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Golden State Warriors' Coach Dodges Question on China

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:11 min | 2 hrs ago

Golden State Warriors' Coach Dodges Question on China

"I was watching the coach of the National Basketball Association Golden State Warriors. Steve Kerr. Steve Kerr. And he was asked about a news conference about what is happening in China. The NBA hates America and loves China. It's a scummy organization in the NBA. Who's the head of it? Is that Adam silver who is that? He's really another one who. To the extent that he will ever be remembered it will be for harming the cause of liberty on earth. The NBA seems to attract pretty scummy people in its high echelons. And not a few like LeBron James and its among its players. So he was asked if he would condemn what is happening in Chinese. Well, I'm not, you know, they don't ask me in China to condemn I'm paraphrasing. To condemn all the AR-15 mass murders in America.

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Will New House Republicans Side With Democrats to Get Things Done?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Will New House Republicans Side With Democrats to Get Things Done?

"You said blame them all. Trump Republicans, their media, their voters because they form a cluster of insanity and degradation, a heaving ball, heading towards a cliff, 2022 was us stepping out of the way before a dragged us with them. We're not out of danger yet, but damn, it feels like we've dodged a catastrophe. And boy, howdy. That is really true. I mean, yeah, go ahead. I mean, I think that on some level, if the house does go Republican, they're gonna have to do some of the stupid hearings that they talk about. I think they're still talking about a Hunter Biden hearing, which is just Travis. Sorry. I want to point out on that subject. I do think you're right that they're going to these hearings, but remember, these are going to have to be in committees and committees are going to be evenly divided because the house is so close. So all it takes is one Republican, one sane Republican, which I know that's a long shot, but from a district that flipped these new York people. They're not going to be able to risk these crazy votes to keep their receipts. So I don't even know if the investigations are going to move that much. Well, Chris Hayes tweeted, I feel like the universe wants the house to be 2018, 2017, and you said one Republican could certainly be tempted to go independent and caucus with Dems. I mean, I think the jury is really still out on what happens with the house. And I think that if it's within a couple of a couple of seats, which it seems like it's going to be, no, excuse me. Yeah. Too much joy. And swallow swallow. Where it seems like it's heading, certainly, some of those Republican representatives are going to say, okay, you know what? I'd rather get stuff done. Then have to sit through Marjorie Taylor Greene going off about drag

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 Trump Org. executive says he helped colleagues dodge taxes

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump Org. executive says he helped colleagues dodge taxes

"Returns on behalf of a father and son executive duo whose Manhattan apartment rents were paid by the company Makani was granted immunity to testify The Trump organization the entity through which the former president owns hotels golf courses and other assets is accused of helping some top executives avoid income taxes on compensation they got in addition to their salaries The company denies any wrongdoing saying longtime finance chief Allen weisselberg went rogue and concocted the scheme without Trump's or the company's knowledge I'm Ed Donahue

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AJ on Pennsylvania's 2020 Elections: What a Disgrace

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

AJ on Pennsylvania's 2020 Elections: What a Disgrace

"What we witnessed tonight was, look, let's face it. It was an avoidable mess. It really was. The Supreme Court needed to decide before the election, the rules of how Pennsylvania would tabulate things. His fucking state, all of a sudden, I hate Pennsylvania. I like Philly, but I told you when I drove to Chicago, I fucking hate Pennsylvania. I used to call it shit sylvania because it takes a long to drive through. And it's the most boring state. Outside of Philly, the rest of Pennsylvania throw it out. There's nothing there that's fascinating. It's just fucking trees and cows and bullshit. So the Supreme Court needed to have decided before the election, but the rules were going to be on tabulating votes. If they took this case beforehand, we wouldn't be in this position. They thought they could Dodge the situation. And they obviously couldn't. And now that's exactly what we're meeting head on. I'm happy that Trump's way ahead. He needs to be way ahead because of the fuckery that's going to happen in that state. But what are disgrace?

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Judge says he'll appoint monitor for Donald Trump's company

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge says he'll appoint monitor for Donald Trump's company

"A New York judge says he will appoint an independent monitor for former president Donald Trump's real estate empire I Norman hall the judges order would restrict the company's ability to freely make deals sell assets and change its corporate structure judge Arthur and Goran or the outside watchdog for the Trump organization as he presides over lawsuit filed by New York attorney general letitia James the suit alleges Trump in the company routinely misled banks and others about the value of price assets including golf courses and hotels bearing his name James office says the Trump organization is continuing to engage in fraud and has taken steps to Dodge potential penalties from the lawsuit such as incorporating a new entity in Delaware named Trump organization LLC a Trump lawyer says the Trump entities aren't going anywhere On Norman hall

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Stellantis: Park older models due to 3 Takata air bag deaths

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Stellantis: Park older models due to 3 Takata air bag deaths

"Several recent deaths involving certain older model Dodge and Chrysler vehicles have prompted an urgent recall The recall comes from Stellantis which is telling the owners of nearly 300,000 older Dodge challenger and charger muscle cars Dodge Magnum wagons and Chrysler 300 sedans to park them and don't drive Because of exploding airbags the vehicles affected our model years 2005 through 2010 Stellantis says this year alone airbag inflators blew apart killing at least two drivers and airbags are suspected in a third fatality These vehicles were already recalled in 2015 but Stellantis says those who didn't get the airbags fixed are facing an even higher risk of a rupture since the devices are getting older Worldwide there have been at least 32 deaths linked to exploding to kata airbags 23 in the United States I'm Jackie Quinn

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Postal worker holdup leads to muscle car theft ring arrests

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Postal worker holdup leads to muscle car theft ring arrests

"A postal worker hold up in Ohio leads authorities to take down a muscle car theft during working across several states involving clone key fobs and high powered hellcats According to the DoJ the gunpoint hold up of a postal worker outside Cleveland led to the arrest of a man who had more than just stolen mail but a ramp pickup a Range Rover a Dodge with a hellcat engine all stolen That led to the arrest of three other Cleveland area men all charged with conspiracy and interstate transport of stolen vehicles all part of a car theft ring authorities say stole from Detroit factory lots and showrooms cars SUVs pickups worth $50,000 to more than a hundred grand sold on the street for as little as $3500 to 15,000 I'm Julie Walker

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John Zmirak: 'Each of Us Has an Inner Coward'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak: 'Each of Us Has an Inner Coward'

"Are people happy to say that it's like they may as well, to cut to the chase. It's like they hear the Jews going to the death camps and they go, you know what? I just can't be bothered anymore enough. Let me just focus on my I'm going to have my quiet time here while the Jews and their children go in the boxcars to the death camps. Now, that might sound like hyperbole. Here's the problem. It's not. That's the problem. It's not hyperbole. So in my book, I'm trying to wake people up, but your letter is trying to give vent to the cowardly. Oh, it's so painful, John. Timing into the. I'm exploding each of us has an inner coward. Who just wants to enjoy his suit. Not too hot, not too cold because then we would spin it out of our mouth. We wasn't nice, lukewarm soup. We want quiet relaxing music. If there are, if there are trains bringing people to prison camps, we want to sing a little louder to drown it out. Wait, yeah, we want to Dodge a bullet. Better him than me. If we're in a herd of animals being chased by a lion, we don't want to be the guy who turns around and tries to gore the lion with our little horns. Just run. Because that'll give you an opportunity not to fight, but to run another time. And if you flee today, gives you a chance to flee tomorrow. And the one who gets eaten last wins, when we're just going to preach the wait, wait, Eric, we are being smart. We're not like those troublemakers who are going to be arrested by the government. They're going to have their homes rated. We are being prudent. So we can keep preaching the gospel. Of course, what are the gospel consist of? It consists of not making trouble with Caesar and cooperating with Herod and pilots and being the unjust steward and burying you talents in the yard. This is the message of Christians who are unwilling to push back against our wicked and illegitimate regime. Well,

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Ali Velshi: America Dodged a Bullet but the Gun Is Still Loaded

