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"church england" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The plainest include Foothill Church, England, or a Calvary Chapel, Chino Hills and Chino in the Shepherd of the Hills Church in Porter. Ranch. Attorney Jeremiah Gallus with the alliance defending Freedom, said the state Department of Managed Health Care is order that the church's insurance policy cover abortion. Loss, in their view is a violation of the church's First Amendment rights. If the government can force a church to violate its religious convictions, then there really is no limit to what it can require people to do and so at its heart. This is a question about whether our First amendment protects the right of churches to operate consistently with their religious place. It's possible the Ninth Circuit Court might delay a ruling since a similar case related the First Amendment rights and privileges Said for argument before the U. S. Supreme Court early next year, with a resolution possible by early summer, Pete Demetriou Okay and extend 70 news radio in a statement, the Department of Managed Health Care, says the Knox Keene Healthcare Service Plan Act of 1975 requires that their health plans provide basic healthcare services to their enrollees, and the California Constitution prohibits health plans from discriminating against women. Who choose to terminate a pregnancy. Even after their first World Series victory in decades, the Dodgers have laid off a number of employees believed to be 40 to 50 people overall across the organization, the Dodgers racked up all the winds they needed to capture the championship. But they also racked up roughly $100 million in losses, thanks to the pandemic, Andrew Zimbalist, a sports economist of Smith College, tells Kay enacts. The layoffs are understandable. Since Dodger Blue is hemorrhaging a lot of ready. I think you start your fence. What the Dodgers to be financially sound and strong competitively. They have to respect the need for the Dodgers to control their spending strategies. He points out that more than half of a baseball teams revenues come from things like ticket sales and concessions, And he notes that a world Syriza's win often translates into more ticket sales and higher ticket prices. The following season. But you know that effect is probably going to be muted. It's not altogether eliminated because of the covert conditions, he says. Sales of world Syriza merchandise is just a sliver of the Dodgers overall revenues. John Bear, KNX 10 70 news radio. Cases of coronavirus rising.
"church england" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"A County foster care system. They're being held as part of National adoption Day and are being performed on line because the pandemic 50 Greenberg is presiding judge of the Juvenile Court of Los Angeles. Else can ex about the emotional weight This event carries either Children who are found to have suffered abuse or neglect on have no one to call Mom or Dad. And what this is doing is creating permanent see through adoption. So it's even Maurin emotionally impactful and emotionally important. That we complete their adoption copies. Electronic adoption system has also allowed for the processing and approval of adoptions during the pandemic. Greenberg says that in four months about 1000 adoptions have been finalized, thanks to the system. Three judge federal panel was heard arguments from three area churches opposing state regulations that require them to provide coverage for abortion services and their employees. Insurance cases of the case has taken five years to get to this level of review by the U. S ninth Circuit Court. The plainest include Foothill Church, England, or a Calvary Chapel, Chino Hills and Chino in the Shepherd of the Hills Church in Porter. Ranch. Attorney Jeremiah Gallus with the alliance defending Freedom, said the state Department of Managed Health Care is order the church's insurance policy cover abortion. Loss, in their view is a violation of the church's First Amendment rights. If the government can force a church to violate its religious convictions, then there really is no limit to what it can require people to do and so at its heart. This is a question about whether our First amendment protects the right of churches to operate consistently with their religious place. It's possible the Ninth Circuit Court might delay a ruling since a similar case related to First Amendment rights and privileges. Said for argument before the U. S. Supreme Court early next year, with a resolution.
"church england" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"All right everyone. So we're halfway through the show. Welcome back from the break against I've been teased all day. We're GONNA get into our last two shows hair today. So I up, we have the tutors. If you're now tuning in, we just finished discussing the White Queen and before that we were discussing the white princess and those are the two shows that you're definitely going to want to watch before you watch the tutors. Because the tutors will be the last show that you would watch but the way again I I repeat it. It is the White Queen that you watch first. Then the white print says then the Spanish princess and then the tutors but however the spurs princess I won't I want to leave for lasts for you all because that will there's still a season two that will be coming out. Very very shortly. So stay tuned for that news and that update. So the tutors finally we're getting into it. So after watching the white queen and the White Princess, you have a better understanding of who King Henry the eighth is. Now again, this is relatable to the current Queen Elizabeth that we have right now now the country at this point of King Henry, the eighth has turned a protestant. Basically moving away from Catholic assume and he started this whole thing with the church, of England because of his first wife who he tried to annul their marriage, which is of. A. King Queen Catherine of Aragon. She's from Spain, a part of Spain. And his daughter's is actually Mary, which is also known as Bloody Mary later on because she becomes queen for the like a brief reign she actually tries to. Take back what her father did during his reign. He reigned for a very long time, and at this point, she wanted to turn it back to Catholics Catholic assume and the only reason why honestly the way it started again, he wanted a divorce from the first queen. Catherine and he wanted to marry and Boleyn but even right before he got into Angolan, which is also in the show he was actually with another mistress who he had a illegitimate son with who is known as Henry Fitzroy, and then of course, King Henry the eighth is the father to Elizabeth the Virgin Queen the famous famous red-haired Queen Elizabeth who eventually Bersell? But. She was always mad at her father for killing her mother and Bohlen who was the second wife to him. So starting off, her is Catherine of Aragon, which is what the Spanish, princess all about and as the first wife of King Henry the eighth she was actually demoted and she did not bigger us on at all again going back to her only child with him was Mary Aka Bloody Mary in the future. Then we have Bessie, which is one of the ladies in waiting Catherine of Aragon and she bore a son for him but he was illegitimate because again, ladies in waiting not royal and he gained name Henry. Fitzroy which I assume he took his mother's last name since he couldn't take obviously Henry Tudor, and again, we all know how that is where it comes to illegitimacy and how mothers and fathers have tried so much put their little John son or daughter on the throne. Then we have an NBA Lynn she was actually beheaded and you may have heard of her story and her sisters. Actually it's called the other Boleyn girl and the way that movie was portrayed was first and did not get King Henry the eighth at first it was actually her sister and her sister and King Henry had had a illegitimate