35 Burst results for "Calvin Calvin"
If California Weather Was Like North Dakota, There'd Be Nobody Left
"But it's great to be here. I love California. Let me say this this way. I love parts of California. Well, I don't know. Let me say it differently. I love the people of Calvin. I love some of the people of California, but I have a whole theory on California, and it really is a test of how important is whether in your life. That really is the question, right? I mean, you wake up, I woke up very early this morning. And a morning in Southern California say, all right, 18% income tax, homelessness, vagrancy crime. All right, if this is the trade off, then so be it. It really is the great test of weather. Because I guarantee you if California was like Fargo North Dakota in the winter, there would be nobody left.
Ross Colton scores 2 goals, Lightning beat Blackhawks 5-2
"The the lightning lightning were were five five to to two two winners winners over over the the Blackhawks Blackhawks in in John John Cooper Cooper seven seven hundred hundred game game as as an an NHL NHL head head coach coach ten ten years years ago ago I I was was insured insured ever ever because because one one little little of of seven seven hundred hundred and and pretty pretty special special group group we've we've had had a a long long years years and and and and you you know know from from Vidic Vidic all all the the way way down down its its to to family family hearing hearing this this way way around around seven seven hundred hundred what's what's called called on on scored scored twice twice and and had had an an assist assist for for the the lightning lightning who who moved moved a a point point ahead ahead of of Toronto Toronto for for second second place place in in the the Atlantic Atlantic division division Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy stopped stopped twenty twenty one one shots shots improved improved to to thirteen thirteen and and now now against against the the black black hawks hawks in in the the regular regular season season Steven Steven Stamkos Stamkos Brayden Brayden point point each each had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist for for the the bolts bolts Calvin Calvin de de Haan Haan and and Alex Alex DeBrincat DeBrincat each each had had a a goal goal in in Chicago Chicago seventh seventh loss loss in in nine nine games games I'm I'm Jane Jane ferry ferry
Why the Constitution Is Actually 'Dead'
"As I follow the hearings with katangi Brown Jackson, it's got to be thinking about her philosophy that the constitution is something that is in a constant process of change. So this is the and I've discussed this before in the podcast, the idea of the living constitution. I came across a very eloquent refutation of this idea. That was given by Calvin Coolidge almost well, almost a century ago. And I just wanted to read it because it's so beautifully states why the constitution and the founding itself are not in some sense living, but are dead in the sense that they reflect enduring principles that have been put down on paper and put down on paper for a reason. So here we go. It's often asserted that the world has made great progress in 1776, and that we have new thoughts and new experiences which have given us a great advance over the people of that day. And we may therefore very well discard their conclusions for something more modern. So see how cool age appears so prescient here in talking about things that people are talking about now. And then says Coolidge, but that reasoning can not be applied to this great charter. If all men are created equal, that's final. If they are endowed with inalienable rights, that's final. If governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, that's final. No advance, no progress can be made beyond these propositions if anyone wishes to deny to deny their truth or their soundness, the only direction in which he can proceed historically is not forward, but backward toward the time when there was no equality. No rights of the individual. No rule of the people. Those who wish to proceed in that direction can not lay claim to progress, they are reactionary, their ideas are not more modern, but more ancient than those of the revolutionary
Record tied for coach Popovich...Heat beat Rockets
"AP sports I'm David Shuster Joe well and be put up another MVP performance scoring forty three points in Philadelphia's one twenty one one oh six victory over Chicago go quarter they got a five trouble and we got in the bonus do so I just wanted to be aggressive and you know what is the king and then live in the paint and you pay it off elsewhere it was a battle of two teams close to each other in the Western Conference as Denny Kapp reports look at the on chip poured in a game high thirty five points as the Mavericks win their fifth in a row topping the jazz one eleven one oh three nonfiction the mass pushed the lead out to as many as twenty late in the third quarter as Dallas went on to win its seventh of the last eight games the pulled within a half game of the jazz for the fourth spot in the west Spencer Dinwiddie chimed in twenty three starting in place of Jalen Brunson who missed the game with a right foot contusion regal bear had twenty one to pace the jazz were playing the second leg of a back to back and wrapping up a five game road trip and Bruce Morton out in Denver fills us in on the nuggets and the warriors the nuggets had just enough to defeat short handed Golden State one thirty one one twenty four Kohli Oakridge helped himself to thirty two points fifteen rebounds and thirteen assists the warriors took the floor having lost eight of ten but things went from bad to worse when Steph and curry Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins were left home by coach Steve Kerr unhappy with this covert postponed game being re scheduled for Monday other winners Monday Detroit Miami Minnesota and San Antonio college basketball number one Gonzaga moved into the title game at the west coast conference with an eighty one seventy one victory over San Francisco Gonzaga remains number one in this week's AP poll followed by Arizona Baylor Auburn and Kentucky baseball MLB has set a deadline of Tuesday night to work out a deal with the Players Association or more regular season games will be canceled and pro football the NFL suspended Atlanta wide receiver Calvin Ridley for at least one year after he gambled on games this past season I'm David Shuster a AP sports
"calvin " Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"What that means is that if you win 51% of those bets, you still won't make money. Because again, that's how the sportsbooks make money. In order to actually beat them and make money, you end up having to win about 52 and a half percent of those bets. So you have to not just beat them, but you have to beat them by enough to cancel out that money that they take. Got it, makes sense. So yeah, I mean, of course, it's not because they're going to make their money. They wouldn't have these options if it wasn't making somebody money. So we wouldn't exist if they weren't taking money. You always have to keep that in mind. You think there's an edge on something like I think this team has a better chance. Okay, but do they have enough of a better chance to king's law for the money that the sports are going to take? They call that the juice sometimes there's a lot of words for it. But you really have to have a 52 and a half percent chance of whatever it is to happen to feel confident in betting that. Yeah, makes a lot of sense. All right, so we've gone over what you can bet on and how the odds work. All right. I'm looking at Twitter and if you follow us on Twitter at her stats and you can also follow the Twitter hashtag what's bets, which is where Calvin kind of posts a lot of his bets. So if I look at, I don't even know what day this is from, but it looks like there was a Maryland House state. So I see over if you say over one 25.5, that means the total score would be over one 25.5 and then so then we talked about the odds so that's like negative one ten. And then you have three units. So are you just basing, do you pick the units based on how likely you think that is to happen like you put more on something you think is more likely to happen if that yeah, exactly. So it's funny that you picked that game as an example because that's the I never go three units, but that game was honest with the stake like that line was it had to be a glitch or something. It was so fun. It gave that has a lot of like one 25 definitely seems like a lot easy money. Exactly no House state likes to push the pace and score too..
Pete & Seth Talbott Reflect on Business Failures and Successes
"We are talking to my Friends, Pete and south Calvin, but for this segment, we call them the Talbot group. Welcome to the group. Thank you. Okay, your business gurus, you've run all these businesses. You've crushed it. You turned relief factor into a business so successful. We can't mention it on the air. The legally speaking, we're not letting that's not true, right? And we were talking about your coffee business on our bound coffee. You said, I think you said to me, Pete that 20% of all businesses fail in the first two years. 65% of all businesses fail in the first ten years. Is this true? Yes, and the amazing thing about that, think about it. That means odds are for those ten years, those business owners and CEOs are really struggling. They have not figured it out. They're terrified. They have sleepless nights. They're trying to make things work. They're trying to figure out advertising. Do I do direct mail? Do I do radio do I do TV? They're trying to do too much with very, very little resources, trying to desperately figure out what the combination is. And so what you're now officially offering help for people who want it. But you talk about the science of marketing. And because you've done so much in this world with so many different kinds of business. You feel like you've figured it out. It's not just, hey, let's see. There's actual principles that always apply. Yeah, I think I've actually focused on failure more than I did success. I found that when I was trying to figure out what these big successful companies had in common. Frankly, timing, unique relationships and a bit of this luck, too often kind of correlated to why they were super successful with Facebook. Don't try to deconstruct that and use it as an example. What I found is that failure had a lot in common. And from my business feelings, which I know I have at least as many. In fact, I think I have more than my dad in actual feelings. I started looking at the post mortems that CEOs of companies that had failed were writing. And so I started to become a student of that. And so what we do with the topic group is that we when we engage with our clients, we kind of deconstruct the brand, the company to figure out what's going on. So that we can give them a strategic plan
Raymond helps Red Wings beat Penguins 3-2 in SO
"Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Ramos Ramos Ramos Ramos scored scored scored scored the the the the only only only only shootout shootout shootout shootout goal goal goal goal it's it's it's it's the the the the red red red red wings wings wings wings beat beat beat beat the the the the penguins penguins penguins penguins three three three three to to to to two two two two the the the the traits traits traits traits for for for for shooter shooter shooter shooter B. B. B. B. pens pens pens pens goaltender goaltender goaltender goaltender Casey Casey Casey Casey DeSmith DeSmith DeSmith DeSmith is is is is the the the the red red red red wing wing wing wing snapped snapped snapped snapped a a a a three three three three game game game game skid skid skid skid Calvin Calvin Calvin Calvin Pickard Pickard Pickard Pickard made made made made thirty thirty thirty thirty six six six six saves saves saves saves for for for for the the the the wings wings wings wings who who who who surrendered surrendered surrendered surrendered eight eight eight eight goals goals goals goals against against against against the the the the Blackhawks Blackhawks Blackhawks Blackhawks two two two two nights nights nights nights earlier earlier earlier earlier I I I I want want want want to to to to get get get get out out out out here here here here tonight tonight tonight tonight and and and and have have have have a a a a good good good good start start start start and and and and the the the the guys guys guys guys played played played played really really really really well well well well in in in in front front front front of of of of me me me me some some some some timely timely timely timely goals goals goals goals we we we we had had had had the the the the puck puck puck puck a a a a lot lot lot lot tonight tonight tonight tonight and and and and you you you you know know know know limited limited limited limited their their their their time time time time and and and and space space space space and and and and I I I I was was was was nice nice nice nice to to to to act act act act that that that that you you you you don't don't don't don't want want want want Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips the the the the Dino Dino Dino Dino and and and and Giovanni Giovanni Giovanni Giovanni Smith Smith Smith Smith provided provided provided provided Detroit's Detroit's Detroit's Detroit's goals goals goals goals in in in in regulation regulation regulation regulation J. J. J. J. cancel cancel cancel cancel scored scored scored scored twice twice twice twice in in in in regulation regulation regulation regulation for for for for the the the the penguins penguins penguins penguins who who who who has has has has suffered suffered suffered suffered back back back back to to to to back back back back losses losses losses losses since since since since winning winning winning winning seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen of of of of nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen the the the the last last last last time time time time Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh lost lost lost lost a a a a second second second second in in in in a a a a row row row row was was was was December December December December first first first first I'm I'm I'm I'm the the the the ferry ferry ferry ferry
So long, Saturdays: More couples embrace weekday weddings
"An an an an uptick uptick uptick uptick in in in in weekday weekday weekday weekday weddings weddings weddings weddings that that that that started started started started during during during during the the the the height height height height of of of of the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic has has has has carried carried carried carried into into into into twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two some some some coveted coveted coveted wedding wedding wedding venues venues venues are are are still still still backed backed backed up up up because because because of of of rescheduling rescheduling rescheduling caused caused caused by by by Calvin Calvin Calvin and and and more more more couples couples couples are are are traveling traveling traveling again again again for for for destination destination destination ceremonies ceremonies ceremonies the the the wedding wedding wedding planning planning planning site site site the the the not not not says says says weekday weekday weekday weddings weddings weddings are are are expected expected expected to to to rise rise rise by by by about about about two two two percent percent percent this this this year year year when when when compared compared compared to to to pre pre pre pandemic pandemic pandemic years years years though though though most most most weddings weddings weddings will will will take take take place place place Fridays Fridays Fridays through through through Sundays Sundays Sundays about about about ten ten ten percent percent percent will will will be be be held held held the the the other other other days days days of of of the the the week week week around around around the the the U. U. U. S. S. S. and and and if if if you're you're you're getting getting getting married married married congradulations congradulations congradulations I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker
Ryan Helfenbein of Standing for Freedom Center Describes BLM's Biggest Mistake
"Take you back. If you're open recall in the summer of 2020, the biggest mistake that the, and I'm talking about the organization called Black Lives Matter incorporated. The biggest mistake they ever made was they named they named men in the nuclear family as the biggest enemy, right of their whole project. They named capitalism. They named nationalism. They knew all these other things. But they literally were attacking and you imagine that this includes black fathers, right? So Black Lives Matter made that mistake. Right now you're seeing within sort of this woke movement and narrative, this attack on evangelicalism and this attack on masculinity. Like those two things are the biggest problem. And the endgame, if anybody's paying attention to any of this, what is the one thing you need Eric to have a cultural revolution that is socialistic that is inherently Marxist and anti God? What do you need? You have to kill religion. You have to kill religion and you have to kill families. The most cohesive structures of any society, the atoms of society are the family and the church. If I can, if I can basically tear those things apart, then I can have a cultural revolution. I can do what Mao Zedong did in China. I can get rid of the four olds. And so this Jesus and John Wayne, which, by the way, I think it's that Calvin college, the professor that writes this, I don't want to give any more attention to Calvin is pretty woke, dude. I mean, it's really breaks my heart that some of these schools have just like they got a wobbly and they slid off the table. I don't know why parents send their kids there anymore, but it's crazy. But they identify you. They identify Franklin Graham. The founder of this school, doctor Falwell, and many others, you guys are the real problem, right? And it's all very obvious that I'm a woman hater. I'm a woman hater. Yeah, it's pretty obvious. Well, think how crazy this is because you have I know how many black men do I know and how many women do I know who are more hyped up about this stuff than I ever could be.
The Most Impactful Tools of Persuasion With Political Commentator Calvin Robinson
"You know the next generation, you've taught them Calvin. Can you help me? I have a mission, you know? My mission is to keep our tommies in the trenches. Our GIs, buoyed and ready to fight to give them the political and spiritual ammunition. But I'm curious, have you found in talking to those who are from the other side, or who are undecided or apolitical or just indoctrinated? Is there any frequency? Is there any tool that you have found to be more persuasive than others? I found personal narrative, especially the narrative of my parents quite efficacious and in what they suffered through. But tell us as an educator what you've seen work the best. So I've always struggled with personal anecdotes because they can always Trump you on something. If you say, well, I come from a working class background. But what I was more impoverished than you, if you say, well, I'm like, well, I'm fully black, you know, they can always one up here on that. And I find that facts and evidence don't work in arguments against them. Because there are entirely motive. So what I try to do is just ask questions. Keep asking questions. You know, with my kids in class, in particular, but Trump is a bad guy. Trump is evil, I'd be like, okay, so why? Because so what policies do you not like it is? And then you get, you know, they're almost imploding. And the more you can ask those questions, they're more they start to question themselves, but actually, why do I think that? Because they have to come to the realization on their own, that they've been indoctrinated. We can't tell them that they've fallen. They know they've been duped, because nobody wants to admit they've been due to the I have to realize it for themselves. And that's the same with adults. We can't say that this pandemic has been overblown. We just have to keep asking people. So do you really think that locking people down in their own homes is a good idea? Do you really think that sending people with COVID from hospitals into elderly care homes is a good idea? Do you really think giving a vaccine to 5 year olds when they're not at risk is a good idea just keep asking the questions and eventually they'll work it out for themselves.
GB News Presenter Calvin Robinson Discusses Britain's Conservative Party
The Pillars of Our Civilization: Family and Faith With Calvin Robinson
"So I'm launching a new show this year based on faith and family. Because I think those are the most important things in our society, there are things that we are missing, there are things that the left and the work often attack first and foremost because if you break down the family, you break down community if you break down community, you can indoctrinate young people, you can take over with your own ideology or whether that's new Marxism or communism. Does it really matter? Because the forefront of western society of western civilization is the family and our faith or Christian faith. The two most important things I
"calvin " Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"If you're fighting ground, the good fight on the seas and oceans, we should fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air. We shall defend our island. Whatever they cost maybe, we shall fight on the beaches, because I don't know the landing grounds. We feel fight in the field, an illustration, which will fight in the hills. We shall never surrender. And if. The guy do not for a moment believe. This island, all large part of it was subjugated and starving in our empire beyond the sea, armed and guarded by the British fleet would carry on the struggle. We will fight them on the beaches and we will never surrender. The greatest statesman of the modern age, a man who you can rightfully say saved western civilization, Winston Churchill. Welcome to friends to America first one on one with a very special guest. It's been far too long since we've had him on and we are delighted to welcome him back from across the pond Calvin Robinson. Welcome back. A belated happy Christmas and a happy new year to you. Related Christmas and happy new year to you as well. Calvin, I want to talk about where is that bulldog spirit? Is it still alive, has the swamp managed to crush it in the post Brexit years? You are doing Sterling work. Yeoman's work on GB news on social media. We are delighted to see you as one of the rising stars of common sense in the UK, but first things first for those small number of individuals who missed our last chat here on America first. Would you give us the potted version of Calvin Robinson to date where you hell from because it's a fascinating story and how you arrived at GB news after your journey? Sure. I used to be a school teacher. I was an assistant principal and during the first lockdown I started commenting in the newspapers and on the radio about how I needed to stop closing our schools. Keep the schools open because our young people are vulnerable. The missing out on a lot of learning and schools are actually a safe place for kids. Many, many children that aren't on a special register that are still looked out for by teachers. You know, we have that special relationship. We have their best interests at heart. And kids were locked away in their homes, many in abusive homes. Many homes with no access to learning. And I was championing, keeping the schools open. And I did that more and more. And I also started to speak out against Black Lives Matter when we imported that drama from America over to Great Britain. It didn't make any sense. It's a completely different history, completely different race relations over here, but we wanted to copy and paste the drama after the untimely demise of George Floyd. So I started commenting on those two things and I just ended up being on TV and radio and in the papers more and more until GBU said, why do you have your own show? Okay, sounds good.
Who Is Calvin Robinson?
"Would you give us the potted version of Calvin Robinson to date where you hell from because it's a fascinating story and how you arrived at GB news after your journey? Sure. I used to be a school teacher. I was an assistant principal and during the first lockdown I started commenting in the newspapers and on the radio about how I needed to stop closing our schools. Keep the schools open because our young people are vulnerable. The missing out on a lot of learning and schools are actually a safe place for kids. Many, many children that aren't on a special register that are still looked out for by teachers. You know, we have that special relationship. We have their best interests at heart. And kids were locked away in their homes, many in abusive homes. Many homes with no access to learning. And I was championing, keeping the schools open. And I did that more and more. And I also started to speak out against Black Lives Matter when we imported that drama from America over to Great Britain. It didn't make any sense. It's a completely different history, completely different race relations over here, but we wanted to copy and paste the drama after the untimely demise of George Floyd. So I started commenting on those two things and I just ended up being on TV and radio and in the papers more and more until GBU said, why do you have your
Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis
"Marcus Marcus lamb lamb the the CEO CEO and and founder founder of of the the conservative conservative Christian Christian Daystar Daystar television television network network has has died died at at the the age age of of sixty sixty four four after after contracting contracting the the corona corona virus virus his his wife wife Joanie Joanie said said he he had had diabetes diabetes and and was was hospitalized hospitalized after after his his oxygen oxygen levels levels had had dropped dropped lemon lemon Daystar Daystar have have promoted promoted views views opposing opposing cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccines vaccines and and restrictions restrictions to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the disease disease the the network's network's programs programs have have featured featured vaccine vaccine skeptics skeptics and and healthcare healthcare professionals professionals who who promote promote alternative alternative club club in in nineteen nineteen treatments treatments in in recent recent months months a a number number of of prominent prominent anti anti vaccination vaccination Christian Christian broadcasters broadcasters have have died died from from Calvin Calvin nineteen nineteen radio radio host host Dick Dick Farrell Farrell Phil Phil Valentine Valentine and and mark mark Bernie Bernie or or who who were were unvaccinated unvaccinated all all died died after after they they contracted contracted the the virus virus I I Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff
Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955
"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained
California prepares for possible winter pandemic surge
"California is getting ready for what could be a winter pandemics surge governor Gavin Newsom says there are some concerning signs hospitalizations are creeping up in some areas including Los Angeles county it wasn't long ago that California has the nation's lowest Calvin case rape but now it's sixteen says the governor of California has started pre positioning equipment and locking in contracts with temporary health care workers state health officials say as the weather gets colder people will stay inside more and they'll be more holiday mangling at a time when vaccine and natural immunity will begin to wane unless more people get booster shots I'm ready to fall lay
The Delta COVID Wave Is Receding
"The delta wave. The wave is receding cova. Nine hundred cases have been dropping steadily consistently calvin cases i mean the the delta wave according to actually us at least not a right leaning publication may truly be behind us and they'll unvaccinated people in heavily vaccinated areas will always remain at risk. Getting the virus under control seems to be in right now front and center. It's happening deaths are falling by nationwide average of about thirteen percent. The virus is now killing. Roughly eighteen hundred americans per day deaths have been rising. That's the old lagging indicator as they put it but it appears that things now are on the decline.
Abraham Lincoln Created the Secret Service the Day He Was Shot
"Did you know that abraham lincoln signed the secret service act in this is into existence on the same day that he died the very same day secret service but when he when he signed it into law it was originally formed. Stop counterfeiters okay. It wasn't about protecting. The president is about going after counterfeiters because that was that was the big deal back in the day. If you're thinking remember gets now. Here's the problem that's supposed to be a fun fact. It's kind of a sad fact. Calvin okay but then how about this. Sign it on the day that he was murdered right. He signed the secret service. people laughing. All across another boils might potato thing is when people say careful after you fall in. They'll say oh careful or watch your step. It's like if you would've told me that. Two seconds earlier i would not have
Australian Prime Minister Hints at End to 'Covid Zero' Amid Record Infections
"And they're not locking down any word even countries that previously locked down. They realized they can't keep doing that. Australia plus stralia was a new zealand. These are countries that have been locking down over a few cases in a desperate effort to stop calvin from spreading. Well the prime minister over there has decided that the country's approach is not sustainable. And they're going to end their kovic zero policy they're going to wait until most adults are vaccinated and then the government will finally drop most restrictions
"calvin " Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Because it's like you gas wind shop. Why the hell would you walk in there. Every single time about the exact same thing. Like i don't get that so like like like like i get what she liked. I don't see how you walk past thousands and thousands of bottles and never try something different in the even if like with swamp people like stella rosa. I'm like were it's outdoors. One of the few so wants to his like whole suite section. You just look all these sweet wines. Ain't thank try to blueberry that brand. Or so i was like hey like this one. Maybe try this one. So i like when customers are willing to expand a little bit or like even the way like We have one rose as section and so many people. I realize you know. Many people thought roseanne was inherently sleep. I'm like yeah the first. And then. After that i was like oh so this sweet wise and then try like seven mo and they was not sweet and i was like okay i think is the like even if you drink i in his fleet or i really think some people. Just don't shape pink with sweet so your home fall asleep and i was like no. I say like this kelly. I'm like this nineteen crimes. Callie rose a really good. Calvin broadus giannis. Actually swe shut up manufacture out to try and go on co has a. They have a link on our website. You can shop there stuff in santa fe newsletter but they are going to black on they asked him to be put us on a lot of stuff to and they have like this huge desert thing. So even if you can't like locally get one you can still get it online and a lot of places and reviews and all of that stuff as well. How did you meet so so to start. The your podcast. I met so so in the suspects suspects group so i'll so literally like in the early stages of that group when there was like a couple of hundred people so big and we were just like interacting in that group. I'm friends with a lot of people from just because of the show and stuff like that. I don't remember how so leeann have both areas. But i like to say like like i'm a people person she affect people. I she narrowly. I'm also sure i can't remember. I'm almost one hundred percents stores and she didn't ask them your request. It was me because we won't make friends. I just make make friends yes. I got introverted friends. Like i only know how you just made me. Yes i i'm just saying they face going i like i don't even be sharing. What people in like now. We find that thing. I'm pretty sure that i'll probably message. And i don't remember what was the initial conversation. but then we ended up texting like every day. Just like like other friends now on Mostly on facebook message. Because i like to share her because she house team i finally. She wasn't on keeping neutral in stay on facebook message. Best.
"calvin " Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note john calvin july fifteen o nine to may twenty seven fifteen. Sixty four was a french theologian. Pastor and reformer in geneva during the protestant reformation. he was a principal figure. In the development of the system of christian theology later called calvinism including its doctrines of predestination. And of god's absolute sovereignty in the salvation of the human soul from death and eternal damnation has doctrines were influenced by elaborated upon the augustinian and other christian traditions various congregational reformed and presbyterian churches which looked to calvin as the chief exposure of their beliefs have spread throughout the world. Calvin was a tireless polemicist and apologetic writer who generated much controversy. He also exchanged cordial and supportive letters with many reformers including philip milan. 'then and heinrich bolinger. In addition to his seminal institutes of the christian religion calvin wrote commentaries on most books of the bible confessional documents and various other theological treatises calvin was originally trained as a humanist lawyer. He broke from the roman catholic church around fifteen thirty after religious. Tensions erupted in widespread deadly violence against protestant christians in france. Calvin fled to basel switzerland. Where in fifteen thirty six. He published the first edition of the institutes in that same year. Kelvin was recruited by frenchman. William farrell to join the reformation in geneva where he regularly preached sermons throughout the week but the governing council of the city resisted the implementation of their ideas and both men were expelled at the invitation of martin juicer kelvin preceded distress board where he became the minister of a church of french refugees. He continued to support the reform movement in geneva and in fifteen forty one. He was invited back to lead the church of the city following his return. Kelvin introduced new forms of church government and liturgy despite opposition from several powerful families in the city who tried to curb his authority during this period. Michael as a spaniard regarded by both roman catholics and protestants as having a heretical view of the trinity arrived in geneva. He was denounced by calvin and burned at the stake. For heresy. by the city council following an influx of supportive refugees in new elections to the city council. Kelvin's opponents were forced out. Calvin spent his final years promoting the reformation both in geneva and throughout europe..
"calvin " Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Father you know. I mean for me. Just having children mugging my dad and i see him. He'll swelled up with tears in just motion of from just happiness. Just see his kids and what they're doing right now. I can only imagine. I just want to be able to have that feeling when i get older odor. Just look back at podcasts in washington whether it's on the feel in a classroom wh what whatever it may be very cool and i know you got the young one near now. What is your bedtime routine. Look like here cabinet. you're a storyteller lullaby. Guy had a bedtime looking down. Yeah break it down for you code. Nine o'clock the three-year-old throughout the day. But he's ready to take another nap at nine o'clock But so that's my two year old and my nine year seven year old. We go down and nine o'clock Nine thirty depending on what time they got up from a nap. but go down. And i thought cleanup You know put up. A gentleman gone Brush our teeth. We read a book. we Turn on my year old. We have a little sound for him in the white noise and we pay our prayers and then everybody you know the breyer's rockabilly life out. We re to boulton prayer life out. It sounds so simple. Sometimes i know could be your diapers and stuff like that happened in between area. Only i gotta ask you here to about. I've had several dads on here from dancing with the stars of had one of the what are the professional dancers. Maximum called ski. I know you finish third on the place there in what was did you roped into this was is a volunteer thing on your part. What was your experience like dancing with the stars guy interest for you on starving scraping what they say like. I didn't i knew when we started. I never really watched the whole season. So i never understood going. You know the gravity of it and you know all the work that goes into it so A whole different level of appreciation for dan. You know truly a sport you know but it was Experience my wife is the only is basically the reason. Why did they called me three times. A total no every time and the third time when The phrase popular you know. I was like baby. They keep on asking me do shows like a yellow all right whatever and then on top of that. My older sister she said i couldn't and by by her. Have a whole different. Live with my okay. I don't go show you go you. You know the nerve wracking deal but you know it's one of those things is just like you know you put your mind and energy and the attitude that four you can do it yeah. I think it's so cool to see this other side especially when you see the pro football guys on there and they say to and they say just like you do about the hard work that goes into it and you get more of appreciation for it. But i think it's so cool to see everybody Getting involved in shows like that and obviously now you have the primitive going. That's your frontside focus here. What are the kind of own goals plans. You happy yourself for the future. It really continue continuing the mass of canada's man. You know it'd be innovative in space and and really just all on my foundation you know. Continue to give back and help those around me and my community that i live in and his life played a loved one people around me though the family but continue that legacy foundation and primitive the fight right now in honestly you know. Kids are all a bit. You're all around and very cool last thing. I'm gonna hit you with your. I love to ask all the data. Get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have that new dad or for that about to be father. Who's out there listening To a new dad about the father is you know. Listen to listen to your wife Significant other whoever that might be you know be there. You know be supportive you know. In any way any capacity make her life easier especially during that time. If you're not doing already making her life you make your life you through any time. Very well said i loved. The message has been an honor for me. I gotta say. Calvin johnson junior your first last follow all the way. Congratulations on the hall of fame. And thank you so much humidity time here. I class fatherhood going back to wrap things up here. First place fatherhood. I gotta give a special thank you once again. To calvin johnson forgive me a few minutes of his time. Here was so cool. Please let me up on twitter. Guys drive me that on instagram. let me don't you thought about today's episode. Always loved feedback. Make sure you go through the archives at the podcast. Here you're gonna find my interviews with so many. Nfl fame dad's including dion sanders. Kurt warner willie. Roaf morten andersen a so. Many of the guys have stopped by here. please go through. Check it out. Mike haynes tim brown just to name a few of them all right and don't miss out on friday's episode major league baseball hall of famer. Mike piazza is going to be here to take us into the father's day weekend. It's going to be great episode. Don't miss out on that. That's all i got for you guys today. I'm alex thank you listed first place fatherhood. Please remember guys. We are not babysitters we have fathers. And we're not just fathers first-class fathers time is..
"calvin " Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"That's constantly changing. And you know being able to pivot. But i mean. We're here to change the stigma that everybody has That surround cannabis. You know really. Just a highlight killing power plant and so on into the science behind it you know. There's many other applications than just smoking a joint you know. Then then there's there's so many more Waved at me more solutions that can be had. Especially you're talking about pain neurological disorders. Yeah and i i. I'm a big supporter of that as well. Because i'm a recovering alcoholic and enact myself. And i had a problem with with oxy's myself and and of everything i've done in my life at least trouble. I got into was from smoking marijuana. And i think that using it for pain. Relief is a far better. substance the use other than these painkillers. These opiates that have really ripped through our country. Here so i. I i love what you guys doing here. I love what the brand stands for and bring it back. I it to use a dad. your calvin what. What type of disciplinarian are you as a father and is that different than the discipline style. You grew up with when i was growing up. My dad was laid back. You know he had to. My mom pushed him to my mom's really. That enforcer you know and for me you know. I i have a little bit of both family. You know. I want them to be right. You know you always want you want your kids be perfect. You know but we understand that we're all human and you know just taking a step back you know with my wife we. We literally have books. She has her app that we follow along with the development of our child. Like okay. you can't read the yet two years old you know. We're telling them either. He doesn't know what he's doing. So we gotta be patient. You know we gotta talk to him. Just communicate with them and then at end of the day is really just just loving on them you know. And that's what they're gonna do. They do what we want to do. 'cause we love so Really disciplined Really dont really have to. Communication seems to work. I mean i've been there where i got my kid on the bubble. Then you feel terrible afterwards. And i'm like about there's gotta be a better way. We can't be this. There's got to be a better way to this because we feel like if we you know we pop on but he might want to lash out. We can have that. You know so This communication and just continue with love and just showing them being patients who just being patient pay off the patients version. They'll pay off your kid very well said and then another thing i i love to ask all the nfl. Dad's calvin is you know. Obviously you've talked about it extensively. The dangers that come along with playing in the nfl with playing football concussions obviously have overshadowed in the nfl For a lot of parents especially the dads deciding whether or not to let their kids play tackle football a huge decision. You got three boys yourself your what would you. What would you consider to be a safe age to let your kids start playing tackle football. You know how to do my mom there for me. You know when. I was a kid i wanted to play when i was playing like. You know when i think seven eight years old i would the team. They looked so cool and the soda path and the court helmets of the flames on stuff. I just wanted to play because of that but our mom. I appreciate her doing what she did because she was like. Okay i want you to develop. I want you to grow a little bit before you wanna plan. If you still wanna play when you get to seventh grade. I was her barrier of injury The play in and For for for me. I mean a- worked out with my kid you know. There's no rush to get him in that kind of contact. Sports is so many other source that they could use due to develop your motor skills and baseball soccer. I mean. I feel like you know. Honestly baseball's fused from me as following as far as tracking the ball. You know so. It's no rush to get them in In contact football. Yeah one of the things to canada's flag. Football has become so popular now too like they didn't have that when i was a kid. We always played street ball. And i'm play football till high school but we always played in the street. We didn't have coaches and parents and referees watching us we kind of picked teams made. The rules settled all the arguments and fights and stuff and arcane. I feel like our kids. Kinda get robbed that pro- problem solving skill set because we put them in the sports at such a young age. Very true you back to the sidelines curves not playing a street. You know a lot of problems that go on you learn how to you know you probably give it to you i fight. You know you learn how to all those kind of issues on social level and those are big for our kids and everybody's gives us probably been robbed overloaded last year with this dissing. Yeah definitely and obviously now You know you you you've been. You're going into the hall of fame here. You got hall of fame career. It's coming out. Did you decide who's going to introduce you and what's going to be like to share. What family yeah Gentleman i mentioned earlier more these at that south carolina with frank beamer now but now he's gonna introducing like he poured into me so much spiritually as a man you know he's like a second father figure for me so i. There's no other person that i would want to do that. Yeah very cool. It's going to be exciting to watch. And obviously you know being into the hall of fame. now secures your legacy in the nfl. As one of the all time greats what would you. What would you hope. Your legacy is as a father father you know. I mean for me. Just having children mugging my dad and i see him. He'll.
"calvin " Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
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"calvin " Discussed on Still Buffering
"And he forgot to do it until he was on his way to school and he like draws a bat out of the batman logo to present and he's trying to find out facts about bugs any acts or about bats in the. Ask susie on the bus and she won't tell him and he's like their bugs right aren't bats and she's like no and that's the first thing he says he gets up in front of the class and he was like out of the night sky these leathery bugs and everybody. Fats are bugs i love. There's a exchange between him and suzy where it's like. Show ital- is like. What did you break for talent. Suzy says a letter to my congressman box. That was that was already. There was another where he tries to make an insect collection on his way Catching he's he's like squishing bugs and putting them together to give his teacher i I read an article. I was preparing for this. Episode was actually box and it was about how throughout this pandemic in this lockdown in quarantine. We've all become calvin in some way. We've all needed to become calvin because they talk about how like creating hobbs to like escape the world and is his own reality. Yeah and through this lockdown. We all have become. Calvin we have all created our own. Reality is into to escape into With our own our own hall. I like that. I think that's true. I always loved The ones where it was just him. And hobbs like on a sled or on the wagon and the the really funny. You talk about how. There isn't really a punchline. The expected punchline. I guess is that they would sort of fall at the end like they would crash It's always funny but but that was really like it was just discussing something about the world about life and why two things work certain way. And why. Why does it have to be like this or have you ever thought about this interesting thing while they are tumbling down a hill on a sled and that was the whole. There's a a lot that specifically like about like..
"calvin " Discussed on Still Buffering
"Like why can you see me. And it was just such a perfect little because when his mom enters now we're back out of his immagination we're into the real world but it was just the way that it hits always made me laugh the idea of your kid thinking that they're invisible and then trying to get cookies without you know you're standing there looking at them naked going. What are you doing like what. Why do you think you can get a cookie right now and also what is happening everything about it. I don't know if there's a kid like parentage. Funny but as a kid it just every time i would see that strip. It would just make me laugh. Because he's nike. Yeah of silly. Very silly. Like in a in one of the books that i i. I got to prepare for this. There's a foreword and they talk about. How the charm of calvin and hobbes is that so many people that right like oh what a wacky little kid kind of comex. Just make these little like sarcastic adults. But the calvin and hobbes truly does capture like just the. We're brandom nece children. Like i mean you said you know like you kids make up stuff and do weird things you know and it's like there's no there's no logic to it. There's something different a new every day. And that definitely is you know. And calvin and hobbes. It's like feels like a very real child imagination. It's so true that one of the things. I've referenced a lot is Calvin ball so in the strips calvin and hobbes play a sport that he made up con- calvin ball and the whole joke is that calvin ball has increasingly complex and intricate rules. That change added to and mike. He's because he's making it all up. And i've always thought of that as like very clear. A sage of childhood development the concrete stage of development. When you need to make a lot of rules for things and you see kids go through those where like. Oh my gosh. Charlie will want us to do something. And before we play the game or or engage in the imaginary world. She has like this whole list of things. That are the rules. And then we'll do this and then we'll do and then you'll say this and then this is the other thing that has to happen and also this is happening and like and it's a very structured imaginary experience and that's a normal stage of childhood development is this like i love to make rules and put walls around my world because i'm just now understanding that that's kind of how the world works structures within it and i can make them yeah and It's just so it's so perfect. And i'll say that all the time like well. This is just the calvin ball stage of development. That's just what's happening right now. It's normal. It's charlie has gotten mad at me many times when i've been playing barbies with her or adults or whatever and i'm not saying exactly what she wants me saying. Well i'm so sorry. I did not know the rules going into this. Yes i've and cooper is entering that Yeah i they both that is i. Don't know the and calvin ball. I can use it the other way and say this game is total cavill which means we're just making it up as we go along right. That is really interesting though. Because that seems to reflect like a genuine real stage of like like you said child development but he put that in a comic you wouldn't you wouldn't know that unless you were a parent or or i don't know i think that's interesting. Yeah it's it's just it's a very insightful. Like way of yes. Yeah yes and if you're if you remember being a kid you've been there and if you are around kids you see Salsa hilarious yeah balls always hilarious.
"calvin " Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello word nerds. Welcome to the dictionary. We are at the top paid. One seventy seven. Actually technically we are at the bottom of page one. Seventy six only for two lines though Yeah they yeah. Yeah yeah good stuff okay. The first word is the wonderful calvin cycle capital c. For calvin second word cycle this is a noun from nineteen fifty seven the cycle of enzyme catalyzed dirk reactions of photosynthesis that occurs in the cholera plants of plants and in many bacteria and that involves the fixation of carbon dioxide and the formation of a six carbon sugar all right. This is from melvin. Ca calvin melvin calvin. While that's a bad name. melvin calvin. Who named their kid. Melvin calvin okay. Next is calvinism with a capital c. This is a noun. It's not from. Melvin calvin from circa fifteen seventy the theological system of calvin and his followers marked by strong emphasis on the sovereignty of god the depravity of humankind and the doctrine of predestination the doctrine of predestination. A calvin est is a noun adjective. Calvin mystic is an adjective and kelvin. Istiklal is an adverb. You're doing that in such a calvinistic lee way. This is from john. Calvin so people thought he had some good ideas next is the word calypso c. a. l. y. p. s. o. I form noun from the fourteenth century. one is capitalized. a sea nymph in homer's odyssey who keeps odysseus seven years on the island of ojha. I don't know how to pronounce that one. A capital o. g. y. g. The island of ojibwa. Now we have a number two which is plural not capitalized. This is a bloomberg. It goes over to the second. Line a bulbous. Why couldn't i read that word. A bulbous bog orchid of northern regions. Bearing a single white to purplish flower. And the scientific name is calypso barbosa. Right there in the name. It's a calypso and its bulbous. Calypso boza Let's see and it looks like this is from the greek word calypso with a k. Okay next is the second form of calypso. This is a noun from nineteen hundred a style of music originating in the west indies marked by lively ducal meter and having lyrics that are often improvised and usually satirized local personalities and events. Also a song in this style may be finding example.
"calvin " Discussed on KOMO
"Calvin plays the forecast will see raining, windy conditions. Not so much here in the city of Seattle, but outlying areas around Puget Sound here through the morning hours, watch for those bubbles to get deep there, Hydro planing an issue on many roads. And eventually, though decreasing showers will see some body showers during the afternoon. Possible some brave highs today upper fifties to near 60. Isolated showers planned on Monday with temperatures upper fifties later in the week. We see overnight lows, possibly upper thirties now outlying areas and low forties here in Seattle. That's the latest from the Coma Weather Center. Stay connected. Stay informed the Northwest's only 24 hour news station KOMO News, 1000 FM, 97 7. As we continue common news Sunday. I'm R. Christopher a search underway right now in Alaska for two men who went missing with our gold mining vote after it overturned known Fire Department chief Jim West Junior saying three men on board the dredge Thursday. When it's somehow flipped over the boat became caught in a 30 mile per hour winds. West says one man made it to shore with a life raft. The other two were in a boat The last time they were saying all three were described by officials. As men in their sixties who have been mining in that area for a few years. And every man who tried to hide that he killed a woman in a hit and run sentenced to three years and five months in prison. Thomas Michael Rock pleading guilty here. In recent days in Snohomish County Superior Court, prosecutors say Rock was driving a Dodge Caravan and Everett on September 8 28 team when he swerved around.
"calvin " Discussed on Toure Show
"Talk A lot about Colin. . Kaepernick who of course has become far more than an athlete and more than any athlete of his generation has become super politicizing talk about how sports is a narrative of nationhood and definitely think that you could write eight the <hes> story of modern America on his last Assi <hes>. . What <hes>? ? What do you? ? What do you? ? What are you? ? What are you thinking about? ? Colin Kaepernick. . I think he's great. . I think the truth almost didn't come to light. . They. . They suppress it for so long and so long and so long I think that it is. . Emblematic of what's going on the country as a whole where you have this man and expressing is. . Liberal belief. . and. . Becomes a lightly We tell ourselves we're in the twenty th century were everything is so diverse, , and then you see what a lightning rod that becomes for. White. . . Anger. . Someone expressing pride who is but also like. . You can't kill black. . That's radical athlete baboots how that's That's where we really are that. . You can't say. . Retaliates tally is wrong. . Those are the hard enforces of racism, , which I which I can chew colonialism in larger forces and patterns. . How advanced how might and can the society be if you if it's if it's controversial as it was in that moment? ? Thankfully it's I think. . As this moves forward. . He's becoming raise established himself as one of a line of. . Athletic spokespersons yet if you go back on tradition begins. . Muhammad Ali's or the world and the Jim Brown's the world who's as like Oh as black versus one of the few people who is allowed any sort of visible Jackie Robinson in different. . S. . And that's end. . And then he became corporate. . Right. . But the happiest people's right night. . I talked about Jim Brown on the NFL who made the decision to leave NFL. . After A manhood battle with art modell whose the owner Cleveland browns and direct line and one of the things on everything. . We think we're saying there's historical precedent for it and the function and the horses ourselves. . Insane. . And so right. . You look at that the and you look at what's happening feeling I'm not the first person. . Say This I long chop wanted to contextualized story. . And also like yeah. . Camp is doing civil rights work. . In the resistance that he faces shows you how much of this country is still against the most basic expression of civil rights what do you? ? What do you make of? ? The NFL along with the NBA? ? WNBA. . Others. . The institutions of sport have seemed to have come around to say you know we're going to embrace black lives matter. . We're going to plastered all over the field or the court wear whatever you want. . Neil. . However, , you want like you know we're fully supportive of the movement and yet gaps still doesn't have a job. So . he still sacrificed his dream. . Surely, , it was his childhood dream that he achieved <hes>. . And then had that taken away chose to go after something bigger, , and now that the the sports world, , the NFL in particular has come around to his side of things. . He is still left out which for so many of us for you to. . ADDS a hypocritical sheen to all of it. . I mean, , I don't know I can't fully embrace what the NFL is doing until he is welcome back into the fold in a serious way. . I mean, , one of the. . made the final cut I. . Don't remember off the top of my head but wasn't Michael Vick can chilidog and still have A. . Job in Colin Kaepernick, , can't say. . Shoot people. . And not have a job. . That's what I think. . First of all the NFL. . Lost me just I mean. . There are a lot like their lot of sports. I. . . Love. . I. . Love Sports is you know and but there's always another sport and league baseball loss during steroids. . Haven't been back. . Haven't really looked back. . I might watch catch on the corner of my eye, , the barbershop every once in a while. . The NFL. . Because they are so far on what you say what you think the man like Avenue you know Muhammad, , Ali's spent. . Eighteen months in jail for Kosovo Vietnam War. . I don't remember how much. . Much of the baby actually did. . Athletic careers. . <unk> sports and they end when you're still a young individual with a lot of life ahead and as you read it as Jim Brown realize can't stop. . By many miles at. . And right the dream of NFL would it looks like it might be over I hope that it's eventually someone will give him a shot maybe but. . And will air. . We'll find the next stream. . Nets like life purpose. . That's always the challenge of being an athlete. . It happened to him in a prematurely it's not fair but he's shown himself to be larger than that lead
"calvin " Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"He was given a church and started to preach. And this has probably been the end of the story for John Calvin but two big things occurred and his dad ends up being the one changes everything the first is his dad decided. I don't want you to be a priest anymore. I want you to be a lawyer. No one knows for sure why that happened. There's two kind of big explanations. One is. According to the legend. The one that kind of gets passed down a he kind of got into trouble with the Bishop at the time. He gets excommunicated. Gets exiled. And there's evidence that this might have been what happened. And so. He wanted his son out of that line of work. Because of how you sporadic it is and he's upset with the church. Maybe the other side of it too is though he might have been looking at what was happening with the reformation because see the writing on the wall that the church was going to have a big contentious time and then looked over at lawyers dot you know. My son is very very smart. Everyone thinks he's intelligent. Guy Lawyers make a lot of money. Maybe this is just a safer better place for him to be. But either way he sends them out to law school at around the age of nineteen. And we're not sure win. This next part happens but the next part that really changes Kelvin's life and it has to do with his dad. His Dad dies either at one thousand nine hundred thousand three somewhere. Between those years sources varied he dies and this is important because I think up until now you just see anything Calvin stand tells them to do it but after he dies he now no longer has anyone guiding him anymore and I think that helps them start to go. Okay what am I really believe in life and I think as he's doing that among everything else and he no longer has his dad telling them what to do he starts to walk away from the Catholic. Church of this part yeah. He went back to Paris and Hemming. Hughes used incredibly talented incredibly intelligent. The college that he went to impairs the College of Montague I believe it's pronounced Gave them a full ride? Doctorate in his tutors would actually ask him to deliver lectures in class because he was fully capable and even sometimes better equipped to give lectures than the professors themselves were so very well respected. Very well liked enduring. This time. One of his relatives gave him a Bible that was translated and he started going through and reading it and he would compare it to the things that the Catholic Church was teaching at that time he really is at the Catholic. Church was teaching a lot of things that were not from. The Bible did not come from the Bible in. This was something that he wrestled with his own conscious to the point where he stepped away from the church stepped away from being a priest from receiving the allowance that the priesthood gave him in. This was again after ten years of priesthood. So he was. He was in the system as much as anyone could be a so to step away from. That was a pretty big deal was funny to me that he took him ten years. After being a priest for ten years someone finally gives him a Bible. I mean what was he? He was doing sermons and stuff. What was it? He Preaching and talking and teaching about at that point. If you didn't even know what the Bible said so really strange stuff. As he as Joe said as he began to read the scriptures more and more he becomes convinced that the Catholic church is wrong. He grew very zealous passionate about the word of God. And it's interesting to something else. Changed his personality changes. He went from this kind of almost a monk like quiet kid who spends all his time by himself to a man that was making friends. He's becoming well nonni speaking to crowns. He's bold about what he believes and it was like who he was as is being reshaped almost by scripture and the more he reads the Bible the more he becomes John Calvin that we know him to be in history. That's very passionate fiery preacher and eventually this man ends up having to flee Paris under the threat of persecution. He will eventually end up in Geneva. At the age of twenty six he published again. Twenty six very young. He published the famous book institutes of the Christian Religion and from there. He goes on into history to be one of the most famous theologians whether you disagree with them or agree with them all time but you can see how at the age at the age of twenty six. I think that's very young on the one hand but if you listen to all the things that he went through even before then you go. Wow He's already lived a lot of life at that point in the sermon. This guy who wants to live in the heart of the Catholic Church and it was seen as just a genius at his age tells us about the death of Christ on the Cross and the same story that we've heard over and over. This is actually just sermon. Seven and an eight part series. He did but I think you`ll. You'll walk away looking at the Passion of Christ with.
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"From history in a sermon that they delivered today's sermon. We are listening to a John. Calvin going back to the fifteen hundreds. This sermon in particular was preached in Geneva Switzerland. Joel this is our second sermon from John. Calvin and I had to say I love this sermon. As soon as I read it. I knew that this sermon needed to be the sermon. That came before Easter Sometimes as Christians I think we hear the passion story and we hear about Jesus on the Cross and it's easy to analyze. Sounds kind of wrong but it's kind of to take it for granted to just. Oh yes okay. I know the Gospel Story for me. I compare it to. I know when the sun comes up. It's going to be a Sunday and I know twenty four hours a day. These things are really important. Obviously if we had a thirty hour day it'd be crazy right but the thing is I take it for granted just a fact of life but the passion story should be more than that should be exciting. It should be something I don't get used to but I've been a Christian for about ten years or more and I get a little where I'm like. Yeah Humdrum about it. This sermon. Just really hit me in a way. I hadn't thought about it in a while. It just came at me from new things and it really made me appreciate Calvin and just how much he must have studied and how much reading. He must have done to be able to take this story. I think I've heard many many times and just I felt in a different way than I had before. And Yeah I think. Hopefully that will be the feeling you get to as you hear that sermon. Yeah John Calvin has mentioned. Is someone that we've already done an episode on previously. This is the second episode from John. Calvin John Calvin was one of our first episodes. We did in that. First ten episodes we will we kinda referred to as the first season here revived thoughts on a side note. We just recorded a kind of behind the MIC patriot. Only podcast where we talked about. What creating the first ten episodes of revived thoughts with was like and the complete train wreck that that it was China. Get these first ten episodes recorded. This was one of the episodes that we had such a problem. Trying to make if your paycheck on the keep an eye out for that episode. Being posted on your patriotic. I if you're not a patriots fan and you're jump in and listen to the if you I think just the day and leave it like this but just the day at the libraries and many many libraries. We'll leave it there just yet but yeah that's a little. That's a little teaser. So yeah it was. It was rough getting the initial John. Calvin episode recorded John Calvin. He's pretty pretty controversial figure And part of his controversy comes from the theology that is named after him. Calvinism and other parts of his controversy comes from the burning of service. There's lots of debate about his life and we covered some of these things in that previous episode. But today we're gonNA focus on some other parts of his life. That aren't talked about as much so one thing that stood out to me that just kind of it just hit me when I was looking at his life. The second time was. How Young Calvin was when this all started. Calvin was born in fifteen o nine if you take a what age Martin. Luther nailed the ninety five theses. The big reformation starting moment he would have been eight or so years old. If you see pictures of Calvin you think of these many think of them as really old name beards and they're just kind of hunched over but Calvin was a kid when the reformation started and and Cowan was not really set on the path to be a part of the reformation and you can see I think how in the story God pulls him into it all in a really interesting way. Kelvin's father Gerard. Calvin was the secretary of a bishop in their hometown neon and he was a successful businessman as father was they were middle-class but in Europe during this time middle-class was was was doing good that was that was the majority of people were in that lower class middle class. Meant you were able to send your kids to school which the vast majority of people who are your kids were learning how to read which the mass of majority wasn't doing at that time. His father was also pretty strict and Calvin grew up tennis shy partially due to his dad. Being so tough on him we think Calvin himself growing up with with talk about going out on these long walks and praying and just being open with with God and talking to God in that when he was young Roman Catholics would do. These parades processions and Kelvin. During one is these parades was allowed to carry a sword during one of these possessions and kind of his personality of his intelligence in his seriousness. At some point his father seeing him fighting with the sword in this parade that switch kind of flicked in his dad's mines says this kid would make a great priest and so he sent him to school to become a priest. I mean that's pretty much how it went and we know that the Catholic Church during this time the early fifteen hundreds they were. They were very corrupt. This was not the best time for the honestly. Yeah and if you've listened to our episode of Wycliffe or gene garrison on or Martin Luther. We've talked about this. Erin just how corrupt things were another sign? That things weren't good was that kids could become ranked church members which I actually didn't know this until this episode. That was something or it would have been mentioned before. But the cardinal of Lorraine was made a cardinal at the age of four. So just imagine you go to church and a four year old is out there in charge of everything and you can get a pretty good idea of how things are running for the church and how serious they're taking things just like that Calvin the chaplain of this little town called glycine quiz and he says hey. I'm GonNa make twelve year old. John Calvin the new guy that new Chapman appoint him to do my job and even though he's only twelve years old and may fifteen twenty one. He becomes the chaplain of that little town. They do a ceremony. They cut his hair short and they say some words and that's pretty much. He's now able to be a priest he can give out holy orders he can give out sacraments. It's really crazy but there was actually something interesting from this and I read. A book was a biography on him from seventeen ninety nine. And it basically said if you think about it. Moses was raised in Pharaoh's palace. Almost like he was raised in the belly of the beast kind of a thing and that gave him insight into how Egypt was run and it kind of made him the perfect guy to break them out of Egypt. The same way Calvin grew up in the priesthood. I mean he was twelve years old he was running this first chaplain chop his dad worked for the bishop's he was he was in the parades he was right there in the heart of Roman Catholicism and because of his knowledge in his his time growing up there he almost the perfect person to explain why. It's wrong he has so much insight into how it all works. There was a plague that broke out in his hometown. Neon there and Gerard was deeply worried that his son Calvin would die. Hundreds were fleeing the city and the people that were dying. Most were priests at the time of this recording the countries in this crisis cove in nineteen crisis and we think of these doctors nurses being on the frontlines fighting that disease at its at its source and obviously we have the utmost respect for those people fighting that on the front line kind of back in this era the priests kind of plead that role. They were the people that were in people's houses. They were comforting people. They were Praying for people and they typically would have some medical knowledge that they would be able to advise in that scenario as well that his father didn't want them in neon because because of this disease going on so he made arrangements for John Calvin to go to Paris to study without losing his allowance. And that kind of just shows a little bit of how corrupt the churches this This piece was able to go to a different city to study for several years and still be the town priest without the priest. Even being there like there's just a lot of facets to imagine your pastor of your local church just says I'm going to go to seminary across the country and then he just continues to take the pay for being the pastor of the Church for several years earlier and I mean again. We have to remember that at this time where he goes study keys. Fourteen maybe fifteen years old. So he's not he's not a we would still consider them to be a child a teenager during this time and this is the same time that that again. That reformation is sparking all across Europe. So we think of Calvin being this huge player in the reformation. Any definitely was but during the early spread of the reformation Again he's probably about fourteen fifteen years old at the time of Guinea studying in Paris and I visited. I was able to to see the Notre Tom Recently and the idea that five hundred years ago people were. The church was executing people by burning them in front of that building. It's very hard to visualize what that must have been like back in that day and from all we can tell lake. John Calvin was had no objections to this. Like he was during this time fully on board with Catholocism in that life owed of a priest in the Catholic Church so he was very against the Protestant movement that was happening at the time. There was actually an about that that there was a bell on top of that every time. A heretic would burn. They would ring the bell so I mean imagine. He's at school or he's doing something there's the bell. I wonder if they burn somebody today. You know what I mean. That's that would have been his relationship with the reformation and kind of a part of him that I think all of us have forgotten or I. I certainly didn't think about it very much. This episode is brought to you by Liberty healthshare my name is matthew. Belus I'm with liberty healthshare. Liberty healthshare is a five..
"calvin " Discussed on Medicine ReMixed
"Were taken care of in knew that we were valuable resource to help in their fight against wherever they're dealing with that you can't take care of others unless you take care of yourself different cultures well. People weren't scared when we travel service but not really scared because we were you know Dell protected but here you know I have staff. That are scared. Because they don't know who's supporting them really you know. I think it's also an expectation internationally. Don't really know what to expect your expectations a little higher. Because Joe Homebase said you're being left with the reality that it's not living up to your expecations okay with emergency room crowding becoming a widespread problem in hospital across the United States. I wanted to ask you who you think should still be coming into the e two C care. You name thing was two one two weeks ago. Five months ago ton ten months ago any time code to the emergency room if you have a lamb life threatening emergency. That's not changed right. You don't come to emergency room for medication refills. You don't come to the emergency room because you can't sleep or because you wanna Sandwich or because you don't know who else to call or it's it's cold outside right doing so. We will be happy to take care of you. Don't get me wrong. They care of you but you're overburdening already collapsing healthcare system that is not sustainable by coming for those things and especially in pandemic. You do so right. You're destroying US. You're killing other people. Yeah and so you know. Speaking of other urgency's I'm just curious myself. How does your Board Look Right now? Is it mostly upper respiratory symptoms? That are coming in. It's all some variation of respiratory symptoms. People would even like say that they have respiratory systems and when I see them they actually really WanNa work notes. And Calvin I want to switch gears for just a moment and ask you if you've had any good news come to recently any positive thoughts or.
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"N ninety five masks or masks in general that we have to use one single mask. Over the course of many days I've warned the seam and ninety five mask or about five days before I was able to get a donation for my friends just recently and officiel does meant to be disposed with his plastic flimsy. Pay Shield that. I got a week and a half ago. I still have the paints wearing off. And then he went back Fox and talked a bit about how backed up things are and how long people were waiting to be trashed. Ems stretchers waited five hours outside the emergency room just to get triage so imagine calling nine one one expecting to see a doctor immediately to wait in line outside in the dark at thirty forty degree weather waiting to triage where you can still be sent to the waiting room or wait in the emergency room and we still have to wait for a provider of anyone to see you. That is the reality. It's so full. Every single hospital I've worked in is full. I reconnected with Calvin Again. Friday and I asked him how the scene had changed. How are you doing this week? Old Gets Worse. Yeah I've been following along on your instagram story man. It sounds like a crazy crazy. Come to be in the easier now. We're last night yes I did. Okay how would you say this week? Compared to your the week prior it's gotten worse. Slowly slowly and slowly Morse. Okay what.
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"To his Calvin with you on this the this is just the very melancholy day as most of you know I am not just this third of what transpired this weekend but I am mostly disturbed at what I consider the the politicians and the media is using such a tragic event for political purposes it does not help at all my guests right now is Shelby Emmett she's the director for the center to protect free speech and he's with the American legislative exchange council how are you I'm doing well how are you I'm okay and and I know that it's got to be just as you know just as difficult for anyone who looks at what happened this weekend to actually deal with it effectively a minute so anxiety provoking especially for women who have children or grandchildren like I do in schools and who worry about going to the mall to do some school shopping as we're beginning of that season again and yet I'm frustrated by this desire to use it as a political football I completely agree and I and I and I think you make a great point there's I think as a society we have a problem with trying to understand evil right and I do think that sometimes people are just evil he's never always constantly looking for a government whatever that is whatever and he decided to solve something that quite frankly I think a lot of his starts at home and it's starting in the community and we need to spend a lot more time focused on what we're doing is families and individuals would be had suspicions about things that help with dealing with that as a community more so than what into some government solution that quite frankly I don't think they ever actually going to solve those real deep issue it's much deeper than that it truly is an I mean we have some of the strictest gun control laws in some of the very places where we see this kind of mass shooting take place in gun free zones in particular seem to attract this kind of a mass shooting because once again it you know the only thing that stops the bad guy with the gun is a good guy with a gun and if you don't think they're any around then you pretty much free to go in and wreak as much havoc as quickly as you can well I definitely armor and formulated in Detroit Michigan and I think that this is so much bigger than just again one five clean gone the other side a lot of fun because much cheaper we'll talk about everything from video games to filing for the water no I do not believe they were dangerous for the hottest well but the kids that I grew up with if you decide to go to court and shoot people walking to the local free shortening because they were planning cornucopia others for whatever is in the house so again I think a very easy thing to say gone not actually dealing with the actual issue let's go much deeper than just calls from now public policy changes because I find actually addressing the issue given the situation for our meeting we are people of all hello if the person is but I'm putting people they're going to do that you know I'm I'm the first element of training we follow trying to tell you the car so again if we can talk about going to the public policy all day but that's not really the issue the issue of the role of paying attention to what are we doing to our children and it's happening at home and I think what we'll start seeing as more more information compiled is there was probably a lot of songs that a lot of people ignored as this is this young man was growing up and decided to do that he said I think we're going to start so that there's a lot.