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

07:24 min | 2 months ago

Ali Velshi: America Dodged a Bullet but the Gun Is Still Loaded

"If you want the news, where do you go, Chris? Where'd he go, Travis? America's news, man. Ali belty. That's right. And here he is again. Good morning, Ali velshi. Good morning to you, my friend. It is great to see you again on this Friday morning. It's a Friday's always a great long day for me. And this is my, you know, this is getting my blood flowing in the morning stretches. Yeah, yeah. Right. This is your stretch for your weekend. And I have my your pillow. Yes. If my pillow, not anything relevant about my pillow, I just thought I'd bring my pillow. You know, I was going to read this tweet to you because this is where we find ourselves. You having to be a news reporter in this day and age. Patrick tweets, a pillow magnate, just had his phone seized by the FBI at a hardee's in connection to a fired reality TV host trying to steal The White House and I'm begging the writers of America season 246 to please stop drinking for even one day. Do you not feel like that when you're just like, who else was it? Oh, somebody, oh, Don said, it seems almost written that Trump will be picked up at a McDonald's. Who was the other guy in a clown wig at dairy? And dairy Queen. The guy that said Trump is going to be reinstated. But that's real. That's real. Ally. Where do we find ourselves at this juncture? The problem is, and as I've traveled around the world, it's all like this, right? It's all stuff that you could discount as not sufficient to make a movie plot. The type of lawyers Trump surrounded him with the four seasons landscaping thing after the election. It's all the Christina bob as his lawyer. It's all like that except two problems are occurring. One is they actually did real damage and continue to do real damage. They actually ruined real people's lives. So aside from people who were killed on January 6th, a lot of people were duped who are now going to jail. And Donald Trump continues to phone in to their rallies and things like that and encouraged. Not a bit of remorse. If I ever did anything that caused another human to spend a night in detention, I would be racked with remorse forever. But number three, which is the most important is that everybody looks at that stupid clown car and says, you know, they weren't going to succeed at this, which is not entirely true, right? But for Mike Pence making a decision at the last minute, our democracy could have been fully imperiled. There are a whole lot of smarter people out there who aren't part of the clown car. Who aren't Rudy Giuliani who want to buy who aren't, you know, all these lawyers that he's got who are looking at this thinking, um, I can figure out a way to get this right so that isn't a pillow guy and a McDonald's and all of this kind of stuff. That's actually what I worry about. The too many people look at this ridiculousness and write it off as, wow, that was stupid and ridiculous. But we didn't really Dodge a bullet. We actually really did Dodge a bullet and we better be careful because the guns got more in them. Yeah, this has caused one of America's premier newsman Ali velshi to bring an actual prop on a morning radio show. You actually brought a pillow because if I want to be really good, I'd have a pillow and a phone because the pillow magnet had his phone set. That's right. Now, you're going to cover that this weekend about by the way, it is not easy to see someone's phone, right? I mean, there have been a number of phones. Tell us about how you're covering that this weekend. Well, so I want to try to make sense of it, right? Because of the January 6th committee, there's the Department of Justice investigation in which Merrick Garland seems to have woken up to the idea that despite the possible damage and martyrdom of Donald Trump, if he's indicted for anything, the Department of Justice has to take this seriously and in a timely manner. So the DoJ has seized a bunch of phones. They put out a bunch of subpoenas. Now keep in mind, we got, we got Boris Epstein. He had his phone taken. And Mike Roman, who was a campaign strategist for Trump had a phone taken. The pillow man had his Jeffrey Clark had his phone taken back in June, Dan scavino, the social media director, had his and Bernie kerik. Former commissioner of the New York police, who was working with Rudy Giuliani in overturning the election, had his phone taken. It is very hard to take somebody's phone, by the way. The Department of Justice can't do it as a fishing expedition like Donald Trump likes to say. You can't take a phone for purely investigative investigatory purposes. You have to have probable cause of a crime and convince someone that you do. There's a high bar to getting someone's phone. Now, my confusion is that when it comes to pillow guy and guys like that, I feel like they've said all the quiet parts out loud on either fox or whatever crazy outlook will have them. So I'm curious as to what could possibly be on their phone, but they haven't already said they're being sued by dominion voting. They're being sued by all sorts of people. So I don't know, but I will say this that between the January 6th committee and the Department of Justice, they've all been very deliberative, more deliberative than many of your listeners are my viewers would like them to be. We took them to move faster in some cases. They've been very deliberative. So if they're getting the stuff, one of two things is happening. They know there's valuable information on those phones or it's information they already know and they are now calling these guys in or looking at their phones to say, we already know this. We just need further corroboration before we place charges or things like that. So those two things are happening and I don't know which. Right. So this special master ruling, we just talked to Glenn kirschner about it. I mean, it's just, it's getting harder and harder to sort of cover, first of all, I don't even know how you keep track of all of these stories of lawbreaking, and which crimes are being investigated by who. But you know, I mean, I guess Trump has succeeded once again in at least delaying. Yes, that's exactly what it is because the special master has to get through the documents now by November 30th. Which, you know, the Trump people had wanted three months. The Department of Justice and wanted less. November 30th, the one, the one thing about that, and I guess the Department of Justice doesn't care to get politics involved in this, but there's a sort of political thing happening between now and November 30th and it's November 8th, right? It's the actual midterm elections in which it does seem that some Republicans and conservatives are disgruntled by the degree of criminality that seems to surround the former Trump administration and Trump today. And so that's the frustration that why November 30. This is just a delay tactic. There may or may not be some documents that were seized that were inappropriate, but generally speaking, the FBI and what's called its filter team do a relatively good job of this. So this is just going to be a way to do what Donald Trump has always done. One day, perhaps Donald Trump will face the music. Yeah. He's very, very, very good at delay, and that's what the special master essentially. Yeah. Speaking of politics, our Republicans trying to lose the midterms. Let's talk about the Lindsey Graham's proposed. Right? That's exactly right. And now this stunt was desantis and Abbott, you know, illegally flying migrants in some cruel prank. So it's cruel. It's cruel and the cruelty seems to be the point. I'm not sure that moves the needle politically all that much other than gets Democrats who were thinking of not voting. To vote. But I think abortion may have done that anyway. So I think you're seeing a lot of energy amongst Democrats, which you wouldn't have seen in the midterm typically. But the Lindsey Graham thing just weird, right? The

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John Zmirak: 'The Left Hires Its Zealots. It Has the Right Idea'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak: 'The Left Hires Its Zealots. It Has the Right Idea'

"Wrote another article. This is sort of horrifying. So I'm just going to, I'm just going to let you talk. It's called the left hires its zealots. It has the right idea. And the news hook for this is a very unfortunate one. Whenever I hear the word monkeypox, I feel good, I smile, because it's a funny word. It's a really funny word. Monkeypox, I mean, come on, that is funny. And then when you hear that you can pretty much only catch it by going to public orgies with hundreds of other men, you know, I think I can Dodge that bullet. Somehow I think I'm gonna be able to avoid this one. So when I hear about monkey pikes, I laugh a little bit. Sorry. But the government's taking it very seriously. This is a threat to one of the most sacred institutions in America. That is public orgies with hundreds of anonymous men. Of course. And so the government is actually appointed a monkey pox czar. And he is not a member of the Romanov family, so he's not even a legitimate star. But the monkeypox are is Dimitri Della Scully's who is a Harvard educated doctor who is also into sadistic set of masochistic male sex. He wears leather studs over his naked chest on his belly is a blasphemous tattoo of Jesus. He is posed with his boyfriend wearing a crown of thorns. He posed with a witch, misusing a crucifix on a ouija board, and he runs the point here, at least one of the main points here, this person is doing this publicly. Yes. We're not doing investigations and this person is publicly representing America has been appointed by President Biden and is publicly putting out some stuff that is so vile

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Dr. Oz: John Fetterman Refuses to Answer Questions From Anyone

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Oz: John Fetterman Refuses to Answer Questions From Anyone

"Doctor right So the first thing I do is I listen and I see my ideas work Here's what our ideas have given us in Pennsylvania And you don't want this where you left We have the highest homicide rate ever in Philadelphia We'll break the record this year from last year We have the largest open air drug market in the country in Philadelphia City blocks at the city of Washington You can't go down because people have needles taken out of their necks You must say heroin injection sites by the way which is partly led to this These strongly feels that we have sanctuary cities that we have the highest expense that will only go straight right here now And across Pennsylvania the number three state in the country with Benton overdoses because of these wheat policies So how can you possibly defend it You can't That brings me to issue number two He's refusing to answer any questions Literally imagine that in a democracy you could be a candidate for the United States Senate the greatest deliberative body in the world And refused to answer questions He won't answer questions from the press He won't take questions on his campaign tours which he rarely goes to anyway And he has refused to debate me He just recently said he would come to a debate but at a future draft No specifics I've agreed to three debates in September 3 and October early voting starts this month in Pennsylvania He's insulting the voters of Pennsylvania by dodging this requirement and is starting to hurt him It's why the polls have closed dramatically and despite the fact he's had a huge war chest from the coast from elitists who don't understand the dire risks that our nation would face He wants to bust a filibuster Think about that No filibuster pack the Supreme Court add more states The worst nightmare for everybody and yet people are still supporting him