son. But that was specifically for the movie true evidence that shows that they had another son he had another son that was illegitimate with her. But if you watch the movie, it also stars Scarlett Johansson on in that movie as well. Who played the sister to end with her she actually was beheaded like I said before because she was accused of adultery and treason, and he then King Henry annulled their marriage and again, the whole reason why start in the first place for him to start church England because he wanted to decide who he wanted to marry who he wanted a divorce and the whole reason back to why he did it. To Catherine of Aragon was because she was actually married to his older brother way before they even got married and this was like when they were back at like seventeen nineteen years old and she was married to the Prince of Wales apparently, the number concentrated their marriage at least from her point of view and which meaning they never had sex, and of course, you had to have sex very first navy marriage to actually consummated because if you did that means you're officially a married couple if you didn't have sex at all, especially, if the woman was a version before then matter of the man was a virgin or not. But. Of the woman was version before then that meant something because then she had to start becoming pregame game producing male ears her first husband like I said, he was actually he died five five months later within that first year of marriage and there was a whole plot and everything and she went after basically King Henry the eighth instead he wanted her to kind of two sided and I love how the show actually will get more into that later kind of portrays as well. Then we have Jane Seymour she was actually a just married like four days to King Henry the eighth right after Angolans execution and she actually served leading. New waiting to both Queens Catherine of Aragon and Amblin. Very tricky and she birth Edward the six very cool. She was buried also next to King Henry the eighth because now they finally had a wife and that actually was of he put an royal stature and she boris son for him but she died in childbirth like right after the baby was still an infant basically looked at it as like the only one that really gave him what he wants, and that is why she was able to be buried next to the chapel next to King Henry the eighth. Then of course, after she died, he was looking for another queen. Again and we have an of cleves This is where he was actually pressured in his time of rain to actually have a take on another wife and he's was actually considered ugly wife. She was German as soon as they were about to be in the process of the wedding, he tried to stop it like midway and he divorced her after six months and they used to call her as a nickname, the king sister because they were no longer married but she still had like some type of like status and she actually died in peace. He actually paid her off and everything. So she actually did like a win win here. She'd have to deal with him at all. Then we have Catherine Howard who was another didn't lady-in-waiting and she was leading waiting to cleese. You can see the pattern here at this point in time Henry is a bit overweight and a bit older and Catherine Howard was actually only nineteen years old. She was actually accused of adultery even though she was showered with gifts from King. Henry the eighth I would assume if based off the evidence at this point. Member she's still like a kid..
"church england" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an ABC podcast on conversations. Today my guest is Sarah Brown a nurse. I met when we were in Alice Springs in two thousand eighteen. If you leave in the remote desert of the northern territory you're a very long way from hospitals and this is a real issue for many indigenous people who need to stay on country so that they close to family and culture. The Purple House was started back in two thousand and three to bring dialysis to these remote communities in the years since it's about a revolution in healthcare and life expectancy to people living in the desert. The Purple House is run by an aboriginal board but it. Ceo is a white filler. Sarah Brown well business cod says. Ceo But Sarah describes herself as Chief Hedge in plaza and turn Ou- cut up show also share a meal of feral cat. If that's what's required Sarah's a knows who spent many years working in remote communities doing everything from delivering babies to injecting sick camels. Sarah thanks for making time for conversation. Thanks for having me. You live in the territory now but you actually born in the UK. What's Lee stood as your what was listed as your home on your birth certificate. Tuzi Caravan Parks I. I really am trailer trash. Why were your parents Ravina? A Caravan Park well. My Dad was working as a teacher and my parents had no money and teaches. He was working pretty rough schooling London. Doing lots of jobs on the side and my parents couldn't afford anywhere else. They had a little caravan and I slipped in a draw. They were worried about me. Falling out of the drawer because it was under a wind. I and so they had me in Hyannis and one day I actually deed that are crawled out the window with suspended at the we in this on. This is an interesting Howard. I remember a lot of that thankfully saw someone saw you when you were outside. I've never wanted to Bungee jump. That's why with AK to Kobe to Australia Well soon after that my dad got a job as a placeman which was not really personality at all and we lived in a lovely little village called kin vine the Midlands and I remember a the hunting grounds and the squirrels and the daffodils and blue bells going are went to school there But I was still really struggling and by that stage the they have my sister to. I think they really wanted to go somewhere. Warm and somewhere along way from their relatives and they wanted to give it a guy's making their own lives you know so we were incredibly lucky and I mean I think now about Had difficulties for people to move to Australia but they really did appreciate the chance that was given to them and once your family arrived in Australia. How did you find out where your dad was going to be posted as a teacher so we? We knew that we can't be somewhere in Queensland so I was six. My sister was four two suitcases and six hundred quid. Which M my parents had collected by selling all their belongings and we arrived in Brisbane and had to wait around in in the education diploma. Whiting to hia and eventually they said We think we'll send you to marlborough a hang on. We'll just why maybe we can do better than that for you and my parents went and looked not look. These kids are exhausted. We'll go moore bar and I can remember. Well they tell the story of looking on a map trying to find somewhere. Which of course was mayor Barbara and eventually we were put on the Sun Linda to go out very slowly on the train up to Mary. Barra and arrived in the remember arriving and stepping out of the railway station and it looked like John Wayne should be walking up with a straight like was almost like tumbleweeds. You're talking about my birthplace. So you know well it was nine ten seventy four and the just been a big flat. Where did you find a live there? They really struggled to find some way to win. And a lot of the places I went to say with full of mud so they thought a house on stilts might be a really good idea and so they rented this half a house on these great big highs. Stilts neither refi and board a COUPLA mattresses and a couple of camping cheese and when we came out. It was fabulous. Did you guys get a car when you arrived? Yeah it took a while to save up. I can remember walking to school and we were walked past the carver that had been earmarked in our heads as it was a little white hillman. Hanta and with satellite with every morning on the way to school sciatic right exciting times. I couldn't understand a word anyone with saying