norma Torres Democrat from California, nydia Velazquez, Democrat New York, Maxine waters, Democrat California, and Bonnie Watson Coleman, Democrat from New Jersey. Those 27 Democrats are simply evil. There's no political back and forth on this. Any Democrat, any Republican, any, any politician should be able to say, should protesters are marching sometimes violently on the houses of these Supreme Court Justices, of course they need 24/7 protection.

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Trump must answer questions under oath in New York AG probe into business practices, appeals court says

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Trump must answer questions under oath in New York AG probe into business practices, appeals court says

"Former president Donald Trump has suffered another defeat in his legal fight against New York State investigations into his business practices I'm Ben Thomas with the latest A federal judge has dismissed Trump's lawsuit against New York attorney general letitia James allowing her civil investigation into his business practices to continue U.S. district judge Brenda sands writes the case law generally bars federal judges from interfering in state level investigations And she says there was no evidence to support Trump's contention that James A. Democrat was

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Pat Boone Reminisces About 'Christian Brother' Johnny Cash

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 10 months ago

Pat Boone Reminisces About 'Christian Brother' Johnny Cash

"Many artists that kind of cross over it in that way. Johnny Cash is another one that I assume you knew him somewhat. Very well. We knew each other. We knew we were Christian brothers, especially in the last years of his life. And yeah, yeah, Johnny, Johnny was never really rock and roll. He was country with a rock field. That's what Elvis was doing in the beginning, was country music with a rock field, and of course he got a lot more rocking than Johnny Cash, but Brenda Lee and others that were really country, but they would do some rock songs. Well, enough that because they were, they were not squeaky clean, not I'm not saying that negatively about Brenda Lee, people didn't know about her private life. It was squeaky clean, but Johnny haven't been a drug addict and a prison inmate at one time. That qualified him for rock and roll, even though he was a thoroughgoing Christian while he went and Rick. I don't think he actually was ever imprisoned, but everybody keeps saying that, but he spent so much time you could say ministering in prisons to performing in prisons. He had a kind of a solidarity with the prisoners and a lot of people got the impression that he had been a prisoner. I'm pretty sure that he wasn't, but you were right. There was something Gritty about him.

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"brenda" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"brenda" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Zippers. They'll be two have the thickest fire up any animal. So you can be sure that your coats would be watered. I can't wait. I'm so cold and hungry and soon. I'll just be hungry. Oh, but I have been so rude. I may I offer you some food. Please stay for dinner. Flip. She's inviting us to stay for dinner. As you can see, I have enough frozen livings for all of us. Yeah. Is that a little dead animal you're holding? Well, yes. This is a living. It is a small, very rodent related to the common rat. Please enjoy. Okay. It's very important to eat in the cold months. Arctic foxes change hibernate like other animals who sleep our winter, so we must eat a lot of extra food to help us stay warm. Go ahead. Try it. Okay, then. I'll just. Very hairy? Yes. And cold. Are these bones? Yep. That too little crunchy skull. Okay, mosie. I have finished our coat. Now this is not for you, Brenda, though it does look just like you. Okay. Well, I don't see a stasher strikes, but it fits perfectly. Oh. It's a wow. And black. Flip. Why am I smelling? Well, I used mud and feces to insulate the fern. Also, some animal fat from the lemon popsicles, and, well, it does have a certain feces like poo a pool can be very insulating, meaning it will help hold in the heat. Well, at least, we will be warm when we walk back. Yeah..

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Britney Spears' conservatorship could end at Friday hearing

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Britney Spears' conservatorship could end at Friday hearing

"A judge in Los Angeles will hold the hearing Friday that could end the conservatorship that has overseen singer Britney spears is life for nearly fourteen years marches are a letter with the latest Los Angeles Superior Court judge Brenda Perry could decide whether Britney spears should be able to make financial and personal decisions herself after having conservatives decide for more than a decade the conservatorship was put in place after spears had some high profile mental health struggles if the judge approves ending it spears would start a plan with therapists to make the transition that could last months spears's father James spears had been her conservative for much of the time her lawyer Matthew Rosen guard plans to investigate James spears even if the conservatorship is

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Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from conservatorship