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John Fetterman Dodges Questions on Economy

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:36 min | 3 months ago

John Fetterman Dodges Questions on Economy

"The audience, I say contrast my first two questions, one lighthearted one very serious. Doctor Oz's responses, which he quite well used to get to his core themes with last night's conversation between my old colleagues and NBC, Stephanie ruhle and John fetterman. Let's play cut number 16 plays the last cut. They've got 16. How do you serve all Pennsylvania voters? It's a very big state, right? Think about western PA in Pittsburgh where the economy was thriving before COVID filled with tech companies and universities. There's probably all sorts of people. There are thrilled about student debt forgiveness. But go 30 minutes outside to beaver county, where there's likely voters who are saying, I just want a good kindergarten. I want a good 5th grade. How do you serve both voters? We've got a complicated economy. People want very different things. I just think people need to understand what and be able to recognize what their lives are really like. And we believe and we know that we actually do that very important too. And living in western Pennsylvania, living across the street, having the way we're having this interview right now. Right across from a steel mill. We have to understand that we all can't work at Google or we can't all be working at a hospital. We have to make sure that we are making more stuff here in Pennsylvania and in America, and we also have to make sure that we have to make sure that we address to an obscene minimum wage and how can we now running for the Senate and you own ten homes and you are not unwilling to raise a minimum wage above $7 and $25 an hour.

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Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson shot in an attempted carjacking in D.C.

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson shot in an attempted carjacking in D.C.

"And NFL player has been injured during an attempted robbery in Washington D.C. The Washington commanders confirmed that rookie running back Brian Robinson junior was shot Sunday Night the promising third round draft pick suffered non life threatening injuries during an attempted robbery or carjacking Coach Ron Rivera tweeted that he had been with Robinson at the hospital that he was in good spirits and wanted to thank everyone for their kind words prayers and support D.C. police told local affiliate NBC four the suspects tried to take Robinson junior's Dodge charger SRT hellcat upon which a scuffle ensued and the shots were fired A police spokesman said the incident occurred on the 1000 block of H street northeast a popular area for drinks and dining Police have recovered a gun and were on the lookout for two possible suspects

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What Would the Affidavit Say About the Mar-a-Lago Raid?

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 3 months ago

What Would the Affidavit Say About the Mar-a-Lago Raid?

"Now I've laid this out as clear as I can And as we keep getting information this looks worse and worse and worse as far as I'm concerned for the government So what is it that they can have said in this affidavit The documents were being destroyed Of Dodge that's where being destroyed ladies and gentlemen why did it take the attorney general of the United States two to three weeks to sign off on a search warrant Why did it take two months Probably even give them the benefit of the doubt 6 weeks To move from a subpoena the search the Mar-a-Lago To getting a search warrant Even with search warrant in hand why did it take them three days to execute So if one of the things in the affidavit and who the hell knows is destruction of documents the urgencies seriously in doubt seriously in death Seems to me And why do you need to grab all the boxes of documents Why do you need such a broad search warrant in the first place If you're focused like a laser on classified documents why don't you just say classified documents Goes back to my theory when I first heard about this with you on radio that they had one shot they wanted to grab as many documents as they could in this was a pretext to do that I still believe this

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Conspiracies Surrounding Princess Diana's Death Are Back in the News

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:26 min | 3 months ago

Conspiracies Surrounding Princess Diana's Death Are Back in the News

"Back in October 1995, word is Diana asked for a private meeting with her personal legal adviser, Victor mishcon, and apparently she wanted to tell him about something that was on her mind. Something she knew was going to happen. So this guy Michigan takes very good notes of their conversation. During which Diana said that reliable sources and she would name them, but she said that she trusts these reliable sources. That they informed her that a car accident might be stage and apparently she predicted she would have end up dead or be seriously injured in this car crash. Now we go to August of 1997, Diana, along with her partner, dodi Al fayed, and her driver on report, they die after Henri slams their Mercedes into a pillar at 65 miles an hour in that tunnel in Paris. It turned out that Henri Paul was under the influence of alcohol and prescription drugs, but was also trying to Dodge a bunch of crazy paparazzi who were trailing them on motorcycles. Now, before I go any further, I don't know, paparazzi on motorcycles with a camera in one hand that are gonna get that close to a speeding car at 65 mph. I just, I don't know. I wasn't there. I could be wrong, but I don't think they get that close. They got long lenses on those goddamn things. But then again, they were looking for that shot right through the window where they can get her face real close. So it could be. And those shots are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars if they're sold. And they look just right, but according to people in this docu series, miscon gave the note of his meeting with Diana to the London Metropolitan Police commissioner at the time, sir Paul. And it wasn't until after condon successor's name, John Stevens, when he got the post at that point, the public was made aware of this notes existence because the first guy condon had locked it away in a safe. Why he did that? You should ask yourself, why? Why are you trying to hide something like that? It took the next guy to bring that out of the safe. It doesn't sit right with me.

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It's a Peculiar Artifact of Our System, But...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

It's a Peculiar Artifact of Our System, But...

"It's a peculiar artifact of our system, but cabinet members, secretaries, directors of agencies like the FBI and the CIA. And the president keep their security clearances until they go in the ground. Until they die, they have their clearances. So the idea that president Trump wasn't allowed access to documents likewise is utterly spurious. Is a Dodge is a faint former president still even receives briefings from intelligence agencies. Former presidents have been invited to talk about issues of national import and national security by new presidents. It's how we do business in a normal administration.

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Los Angeles County avoids new mask rule as COVID stabilizes

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Los Angeles County avoids new mask rule as COVID stabilizes

"Los Angeles County is holding off on an indoor mask mandate for now two weeks ago health director Barbara farrar said Los Angeles County could require indoor masks again under CDC criteria as hospital coronavirus admissions trended upward But Thursday officials were able to Dodge imposing a broader mask mandate for now reporting that infections and rates of hospitalizations have stabilized for R says COVID-19 rates in LA have declined since July 23rd so while the county remains at the high level of community transmission it could drop to a medium level in coming weeks The county still requires masks in some indoor spaces like healthcare facilities and public transportation county supervisor Catherine barger says she's hopeful they can return the focus to promoting vaccines treatments and the benefits of masking while leaving the decision in the public's hands I'm Jennifer King

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Worship, Works And The Kingdom Of God - burst 1