to me. I always these pile little kid with pigtails. Sticking out the side of my head and this really thick Midland's accent. Do you still find yourself dropping into that accent sometime? I still say grass them bath in Yoga vitamins. And if I hang around my mom for a period of time my kids tell me on standing Palmy but in general you'd have to say our sound freely Australian Miramar acclaimed. You still just a kid in Maryborough Sarah you joined the MIRA. Historical Society prompted that. That is a peculiar or particular interest for kidding. Cow Was a peculiar. I think looking back at one of the things was early on. Always trying really hard to fitting and CY. I thought I'd better learn everything I could about. Styling he's stray. And I got the kind of standard history at school about Captain Cook and Matthew Flinders and all that sort of stuff but I knew they had to be more than that and I also. I started drawing the lovely old houses in Mara so I was sitting enjoying these houses and wondering about the people who lived there before and I called it. The historical society and I was the youngest member by at least fifty years. And I win time and I told my mom kids and clubs and getting driven around. The place in Maribor wasn't too bad because you could just hop on your bike and go places. I said I've joined the historical society and now need a uniform and she's like another bloody uniform. What what's his son and I said and they looked twinset and Pearl. Did you get a different sense of the history of the place through and and one of the big things for me? Was that hidden history of Marrara which was about aboriginal resistance. Watchlist taking over the joint and also All the Sassy Islanders. How did you see that in town? It was the legacy of that so the legacy was in the graveyard. There was this saw the graveyard. Sit Out in Religion so all the Catholic church England in the Anna and these these big patch of Kinda lumpy ground with nine headstones at all and I actually got to look at the map and realized that it was a huge area of unmarked graves for aboriginal paypal and people who were slaves really and helped America's become rich and prosperous which it was in the lead. Is you studied no seeing after school? How was your first PRAC? What was the social lifelike? Started noticing in material and because on she did lots of practice in a variety of other places so I got to travel around quite a bit and go to places like vegetable Creko spital and out to Moray Moriarty go out with three blocks in a way. That was pretty good con. How does that happen? Was a hairdresser. Virtually just he's just found me on facebook. We've been having a good chat. Was that a reflection of your Your specific charm or is it more that you have fresh meat in Mauri. Well you know I think for me. It was staying in a new town for a limited amount of time and not having any money so anyone who wanted to tighten up the D. Now with this but I think yeah there was certainly a shortage of women and more the time then when off to Sydney. Was that a big moment going to smoke. It was huge and I can remember. I caught the train down from Amadeo. My Mom Limb Mia suit which we thought was the right thing in the eighties wearing to an interview. You remember would look like yeah Well I could have got mistaken as a slightly feral houses my base and I went down on the train. I've not gone to see me. Have you ever been before? Hadn't ever been the biggest place I've ever been to Brisbane. And unbeknownst to net made the previous day that Bena big hail storm. So I arm coming into the train as it's getting like I'm Gonna. Throw these suburbs with all these breaking windows. I'm thinking Farella Spain Orion. I stayed YWCA. I am I can remember kind of scarring up Oxford straight before it got dark with my bag clutched in front of me to find something to eat before. I went to sleep in my bed in the YWCA. But anyway I must have done an sort of job but the interview. Because I got the job and moved down the looking after in that job. Sire I was twenty because queenslanders finish school e Si- I was quite young. They give me a why. Why uniform and told me I was a registered newness and Marcus Ward was described or co Cameron. One and Cameron was the place where people got sent if they didn't know where to people so it was kind of a mixture of but he mian old ladies from the cross who was still living in a little flat. Above King's cross with too many cats and fellas who were shooting nothing like would find up their arms and papal just a variety of fights and I just completely loved it loves sitting and hearing people's stories and getting to know people boys in trouble for being light and not knocking off on time and and going to people's funerals after they died today. I didn't get in trouble for that but it was a nice thing. Today after Sydney moved to Adelaide to work as a community nursing an aboriginal health center where you living when you're an Adelaide so the interesting place I lived was above a tattoo parlor in Hanley Straight So Hanley Straight. It's kind of right in the middle of town and it's where on a knock clubs a- and I rented this building which this room in a building at Bena Coffee Palace and underneath rural these shops. They were adult shops than a tattoo parlor and grateful for all show and then nightclubs although Iran so I had a long room in this all building looking Iva Hanley Straight and then I had a lou so I didn't have a share and I didn't have kitchen. I set up a camp share with an inflatable kids widing Ponderosa Becker and I just I'd out lots but the noise from the nightclubs with loud. That the floorboards vibrated and I had lots of visitors..
"church england" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"In. Thank you so much for coming to you. My podcast man. My pleasure fan. Can you really not swim can swim. That's that's a hundred percent. Intrigue can't Swim Mike. I'm like I was just thinking about that the other day. I don't even know how you know. I can't swim but I definitely can't swim. which is is one black stereotype? But then it's online it's online that's hilarious. It's online that you can't swim. Isn't that weird. Everything about you. Exist in the world. Uh I wish I was for a second offering. Maybe I'll tell him. That's how insecure I. I wish I would have been. I would have believed you know. I know it's just one the things that popped up sticking. WHOA man? Why don't why don't you learn A-? I'm Mike I did. Yeah I can't swim but I wanted to double down and not being able to swim. I am now I might learn how to swim and while and learn how to swim. Maybe have some jokes about it. But while I can't like clown affected I can't proudly call and double down an when I can or what have learning uh-huh it'll be fun to learn. Yeah WanNa leave some shit for me to learn right. Yeah and that's the attitude right. It's like the they have a whole list of Shit. I'm still afraid to talk about on stage or so. Cool there thing like that you know. This is like magnificent recent material for art form because good God Almighty what a vulnerable position to be a man not being able to swim these days not being like in any time appeared in human history. Not being able to swim as bad but during like whatever this time period is climate change or whatever you gotta learn to swim you gotta learn fast. Yeah probably probably but before. I'm like fuck that I'm not learning. I tried when I was a kid. It didn't take left it alone. It's a sit. You're like a pray in a past life Europe A sailor something because that was the thing. Is You know that sailors would intentionally not learned to swim. Kids when you're out in the middle of the ocean And your ship goes down What are you GonNa do tread water so they just would rather drown rather drown in fact they would swim down like that was something that sailors? We're just just all right. See you guys later in this past. Yeah 'cause sharks eat you up. He drew alive. Yeah Sharks distrupt. Drowning is one of my greatest fears for somebody. That doesn't know how to swim. Maybe it is one of my greatest fears. 