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Fresh update on "cain" discussed on With Friends Like These
"So i said we will get to texas. We have arrived in texas. Where we i'd take sex x.'s. You austin yes so Texas have written here texas. What the fuck you gonna do please. Well there's a lot in full disclosure. I am on the board of hollows health alliance which is clinic. That is one of the plaintiffs in trying to fight this. So that's full disclosure. That's awesome like you're the perfect person to answer this question. Because yes i mean that. That's not funny silly question. Why are we going to do. What are we going to do. I think I think the there's so many answers to that and there are so many things that we need to do right. And i think that as activists what we're trying to do right now is. I often use the fire analogy and i every fire department that is works in the movement should be putting their hoses on texas and then helping get people out of texas to get abortion where they need to get someplace else. That is a stopgap. Let me be clear. That is something that just needs to be done. So people can get their procedures. The larger scope goes back to a couple of things one stigma. We don't talk about abortion. We don't normalize that we aren't coming. Forward are abortion stories and we are not centering abortion in our activism in our politics with politicians holding them accountable might do not get my vote unless you are actively going to protect abortion access. That's how politicians respond. now we have texas. that has so many crackpots. You know. I mean you guys like you. There is texas politicians. Namesake tony hall briscoe. Cain the briscoe. Cain who is one of the authors of this bill has in his twitter bio proud hunter baby-killers or some such so We have to understand that if we do not stop electing state and local politicians whose center abortion we are going to just be in a cyclical repetitive case. I mean of doing this so we need to stop and also it's really great to just make that as a goal because honestly they're the same people who are bringing you cova you know the planet mucking up everything and they lead with abortion. But they're doing every other horrible thing too so if you just find out who the antiabortion people are. You will solve many many many liberal slash progressive issues by making sure they don't get elected so also understanding that the antiabortion movement the crackpots are getting elected. It's not just a fringe people out in front of clinics. And they are actually. Those people are becoming elected officials We need to figure out a way. That i mean are we. We've been screwed for a generation if not more on the court system that brings cases to the supreme court. So i guess back to a. We can't elect these people because they are going to push loss through a court system that is hostile to abortion. And we could be host And we need to loosen regulations on how we access care medication abortion. It's easy you know. It's it's classified by. Hhs as the drug that you can't get be a prescription or just get it's in this classification. All of its own has to be prescribed by a doctor with just trash. It's safer than aspirin so we need to declassify that. We need to tell the age adjusted. They need declassify medication abortion. And so that you can get it from in a prescription and we need to. We need to make sure that our communities have abortion providers. I think abortion needs to also. And i still unclear. Somebody done this work for a lot of years. I'm still unclear why abortion provision was parched out into clinics that provide abortion and didn't just stay in general practice. I'm still unclear about that. We need to say if one in four people who can get pregnant headed. We'll have an abortion in their lifetime. It's it's procedure that people need and it safe. And it's and i think we don't activate on it in a way that matters. I think we've done a disservice in shutting gender men out of the conversation instead of i mean. I don't need a man speaking for me on abortion or legislating abortions. But we do need people who can't get pregnant to understand that if you say you care about human rights that you need to center this because literally forcing somebody into a decision that will change the course of their life forever when they told you they don't have the capacity for it is a form of bondage and we need to be against that and we need to be as outraged about it as as it sounds you know and i just feel like you actually care about this. You've got to act like it and it has to be incorporated into your lives in allowed way. A friend of mine are somewhere. I heard a better thing to call the so called pro life. People pro worst birth. Yeah i think the force birth movement is is an incredibly powerful phrase. I love that i do. I love it so much. I kind of wanted to like a list for people. Most about things you can do once you finish listening to this. Podcast dear listener. I sincerely with like you if you do. Nothing else to.
The Manager and the Vaccine
"Cain that pandemic of cove nineteen has made our lives much more interesting to say. The least interesting is the word we're gonna use for the purposes of this context and the roles of us at work and of us as managers at work have become much harder as we've been saying for years. Remote management is much more challenging then managing in person and most managers. Let's be honest. We're barely keeping up before they moved remote and now this new world the remoteness of it all the complexities. That come with all of this whole situation throws even more at us. Remote management the lack of communication zoom. Burn out with shop. Priorities supply chain disruption travel restrictions budget. Layoffs tension challenges. I mean there's a lot and here we are one more to add to. Our list of stressful items is vaccinations. What is the manager's role in terms of nations. And how do we do our duty and as always we've got the answer for you so we are gonna cover four things today. I private organizations are within their rights to mandate vaccines second managers. First responsibility is to the organization third. The manager must support organizational vaccine roles. Fourth and finally effective managers will communicate frequently with their directs. We start with the fact that a private organization is within their right here. Yup obviously we have suspect or we assume that you know this and in case you don't private organizations at least in the united states are entitled to enforce any reasonable precaution that is in the service of the organization's mission mission and
Mark Levin Calls out New York Times' Paul Krugman
"There was a piece in the, uh, New York Times by Paul. I don't know if it's Krugman a Krugman He's supposed to be the best. The The radical left has as an economist. But of course, he's pathetic. We've been trying to get in touch with this man. For how many days Mr. Pitt is here. Since Saturday. We've emailed. We've tried to contact and we've heard nothing. I put out a public challenge to him to debate me about my book. We've heard nothing. And I want to put out that public challenge again to, uh Mr Dr Krugman or Krugman to come on the show. 30 minutes, maybe an hour. Let's debate the substance in my book, the substance of the book. Cause you're a gutless coward. You're a fraud. I'm calling you out. And my time with a little munchkins. I'm calling you out. Tough guy, Big guy, right? And he twists and turns Frederick Kayak and so forth, and and I want to get into this with him. Starts as paragraph remember Austrian economics in the aftermath of the 28 financial crisis. Number of conservatives rejected Cain's economic prescriptions and claimed instead to be devotees of the Austrian school, especially Frederick Hayek. Question about how many of these sub proclaimed Austrians actually knew what they were endorsing in general, when right wingers talk about intellectual history. You want to fire up your fact checking For example, Mark Levin of Fox News has a best selling book, claiming not just that the current American left is in the thrall of European Marxists. But more specifically that their followers or Herbert Marcus and the Frankfurt school except that he keeps calling it the Franklin School, and that's where you lose it.