Live Behind The Veil

13:07 min | 4 months ago

Worship, Works And The Kingdom Of God - burst 1

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hi everyone, I'm Ron your host, and on this podcast, the family discusses how God wants to move through every aspect of our daily lives. It's our attitude of worship that draws him into all that we do. I work through the salvage yard and I was able to buy cars. And I fixed them up and I used them for my family. And I'd sell them and make a little profit. And I had the opportunity to rebuild a wrecked car, and the wrecked car was given to a friend, I'd met a couple times. But he was commissioned to pastor and Detroit. It was a gift to this guy. To take and start his ministry in Detroit. My heart went with that car. And my heart went with him. That car bore a connection. From me to him. I don't think I saw him again for maybe a year or two. But I always had that spirit connection. There was always a draw to pray for him to believe for him. And many times in our work, things like that, opportunity comes up, that we can do things. My work was a form of worship, right? There was numerous ones where that principle was put into play. It doesn't matter what you do. For somebody, put your heart into it. I used to do stairs for a living. And I would do custom multi-million dollar homes and bend handrails and do all the fancy woodwork. I would inevitably get into jobs that were over my head. One of the most memorable times is when I just started, I was required to learn from the ground up so I had to spend two years in the wood shop learning to build all the parts that the installers were taking out and using. Finally, after a couple of years, I went to the owner of the company, and I said, you know, I've been here two years. You promised me if I would stay, I would be afforded the opportunity to become an installer. And so he broke down and let me, you know, become a friend to an installer. And I was out there as an apprentice a couple of years anyway, finally they decided that I was knowledgeable enough to go on my own, so the first job they sent me on, they decided to send me on this custom home that was already built, people living in it, and they wanted to redesign the staircase. I was working in an environment where people were living, and so there was already finished floors finished carpeting and everything that I had to work with without destroying what they had. And I was working on marble floors and all this type of thing, and trying to put post into marble floors without destroying the marble. Oh my God. After about a week of that, I sat down one day, and I just broke down was no one was home, obviously, I was just crying, and I said, lord, I can't do this. I just don't know what to do. And he never did ask me about that. It was like, get up, go back to work. So I did. And I kept working, working and finally got the job done. I felt good about what I did. I felt like I did the best I could in about two weeks later I got called into the office by the owner. And sat down in front of his desk and he said, I just received a letter from these people that you did this custom staircase, and they said it was the best work they've ever seen. My job was on the ground, and I knew that it was just God. I mean, I got it done that because I was above my abilities, but he just helped me do it, and I ran as so many other times like that where I would bid a job and then I would get into it and realize, oh my goodness, this is stuff I've never done before, and yet the lord would show me. What to do, I believe if your heart is doing it unto the lord and your worshiping in it, then he's there. And then amazing things happen. Right. So that's the fun of walking with the lord. Yeah. You know, I know they're aspects of walking with the lord that sometimes, you know, you kind of go, well, it's not totally fun. I think there are more delightful things in a walk with God than there are things that are hard. No kidding. It's easier if you open up and submit your heart to a. And give yourself and let him change you and do his work in your art. It's a lot easier. It's like I used to always wonder, you know, where Jesus went to the cross and despise the shame for the glory set before him, and always wondered what glory. What glory, where's the glory set before me, lord? But these are the stories that that's the glory set before you win. He comes through with his special gift. Yeah. It's just incredible. I know Bill and I were working with a couple in the ministries on some programming for excel work. You know, I have no bill and I were looking at this and looking at that and we looked at each other and we just said, you know, there's just no way to go get from here and we both just kind of bowed our heads before the lord and the next thing I know there was such a flow and we had totally got the programming going and done and it was pretty amazing we just said that was the lord it was in us getting that accomplished. Sometimes God brings you to the end of your own faith. So that he can impart his own to you so that he's the one really getting the glory as we're talking here, you know, none of us are admitting that I knew it. I knew I could do that. You know, we're all saying, man, I fell short. It's really true. Yeah. As we give ourselves as worshipers through the vocations and the whatever we're doing, God honors that. With taking it and carrying it far beyond his returning love to us for doing it. And we don't know how far things like that go. And we'll probably never know, but does it matter? Because it's done unto the lord. I think we're putting into practice that principle that we do all things is unto the lord no matter what you do. Right. That's the truth. Give God an opportunity to be a blessing through you. Right. Dodge creating a heart in each one of us to serving, and we all can't be one thing. The body of Christ is made up of many parts. There is a deep revelation in vision of the kingdom of God that we're talking about. Yes. The kingdom is truly a kingdom. Yep. And what's amazing about it is if you open your heart to the lord and let him in to your heart and give him the opportunity to move through you and whatever vocation, wherever you're at, whether you're the president of the United States or you're a janitor. God doesn't look at it like, wow, you're the president or uro janitor. He's looking at your heart, and if your heart's open to him, all of a sudden whatever you're doing and wherever you're at, amazing, amazing things can happen through menial tasks, your everyday life, and that's the kingdom. It's God moving through simple people that have just opened their heart Jesus actually served others he washed people's feet and that was the most menial thing you could do. Back in his time, and so what you're saying is so true. The thing that you're doing to serve one another are the things that God just treasures. That's the thing of honoring Christ in your brother. That's right. Right. In ex 6, it talks about the early church and how there was a complaint that came up, where the Hellenistic Jews, the widows, were not being served properly. And so they got all the disciples together and then they said, you know, we really need to focus on the word and administering here. It's not good for us to wait on tables. Pick 7 people who are full of the spirit, you know who I'm talking about, right? This guy, Stefan, full of the spirit, serving tables, and here he is at the same time out doing signs and wonders and moving in God, and so this just illustrates the point of it doesn't matter what you're serving as. Right. Here's a guy serving tables to the widows. And at the same time here he is out here doing signs and wonders and causing such a stir that they ended up killing him. That's true. And now we talk about him in the Bible. Yeah. Exactly. What's interesting about that story as you were talking about that I've never seen before, what did he do to minister to those widows? I mean, I always looked at it. Yeah, he was serving tables and everything and then he was doing miracles and all that. But maybe the real miracle is what he was doing in the hearts of those widows. Sure. Meeting a need. You think about the guy who had the hardest time trying to figure out what he was going to do when he grew up, Joseph. God gave him a dream and boy, he was so proud of that dream he had to tell his brothers. And his brothers wanted to kill him. Boy, it took him some time. But then God placed him where he wanted him. And I think if we are in motion, if we are doing something, it is about living and living with a living father we may never know some of the results of what God has done through our hands through some putting in a little switch here, changing out some points in a car, singing a song that didn't make sense to anybody else or, you know, designing a building that ended up being burnt down. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter one bit. It is all about our relationship with the lord. We've seen on this podcast that as we walk through our daily lives, if our hearts are set in worship to the lord, we will find his unseen presence in everything that we do. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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"dodge" Discussed on Momus: The Podcast

Momus: The Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Momus: The Podcast

"And I mean, you know, that's huge. To me, that's what it is, right? That's the practice part of the practice. That's part of the vehicle that's a kind of goal. And it did start when I was a kid. And when I was younger and read the autobiography of Alice, we took this by Gertrude Stein. How do we write then for some reason? I'm not sure why, but I read it, and I was like, I just need to pay attention to my amazing Friends. And we'll do that. We'll do this, our way, and we'll do it now. And we're not going to wait, and we'll do it together. And fingers crossed. Anything would happen as far as being able to sustain that. And so when but then you bring up provincialism. And I was in San Francisco that, which is like a mid zone of prevention. It's like a mid zone. And so artists are all different. They all need different things. So to make generalizations wouldn't make any sense at all. But I think for the time of my life that I was there, that's a community that we built. And it was dancers and it was performers, performance artists. Everyone seemed to have space in their garage. We were all curating each other and making flyers, you had to put up flyers on posts. And we were all going. And it was rich and it was full. And it was very, very there was a lot of love, a lot of laughter. And it was very very satisfying. And so I would definitely recommend that if, you know, for young artists for emerging artists for people that that's real, that's not like a fake place. That's a real place. And that's the pleasure place. And if you lose that, you're not going to have anything. You know, you got to get up in the morning and figure out what your questions are. What you want to make and how to challenge yourself with your questions, what you also have to know that. A lot of the joy is also going to come from love and being in community together. I mean, just to extend that one beat further because there is a real kind of like work a day life day in the life of the artist kind of ticker tape that runs on the bottom of the screen of this book, so to speak, you know, you've got studio visits, looming, more often than not. Museum acquisitions in the balance, curators names, of course, artists, book launches, sticky salads with colleagues and Cal art, all these totemic and of course many names. And so your network is really well represented..