'cause I don't know how to swim. You buy in the past life stuff. Jeff Yeah Yeah Yeah. What's your what do you? When did you start contemplating the idea that you don't just incarnate once when I was a kid and it used to be like these tragedies like natural disasters and kids young people would die masses? If there's a god you know it was back then I was Christian. There's no way he wouldn't give these people another chance to do it again. Dan You know what I mean as I like. You know when you grew up Christian thirteen before baptized or christened which is a version of Baptist Catholic but the Church of England okay his pentecostal which is Catholic but they just wanted to have their own power shirt aside from the counter let me know how is raised compelling. Well I guess it's seven to Kosta okay or or church England. I don't exactly know what Episcopalian and it's a similar thing. It's like a light. Yeah there so it's like that so then you christened and then your parents are guardians like I have control of your soul or whatever until you like thirteen when you can be confirmed. Then you're like if you died and then you can. You can be judged by God you know however they had it planned out in their religion. What does it mean confirmed? I've always I hear that. What does that mean like? You're a confirmed firm Christian Yelich confirmation like now you accept God at the age of thirteen as your Lord and Savior. Yeah and then you are every Sunday in church. When have communion you get the blood of Christ which is wine and the wafer? Yeah yes before that you don't get to I eat it Before the no body of Christ or blood of Christ. So you're saying during this time you didn't believe in reincarnation. It's not a typical is like afterwards right as I. I used to wonder so what happens so so now I'm confirmed if doc I go to heaven that's what they say. Yeah right because I've accepted so but what happened to the people who die before they were old enough to accept God like it. Would they just go to hell. You know what means I. That wouldn't be fair so they must reincarnate limbaugh. Uh isn't that limbo isn't that idea. There's some intermediary state between heaven and our other unconfirmed une baptized children who died died in the womb. Folks just hang out eternally forever. That's stone cold so I I feel like reincarnation is the only answer. Oh Yeah I mean it does seem pretty logical. I mean it's like it's either. It's either that or not annihilation right. It's gotTa be like Doc. Because even if there was some paradise if you are in that paradise perpetually in some unchanging state wouldn't that gradually devolve into like like a hell realm or something when you get bored so bored not dying off like I wonder if there is a threshold for fun like every fun and I've ever had as always ended so it would be I'm willing to find out if there's a threshold for fun if there's I man I don't want to have any more fun I like. I'd like to have the problem. Yeah me too well. You know there's a famous like forms of epilepsy or something that causes you to have like ten hour orgasms Verte the shit. Oh Yeah it's like I. I think I saw story on and this woman committed suicide because it was having an orgasmic. Gotcha what's what's a long. You've ever come less than a minute. Oh yeah doing it usually lasts. It's quick man. I don't mean the longest I've ever sex but like going to sorry. Don't easy bill like the longest. What I'm saying like if you were to extend an orgasm By ten minutes I think four minutes in right but I'm thinking not even off as I'm thinking like euphoria but I've seen in the documentary or something on a woman or several people that can't control they just keep coming having orgasms. They can't work and shit like that and that is miserable. Yeah yeah that is miserable. Bear saying embarrassing AAH miserable. They're afraid to go out because they don't know if they're just gonNA come or have an orgasm in front of people so yeah that's gotta be. It sounds cool but yes he's ever dates each them. It's like was that me or did you have a seizure. Or is that me or him. Like focus hair. Yeah looking looking at that guy. Yeah and everyone you meet like is going to whether unless they're like really hyper compassionate They're going to probably do like this weird weird little giggle that you've heard so many times like you don't understand how you know it's also also does that mean we don't have six later now. Are you tired of Orgasm all day right so are we. It's just a weird realm them to be in with a person it it would destroy your life. It's like so much of a human's life rotates orbits around Orgasm whether you want to admit or not so much of it is like having that moment in your week or day and then one stack. It's fucked up. What a nightmare? Yeah okay other things. Let's think of like what's the you start hating one of the greatest feelings ever if you're like people have diseases or illnesses or the you know like say see lack disease or whatever whatever Simpson's are thinking something to do with gluten awesome show. Oh yeah okay yeah right but what if you have like a just lasting on August thinking you have something that people don't take serious so there's another level of it like you have an orgasm. How bad could it be that so the now like Z's or cancer or some other people can sympathize with you the person you're just a guy who comes all the time and his pitching about it is another level of terror? Go to come when I shit my ass calls every time. Yeah man I mean that's the problem with any kind of pleasure based disease like for example disease you have. I have a pleasure based disease people like what what are you talking about. Yeah what do you call it a disease. You know like think of the most famous person person you know and like you know what I mean by. Now you've met people who are like super global superstars and think about how if you get to. We know people you know. The new realized that amount of like their day to day experience is universally coveted and yet there are a lot of times. They're in a weird not so great dream sometimes and but they can't bitch about it. Is there anything worse. Hearing a hyper successful person bitch about it and like how many fucking songs. I don't know how many weird songs hip efforts so many different songs that have within it some kind of like honest appraisal of this health trap. They've gotten themselves caught him because they're fucking town in his matic and now other and there's no way out you know that's another version of the orgasm probably it is another an even talking about it. I still don't feel sorry for some people because everybody's like well in that position I will enjoy more than you. Are Your something wrong about you. That's ruining this view. You and I'm not like that. So this is your fault. Yeah you know what I'm saying. That's the dream that's all we hope. We hope they're damaged goods. We hope that the famous people are bitching about on the I was listening. Oh Gosh Connie Song. He's like my wife was telling me one of his cousins ripped him off and you listen to like all right but really you know like my but then like if you just think about that shit man that's betrayal in your own family. You can't trust people and you're also you're also fucking genius but also he's like publicly mentally ill so then well you you like. That's just con- yeah. He's mentally ill and talented. So that's why he's having issues with fame. What do you think those two things go? Hand in hand or it's one a byproduct of the other. Well I think he's his ego is I think he's mentally has mental. Some form of mental illness Some form of mental illness but his ego his also bananas. I don't even know if you count the size of his eagle as his form of Milton Mental. He'll need or two separate things that are good and bad. Yeah like but.
