23 Burst results for "Carman"

"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

03:24 min | 9 months ago

"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

"Yeah. It's a crazy story. Yeah i think The video side. I think it's adobe is the one that's been pioneering that technology of the being able to change the facial movements in alignment with audio to to audio dub and changed physical presentation of video. So there there. Well guess we're not safe from anything rob. we're We're getting down the last three minutes here. So ashley give your plug your contact. Give the website how they can reach you all that. Good stuff okay. Well i'm on twitter. At ashley are carmen. You could find my work at the verge where you can also hopefully find some hot pod links at the newsletter tap at the top but if not there is always hot pod news dot com where you can easily subscribe. And also the archives feel three to subscribe. that'd be great and like we've talked about endlessly on the show my on twitter open. My email is available to you very easily. So i'm around all right so your your subscription amount is a paid newsletter and it's what is it seven dollars a month i think is what i saw something one issue free per week. And then if you want to subscribe for the three issues seven dollars a month or seventy dollars a year road okay. Awesome go so just for a programming note. I will be in hawaii next week. I'm going back for dermatologist's appointment that's romay. Dermatologists is so getting a spot removed off my back so rows. I mean we're not doing the show and we will do the show next week It it will be With me in honolulu so Albie uber gust. Could we have a guess. We'll have to use riverside or something like that to do. The gaspard should be no issue to do that with so be able to livestream. Facebook won't be a problem but Yeah so i I'm We'll do the show at least semi on the road. You'll be in your studio. I'll be in In the bedroom or a closet somewhere who knows. Find a spot but Only there for four days. And then i'm back here in michigan friday snow. Go all right Ashley thank you so much for spending so much. Time with us was great. Speak with you especially on the show here. And look into the hotpot world and and keep up the great work. I said thank you guys so much. I will talk to you soon. Thanks much or go. thank you that by so anyway. I'm todd at Berry dot com. I'm at geek news on twitter rap. Yeah i'm on twitter. As well at rob greenlee and you send me an email if you want rob g at lipson dot com and i have a website to rock. Greenlee dot com. So awesome stills are good ways and we definitely want to hear from you get feedback on your thoughts on hotbot or if you're going to sign up or not and any other tidbits that you you know. Hear about the passing space of todd. I wanna hear about it and we are considering advertising now so if you have an advertising pitch for us let's not happy to consider that and So something new here. We're gonna try experiment with and see what we see what we drum up and with that. I'll leave everyone with some good tone vibes as we get out of here. Everyone take us next time here on armenian show something that..

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"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:48 min | 9 months ago

"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

"A new ceo and they've pivoted their strategy to more of short-form inspirational content on a subscription basis. So i think himalayas finding its footing. Maybe maybe not. I think they're just still figuring it out. But not she that response video that peter visser made about your article too. Did you ever see that. And what was the response. You think i mean to what i think of it. Yeah i mean. Did you hear from people giving you feedback about that. No think you know. It was. Damaged controls what it was damaged controls been. That's what it appeared to me. Yeah i stand by my reporting so you know. I wasn't too worried. I never had any interaction with rob. Did so robin. I've talked privately about your article. So i think robin tendency to potentially agree. I mean i didn't see all that stuff because i didn't go to those parties in l. a. r. I i ran into peter at various events. Podcasting events up in canada and in the us. So i've had some involvement with him. And i never saw the the depth of the depravity of what you uncovered But did see some some signs of you know over drinking and unprofessional behavior and things. So yeah you know at the the podcast. Space needs a good drama story when allowed. They just don't want to be knee. Keeps people paying attention. That's you know there's news news is usually good or bad is usually you know okay. Long as it's not that you know it's you know you just. That's one of those. Ooh let's leave a mark. You're not gonna walk. Probably not walk away from that in most companies today so one thing i wanted to ask ashley. Is i know that when when nick was running hot hotpot. He got involved in Conferences and putting on kind of kind of vip events things like that Is that something that is going to continue with pot or is it going to be just more just focused on the newsletter. The scares yeah. We're definitely folks on the newsletter right now just because it's new for like first of all. It's the verges. I paid product. So we're just like how the heck do we do this and well But i do think we are interested in events like i enjoy events. I like to meet people in person. I went to podcasts movement in nashville this past august. I believe it was so you know. I like to take opportunities to meet people so hopefully we can do some events at some point. So so what is your. What's your what's your feel. What your vibe. You're talking to a lot of people. You know robin. I have been you know kind of out of pocket for the last couple of weeks. But you know we bought. We've seen this huge number of acquisitions and mergers and that's kinda cooled off a little bit. But you know what is your. What's your sense of what's going on in space right now. What what what do you feel is is happening because you know you gotta have a sense to you. Know getting input from people. What's going on. Yeah as far as mergers and acquisitions. I imagine we'll see more. Show deals like inevitably. That's going to happen as far as the big tech acquisitions and stuff like that. I don't know if we're going to see as much of it. A lot has happened already. But i am very curious about what amazon's gonna be cooking up. I think they might be working on something interesting. But i don't know what it is. I'm also curious to see how. Facebook affects podcasts. World like if it can actually lead to listens and meaningfully change the space. Those are kind of the big. I think the big things to watch. I. yeah. I would expect that. I would also expect maybe some of these more india networks to potentially Goal ordeal with now that we have all these splashy deals. I think that you see a lot of people coming into the space being like. Hey how can i make money off of the podcasters and helped them money and coach and try to bring them to different networks. That maybe are willing to pay a bit more and recognize. They're worth so. I think we might see some more of that with india networks. But i don't know that's something. I'm kind of like have a hunch about. I don't really know much about it. I would just just add. Add to that. I'm actually disagree that. I i think that there's maybe something new brewing at google. So because of changeover in staff and leadership on the podcasting side over there. That's happened here recently. Saw and they've been pretty quiet. Actually i've really been brewing on all right very curious about that because yes as you mentioned. Quite a few people have left the team. I always thought. Google was kind of the sleeping giant and all of this simply because they could make the native android play and then when i saw that all these folks left i was like well. Where does this leave. Google podcast and i still don't know so yeah. I'm very very curious about that as well. I don't know if you've talked with the facebook folks are talking to you yet You're not you should probably try to get connected with their team because they do embargo. Suffo- lot Robin are both under. Nda so we obviously can't talk about future stuff coming with facebook but there's some stuff that's about radio pop with them. I guess that's all i can say legally But i wish this was a lawbreaking podcast. It's not it's not but you know. I think my perspective. Well maybe i can basically say my perspective on the facebook team is they truly care about the user experience so i think from that perspective podcasters going to like with facebook is is doing you know. Obviously they're adding podcast of p. If if you have a page you know you're gonna be able to. A lot of people now are able to map their show to their to their page That's no secret. They've announced set already. But i think that they they want the folks avid user experience. They want to drive views and listened I hope they're successful. Because a lot of people spend a lotta time on facebook amazon on the other hand. We'll we'll see what happens with them. You know robin. I watched the amazon thing. Well really it was the audible thing. I've been poking amazon bearer for like ten year. Yeah you know they were in their out there in their out now there definitely in so we'll see what and then the other area As to mention about facebook twos that they may be coming on this show next week so so we shall see well. That's a big yup shut. My blind things are coming. I will definitely be You'll you'll it'll be it's not gonna be when it pops and everyone's.