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"dodge" Discussed on Momus: The Podcast

Momus: The Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Momus: The Podcast

"Botanist Robert Brown was flummoxed by the odd swirling movement of these bizarre microscopic flex he had found suspended in fluid, were they alive? He eventually surmised that brownian motion as it has come to be known. Is the result of atoms careening around randomly atoms, smash into particles and move them, atoms, crash into other atoms, whose paths are altered. Everything is moved by the atomic storm. There are many more physical constants than lay people realize. And so it seems that this one, I'm going stochastic blizzard, introduces chance in the absoluteness of unpredictability to a world that would otherwise just have the appearance of being a cacophony of accidents. And this is important because as Gregory bateson has said, without the random, there can be no new thing. March, 2016. I walked in back from Houston, greeted the baby and Maggie, and then we all of us at once noticed the small box on the front porch. I hold it into the house and out to our dinner table, held my breath. They watched. Well, I got a knife. There was only the sound of cardboard tearing. And then I retrieved a bowling ball of a thing, suffocated in bubble wrap, which appeared to be accompanied by that. Neither invoice, nor receipt, no language. Remarkably heavy. And bandaged like this in a relentless sad tape job that looked like it had been performed by a mental patient. Maggie backed away, suddenly nervous pulled IG aside by the back of his shirt. I looked at that and back at the thing unwrapped it while they watched. There it was. An iron glob of gum. It was buzzing. It was glowing. Just smaller than a human head, but much heavier. Unbelievably heavy for its size. Like it had a different type of gravity that applied to it. An alien gravity might have applied. It was dark grave of metallic two and had deep pits lined in black. Gooey tortuous crevices folds which were almost penetrated by black and burnished in zigs and snooze corresponded at its facets or scallops, its outermost convexities, which could have been observed at this point to have been no less vulnerable for being lustrous. It was a turtle from the event horizon. A dog head from Jupiter, all the weight gave two simultaneous and opposite impressions. The impression that it would like to have squirmed away dropped away may be barreled right through the earth and on into the empty blue black of space and it kind of stalwarts noble servitude on stained by fear. I'm here telling you. It was saying hello. Do you think it's radioactive? Are you sure about this rock? Maggie refused to touch it. Pull the Iggy out of the room before relenting just a moment later. Now we all touched it at once. Gingerly, guilelessly. We stared. It was beautiful in the most banal and obvious sense of the word. I mean, plainly and strongly seductive. Erotic. It did occur to me that it might spy on us or we substantiate like a compressed foam Jesus into some sort of elephantine cuttlefish overlord. So I didn't know where to keep it overnight. Maggie was astonished..

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"dodge" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"John Andre asked Annie Wonka. Why the navajos seem to welcome new ideas so much more readily than other Indians. Well, the changes are so fast, and I'm quite sure and now who's her real love that we can not stand still. We've got to live this black, it can go along with other people. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is a manica. This month we're covering indigenous women from around the globe. Today, we're talking about a woman who was a prominent leader in the Navajo community and a voice for Navajo people in the U.S. government. She worked to improve her people's health while respecting and preserving Navajo culture. Let's talk about Annie Dodge juanita. Annie was born in 1910 on a Navajo reservation. Her father, Henry Q Dodge was a prominent leader in their tribe. Annie grew up herding sheep on his ranch. When Annie was 8 years old, an influenza epidemic swept across her community, killing thousands of Navajo people. Annie witnessed many of her peers fall sick and die. Later, Annie enrolled the university of Arizona and graduated with a degree in public health. Then in 1951, Annie ran for a seat in the Navajo tribal council and won. Becoming the second woman ever to be elected. Two years later, a tuberculosis epidemic struck the Navajo reservation. Annie was appointed as the chair of the health and welfare committee. She began learning everything she could about tuberculosis. She would drive alone across the reservation, which stretched through Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico, visiting hospitals and tuberculosis patients and studying the disease and treatment options. During her research, Annie began to observe that many Navajo tuberculosis patients distrusted government run hospitals, and wouldn't complete treatments in those spaces. So Annie launched health education campaigns to specifically target Navajo populations. She created a Navajo English dictionary of medical terms. She helped produce short films narrated in Navajo about health education, and she launched a weekly radio program. She even organized a baby contest, where physicians would screen babies health and offer medical advice. On top of all that, Annie traveled around the reservation, explaining to people how tuberculosis worked, and how western medicine, like x-ray machines could help. While Annie was doing this work, she also observed the living conditions of many of the people she was visiting. What she witnessed led to the development of other programs in the Navajo reservation to provide adequate sanitation vaccinations and infant care. Annie was always conscious of Navajo culture and traditions, and her programming always considered the existing practices of the Navajo people. She focused on integrating modern medicine into existing Navajo traditions. During her time on the tribal council, she connected government physicians and volunteer doctors with traditional Navajo medicine men, so they could all work together to improve the health conditions of the Navajo people. But Annie's influence expanded beyond the reservation. During her career, she also was a member of advisory boards of the U.S. Surgeon General and the U.S. public health service. At a time when Congress was overwhelmingly male. Annie regularly walked the halls to confer with presidents, heads of government agencies and U.S. representatives to be a voice for the Navajo people. Annie served 7 terms on the Navajo tribal council, from 1951 to 1979. At one point, she ran against her husband and won. In 1963, Annie was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her groundbreaking work in public health. In 1984, she was designated by the Navajo people are legendary mother of the Navajo Nation. Annie passed away in 1997 at the age of 87. All month were highlighting the legacies of indigenous women..

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"dodge" Discussed on Jesus Stories

Jesus Stories

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Jesus Stories

"So, Jesus is telling the crowds that he is the source of real water which will forever satisfy their thirst to their souls thirst, and if you recall, Jesus encountered with a woman at the well in samaria, he promised the same thing. You can listen to that encounter again. It's an episode 7. The priests were reenacting an event which would never satisfy, like Jesus could. This continues to divide the crowd, some wanted Jesus arrested, but again, no one actually can do that at this time. Those who were sent to arrest Jesus were asked why they didn't do their jobs, they report they had never heard anyone talk like this. The pharisees make fun of their own guards, listen to these words, have you been led astray to? Is there a single one of us pharisees or rulers who believes in him?.

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"dodge" Discussed on Jesus Stories

Jesus Stories

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Jesus Stories

"A follower of Jehovah God, one who does what he says, you can see that this is so. Jesus teaching comes directly from Jehovah God, not from some other rabbi, but if someone speaks for himself alone, he says, he seeks adulation. For himself, but one who seeks to honor the one who sent him will only speak the truth. Then he cites an example, Moses, he says, gave you the law. But you're the ones who want to violate that law by killing me. One of the commitments in the law is that you shall not kill. Now this stirs up the crowd, you are demon possessed. Who's trying to kill you? Jesus responds. I did a miracle on the Sabbath. Actually, we've seen several miracles on the Sabbath, remember each time Jesus has done a miracle on the Sabbath, he's been challenged by the pharisees for working. On the day of rest. So Jesus says, I did one miracle on the Sabbath and you were amazed. But you work on the Sabbath two when you obey the law of Moses? What's he talking about? Well, remember the Sabbath day was to be a day of rest for the Jewish people, strict rules have been developed to avoid the appearance of working on the Sabbath. Jesus had violated those rules, but had not violated the Sabbath. By the law of Moses, a Jewish baby boy was to be circumcised 8 days after his birth, if that day fell on the Sabbath, did that circumcision was performed then, even though that might be considered work. Jesus is saying that you work on the Sabbath when a circumcision is done, and if you do that, why can't I work on the Sabbath by healing a man? Why be mad at me for healing some one on the Sabbath? Then he closes with, look beneath the surface. So you can judge correctly. In other words, look at the whole picture, and then make your judgment. This incident creates some confusion among the people. Is it the man they're trying to kill?.

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"dodge" Discussed on Jesus Stories

Jesus Stories

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Jesus Stories

"Us who when we left Jesus and his disciples in the last episode, he was in the midst of teaching. He had corrected his disciples as they argued about who was the greatest among them. He talked about humility, saying, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the Kingdom of Heaven, and he talked about the best way to handle conflicts among people. All of this prompts a question from Peter, the impetuous one. Lord, he says, how often should I forgive someone who sends against me? 7 times? Now, Peter bay of thought he was being very forgiving and magnanimous. Other rabbis of the time taught that forgiveness should be offered three times for a repeated offense, 7 was a number that represented perfection, and was obviously more than what was being taught by the rabbis. Jesus has a surprise answer. His response, forgive 77 times. Some translations say 70 times 7. In other words, forgive and keep on forgiving. He follows that with this, if another believer sins rebuke that person, then if there is repentance, forgive, even if that person wrongs you 7 times a day, and each time turns again and asks forgiveness, you must forgive. Then, Jesus follows with a parable, a story. The Kingdom of Heaven, he says, is like a king who wanted to settle accounts with the servants who borrowed money from him. There was one servant who had borrowed a lot of money, the equivalent of millions of dollars. There was no way this servant could pay the debt back. So the king ordered that the man and his family and everything he had. To be sold to pay the debt, the man pleads with the king, be patient with me. I'll repay everything in pity the king forgave the debt and the man owed nothing..