"church england" Discussed on The SodShow
"You're listening. Today's guest is the design of the russillo in finland garage garden. They will hit the church england. We'll talk to you just after this. We've been practicing you with an irish accent saying china and i'm hope i'm getting right. I don't think i i can't pronounce names. Properly is just with. I think we're back to the entire first thing of peter pronunciations teas and tree and free free in china for those who may be aren't aware what do you do for for a living. I'm a god and designer but as well. I'm a part of the research group in university of helsinki so we have a crew research <hes> <hes> clean roofs green walls and how to make c._d.'s screener and then. I do project engineer as well for city. The of city of manta dot is pretty impressive. Resume isn't it is it is it means that i don't have a lot of free time and holiday <hes>. I don't drink that word. What might be a delay. Call normal garden for taino. Would you usually design to question. Maybe better is what you normally do. In helsinki garden designed air. Yes i designed signed michael jordan's in helsinki in like here in chelsea they are quite often linked to to nature and the i try to support by diversity in in cities and creating gardens which don't only look beautiful but they've really help by diversity. I asked well so this garden sitting in the middle of now a wonderful beautiful gardens i should say and as it does in true chelsea style lady when your team is clean the floor literally at burnham saver gig as we speak it. It has to be done. It gets walked on media. People tend to walk through in ten scale with thirty but how does the garden. Pardon reflect what you have to set me. It's reflected that in my message very well because if you do on our right side you can see that there is this by divers the middle part of the car and and it's very rich behind ourselves there is this booed land the area and using finished national tree lapenne dula silver perch as well. We have very rare ebola in just behind your shoulder. Is this better pendrill. Aruba with this mutation find emit finland or actually it's not finland dont and then the photo of water feature on our left side <hes> that reflects duffy nearly two thousand one hundred lakes in finland finland and baltic sea and rivers so i would say that this and <hes> the front of the audience there is this part of which i michael a mother fly card and it reflects that using herbs like a deal oregon or all beautiful flowers like a digital analysts or peonies you can create absolutely and salvia so obviously you can create absolutely stunningly beautiful awful card and even in small area we should board a by diversity and is looking freight. Do you have a sponsor involved in the garden. Yes i do i have to the have quite many sponsors but my main sponsor is good or distillery chain company and because of that and obviously there's the diversity reasons as well. I have juniper because the number is the main ingredient to make it gene but then i have a deal which is used and the making guingona jesus well. I have <hes> very good company and very well known company plywood <hes> company uh phoenix whoop a._m. And their world well known and then i have other <hes> suport sponsor is loy monkey which have have supported <hes> given these ronnie stones for me and finish embassy is part of this in here in london..
"church england" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"If they know Matt they've been pretty much entirely focused on the list of hating ever since yeah and it finally got two long and two other items contradicted they officially hate gay people and they officially Ashley don't even recognize the existence of transpeople how does that you are your voice. I don't I don't ridiculous so when they marry a man and a woman and then one of those people realizes they're trans that means the church church is stuck with either a condoning same sex marriage that they created and ending Trans people don't exist or be admitting that Trans people exist and condemning aww Dave tiffany new rule. We need you to pretend that she is dead. This is like the ending of war games of the bad guy was bigotry instead of a computer amazing. They just don't play Church of England is the only right so the church had two choices and as you might have guessed they went with option C.. Evil robot mouth. They got to watch them spin around as yellen must hate gay Trans Gay Trendy and mcface exploded both and then after the explosion they went back and harmfully chose in their official policy. Is that same sex marriages that include a trans person or cool la La La can't hear you shut up any other stance is impossible to explain in words because they're giant list bigotry made their hatred literally unthinkable not like the normal adjective unthinkable as in terrible it is but that's not what I mean like. You can't physically think right. Yes and what's amazing is that they accidentally now have the woken position taken by a major church body yes U._k.. We gotta do this with other stuff right. We just call him. Hey guys we just found out God is trans no no he isn't real the Church of England all right well now. The church England is sufficiently fleshed out totem pole of bigotry. I guess we can close the headlines for the night heath. Eli thanks as always put surgery assassin and when we come back we'll use that literary literary degree from N._Y._U.. In a way that Albert Gallatin could never have seen coming podcast tencent guy as we approach the end of the Perla great price which is just another way of saying as we start reading that short s excuse for a book it occurs to us that in the modern day most Christians don't actually get their theology from their holy books. Those have too many words in them instead they get their religion from chicken soup for the soul style books with Jesus on the cover gluttons for punishment that we are. We figured we should probably tackle a few of those as well so today. We're going to break down. What are the top apologetic authors in the world? Despite being really bad at making words happened so tell us Eli who is Hillary Morgan fairer well according to her Amazon Bio Hillary Morgan Fair- is the founder and Mama Bear in chief. Oh there you go. I'm done of Mama bear bear apologetic sorry. I was already done but I'm done again. She's the only left's she feels a burden for providing accessible apologetic resources for busy. MOMS Hillary is the CO author and General Editor for the the upcoming book Mama Bear Politics Impairing your kids to challenge cultural lies choose sorry I said juice for three orders Amazon target and Barnes and noble barnesandnoble still a thing I I should note that the reason we chose this book was because at the time of searching it was number one in the apologetic category on Amazon Yeah she continues Quote Hillary has her master's degree in biology from Clemson University versity. Her specialties are in scientific apologetic not a thing critiques of the Darwinian Mechanism which is like saying you're an expert in gravity not working yup yup dealing with doubt okay that one I believe I believe now yup and identifying causes and solutions for youth leaving the church. I stop raping them. She does not get into southern. Get around to that one be done so I check this out actually does have her masters from Clemson but I'm guessing her specialties come from her masters of Science and religion from B-o-l-l University. Oh Yeah Great School University with a graduation rate and an acceptance rate that are both in the sixties God. That's even easier to get into wharton back when trump went there seriously <hes> masters of science and religion yeah she got..
"church england" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"In one thousand nine hundred fifteen the one million Ford car rolls off the assembly line at the river Rouge plant in Detroit at first Henry Ford had built his car is like every other automaker did one at a time. But his factories efficiency and output steadily increased and after he introduced the moving assembly line in nineteen thirteen the company's productivity soared between one thousand nine hundred eighty one thousand nine hundred eighty seven Ford sold more than fifteen million model TS in all this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty six after ruling for less than a year. Edward the eighth becomes the first English monarch voluntarily abdicate the throne. He chose to advocate after the British government and the church England condemned his decision to marry an American divorce say Wallace Warfield Simpson on the evening of December eleventh, he gave a radio resignation address on December twelfth his younger, brother. The Duke of York was proclaimed King, George the sixth this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty American oil tycoon Armand hammer pays over five million dollars at an auction for a notebook containing writings by the legendary artists Leonardo Davinci after changing hands a couple of times after hammer's death. The notebook nicknamed LeicesteR codex was purchased by Bill Gates for over thirty million dollars in nineteen ninety four and he since loan the manuscript to a number of museums for public display and this week in two thousand nine avatar a three D science fiction epic helmed by Titanic director James Cameron makes its world debut in London and goes on to become the highest grossing movie in history. Cameron wrote the script for avatar in nineteen Ninety-four. However, at that point, the technology didn't exist to produce the movie he wanted that's your look back at this week in history. Iheartradio puts the spotlight on Tom petty despite tension between band members during the recording of nineteen five. Southern accents the album was another hit the controversial video for don't come around here. No more also won the first best video award at the Vienna days. After the Heartbreakers. Let me up I've had enough in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven petty form the traveling Wilbur with.