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from conservatorship

"A major development in the Britney spears conservatorship case a judge in Los Angeles has suspended Britney spears father from the conservative ship that is controlled the singer's life and money for thirteen years now at a hearing Superior Court judge Brenda Perry said the arrangement reflects what she called a toxic environment and should end that harmonizes with the petition from spears and her attorney Matthew Rosen guard that spears needs to give up his role as conservator the move is a major victory for the singer who pleaded in dramatic hearings in June and July that her father needed to be gone I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Climate Change Blamed for Havoc in Northeast US Floods

Here & Now

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Climate Change Blamed for Havoc in Northeast US Floods

"The northeast still cleaning up all of the destruction caused by the remnants of hurricane ida last week at least fifty people died and while residents in some public health officials were surprised by the severe weather. Storms like this or what. Scientists have long warned about jeff brady from npr's climate team reports in bridgeport pennsylvania about one in the morning thursday vernon perry says the nearby river was rising and the fire department. Woke him up. They just were saying evacuate. Now get out the only chance you to go. Now get out run. There wasn't even time to move his car. It's flooded like others on this street a front loader hauls them to waiting trucks at the end of the muddy blocked. Brenda night is sitting under front step next to the sidewalk. Where a pipe. Gushes water into the street. It's being pumped up from her basement. The water came up to the first floor here and first floor. My rug was soaking wet in. There has whether she expected such a severe storm because of climate change. Not at all. This is a complete surprise. We had no idea of the magnitude of the damage. That was going to be called even new york governor. Kathy hokuto who talks about climate change fueling. More severe storms was surprised. We did not know that between eight fifty nine fifty pm that the heavens literally open up and bring niagara falls level water to the streets of new york. It's one thing to talk about the effects of climate change. It's another to experience them. Says burnet. woods blackie chief meteorologist with climate centro even. If you said to her there was going to be over three inches of rain in one hour if she's never seen that what does that mean. What does that look like. What does that look like on the ground. Same for the rest of us but we're getting more examples. There was superstorm. Sandy new york and new jersey nine years ago. The pacific northwest now understands what days of one hundred plus degree weather is like and across the country more people are experiencing wildfires and hazardous smoke.

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Wade's Pinch-Hit HR in 9th Lifts Giants Past A's 6-5

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Wade's Pinch-Hit HR in 9th Lifts Giants Past A's 6-5

"Picture Lamont Wade junior connected for a two run Homer in the ninth inning to send the giants to a six five win over the athletics Brenda bell drew a one out walk against Lou Trivino and we'd followed with his sixteenth Homer Kris Bryant Brandon belt Enguerrand rough also homered for San Francisco which trailed five two after six innings the giants improved to a major league best seventy nine and forty four and stayed a game and a half ahead of the charging Dodgers for the top spot in the NL west the ace fell three and a half games behind the Astros in the AL west I'm D. ferry

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"brenda" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"brenda" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"That. This specific instance. I think you're talking speaking at a conference i am. I was talking about my career right saying that You know what it was about saying in the industry and you know i've stayed in the industry hariri long time and people People it's whoever was to cover. The conference highlights. The day actually said that. I was talking to john's failure right in. So you know no talking about my own. Southbound brennan the ministry along the new has inside. I think that's one of the talks. That i give about like. Why would you not seen conference giving talk on john's career. I mean in at this point. It probably could still. It's just ridiculous assumption. Like obviously she.

"brenda" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"brenda" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"So he's also the guy behind the plus four and sixteen line that thomas in east europe. The ted chip that was his his baby. Yup and i believe that they were going to try to put that into one twenty for some reason. It didn't work and that's why they ended up having to use. I don't know about that. i don't know. I don't know there was there was something. They had to come up with their own eighty column chips and they pulled up for another place. It wasn't ready yet. Yeah yep so says that Well mine intendo. News actually released news article about nintendo originally in intended to be involved in the tokyo olympics featuring lady gaga emerging from vare pipe from super mario process. But that didn't happen so we will link to that story. Okay okay and i saw on twitter. That are conic laps. Actually released at tweet was a screen shot about the current status of lost realms of the mirka dust episode one. That's a sixty four. Conversion of at. I ninety nine for a game. That's actually running a kickstarter at the moment. That will okay worthless link for that. It was linked to that. And it's actually a reprint a second printing guy all rims off the enter query the scattered around collector's edition. Okay oh there we go. Yep yep yep yep cool so yeah as i said so there. It may sound like the two are connected but they aren't Well it's just by chance blows rpg's but yeah okay. It's interesting but the funny thing is originally. I wasn't sure For that firm. That was because it's not mentioned in the pledge. Just actually the rewards that you could let for but if you go to campaign it's actually saying in the story that it's t. I ninety nine for a game and my my my first impression for some reason was that the the game from our kind accepts is sixty four version of the t. I ninety nine game but that isn't so things can get confusing also releases and kickstarter but those those happen to be rpg games and they actually called are pitchy and at the moment as i'm not really a fan of the toronto i don't know if c- stands for correct set our peachy don't know i have no idea what the c stands for an arbitrary. I know that Rpg stands for role playing game. But cr pitchy parolee director computer role playing game Computer okay so not corrector. Not corrector said right. Yup we'll also here in the story of romero that actually her role playing game. Experience started with tabletop game. So perhaps that's a good A good moment to jump over. Yes section to the interview. So i buy whoa so today. We are having an not fuck cost guests again and this time. It's that romero and brenda low. Come to the show yeah Low so hope. Everything is fine over there in ireland. Yes great actually. I mean well you know working finally opening back so it's Yeah it's actually exciting. I never thought. I'd say i was as excited as i am to the restaurant but i'm never unreasonably to get a restaurant in my life right right so we talked today because basically you are in very known game designer. And there's some something you're always auto interviews. You're always out that uber. I in the industry that john. That's the only you know. The funny thing is nobody ever drawn with me. Nobody why don't own pointed out in the somebody power that how do i say hundred started is like if you're drowning together. You cannot even imagine the amount of times people will say. Oh your wife. Making to order surprise movie ever said that like oh does your husband may games to write orders assumption like oh you're marketing your npr something like that. You know that. actually. I wanted to see harry potter. Those roles obviously for the importance of the game. Roy but people are are surprised. Intellectually had.

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Britney Spears Reportedly Has a New Lawyer

The Young Turks

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Britney Spears Reportedly Has a New Lawyer

"Is a positive update on the britney spears story britney spears has secured a significant win in her conservative ships case Now she has been under the control of her father and another conservative Who manages her finances and what she's been trying to do is change. The lawyer representing her earlier. We shared that the lawyer who had previously been representing her step down after it became abundantly clear that britney spears found the entire exploitation of and wrong and so now judge brenda perry Or i'm sorry. Judge a judge. Brenda penny allow britney's desired replacement attorney former federal prosecutor matthew rosengard to represent the singer. Moving forward the thirty nine year old entertainer has been unable to choose her own lawyer since the conservatorship inception in two thousand eight. It's expected that rosengard first order of business once officially instated will be trying to oust her father jamie spears who is unfortunately serving as britney. Spears is a conservative now in a phone interview with nbc. Britney spears did not hold back in expressing what she plans to do moving forward in regard to her father and how she feels. He had abused and exploited her. She says quote. I'm here to get rid of my dad and chain or in charge him with conservatorship abuse. The singer said she wants her. Father investigated and that quote. This conservator ship has allowed my dad to ruin my life and she has as you probably know. Incredibly negative feelings toward The entire arrangement saying that their goal was to make me feel crazy. And i'm not and that's not okay. Britney called the conservatorship effing cruelty and said quote if this is not abuse. I don't know what is And she also said. I thought they were trying to kill me. That's something that she purportedly told the

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Britney Spears Can Hire Own Lawyer in Conservatorship Case

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Britney Spears Can Hire Own Lawyer in Conservatorship Case

"Singer Britney spears has a new lawyer of her own choosing to represent her in her conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs since two thousand eight R. marches are a letter with the latest pretty spears fans gathered outside Los Angeles Superior Court won't inside judge Brenda penny approve spears hiring former federal prosecutor Matthew Rosen guard to represent her can he rejected Russian guards request to remove spears's father James as her conservator spears told the court by phone she wants to charge her father with conservatorship abuse saying she has been denied coffee a driver's license and hair vitamins James Pearce's lawyer Vivian Florian says for the past two years James has only overseen his daughter's money not her person

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Judge Denies Britney Spears' Request to Remove Father From Conservatorship

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Judge Denies Britney Spears' Request to Remove Father From Conservatorship

"Judge is denying Britney Spears request Remove her father from her conservatorship, multiple reports say. Judge Brenda Penny ruled that Jamie Spears could stay on as sole conservator. The pop star's lawyers filed the request to remove him in November, saying experience is afraid of her father. The complaint also said Spears would not perform until he was removed. The news comes a week after Spears spoke in court and claimed her conservatorship is abusive. She said she wants out of it after 13 years without a medical assessment.

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"brenda" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"brenda" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

"Lissi nap the nick. You is definitely a place. Filled with uncertainty and as our next guest calls it. Fog blindsiding us and holding us back for moving forward. Brenda reynolds is a sought after organization and leadership consultant coach ex speaker author and fellow knicks. Parent she is here. Share her family's personal journey and to give us tools to help navigate through uncertain times. Welcome brenda really happy to have you here with us today. I'm thrilled to be here for you. To tell us a little bit about your neck you journey and how it helped bring you to where you are today looking forward to our conversation. Interesting martin consider myself a change in transition expert. If you will and when people say how did you how is it. You could coin yourself as such. I think we all are because we're all experts in change and transition and it's my my preemies and nick. You experience is just one of the things that groomed me for for that I have two sons. My oldest is tyler. My youngest is jason. Both of them were premature. And my second guy. Jason took me on a little bit more of an adventure than the first one. The first one warmed me up the second one really unleashed this uncertainty on me when we were getting ready to go out of town to a picnic quite a distance away and i had one final appointment with obgyn before we left town and that appointment ended with go straight to the hospital You are in labor to which i could not even fathom. That was the case and ended up in the nick. You or not. In the nick you in the emergency room and with a neonatologist sitting in my ear really to the left of me in my ear literally saying there are three things we can do to try to stop this labor and we're on the second moving into the third right now it may or may not work and if not this was at twenty nine weeks Here's what you could be facing. And fortunately we were able to stop my labor that day. But i had to stay in the hospital which was about an hour or so from home and hang out there until the duration of the now pregnancy and didn't know how long was going to be there and ended up being on bed rest for thirty three days where i could stand up five minutes a day long enough to take a shower and that was it. My connection to the outside world was one tree. I could see out my window. Because it was august. And i hung out there for thirty three days and jason still came six weeks early and there was a lot of adventure in between he ended up in the nick unit because he had apnea and so they had to put him on apnea monitor and we were also looking at making sure. His lung development was healthy and there was a lot going on the backdrop of my life aside from trying not to give birth to this baby too soon.

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"brenda" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

On the Road with Mickey

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"brenda" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

"It's so nice to meet you. And i'm going to show you the rains today. First up we have our cheddar from the big cheese which is basically disney news snippets and then after that we have our feature topic which is what we talk about for most of the episode and then after that we have our this day in disney history brought to you by me and after that is our game of. Who's who and that is brought to you by mike. My dad a fair warning. I'm almost never wrong when it comes to this game. I almost always win it. And then after that brenda will be giving us a quote from the big man. Himself walt disney. And it's just going to be amazing. So buckle up keep your hands arms feet and legs inside the car at all times. Make sure you're safe. fasten your seatbelts. That good stuff and we will see you on the road. It's time to get going. Let's go. Hey everyone on mike and she sophie and she's back and brenda brenda and he's grow goo and we are on the road. With mickey. this is season two episode twenty four for june fourteenth twenty twenty one and we're actually recording a little early wednesday june night for this episode. I'm putting that out there for reason which will be discovered later on in the show but anyway are feature topic. This week is brenda's what disneyworld recap. We wanna hear everything brenda. Yeah no pressure. I before we get started. We wanna go through just a little bit of cheddar from the big cheese. We don't have a whole lot. It seemed like it was kind of light this week. Maybe just missed seeing a whole bunch. I don't know but But we have just a little bit. So i'm going to let sophie starter. Saw yup all so my piece of cheddar kind of links. Up with miss brenda's piece of cheddar. Now that she's back but the problem is that we are doing sort of a good news. Bad news sort of thing. I'm going to share the good news. Because i'm an optimist and that good news is that ohana at disney's polynesian village resort is reopening. July ninth booking is available june tenth. So this past week. Yeah true and brenda. What are you have to add. I'll add.

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"brenda" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"brenda" Discussed on WTOP

"Brenda Freeze will tell you how she made history that's coming next. 7 43. This is Dr Tracy Applebaum coming to you from Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital. As quarantine continues, Many people have been looking to add a new pet to their family. Please remember to consider pets require a large amount of time and attention. They also could be a significant financial commitment. Iraqi gorge. We currently have wellness plans that can help you to provide your pet with the best medical care at an affordable price. To hear more about our wellness plans or to schedule an appointment. Please visit us at Rocky Gorge vet dot com. We're home so much more of these days, and that means for using more electricity. I know that. When I didn't know was that Dominion Energy's residential electric rates in Virginia are more than 10%, below the national average more than 10% below the national average. Now That's a good thing to know. Dominion Energy actions speak louder moments. They surround us intersecting every day, every instant moments that can change us forever in a region where news is never ending. Singular sound defines our moments. A constant signal delivering the top news right at your fingertips when you need it most for better for worse, always connected. Our legacy is the future. It will never miss a moment. W T O P News, one of 3.5 FM sports at 15 and 45, brought to you by your local Honda dealer Don't settle for less than.

"brenda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"brenda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Named after him. Brenda Brenda Paul Brown. Mm. Knox. So let me get this straight. Alfred. The guy you actually had to you your first check when you signed your first contract, National football and I was like, Oh, already. Okay. All right. Can we get one more in before we go to break? All right, One more. One more. One more. Oh, my goodness. Again. The initials are P b Clue. Number one invented in 18 84 in Montreal. Mm hmm. Clue. Number two George Bail from ST Louis was the first to bottle it Good. And sell it. Alfred. What proof he's off? He said. Oh, Who is it? Be large. E mean? I hear too, Because he's right here with me. He said. Oh, cool. Let's drop it right now. We're not playing that game again. Come on, man. What do you think it was? Captain? I think it was Cooper. Who do you think it was? Brenda? Uhh! I'm going with Coop Coop. What's your answer? Peanut butter. I could. What's the score? Brenda has two. I have two. Alan Kathy have one All right, part.

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"brenda" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"brenda" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"You can connect with Food email you get to that you'll find me on social media just and mc and you'll find me on all the platforms Publishing and news on all the social media platforms twitter linked and facebook haven't done as much instinct on recently Sort of just starting at minors should. It's time as well but adebayo's time there. But i'm gonna get too busy again when things get rolling again i either. Anyone listening will be in brenda's link on the chevy nightside when you finish this into this and you want to refer quit you to link again rather missing for again you can quit you. Think get a link. Excellent were brenda's. Doing and brenda of race. I really enjoyed this conversation. Viewer or start new. Our allies in london. Who could have done this. I'm shaving chapel. College opened up once again. She'll be in london. Done some interviews face to face and all would definitely make the next one. Come g back june so i'll probably are not sure how to stay because the vaccinations and everything on the twelve week. Second shot you know so we can hook up for face to face Lightning absolutely absolutely an main challenge. Fever an interview new for marshall definitely sounds like you're really going right direction des yeah exactly exactly but brenda. Thanks a lot for coming ashore and definitely will. We'll be speaking whether it's even if you're may homema- again with yoga will be empathetic ever list later. Thank you for having me nasty very much. Welcome vessel for this episode. Thanks for listening and remember if you want to support what we do then. Sheer subscribed review over on apple podcasts. Poor head over to my website faith. Palm dot com and click rate show but also for now the. I'll see you in the next episode. All the palmer show follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's..

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"brenda" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"brenda" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"So he ever seen about the desk so then what happened was when my father died i was home and i was just chai recovering amid some deal in the nice. You know so when my mother died on his to go talk about impulsive then three a mother dying. My kids don't live the high level over myself golden dog. But that's not not not to do if the bereavement or anything other. They just moved on and just naturally did not limited to nisa area beijing again. Isn't it so this was a this was a women who did everything annot still young though lopez linda. That was to skating escalier interesting. I met my partner davidson and and three weeks after my mother died a pack. Maho stop and i. I moved to leafy savvy beautiful. You quite different from where i know. Sorry reasonable because soon absent. Yes i've been there a couple of times. I've you okay next time you hear when the pay is actually. My sister lives around the area she. She was impatiently nothing. She somewhere near they now but yeah yeah so so i just i just thought well come on what school with us. Nothing keep me here any longer. Although my sister wasn't Happy emissions old eight and and just just gone from strength to strength to strength an active another interview. Someone and a hat and a hammer dave now moment was had to be the death of my parents as quite emotional for me is. It's an hamble. Check the death penalty to give me freedom right but not in a bad way you just saying no no no no no no no a in a right way wherever stressing trachea of you in a positive like positive what to call it Instead of positive growth wherever instead of public is another word for it for convoys so am it meant than obviously to thank linda for the first time in my life yeah to escape it was someone else fain destroyed jobs. Straightway became the same. Cool an spatial school than watching a second. Just go Teaching career because i was on nest egg And dental development at some peasant family as a leader in that category onto your coach and had been trained as a coach is a leader in education..