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"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

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"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

"At the time of their deaths, Dodge was the second bestselling automobile in the country. 5 years later, their widows sold the business to Dylan Reed, investment bankers for a $146 million equal to 1.7 billion today. And the bankers later sold it to Chrysler in 1928. Horace was inducted into the automotive Hall of Fame in 1981 and John followed several years later in 1997. That's kind of a weird rub. Wonder why it was such a like so many years in between. Yeah, why not at the same time? Yeah, that's what they would have wanted. It's because they're ready. Wow, dude. $1.7 billion for you can get the bag, dude. That's not a lot for a car company, though. What? I'm true. But also, almost $2 billion, you know? They're probably still living off that money. Oh, for sure. Do you think we could get Saturn for like a 100,000? No. No. 100 million? Maybe. Yeah, be closer to that, I think. I bet Saturn comes back as an electric. Yeah. That'd be cool. Anyway, by 1918, half of all the cars in the United States were model ts. That same year, Ford decided to turn his presidency over to his son edsel, though he retained final decision authority and sometimes reversed his son's plans. Henry also ran for a seat in the Michigan Senate, but lost by 7000 votes, not a huge margin. That's pretty small. In 1922, Ford purchased Lincoln motor company, a luxury carmaker as edsel attempted to expand forward into the upscale market. However, by the mid 1920s, General Motors rapidly rose as a leading American auto manufacturer, most likely due to offering a car for quote every person and purpose, a direct challenge to Henry Ford's interest in anything outside the low end market. In fact, for all his interest in making cars affordable, Ford refused to adopt the increasingly popular idea of payment plans for cars, as well as many technological and safety advancements, perhaps due to its costliness. It wasn't until model T sales started seriously lagging in 1926 that Ford developed a new model. Henry focused his interest on the design of the engine chassis and other mechanical necessities while leaving the body designed to his son who is still president of the company kind of. Though Henry was oftentimes in the way of the real mechanical engineers working on his team, the model a, introduced in 1927, achieved a total output more than 4 million units. Love that model a Ford remained a top automobile company through the 1930s, which is kind of shocking, considering that Henry didn't believe an accountants. And as a result, he had no way of knowing how much money was being taken in and spent each month, and the company's bills and invoices were often guessed by weighing them on a scale. What? Just a big stack. Yeah, so you just put all the invoices on a scale. And if you knew the average of what was on there, you could deduct or deduce how much money you owed. Not the best. Method, I would say, but there you go. In the 1940s, it shouldn't surprise anyone to learn that Henry was against U.S. involvement in World War II. He was a staunch isolationist. But he also claimed that war was, quote, the parallels between Ford and Trump are insane. Yeah. Like bunch of bunch of bankruptcies, hands the company off to his son, quote unquote. Isolationist. Great hair. Ford claimed, quote, war was the product of greedy financiers. I agree with that. And maybe you can take a guess of, well, you can also guess what you mean by that, considering he was a huge conspiracy theorist and did not like Jewish people. When edsel Ford died of cancer in 1943, Henry decided he could take over the company, despite having suffered a number of strokes and heart attacks in the late 1930s that left him increasingly debilitated and mentally confused even more so than before. Henry is incompetence at this point led to a loss of roughly $10 million a month or about a $150 million today. And multiple conversations were had in Washington, D.C. of how the company could be saved from itself. Nothing was done until 1945, when Henry's wife Clara, along with edsel's along with edsel's widow Eleanor, demanded his seed control to his grandson Henry Ford the second AKA Hank the deuce. The deuce Henry refused, of course, but when they threatened to sell off their stock worth 75% of total shares, he was forced to agree. Henry died two years later from a cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 83, and he was buried in Detroit. I want to see that movie like the final days. Oh, he's so good. Yeah, edsel's just died and Henry Ford and like everyone's going to D.C. to try and get Ford back. That would make a really good play. Yeah, the families conspiring. Daniel Day-Lewis plays Henry Ford. Yeah. Daniel Day-Lewis, methods. He ages himself, like 30 years, method. He does a lot of 60 90. He starts publishing a weekly anti semitic newspaper. Like what are you doing Daniel bailers? Dan, dude, come on. Yeah, I think that'd be a great movie, dude. We'll be right back with more of this story. But first, a word from our sponsors. Big thanks to me undies for sponsoring this episode of past gas. Are you afraid of the glow in the dark? Well, shield your eyes because the new me undies Halloween just dropped. If there's one collection you don't want to ghost, it's this one. I really love the selection of patterns and prints that me on these has. They're just fun. Whether you're out running a killer or being abducted by aliens this Halloween, be comforted by the fact that you're on these are sustainable and the softest in town. Me undies are made from natural fibers sourced from beachwood trees making their micromotor fabric soft, breathable and dangerously cozy. Get your spooky season up and haunting with 5 new prints. ICU, my boo, tricks and treats, lazy bones, and lazy pumpkin. Available on undies, bralettes, socks and loungewear incises extra small through four XL. 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"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

"Farley Chris Penn, James Belushi, is that James Belushi, buddy film. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait a minute. There's Jim Belushi John Belushi. I was like, holy. I got Jim mixed up with John. And I was like, were the brothers named Jim and James? Anyway, this is not pertinent. Anyway, it wasn't just their perceived religion that made Ford hate the Dodge brothers. He held resentment for the brothers for another reason. Superstitions about their red hair. Oh my God. He also didn't like their hard drinking lifestyle. And he had frustration over their considerable contributions to the Ford Motor Company. Considering the Ford Motor Company social department, it didn't look good to have the messy messy Dodge brothers as minority shareholders in the company. In the early 1900s, Henry Ford's reputation was at its lowest. Thanks to several bankruptcies. The dodges were considered his last chance to find a decent supplier for his Ford Motor Company and the brothers understood the risk and reward of his circumstances. They surely set up a cushy deal that would own 10% of Ford all rights to Ford and the event of another bankruptcy and were owed 10,000 up front with 5 days to pay their invoice. In exchange, Dodge would borrow $75,000 for new tooling and other expenses. They would build Henry Ford, a car. Ford on the ropes accepted the offer, though, he wasn't thrilled about being dependent on a single supplier, especially the Dodge brothers. The Dodge brothers were like, you should try being dependent. It's great. Yeah, be dependent for it's like, oh, they're creepy, creepy red hair. From 1903 to 1915, Dodge gave up all other business to concentrate on producing model T's and even redesign some of their cars parts, including the drive train. In their first year alone, Dodge turned out 650 cars for Ford to assemble. John was rewarded with a vice president position, but was still unhappy with his place in the shadows. He wanted to Dodge to become a household name, but first, let's talk about the model T the Ford model T changed absolutely everything for the company. And for cars in general, instead of pricing the car at $2000 or a little over $60,000 in today's money, the 1909 model T sold for 850. However, the car still didn't sell that well mainly because early cars were still being assembled by hand, and people didn't trust cars because they didn't have faces like their horse. They didn't poop, and how can you trust something that doesn't poop? Yeah, I don't even know if my car likes me. My horse likes me. By 1910, Ford introduced assembly line production techniques that help the factory turn out one car every three minutes. That efficiency was later reflected in the price of the car. By 1915, the new model T was $440, roughly $12,000 in today's money. And by the end of its run, consumers purchased more than 15 million model ts. Wow. In 1913 Ford began to build the world's first moving assembly line in the Dodge brothers gave a year's notice on their contract. By the end of 1914, dodges 5000 employees had built a quarter million transmissions rear ends, crankshafts and front axles for Ford, and the model T was everywhere. However, the following year would bring about a lawsuit that still talked about in corporate law classrooms everywhere. Now we're getting into law stuff. My favorite stuff. Yeah, Joe's a real law Stan. By 1915, relations had fully soured between the Dodge brothers and Henry Ford. Fomo co or Ford Motor Company was sitting on a surplus of $60 million. Thanks to the success of the model T Ford wanted to restrict dividend payments to shareholders, who he saw as parasites and instead use the cash to build more affordable cars and maybe increase wages if that was to conveniently increase wages down the line. Although I wouldn't say that was part of his plan. Now that seems like a generous move by one of those good rich guys, we always hear about. It's more likely that Ford knew that if he stopped paying these dividends that he could potentially drive the Dodge brothers new business into the ground. That's such a fun thing for him to do to some guys that really helped him out. They had red hair, Joe. Yeah, it's true. Okay, yeah. Okay, now I get it. They look like the bad guy from the incredible. Syndrome did miss Incredibles got that dumpy on her. I knew that was gonna get anyway. So the Dodge brothers brought a lawsuit against Ford, the day after Ford's son edsel's wedding. A wedding that the Dodge brothers attended. Wow, that's nice. For you. But they weren't invited. Yeah. Yeah. They showed up like the wedding crashers. The lawsuit claimed Ford was using his control over the company to restrict payouts, even though the profitable company could afford to pay large dividends to its shareholders. The case eventually made its way up to the Michigan state Supreme Court, which agreed that Ford should be required to pay its shareholders, and in doing so, ruled that a, quote, business corporation is organized and carried on primarily for the profit of their stockholders. The decision is often cited for the legal theory of shareholder supremacy that more or less defines the American corporate landscape today. After the court ruling, Ford announced that he was going to sell his company to his son and started a rumor that he was starting a new car business, which drove down the share value for the Ford Motor Company. This was enough to scare the dodges into selling their shares back to the family for a whopping $25 million. And with that capital, as well as their factories extra capacity, the dodges are ready to start their own independent car company. Get her done. I guess he could say that dodges were challengers nice to fort. Wow. Dang. Using profits from their Ford stock, the Dodge brothers struck out on their own and produced their first vehicle. The Dodge model 30. As a direct competitor to the Ford model T the car immediately set itself apart with its all steel construction 12 Volt electrical system for chargers sliding gear transmission and a whopping mine bending 35 horsepower. And the brothers received 22,000 applications for new Dodge dealers before they even finished production. Thanks to their reputation for the work that they did with Ford. In 1915 Dodge produce a roadster in the following year introduced winter cars, with hard tops and Windows. And a center door sedan. They also built motor trucks ambulances and even marine vehicles for the U.S. Military during the arms build up for World War I. The company also invented the word dependability, which was soon added to the dictionary. What, wow, wait, what really? They should use that in commercials. That we need to invent words. I think I've invented a couple. HRSPRS in 1920 at the tail end of the Spanish flu pandemic horus fell ill with pneumonia after catching it at the New York auto show. Ever the dutiful brother John sat by his bedside and unfortunately caught the flu from his brother. John died only ten days later on January 14th at the age of 55. Horace fought the disease in his grief for the rest of the year, but eventually succumbed on December 1920. Due to complications from pneumonia and cirrhosis of the liver. He was 52. Both brothers were interred in an Egyptian style family mausoleum in Detroit's Woodland cemetery with their bodies guarded naturally by two ornate Sphinx statues..