"church england" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"And I asked him by any chance the defraud in-depth agency threaten you. Oh, yeah. Yeah. They they said we didn't change the label. We'd be out of business. Well, they do the same thing with everything else. You're doing any supplements. Or you're doing any even things like CBD oil or whatever you've make any claims, they'll just shut you down. They don't want you to make any claims. Thank you. Eight six seven three thirty seven hundred with the way. Newsradio get ready to binge. It's new to view streaming edition. Lots of original programming coming to net flix next week the boss plays NYC Springsteen on Broadway. We'll be available Ellen Degeneres returns to the stage for her latest standup special called relatable, also catch part five of terraced house opening new doors. There's the new kids adventure show three below tales of Arcadia coming to net. Flix seven days out is a docu series. That goes behind the scenes leading up to the Kentucky Derby, the new psychological thriller bird boxes about a mother of two children who survived an unseen presence that drives people to suicide and there's the new net flicks reality series, the Casca tears, which follows a funeral director couple in their quirky employees as they help families cope with loss over on Amazon prime. There's the BBC mini series life of crime. Starring Hayley Atwell, which is available this week along with the two thousand seven comedy. Evan almighty starring Steve. Corral and next week prime as titles like Philip Seymour Hoffman in a most wanted man. The folks behind us bring you the art house drama flicks life itself starring Oscar Isaac in Olympia, while China's hosting their seven part of the eighteen forty eight novel Vanity Fair, and that's new to view streaming edition on iheartradio. And now a look back at this week in history this week in one thousand nine hundred fifteen the one millionth Ford car. Rolls off the assembly line at the river Rouge plant in Detroit at first Henry Ford had built his cars like every other automaker did one at a time. But his factories efficiency and output steadily increased and after he introduced the moving assembly line in nineteen thirteen the company's productivity soared between one thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred twenty seven Ford sold more than fifteen million model TS in all this week in one thousand nine thirty six after ruling for less than a year. Edward the eighth becomes the first English monarch to voluntarily abdicate. The throne he chose to advocate after the British government and the church. England, condemned his decision to marry an American divorce say Wallace Warfield Simpson on the evening of December eleventh, he gave a radio resignation address on December twelve his younger, brother. The Duke of York was proclaimed King, George the sixth this week nineteen eighty American oil tycoon Armand hammer pays over five million dollars at an auction for notebook containing writings by the legendary artists Leonardo Davinci after changing hands a couple of times after hammer's death. The notebook nicknamed LeicesteR codex was purchased by Bill Gates for over thirty million dollars in one thousand nine hundred four and he since loan the manuscript to a number of museums for public display and this week in two thousand nine avatar a three D science fiction epic helmed by Titanic director James Cameron makes its world debut in London and goes on to become the highest grossing movie in history. Cameron wrote the script for avatar in nineteen Ninety-four. However, at that point, the technology didn't exist to produce the movie he wanted that's your look back at this week. History. Imagine imagine being denied an apartment because of housing discrimination. It's so wrong who has the power to stop this. The law is on your side if you've been discriminated against because of race color, religion, sex, national, origin, disability or familial status. Final complaint with HUD. Fair housing is your right use it visit heart dot gov slash housing. A public service message from HUD and the national fair housing alliance. Are you into it? As a volunteer program for kids. Like you who care if you wanna make a difference in your community and make brands call toll free at one eight eight eight seven seven youth or check out our website at WWW dot bar. You into it dot com was definitely made a difference. I can do everything. A public service message brought to you by four eight the cooperative extension system and the Ad Council..
"church england" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This is our American stories we continue with the story of John Newton, and the, story of a song amazing grace and we're listening. By the way to Brian Edwards the author of through many dangers the story of John Newton Newton, to his, breaking point yet again and finally his, life began to fall in place but he had not yet realized the evils of the slave trade on the, festive February, back home, seventeen fifty John married, Mary. Margaret's parish church in Rochester Kent he had been. Offered to ship of his own now he had something, to offer her and, of course in eighteenth. Century style her father as well six months later, in command of his own ship the Duke of Argyll one hundred tons and a crew of almost. Thirty including the captain and mate he set out on his first. Journey as a slave ship, captain and for this genteel occupation he sought the prayers. Of Christian people before he left now his voyages I will always fought with danger in the first place the captain always had by definition an unruly. Crew sometimes he recorded in his law that he had to pin some of, them to, the deck in islands in order to bring them. To heel and then there was always the problem of the slaves looking for an opportunity to escape, with one, hundred hundred and fifty or more below, decks packed in like books on a shelf if they did manage to break free and there are many records, where they, did on, ships they would massacre, understanding. Lead the entire crew before they themselves tried to. Bring the ship back home and then with an unruly, crew and the slaves, always looking for an. Opportunity for escape that was disease and fever Newton, later worked out that something like one out of five sailors never returned home which compared roughly to. The figure of one of all four slaves who died in transit. And when you did land, on the African coast or the West End is intrigued. And treachery by Black. And white traders alike was rife Newton said there was only one person on the African coast he ever trusted privateers and pirates rule to seize. Many of the ships to and froing in an earlier century between the new new lands of America and the home country disappeared without trace because, the Barbary pirates from North Africa also. Patrolling the seas made sure that the, economy of the north African coast depended upon white slaves, a fact that is not often brought to notice there was bad weather to and not very good navigation tools and rats aided the cells and the feet of slaves and sailors are like this was not a trip he took only once he made three journeys in this command position but he was, increasingly uncomfortable with his way of life which he said felt more like a turnkey jailer. And it was and of course he hated his separation from Mary but he had no other career It was, a sailor he knew nothing else In November seventeen fifty four he was waiting for the fourth command in charge of a brand. New ship that of Spain Bill for him he was in fact the most successful slave trade around on his third. And what proved to be his last voyage he lost not one member of the crew and not one slave in his journeying which is unique in. The annals of the earliest the slave traders but, while he was waiting for this in Liverpool he suddenly experienced a seizure which. Passed him. Out for just a few, minutes he recovered he never experienced. It again but it. Ended his sailing career So from August seventeen fifty five he. Was a customs officer at Liverpool he was actually known as a tight severe his job was to be rolled out by a party of men that. He had under his command to every incoming ship, and search for contraband which of course he was very able to do being. An experienced. Sea-captain himself he knew where, you would hide something on board He changed careers again and began his adjustment to land life in Liverpool Liverpool was a very hard city hard and godless but. It was while he was