Everything You Need to Know About Larry Elder
"Larry elder is with us in. Larry i love so much a the aspect of your personal story and i think californians relate to sharing stories about your your father about your brother about your life. Your love of california people appreciate a common sense approach to what has been a distorted twisted version of the american dream by gavin. Newsom and larry. I must say i'm really encourage. The governor newsome is attacking you the way it is because for a while though he is because for a while he ignored you on. Evidently he must think that You do have the momentum that many of us are praying that you have Mike you're being charitable. This man is scared to death. He just gave up to interviews one with the editorial board of the la times and one with the editor boards of a bunch of other newspapers slamming. The table cursing angry. He went on with went to full captain clear on the scene from the cain revoke i was on the witness stand and kind of broke down had a mental breakdown yet. He mentioning my name for the first time. Because i'm the one he's afraid of. And i'm the one who can talk to black and brown people. Because i'm from the hood you pointed out. My dad came in nineteen forty sevens. You bought a house at now is worth six hundred thousand dollars. Because of the outrageous cost of living in california. The average price of a home is now eight hundred thousand dollars. A one hundred percent more than the eric price at home in america largely because of these environmental extremists that have taken over sacramento and run the state in the last twenty or thirty years gavin. Newsom as afraid. I'm going to be able to explain this way. So then joe jones six back can connect the dots between the outrageous cost of a home in california and left wing policies and sacramento and the rising crime and letting policies in sacramento this attack on the police this false assertions the police are engaging in systemic races. I mean we'll talk about the importance of choice in public education. So the money. Follow the child and the other way around lack round. Parents want school choice. They both the democratic party year after year the year. who's number one contributor teacher's union and they're adamantly opposed school choice. I can break the stranglehold over the democratic party. They have on minorities. Eighty percent of the kids in california are black and brown who have or getting a sub-standard education and they're scared. I'm going to be able to make that case. In ways that the average california can understand
Brewers Knock Giants From Top Spot in NL, Win Fourth in Row
"The brewers have won four in a row and taking the first three games of the series as they beat the giants five to two Lorenzo Cain was two for three with a home run and three RBIs in this series is four for eight with two homers and five runs driven in the brewers bullpen pitched seven innings giving up five hits and two runs Josh Hayter struck out the side in the ninth to get his twenty ninth save meanwhile the giants have lost four straight and now trailed the Dodgers by half a game in the National League west Riley Aung San Francisco
Cain Homers, Woodruff Pitches Brewers Past Giants 6-2
"The giants lead in the NL west is down to a half game over the Dodgers after the brewers earned a six two win in San Francisco Brandon wood ruff struck out eight in six innings to win back to back starts for the first time since late June just a great team when I come in here weren't when the first two is is huge against the essentially the best team in baseball the best records up to two great team wins is that's also Kerens o'kane furnished a home run and an RBI single as Milwaukee extended its lead in the NL central to ten games over the Reds Christian Yelich singled twice and scored twice extending his hitting streak to ten games Brandon belt hit his twentieth Homer and Wilmer Flores also went deep for the giants who have dropped four of their last five I'm the ferry
"cain" Discussed on Revision Path
"Thank you so much for coming on the show. i appreciate. Thank you for having me.
"cain" Discussed on Revision Path
"A deposit in you know what it's good advice don't work for free. Don't give your work away but however at the same time like currently there's a project that i'm working on and It's a newly created nonprofit organization. And it's a school. They're teaching kids with disabilities. How to like do automotive in carpentry and stuff like that so i think it's okay to do a pro bono project every once in a while for a good cause it means something to you. What is it that you're obsessed with these days sleep. I see. I thought you were going to say the dog. Okay no sleep. Is i mean look sleep sleep. I think is great. Don't get me wrong. I'm probably gonna take a nap after this interview asleep. I totally totally understand that. Actually my My dodd i'm not obsessed him but he is my inspiration. There's this quote that says to grow creatively. You must give yourself time to play so my dog is my hobby. He's smart play it. It's humorous dog photography and it's kinda my inspiration and canada way to get away from things and have some fun now. Speaking of of having fun. There's one thing that you had shared me before we recorded that. I have to bring it up because i think it's just so you are a house. Music backup singer once upon a time in another lifetime in another laptop. Please tell me about that. Because i use center youtube video and i can put it in. The people want to check it out but like i notice. It was like frankie knuckles production. i have to. How did this happen. Jagna that i actually. I was dating jamie principle will at the time and was right on it right out of highschool so hurry. The curry state college era And so he needed a backup singer and you know at the time. Was you know making music actually out of home and we went to the studio in a did my partner. At that time there was no sampling. So that part that you hear. I'm saying over and over. I had to say at perfectly yet so time was a lot of fun. It was a lot of fun we performed in chicago. Clubs to new york and performed was a whole another life. Now where are you just on this one record or did you do others just that one. Okay i mean that's that's quite a claim to fame though that's really really cool. Is there anything that you would like to do in your career that you haven't done yet actually wanna do a kind of a pivot. I guess this would be kind of a a career slash hobby thing. But i would love to get into. A newborn for taxi is kinda my hobby and i just absolutely love newborn photography. So i'm kinda working on really perfecting my craft in that and that's something that i see myself doing somewhere down the road. Do you feel creatively satisfied. Now i do. I do actually actually love what you absolutely love. Campaigns the ad campaigns and i'm working on currently in doing some really exciting projects with a chicago. Pr from yes. I i love what i do. Now after i mean i know you've had a storied history as a designer both with your studio as well as the physical design work with visual merchandising. But when you look back over all of this especially with being in the game as long as you have what's next like where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work do you want to be doing. I think. I want to focus more on like i said i love the atkin paying. I'm not sure if i'll get away from nonprofits right now. I'm working on some things with the chicago department of public health in on. We're also creating a food bank app so on a do more things like that it's advocacy but not so much nonprofit like you said earlier dec- stuff come to light and see it of plastered. All over the places really exciting. I wanna get more into that. Well lisa just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you about your work. Everything online website is lisa. Cain design that's elliott say see a. n. design or an instagram. At least a cane design. Right sounds good while lisa kane. I wanna thank you so much so so much for coming on the show i you know and i reached out to you initially. I really wanted to have you on to talk about. Just the fact that you've had your studio for twenty years in the work that you've done because i think that's something that's so rare that we really hear about from black women. I'm gonna if. I mentioned this. When i when i initially reached out to you but i saw you in a i think it was a graphic design. Usa like to watch for one year. And i was like. I put your name down on my outreach. Like i'm gonna get around back. I'm gonna come back. Lisa one day and i'm glad now to be able to to do so and to talk with you and learn more about your course. Share your story of how you have come up in the design industry throughout the years. I think it's really inspiring and hopefully people that are listen. They get something out of this to know that they can do their. You know they can sort of accomplish their dreams and design like you have so.