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"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

"Agency, making a home visit. They would ask about spending habits. Alcohol consumption, gambling, marital status, and even check on the children in school. Women weren't eligible for the rays unless they were single with children. And men weren't eligible unless their wife stayed at home. And of course, every employee had to speak English. Though they claimed that there was a safety component to the English requirement, Ford was also a notorious racist and anti semite with a strong anti internationalist tilt. In fact, some sources indicate that his hatred for the Dodge brothers stem from the misguided belief that the pair were Jewish. Well, there's the star David on the emblem, but the triangle is also Greek for D so it would be like two D's, both the Dodge brothers are twined. Okay, they were not Jewish. And the triangle motif actually continued. It continued through Dodge's history, like dodges in the 60s. Their logo was a triangle. And now they're bringing that triangle logo back for the Dodge EV muscle Yeah, what's it called again that little move? The E muscle. No, the delta. Well, yeah, that was the fluke ring that you're thinking of Joe. Thinking of the fluke rang. That's not the fluke ring. The flickering is a different kind of arrow sort of design. It's easy to get that confused. Anyway, back to Henry Ford and his racism. Henry Ford was also an avowed conspiracy theorist and love to speak on the dangers that internationalism posed to traditional American values. Despite being the son of immigrants himself. Hitler looked up to Henry Ford. Or they were friends. They were buddies. So cool. So in the early 1920s, Ford sponsored a weekly anti semitic paper and later, he funded square dancing in American schools because he believed jazz was created by Jewish people and was a threat. Of course. However, Ford was also one of the only major corporations that would hire black employees, women, or handicapped men, and perhaps the most shocking tidbit on Ford is his inclusion in mein kampf, where he is the only American mentioned favorably. Hitler later said that Ford was quote his inspiration, and even kept a life sized portrait of Ford next to his desk. A life size portrait. She's apparently in the Ford archives. There's us one safe that has film of Henry Ford and Hitler hanging out. We should we licensed it? I mean, at least the square dancing. At least he had some, you know. That was it that we had to do that in school. What a waste of time. You had to do square dancing in school? Yeah. What? Yeah. At your sock hops or what? No, like this was something we did and we had to do this multiple times. Elementary like imp, not even in elementary school, it was like, it was like, you know, like, a month, right? Where it's like, all right, every Tuesday and Thursday we're going to go to the cafeteria and learn how to square dance. And then we did have to do that in PE, in junior high as well. Geez. The square dancing lobbyists and a task adera hardcore. Strong. Well dude, okay, so I was like, aren't square dancing, whatever. It wasn't until later on, like, three years ago when I learned about the whole Henry Ford square dancing jazz conspiracy thing. And I was like, that is some racist holdover. Yeah. Why are we doing this? Because rock and roll is made by the devil. They made us do jazz hands for hours at a time. Just kidding. We'll get back to more past gas, but right now, a word from our sponsors. Big thanks to auto tempest for sponsoring this episode of pass gas. I love looking for used cars. I basically do it all day while I'm at my computer. And I always go to auto tempest dot com because they have the best selection of cars throughout the U.S. and Canada. Auto tempest is a used car search engine that saves you the hassle of checking a bunch of different websites. They make it so easy and convenient to compare prices from a bunch of different websites. So you don't have to go from site to site to site, looking for cars, they're all just in one place. That's why they're tagline is auto tempest dot com, all the cars one search, auto tempest also searches all the top used car listing sites in the U.S. like cars dot com, true car, carvana, eBay motors, all those auto tempest has the best selection out of any site on the net for use cars, you'll find what you want, I promise you. Again, that's why their slogan is auto tempest dot com. All the cars one search. I use their side all the time. I love it. You should too. So check it out for yourself at auto tempest dot com slash pass gas. That's auto tempest dot com slash gas. Thank you auto tempest. Pass gas is supported by first republic bank with a best in class banking app that allows you to bank anywhere anytime in a dedicated personal banker when you need one on one service. First republic is uniquely positioned to offer best of both worlds. With this combination of personal attention and convenience, it's no wonder that first republic bank has a client satisfaction rating two times the industry average. So whether you're opening a personal line of credit or planning your retirement, you can count on first republic to be there for you. Every step of the way. Is it first republic dot com today to learn more? That's first republic dot com. Member FDIC equal housing lender. Well, look, I should have paid more attention to square dancing, actually, because there was a time in my life community college. When I would go to this country not country club, like a club, the graduate had country night on Thursdays, like a honky tonk. It was like a essentially honky tonk night. And square dancing or line dancing, I'm sorry. Square dancing is different than line dancing. But I feel like the principles are probably the same. I did not know how to line dance, James. I don't know. If you know how, if you know any steps, any dances, no. I don't even know the hoot scoot and buggy. I know you gotta get down, turn around. Go to town. Hoot's getting boogie. Did they let you in, even if you didn't have hammer loops on your pants? Oh yeah, I was definitely not dressed at country at all. You kind of have a crisp pen foot loose bud. Chris Penn. Where are you talking about Chris Penn Glover? No, Sean Penn's brother. Stop pointing that out of my dad. Remember in reservoir dogs? You're talking Chris spin, Glover? No, I'm talking Chris Penn Sean prinze brother. It's like an MF Doom line. Yes. Oh, Chris Penn died, right? No. Damn, I was gonna say we need a Kevin.