here that he began writing sermons and felt called to the ministry and was invited, to preach in one or two churches he nearly entered the independent, ministry and there were times when he seriously considered, becoming an evangelist for a John Wesley and. John Wesley would like him, to. Have considered becoming his second in command. To take over leadership when he himself died. But as it happened and if I may cut the story shorter on the seventeenth of June seventeen sixty four he was ordained into the church, England and settled only in Buckingham share curate in charge of Peter's and some. Polls and for sixteen years he was a patient Hard working caring country parson, often we're told wearing his old seat captains jacket as he visited, his people not very clerical but that was Newton. What was his ministry like as a pastor He wasn't apparently a great auditor. Richard Cecil sessile, his first biographer said I quote. His was far from clear and his attitudes ungraceful but. He was a warm preacher and he had a. Consistent life to back it up he wants wrote, I measure ministers by square measure I. Have no idea at the size of the table if you only tell, me how long it is but if you tell me how wide it is I can tell you. All sti-, mentions so when you tell me what a man is in the pope, it I want to know what. He is like out of the pulpit before I shall know his size his aim he once said was not to require the character of a ready speaker but to win souls to Christ he claimed the only, preached longer than an. Hour when he had? Very little to say Newton. Was a humble man a self. Taught man but. Then came one of, the more important moments in his life he sat down and, he wrote the book about his own life story and it caused quite a sensation the. First year at, Olney so the publications seventeen sixty. Four of his story and authentic narrative it was remarkably. Successful translated into many languages as well it was. The story of his life up to that point, that year seventeen sixty four students politicians. Even an Admiral made the day's journey from London to only to see, this man once beaten on deck for deserting his ship what an incredible testimony of a change life. Newton continued, his testimony by writing hymns but he did this in a very creative, and purposeful way now for years. John composed a short aide-memoire for his congregation it was a gift he employed so bad When he was seeing was. Now turning to the service of the master It could take him, up to two days to compose a him but when he was completed it was actually the outline, of his sermon hit learned it because as he walked down the streets. He heard the women at their bobbins that Bob Intel's, reciting little ditties it's where all the village gossip went the rounds actually and they would cite. A duty to keep them in a rhythm of their bought lace bobbins and he, realized, that they had a remarkable memory of remembering? Versus so he thought well why don't I give them something worthwhile remembering and he. Would give an outline. Of his sermon in. The form of a him they forgot the. Sermon they learned the him they knew what the semi was all about eventually he wrote a new him for his prayer meeting each week and frequently expounded it. To the congregation before they were permitted to permit it to sing it for the. First time he began, in earnest at the close of seventeen seventy two and within six years he had written and expounded over three hundred hymns Now many of his hymns. With topical and that's why, they haven't come down to us they reflected life at only winter spring summer harvest a violent storm, a sharp frost the earthquake of seventeen seventy five and eclipse of the. Moon on the thirtieth of July seventeen seventy six the, great fire at only the year later seventeen seventy seven and even the visit of a lion. To the town they all provided local themes for hymns that would fix people's minds, on, much more important issues some of the hymns? Of course have become part of our national heritage he was a godly man John. Newton but practical to. His understanding of the. Human heart is experiencing it quipped him to. Lead and teach God's word in a way that made sense for the everyday life and of course his most famous Immel amazing grace well that's just the story. Of John Newton's life his famous hymn amazing grace was based upon a sermon he. Preached on.
"church england" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"On instagram michael curley writes i've always been passionate about watching analyzing films last year i finally put myself out there and started publishing film essays currently going through the marble films one at a time starting with blade all of our strengths none of our weaknesses the most recent article on elektra and fantastic force coming up i try to write from a place of love and passion for the film's rather than a place of negativity so that so many foam writers seem to think as necessary agreed michael carey the articles are hosted at pop matters dot com a fantastic independent pop culture website featuring thoughtful long form articles you can also find me on twitter at 'em underscore curly fries with an e in curly well done this episode is oh it's a it's a it's like a group of people all right so it's like the it's like churches into the national it's not like it actually is it's lauren mayberry and martin doherty of churches and matt burner of the national who did a song together called my enemy matt featured on this churches england it's great it's like it's they were really able to take both of their styles and perfectly layer them together this is from churches upcoming album love is dead which will be released in may and is available for preorder now so yeah this is actually met an lauren are returning the podcast we did them separately lauren in two thousand fourteen and matt in two thousand thirteen so and then martin's brand new to the podcast so they go that is this episode which is also brought to you by beach body on demand which is an online fitness streaming service that gives you unlimited access to an incredible variety of very effective worldclass workouts personalized to meet your needs again i've said this before i have subscribed to this for a long time and it is a fantastic resource especially if you're on the road or and you wanna get some workouts in they have really quick ones they have longer form ones they have really intense ones they have.
"church england" Discussed on KCBS All News
"People would say to church of england she'll be applauded for this step forward perspective the churches england's on each year get involves like this for is there is there is different seem for lack of a better word um that that they also folks to do now this has never happened before you know i'm i'm roman catholic and my wife is church of england and sometimes with lend people will say oh i've given up chocolate i've given up alcohol given up sugar in my tear coffee those are the kinds of things people live normally dumb for lengthy previously and it's always been seen as like a little personal challenger a personal sacrifice what the church of england is trying to do is get the entire country together to give up seeing good use plastic and it's a huge huge talking point right now and i think one shocking statistic that i saw in a newspaper this week if henry the eight who was alive in the fifteenth century if he had used a single use plastic bag it would not have degraded by that it would still be a functioning plastic bag half a millennium lace are that's pretty scary on their countryside is really blowing full of plastic i run cross country and i rolled in obscure places i just had me and my training partner we go out and we wrong 25 target kilometers every sunday we find plastic in the weirdest of places that people have just decided to been months they've used at once and now is the challenge for the church of england people this year for land to give up seem to use plastic and i think as a nationwide conversation east has worked because people are talking about us school drop off at the school gates people are disgusting have you heard what the c v he us to do they want this to give up seem to use plastic whether people follow through with that and do it is another thing bus it's a huge step forward environmentally all right well we think he was always that is sky news reporter and longdistance runner apparently and debris on wall street stocks ended an upanddown day mostly higher jason brooks is on the money watch tests was push for.
"church england" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"I dunno you you gotta watch what you say about these things i mean is it just little chunks of tissue is it you know when you start to break this stuff down that's that's part of the problem is the language you get real scientific key and it kind of hides what you're doing to develop novel treatments for diseases that affect moms and infants and right now you nm is saying well where we're going to suspend the program my question was are you okay with the program i mean let's face it unmh has to get some stayed money right so if you're out there working you're paying for some of this and looking at the budget you're looking at a 35milliondollar increase for medicaid can you use medicaid money to have an abortion answer yes there's fifteen states that allow it and we're one of them we haven't even got into barbra streisand in trump either two four three 33 33 should fetal tissue be used for research and do you think the bigger question is are they telling the moms i mean are they disclosing this and saying look you're having an induced abortion we may be selling some of your baby parts but a fetal tissue to of research facility dawn you're on news radio kkob with eric strauss good morning eric ideal body uh growing okay listen uh first of all as far as the money for the wall goes uh they they confiscate all this cash down near when these guys if across the thing and that's what trump meant when he said mexico's gonna pay for just start get taken the cash we get from these drug bus and use it on the wall very your old now you've got some pretty good idea now lurking eric i where i'm going to get into trouble here but the thing is you know as well as i do howdy game is played the guy says to the girl i love you you know what i want to stick around the block that black and you know what he's not there and then all of a sudden she winds up having missed baby and who will pay for you know the church england pay four who's gonna pay for the the child that's there so the thing years is that these these husbands they don't hang around i mean.
"church england" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The lineup follow us on facebook page usual by talk dirt alert john mercure dr doing our duty elizabeth three says return the duchess of the dirt on my advice with the dirt alert on my tech one of seven was got a significant promotion braghetto i love it well since were talking royals let's talk harry and meghan prince harry and mega marco will marry at windsor castle in may leading list is according to palace officials we all know the pair his announced their engagement on monday and they are going to exchange vows in st george's chapel on the castle's grounds this is where harry christened this is also where the body of his late mother princess diana was laid out for a week before her funeral at westminster abbey and harian his older brother william were able to pay their respects to their mother in private there at the time zones very very special place now this is kind of interesting before she marries harry meghan markel has to be baptized in the church of england and then confirmed in the faith both of which she has agreed to do royal officials have said this now meghan markel is a protestant leia's her current ruler of protestant and she is divorced and the church england is anglican now if you ask me what that means i will tell you i don't know anything about a long time ago the guy wanted to get rid of his wife and so they have a new church it's a long story but that's based yet ideal historian it but it's kind.
"church england" Discussed on WTMA
"Predictable is polka hanis a racial slur newsweek magazine native americans say their insulted well the native americans that are democrats because they're democrats and democrats goran being insulted about everything shrunk trump honors native americans racial slurs now it's plural and he on native americans with racial slurs that none of this is true of course they who is that that's esquire and and they're all doing the same thing now how about this yesterday the white house unveiled chris decor christmas decor malania was wonderful the dow like she worked queen she bought if you're a debit democrat more beautiful than any first lady ever speak about five or six th th career dazzling life they hater why is that what was on the tree though this is the chris plante show sure senate republican leaders are igf votes in not liking the total says they try to move their tax reform bill through the senate budget committee senate majority whip john cornyn tells reporters that republicans do not yet have the votes needed to pass the bill senate republicans can only afford to lose one boat today the budget committee but at least two senators are still expressing concern responded suzanne malbo on capitol hill president trump's also on the hill talking to senate republicans and later he will meet with the leaders from both parties and both parties to dhaka's budget roy more hopes of winning alabama's vacant senate seed may be in more trouble now that a retired marine busby is asking voters to right in his native it will be a may wedding at windsor castle for british prince harry and his american fiance meghan markel beneath while social security up on british history and eventually be better ties into the church england i'm rich johnson hiring is important but finding the right people can be a real challenge that's why ziprecruiter is obsessed with nato qualified candidates fast ziprecruiter finds candidates with the right experience and notifies them to apply for your job no wonder eighty percent of.
"church england" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Time 402 centennial airport officials say a pilot whose planes landing gear collapsed on touchdown was not injured spokeswoman deborah smith praying and up on the south end tbi the airport on the runway pre five right and at about be out for fourteen and actors brightly are the graph the area smith says the ntsb will investigate the airport's main runway had to be closed for a time of mine exploration trip turned into a dog rescue near fairplay preston glad was exploring abandoned mines in pike national forest when he heard growls coming from one of them thought it was just an animal living in side but he came back about a week later crawled into the mine and saw a trapped dog he called a hiking friend gannon ingles when i heard the dog barking i i couldn't i had to go and i i love dogs so much and i get a phone call you again in that minos exploring the other day there's a dog down here get the gear we gotta save it glad and ingles talking with cbs 4 they say took about ten minutes to get the dog out in its believed that dog was trapped there for about 10 days after a facebook post they found the owner the next morning halloween right around the corner and time for a little blue at the denver zoo people can come dress up on just like they would you in the church england internee good come see the animals you know in this fall environment which is fantastic you've got some kennedy and see some really fun family entertainment that's the zoo's sean anderson vides to 30 third year for booth fizuli which runs this weekend and next college football buffs at number fifteen washington state coach mike mcintyre on cougars qb luke falk he can make every throw um.
"church england" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Do company in the studio he thought he live albums in the right but what i've written about it come through the collaboration around that really hurt he went out tom right um gong and recalled song in collaboration with indifference dreams are the tests i wouldn't usually preps cnn to pick the some of the more kinda an african american um you know screamed those expression her get light hasek called leonard and k shared on him uh but even right back even in the in the right if the music it felt like we've that together from con there's no love him pizza mistreats but it's no law that aren't on it fell out relations me it will be a wonderful kingdom paying who wherever you go that's what it's went now you don't by any chance do a duet with snoop dogg bush we know thank god i really i was very nervous i was very nervous at that okay thank you thank you thank you matt are right all right so usually you're you're still you're still ah you're still okay but but as it does sound it sounds terrific but when you seats youth 13th album that that he can surprises me i didn't realize that you had been quite that prolific what was it that that got you obviously you you have an english accent so you're not from this neck of the woods where did you grow up and what led you to work as musician well actually i grew up in north london and i have a really interesting relationship with were read it because my my dad died when a seven years old and yet she took his own life and the very next month my d b guy kim of who america at its worst you've pain and we'd never heard me think lobby in my church england and my mom inuit them belongs to a month lease might datum this little kid and on military amazing an variance would it would meet it felt relevant to my lie it felt like you think pumping it'd be i guess not could not put words around it at i'm sure break deep impact command so it.