"cain" Discussed on Revision Path
"Your classes and it seems like hot. Press boards zip. It'll technical pins and curse mccullers lecherous set type that you can regard down using lightboxes and make enfold in domino's for brochures. Everything was really hands on. I remember walk in with those gigantic portfolios. Little tackle box with all your things. Yeah yeah a lot of the design back then was really i. Of course it was tactile because the personal computer was not fully in homes. At that point. I know it was available but it was really expensive. i remember seeing ads for radio shack for the town. I think it was the tandy. One thousand i believe it was like sixteen hundred seventeen expensive. I mean and i mean for for folks that are listed like the cost now like maybe a souped up you know book pro or something like that but i mean you're talking something that had maybe maybe five hundred twelve megabytes of ram like. There's no way you're really designing anything on something like that. It was it was basically just a very expensive calculator at that. Point it per state bait. They did have a computer lab and they had like the envelope. I think they were apple. Two es oh goodness yes so know you could really do much on it at all. We draw circle and put some color. And even if you really drew a circle. It wasn't like smooth jagged kinda. Yeah i i remember those times very fondly. i started. i'll remember. I was learning basic and i'm dating myself by saying this but i was learning basic and elementary school. And they were. I mean like little graphic stuff like he'd make a rockets or something like that. And i mean it was very rudimentary stuff compared to you know certainly what you can do now. But it's amazing to see how in such a fairly short amount of time. How much design on computers has really kind of taken over and changed and grown. It's amazing it is amazing. The never stop learning. Keep up with all of it in. Yeah so from perry stage who ended up going to the art institute's but you you studied a different kind of sort of design. Can you talk about that shore. So i decided i wasn't sure about graphic design at trying to just kind of find my way in discovered artists to toot of illinois. Which at the time was called revival college of design and i decided to go for fashion merchandising. The minor in visual merchandising was kind of interesting being middle class and it was kinda hard not being able to give student loan for full four years. It's like you ran out of money and your parents need to get a plus loan. You didn't qualify for grants it was. It was kinda hard and that's exactly what happened. I finished my first year and couldn't get another loan. My dad couldn't get another loan. I decided to go ahead and finish out my minor which was in fashion merchandising. Finish spat able to get a job at a big department store downtown chicago. I was already working there as a salesperson. So making you know move into that position was fairly easy and so it was exciting. I thought once. I got that job. I thought made it a visual display designer down there. It was fun and again it was a lot of physical work but a lot of fun. And so when you say it was physical work like you were. Would you like designing storefronts and stuff like that. We designed all of the store windows and they we did. Interior design and action shows things like that. Like set design pro building I remember once we had to spray paint hundreds of styrofoam Trumpets and then glue them to like eight foot panels. So we were. We were making like sets and backdrops and things like that. Wow it's interesting design. Sounds like the design got even more. I don't wanna use the term analog but like you got a lot more physical. I would say because you're now really building the designs that you wanna see right right and then on top of just the set design you know you're dealing with these really heavy expensive mannequins in so like a rite of passage for being a visual display. Designer is learning how to strike the mannequin in. Basically it's posing but what you did. Was you wrapped wire around the mannequins waste. It would be under the clothes and then you would have to attach nails to the end and you would actually be walking around with a hammer all day. in income. Hammering these nails in strike in the mannequin. So they're you know they're standing not in style in a wig a rite of passage and getting burned with Glue gun on a regular basis. Because you had to do everything you had to dress this again from head to tell that meant clothes shoes. Sometimes panty holes even the jewellery. It was fun. It was interesting in very physical. And how often were you kind of like doing these displays on a weekly basis. So there were. Oh wow oh. Yeah d- downtown that. That store was eight floors so there was a whole team of us. That was interior windows yet. Everything and there's like these little light boxes. you didn't like the cosmetic displays you had cone furnishings. They're all the different departments. That sounds kinda thrilling. Actually to be able to kind of turn around and do that so quickly. Every week it was it was fine. It was again a lot of physical work in at the same time. The bill that we were in it was. It's a chicago landmark so a lot of times. You know be goofing off and we would go and explore. this in. This building was built in one. Thousand nine hundred. Four the architect. Louis.
‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill
"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes
Kolten Wong Powers Brewers to 7-3 Win Over Nationals
"The brewers with the national seven to three to maintain a seven and a half game lead over Cincinnati in the NL central Kolten Wong delivered a solo Homer and a two run triple in Milwaukee's tenth win in thirteen games Wong Roshan Nolan second pitch deep to right for his tenth Homer Wong's triple followed a pair of two out walks in the fourth putting the brewers ahead to stay Lorenzo Cain added a two run shot as the brew crew took the rubber game of the weekend series to try to go out and give consistent best drive in runs kind of do it all so yeah I mean I'm still going to you know the Mirfield plant you know that's all I care about hunter Strickland got two outs for the win jeszcze recorded the last out for his twenty sixth save I'm Dave Ferrie
How Paul Cain Passed on His Prophetic Mantle to Chris Reed
"Chris read lot that. I want to ask you first of all paul kane. Paul kane is a figure again. Most people probably don't know who he was but boy oh boy I heard about him. I don't know thirty years ago. And he was this man with prophetic gift. That was just astonishing He would say things like come from gonna fly to this town to meet you. I'll be there that day. In the day that i land they'll be an earthquake and then there was an earthquake. I mean that kind of thing. That just is chilling. Gets everybody's attention You knew him. And i guess the story was that everybody would go up to him and say you know paul pray that the lord would give me your mantle quote unquote and he got annoyed by it but in fact he did pray at the end of his life that his mantle would rest on you. Can you talk about that. Yeah the video. That is actually owned my youtube channel where he lays hands on me and and and praise that the very thing. I don't think use the word mantle but he did say however the lord you have used me whatever was there i pass onto my brother so yeah i knew poll. The last year his life he he died in february of twenty nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine years old. He was involved back in the voice of healing era. Even or roberts. William brenham alan those guys and then he went after a number of years after the fifties. He kind of went silent for a number of years then. He reemerged in the eighties with john. Wayne mike big on those guys and People saw at a number of times in places that the gift was real and you know sadly many people only want to know the things the difficult things in bad situations in people's lives. But i want you to know all did have a real gift. I saw in action myself sitting at a dinner table and he was authentic and in his prophetic gift. There's no doubt about it.
John Lovell on What Good Warriors Are Made Of
"We have a very special treat. He is the founder. He is the commander in chief. Is the field marshall of the warrior. Poet society john level. Welcome to one on one here on america. first your intros just keep getting more elaborate. More outrageous could way right in a good way. We're starting this and it's just so anticipate like i can't live committed field. I can't live up to this. Where are just gonna get lots of. you know. You're gonna get a hat with some scrambled eggs. You're going to get at least you know like lloyd austin. Just get overweight. Fat put a face shield on and then people would instantly respect you. Sorry getting a little bit political. And i've only gone sixty seconds into this all right. Let's start at the beginning. Actually usually i ask people to tell themselves. Tell tell millions of listeners. And view the second but let's count straight to the chase who can be a warrior. You have to wear the cloth of the republic you have to be in you know in digital cam or can any man and live the life of a warrior. I think all of us can do something to become better protectors real love it protects and so if you wanna be a loving protector. I think anybody can do something. I've trained people in wheelchairs people with cain's people missing arms and legs and everyone can do a little something to make the world a little safer place so yeah. So that's that's an unusual way to put it the fact that one of the first words in his is the love can you. Can you unpack that a little. What what is the relationship between the masculine. The male the warriors spirit and love that which is as a believer should be the center of our universe so something that all antiquity is known and something that's lost in our day and age unfortunately is that basic ethos is that we are equal parts or maybe one hundred percent warrior one hundred percent poet we should be lions and lambs lovers and fighters and that should be encompassed in the same person. I mean i think that's just good masculinity in
The Blaze's Daniel Horowitz Suggests Kids Are Hospitalized for RSV, Not COVID
"Dan Horowitz has an incredible piece up at the blaze. You need to read my newsletter today, please reading or just go to the place and look it up yourself. Either way is fine with me. Get to this in a minute after this cut around the Santas, But you know this whole crisis now the crime using air quotes the media is hoisted upon our backs. Kids are being hospitalized everywhere. Covid again. We're all gonna die. Basque, your kids close to schools. Close the piss to shut everything down. Get the Infinity stones. It's the only way out. You are gonna die high that said. That's Joe Biden right there. That's that's that's just documented audio. Of course, that's Reverend Cain from Poltergeist, but no different. They're both They don't even look alike. Why the hysteria campaign? Why is this fairy tale that kids are being hospice? Because because of coronavirus, Why is that only happening here? Why around the world are blue checkmark liberals on Twitter like, gosh, it's just so weird. We have this explosion of kids being hospitalized because of coronavirus here, maybe because they're not being hospitalized because of coronavirus. Maybe they're being hospitalized because you're stupid Lockdown idea wreck their immune systems because they weren't exposed to any kind of viral load or pathogen load that they would by living in a normal universe, whether around other kids playing with other kids, you know, touching with wrestling with other kids, whatever kids do wipe in their faces rolling around in san where they're exposed. The pathogens that stimulate the immune system, which teaches their immune system to fight off viruses. So you thought it would be a brilliant idea to keep them locked up in the house. Brilliant for kids press liberal idea brilliant, which usually means dumb. Therefore their immune systems are not being stimulated. They're not developing socially. They're not playing with their friends, their kids learning how to read non verbal cues are learning how to listen to other kids. Speech patterns are not learning any of that. And then when they get out because the economy sooner or later has to open up, we're all gonna die from starvation. We find out that when kids go out and play then afterwards because your immune systems haven't been stimulated. That they're contracting all kinds of respiratory viruses that many, many of them would have developed. Some ability to fight off had their immune systems been stimulated.
Unraveling The Death of 'The Toxic Lady', Gloria Ramirez
"When she got to the hospital. Glorious heart was beating at a rate of more than one hundred beats per minute. Why did they need to fibrillation her. That seems like jumpstarting a car. That's already running hot. You know also. It just seems to me that pumping someone full of sedatives and then zapping. Their heart with electricity is a weird sequence of events. I'm sure they knew what they were doing. It's just as a lay person sitting here at my desk. It seems weird also can only hope the iv. The paramedics administered in the ambulance was to take blood because by the time nurse. Cain went to get a blood sample. Gloria was so hopped up on medical grade goof-balls that her blood probably would have gotten anyone within fifteen feet of it high. Wouldn't they wanna check someone's blood before dumping a whole bunch of shed into it like maybe make sure she didn't already take a bottle full of valium before giving her more valium next. Let me just ask why. The decision was to move the entire. Er to the parking lot. If dr our cia thought gloria was the problem why not just move gloria outside. Wouldn't that have been easier than moving the entire er department it's possible. Show a thought. The problem was coming from the er itself like the ventilation system or whatever but then. Why didn't gloria get evacuated as well and look. I'm sure dr ocho made whatever decisions he thought were best in the moment. I can't think straight under that kind of pressure which is why dr ochoa is a doctor. And i am a podcast art. Could you imagine getting rushed to the er for like i dunno hemorrhaging blood or something. The ambulance gets to the parking lot out front. And it's like well here. We are literally right here. And there's just rows of gurneys with moaning people and some doctors like who's nissan altima is this. I'm hanging an. Iv bag from the roof rack. The official cause of gloria ramirez death was kidney failure due to cervical cancer or possibly heart failure. I'm telling you the reporting on this case is all over the place. Whatever it was that ultimately killed her. Everyone was still trying to figure out what it could have possibly been about. Gloria that was making medical staff around her pass out.
NHL to Investigate Allegation That Evander Kane Bet on His Own Games
"Elliott considering the nhl's involved with numerous sports betting partnerships and have partnered with numerous sports books any indication of games being either thrown or players. Betting on their own games are taken seriously by the league and vander canes wife on instagram saying quote. Can someone asked gary bettman how they let a player gamble on his own games bet and win with bookies on his own games The nhl reacted swiftly and indicated. They will conduct a full investigation. To which elliott friedman says. What i'm sensitive to this whole evanger keene situation and a lot of people i talked to are the team that you know everybody's caught up in the allegations and what's been posted on social media but i think there are also people involved here who are sensitive to the fact that no it looks like he's headed to a divorce and you know i'm sensitive divorce personally jeff. Because in my family there have been a few of them and my friends have been through a few of them. And i see the bite it takes out of everyone involved and you know there's a young child here to a young daughter so i think people are really sensitive to that that the qian's are going through a very difficult difficult situation and if you can avoid it you don't wanna make it worse. You want to try to find a way to make that as easy as possible on everyone involved including the child so some of the people i've spoken to are like that's the big thing. We really should be worried about here. And i wanted to say that. Cain released a statement on his social media accounts on sunday morning. Denying the gambling
Ryan Laplante, WSOP Bracelet Winner, on His Poker Super Power
"Would you say is your poker superpower. I'm really good at remembering how people play. That's like one of my the best aspects of of my actual playing game I just have a really good feels to someone's general approach and style and i'm really able to get into their mind and just put them like the Agronomy level of putting people on exact hands. I'm very very good at doing. And i'm always really willing to trust those rates. Like if i just think someone's never bluffing this bought and don't be valley just full always no matter what it is not even a really a consideration and that being said on the opposite side of that if i think someone has a somewhat we capped range or if i think they're capable of making very big folds. I will trust at always just always. I'm just always willing to follow through on spots like that since One of the me. One of my favorite hand. I've ever played Was a day. Two of the ten k pilo. Wpa champ and I registered started the day. I made the final table the day before. So i can register to last second so happened last minute Set with like thirty five. Forty big blinds and like third orbit playing seven handed and Hashem opens utd demand appeal like king. Cain jack devin or something. Like that in cutoff blindfold. Flop is nine nine nine five. He c- bets a third pot. I call turns a queen adding a backdoor flush draw which. I don't have He barrels like half pod. I call rivers in ace any triple barrels forty percent pot and when he barrels i decide to go all in and the reason why is because i thought that he would assume i would only ever have aces and watts and nothing else that i have now. Full house quads and no other hand ever because my jam was for. Let's say his bat was for like forty. K into one hundred k. By jam was for like fifty k. More so as for like ninety k total so it was he was getting like absurd odds who he would have been getting like five to one on a call and i just ran a pure bluff for him and the reason why i did was can stop for one of your side cards nine. No no so you just had had barricades. Yep bear kings no blockers no anything all right and the reason why i was willing to follow through on it is while i hadn't played much with them there. I've played with him in the past. I played with him in home in the past in the past and other mexicans in the past and i always thought that he was the jubilee. A really good hand reader that he's you know capable. Maybe that is not necessarily kept up to date with the pure theory of stuff but that he has a very consistent game is good at putting people on hands and proper ranges and in that spot. I assumed that he would correctly. Read that i would either only ever have pocket aces or quads for value. I would never have a worse winter. Value and i and i hoped that he would also assume that. I was never capable bluffing there. Because they're like what types of hands would you even like realistically turned into a block and he tamed for four ever and then showed me pocket aces for the nut full house
The 1914 Visit That Changed Australia
"So do australians have a show really enthusiasm for scientists and does it. Matter will consider a book based on a visit over one hundred years ago when three shiploads of scientists from the british association here and thousands turned out. It was like the beatles. Fifty years later professor linnet. Russell is director of indigenous studies at monash and book is called a trip to the dominions. The scientific event that changed australia net russell. I'm fascinated to hear that. The british association advancement of science which is similar to the one. We used to have an aesthetic or dan's s. And of course the triple. As in america which is still going strong is one hundred ninety now and was just before the first world war nineteen fourteen. I think it was three phipps and one hundred seventy. Five scholars came out to australia for war. What was the purpose. What was the plan. There's a couple of things that the federal government really wanted to do. The first thing was they wanted to showcase australian science so they were keen to bring these scholars almost overwhelmingly min to australia. So that they could show off. Innocence thou- early development of science and they were very very excited about the opportunity it had been talked about for several decades prior to the actual nine hundred fourteen meeting because they had in the nineteenth century thought about whether or not they could get to australia and in fact went to south africa. And the thing that really amazed me as well beyond the scale with the ships and all the rest of it is that when the various scholars from britain arrived they had public events to which thousands turned up even then. It is absolutely astonishing. If you look in the back of the report there are literally thousands upon thousands of names and these are sort of just ordinary everyday people their mechanics for many palms and their schoolteachers from essendon and from someone from q. And this is the melbourne part. And they've got just so many average people who obviously had a great interest in science and we're very cain to come in here from the world's greatest scientists
The Legend of Grendel
"Grendel comes from the old english story of wolf. A heroic warrior from the southern portion of the country now known as sweden bill travels to denmark and back as he sleighs monsters and forges alliances. Grendel is his first major conquest. The second is brindles morning. Mother and the third is a great dragon. That menaces bail wolves home. When he's near the end of his life most scholars place the transcription of tail between seven hundred and one thousand ce. But it's generally held that the poem is set much earlier likely around the year. Five hundred ce. We don't know the name of the author but we do know. This is a story about a magical pre christian world likely written by a recent convert to christianity. And it's fascinating to parse through. Its mix of pagan and christian references. The anonymous author of the poem writes that grundel is descended from the line of monstrous giants fathered by biblical villain cain and grendel. I attacks dame's because he's jealous of their joyful harmonious relationship with god but grendel and his mother also seem to have far more power than forces of evil should within christian cosmology. We see this in their canning's or old english descriptive monikers. The most notable art shadow walker and mark stepper which can both be interpreted as references to griddles ability to move outside the bounds of god's natural laws. That's what makes grendel a truly horrifying house guest.
Stop a Panic Attack and Lower Anxiety With Nicole Cain
"While i am here with dr nicole kain. She's a naturopathic doctor with a masters in clinical psychology and. She is on a mission. To turn. Anxiety sufferers into anxiety freedom warriors. Dr nicole you. I know are about to drop some amazing knowledge. Moms for us in all anxiety sufferers so. Welcome to the show. I'm so glad you're here. I am so excited to be here. Thank you for having me absolutely well. Let's dive in. So i think the question on a lot of people's minds i is. What exactly is a panic attack. Specifically maybe what's a panic attack versus and anxiety attack or heart attack or stress. A this is a common question. And i feel like when people have the answers. It's really reassuring to know. Okay this is what's going on because once we know what's going on we know what to do about it and so a panic attack is where we have a burst of extreme anxiety and fear and panic attacks come out of nowhere oftentimes and so when someone's experiencing a panic attack there are often emotional symptoms and physical symptoms so examples of emotional symptoms may be forboding a fear of dasa fear of losing control. People may feel complete in sheer panic but they also may feel a little bit like they're in a fog or maybe a little dissociated which is a term that defines when we feel like we're not quite connected to either the world around us or to our bodies and then physical symptoms can range head to tell because with a panic attack. Your body is having what's called an odd onomic arousal response
Is Sugar Really That Bad for You?
"The definition of sugar. I'm sure you know. But i am going to read you. My merriam webster. Official definition of sugar. Sugar is a sweet crystalline. Substance obtained chiefly from the juice of the sugarcane and the sugarbeet and maple sap used extensively as an ingredient and flavoring of certain foods and as fermenting agent in the manufacture of certain alcoholic beverages commonly known as sucrose. Well what can sugar do. Is sugar good for well. I will tell you what sugars good for. Sugar is great for causing diabetes. It's great for causing a heart disease. It's great for having a fatty liver disease and really great. And i do know this for sure. Forgiving you tooth decay. And that is so not great. And it correlates to diseases like cancer and dementia. Well it is said that an average american consumes about thirty one teaspoons every day so that means the more sugar. You eat the more weight you will. Cain right on the average forty pounds a year for each american. So that makes seventy percent of americans overweight and forty percent of kids overweight but over the last hundred years. Our taste buds have changed. Today everything needs to be super sweet. Have you noticed that. Even foods we don't tend to think says sweet have become ultra sweet traditional wheat paste breads for example contain a lot of sugar while sugar is important for fermentation and getting yeast to activate the next time. You reach for a loaf of honey. Whole-wheat check the label. It may surprise
Colonial Pipeline Restarts Operations Days After Major Hack
"The colonial pipeline the nation's largest for fuel has restarted operations after a hacker attack for five days the pipeline was shut down causing distribution problems for the fuel supply and sparking long lines at gas stations particularly in the southeast panic buying then aggravated the situation Jonathan Cain drives a tow truck in North Carolina I guess really busy and yeah with the bill on the way someone is going to be very hard but colonial says it's restarted all of its lines although it will take several days for deliveries to return to normal government agencies are relaxing rules to allow more fuel to be shipped by truck train and boat and president by didn't address the problem of the cyber attack train and graduate more people proficiency IVR security I'm Jackie Quinn
"cain" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"cain" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"Let me ask it from another perspective. answered. No. No. No, but. What is the surprise like? What is the viewpoint that you've taken as an independent thinker where you have surprised the black populace most because they would say, Oh, look I'm surprised that will came a sided with me there. Because if you are not consistently a metronome in terms of your viewpoints, always skewing a certain way, I'm just curious I'm asking out of ignorance. Well I don't keep a good inventory of all my opinion. So we'll just have to go over the last couple of months I mean although this didn't make unique I. Think everybody looked at the death of George Floyd. It immediately went to direct condemnation. No. Let's see if there are other facts. Let's look into George Floyd's background. None of the stuff you normally see I would say I was also somebody who I did on social media. I, think I. Did it on my radio show as well. Immediately denounced the killing of a Ahmad harbory. I don't know that that comes as an assumption from viewers I'll tell you something else. Couple of years ago. This has been turned into fake news, but I was on I take and I said while I would never wear anything with the confederate flag on it, and while I would never fly the confederate flag, I won't jump to. Max. Kellerman conclusion that everybody does is an awful human being racist racist that got clipped into will cain believes the confederate flag only believes this that was more about me extending grace in benefit of the doubt to some some people out there unwillingness to indict every personnel there fast forward, three years later, whatever the. The timeframe may be, and as the State Mississippi is considering taking the confederate flag out of their state flag I said on the wheel. CAIN show. Do it absolutely when the NASCAR was saying, let's banish the confederate flag from Nascar. I said, Bravo do it and the reason why? No matter. If there are people out there that either through ignorance or through some at point naive idea, the confederate flag represents something else must realize that empathy lead you to go these other people..
"cain" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"What do you think? We all go from here. Sports media landscape because especially at ESPN, yeah, who had close we? We had this discussion on air who replaces will cain I looked around and I'm like me because I think the most centuries, burs and left. So what happens with ESPN? Where does this go? Does it stop do? We dial it back? You were in it. What do you think? I I'll tell you this. There are people that share my beliefs at ESPN I. Know Because I get the private messages. But those messages are probably going to remain private because nobody wants to be disliked. Nobody certainly wants to be called racist and right now I do believe if you don't adopt a certain point of view and it needs to be adopted probably in full tilt down the line item list, you're gonNA. Put yourself in a position where not just social media. But the sports media, ecosystem? which. Is. Blogs. Newspapers whatever may be the covers, sports media. Possibly, some of your colleagues are going to dislike you and they might assume the worst of you, and so I don't see anybody ready and willing to do that. I know that's a huge pat on the back to myself but More. So than holding my points of view, you're going to have to have a willingness to share those points of view and. That maybe that might be the hardest part. It's a good career move though it is a good. Even even if you're not someone who is the architect of you know sinister role playing like it. It's Elaine I mean, how was it possible? How is it possible that you have? You know whatever you believe about the election and whether or not? It was real or not. You have a segment of the population that voted this president into office that you do not know who at ESPN talking into microphones supports that you just you just don't know. And even more so. Separated from the president, but believes I think and concepts like. Visualization, perhaps limited government whatever.
"cain" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"I can make guesses, but I'm not going to I have reading. Please make the guesses, make the guesses make to. Give the people. Give. Them a little little juice. Give him a little chum. They want. They want to dislike you will if you give them a little. Gusty. A name they will responsible. Dan I know exactly what makes a good interview and I'm not GonNa give this to you on that, and that's longer have a show on ESPN. That's right. Hey Man is to fold a I. Don't truly know the answer and be i. know this is going to be like she goes sanctimonious will here is glad-handing. Want to be liked will, but I don't WanNa talk crap about people behind their backs. I'm plenty happy to talk straight to your face. You have seen that on air and I can honestly say what you saw was me being? Being real and I will tell you no matter how much I like you. If what I think you're saying is absolute crap. I don't really WANNA, go behind people's backs gasping talking negatively. It doesn't make me feel better. It makes me feel pretty good to look you in the eye and say you're wrong. It makes me feel terrible to talk about you behind your back. I honestly genuinely feel I know. Know this because we'd have it on live on the TV and monitor it anytime. I take God exciting or contentious. So I followed it long despite having a show that was on at the exact same time. I've been going to it a lot less because I haven't seen that fire from Stephen because the agitator will cain isn't there anymore, but there was one specific instance had felt very real I think. Think this happened to you on a couple of occasions on I. Take I. Don't know what sort of hostilities that were if any behind the scenes, whatever prior disagreement or if someone was just having a bad day, but there was one high profile incident when said, please you're just learning sports.
"cain" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"That leads us now to this will cain interview that Dan. An myself did will is starting I. Believe his new Gig at Fox, news man this is surreal time. Twenty twenty will cain starting at Fox News I believe this weekend. So hopefully look I know when you put will cain and the episode description many people have either checked out made up there. No, I. Think. They'd like to hear US Talk I. think that people who like people who might end up at South beach sessions anyway would say, okay. Let's see where this goes. Right? Well, there's a real interesting discussion to be had here. The real selling point is you have a A will cain that's air quotes free from the corporate structure here, talking about some of ESPN's policies were you figure into it? It's an honest open conversation about the Times that evolved right out from underneath everybody. The rules changed on everybody here during this pandemic with everything going on with civil rights. So and social injustice, really worth your time this conversation because regardless of who you might like or dislike in this conversation, I, venture guess you might dislike all three other people in this country are more than most any more than most I. think they're the meat of what's discussed here is quite interesting though here it is will cain. Spoiler. If you haven't already read, the news will cain is no longer with ESPN. He has signed on with Fox News which is loaded to say the least so will deign and I share the same sort of sentiment that we may not have agreed with your point certainly more often than not. We weren't agreeing with your perspective, but we felt it necessary because you do speak for a lot of people. People most times on certain subjects, and this goes on sports and race relations and and the interweaving of the two that your voice was an important one have on the air, and now you're gone and seemingly there is no replacement you are in it. You are sort of that loan voice. How did you experience the last few years as being that lone voice because it's a lone voice? So.
"cain" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"Hello I am Dan Lead Guitar, and you would think after years of doing this, I would have an answer to what my question is here, Mike. But is this something I should be saying as this is South beach sessions or these are south beach sessions when I welcome people in Hello everybody I'm Dan Lebatardshow. This is south. Beach. Sessions Hello I'm Dan Laboratory these. These are south. Beach session, man. I. Don't know you're the writer of the to. All right. We're going to have to keep it move. Then we will find an answer sometime in the next decade, we're doing this a little bit differently. Today, we are saying, I am saying hello and goodbye to will cain at the same time I haven't spent any time with. With him whatsoever for those of you do not know he made a lane for himself at ESPN by being the rare and dare I, say only conservative voice on the network espousing opinions that ran contrary to most of the people who work at the network. He seems like an impossibly nice man despite having the opinions of an asshole. So I wanted to talk. Talk to him a little bit about just in general his time at. ESPN, and just I. Don't WanNa argue with him. That's not what I'm interested in, but I don't have a relationship with him either. So you're going to hear from Mike Ryan during this. It's actually It's very cordial He's not an asshole actually except for his opinions and Some opinions Dan you're supposed to be this was supposed to be US playing Nice, and here you are on the back end post production taken shots at will cain. But I do it with giant smile on my face. I'm just fooling around as I said, he himself is not an asshole. Just most of what he says is genucel clear on your plaza whole. Whole Hurriyet. Critically, we don't have to keep saying asshole. All right. We'll tell the people about draft kings and keep in mind. I've only had good experiences with will cain. Have not had a bad one, but our conversations have been very superficial and they've been on air and we don't have arguments, and this isn't an argument. Yeah, he's been wanting to get. Get to know you for some time and me being his friend I thought. Well, let's make content out of the interaction. WHO's good. That's why I'm in this one. It's a bit of a different hack for these south beach sessions. So let's Let's check in here with will cain and just so that I can soften it a touch before it gets. Gets back to him that we were very nice to him while talking to them, and then in post production, I called him an asshole three or four times Let's just say for the record. It is hard to discern among the three voices you're about to hear here who's the biggest of the asshole? So you can decide that for yourself all this. Is brought to you by draftkings might not how.
"cain" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"What do you see yourself in ten years and like an idiot? I, answered those questions. I would never answer I've just in ten years I. Hope Him a lot and I hope things are going with that's about it but I have tons of plants. Lots of projects. That I've written lots of produce. Because everything's been shut down for a while to this whole pandemic. We haven't been doing anything so I've been doing a lot of writing a lot of projects putting things together. I've not. Eight projects in the works I still have a masters of illusion on the CW house, which the magic show! I can't do any magic. I appreciate it like everybody else. I need some other stuff with Christmas Carol. Challenge things that I host but I've got. I've got a couple of films that I put together. A television series or two or three including some stuff based on the police, some of the things like that not not like a reality. Show me or anything like that, but a show based around like the number of unsolved murders and things like that. Lots of excuse me, lots of things that I find interesting and fun. And doing more documentaries, I've done two documentaries that I've executive produced. One was called architects in denial about the Armenian genocide. That was amazing. And then the other one was is pulled hate among us which just got nominated? For a daytime Emmy, so I'm very proud. That project is currently nominated her win I hope so. But being nominated I can put emmy nominated producer on my resume now. That's how I WANNA be introduced addy nominated for looser it's pretty cool in a deals with the rise of anti-semitism. Both here in the United States, and in Europe, specifically mostly in France where we concentrated, but we were all over the place filming that it was a pretty. It's really against eight. which couldn't be more timely. At this time because there's so much hate bubbling under the surface for a lot of people and I don't think some of them even know what they what they are so angry about. it's hard to say so, but this obviously deals with the hate targeted toward toward Jews. Specifically and that's that arose from the Armenian genocide production did because. It was all denied and buried in. Nobody acknowledged genocide took place and Adolf Hitler when he was started discussing his final solution, said after all who remembers the Armenians. That's the paraphrase him, but he thought following that same playbook he could get away with eliminating gyms and it's so the the last we talk about genocide. The more they sweep it under the rug, making it possible, so that's what we're trying to shine a light and educate same hate among us to shine a light and educate, and we'll see what we next yeah I. Look Forward Tonight. The I got what I respect the hustle. You're always so busy. You always putting out so much work quality work and Emmy nominated Dean Cain here, listen lasting I wanna hit you with I love to all the DADS. I've asked you second round that this. What type of advice do you have for the new dad or for that? About to be father? WHO's out there listening? Well. Good luck. You can't ever be prepared. I have a lot of people. I'm not ready to have a kid I'm not ready. You're never you're never ready for what it is but it is the most wonderful and rewarding experience that I've ever had and I. Hope and pray that it is for for the new fathers out there I would say the patients. You patient with your kid. Be Patient with yourself. Be Patient with your partner. There's a lot of sleepless nights. There's GonNa. Be a lot of worried is going to be a lot of tears. Is GonNa be a lot of of waste product. There's going to be a lot of frustration. Be Patients with that stuff. D. Forgiven to yourself and your partner. Anti your child. Just give love and encouragement and guidance because you're everything to this little person and everything you do. Even, if you think they're not paying attention, they're paying attention. They hear your crosswords. They hear your the way you deal with the dogs here the way they model things after you, so be aware of the human being. You're creating tremendous responsibility that you do it right. The world's going to be tires. Yeah, very well I love. The message has been a big honor for me. I can't tell you how much I appreciate your support of the podcast over the years here and thank you so much. You give me a few minutes time here I last fatherhood. I'm honored -gratulations to you great platform great. People, you're having on and a great message. I'm honored to be a partnership. Back, to wrap things up here on first place, fatherhood gotta give a special. Thank you once again to Dean Cain for returning to the show here. That was such an honor police me up on twitter. Guys dropped me on instagram. Thought about today's episode. I always loved to read your feedback key locked in tomorrow on.
"cain" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Try Button you do not WanNa miss all the action. That's coming your way right here on first. Place Fatherhood all right. Dad's have an awesome. Awesome guest returning to the podcast today Dean Cain is an actor and filmmaker who last appeared on first play fatherhood back on episode, Forty, seven Dean was the very first celebrity to appear on the podcast I am forever grateful to him for coming on very little known show at the time to talk about fatherhood with me. Dean shared the episode with his followers on social. Social Media and the downloads just exploded and push I plays fatherhood to the number one spot on I tunes for kids and family, and I quickly seized on that opportunity from the momentum and scored interviews with Dad's such as Navy Seal Rob O. who killed Osama bin Laden skateboarding legend Tony Hawk Nfl Hall of Famers Dion Sanders Kurt Warner and so many other dad's that. That join me on the podcast here that just catapulted the popularity of the show and really put I best fatherhood on the map and D Kane is a wonderful example of what father should be. He is a well-spoken actor whose outspoken about what he believes in. He is also a reserve police officer and a big supporter of our US military. It is a tremendous to. To welcome him back to the podcast here. Dean Cain will be with me and just a few minutes, so please stick around for the interview and today's interview with the world's record on video, and is available for you guys to watch my youtube channel, so if you'd like to watch the conversation between Superman and myself, please subscribe to my youtube. Channel Link is in the description. Description of today's podcast episode all right and I hope everybody out. There enjoyed their father's Day weekend. Of course. Every day is father's Day right here on first glance fatherhood. If you missed my last episode with Secretary of State Mike, pompeo flip it back episode, three, sixty seven, and take a listen tomorrow on the podcast. Kiran Gibson will be here his videos on social media. Media have gone viral in which he's discussing finances and investing with very young son and Friday. We're GONNA have another dad returning to the podcast here for a second visit for a frogman Friday navy seal Brent Gleeson will be returning to the podcast to close out the week. Make sure you guys follow me on Instagram at Alec under school as to find out who also be. Be Joining me here and as always please spread the word about this podcast. Every father in the neighborhood of contact lists let them know about the show celebrating fatherhood and Family Life Fatherhood rocks, family values rule, and every day is father's Day. Right here with me and.
"cain" Discussed on Busted Open
"All and they're going to be people in the world one is going to see what happens with Kane versus brock again because you'd never thought you'd get to see that but now you are getting it although in the world sportscenter you know you watch all the one night and then the next night I've smackdown the guy who just got drafted to raw and smackdown so I hope that's not GonNa Happen so you talked about you know how when Kofi looks like a bitch the one night and when I came on and basically you know had his way with them before he you know goes out and gets Cain Velasquez but I don't know I wanna see something happened with him or with you know with his with Dominic to get revenge on brought because of you know if somebody eats my teenage son I'm going to fight him and I'm GonNa kick his ass and if he's twice the size me upbringing the chair with me I'm GonNa you know torture them in the ball something but I'm GonNa get my revenge on him and I don't know I just feel like raises kind of maybe going to be canes apiece or something but and and if that's the case man I'm GonNa lose a lot of respect because Ramos Cheerio is a legend in you know in our in the sport and I don't know great to see him as what what if I was to tell you what if I was to tell you that Ramos Stereo in the back of his mind knows that he's getting up there in age.
"cain" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"cain" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"cain" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Giving his sacrifice and like coming everywhere. Sweet. I did it. I think Cain like throwing his rutabagas and like waiting for it and just nothing and the death metal chairman's like man. Asia. Yikes today. This is bad. This is not happened before not good for you. I don't know, could like. So to continue, it says, so Cain was very angry and his face fell. The Lord said to Cain, why are you angry and why is your face falling? If you do well, will you not be accepted? So again, one of my favorite motifs of the early testament was just chatty, Cathy God, asking tons of questions of people that he knows the answers to, but Cain does seem like someone who does need to be provoked to answer little bit. So I totally understand that. And he continues and this is really one of my favorite parts of the whole chapter. He says, if you do not do well, sin is crouching at the door. It's desires contrary to you, but you must rule over it. So talk to me about Cain and his mindset in like this still feels like something that can be resolved, right? Like he hasn't like frost Rubicon yet. Yeah, yeah. I think God is has a lot of people talk about the Old Testament. They'll say, the oldest testament is law and the New Testament is grace as if God wasn't slow to anger, the entire. Of the lake, he's like, and we don't have a clear understanding of win. This command was given to bring sacrifice or like I like expect this from you. We don't have that in scripture, but that is, we do know later that that is kind of how it's gonna work, but you're gonna bring the sacrifice throughout the Old Testament and that's gonna tone for your sins, implicit God. And I gave you all this. So it's just nice for you to get back. Super, super great to back to me, but I liked that he's angry and his face because it's almost like you know how you like get angry, that someone's accusing you of something and you forget in that light quick moment that you did it on ever got email. What are you talking about? Like and like I've read receipt, that's God. This is God's. Like I've got a read receipt, believe in a God who would have read receipts, turn on. Just got his good. He is gracious. He would not have read receipts, but I like that. God says, like, why are you angry? Like, look, here's the deal. It's almost like he's going if you do, well, you might you, you'll get in, you'll be accepted. Your gifts will be accepted. But if you don't do well like you're making this up to you and it's very much back to you because sometimes we feel that God is doing stuff to us, right God is doing this to me. He got his evil got his, and we care draws him that way on the planet a lot. And it so misunderstanding. He tells us from the beginning, here's the deal. This is sin. This is my me. This is sin and it's crouching at your door. So if you don't do this is on you, this is not on me. No, I love that. And because I think as a kid, especially for me, I always saw the headlines of like. He is burning down Sodom and Gomorrah and turning people into salt and like fake killing Isaac, like I was like this guy, I don't know about this guy like crazy and I'll. So those always occupied the most real say in my brain when I was thinking about God, but moments like this, I never even perceived. I never even processed where he's basically like, look like you're the first born dude. Do you know what you have access to do? Know the privilege you have if you'll just do that if you'll just be good. Like if you'll do what you're supposed to do. And I think. Like there's so much grace there and he's God and Kane Kane, and he's trying to Kane, like, I just can't. Can you do that? Like, I don't need to be talking to you right now. Like I've got so many of the things I should be doing and you just you just grow plants and you don't do that. Well, here I am trying to coach you up because I love you so much, and I have a heart for you even though I know what you're about to do with sucks so bad. Yeah, listen, he's got the first belly button come on, dude that. Let's give him a low key winter status like already. Guys got one of these. So now we enter into the what happens. So it's almost like a cliffhanger, right? He's like since Karachi your door see later, like just be aware and we get the choice that came makes this moment. So promoting this. I cannot imagine the way they would tease this coming up. Next. You got the most dramatic encounter in a field ever say, verse eight canes book to Abel, his brother. Now in the that's how it's red in the enemy. It says, now Cain said to his brother, Abel, let's go out in the field. Several different versions of the bible include what he said. But there's actually no, like if you go back to original text, it's not really there like what he said. So there's a lot of controversy and we'll let you research that as your own self to figure out like, did he say, or did you not? Although I do enjoy the idea that Cain like went looked at able one day had been staring at him over breakfast, like the whole time. Yeah. Hey, let's go on the field as a kid. That's how I are ticketed. Like I read does brother Abel. And he was like, do you want to hide and seek and Abel's like, okay, sure. That sounds great. Let's do it in the field. And then like I had caned literally rising up out of the field in like pop pop, like to write the chest on the why they go into this. I don't know why they had guns, but I love that the idea that it's like it's like the, it's like the biblical version of the alley on the alley conversation conversation. So he spoke his brother and when they were in the field, Cain rose up against his brother Abel and killed him. And the Lord said to Cain, where is able your brother again, China, Kathy God go in, we're, we're like God's looking at question. Just, hey, just check and having a good day. How's your rutabagas? They good. Where's your brother? And I love that. He said, I do not know, am I'm at brother's keeper? Oh, like it's like the real first clapback to God. Let me tell you what happens. Nothing good. Do you think this is the moment when guy was like. I'm just not going to ask. I'm not going to do the Socratic method with these people anymore. It's going to wrath and like fury seriously. He was probably like I know I have a plan that I'm going to wait until Noah to like, but I think it might start with the second generation. These wanna flooding all of this right now right here fresh with just these first people. They are driving me crazy and the Lord said, what have you done? The voice of your brother's blood is crying to me from the ground, and now you are cursed from the ground which is opened its mouth to receive your brother's blood. From your hand, when you work the ground, she'll no longer yield to you. It's strength. You shall be fugitive and a wonder on the earth and that. And that that's not great. It's not great. Why do you think he didn't remember not even remember coming up with lots of people, we will learn about Genesis and later in scripture. A lot of like people who drove God crazy or like who were evil who were evil because I don't. I don't think God gets exasperated in clerk. Sense of obviously are babble scholar does not enjoy. When we say guy. This guy gets like offi God to get heavy, but we learn later that God just kills people like they just die. Like, right, like all these husband's like Ruth has been like Naomi sons, they're just dead. Her husband's debt. He just kills them. Why do you think it was it just logistics like, well, we're going to need as many men as
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