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"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Past Gas

"Thank you me Andes. Comcast has built a broadband network with one simple purpose to keep customers connected every single day. In the last ten years, we have invested $30 billion and 15 billion since 2017 alone to keep America's largest gig speed broadband network fast, secure and reliable. Because more Americans rely on Comcast to stay connected, we work around the clock to build a better network every single day. Comcast, better today, even better tomorrow. Learn more at Comcast dot com slash network. When it comes to infamous American feuds few can compare to the battle between John and Horace Dodge and Henry Ford. From 1903 until 1915, the rap scallion Dodge brothers helped Henry Ford get Ford motors and the infamous model T off the ground. When their contract ended, however, Ford decided he wanted to use his company's massive profits to enrich his workforce and provide discounted automobiles to the consumer. The resulting lawsuit Dodge versus Ford is still taught in corporate law classrooms everywhere, an impacts how corporations are viewed today. This week, it's the true story of the Dodge brothers. A duo responsible for shaping the auto industry as we know it. And the man who hated them. Henry Ford. But why did Ford hate the dodges so much? How did their rivalry reinforce corporate capitalism as we know it? And why is Henry Ford such a controversial and confusing figure? Today on past gas, it's the Dodge brothers versus Henry Ford. Podcast is not yours. It's not about sports. It's like a tag team. It's like Triple H versus Ford Ford. Triple H is just one guy, though. I know. It's confusing. X pock and Triple H versus Ford versus The Rock. If The Rock were a notorious anti semite. Union buster. Yeah. Instead of liking to eat a huge breakfast, he instead hated Jewish people. Yeah, instead of talking about how he's from Hawaii all the time. He would break up unions to take advantage of workers. You guys, I apologize ahead of time, I turned on the heat for the first time yesterday and it blew out a ton of dust and my head is basically a babybel right now. A baby bell cheese? Yeah, just so stuffy. Your head is covered in wax? Yeah, that's what it feels like. And you have to peel it open. Yeah. And plus my sister's dropped their dogs off to be like, hey, you can babysit too. And so now I have like three whimpering dogs that wanna go outside. Multiple sisters? Yeah, I got two sisters and both of them are doing stuff and they said, hey, can you watch my dog? And I said, I guess, and then Rachel left. So that's where I met. You're living daddy day care. It's like dads in charge now. Yeah, one of the dogs already peed on my on your steering wheel. So I had to clean that up this one. Who's doing well? Yeah, yeah. And deal. On his Logitech, sim racing steering wheel. Oh, yeah. How did that get peed on? It was on the ground. I don't want it back. No, I cleaned it. It's good. You can ask. That's good. Now you can have it. Okay, thank you. My plan worked. Well, welcome back to past gas, everybody. This is your host. I'm very stilted speech today. I'm your host, Nolan Sykes. Join is always by my other hosts. We got Joe Weber over there. Hey, keep it juiced and keep it loose. Yeah, okay. Sure. And James pumphrey, double down and up the bat. Sounds like a skiing reference or maybe football? I think it's a bad poker reference. I think doubled down end up the bet mean the same thing. So I'm just reiterating double down up the bet. I can't believe it's Friday already. We record these on Friday. You might listen to it on Sunday or whenever it is, but I feel like the week has just gone by extremely fast. I don't know if I've accomplished anything at all or done everything. Well, the thing is, our shoot week, we usually shoot in batches, our shoot week is bleeding into every other week now. So it's literally just a shoot month every month. I should almost every day. Yeah. So when people are like, oh, what did you do this? Think of what we have to go through to provide content for you guys. Wow, what's wrong, Joe? Think of our needs. A little frazzled. I think it might be time for you to stop reading the comments. There comes a point in every host career where you just stop reading the comments. You turn your DMs to private and you just focus on the road ahead, so I think we can offline it, but it might it might be time that you sort of start protecting yourself from the community a little bit. I am not Deadpool's friend from the bar, okay? I'm not, people compared me to Scotty Kilmer. I think it's time, man. I already comments every day. I read all the comments. Yeah, you haven't been doing that for four years, and I'm insane. Oh, what is that? Is this sick, freaking GM outside my house right now? Mike Ditka is outside. He's a general manager of sorts. Right? No. Sure. No, it's a sick valley thing. That's a great place. How about we get into it? Yeah. Yeah. You'd think each of the Dodge brothers would get their own little section of the podcast. But considering John and Horace were inseparable for the entirety of their lives, it would get a little too redundant. And by inseparable, we mean they wouldn't read any mail unless it was addressed to both of them. Yes, it was that level of codependency. That is insane. Weren't they connected at the head? No. Weren't they on TLC? No. No. It's not a stuck on you kind of situation. Yeah, I thought, I thought stuck on you is kind of loosely based on them. My mistake, I thought they were connected at their heads. John was born in Niles, Michigan, on October 25th, 1864. And Horace popped out a few years later on May 17th, 1868. Their father ran a machine shop and foundry, which is if you don't know what a foundry is a factory for casting metal, you got the stuff metal. Star power. You're in. You're cast. In 1886 when John was 22, the whole family moved to Detroit and John and Horace both took jobs at a boilermaker plant. In 1892, John married a Canadian woman named ivy Hawkins, and they had three children. Then in 1894, both brothers moved to Windsor Ontario, Canada to work as machinists at the dominion typograph company. While in Canada, Horace married a Scottish immigrant named Anna Thompson and the pair had a son and daughter. I love you because your name is Horace and it sounds like haggis. I really give back from the pool maker plan. Bring me some haggis. Bring me a beer with a short dropped in it..

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"dodge" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"An. Nba order a self taught guitarist and has guest starred in both the office. And game of thrones keys unhappy with his boss and has no options. who is erin rod. That is correct. Well projection family. I never said i'm unhappy with my boss. I said it not you. So rogers quickly. I'd never set of happy with my boss. He never said anything. Which is the key here. But i love that brady. Natalie's says he's unhappy with his boss but he has no option sharing clear. This is another level of petty. This extreme very Rarified air group of guys that can be this petty and needle one another. Well actually one way. It's not one another but it's brady saying that you know they know each other you know. They talk to each other privately. Brady's not talking out of pocket this mess with you about the. Yeah yeah go ahead. Aaron rodgers letting it out like what do you take from the fact that he's laughing about it enjoying it letting it be a joke letting it stay. A joke is it. Because he's not taking it seriously is he trying to maybe. There's also this part of me. Because i always feel like there's there's always that hope that maybe he's just let me i'm gonna make them to make them extremely uncomfortable. Get them so uncertain about what they're going to do. And then i'll i'll just show up. I'll show up. And i'll save the day. And they'll love me for and i'll get what i i'll let them know. Don't mess with me again. You know what i mean. They're going to be and again because if he plays this season. Well we're going to stay there. They've got they've got up. Certainly give him an extension pay. I know that money's always gonna be part. Money's always at the root of everything right. But i mean he him him like letting this. Just stay joke joking about it. I never said this. I never said that. I just talked about culture and the people and character on. I don't think it's a joke. I'll come on for. Like i think that he's i have. I've said it was unhappy with his boss and is out of out of options. I don't think it's a i think he's willing. I think this is the jit. I really do and i understand. You know the logic behind teammates and this is a unit that could contend. Aaron returns but to me to why would you make this big of a fuss. If you just want what you're trying to do now is making it's almost like a parent thing to a kid where you threaten to take something away and you go all the way and then at the very end you still give you still give them whatever they were hoping to have but you make them fear that they're gonna lose it like just get them to a point. Where now like. You don't know what you've got till it's gone. Yeah aaron rodgers is trying to like let here. Here's what life's going to be like without me. You show you want this. You want this this uncertainty. You want this criticism you want your fan base where they are you want this franchise like i said this is waiting to exhale. This is throwing the match up and burning the car. That's what this is walking away like so if you are willing to take burns hoping down he show you want if you're willing to take it to the edge right but they shows happy that hero. That's what i'm saying. So then you're the hero. What are we. what are we doing. Long-term we're gonna we're gonna sign in. Stay with this extension. You're gonna give me everything. I want you drawer everything i want. I got that one more year and then now he's got a little more control of his life. I more controlling. but he doesn't have any control now though. And that's why i mean he is in control but if he stays lose more who stands to lose more aaron rodgers or the packers. If he doesn't play this year who stands to lose more. i think it's the packer. Absolutely which is why he has the power so stay out. Let them look absolutely ridiculous weather. He plays the season or that. Something was gonna come get aaron rodgers. Got them begging. He's got them nervous. He knows it well now here so why stop here because give me the box in the arena. Who i forgot who was on. The radio was breen. we're interested. He clearly was not interested. Give me the whole posting traveling the world. Oh yeah plan football on sunday. I'm not there like go this hard. