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Fresh update on "cardinal" discussed on Murph and Mac

Murph and Mac

00:43 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cardinal" discussed on Murph and Mac

"Very rewarding. Alright, guys. Hey, I got time for one more home, baby. Before I hand things off to Murphy. We're gonna do it like this. We're gonna hand it over to Stanford Women's basketball winning the Pac 12. Yeah, man, this is worth talking about out here. More affected home, baby there. Well, ah, well, very deserving home. Baby is well, now we're hoping they can win the natty, but before that, let's get to this. Remember back in 2020? When Stanford women's basketball coach Tara VanDerveer, she passed Pat Summitt as the all time winningest women's basketball coach. Well, she still doing it. Vent of years. Number four ranked Cardinal won the Pac 12 Championship last night. They beat you see lamer condolences to talk and Buddy Spider. I gotta credit spider for not mentioning the basketball game from. Did you see that buddy? Wow, your Bruins. I mean, I'll leave this to you. You know, there's a lot of pain, my friend. Yeah, racked with pain racked with pain, Polly, right, because when you see beats us, and I hate to even say this was spider in the building because it gives us that's right. Spider being the Trojan cause Here's the thing. They don't even care about basketball. They don't care. So they're just laughing Because were the basketball show orgasmic. Oh, here is he's hitting all the sounds here. So for them, they're just pointing and laughing. They're like, Oh,.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

21:38 min | 1 hr ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"To put a spotlight on. Here's we wanna show the people that are in the arts these people doing good things through the arts and also people that are in the arts. That are doing good on there. There's so many of these folks out there. Yeah it's it's amazing how we all kind of interact with one another in mix and match and how we work together to keep the arts going. This is going to be a lot of conversation about how we are all trying to stay afloat during cogan even if we get the vaccine june july august. There's going to be a lot of non theater having and twenty twenty one lot of the theater. Groups live show to show and we wanna talk about how they're doing how people can help support them same with us. How we get support love to bring in and talk to some of our sponsors as to why they support us because they have a lot of their own stories as well. Then as i said a lot of our members have very personal stories mass. You either with voices of hope so we got a lot of fun things planned. We might throw a little sports ball for some of our friends at our avid fans and voices of hope. Sings at all the The red sox celtics patriots We do a lot of national anthems for a lot of local colleges as well. So when you're with us you gotta have. You gotta have a little sports ball knowledge but since this is our first one in some of the people who will be listening to this. Actually they're gonna be listening all over the world because we're on international platforms all of the ones that you can get a podcast on. We were out there kind of want to talk a little bit about the origins of voices of hope. How edna i met. I think ed wood was our first show together and colonial chorus working. Or were you in. It was yeah. I was in working. That was the show that we the lights went out during the opening number. That's that's what. That's what ed and i met just just like i two years ago. Maybe wish working before once on this island yes because after that i produced once on the right. And that's when you said you would never produce another show f for kids and here we are using. And i've known for a long time. We've done many many shows but the show that we were doing and the origins of voices of hope in two thousand nine was aida at arlington friends of the drama. A beautiful show one. That i didn't almost do. And when we have our directed dana siegel on. She can talk about that. Fun story teller. How almost didn't happen. So yeah edna. Were doing that show when my mom passed away from pancreatic cancer. She actually passed. I think it was opening night while i know you went home. Thirteen week. She was failing during tech week. So i went back home to indiana. Wake up to be there with her at the end because she went into hospice back at the house they had to drop out of aida. The show was opening and she passed just before the show went. Open coming back a couple of weeks later. I think we did three weekends. I think is three weekends. Two weeks later. I came home after the funeral and doing some other stuff to help set up back home. The cast invited me back in. I was like no. I some lance arnold. Actually a friend of a lot of people here took my spot filled in for two weeks when i came back. No no come back and do the last last weekend with us you. You need this and i did and they. Ed was the one who went with me the week and helped me remember the Harvey right i. One of the choreography was with those giant sticks. In know what i was doing. I'd kill somebody on. So that was your dance captain. Yes my dance captain and for all of you know that no you can appreciate that. They opened their arms and their hearts and welcome back and it was During that time in the green room talking to others and having them tell me their stories of how cancer affected their lives. Voices of hope was sparked. I knew i wanted to do something. Theater was what i did for recreation. In for fun Back then i was working in the The stock market and banking and stuff like that for real job. I wanted to give back in some way so we created this one night show in october. Twenty two thousand nine but you ought to tell them the funny story about opening night with you guys in how mom affected opening night we think oh my god that was there was there was so funny. We yeah you're right it was. It was opening night. And we're about maybe forty five minutes before curtain. Everybody is in the green room. We're getting ready in yup. Like you said all of a sudden there was a power outage in the neighborhood in arlington. You know we were checking with national grid or an star. Whoever the power company was in we kept on getting. Oh yeah the power is going to be back on. We can do it in a half an hour or an hour. We had a lot of the people. It was almost a sold out house. People were out in the street. We couldn't be in the theater so dana. My wife said you guys you gotta go out. You gotta go. Just mingle with people. Don't try to keep as many people here as possible. If we get the power back we can still put the show on so sure enough. We went out in full costume on. I think we even did a couple of pieces from the show just to keep them entertained and sure enough about forty five minutes after curtain was supposed to go up. Power came back on in so we went in and we did the show. We got all the way to the end of the show. It was amazing. It was a fantastic show in just as we were doing our bows everybody. The entire cast comes out in. Of course the two leads aida in rod amaze are the last two to come out and take their bow in just before they came out. The lights went out again. The emergency lights in the theater came on. You know people had their cell phones out and they came out and they took their final bow under the emergency lights. It had that happened five minutes all the emotion that was building up with her. Just been killed. But but your mom made sure dana. Yeah i got a text that i think was from somebody when the lights went out and said tell your mom it's okay we can have the show without you very funny it was. It was just very ironic. It was also ironic that our first show together on the very first night at the very for show united together. The power went out and reading and colonial course but we we entire number. We finished the number. Everybody was in their final position in a lights. Came back on the opening number rather all because of a coffee maker of community theatre plug in the coffee maker. it's in the same circuit as the lights. The aida experience brought me back to Wanting to give back and the only way was to raise money with my theatrical friends and after hearing their stories. I asked if you guys to come and do a show one night show In october of two thousand nine and we ended up raising seventeen thousand dollars at the next theatre they are now winchester and then we're like oh that's great. We did a great thing. I was very happy somebody else said. Hey you wanna do that for us. We went for the next door theater to symphony hall. Like wow berretta sixty giant leap and from there. that was. that's where it was born and we've been together now going on eleven years we've donated after this year will donate over eight hundred thousand dollars to cancer research amazing. I can't believe that. I know right. Now we start with dana farber in but the last eight or nine years. We have been with the tamir center targeted therapies at the mass general cancer center. They're just amazing people and we'll talk more about that as the podcasts continue. We're gonna have some of the m. g. h. People come in and chat with us about what our funds do for them and how they use those funds. We've got a scholarship named after us now. Which is amazing. But we've got a lot of things to discuss. So that's just. Basically the origins we started out with twenty two twenty three people and we are now at any given show. We're have over one hundred people on stage but the membership is well over two hundred and fifty people. Yeah it's amazing and people just keep coming. It's really interesting because all of us that are involved in in theater you look for show union. Go to a group you see. They're putting on a show. You really connect with it. You wanna do it. Then when it's done you look for the next show Manifests with another theater group. Than that's where you go but that is just the pure joy of producing art in with us. It's quite different because we use art is our vehicle to raise money but it's the family that's created in when people come in join us for a show. They realized how different it is than just being involved in irregular community theater production to be able to have over one hundred people at any given time. Active within the organization is just amazing every year. I'm worried that. Oh my god when people this year in. I don't worry about that anymore. Because they they love coming back in. This cova has been really tough because try to keep people engaged. We can't do anything together. Live and it's just been tough. Keeping people artistically fulfilled we've redone some online things Some cabarets things like that. But when you're doing those in your living room it's still doesn't really fulfil you even though it's a few moments of just being able to sing out of the joy of singing but one of the things that i've learned this year is we really truly are a family. People love to get together. They loved his. We have zoom meetings. And i'm like. I can't even keep up with how many people are on screens. It's just it spits. Been an amazing eleven years. And like i said as we move through the podcast. We'll talk to the people who helped create this atmosphere. Create the love. The joy people who've been helped you have our own members who've gone through the whole cancer journey with us the start of their cancer journey through the treatment through the living with and now cured so we have a lot of wonderful stories. But it's not just going to be about us. It's like had said we have a lot of community theaters out there. That need their voice heard You know here. A lot on the news about the susan komen the pan mass challenge the millions and millions of the giant people who raise tons of money which is awesome but there's a lot of smaller groups like us to amazing work our friends to conquer cancer center who have the guard of hope in the massachusetts license plates as well good friends of ours and they wanna come on and talk about their story and we have a few of those so it's gonna be it's gonna be fun. I said this is the first one. So we'll learn as we go figure things out the one thing that's been tough for setting this up and never doing it as edna. I can't be together so if it sounds like we are. that's awesome. Great engineer engineering. The vote that does a lot of work with a lot of podcasts. In the world like jordan rich and liz brunner and candiotti some of our friends as well but edsa in his little studio down the basement of his house and same with me. I'm in my basement. That's right now turned out to be. My daughter's basically her whole apartment packed away because she had to move on because of it and so when we can be in studio together with our guess we'll have a lot of fun bantering back and forth but it's very different. I'm sure we're learning the hard way. Yeah definitely but actually one of the things that we have been able to do in while greg said. We can't get together as a large group into performances but we have been able to secure grants that allowed us to turn our rehearsal space into a kovin safe recording studio. We have been able to get seven to ten people together and time in their own. Little recording booth that sanitized. We have our microphones. Everybody brings their headphones. We haven't amazing. Sound engineer in darren mcguire. We've been able to do things like our arsenic and old lace radio show. That was awesome. I mean just to do all of the rehearsals zoom and then to come into the studio and then just to lay down the show itself all get mixed together with the equipment that we've been so fortunate to be able to be gifted to us. We've also been able to do some recordings for the national anthem. The aso anthem was really cool by the way. Oh my god it sounded so good. And i guess the silver lining to not having fans in the arenas during the national anthem. You get to hear the last chord. that's something we never get here. Nobody gets to hear us tenors. You are beautiful. I don't know what it's called. Jonathan and grinding chris. They're gonna kill me. Because i don't know what the musical term is that when we changed the key at the end. Whatever we do we owe you modulate modulate thank you and you modulate and nobody ever gets to hear because the fans are all screaming and cheering them. Like nobody gets to hear the tenors. Do greatest two notes in the national anthem. And this time everybody got to hear it. That's right that's all ten is out there. For our holiday cabaret we're able to lay down the caroline tracks that we played along with the live. Caroline that we did over. Its wants a meadows so it's fairly been nice when we had those opportunities just to get together. Just to sort of reconnected person. But like you said everything else has been over in zoom to get forty to fifty people on a friday night for as zooming is pretty cool. Twenty twenty the word for me is adapt. We've been able to adapt at least try and do something now. We can go on and on about what we did all year. But my best memory of twenty twenty first voices of hope. We were asked to perform the song from german hanson. Oh my gosh again. Thinking it will be found. You will be found for mass general's annual fundraiser for the cancer center they wanted entertainment live and unfortunately they didn't have the dinner live so they asked if we would do a recording and they've professionally filmed us out up at Ramos day crane estates nips which in ipswich in created this amazing video. That we probably never would have done are being able to do you think about doing. They hadn't been for the way we were locked down. And that's kind of how the whole studio started. We needed to build a research. That was covid safe with the boos at talked about so going out and grabbing a grant and having that done we learned a lot. It's taught us how to look at theatre different way how to Participate in a different way and how to bring different people in for and people have given us Different skills that we didn't even know they had so with all the trials and tribulations of not performing live in being on stage and having the camaraderie on stage in the feedback from the audience. In all that it's really kind of helped us in a different way. Learn learn new skills and learn how to sing on a microphone. Which i didn't think would be that hard but it is. You know if you're in a group of one hundred people on stage and you forget the words are you forget the no mouth it. Nobody's no but if you're being miked and you have to sing that part out as nine. There's the ad so true though what you say about adapting and one of the things. I'm really excited about for this broadcast. Is that even. You know us. Little community theater folks that are adapting in trying to find ways of staying engaged. Same thing's happening in the professional world. And there's broadway performers that actually. I'm hoping that we're going to be able to get on to come and talk. So that's gonna be exciting yet is an. We were very lucky. the other thing i was gonna say about cove is it helped us in other ways of getting other people to come and talk to us in perform actually with us that we never would have because we're just trying to reach out to anybody who come in talk to our group in just say hello and we had some amazing people broadway. Tv movie stars rockstars popstars and pop into our Our cabin meetings and our cabarets just to say hello to our to our members because they know what we're going through and they've been there they started where we started and they just wanted to say hello and tell our members to keep going keep fighting. It was incredible. And i'm again if edmund for covid we probably never would have made those connections right. Hopefully they'll continue to work with promote and help us and brigandage the same. I know the first thing that we're all gonna do is. We're gonna get care to go see jagged little pill that casseus jon allen krill has been a great friend to us done a couple things for us in the cabaret and then actually let us use his christmas song on our fundraiser. It was incredible. I think for our first attempt here. I hope we have droned on until too many stories. But that's what podcast is right. We're not a serial podcast for next week. You find out how. Ed how many stitches. How how many. How many fingers healing we. We're talking to data. And she was like you know we should think about a throughput or something. I don't like jokes out of something to each week that we can do. We should talk about how each week a vh member comes on and talks about their covert injury. Because everybody. i've talked to his head hurt themselves in the kitchen one way or another because we're all learning how to re cooker got something but the one thing that we are going to do is a little theatrical or trivia. Got to be totally honest. I know a lot of music trivia. And i know a lot of tv trivia. Like i could name every character and gilligan's island in every episode but theater trivial tough. So we're going to start tonight. And i'm going to see if i can stump ed ready. Ed yeah you gotta make it hard one. It's a hard one all right so this adds this has to do with origins of voices of hope. Okay what is the connection between aida in very first song that we sang in october of two thousand nine which was five hundred and sixty thousand. Actually seasons of love is the name of the shower. So what is the. What is the connection between two in seasons of love. I in seasons of love. There's a connect. Yeah there is a connection. And i think i know s what that is a world. Oh stay tuned. Next they tell that would be the broadway production of eva starred adam. Pascal as roma's in seasons of love from brent also starred adam pascal. so there's the connection next week you're gonna you're gonna ask me in bay wolf That's right up on your theater trivia because next podcast is going to be a hard one. Our necks podcasts will have some guests we are hoping to bring in some of the theater groups some of the smaller groups around that do the same work we do. Some of our friends from voices of pope our board members our sponsors come in and tell their stories because everybody has a story in. It's really what we want to get out. There is very is their story and keep it going so ed. Thank you for the first podcast. We did it. Yeah thank you. Thanks for putting together. I think it's gonna be really fun. Hopefully folks will find us interesting. We'll finally the topics interesting and the folks that we get on to come. As our guest speakers will without generate interest in their communities will start getting a nice following. You did mention that direction hanson. You'll be found piece that we did a crane's estate Folks go to our website. Vh boston dot org. It's right on our landing page and it is pretty amazing. The video work that was done by this crew just straight on shots and also the drone shots and the other part of that production was the switch orchestra. The high school orchestra. That was also an incredible. That will is just absolutely. I was just so blown away by the talent of these kids. Just fantastic the other thing. I'd like to say is anywhere. There's a podcast that you listen to. we're there. It's called the cardinal cafe voices of hope and we are out there I could name them all but we are international stars two now but it will also be on our website. Starting next week the podcast will be on our our landing page. Vh boston dot org c. Can click there as well if you know anybody that would like to be a sponsor for this podcast. Just go to website and send me an email as well. I just want to thank dante. Bolt our engineer. Who put this together. Dare darren beset. Who allowed us uses song northern winds for the beautiful opening and closing all right. Well thank you until everybody keep listening and hope you come back actually if you want to go to our website and of some feedback on the podcast. We'd love to hear it really lush feedback in some some thoughts of what you'd like to hear in theater. People never give their opinions. When all i did have a good week and next week. All right looking forward to a gregg.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

08:28 min | 1 hr ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"Did i got tackled by an avocado knife. Remember the spoon takes out the pit. Not yeah absolutely from now on. So as i said. This is our very first attempt at the cardinal cafe. We have a lot of fun ideas that we hope you'll enjoy in come along with us. Some of the ideas we've talked about are bringing some of our friends in from voices of hope to talk about their stories but basically what we'd like to do is just show the people out there. What the arts can do yards can be very healing. Voices of hope is a cancer research funding organization. We go out and we get donations through the arts. There are a lot of other groups out there That we work within. That have contacted us over the years. We want to kind of bring them in and have them tell their story. We have a lot of other groups out there that do great work within the theater community and have them tell their story as well just to sort of add to what you're saying you know one of the things that we're really trying to put a spotlight on. Here's we wanna show the people that are in the arts these people doing good things through the arts and also people that are in the arts. That are doing good on there. There's so many of these folks out there. Yeah it's it's amazing how we all kind of interact with one another in mix and match and how we work together to keep the arts going. This is going to be a lot of conversation about how we are all trying to stay afloat during cogan even if we get the vaccine june july august. There's going to be a lot of non theater having and twenty twenty one lot of the theater. Groups live show to show and we wanna talk about how they're doing how people can help support them same with us. How we get support love to bring in and talk to some of our sponsors as to why they support us because they have a lot of their own stories as well. Then as i said a lot of our members have very personal stories mass. You either with voices of hope so we got a lot of fun things planned. We might throw a little sports ball for some of our friends at our avid fans and voices of hope. Sings at all the The red sox celtics patriots We do a lot of national anthems for a lot of local colleges as well. So when you're with us you gotta have. You gotta have a little sports ball knowledge but since this is our first one in some of the people who will be listening to this. Actually they're gonna be listening all over the world because we're on international platforms all of the ones that you can get a podcast on. We were out there kind of want to talk a little bit about the origins of voices of hope. How edna i met. I think ed wood was our first show together and colonial chorus working. Or were you in. It was yeah. I was in working. That was the show that we the lights went out during the opening number. That's that's what. That's what ed and i met just just like i two years ago. Maybe wish working before once on this island yes because after that i produced once on the right. And that's when you said you would never produce another show f for kids and here we are using. And i've known for a long time. We've done many many shows but the show that we were doing and the origins of voices of hope in two thousand nine was aida at arlington friends of the drama. A beautiful show one. That i didn't almost do. And when we have our directed dana siegel on. She can talk about that. Fun story teller. How almost didn't happen. So yeah edna. Were doing that show when my mom passed away from pancreatic cancer. She actually passed. I think it was opening night while i know you went home. Thirteen week. She was failing during tech week. So i went back home to indiana. Wake up to be there with her at the end because she went into hospice back at the house they had to drop out of aida. The show was opening and she passed just before the show went. Open coming back a couple of weeks later. I think we did three weekends. I think is three weekends. Two weeks later. I came home after the funeral and doing some other stuff to help set up back home. The cast invited me back in. I was like no. I some lance arnold. Actually a friend of a lot of people here took my spot filled in for two weeks when i came back. No no come back and do the last last weekend with us you. You need this and i did and they. Ed was the one who went with me the week and helped me remember the Harvey right i. One of the choreography was with those giant sticks. In know what i was doing. I'd kill somebody on. So that was your dance captain. Yes my dance captain and for all of you know that no you can appreciate that. They opened their arms and their hearts and welcome back and it was During that time in the green room talking to others and having them tell me their stories of how cancer affected their lives. Voices of hope was sparked. I knew i wanted to do something. Theater was what i did for recreation. In for fun Back then i was working in the The stock market and banking and stuff like that for real job. I wanted to give back in some way so we created this one night show in october. Twenty two thousand nine but you ought to tell them the funny story about opening night with you guys in how mom affected opening night we think oh my god that was there was there was so funny. We yeah you're right it was. It was opening night. And we're about maybe forty five minutes before curtain. Everybody is in the green room. We're getting ready in yup. Like you said all of a sudden there was a power outage in the neighborhood in arlington. You know we were checking with national grid or an star. Whoever the power company was in we kept on getting. Oh yeah the power is going to be back on. We can do it in a half an hour or an hour. We had a lot of the people. It was almost a sold out house. People were out in the street. We couldn't be in the theater so dana. My wife said you guys you gotta go out. You gotta go. Just mingle with people. Don't try to keep as many people here as possible. If we get the power back we can still put the show on so sure enough. We went out in full costume on. I think we even did a couple of pieces from the show just to keep them entertained and sure enough about forty five minutes after curtain was supposed to go up. Power came back on in so we went in and we did the show. We got all the way to the end of the show. It was amazing. It was a fantastic show in just as we were doing our bows everybody. The entire cast comes out in. Of course the two leads aida in rod amaze are the last two to come out and take their bow in just before they came out. The lights went out again. The emergency lights in the theater came on. You know people had their cell phones out and they came out and they took their final bow under the emergency lights. It had that happened five minutes all the emotion that was building up with her. Just been killed. But but your mom made sure dana. Yeah i got a text that i think was from somebody when the lights went out and said tell your mom it's okay we can have the show without you very funny it was. It was just very ironic. It was also ironic that our first show together on the very first night at the very for show united together. The power went out and reading and colonial course but we we entire number. We finished the number. Everybody was in their final position in a lights. Came back on the opening number rather all because of a coffee maker of community theatre plug in the coffee maker. it's in the same circuit as the lights. The aida experience brought me back to Wanting to give back and the only way was to raise money with my theatrical friends and after hearing their stories. I asked if you guys to come and do a show one night show In october of two thousand nine and we ended up raising seventeen thousand dollars at the next theatre they are now winchester and then we're like oh that's great. We did a great thing. I was very happy somebody else said. Hey you wanna do that for us. We went for the next door.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

07:57 min | 1 hr ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"Healing. Voices of hope is a cancer research funding organization. We go out and we get donations through the arts. There are a lot of other groups out there That we work within. That have contacted us over the years. We want to kind of bring them in and have them tell their story. We have a lot of other groups out there that do great work within the theater community and have them tell their story as well just to sort of add to what you're saying you know one of the things that we're really trying to put a spotlight on. Here's we wanna show the people that are in the arts these people doing good things through the arts and also people that are in the arts. That are doing good on there. There's so many of these folks out there. Yeah it's it's amazing how we all kind of interact with one another in mix and match and how we work together to keep the arts going. This is going to be a lot of conversation about how we are all trying to stay afloat during cogan even if we get the vaccine june july august. There's going to be a lot of non theater having and twenty twenty one lot of the theater. Groups live show to show and we wanna talk about how they're doing how people can help support them same with us. How we get support love to bring in and talk to some of our sponsors as to why they support us because they have a lot of their own stories as well. Then as i said a lot of our members have very personal stories mass. You either with voices of hope so we got a lot of fun things planned. We might throw a little sports ball for some of our friends at our avid fans and voices of hope. Sings at all the The red sox celtics patriots We do a lot of national anthems for a lot of local colleges as well. So when you're with us you gotta have. You gotta have a little sports ball knowledge but since this is our first one in some of the people who will be listening to this. Actually they're gonna be listening all over the world because we're on international platforms all of the ones that you can get a podcast on. We were out there kind of want to talk a little bit about the origins of voices of hope. How edna i met. I think ed wood was our first show together and colonial chorus working. Or were you in. It was yeah. I was in working. That was the show that we the lights went out during the opening number. That's that's what. That's what ed and i met just just like i two years ago. Maybe wish working before once on this island yes because after that i produced once on the right. And that's when you said you would never produce another show f for kids and here we are using. And i've known for a long time. We've done many many shows but the show that we were doing and the origins of voices of hope in two thousand nine was aida at arlington friends of the drama. A beautiful show one. That i didn't almost do. And when we have our directed dana siegel on. She can talk about that. Fun story teller. How almost didn't happen. So yeah edna. Were doing that show when my mom passed away from pancreatic cancer. She actually passed. I think it was opening night while i know you went home. Thirteen week. She was failing during tech week. So i went back home to indiana. Wake up to be there with her at the end because she went into hospice back at the house they had to drop out of aida. The show was opening and she passed just before the show went. Open coming back a couple of weeks later. I think we did three weekends. I think is three weekends. Two weeks later. I came home after the funeral and doing some other stuff to help set up back home. The cast invited me back in. I was like no. I some lance arnold. Actually a friend of a lot of people here took my spot filled in for two weeks when i came back. No no come back and do the last last weekend with us you. You need this and i did and they. Ed was the one who went with me the week and helped me remember the Harvey right i. One of the choreography was with those giant sticks. In know what i was doing. I'd kill somebody on. So that was your dance captain. Yes my dance captain and for all of you know that no you can appreciate that. They opened their arms and their hearts and welcome back and it was During that time in the green room talking to others and having them tell me their stories of how cancer affected their lives. Voices of hope was sparked. I knew i wanted to do something. Theater was what i did for recreation. In for fun Back then i was working in the The stock market and banking and stuff like that for real job. I wanted to give back in some way so we created this one night show in october. Twenty two thousand nine but you ought to tell them the funny story about opening night with you guys in how mom affected opening night we think oh my god that was there was there was so funny. We yeah you're right it was. It was opening night. And we're about maybe forty five minutes before curtain. Everybody is in the green room. We're getting ready in yup. Like you said all of a sudden there was a power outage in the neighborhood in arlington. You know we were checking with national grid or an star. Whoever the power company was in we kept on getting. Oh yeah the power is going to be back on. We can do it in a half an hour or an hour. We had a lot of the people. It was almost a sold out house. People were out in the street. We couldn't be in the theater so dana. My wife said you guys you gotta go out. You gotta go. Just mingle with people. Don't try to keep as many people here as possible. If we get the power back we can still put the show on so sure enough. We went out in full costume on. I think we even did a couple of pieces from the show just to keep them entertained and sure enough about forty five minutes after curtain was supposed to go up. Power came back on in so we went in and we did the show. We got all the way to the end of the show. It was amazing. It was a fantastic show in just as we were doing our bows everybody. The entire cast comes out in. Of course the two leads aida in rod amaze are the last two to come out and take their bow in just before they came out. The lights went out again. The emergency lights in the theater came on. You know people had their cell phones out and they came out and they took their final bow under the emergency lights. It had that happened five minutes all the emotion that was building up with her. Just been killed. But but your mom made sure dana. Yeah i got a text that i think was from somebody when the lights went out and said tell your mom it's okay we can have the show without you very funny it was. It was just very ironic. It was also ironic that our first show together on the very first night at the very for show united together. The power went out and reading and colonial course but we we entire number. We finished the number. Everybody was in their final position in a lights. Came back on the opening number rather all because of a coffee maker of community theatre plug in the coffee maker. it's in the same circuit as the lights. The aida experience brought me back to Wanting to give back and the only way was to raise money with my theatrical friends and after hearing their stories. I asked if you guys to come and do a show one night show In october of two thousand nine and we ended up raising seventeen thousand dollars at the next theatre they are now winchester and then we're like oh that's great. We did a great thing. I was very happy somebody else said. Hey you wanna do that for us. We went for the next door.

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Pope Francis arrives in Baghdad amid tight security

Anna Davlantes

00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Pope Francis arrives in Baghdad amid tight security

"To the Muslim majority Nations. Cardinal Blaze superstar of the arch, the archbishop of Chicago, says the pope's trip comes amid growing violence in the city. I don't think you should naive about the risk, but he is placing is trust in and God that this effort can bring about some good The pope will be visiting the home of the leader of Iraq's Shia Muslims and meeting with Iraq's president and prime minister. An employee with the village of Maywood is

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Archdiocese of Chicago permits Catholics to take J&J vaccine

Chicago Tonight

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Archdiocese of Chicago permits Catholics to take J&J vaccine

"Archdiocese of chicago is standing with the vatican and telling the catholic faithful that the johnson and johnson vaccine is morally morally permissible. This is a contrast of the archdiocese of saint louis in new orleans where officials say that because the vaccine was produced using a cell line derived from an aborted fetus that that particular vaccine is morally compromised advising parisioners to opt for the pfizer or modern vaccines but chicago cardinal blaze pitch who is fully vaccinated along with pope francis advised followers to register for the vaccine as soon as possible

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Bonus #7   "An Audience of One"     Larry Wilson - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:19 min | 5 d ago

Bonus #7 "An Audience of One" Larry Wilson - burst 1

"I don't really tell jokes. So i think it just not sort of what i do when i think when someone says oh jack i always think of our good friend. Kevin pollock who. I used to play poker with a lot in los angeles and kevin will be cracking up the whole table stuff. I remember joke that he told one time that. Let him right cambridge. Oh so. I'll tell. I can't wait. I love oh. My god these kevin story to back you know but I love the joke especially in kevin. Does he does all these accents. And cardinal these ten tastic hughes of the oh. I'm just on behalf of the joke. Here old greenish miller chairman sitting around a men's club and they're ruminating about their history and there's some younger men there and when the older and says oh originals captured younger champs about the time you came face to face with a man eating tiger in burma and originals only head of causing cultural experience or out in the bush search and had no idea while the movie i cooled open some of the grass and there. I was face to face with an eight hundred thousand ryan. I'm ashamed to say. I told myself what are the younger men says. Walk to miller. I wouldn't feel bad at all. Anyone were over to have that reaction with man eating lion into residences. No i meant just now when i went. I love that

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JJ Watt leaves Houston for Arizona

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:16 sec | 6 d ago

JJ Watt leaves Houston for Arizona

"J. J. Watt has ended his free agency early as a three time NFL defensive player of the year, agrees to a two year $31 million deal with the Arizona Cardinals with 23 million guaranteed. The 31 year old was released by the Houston Texans after 10 years and leaves is the franchises all time leader in sacks with

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J.J. Watt agrees to 2-year deal with Cardinals

NFL Live

00:11 sec | 6 d ago

J.J. Watt agrees to 2-year deal with Cardinals

"News today. Jj watt heading to arizona. He's chosen the cardinals as its destination. After leaving the texans. He broke the news himself on twitter today and already receiving some reaction from his new

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Arizona Cardinals acquire J.J. Watt

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Arizona Cardinals acquire J.J. Watt

"Of football star announces. His future longtime houston. Texans defensive end. Jj watt is joining the arizona cardinals less than three weeks. Since watt got released from the texans upon his request he tweeted a photo of himself lifting weights and in arizona cardinals shirt. He simply wrote source me as take it from the horse's mouth. I'm a cardinal. Jj watt contract reported to be for two years at thirty one million dollars. Twenty three million guaranteed for the thirty one year old ten year. Nfl veteran his time to this point spent entirely with the texans where he was a five time first team. All pro at the william hill. Us sportsbook odds on the cardinals to win. Their division title went from seven to one down between five and six to one now with extra wattage on the

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Should I Obtain A Complex Endorsement in 2021?

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

03:10 min | Last week

Should I Obtain A Complex Endorsement in 2021?

"Go dive right into this and Talk a little bit about the endorsement and the complex aircraft. You know that something. That i've been hearing a lot in some emails and some chatter on the board at i get on is especially some of the folks that are having their children going out and they're paying for their their training. They're saying oh. They don't need a complex endorsement and they say what is it really still relevant and And i think it is relevant. I think the complex endorsement is relevant for many reasons. But the one reason that i tell people. I think it's relevant. I feel it just helps make you a better pilot. And that's that's my opinion. It's something that actually help you grow as a pilot and if you do want to move up to other aircraft gonna need to get a complex endorsement. Even if you're deciding not to go into complex aircraft it's great to just have there and there's many many reasons to do that. I'd also like to hear from you. Guys a am bill. I know we. We went out flying the other day. We'll talk a little bit about that here in a second and a diamond aircraft. But you know do you think Complex endorsement is still relevant. Well of course we can make us real short. Yes of course we do I i got a lot of my ratings way back when As i think you know a lot of people are thinking it's not relevant anymore. You don't necessarily need the complex endorsement to get your commercial rating anymore You know i did My ratings back when you did you had to do that. You had to have that well. Let's you know. We haven't really said this yet. Carl what is a complex endorsement and a complex airplane and we're talking about an airplane where they controllable prop the constant speed prop tractable geared flaps. And that you know. Typically your piper arrow cessna cardinal airplanes like that account as the the those those entry level complex people get their Endorsements in it and you had to have that back when i got my commercial rating You know in the in the dark days and you're absolutely right. It makes you think more about the the systems the airplane stay ahead of the airplane whether you Actually go on to get your commercial rating or not definitely helps with that yeah. I agree with that bill. And and tom just real quickly. What what are your feelings. As far as the complex endorsement you still give people that are complex endorsement. When you're training them maybe they're thinking about becoming instructors. Sure and you know. I mean it. It's it's definitely still relevant. I agree with what you said about it. I think it makes you a better pilot You know Like bill said it's it's not a requirement for the Commercial certificate anymore but It is still Something that will will help you as a pile of it it it. It's it's that next level of learning systems and just being aware and You wanna talk about you know being always on your checklists and things like that you know remembering to put the gear down as is very important part of a flow that You know it's something everybody should learn when they're flying especially as you start getting up into the higher

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Spring Training 2021: MLB's Plan To Prevent Outbreaks

ESPN Daily

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Spring Training 2021: MLB's Plan To Prevent Outbreaks

"Jeff. What's the plan around health and safety to get to something resembling normal in spring training. I mean there's a hundred page document that lays out an extremely granular fashion. What baseball is trying to do to prevent outbreaks and you remember pablo. We talked about last year. We saw with the miami marlins with saint louis. Cardinals teams are susceptible to that. I will say a very positive thing. That happened already is major league. Baseball's first round of intake testing where they had four thousand three hundred thirty six tests. They didn't give the number of tests subjects but among those tests only thirteen came back positive. It's a very very small number. If there is an outbreak pablo it would not surprise me at all considering the way that people at spring training or around one. Another so much but They are abiding by distancing protocols. They're limiting the number of players. Nobody's allowed to go out. And the hope is that over time as players get vaccinated that will change but for the time being. It's very similar to the way that they operated toward the end of last season.

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MLB announces revised 2021 Spring Training schedule

Mo Egger

02:30 min | 3 weeks ago

MLB announces revised 2021 Spring Training schedule

"Major league baseball announcing this afternoon. A revised two thousand twenty one spring training schedule with times. Cactus league teams like the reds are gonna play twenty. Eight came across thirty days with two off days and grapefruit. League clubs will play a regionalized scheduled. To mitigate travel afford the reds. They will start now. A day later than was originally planned reds playing the indians in goodyear on february the twenty eighth. We are sixteen days away from that. They'll have a day off on saturday march. Sixth on monday march twenty second. Finish up the cactus league on monday. March twenty ninth. They'll have to off days and then open the season in cincinnati against the saint. Louis cardinals a lot of these games we are. I think used for the most part spring training games taking place during the day and they've had more games at night in recent years certainly the last decade since they moved to arizona. I as a sarasota and before then plant city. The number of night games was typically pretty small. And there's been a few more. In recent years there are more for instance that first week of games. They played two games during the day and then four games at six o'clock mountain time. Eight o'clock here and then after that one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fifteen games in spring training which is not usual in fact. I'm looking here at their home games during the week pretty much. All of their home games are going to be at night. They have three saturday home games and then they have to. One o'clock games that are played during the day. And my guess here is. Maybe and i haven't looked at this. Because i'm kind of doing this on the is you could probably tell his night games against the indians to this year facility with but i wonder if that's in part because they want the indians to go and not travel as much so they're gonna play day games. I don't know but nonetheless more night games than usual but the date you care about. First game is against cleveland in goodyear february. The twenty eighth twenty. Cactus league games and thirty days there remains the possibility that cactus league games at least in the early going are gonna be five innings or seven innings. Just because there's not going to be as many guys in camp. At least at the outset we will see we will see sixteen days between now and and

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Anzu's Plan to Evolve In-Game Advertising with CEO Itamar Benedy

Esports Network Podcast

04:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Anzu's Plan to Evolve In-Game Advertising with CEO Itamar Benedy

"Any of these Sports networks other properties on this episode of the E Sports Network podcast for bringing back a gasp from about a year ago wage a little more bonetti. He's the co-founder and CEO of on zoo in a more. Welcome back to the Shelf. Hey meets great to be here tomorrow is on the show back in February of 2020 where we discussed the growth of in-game advertising age people who miss that show or too many of our new listeners since then on to his a platform that makes it easier for braids to get into video game worlds and for developers to open up more potential White spaces in their games for Grants Pass. I'll do is work with Publishers like Ubisoft at lide Castle to deliver Brayden moments for major. It's like Samsung Pepsi American Eagle and many more Esports. We've seen it gave ads take Auto larger role especially patiently League of Legends open up space in summoner's Rift and it was filled by MasterCard an Alienware among other partners and just this morning as a record this on Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 rocket League announced that Ford is going to take over there it gave Billboards for the upcoming which are major on zoo also had a big adults with this what the platform recently raised nine million dollars in additional capital in around Kool-Aid buyback Fetchers and hbse Ventures. There is participation by plenty more investors, of course, including Mark Merrill, one of the two founders of Riot games, this follows two other funny raises of three and five million. So in Mark Gratz of the race, first of all, what are the plans for this capital? Yeah, thank you Mitch. So as you said we raised 9 million dollars beatcraft is one of our previous investors are still leading gaming Esports v c. B c is a new VC which comes from the sport world and a lot of touchpoints around gaming and then other investors are wpp the biggest advertising group in the world, which is also like in the existing investor and Sony Innovation fund, you know, Sony is one of the biggest gaming groups in the world and the owner of PlayStation. So that's a privilege to have them on board Mark Romero the founder and chairman of road games on League of Legends. As you mentioned didn't call ins the founder and CEO of super awesome that recently got acquired by epic games and the Chicago Cubs. Yeah, the baseball team go Ventures and gainesville's and illumine Adventures. So a very crowded and exciting structure of invest investors to have on board. I'm a Cardinals fan so we'll let the dog So invested things slide, I guess but grats on all the different people who came together you mentioned before we started recording you were in the position that every founder kind of hopes. They find themselves in which is we have a few people. We have a different options for Capital so we can pick the people that make the most strategic sense for us going forward. What did you find from the mobile the different investors? What were you looking for? Especially as guiding parts of the company to push it Forward? Sure. So I mean, you know what this round was not about it was not about as fast as we could have fine as it like very very fast as what it was about bringing the best structure. Number one number two, it was about, you know to maximize shareholder value. We could raise almost double the amount but we didn't want to make sense. This is the amount of cash we need for next stage Rose and then in the future if it's a year from now or two years from now we can do another round off. For that makes sense. So we were not looking at at you know, these things it was more about we have a lot of confidence in him. Advertising is going to become a major business model for game divorce across all platforms, through PC Mobile and an important ads category four Brands media agencies and the ESPYs and and the question is how fast can that happen or more sneaking about big Brands big Publishers not easy companies to convince them to do something new. So when we meet partners that can help us to make this happen faster than wages. Are we get excited one form to partner is again investment one is a strategic partnership and they can elaborate more of some of the Partnerships we have in place and some of them is people who join our team. So that was what was guiding us and looking at the different, you know buckets of we are investors came from there is some you know, some like VCS and financial institutions. There is advertising and groups. There is game. Groups and there is a sports organizations that have a lot of touch point in going to become an important overlap in my opinion the next two years. And of course there is like with the values that we want to group represents and communicate us companies gauges as the leading investor for equal opportunity and Which choice for us an important to him and announcement to basically said if the world that was how we were looking at it that's a great place to be at

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Biden, Harris Get Virtual Tour of Arizona Vaccination Site

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden, Harris Get Virtual Tour of Arizona Vaccination Site

"Vice President Harris are getting a virtual tour of a Corona virus Vaccination center at a stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The virtual tours being conducted by Dr Keira Crist, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services. State Farm Stadium is the 1st 24 7 vaccination site in Arizona. We are averaging between 8000 and 9000 vaccines per day. State Farm Stadium is home to the Arizona Cardinals. The NFL team the new administration is trying to aggressively ramp up vaccinations across the U. S. The NFL is offering the federal government use of the league stadiums for coronavirus vaccinations during the off season.

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Pope appoints first woman Under-Secretary with right to vote in Synod of Bishops

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | Last month

Pope appoints first woman Under-Secretary with right to vote in Synod of Bishops

"Pope Francis has appointed a woman is an undersecretary of the Cenote of bishops. Sister Natalie. Big Car will also be the first woman with the right to vote in the Senate and which is the body of bishops that studies major questions of doctrine. She's been a consultant at the center since 2019. Its secretary general, Cardinal Mario Greg said her appointment signal the pope's desire that women be more involved in the church's decision making bodies.

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Nolan Arenado traded to Cardinals; Rockies to pay large share of his remaining salary

Broncos Country Tonight

01:07 min | Last month

Nolan Arenado traded to Cardinals; Rockies to pay large share of his remaining salary

"Nolan are not on trade that is official, according to John Marosi. Volume on Twitter at John Marosi is MLB network says the Rockies air paying Nolan are not those $35 million salary this season. The Rockies were paying that 15 million is owed to the Cardinals in this calendar year with the remaining 20 million deferred and as we understand it The upwards of 50 million total in this deal. The Rockies are paying. They will not have to pay all of it if no one are not O ops out. Yes. If he opts out, they won't have to pay the prorated portion beyond that s O. There's zumba relief, I guess, um But looking at the way I think the growth he said it best if you looked away that This thing plays out, Iraqis actually increase their payroll this year. I saw that by by the way, it is up working because they have to pay that salary and the added all of these prospects, they're gonna end up increasing their salary. This year. Now they'll save over the

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AP source: Cardinals to acquire Arenado from Rockies

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

AP source: Cardinals to acquire Arenado from Rockies

"The St Louis cardinals have agreed to acquire no one hour and I don't want to trade with Colorado this from a person familiar with the deal who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity the source indicates the Rockies will get multiple players and will send a large amount of cash to the Redbirds winner of eight straight gold gloves the twenty nine year old or not it was set to make thirty five million dollars in twenty twenty one the cards made the trade knowing five time all star are not has an opt out clause after the twenty twenty one season Bruce Morton Denver

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Government and Canada's main airlines agree to suspend service to Mexico and all Caribbean destinations until April 30

Mandy Connell

00:26 sec | Last month

Government and Canada's main airlines agree to suspend service to Mexico and all Caribbean destinations until April 30

"Because of the new covert 19 variants. Canadian airline West yet announcing it is temporarily suspending all flights to Mexico and the Caribbean at the request of the Canadian government West yet is canceling all flights to sun destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean. In response to New Cove, it variants Canada is implementing rules like mandatory quarantine in a hotel when somebody arrives in the country like stone. ABC News New York Cardinal

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The Cubs Are Sitting Pretty in the NLC

Cubs Weekly Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

The Cubs Are Sitting Pretty in the NLC

"They can look at the division. Tony you look at all the teams that the cubs have to but up against dan. We haven't seen a whole bunch of the squads in the central be. You know they haven't made a whole bunch of moves during this off season and in the cubs they're in that basket as well so when it comes to being competitive in the division right now. I think jed hoyer and david rawson as well as myself. I think everyone is of the mindset that this cubs team they can go out there and twenty twenty one and compete no matter what a yeah i think so for sure i mean you look at this division in every single team. All five of them has gotten significantly worse on paper going into twenty twenty one compared to twenty twenty you know the the reds are losing. Trevor bauer who. We talked about earlier in the podcast. I think you traded rozelle glossiest the angels. The potential transcending gray like who knows. We'll see some of that archie. Bradley was it was another pitcher. They acquired at the trade deadline atop reliever for them. He's gone cardinals. Have lost a lot of veteran guys as well. The pirates are trading away. Anybody of value right now in the brewers have you know declined to options are not options for guys like ryan braun and and so on so yeah off five teams really right now. Don't look better on paper than they did last year. But that doesn't mean that there's a wide open division for the cubs to go claiming i think right now the cubs have one of the best teams on paper. They have a manager. Year finalist david. Ross they have all those poor guys in the mvp candidates that we talked about before that if there are bounceback season from a couple of all of those guys than this offense is in much better shape than it was last year. So i think the real big question is just pitching for them you know. Where does the pitching come from from the cubs but yeah i think right now they can compete certainly with any team in the division

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More Sheep than You Can Count: Transfinite Cardinal Numbers

Breaking Math Podcast

02:08 min | Last month

More Sheep than You Can Count: Transfinite Cardinal Numbers

"What are we talking about today. We're talking about cardinal. Infinity is obviously yes now. You you said infinity's the i love the title. If i may real quick the title of the show is more sheep than you can count obviously. That's an allusion to infinity. I love it a fantastic and the reason why we chose that is because there are sets of things collections of things that cannot be counted and And i mean there's a very real sense like not even all the real numbers right like not real numbers. All natural numbers right one two three four five et cetera. You can count all of them. Theoretically they are called countable because you can put them all in a list that has the first item at the first place the second item at the second place on and on and cover all of them. There are some sets. You cannot do that. With and one of those sets is the set of real numbers. And we'll show why on here but basically you cannot. You cannot list all the real numbers in any way shape or form. You will always leave things out any list no matter if it's infinitely long the really nuanced facts about infinity and that will we've we've realized in the field of mathematics and the last two hundred years one thing. I love about this episode. Though is i got especially interested in this topic when i taught sixth grade math. And what's cool is we're going to get into this in a little while but we had to do these socratic seminars. At the school. I taught out it was a charter. School and the kids started exploring infinity completely on their own and they had these group discussions that got into this and what i found a wonderful is there are. There's absolute overlap between some of their discussions. Like i think one of the topics that was brought up was does a circle. Have the same amount of points as a sphere and yes. I kid you not that we had sixth-graders talking about this socratic discussion. Not not everything was maybe correct in that discussion but most touches on the kind of cardinal anthony that we're gonna talk about today for example the answer to the question of does a circle have the same amount of points. A sphere surprisingly is yes and we will find out why.

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Memorial to remember coronavirus victims among pre-Inauguration Day events in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | Last month

Memorial to remember coronavirus victims among pre-Inauguration Day events in Washington DC

"There will be a memorial service for the nearly 400,000 Americans who have died from the pandemic. At 5 30. The memorial will feature the lighting around the reflecting pool at the Lincoln Memorial and hundreds of towns and cities across the country plan to join in Washington Catholic Archbishop Cardinal Wilton Gregory will deliver the invocation. And then there will be a gospel singer Yolanda Adams, who will perform this is the first ever lighting around the reflecting pool of the Lincoln Memorial.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Well, momber. WHERE MOM It was snowing was Denver, but the chiefs winning without the Magic A- Pat Mahomes. He's fine. He's not losing the game. He's at the game. He's. He's he's got so many weapons. He spread the ball around, but they used to win on his back, and now it's just a collective team effort Levian Bell I run was great sixteen yards or something news fine. What did you think about Belle's debut in this otherwise pretty boring game It was great to see him apart of a contending team in reinventing himself and don't underestimate. Brown, and now we're talking about bill. They used to be best players at what they do. Now they're vets. Trying to play roles contending teams. In the steelers are undefeated. So it just shows you how the league comes at you really fast. Here's what the chiefs are doing. That is jeans. When. You pay somebody as much as they pay. Patrick Mahomes. Got To protect them. It's almost like. The best furniture in your house or the Best Ardenne your house those are the rule to people don't sit in. Protective. Now. It's a holiday bring out the best dishes bring out the best civil where. We're GONNA celebrate with all. Right. Got The great.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Staying in the division and turning our attention to the Cleveland browns. We have some breaking news that Odell Beckham junior has a torn ACL and will be out for the season. It was this play kind of a freak accident that put him out for the season also put him out for the game wins identify after he was out for the Game Baker, Mayfield been on a tear he was twenty, two, twenty three with the only incompletion being a spiked ball, and then he threw this ball to people's Jones in the end zone to win the game, the Bengals, but Jalen, we start with Odell, Beckham Junior. How does this injury impact him in the Cleveland browns moving forward? When Odell and the Huddle Baker Mayfield because he's considered one of the best at what he does it. All Dell looks at how is more of a one but without doubt, it's a need from everyone else and that's what you see. A guy like people's People's Jones making his first catch at a season as a game winning td because now as a quarterback Jacoby, he gets to assess the foot wall play in decide going to spray the ball to and not necessarily have the cater to my number one receiver. Now, this shouldn't be the case for a got it plays that position but literally, this does happen for some of those quarterbacks it Baker clearly fell into that category yesterday. Absolutely I, think there is something to be said for the fact that when you have a superstar receiving, I'm calling Odell Beckham Junior's superstar. He has had that production with the giants that you sort of he's in your mind. Are We gave him? The ball enough is getting touch run a plays form are they doubling.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

03:37 min | 4 months ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Jalen and Jacoby presented by Samuel Adams. Rose I'm David Jacoby Jalen. What is? That we do. We. Know. Sat. There is so much to discuss the day we have an update on the status of Del Beckham, junior, it is not good news this also really bad news for the cowboys, but we start with the NFL action ended last night, and this is espn the you're watching. But when it's Jalen Jacoby, sometimes it turns into the Cardinals News Network. That's right. We picked the cardinals weeks ago. This was going to be team and it paid off last night in crazy back and forth overtime win for those cardinals with Kinda. Murray? Out. Russell Wilson Russell Wilson Jalen what did you see from the young quarterback for the car? I saw the cardinals actually coronate a franchise quarterback in Kyle Murray in his leadership been commanded, he has on his teammates in the respected he's Garner not only throwing the football but running the football where you had an all pro receiver light Andrea Hopkins go into Cliff Kingsbury system and you have veterans like Larry Fitzgerald this young man has grown until himself and so now to see that evolution, they play against somebody like Russell Wilson basically was the shorter quarterback who pave the way they both played baseball at some point in their careers infant them the show upon that state and be led by Kyla Murray is refreshing to see him become a franchise quarterback. Early in this game didn't feel like the seahawks with. Maybe. A whole home victory for the seahawks they was down to feed. But nope, the seahawks refused to play a normal football game. There are so many weird things that happen this game. So he mistakes, Lake Kingsbury kicking field goal on second down on second down kicking a field goal. However, Russell Wilson made some mistakes and none bigger than this one with only a minute left in overtime this past I mean this. This. Just over a minute left in overtime and he throws a terrible interception. It wasn't his only interception on the day. He had three. Jalen. Three interceptions I duNno. If he's exactly lock for the MVP after this performance, what do you think about Russell? Wilson last name And again, going into this game, I'll told you that the cars do a great job with defending the deep ball. Russell. Wilson was the best at doing it and also they make you pay for those mistakes. That's the key. A lot of times players that end up playing defensive backs are converted wide receivers from pop warner a high school because they didn't have hands and so far the cardinals. There's one thing to be position. It's another thing to take it to the house. and. Those guys were making big time plays against Russell Wilson and that's and that's crucial when you're trying to get a win on Sundays who'd a baker was on his way to the house? Tk Metcalf tracked him down with an unreal play that had the seahawks won we would have been celebrating for the rest of the season. However, it was Kyle Mary leading the cardinals to this victory. This one thing that happened during this game that people are discussing I need to get your take on because it is controversial. Archive, Andrea caught a touchdown with one on one on the left sideline of the field and right before camera let go of the ball people are saying he smiled. I'm not so sure take a look.

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"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

The Storyteller

04:27 min | 5 months ago

"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

"Thankful that. that. When I've rededicated my life that. I wanted to be. Be Serious about it. and. That the Lord would. You know through the different trials that I go through. Before this, like even after this that the Lord has helped me through. All that and. Facing. Different situations like dealing with death that. Of A mom and of a brother. If I. Didn't have the Lord in my heart it would be very hard. To deal with some of that in how he's helped me through lake answering my prayers and. Having different. Ones. Being there encouraging me and. Through getting to know him to through his word. My mom and I didn't have. The greatest relationship? But. Through the power of forgiveness it was. So neat to see how the Lord work things out. We both had keys when my mom passed on and. There is no. Regrets but like how the Lord worked it out in his time of to make things right between us and. I'm just so thankful for the parents said he did give me. And I, look forward seeing her in heaven again someday. Each of us are centers and we need to be. If we have that heavy conviction like if he's speaking to us. Not to let that go and. This is why I chose to give. Her to accept the Lord into my heart because. I needed. My sins to be forgiven for the things that I did against. My parents in a whole lot of other people. and. Now that. I did. He no longer uses. Her Caesar. Sin In my life. At that time. And each of us have to do this. Because we have to stand before him. For Judgment. And given account for our life. It's a miserable thing for a child, of God to wonder away from him. But Sherry story reminds us that there is a way back. God tells us in the Bible in First John One nine. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from unrighteousness. Did you get that. God will forgive and cleanse us if we will come to him honestly with our wrongdoing. That's God's promise to those who belong to him. Do you belong to him? Have you wandered away? It's time to humble yourself and come back to the Lord don't waste another day. And if you haven't yet put your trust in Jesus Christ as your savior, there's no better time than now. Interested in what you've heard, write to us at the storyteller. Po Box one thousand and one BEMIDJI MINNESOTA five, six, six, one, nine that's Po box one, thousand, one, Bemidji Minnesota five, six, six, one, nine. Our phone number is eight, seven, seven, seven, six, six, four, six, four, eight, that's eight, seven, seven, seven, six, six, four, six, four, eight. Our web address is without reservation dot com, and you can also find us on facebook at without reservation. Thanks for listening and remember the greatest story took place at the Cross for the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is Eternal Life through Jesus Christ our Lord. My friends, there are more amazing stories to tell. So be sure to join us again next time as we listen to the storyteller..

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"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

The Storyteller

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

"Knees and I ask the Lord to forgive me of my sins. And that I did want to live the way I lived in to help me with my children. And it was then that I. Just knew that I the way I always living was wrong in. That I needed to bring my girls up. To teach them about the Lord and. Take them to Sunday school so they can. Also learn about the Lord and just changed my lifestyle..

"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

The Storyteller

06:41 min | 5 months ago

"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

"When I think of what Jesus really did for me. I'm very thankful that he did that but. Like I feel unworthy that he. Did. All that but yet He does it for each. Each one who comes to him. Stay good day. Welcome my friends to the storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native north. America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. On today's program, we'll hear from a young woman who put her trust in Jesus as a teenager but soon, found herself wandering away perhaps you or someone you know is in that same place if so you won't want to Miss Today's program. My name is Sherry Cardinal. I come from. Keith settlement here. It's an BERTA. I grew up here in. Kikuko, with my parents. And two brothers and three sisters. Growing up. We had to do chores. To haul water we had to. Scrub, the floors do the dishes and. All of that stuff that helped me later on in life. My parents used to take to church a lot when we're little and. We. Go to camps in the summertime in. That was so much fun. Singing the different songs and listening to the different stories. and. When I was. Seventeen. It was the last camp at Qa Tin. That they had the camps over there and it was my last year that I can go to camp. It was during one of the messages that he was giving and. was then that I knew that I needed. Like I needed the Lord. To cleanse me from my sins. Because he said for all have sin income short of the Glory Gaden? While he was speaking I felt. A heaviness over me. That I needed to get things right with the Lord and. After the meeting I put up my hand and I talked with him. And it was then that he. Showed me through the Bible and. That I needed to get my life right except the Lord. During some of that time at Camp I learnt that Jesus did die on the Cross for my sins and that. He was he didn't sin and here he put all arson on. Like, he died for it and. To me that's. You know a lot of stuff that. I did in my life they key. He died for my sins and then he made. A way for me to be free from that and. It's not accounted for its. That verse in Psalms. One, hundred, three twelve says as far as the East is from the West. So far has he removed. Our transgressions from us. Verse means that he doesn't see our sin anymore in. That is just like. Asleep that's wipe clean. It was then that I accepted the Lord. And after that, it just felt like. But to something was lifted. then. I went to Bible school the following year. And it was neat learning. God's word and. Just growing, there But during that time, I made some bad choices. and. I didn't go to Bible school the following year by so my choices and. then. It was then that I start drinking backsliding and Then became pregnant with my first daughter. and. I tried to fit in. With the crowd and going out and. Doing. Drugs. and. I still felt empty. and. Then I. Got Pregnant. Again. Two different fathers for my children. And you think you learn the first time? But. You just keep going into your sin like keep doing things that you're not supposed to. And I used to leave my girls with different babysitters. And for the weekend. And then when. I. Come back on a Sunday or something I'd try them gifts just because I was away from them and. This is the. Early part of their lives and My brother Eric in ninety six got into car crash. and. It was then that. Even during this time, there is an emptiness that I've found like going out and come and like doing all the stuff I used to do. That it wasn't filling. The inside for me. and. During all of the going through with losing a brother. So sudden. Averse came into. My mind. It's in. Hebrews nine, twenty, seven where it says it's appointed for man wants to died and then. After that judgment. And that really scared me because of the way was living. And? If my life was taken suddenly Howard brothers was. Like where would I go? Would I go to heaven or would I go to hell and? It was.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

15:34 min | 11 months ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"What is the high court watching video of testimony are they? Are they getting the full weight and impact of that? You know what's often very emotional testimony about these kind of things or they just looking at words on the page and maybe rendering a more I Dunno distant decision that that might not take into account on the kind of thing and yet I I share that reservation. Has You know at somebody who has practicing experience across the board in Australia. Jurisdiction this is. This is a concern And you're very very right to point out that you're not going to necessarily get the full white of the immersion of the evidence in theory. The top that is before the High Court is to look about evidence as relates. To a question of more are in this case it was Is there a significant probability that an innocent person has been convicted because the Evans didn't establish guilt so the required standard proof so they're not necessarily the determining whether or not one witnesses evidence should have been shown to the jury in this case Although that was a that was a consideration on in the initial trial. That's why that jury couldn't reach a verdict. That's that's rabbit travel The the Qu- The question of the hot court supposed to be engaging with he and they have is whether or not the evidence that was unchallenged that the prosecution didn't laid contradictory evidence to Was whether or not that evidence with a purpose considered by the jury and they determined that it wasn't because the evidence beyond challenged him and it was full of By the defense related to the conduct of the cardinal throughout the course of ordinary present that mass. And whether or not he would have the opportunity to undertaken the crimes that he was alleged to have committed in this really specific time find after service and so the high court was engaging with the question of whether or not the jury gave sufficient weight to that evidence and unfortunately third. The perspective is a lot of people They reached a conclusion that the jury didn't engage sufficiently with that Information and the evidence. There was other two cents created a reasonable doubt. And so we kind of we all today trying to unpick. How cold can get to this point? It seems like there was a As you've expressed that there was a prosecutorial decision right not to not to rebuff that evidence. I guess two questions right now number one I I would imagine that you know at at tre again. If this were an American trial right the prosecutor would say okay. Well you know you heard that this was sort of the routine schedule but you know all of those. Witnesses ARE CARDINAL PELS BUDDIES. And your free not to believe them or something like that so. I guess the two part question is can you explain kind of that strategic decision and If well and then I'll follow up when you explain that the follow up question so I haven't Haven't read. I haven't read this little child. Transcript so tactically tactically stop from the original trial. So I haven't done have the knowledge of what sort of follow up questions where or what follow-up propositions were put to the jury by imagine being the competent state prosecutors. I all that that was the topic that was taken But that doesn't necessarily change the proposition that The jury was still required to engage with the evidence because the prosecution couldn't put forward a witness that said for example But on the fifteenth of December this witness says he didn't say Cardinal Pell appearing on the steps of the Church until ten minutes later than he usually Sorry they was the lack of that ability on the part of the prosecution from my reading a the material is engage with. They didn't put forward contradictory Russian. Dance and those witnesses were put to the jury unchallenged saying that it was the ordinary practice of the cardinal to immediately after the service engaged with congregate in front of the Church so he would not have had the agenda two curves. That really does set up my follow up question. Which is I'm glad no it was great Which is is it not good enough as a prosecutor in your summation to say. Yeah look at all. The defenses done is say usually cardinal pell would be an ex place at X. Time. Obviously we can't travel back in time to nineteen ninety six when the events occurred. But you know you're you're free to disregard that testimony right like is that. Is that not good enough? You actually have to put on a witness to say no on November Fifteenth Nineteen ninety-six. I distinctly remember that Cardinal. Pell was you know. Twenty minutes late to the to the sacristy or whatever. Yeah so the stand the way that stands pre You know beyond reasonable doubt. Standard perfect apply in criminal cases. Broadly speaking In Australian jurisdiction is really high it is incumbent upon the prosecution to prove beyond any reasonable doubt which means if there is that unchallenged evidence and having read the way the High Court sums up that evidence. I can see how they've reached the conclusion that they have or not evidence. Which is the Particular and he's nine tolerantly escapes me but The the crease to assisted with PELS robing Throughout each time I spoke to this contact in Catholicism that the opposition he's never unaccompanied in the church and he was able to say with a in his words a relative degree of certainty that on the date thing question that he would have been with cardinal the whole time so they wouldn't have been an opportunity for him to commit in the offensive as much as you know. I have my personal thoughts on on this case. That's really strong evidence. As a prosecutor you would wanting to be fined a wet finding awaits country date or the the way that you know dot evidence before a jury When it's on challenged according to the High Court destination of how we should be applying. The Standard is that the prosecution needed to challenge that evidence otherwise they was reasonable. Doubt that the jury should engage with but okay so Andrew. I don't know how this would work in our system but isn't there every chance that the challenge would just be well. That person could be lying or miss remembering is it so like had the prosecution somehow just said that would that be enough to tick the box of like. Oh you challenged this witness. Not In and of itself now are Are Without some evidence to support the to support the proposition that dispersing you put on. The stand could be could be lying. Or He's lying you. Can you can impeach the character of a witness to a certain extent but without some form of evidence to coal that witnesses. Evidence to doubt. your mealy making a proposition. So it's still job to open to the jury to To knock convicted there is the ability to arrive at reasonable doubt. Well but but I guess I mean let me let me 'cause I think Thomas asked exactly the right question there so let me kind of do this as a as a mock cross examination. So you be Mr Smith who is Cardinal Pels? And I'll do it Justin. Yeah okay might as well all right so It's my testimony. Is that you know if you know Catholicism. There's a lot of I'm chantey CA COSTUMES. That require a lot of upkeep. I'm always there with a lint roller with I would never have not been by his side. There's capes there's hats there's fencing necklaces there. I mean it's a live practically a squire. You know and so I would have been Been I would have been in the room at all times. So Mr Smith. It's it's your testimony that in twenty years of Cardinal Pell conducting church services that always went from the directly from the the The church to the sacristy every single occasion. Yes Okay Right. I mean immediately get rightly. That's your that's your role claim for me to make even as a fictional fix pretending hoster is clad. That's not saying like so. What is the level they had to do to to satisfy to ticked this box so that wouldn't be challenged evidence it and cite note? Maybe maybe were. Obviously we could just be not quite understanding how this system works Andrew and I but like is this. Dan just colossal incompetence on. Someone's part that they didn't just do one line of questioning that was like. Hey don't you ever you know have to really go to the bathroom and say you leave the room for like ten in twenty years or whatever it is. I didn't something come up. You GotTa pick somebody from the airport anything. That was absolutely good by the way. But it'd be my next set of questions but but it's right right like it was the first NGO learn at. And I'm sure it's it's true for you as well right like one of the first things you learn in terms of cross examination is you ask always and never questions because those are super easy to impeach right I am a guy. I'll I'll refer back to you. Know the the the length and you know extended cross examination. I'm probably GONNA have to go back and try and find the transcript to Tom. Package for my own satisfaction but you referred to contact all. I don't WANNA I don't WanNA use the word incompetence because I've heard in our And I welcome death at the Cross examination but it is here to me that if that wasn't something that was put forward or wasn't put to that witness in is clear and unequivocal. You've put it I would have questions as to why the the manner in which you that little scenario is played out just in my head is exactly the way impeach. The evidence that that witness that the white and that's the way it should have been done Whether or not we still would've been sitting here today because the hardcore has a very strict interpretation all Beyond reasonable doubt. We may still be having that conversation because I think that's really the question that they've engaged with is was even the tiniest shred of doubt that this didn't twice guess will. There's not be unreasonable. That's the convict. That may still be the catch but I would be really interested to know whether or not that back book examination took place in the way you described I'm being as you can probably tell him. Being very careful with my words here for I do the same thing and I know I you. You don't want to say boy sure seems like this prosecutor was in idiot. So I I totally get that A couple couple more procedural questions. How mortgage is an Australian. Jury destroying jury is twelve people. Okay and and makes and spiders nine on Koala would venomous spider and is there a unanimity requirement on? Okay so is it is it. Is it majority supermajority? Just needs to be a just needs to be majority In Adam sorry. I'm actually having to go back to a but yeah arts thrown at you. I'm sorry I do this to everybody. Ask Interests Your Question Esp. I could be totally obvious thing to you kind of stress out. Like how many kids do I have? I three a kid you said to yesterday. Which is it killed. Okay just in time now answer. The question Majority is my recollection of that particular. Well Ed and that makes sense right like because tell me if I'm wrong on this but but but I read the High Court is saying the jury reached the wrong result and again you know for all of the setup procedural questions you know that's a that's a hard one for me to get my head around it would be. It would seem sort of monumentally arrogant. If you know if it was a unanimity required to say well look. Everybody sat here and review the evidence and decided like no like that. That Squire Assistant. Smith Dude is a you know. Snivelling weasling scumbag up. Sorry costumes were always so well ironed at at a but but I guess I mean it it. I'm not sure it's the way I would. I would want to do it. But but again combing your so you don't want let me say this is a disclaimer right. Like you don't want reason backwards from an outcome and say like I'm not happy about the fact that the Australian High Court just overturned cardinal pels conviction therefore like you know the system. Is You know the whole damn system is right. Like that's that the ad let's not make that mistake But but it does seem but could also be true also drew very much very much stay. It is interesting. Go ahead sorry if interesting that you that you sort of put it that way. 'cause that's that's what. I am still trying to process myself and I mean I You know very grateful for the opportunity to to jump on and speak a little a little more details. That people have more detail about the verdicts. But even I am still trying to stop myself from working backwards from an outcome that I disagree with Or an outcome you know goes against something that that I thought was pretty clear..

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"cardinal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Cardinal is the author of the new book medieval body life and death in the Middle Ages and in reading Jack's book I was struck again and again for how the language of the medieval we're discussing the language of the body people observing themselves and talking about their illnesses and their strange it translates exactly into the way the we imagine much of the body today despite the fact that we have a great deal of science chemistry physics MRI imaging to tell us differently it becomes a matter for now Jack I learn from you that the three great capitals Baghdad Damascus in Cairo that was the road of the of the Imperiex imperatives a grat general term for surgeons and mid wives and apothecaries intense as everybody dealing with the body however you also say that design TM centered in Constantinople western Europe and Rome had been what I've reduced much reduced by the tenth century to a small town writ of riven with disease and malaria and not much of a capital but in any event western Europe retain the Roman Catholic what becomes run task idea in Islam did they work together easily in doing medicine you have some instances when physicians are both Jewish and Christian was that a compatible gathering of of wise men the really interesting question and again gets to the home run throughout this kind of light minty football all pre conceptions and misconceptions of this many persons who think about when you think about intercultural relations in the Middle Ages you think of crusade and jot you think of kind of open and this is certainly part of content because of political resonance well we think all he and religious war that's one part of the story but I think we have to remember that one number is from trade through to things like medicine and intellectual exchange in which Wright Susan think is working in Arabic often of that the Islamic faith writing he grew up with the Jewish faith those writing is that in the last ten of the question fact assassinations what little extremely interested in what each other was doing now one of the most interesting kind of points in something that's often at the left wing out in our preconceptions appearing in a larger map it is not necessarily a direct lineage that take the case of medical understanding and and theoretical medical pricing sorry but clearly needs from ancient Greece that that's through to make people Europe the same kind of a geographical account partly because of the collapse of the Roman Empire and the deconstruction of all sorts of infrastructure that comes with on the contrary what tends to the historians tend to understand is that huge amount of those ancient Greek texts by people like Hippocrates another what translated into Arabic in state those big sentences as specially backed out of the Islamic world and then towards the kind of seven eleven to twelve centuries began to be translated from Arabic back into laughter so you got this very interesting six uses route that all of these texts of medical ideas about how the body is made up what its internal workings on and the best way to cure it is constantly bouncing around between cultures choosing bin and kind of let him break what does ring another interesting example of people who waited minorities living among a Christian majority in Europe and who in their own Hebrew writings are interacting with left intact and nothing that road innovations which began my bounced back with with between themselves and those who that living with writing and get locked in all of the European synopsis of the medicine in fact only intellectual culture in the Middle Ages we really have to think of as being multi lingual and for an old school so it's a pretty interesting clashing in question traditions it's fourteen ninety three and the most important person on planet earth the is the holy Roman Emperor his name is Friedrich the third and his left foot is increasingly blacker and blacker days by days by days call together are the best minds that can be gathered in the holy Roman Empire to look at the foot and say what is to be done and the professor emphasizes that there's one man at the bedside hi on this site if he was Jewish and his German Jewish who gives us an account of what they did how the physicians dealt with Friedrichstadt blackening foot what happened Jack yeah it's a great little anti that what's remarkable about this is two things one that we have this account of what happened written by one of the surgeons one of six or seven sessions who attended how you Empresa loosening up a marketable image and that sort of things that I try to do a lot of the back on our history in my interests are and how a lot of these ideas about the quality of medicine at present I mean written sources which tend to tell one kind of often quite a lead story images Jackson material culture also and this is very remarkable images of paintings smallish painting that's now I'm in Vienna all if I can kind of crime painted visual picture of the emperor himself in this blue road lying back with very calmly his arms stretched out crown it had a couple of surgeons gather around him and with the store trying to take this all happened but now we don't know exactly three haunt him it's actually quite dangerous in some ways trying retrospectively diagnose what was wrong with people to start in the possible for students should maybe some kind of gal to or some kind of gangrenous infection one of the sections of the times it is because we do love of melons he nine two million as many melon healthy for him either way that is the galaxy surgeons the position decide that that they have to resort to what was one of the most drastic thing you could do this moment in the classical sense which is to amputate for and so far from this very calm boil image that we see in the picture save the much more DVD graphic picture of the removal of his first and indeed the the the the operations team to success in itself although it seems that several weeks later after a trip to come to infection and died was because the Middle Ages knew full well that something like an amputation you never again to come back to this idea of pre conceptions and misconceptions the past we came back on a gruesome violence or something maybe meted out because people knew that data on the country this is a really lost were sold to which the session and I'm lazy how does a very complicated and castle ways in which such an operation to been carried out so this ticket instrument different hi the souls and counseled way difficult arising and stitching the remaining wound we have all sorts of interesting treatises on surgery going way back that twelve eleven ten centuries again coming up in the Arabic world which talk about different ways to teach the ability to to to heal what was understood in medieval times is the discontinuity of the party and Johnson wins not protection so it's a really interesting example because again it shows how all as well as tax the medicine woman to twenty get that but as you say how coaches come together and quite quickly Jack I want to tell the story of the scion Abby near London and fourteen fifteen because feet are also way of expressing humility we have this from the in the New Testament but in this instance you give us the story of an Abbas who once a year wash the feet of her charges and was remembered afterwards I think the the quote user's cap for perpetual memory was this something was practiced by religion is and the common people as well washing each other's feet we know the pope wash feet the new pope wash feet recently so we retain the understanding of humility was it common place in in the common world we have about a minute Jack about a minute yeah well I think he had a very interesting point which is how you know the one eight hundred two out of the can thinking about different body parts and that kind of resonance is not just looks at look at the medical aid like the impatience of the thing about the culturally and I'm completely and especially in a Christian christological modeled the washing of feet but also the casing of a realistic idea of different fields he paid in the life of the mother resonated with a lot of different kinds of people so we believe that the washing of feet do you see it often in the art is it commonplace Jack seventeen question and again not christological model is something you see a lot of rock that actually the mobile oil and sector the senses something we read more impacts the.

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"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

The Storyteller

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

"About it. It was in around. Nineteen Ninety eight where I was. I don't know I got this book from someone else and it was about the end times and then again got me thinking like if Jesus came guy be left behind and and my daughter I can remember how old she was at that time. Also but my mom told me. We're driving television. She told me she said Chrissa was Talking to me the other day and she said Cookham that means grandma when Jesus comes. She said we're going to go but my mom won't come with us. She was really worried about me and my mom told me that and I just I couldn't even talk that got me thinking again. Our Church has meetings in January and there was a speaker there and I don't even know what he was preaching them both but they gave a altar call at the end at that time. I just in my heart. I knew this was the time I knew that the way I was living. I I knew that I needed Jesus and that he was the only one that could help me. Save me when the pastor asked like if there's anyone who wanted to come up where I wanted to. I didn't I wanted to stay there. I just didn't go up that night but I still like was inside. Just I guess there wasn't any peace in my heart and for about a month I I kept on thinking about that and I guess the Lord was working in my heart and then got to like one night I I was just. I knew that Jesus died for my sins and so about three o'clock in the morning I couldn't I couldn't asleep and I knew that I wanted to give my life to him and so I got down beside my bed and I just prayed and I guess the Lord to forgive me into that like he died for my sins and I wanted to follow him and I did that and my daughter. I told her like a couple of days after that she like she was so happy and she was so glad that I did. And then they started reading my Bible and I knew at some point I wanted to like. I was thinking about going to Bible School. I thought that I wouldn't be able to do that. I just like prayed about it so we moved and it was really challenging and like the Lord use the people there and even just the time that like he could just show me things from his word and I graduated in two thousand five and then I moved back with my parents and my mom was very sick. And we're just like. I lived with them and I was helping my dad. Take care of my mom. My mom passed away on January. First two thousand six and and now is very like hard time for us one verse in Hebrews Chapter Thirteen Verse Five. The end of five it says for he himself has said. I will never leave you nor forsake you. And that verse has been like an encouragement to me towards the end of her life like she was in the hospital in every evening. When we'd leave I'd pray with her in like adult stellar that even now federal. That helps me when I'm going through. Strugglers are like trial just to know that the Lord is with us and he loves US and young. Just be with us as we go through this. Dolores wasn't ready to meet the Lord until she humbled herself before him and accepted. Jesus Christ as her savior. The truth is no one is ready until we do that. God is holy and one day. He will require justice for all wrongdoing. The good news is that Jesus satisfied God's wrath for our sin by dying on the Cross and God proved that by raising Jesus from the dead. Do you want to be right with God? Jesus tells us how listen to what he says for God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whoever believes in him should not perish but have everlasting life. Put Your trust in Jesus Christ and he will save you from your sins. Have any questions about what you've heard. Write to us at the storyteller. Po Box one thousand and one BEMIDJI MINNESOTA five six six one nine. That's the storyteller Po. Box One thousand one BEMIDJI MINNESOTA five six six one nine. Our phone number is eight. Seven seven seven six six four six four eight. That's eight seven seven seven six six four six four eight. You can find US online at without reservation DOT COM and FACEBOOK DOT com forward slash without reservation. Thanks for listening and Remember. The greatest story took place at the. Cross for the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life through. Jesus Christ our Lord. My friends there are more amazing stories to tell so. Be Sure to join US AGAIN. Next time as we listen to the storyteller..

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"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

The Storyteller

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on The Storyteller

"Jason was just Sean and at that time it made me think about where I would spend eternity if my past week Steigler Day. Welcome my friends to the storyteller where you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following. Jesus Christ without reservation. Sometimes the death of a loved one brings more than just grief. Sometimes it's what God uses to draw a person to himself. That's what happened with. Today's storyteller lost her brother in a terrible accident. Hi My name is Dolores Cardinal I'm from the Keno Meaty settlement in northern Alberta. I grew up in Kikuko. I've lived here all my life. I am the oldest of There was five of us and I have two sisters and I had two brothers one passed away the youngest growing up my parents. They took us to church every Sunday. They made sure we went to church with them. And even though they weren't Believers at that time and we went to Bible camp every summer when we're young and that was where we heard but God in his son Jesus and also in school and in lack of Ish. When I was in school at that time they had Religion class to and people from the ladies from there was some from Kuwait in and some from the free church and luckily she used to come and teach us like once a week to and they tell us Bible stories. And we'd sing songs so I remember that also from when I was young and even like listening to all of that it didn't really have an influence like in my life. Even though I was I heard it and growing up in my teen years well I guess it was for the most part I guess in my early teens I would listen to what my parents said but inside me I guess there is just An emptiness and I wanted to fit in somewhere and So the friends that I started hanging around with I started making wrong choices with drinking and drugs and found there that I was accepted and like everybody like me or whatever but I still wasn't happy I wasn't I was still inside. I was MT and like miserable in still looking for something and that continued on from my boat. Nineteen to twenty three and twenty three. I became pregnant or was while I am a single mother and I think it was that around that time like I started thinking about my lifestyle in because I was I had a daughter. I knew that I was responsible for her. In even though that was a starting point like Pastor Bill Jackson at I had heard him somewhere. Talk about this that you know. Parents are responsible to God for their children. And I knew that The way I was living like it wasn't it wasn't pleasing to God I was going my own way and there's reverse and fifty three verse six and says all we like sheep have gone astray. We have turned everyone to his own way and the Lord has laid on him the iniquity of us all at that time. I was going my own way. I wasn't doing living the way that God wanted me to. And when my daughter was eight years old she had given her life to the Logan. She's pray for me and she talked to my parents about me and that she wanted me to come to know the Lord also and and my dad would also talked me but like I still wouldn't listen but I still wasn't happy still just really Inside I was miserable. Still when in one thousand nine hundred ninety six my brother passed away. He was there was four of them from this settlement. They went play hockey and they died in a car accident. When I heard I couldn't believe that this is my brother. Told me the other brother He came in and he told me he said there's been an accident because they were in local vision. He said there's been an accident he said but we don't know for sure if Eric was in the car but they're pretty certain that he was and And I just love to know why I just wanted to cry. But he told me not as the. Don't cry because you'll just get like my dad and my mom like worried didn't but I didn't know I just. It was just shock. It was hurt like his like we're close and at that time it made me think about where I would spend eternity a flypast a while. I knew at that time I wasn't ready to meet the Lord. I wasn't ready and I knew that if I died I would go to hell and for a while I thought about that and but then it got easier and easier to just let not.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"You have a chance to score more points corners I think I can I'll be okay with average corners versus having one guy that's a lockdown and nothing else coming up next will go into what happened at the trade deadline. The Astros got a lot better. That's not great news for the dodgers. The dodgers did some stuff though that I think could help their team a little bit. Anthony Davis went Jimmy Kimmel talking about his experience with the Lakers and how Stroz Arizona Basic. I think it was four prospects for Zach Cranky and what he's an excellent pitcher still like I still have questions since about maybe in the postseason it hasn't always gone great for but I think he absolutely helped a team. That already has got a ton of riches right like the rich get richer here in this particular situation yeah you know I'm a big fan of of Lou. Now I get what he's trying trying to do and I think that's where I learned. My baseball was from the Mid West where pitching makes right cardinal cardinal makes right so so I think this could be the one that sends it towards them in the postseason because like you said man that's that's a top three outs game. One burland game two Garrett Cole. WHO's tough as nails and then grinky? Is your third starter. Yeah you know so depending on how that goes. which guy do you bring back? If you need for game seven you know what I mean. That's that's a tough three guys to have in the postseason yeah for sure so cranky has a pitch in the postseason a a ton recently because the diamondbacks hasn't been that great two years ago obviously they were in the playoffs. They beat Colorado though he didn't necessarily have a great game three and two thirds gave up four earned and quick hook for him right in that particular one and then lost to the dodgers it went five innings. There gave up three and look if you look at his postseason career it was rocky to start many many years ago. He got really good even in the postseason but his last postseason appearance not ideal seven to seventy I._R._A.. Those two games combined again small sample sample size yeah but he's getting up at age he he may not have the exact kind of stuff but again they may not need him to have the he crazy electric stuff that he had a couple years ago to win because they've got depth as you pointed could be five point five get to the bullpen right. That's all they need need him for and he's perfectly capable of doing that right so are are you saying that they shouldn't have made the move. I just don't fall over yourself because of the I just don't like people are freaking out today. The frigging effort to reach frigging after the dodgers didn't make the move they wanted them to make and freaking out because cranky went wait to the Astros and all I'm saying is like yeah he's good but he's not unstoppable by any stretch of the right dodgers themselves in two thousand seventeen right got three runs and five. It gets your attention though it does yeah. I think it's the name right. That's what it is is that here's the other thing I've learned in sports right and you could talk about this when it comes to like baseball and basketball have this going for them. I guess football. There's some of this to where you know. The name and you're like Oh yeah that guy that guy. I want that guy on my team. I'm glad my team made the move for that guy and I'm not saying this isn't GonNa pay off for the Astros. It might very way the hell do. I Know Jeff waste smarter than I am but he's a hacker though but for years people fall in love with the names like you hear like Carmelo Anthony for the last couple of years right like we were talking about him earlier..

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"cardinal" Discussed on Endless Thread

Endless Thread

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Endless Thread

"With the cardinal of Florence cardinal named Elliot L Kosta, and he'd been a family friend of Bartoli's sort of a mentor to him growing up in during the fall of nineteen forty three. This is when the Nazis had come into Italy at this point Italy had become a very dangerous place. For Jews, and there's a big community of Jews who'd flooded into Italy in Florence and they turn to the rabbi of Florence who. In turn turn to the cardinal. The cardinal approach bodily and asked him if he would come and help them because they had this effort to try and save the lives of these people to hide them in monasteries into hide them in Florence and then other cities nearby so Bartoli does what Barkley does best. He gets on his bicycle he becomes a kind of bike messenger for a network that ran between Florence and a town called Ceesay a network that helped refugees get fake papers. Okay, Emory and these messages, he is bike messaging back and forth are essentially the fake ID's there the ingredients for the fake ID's. So the Nazis are everywhere at this point. And the only hope that Jews had for being able to really go anywhere or especially to get food ration cards without being discovered was to have one of these fake ID's. And as I said earlier, this is like the. Most worthy fake idea. Peration of all time. How does it work? So the first thing that they did was they took a picture of every refugee in their care, and then Bartley would go to the various monasteries and the places around Florence where the refugees were hiding and pick up those photographs and then take them to a Ceesay right because in a season. There was a pair of printers. It was a father and son, and they would create the actual fake ID papers that those photographs would then be attached to the other thing. They did was they gave them a name and an address from somewhere in the south of Italy's with an autism. Couldn't check up on the population. Roles and see if that person really lived there or not. So for example, someone whose name was vonda lattice and came from Rome might get a name that sounded more Italian unless Jewish might be named suddenly Gina Tanzi. And in my come from. Kona somewhere in the south of Italy. Instead of Rome. Now Barkley was a great person to participate in this secret network in this way, because he was one of the few people during the war years who had relative liberty to move around. He still trained on his bicycle. So he could be seen in the countryside in Tuscany and Umbria, and if he was stopped as, you know, many people would be their military checkpoints everywhere, at least, usually at least someone at the checkpoint. You would recognize him from some of his prewar wins. But he would just say I'm out training for my next race. And they would let him go by and they'd wave to them into chairman and all the time that he was running his bike inside the frame of his bicycle and the tube and underneath a seat in the handlebars. He'd rolled up and hidden the false papers or rolled up in hidden in the photographs that he was taking the other way. Emory. The idea that this guy is rolling up photos in forgeries and putting them into the frame of his bike and the handlebars in the seat. This is like some spy versus spy stuff. How far variety we talking here about a hundred ten miles sh hundred and ten from a guy who by the way, won the tour de France in nineteen thirty eight child's play except that the roads of this region during the war were constantly being damaged or destroyed by bombs. So you had to dodge a couple of bombs on his bike. No bigs totally reasonable training regimen Ameri. Sure. Okay. But here's the really interesting part. And that's that Bartley would make some pitstops along the way of this ride..

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"cardinal" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Then you find out later that he has been convicted of Unnatural acts on on a young man on another young man it's it's, not a good thing and. I think a lot of Catholics are righteously outraged at the, latest scandal which has to two faces one is the Pennsylvania report And the other is what they're calling a pound or, hash sign a Catholic me. Metoo and that is that Cardinal McCarrick has been exposed who's one of the leaders of the Catholic church United States of America was one of the leaders In addressing the Righteous indignation after, the Boston scandal and he was the one that helped to come up with what was called, the Dallas charter and it has turned out that cardinal McCarrick and other bishops Were active active Homosexual predators against their own seminarians and family members and Parishioner's So it's is gravely disturbing And I think I sent out a tweet last night and I think that was when what caught your eye when you called me up about come on to talk about how my feelings about things and and how it's affected the Boston diocese is that Our own cardinal cardinal O'Malley who is the head of the academy for the protection of minors was Warrant not once but twice but at least once that we are able to document fully and the letter is online and he was sent a letter about kinda McCarrick and the things that he, was doing to actively corrupt young men by the use of power and Promises of of of worldliness And. We've seen this, in Massachusetts in.

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"cardinal" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cardinal" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"At that point had it stopped right there we probably wanted even be talking about it probably would have been a cool moment were guy lost his head a little bit but boy had a good intention wanted to celebrate with his less recognizable teammate who was on an undercard got a win in his hometown and they had a cool moment it probably would end there i don't know that mike muzuli would agree with me but it would probably i probably 'em right before qatar got into the cage he was stopped by a bell a tour official name m j m j reached out to stop him his connors coming over the case o'connor hits him that was beyond uncalled for that change conner nyse relationship the second he hit mj conner nyse relationship is now changed he gets into the cage he celebrates of this teammate at which point the referee mark gooder comes overs going what are you doing in here so conner two sides for reasons unknown to shove the referee touched a referee oh my goodness to explain to you i would need the entire show at all of next week's airtime to explain to you how inappropriate in off limits that is i mean my goodness to touch a referee cardinal sin in this business he and when he shoved him he had a chase him across the ring africa said his piece in realized on dealing with the knuckle had and turn very professional you know he said whatever he was supposed to say i couldn't hear me any turn o'connor ran across the ring millions of shoving the referee you getting this domino effect with the other people that are the ring they go into the opponent who i told you had been knocked out so he's now come.

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