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"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:42 min | 9 months ago

"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

"The if you expand your topic. John nra but you are. I think it's going to be well received in the readership will go up dramatically. I think you're subscriber base. Yeah we'll we'll definitely grow will grow. Go up yeah. What'd you tell us about donnie. We we've been talking about hot pod on the on. The periphery somewhat. And then what you're doing with it. But i'm i'm just curious so if somebody wanted to subscribe to hot pod what is the what is the process. What is involved in in in doing that. Yeah so we come out with one free newsletter. A week which is on tuesdays and to paid which is thursday friday. It's the insider addition and to subscribe. We do have it on the verge of the freed newsletter. I publish every week on the verge while of starting to so that will have like a little subscription box in their promise. You tweet how to subscribe constantly so if you follow me you will easily be able to subscribe but also there is hot. Pod news dot com. Which makes it also very easy to subscribe. And then yeah. The insiders i believe are seventy dollars for the year or seven dollars per month and in there. We just go a little bit deeper. Try to offer some exclusives scoops something you just to make it worthwhile to subscribe. I try to build a value for our readers so so. Are you looking for members of the podcast community to input those things to you and provide them to you somehow. In is there some method for the the broader podcast community to input you know announcements or you know announcements that are embargoed or you know opportunities. Let let are you looking for that. Oh yeah definitely. I am always come to see what people are up to. Companies people everything my emails ashley dot carmen at the verge dot com. So if people do want to get in touch again that's another one. That is all over my twitter. So i am not hard to find a positive change because we knew what would happen. If we email nick it would just get deleted. So you're gonna end up buying a bunch of m- of people's mailing lists now because if you're not gonna respond to everything. But i think that the the perception per se was if you're not npr and if you're not new york you're not gonna get talked about the unless you buy an ad in the in the newsletter. That's kind of how it was. Are you starting to think more on a on a global scale to with podcasting or is it still relatively. Us centric right now. No i was gonna say you actually led me right into that which okay where. I was literally thinking like well. You know you're talking about new york specifically so of course the broader us overall but that we're really seeing in the space is how important global market is going to just broadly and i'm super fascinated by like what's happening in china with podcasting. I wish i could speak chinese in some form. Because i would love to be able to explore these apps and really understand it but like i know they're very established over there with the audio market so as an example but then how other markets will also be growing. We've seen spotify really try to make inroads in various countries through their creator programs. And i'm sure you know aac has just went public. They also i guarantee are very interested in the global market as well as iheart think has done like deals with various entities around the world to try to turn their podcast into french. Podcast and things so yeah. Global is a huge part of this conversation as while the probably the majority of the calls i've taken in the past month believe it or not africa's kicking off now Nigeria specifically. there's a platform down there. That's getting ready to heavily. Add podcasting. so it's it's not. It's it's growing everywhere you know. The the challenge in the middle east mentally yup in the huge country of india is becoming a huge player and brazil is just exploding. Todd is known for have known for years they got show down there that make the biggest shows here in the united states. They would cry for their type numbers. They do nine ten twelve fifteen million dollars per episode and the podcasts are three in poor hours long and they come out generally do they host through you or a variety of providers. We do have a number of customers that hosts west that have content in brazil. So it's it's really runs the gamut You know it's it's you you. You would never imagine. But their target market prolonged podcasts. Down there there's a lot of factory workers so it's for the people there on the factory floor where there's no internet there's no cell phone signal. They can listen to podcast with their mobile devices. So they're on their feet three hours a day. So they're listening to podcasts. All day long and portuguese sell. It's it's it's a huge huge huge small number shows huge audience so it's also going on a big scale in spain too right now. That's really cool. I might have hit you up after the show to hear a little bit more about that. Because i'm really curious about these factory workers. Will you know anything is i. Don't speak portuguese and the only reason we kind of know about it is looking at stats and looking at You know the shows and you know. People come in asking tech support. And i'm translating portuguese english english portuguese and that fun stuff that goes on with you know trying to do international tech support and some doesn't speak english so it's any known and we don't have anybody on staff speaks portuguese. We have a few people who speak spanish and french. But the that that just covers a small small segment of the world shows like in spain. Talking about aren't generally todd. Correct me if what you've seen is wrong are not always formatted as traditional podcasts. Either they're very much. Formatted is just long-form radio shows. Yes right and that's what people are used to In their lives and they if they can't get the signal in or they can't have a device that they can listen to the radio. Then that's their. That's the radio. So my yeah. Yeah and i mean that also speaks to why when we were talking about people reaching out to me. I'm like please. Because i cannot parachute to the ground of these places. I don't necessarily speak the language someplace. I need to know what's happening i wanna know. So yeah that speaks to that. For sure. I think too. Is you know if you think about the the middle east and the conversation. I've had with the platform out there You know i'm like what are you going to do about this type of content and often the answers may be something you would be reportable because you know they're sensitive so certain types of topics and You know just because of from certain other countries right. So there's you know there's that that's going on and so you know there are they content. let's right word They're being selective in the content that they want. I guess that's the polite way to say it So that's that's the case also in places like russia and china too. So you know. We're facing kind of country conflict issues as well as cultural and Control issues quite. Frankly yeah this. This show would not do well in china and probably would be banned in china just because it'll be though china to open we talk about free speech we talk about the ability to own your brand and have a voice in reach people that you want to not have constraints and you know that is not the case since i'm country so and i think we we forget about that that you know america. We're so privileged in many other countries privilege. Not to be able to say what we want now. You may get sued. The you know you can say what you want you know well and also actually taught neier are sitting in a situation where working with large podcast distribution platform so we we are at the cutting edge of the distribution of podcasting. Because we're always trying to find that next big platform that we can get podcast on. And i think we're starting to get to the end list. Todd well i was about to say.

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"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:44 min | 9 months ago

"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

"Yeah i scan through your your article about clubhouse to and i think todd todd has a very definite opinion about clubhouse and i was definitely involved in it quite a bit early on like way back in february of last year but It seems to have faded. And i think that there's some reasons for that. And i'm just curious what your thoughts on it based on your your Your reporting in your investigation into that. Yeah so the story. I most recently published was about clubhouses creator i program which is a creator accelerator or they essentially hand selected creators to create shows four clubhouse for three months twelve episodes the gave them a stipend each show received fifteen thousand dollars and the promise. Yeah keep in mind. The fifteen thousand dollars was per show for the three months so if you had a cohost dude have to split eh. You paid your guests to come on. Presumably that came out of that pot but regardless it's great that they at least paid people to make content. We'd like to see that. So the goal of the program was stated to be turning these shows into profitable creative endeavors. And what my reporting found. Was that none of these shows. At least from the people i spoke with and seemingly from what i understand none of these shows turned into that and many of the creators are actually now saying that although they love clubhouse in the community on there they will not be able to continue to make these high quality content shows where they're really producing it in scoring music and doing different things so really. The crux of the piece was sort of about if clubhouse has sort of monetization issue and it reminded me a lot. Actually which tied to in the hotpot newsletter is how early monetization worked for podcasting. And how i think clubhouse is kind of early days like going way back in the podcast base of how it used to be here to well you know. Being one of the first people that monetize podcasting back in two thousand five. The model hasn't really changed. It's still it's still the same as it was in the beginning. So based on their splat rate deals or cpm deals. There's you know there's affiliate deals kinda sounds like radio a little bit Or tv or you know banner ads but it really. The model really hasn't changed that much through the years. And i think what rot at least my experience with clubhouse was and of course i haven't been on their since supposedly bats moderation tools are in the bring people up as you need and put him in a waiting room. I don't know. I haven't been there in a while but it just you just never knew what you were gonna get and the audio quality of the person that was going to be making a comment. They minded ben at you. Know kind of like walking down the street in In new york city in having fifty cavs blowing the horns that could you know it was. It was actually that way it at one point. Yeah definitely that way yes. But he's some people that were like chopping onions while they were talking on on. You could hear the chopping going on. So yeah i think if you have a lion yes and you have a pre selected panel. Then that's a lot easier to control From that perspective be able produce something decent to make chevron up on audio quality but It just it in being kind of at least for me. It's a great place to go and add commentary and you know step into a room and have a discussion but i applaud. Anyone is successful in creating content over there. I think it's going be very hard. Yeah i think. And that's sort of what i heard in my reporting was these folks. Were really spending the time to produce their shows bring on. They knew we're going to be speak well and really knew what they were getting. So that they didn't leave it up to just fate and what they were saying like. Yeah that was awesome. We're happy to do it. But if we don't have sponsors. How are we going to justify spending this time to make this thing in. That was sort of the the big question i had. These were the hand selected creators who were designed and chosen to make the best stuff if they couldn't get sponsorships that who stands chance right. Well i think it was seem like more and more. The landscape is all about making money to Because i think people are more and more looking for side gigs side hustles things that they can bring additional income to what they're doing. I you know realize. Because i went through this myself and i know many people were on clubhouse. They were spending hours and hours and hours over their day. You know. there's only so much so long. You can do that before it starts having an impact on your your income right Or your job or your whatever other things you have gone on in your life and back. Then at the heyday of it it was pandemic lives locked in at home and they had lots of extra time because they were commuting or they were doing a lot of other things so i think that also has an impact fisher. I think it's like anything else. It's going to find. Its place and people are going to figure out how to monetize since probably through communities and bence with extensions to that. It's not necessarily going to be tight around content. i don't think but you know could be content instruction you know you've got masterminds or whatever it may be people are gonna find ways to to make money. I actually say mastermind now row without getting a bad taste amount. I've kind of grown over. That was that. I was curious because early days masterminds era's a lot of masterminds. We're absolutely not mastermind kind of smarmy. But i think that The medium of audio in its in its essences. Think we've all found even during the pandemic that we have much more time to listen than we do to watch. And if i just wish i could invent a talk of podcasting because it's this this thing that they've got over there is they've invented a time machine. You sit down and you start going to tick talk in three minutes later sexually three hours later and you wondered what happened. I just trying to figure out how we can make that engagement happen in the audio space where they go from one piece of content. The other i don't know if it's if it can be duplicated but it would be fun to try. Yeah i actually wrote a piece about the people who are trying to do that. There's quite a few companies that are trying to do short-form audio specifically because short from audio in their minds could be something. That's a lot more discoverable and easy to have the algorithm show to you and digest very quickly so facebook is doing it. there's a bunch of startups trying to do it. I wrote that piece a little bit ago. And yeah. I mean none of taken off yet. I don't think facebook's product was launched yet. But they're going to try to do it. Maybe it'll work. I know that there's a lot of people hoping it. will you know we. We've there isn't a long history isn't a long history in in the success short-form audio so that's i think it's a it's a little bit aspirational to think i mean if you look at the podcasting medium The most successful shows are longer Actually but there are examples. But they're kind of rare but it'll be interesting to see if the if the consumption models will adapt to that I don't know what your thought on that know. I use this analogy. I watched thirty forty thirty minute. I mean.

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"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:16 min | 9 months ago

"carman" Discussed on New Media Show

"Are your host of broadcasting hall of famers todd cochran and greenlee rob. It's been two weeks and we probably. Oh the audience an explanation of where we have been well. Well i think a you're on the road prior to that but yeah it was. I had. I had kidney surgery. And i had a couple of kidney stones out meyer my right kidney i. I was kind of knocked me out for a week. We can have here. I was sitting here week ago. Wednesday nine like h- everything fired up those waiting for you and you never showed up. And i'm like where's riled. they texted. You're like oh. Dude i i'm in phoenix. Sorry right that's rose and phoenix through right. Yeah so anyway for those of you watching you see. We have a guest for those of you listening. You don't even know yet. So that's okay. I'll let robin do put it out a little bit on on twitter the other day so okay. Well some people probably know. Robin should go ahead and introduce our guest today. Well i want to welcome ashley carmen to to the new media. Show thank you so much. John ashley for joining us She's a senior reporter for the verge and she's been covering audio and podcasting for a few years now over there and she recently was selected to replace nick. Y is the editor of the hot pod newsletter. Which todd. I have talked about many times and i talked to nick quite a few times on trips to new york and things like that. So we've had an interest in what the hot rod thing is all about. And so this change Adding ashley to the editor role of hot lot is something that caught my attention and i thought it would be very interesting to have her on the show to share kind of that that process and kind of her experience about you know the podcasting space and covering it and breaking some interesting and fascinating stories over the last few months right ashley. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having excited. Well i will say this. You would come on the show but nick would never come on the show right so this is a new one. This is a positive change. So maybe i walked into something. I'm not aware of or i'm just a ham of the camera. Who say no. I think what it was was nick. Never talked about us indies. You know and So i guess that was that was part of it so he moved fairly clear on. The indie community wasn't something that he was focusing on with the newsletter. Saw i talked about it a couple times. And and and that's okay. I mean he has every right to do that So and i'm just curious what your positioning is. Because i i know the articles that you've written prior for the verge Were kind of looking at the medium from a much broader perspective. And i think that's very important these days because podcasting has become a very diverse medium With a lot of tentacles going in a lot of different directions and all sorts of media companies brands and things like that. So i think i a viewpoint that's beyond just the new york. Public radio market is probably needed with hot. So just curious what your philosophy is as you go into the newsletter right. Yeah i mean so as far as like goals for coverage I kind of made it so my first edition came out last tuesday. So we're a little bit like mid-september times. And i kinda wanted to make a point to say that although the newsletter is called hot and i love the podcasting industry and that's what got me into this i am excited sort of route in the scope which nickel was already doing a bit but to audio and audio creators general so for example that includes like clubhouse or social audio maybe like some smart speaker type coverage and how people consume audio there and like youtube. Which has the vodka traditional podcasting as you know so. That's a key thing for me is focusing on these creators. Were using these platforms. And i think you'll see a lot of my reporting. That's often where i get. A lot of. My story is by talking to folks who are on the ground living the life of a audio creator and so that's that's a big interest and then also just how big tech is coming into the space. That's a huge story. Line for me that i'm following and we shouldn't. We should mention. Ashley warned us. She's in the middle of the construction zone so we will hear from occasion. We'll hear construction equipment. Don't worry ashley okay. This is the podcast. So was the same with an occasional train that comes by with me too. So it's not like we're all immune from this. But yeah ashley just comment on what you just said about your your focus. I think what you're doing is is a reflection of what taught and i've been seeing in the medium for a while now and that's that's a broadening of the perception of the scope of podcasting and what podcast is and so you you know apple making this change in the subscriptions moore paid contents And and just audio just general like you were mentioning clubhouse and things like that. Those are being linked up with podcasting now. Too same thing with people creating content over in youtube taking the audio out of youtube and putting him out of the podcast. There's this kind of mash of meshing that's happening around podcasting in the meaning of the word podcast is getting bigger and i guess what you're doing is a reflection la. Yeah i mean there are still folks who definitely. I think angry when you talk. Use the word podcast for content. That's not distributed over our asses of which can have that conversation. But i for my. That's why i kind of go with audio is because i just think people listening to things. People talking into microphones spoken word. Music obviously is interesting to me as well but audio books but this idea that are listening. More than ever is kind of what i'm interested in. It was definitely some people upset that they weren't qualified for the podcast awards because they weren't a podcast. They were a exclusive on spotify. They were a show on spotify. They weren't technically pot. I'm one of those purist. I'm not a. I'm not a die hard purist but you know it's one of those things if you can't subscribe to the podcast app then. Are you really podcast. You know and the true definition of the word. Now your audio creator absolutely. But you know when you're on clubhouse you're not a podcast unless you're recording in putting it as a podcast so you're gaudio traitor it the definitions get very messy. Do i know audio books. It's like okay. If you create a long podcasts is not like an audio book as an audiobook half to be a thing that's written from attacks that you record like it just gets all messy. Yeah i hear you. it's kind of fun..

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Spotify Is Not Going to Kill Podcasting

Sounds Profitable

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Spotify Is Not Going to Kill Podcasting

"I worked at megaphone so full disclosure they are. I left before the deal. So i left in august so twenty twenty And it was really important to me to come to provide my view on it and highlight some of the other people in the space that we're talking about it and i called out j. Richmond of spotify Nick quad hot pod. And ashley carman of the verge with their views on it but specifically nick i really liked for off your lesser spotify pig drawing up butcher pig as spotify and all the different parts of it but i wanted to dig in because you had some really interesting points of view coming from a little bit of a different angle. Now everything i do is add tech focus right a lot of what i'm doing is about the people who are already in the space already working with these tools trying to improve their skill and set to become decision makers or their decision makers and become better informed. And it's very easy for me to forget about the people who are trying to enter the space from the creative side of the production side or the people that that are starting off without getting a paycheck from it. So why don't we dig in a little bit and if you can kinda sum up your view on spotify by megaphone. Maybe we can walk through that and like who. Your view is for right. Okay so i would self identifies sort of mao the pessimist in this space. Because i think there are a lot of people who evangelize podcasts and podcasting and feel like it's going to the next big things you know. We hit that every month. The last fifteen years and i've always been a little bit more depressive. An someone who feels like there is a carnivorous appetite within certain big conglomerates and corporations to take away the magic that is podcasting all the dream. That was podcasting. As i often say

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"carman" Discussed on Chats with the Chatfields

Chats with the Chatfields

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"carman" Discussed on Chats with the Chatfields

"I know so crazy. We need an association like we're talking about the team encompasses all kinds of different disciplines. So it's great to have owner for brings all of that to gather that's right and so she's telling me carman is yes. Sounder of musician. Unbelievable yeah she's the founder so she founded and now serves as executive director of the international boarding and pet services association. That's ibp as a. Wow carmen welcome.

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"carman" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"carman" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

"Got it. Yeah got it. Because i kept thinking i had to get my head in the heart in my hands around. I kept thinking. I had to do this now. If would have just leaned in to the fact that he's got it right. It would have spared myself a lot of anxiety. And that's what really getting back to acknowledging who got it. yeah. I think that's so good. And you kinda acknowledged how you went through a period where you wouldn't acknowledge it. I'm not panicking. i'm not wearing. Everything's fine and i think on the other on the other end you have the moms who they know they're wearing they know they're they're panicking but here's what they do the tight-fisted. I can fix it like and make this happen. I'm aware there's a problem but by. Golly i'm gonna fix this because high. I've got this for goodness and i think that is really what that is as pride which really a lack of acknowledgment of god to think that we're gonna fix it that we can tight-fisted and make it happen And if we can get everything in order were going to go away. And that is a lack of acknowledging garden. And it's gonna make things worse. It's going to lead to the panic because all the sudden we're gonna figure out wait a minute. I can't fix this. I don't have this no matter how hard i work at this. I'm only growing more weary and the situations growing more intense and then we go into panic and so where take us into that winning before we go into panic. I want it back up. Because i agree with what you're saying abbey and i see that but how practically because i know for myself there are times where i recognize. Okay i'm stressing out about this thing. I'm worried about that thing. I'm i'm anxious about something. And i trust the lord know that he is present. I know that he hears me but practically speaking aside from worship because we already talked about worship that's an easy thing put on some worship music. We live in a dan age. Where you don't have to have a record player or a tape cassette player you you can open your turn your phone on and listen to any music you want. But how practically can we give our worry and our anxiety to the lord. And i know we're going to talk about prayer so so i know that that plays into it as well but once we acknowledge it how do we. How do we release that. Yeah and that's an excellent question again. This is not. I am not handing out magic wands today. That's why we you on come on sorry about that. I should have said that earlier. Nor do i offer pixie. Dust is this is going to be something. And this is the beauty of sanctification. Our justification instant right miss the easy part of this process that we go through. So that's that's step. One were justified right but this sanctification is an ongoing process. And as much as we want it to be. I wanted to be instant right. I'm here to tell you twenty five years in it's not right. It's a process and so i think part of it is leaning into that growth rights and learning more about who he is and more about where we are where we need to go right. So i'm gonna suggest something radical if you're if you censor yourself Progressing through this not this is not the right direction for any of us right. Worry anxiety panic. It's not the direction we're supposed to be going. You feel yourself progressing there. He got a turnoff social media. Thing the thing that feeds this progression is comparison. Yes and when you get on. And i don't care if it's at pinterest in somebody bakes a better birthday. Their kid's room decorated cool or they put out a vegetable garden at much less if their kids. Are you know dressed and ready for school by five thirty in the morning. It's just not a winnable thing. i think. A lot of a lot of worry. Anxiety and panic cycles for moms. And and i do think it's somewhat of a cycle because i think we get to a place where we can arrested. And then what do we do. We take our as jay's here we go again right I think were fading. It by our own hand. And i think it's a way that the enemy is taking a stand one by one through discouragement and doubts and then despair and depression and that's not the direction we want to go. So a very proactive. Thing you can do is know yourselves. And again i will confess. I don't need to spend a lot of time on social media. Yeah because the comparisons and the intensity. If i start taking on what everybody else is doing as all the things that i've never done an abject failure. I'm a terrible mother. I'm terrible cook. I'm a terrible fill in the blank right because look at what everybody else is doing. Yeah and so. I have to severely limit. How often i'm on there because it's not good for me. Yeah the enemy can so easily use it as a trigger for me. yeah right. So that's an unpopular thing to say. No i said necessary. Thank you i agree. I think it's becoming more. Because i think we realize our limitations and it's not just the comparison. It's that we're starting to take on everybody else's stresses on all the negativity in the entire universe at this in an n. What we do. We take our eyes off the job. God gave me to do today with my kids. So i couldn't agree more. Get that we need to know and some people can handle it better than others. so as we're journaling comes in as well write it down and you'll notice more. I'm on it. The more stressed out. I am so so and i him. Yeah i love that. T rachel i have a family member who really struggles with Her identity and i see that. So much of that It comes from the time that she spent on social media. Because she compares into your and it really does It messes with our psyche. And we forget who we are in christ when we see what we think others are who they are which is actually not a realistic picture of them. Either but we all know that's right. We don't know that emotional. It's like head knowledge but our emotions get caught up in the real. It's not right. It's not real. I have a story for this scripture right. So another thing that you can chase them. Look at so. Let's let's pause really quickly because we're actually at a time again. I know this time goes so quickly. let's let's come back tomorrow and finish this conversation because there's still so much i want to talk about and i want to hear Let's just keep rolling with this. So thank you. Rachel for being with us again today and i don't think we said this at the end of the last one but for those listening who may not know how to find rachel carmen. Where can people find out more about. You have blog at rachel carbon dot com and have a youtube channel. That's a new development on facebook. So i look forward to hearing from sounds great. We'll put the link in the show notes as well. We'll see you guys back here tomorrow every year parents just like you are discovering classical conversations of vibrant supportive christian homeschooling program. That's been equipping parents. Since nineteen ninety-seven with the resources tools. Guidance and encouragement. They need to home school their children with confidence and prepare them for a lifetime of success. Visit our website at classical conversations dot com to find a nearby community and learn more about homeschooling classical conversations way classical conversations christian homeschooling simplified..

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"carman" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"carman" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

"It all it what it is. I am anxious about this acknowledged it and then acknowledged him. He is often is sovereign over the whole thing. This moment in time that. We're in that i'm fairly confident. All of us would like to alter significantly. I'm going to choose to believe that. This is the moment in time. God has placed here for such a time as this tackling and his wives. And i'm gonna also further suggests that we're not gonna be able to be used by hamas mightily as he has already ordained if we choose to lean into anxiety. Instead of acknowledging him is the sovereign of the paralyzes us for for what has us nuts for exactly and worship for worry acknowledgement for anxiety and obviously prayer for panic. Yeah knowing love. Don't panic pray yeah right. I'm gonna go. I want to. I want to dive into those deeper because those are really incredible and everybody should get out there pen and paper because i think we should dive into those deeper but i think we need to take a quick break. Actually we need to. We need to. We need a tire. Yes and then. Let's come back on wednesday and talk about that because that is so powerful it really dig deeply into those things So yes we're we're out of time for today but we'll be back on wednesday. We'll continue talking about this rachel. You are such an encouragement every every single time we have you on absolutely love. This so great You guys thank you for listening. Today we will be back with you on wednesday please again. Share this with your friends. I know you have friends who need encouragement. I know that you are weary yourselves and That you have people in your life. You are wary as well so make sure you share this with them. We will see you back here in a couple of days. Have a good afternoon. Bye bye every year parents just like you are discovering classical conversations of vibrant supportive christian homeschooling program. That's been equipping parents. Since nineteen ninety-seven with the resources to guidance and encouragement to home school. Their children with confidence and prepare them for a lifetime of success. Visit our website at conversations dot com to find a nearby community and learn more about homeschooling the classical conversations way classical conversations christian homeschooling simplified..

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Acceptance: Is It The Path To Less Suffering by Allison Carmen

Optimal Living Daily

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Acceptance: Is It The Path To Less Suffering by Allison Carmen

"Acceptance is it the path to less offering by alison carman of alison. Carmen dot com. The other night my friend and i went to see a show is very crowded in the theater so when the show was over it took a long time to exit. My friends started to get very tight about people not walking more quickly and was really bothered for my part. I really didn't think much of it. We were talking about the show as we were shuffling out and accepted the slow pace as part of what happens when you go to the theater part of my mind detached and looked at the situation. I found it so interesting that we were both having the exact same outer experience but such a different inner experience. My friend just wanted to leave the theater and in her mind it was wrong. How slowly everyone was walking but his thought created impatience and frustration on her part. I'm no buddhist monk. But i did the situation and enjoyed my time talking as we inched out the door when i got home a little harsh about my friend as i repeated the story to my husband but as i was repeating the story i was reminded of how i had been in a cab going to the show that nights and there was traffic. I got upset that there was traffic. And that i'd be late for the show recalling. This my laughed a little. There was no difference between me and my friend why we were both resisting. The moment. it doesn't matter if one person stinking the line should be moving quicker and another. There should not be traffic on park avenue at this time of day. These are just are stories of how life should be stories that make a stress and miserable and even if my friend and i are right about these situations does it matter what should be is not what is happening in the moment and because we are trapped in how things should be we are not free so what is the key to internal freedom and joy in a word it is acceptance often when i speak to clients about the idea of acceptance. Their knee jerk reaction. No matter what their problem is. Why would i accept. This is not right. Or i am not going to just give up and accept these circumstances but believing that. Something's right or that you have to give up is not what acceptance is for me. The acceptance is seeing things as they are in the moment in simply accepting. This is the experience you are having. The struggle of is happening should not be happening or this is unacceptable ends when we accept things as they are. Sometimes there's nothing to do about a situation as when we were leaving a crowded theatre or when we are in traffic the minute you accept the thing that's driving you nuts. You stop struggling with it and you stop feeling pain. There's nothing to do but relax in the present with the experience is what life has to offer other times except in subsea find peace and less suffering even as he remained open to changing your circumstances in the future acceptance does not change your passion or need for change allows you to show up in the moment with piece about what is an strengthened focused to make things different nowadays. Will my kids don't clean their rooms it rains. I don't have an umbrella or declined. Forgets are meeting. I try to smile and say. I did not expect this but i accept this. Maybe everything is okay. I take a big breath in men. Smile still tell my children at clean their room. They get home. I buy a five dollar umbrella that will break in a week and try to figure out an effective way to remind my clients of our meetings. I do all of those things at the same time. I am accepting the moment for what it is. This is a true path for less suffering and more ease in everyday life. Take a moment and think about a few aspects of your life that you are not accepting how would it feel to not struggle with it anymore. Can you accept a circumstance in relax into the moment came. Accept your situation is still try to improve your circumstances in the future. Try the mantra. I did not expect this. But i accept this. Maybe everything is okay and then see what shows up in your life.

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"carman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"carman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Up next with Mark Carman, Thursday night Football Packers and 40 Niners still on For now, both teams they're dealing with players testing positive for the virus and the WG and forecast partly cloudy tonight a typical high this time of the year B 54 but the low for the overnight It's going to be 53 considerable clouds coming our way Thursday. Early in the day we'll see Sunshine by the afternoon. The high 70 even warmer on Friday with a high temperature of 73 normal. Hi there 53. Saturday and Sunday. We'll see highs in the mid 70 sun and clouds with a chance for rain coming our way early next week on W. G N meteorologist to Beatrice, I agree. And I'm Vic Vaughn on Chicago's very own 7 20. W G. N introducing touch free payments from papal a safe way, If your customers to pay simply download the papal app and display your own unique you are code for your customers to scan Whether you're a market seller, poodle, pamper piano tuner or plumber signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy Touch freak your code payments. No cellar fees until 2021 not applicable to paper here Transactions. Other fees may apply shop safe with PayPal. Does anybody want breakfast? Guys. Let's go. Come later for McDonald's in five seconds. Breakfast Stampede meal. It's only at McDonald's where there's a meal for every morning. And nothing says morning like a classic sausage McMuffin with egg right now, get this all time favorite for just two bucks on the $123 menu. Pricing participation may very cannot be combined with any other offer a combo meal but up up up I have to do laundry. When I get home. I have to, like all my clothes.

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Episode 136 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 1 - burst 21

The Moratorium

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Episode 136 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 1 - burst 21

"Let me scroll down here in verify that. That was current. What we got we got amazes monsters Yet, he knows your loan was nineteen, eighty I credit before the love boat and bosom buddies started in nineteen, eighty, nine, I love those and buddies. And Nineteen ninety-two as mazes and monsters. Now he just shows up as. A friend of a friend the the college student. I don't know. He looks really young and yeah he's trying to be nice and Quirky it works he he really does work for him in this film, but he's not a big role right Now, this film I think was totally either. In sync or ripping off Halloween. Okay. What Year did you say this? This is nineteen eighty. So Halloween was seventy eight. but Halloween to was what eighty two I think. But this sounds like the score could have been done by John Carman. Saint something's the scares not so much in the same thing it has the same trope that the woman can't do anything by yourself. this does have James Webb Hornet. Really, young, he's thirty four in this film and he's playing a professor who is banging one of his students guy. I I'm sorry you have to see him that way. Yeah. The student he's banging is Elizabeth Cam and Elizabeth Kemp. Came back to play and the clairvoyant. Who has also directed by the same guy okay. The Director of this film is Armand. Mastroianni and K and Toyo- on the Sandwich. Isn't it? It's a double decker sandwich. Yeah. Is Married to Mary Elizabeth Master Antonio to This guy also directed Cameron's closet Oh that's another. Another way back when for me that was nineteen, eighty eight for Cameron's closet. I remember that I had the Fan Goria that I kind of talked about Cameron's closet and I was so excited to see it. Also get it confused with cellar dweller and I'm not real sure which one is which. I think I got confused with the woman in White Lady and The lady in White Yes lady and I love that mood. Are you talking about the one with Lukas Haas and yes yes. Yes. That was a great movie director also he did. the TV movie for the ring which I clicked on. Not the same guy so don't even. That was Natasha, Kinski and Michael York and a Danielle Steele. Oh my God how? Eighties. Possibly, get. That that's painful. Is Very painful that was actually nineteen, ninety six how really? Got Horrible as why I clicked on it, I was like Oh man really and I no no. No. Thanks unless unless mustaches. Well, let's never yet but he directed like eight episodes of Friday, the thirteenth, the series also tales from the dark side. Music that.

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"carman" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"carman" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Chances are compliant children are GonNa have that. Kit. By trade they might not have been that kid. Had A sibling that was and I want to bless my grandkids. And I get to blast my grandkids by digging my heels end with my kids here and I bless my compliant kids by loving their TC siblings. Yeah. A need each other God family together it so bats what it looks like to really meet them where they are give them the time don't insist on doing everything insist on diligence in excellence but no one you need to set it aside for a day or an hour or maybe a week but come back to back right now and high bar. Apology Educational Ministries is happy to sponsor this episode of the school. House. Rock podcast. Apology is the number one publisher for home schooling families with over a hundred and ten number one awards. Now, that's impressive but more importantly, that's why apology is trusted by homeschooling families all across the USA. Speaking of the USA Americans will soon be voting. As with any election, the future of our country and the US Constitution is at stake. Your students need to know and understand our country's most foundational document. Fortunately, we have the perfect course to help. Constitutional Literacy. This is a video based course with an accompanying student notebook. The. Author is my fierce current president and CEO of alliance defending freedom. You can view the free video, download a sample.

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"carman" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"carman" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"To get me out of the room for the next feature to come in and they announced can meet Rachel in the hall, and so we're not she's not going to be here. You need to go out there. Well, guess who's the first person in line the talked me her that mom? Yeah she could not speak. She was still shaking and sobbing and she said me, I'm not the only. nappy. And she said that was worth the drive have tim though but I'm not the only one. The enemy had me convinced that I was the only one she said I didn't even think your workshop would make it. I didn't even think it would make it because they had like a minimum. I don't know what it was of how many people had to sign up for a session for can make and she was I didn't even think it would make it and when I sat there, and all of those other mothers came in I thought the enemy is a liar and that's what these MOMS need. They need to know that you're not alone number two. They need to know that God, has a plan. It's not an accident. It's not a cosmic payback. None of they're laughing at you go and you were one here's yours. It's not an answer to your mother's prayer men of that ride the all of that is just a why you've got to hold onto the fact that God knows what he's up to yeah, and he has a plan for that kid and he has a plan for new mom. Both and it's not just them. It's both and issue to and God has his incredible work that he wants to do in both of you. Yeah. Oh, that's so powerful every year parents just like you are discovering classical conversations of vibrant supportive Christian homeschooling program that's been quitting parents since nineteen ninety-seven with the resources tools guidance and encouragement they need to home school.

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"carman" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"carman" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I said you know it's so funny because the theme song to growing pains with show me that smile again, don't. Still Weird that is I. Don't know it was like the whole week was about smiling smiling. Isn't it funny? They were all the men. So that should tell us that these men are saying. Hey, MOMS, hey, wives. Hey, women yeah nothing. Little you know, then you're noticing it. Yes, so we did talk a lot about smiling. Lots of smiling going on smile day hurt. It's a good thing, so thank you. For watching tonight and for being with us, we are so grateful for you and just let us know how we can continue to serve you. If there're certain guests that you would like to have on the podcast, let us know. We always wanted to serve you best so sometimes. We've people often ask me. They think that I know everybody in the home school, world or have heard every speaker and they're like. How would you heard a so and so I'm like no are maybe I've heard of their name, but I've never heard him. Speak or had him on the PODCAST, and so if there are people like that, please feel free to send us. An email at podcast at schoolhouse rock dot com let us know questions because abby doing QNA every several weeks now we're going to do an episode which is just q a, and and so that's a very exciting thing we've. We've got one Dan. We're getting ready to record another one and just answering your questions about home schooling, so let us know if you have questions. We're here to serve you and answer your questions. We don't know the answers. We won't make them up. Or your laugh are. We'll just smile at you right? We'll just your smile. I hope you've been encouraged today. Please be sure to join us again on Monday for another great episode of the Schoolhouse Rock podcast..

"carman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"carman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You're listening to Ken Carman on CBS sports radio eight five five two one two for CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven I get the NASCAR coming up a little bit he's working the phones like crazy Hickey also to work the phones with bill is bill not able to come on at twelve forty PM eastern now bills on fortune going have to cancel our twelve forty why here why are a big little game has gone that long so just like magic baseball baseball cannot get the pace of play shortened up I guess are you serious I'm not kidding I hope she is the coaching that's what it sounded like they did sound like he is involved on the coaching aspect I didn't know he coached his son's little league team what any tell us that the first place when you say we when you like reference as we have a double header that would mean you're coaching right yeah I would assume well knows because it's your kid right so even if you're not coaching you're just watching you could still say we mostly we about their favorite team like there's plenty of people who don't coach the Houston Texans but they say we that's a small minority that way I I what as far as fans fancy we all got on a roll your eyes anytime they say we won the I don't I don't gain I don't I don't you you're your stuck in journalism mode I'm not we talk I'm writing it we talked to fans don't practice journalism principles I am a fan and I feel I used to say we are not gonna lie when I was like thirteen we won the game last night I was great but now I just say blank my favorite team are my favorite player how old is too old to say we are I think you know how to handle I'm not to take all these calls on Colin Kaepernick here and now I have another whole conversation that I want to have about what's too old to say we were to come to your favorite team definitely run high school I'd say is when it's probably time to drop away and just start saying you know really yes I had really you you will feel comfortable as a grown man saying we won the NBA title in twenty sixteen referring to the Cavaliers all caps I need to we won a game yesterday as a Browns Hickey the Cleveland had not won a championship in fifty two years yeah we it's a week okay they were the **** of jokes Cleveland it's been the **** of jokes on Johnny Carson for years after that the river caught on fire the whole thing we've heard all the jokes yes it was a wee with the Cavaliers won the championships at twenty six championship in twenty sixty old definitely it was a way that was a horrible example Hickey what if you're a Yankee fan well it's been over a decade since the eighties when the World Series right so I mean I don't know what else to say there but that was a horrible example buddy boy look up the win the Superbowl if the bills win the Superbowl this year a bills fan says we have a problem with that yes you you're not on the field you're not coaching we went to city have won a title for the first time sure when you're you know if you're talking about what it means to the city but to actually go out and with a straight face say we won the Super Bowl we won the NBA title Jews you fed me and you have literally zero to do with coaching with playing with having any sort of outcome all right well it on how it happened so I'm sorry you can see we I shudder right here we all right for these callers about to get to I'm sorry I gotta ask you guys to questions I gotta ask you guys will be the perfect fit for Colin Capra Nick what team I think there are a few teams I think are the worst fits recalling happened I can I can get into that a little bit but I don't think there's very many what is the best fit for Capitec for you and whether or not you can say we as a grown man as a sport or grown woman as a sports fan in America about your favorite teams will get the lesson Pittsburgh first less your first up on CBS sports radio hello hello hello hello interested in about the whole thing but I'll take a look first question first okay okay so don't examine the moralist but that's what I would consider this quarterback issues is it bad that I've basically get retired state cannot go they have they have been still steadfastly with James's there they've been saying that they did say they take the pills or future I don't believe that much in Janus I don't well I I mean I gosh it I I like what Colin Kaepernick does to protect the football in his final season better than the one I like last year we gave us with the not protecting it last season with it with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers so you might think that's crazy but that's how I feel about it I just don't think that when they're telling me that he's the future stay with me here less when they tell me that he's the future I just don't believe a thirty year old who's thrown fifteen passes should be the future your franchise I I can't believe you in that sense thank you for that too but I think I think they're like David Warren a little into something to get done with the playwright David all the billing world but read more I think call a cabinet will be perfect I think Seattle will be perfect for him I think I think take care already admitted having buyers or not buyer's remorse if you will about I thank all the cabinets two thousand seventeen I think Russell will fix that was enough you'll feel no pressure you know what what's the what's the future hall of fame quarterback if something were to happen the Russell Wilson I think call to keep them afloat because that's what their disability and they haven't Seattle the team was going to say my home county with dealers but I think he will be better they need a password just because others have all been running in the three but then again you have a lot more of that good old boy network you can see it for the fan base I don't know how that will work out what about I think it would be fun see I was I was sit there and I wonder let's stay with because of that though I mean just ask your last question so you got your you say you're a Steelers fan do you say we I think because of all the money in politics where merchandise but Hey if you pick the best one for the league will be well thank you less thank you very much for the call see if you I did bring in the money that was spent you think about that if you're a season ticket holder at any one of these cities you're damn right it's.

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"carman" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"carman" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

"Him because it's so hard and like you're saying the world is telling us just do what makes you happy you see it everywhere you see it on t shirts you see signs you you see it on billboards just do what makes you happy do you. And that is not the word of God says and as you were talking I was actually thinking about the movie fireproof roof with Aaron. And it's such a fantastic movie. Because I think if we're all realistic about our marriage we all come to points in our marriage. We where we feel like. We don't don't love. That person. Were angry with them. And I mean that feeling may last for ten minutes or it may last for ten hours or ten years but I think we all feel that at times like I just. I don't like you I don't love you I don't want to be with you anymore But if we if we rely on those feelings to make the decisions that are are life altering for us in our families. It's not gonna go well with us. And in that movie fireproof. You Know He. He learns to fall in love with his wife. All over again. And it's such a fantastic and beautiful. Look at what God can do in a marriage because even though we don't feel a certain way it doesn't mean that God can't help us. I Walk through that and and heal our marriages. I mean just like he can heal a wound than a cut on your leg. He can heal the wounds of marriage as well. And if we're only to be committed to what God has called us to do than than he can do that. He is a powerful God. He's the god of the universe and random and he can do that why it especially in our culture today Rachel White is marriage even matter you know we look at a lot of millennials and I know there are a whole lot of them who just feel like we'll marriage doesn't even matter. I don't need husband. I don't need a wife. I'm doing just fine on my own. I'm pursuing my career. I don't need a family wide is why is marriage. Even matter in light of God's plan for our world you know that is just such that is such a great question and I think it's a question that gets lost in this Mimi culture right. There's an assumption that that it doesn't matter that it is something that we should do away with. Let's throw off the shackles of tradition raw. So you know the heavyweight of the way things have always been done instead of considering will why why have they been down that way you know. Why don't we to ask that question? And it's a very important question. So in the very beginning of the Bible in the beginning in God created We read through the Genesis Account. There is the Pronoun we used because we learn very early in scripture. The turn -ality That he established a beginning riding established time but he actually existed outside. I of time established time with the the the rhythm of the seasons. And all that. But there's a we introduced early in scripture because because we know that there's this big unity within the trinity between Father Son and Holy Spirit in it is that unity that is physically illustrated in our marriages Ryan so has been y and God. That's the the Trinity Harian Representation Tation in a marriage is are those three and then the reason it matters I believe is God wants us to participate in fellowship with one another. He in guide says we were never made to do this by ourselves. which is in my opinion simultaneously? Awesome an incredibly intimidating right. Because it's awesome because I don't want to do this mass out. I think there are a few things worse worse than loneliness. Yeah which is really why. I'm so committed to encouraging homeschool MOMS specifically it can literally take you under. We need like you're all by yourself and I wanted to say here here. If you are a single home school mom and you're longing to be in a marriage I I would just I pray for you because it is a deep longing. I had friends that are single. Hounds commands in. That is very very difficult. And I'm so grateful that structure were told that God is a has been to those women. Were doing it in. It's it's not easy. It's it's harder than doing it as a couple but God is so good to be a faithful has been in the circumstances So I wanted to make sure that it didn't seem like I was unaware that is a very real part of the home schooling demographic the marriage matters because again. It's a part of our sanctification attention as we come together as husband and wives and we practice in that fellowship and.

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"carman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"carman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To Ken Carman on CBS sports radio. Eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven the baseball in a minute. Got to get to the phones. Jeff in Pensacola, Florida says athletes shouldn't get paid Jeff. Go ahead. You're on CBS sports radio. Marine wise. I see people getting advocation, and I have a live back for Africa, go to college, and what I know very tops. It very hard. You got a good up and go to posits everyday. Then you gotta go to class, and I'll be honest the bid we had to pay athletes. They would all go all the way down to division three and they author to threaten to get right up to half. What I know that. John. It may never happen. And the reason why they created the term do now. Back in the nineteen hundreds. I went to court. They would they would have to be quantified out for and I agree with you. Diane gonna apply regret. But I think RJ back I have a better career because he hits the three. Okay. Not great. But I want you know, I'm looking forward to watching baseball here. What negotiator dot pie? My name's Jeff, Jeff, Jeff who's your favorite team who's your favorite team for the tournament. Gator moving in. And I'm wa fan you're Florida fan. Yeah. Aubert's? Alright Jeff thank you very much for the call. Don..

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"carman" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"carman" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"But I mean, there's gotta be some better like life lessons or some better more meaningful stories to tell when you when you write a memoir than than that kind of thing. Is there anyone reached out to like, hey, I'm gonna talk about this? You have a problem with it. There were a number of people on former teammates who I reached out to. And I sent excerpts from the book about specific things that happened on the points. So guys, why served in ranger battalion with some guys who were on my Odia, and I sent them excerpts from the book, but mostly not because I was really asking them for permission. I was asking them for permission to use their name if they wanted to be in the book and ask if they wanted to or not, and I think all of them said, you know, go ahead. Do it do what you want. And and I think I just referred to them all by their first names in the book, but more I was sending it to them because I wanna make sure that I was being factually accurate. Am I remembering this totally wrong? You know? Of course, there's going to be different perspectives. But are my facts just completely wrong here. And so I sent them I sent excerpts of the book off not a lot. But you know, maybe a dozen or ten different people just to make sure that I wasn't remembering things completely wrong. And to my surprise, actually, I I mean when you tell someone you're writing a book about this stuff. You would understand that they'd be get get very nervous. But I found all of them to be completely like helpful like willing to add additional information or further elaborate or contextualized something for me. And all of them were kind of like dude at your book. Right from your perspective. Tell like it is. And you know, they all kind of had the perspective of let history be the judge. And I mean, I really admire all of them for that. That's awesome. I will I have the advanced copy. We'll get to it wasn't finished Carman's book, which of enjoying definitely recommend. With that be short at checkout crate club, we have different tiers of membership depending on how prepared.

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"carman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"carman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mark Carman Greenbury brings you the news. Here's steve. Thanks. Good morning. Everyone twenty-five degrees in Chicago on her way to thirty one today. Developing news here at the top the US supreme court, refusing to be drawn into the dispute over the appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting US attorney general the Justice has have this morning rejected an appeal in a case dealing with the gun rights that also included a challenge to Trump's appointment of Whittaker to temporary lead the temporarily lead the Justice department democrat governor elect Jay Pritzker will be sworn into office later today as the forty third governor Villanova he says at the top of his agenda or lifting wages growing the economy and attracting businesses, we need responsible government. We need stability in the state. We need a balanced budget. Those are all things that will be. Focusing on stage facing a seven point five billion dollars mess in terms of unpaid bills. It has one of the worst credit ratings of any state in the US and the highest pension debt in the nation. The swearing in ceremony will begin at about noon today, followed by the inaugural address. You can hear it live right here on seven twenty WGN and wgnradiOcom the longest government shutdown in US history has now dragged on for four twenty four days with no sign of ending the house and Senate are scheduled to return to work today. But snow in Washington could keep some lawmakers away from the capital, even if they do make it in neither the house nor the Senate scheduled to vote on any measures to reopen. The government a man accused of killing the parents have thirteen year old Jamie clause and kidnapping her and holding her hostage for nearly three months is doing a Wisconsin courtroom today. Lost his cousin. Angela de Andrea no says they've started at gofundme page under gonna go driving to take care. Answer to enshrine taking her to the clinic using it for medical costs or anything clauses back with family members. Authorities say there's no evidence so far the twenty one year old Jake Paterson new the close family or that he had ever visited their home in Barron county, Wisconsin the man convicted of killing Chicago teenager Pendleton in two thousand thirteen will be sentenced today. Michael ward faces a minimum of about fifty years in prison after a jury found him guilty of murder and aggravated battery last August, prosecutors say ward shot and killed the fifteen year old honor student at a southside park ecommerce experts say it accounts for nearly twelve percent of all retail sales and in grocery as well the CEO jewel Osco says it's the number one challenge to the retail grocery business at a crack the code how we do it better than anyone else in the market. That's one of our big challenges. We have our drive up and go program, which the customer can or. Order their groceries in advance. And then drive to the store we deliver them out to their car, and that's relatively new Paul gossip was a guest on.

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Ariana Grande at the BBC

SRSLY

07:04 min | 3 years ago

Ariana Grande at the BBC

"The next thing we're going to talk about is a couple of Arianna 'Grande things. Basically, she had a special on the BBC recently with davina McCall, which was the kind of in conversation with her plus performances of songs renew album and a few older hits. And then also she completed unexpectedly dropped a new single called. Thank you next, which is a very personal song dealing with her recent romantic past and her attitude to basically, so shall we start with the TV specials? Sure, let's start with the TV special. So yeah, the BBC have done a few of these kind of like pop star at the BBC things by TV did when would be on say. It's really good. And yeah, I think was TV or the BBC. He did the Michael boob way of christmasy one. I Carman now think TV the only one I think I've watched before the Adele, right? Yeah. Exactly. It was a very similar format except with Graham noted as davina McCall high today. So yeah, it's like a small studio performance interspersed with interviews. Harry styles did one of these. That's the right. Yes. It's a series of intimate live performances. Interspersed with interviews from davina McCall.

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Double trouble — the allure of two NBA Game 7s — The Undefeated

KTAR

02:02 min | 4 years ago

Double trouble — the allure of two NBA Game 7s — The Undefeated

"Can i appreciate that and you know that i'm one of the rare people nationally at funds cleveland be one of my favorite cities to visit now so i'd be all in for that it's true he's not pandering folks he means that i've been within in cleveland he absolutely loves it you can follow ken on twitter at ken carman remember check them out tomorrow night this same time slot ten pm to two am eastern seven pm to eleven pm pacific and mornings on ninety two point three the fan in cleveland good luck to your calves can thanks so much for joining me thank you very much ken carman boy poor uncle butch at the memorial day weekend at the carmen house and that surprise me so for those of you listen to cbs sports radio at this time on sunday nights and you hear ken carman or if you're listening in cleveland ninety two three in cleveland one of the great guys nationally and ken like me enjoys his food and joyce's libations heavy set fellow big sports fan and that surprises me i posed that memorial day question if they're always hard hitting cavs stuff as far as what you would eat or what you need to put out because i think those are the important things around this time when it comes to summer barbecues and he has the nerve to save uncle butch or any of the families over they should just be happy to be in his presence come on can we need the whippable set out we need the corn hominid the kan jam and you better have more than hot dogs and hamburgers but ken carman frankly i'm going to say it sounds like a cheapskate when it comes to entertaining people and that's not the way i wanna live that's not the way i want to entertain you're better than that can back next we're heading to a game seven of both conference finals what a show klay thompson put on for the golden state warriors tonight and the houston rockets who led by ten at the half end up losing by nearly thirty james harden didn't attempt to free throw in the second half are the houston rockets already dead before they even get to game seven we'll discuss that next plus more on cavs celtics game seven and the stanley cup final all coming your way morass here on.

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Nathan Carman, man accused of killing grandfather, invokes Fifth Amendment in inheritance case

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:32 min | 4 years ago

Nathan Carman, man accused of killing grandfather, invokes Fifth Amendment in inheritance case

"Not really jeff because teachers and students plan to be back here tomorrow in fact some teachers were telling me they're willing to use their sick days to come down to the capital so they can keep pressure on the lawmakers jeff right omar thanks we move now to a murder mystery in new england members of nathan carman's family claimed he killed his grandfather and mother to collect a multimillion dollar inheritance carmen has not been charged but he appeared in court today don daler is following this case two awesome awfully substantial i had very very little nathan carman's turned accusations of murder onto his aunts in a court hearing scheduled to stop him from gaining a family inheritance by digging up information into two unsolved family deaths in two thousand sixteen linda carmen nathan's mother went missing during a boating trip nathan carmen was found and rescued eight days later i just want to thank the public their prayers and for your continuing prayers for my mother three years earlier carman's grandfather millionaire real estate developer john carlos was found shot to death in connecticut home carmen allegedly owned the same caliber rifle used in his grandfather's murder and is a suspect in the cold case investigation carman's aunts believed that their nephew is responsible for both deaths and that he was fueled by a potential seven million dollar inheritance carmen chose to invoke the fifth amendment during today's hearing when questioned about his gun and other financial documents that could provide clues about his role in his family members deaths attorney dan small is representing the family he refused to answer questions he refused to take a polygraph exam that's not the conduct of someone who cares deeply about his grandfather wants to find his grandfather's murder carmen has fired his attorneys in is currently representing himself against the advice of the judge jeff judge david king says that the family attorneys may be allowed to depose carmen at a future date all right don taylor thank you there is a groundbreaking development in africa tonight i take a look at this video of the groundbreaking open here the rift is several miles long and some believe it is a the continent is splitting into ever so slowly here's chip reid with more on this this giant crack in.

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