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"brenda" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"brenda" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"And i really thought well i tell you what am don't send them the sayan grid syndrome people. That really gets me. And even training added studies Jomon explosive movement and dan south kitsap So before a special needs to eat jog with an obscure zeeshan get the job and that never happens rushing. I'm not job became ready. Good data minimum data bush. Pass pass to be within a year. We lost even if i'm last night and one month's meniscus niece lowest fion- senior s. missile was. Actually you've got four really so that's patched for even that's definitely seen as a personal one you know that you need to really get very emotions grief. That's another subject if you talk to your dad. That's a yeah had a as well sean. Only one paragraph mapo cabal. Because for some reason i was able to deal with the irvy's able to although of ptsd after austin and i didn't know it was ptsd of ptsd remembers more about the in my whole nation. I had a lot of issues around the now recently. It's always been around. Yes so i would say. Ptsd after my father's death for the bait anna three for someone. that i didn't let keep madonna. Just i just thought it was. I don't know. I just sometimes tough to start. Mcconnell had been tiers of late. I can get these every v london by just can't do is shops things away enough like new offer. Go so take the focus off that yes hits me like a ton of wrecks then knoll. I stayed there be depended. Mci today are no. I've got to talk of what you focused on. Something positive that moves me forward. That's don't be. Tst defense that you said. I was gonna say that small art. The mindfulness where you were gonna reflection without getting sucked in with with the past and just learning and moving forward just being present there and aware that reflection abbas obvious trained as a reflective practitioner. Archea as teachers. Who are i. Don't know how to left me without reflecting after. Thank you actually. Sometimes it's tuna because once you become a leader as analyze the Ever look sometimes people just look at me. Nothing blender rate a natural to say some people are naturally in that some natural born leaders like others worker but everyone came leader so yes so so so yet. So i for me a lot of things that make bane. Dubbing are an e. some things of of of strengthened by levin software nail p up there the collagen with brian developmental. Before really meet a big change. Me i used to wonder why wasn't as successful as a wanted to be because at Wasn't a moment dad. Were the loving parents but did no. I'm bishen leyva born in generation fouls on the twenties. Mamedov born every is late twenties so we delay skillet fourteen. My mother's mother died when she was nine so they didn't have. They just want you to love a good wholesome life that they had no ambition so obvious only one of four kids that went to university. I'm the one you my other. Two sisters one st knows she died for years ago. Just royal i. Am you know so we can laugh about you..

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"brenda" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"brenda" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"You're you're coal your code. It's knowing when to let go assignment. Please gordon have your pay packages as a will. And it's it's not staying Let's get back up dust yourself down the songs they'd start all over again advances that over again as you duchess and move forward forward even if it's a five minute believe an exercise mental illness. Will you could main. Yeah so. I'm not an expert in it but i'm big on in app as a coach not doing the actual medicine station but just coaching people coaching. But is less than it yourself off. Look i come all right ed Wait you come when you come to. Anything comes from not sold place. Yo-you you're not in your head you're on your heart and soul. You can only speak the truth by wreck. Solemn voice in your voice equals your truth and your mattress could be two different things but the true to each of us it's all perception in what's true so we know that loving people is is a trip. Eleven people Brings joy to us you know and love and unconditionally. Just help you. Rise above of other things and other people. Yeah so the truth as doing the best knowing rate from role integrity is my number one priority and i only see Who it but you know who argue in new ones looking. We'll see whether i'm sitting here talking to you on the commish. Aw whether i'm sitting here during my you know. I've been in this morning during what looking at seconds in all my works to the best of my ability. I never do anything slapdash. Nothing not even sling. Everything's to the best of my ability. That's because our by integrity. So do the best old times and the bad don't do best. I've go start over again. Because i've let myself and i don't want to let my life any longer letting myself down because when i do it myself i'm not letting other people don't believe Told me brenda off to. This'll be call now for the iot power life and now you've managed to turn it right you've got your education a degree you always hard for. And that's determination as well as lots. There's lots of precarious says can put in just listening to you but we just kinda move forward. Now how did he move forward if your life after that. The turnaround for what you know where you are now. It's the point we are now so you know. So it's not all teaching A permanent job you supply teaching The detroit so patrons so you started that a couple years again. Any place shooting byan So and someone a new soul. My passion hugged teachable. Is we need some determine what ms special needs..

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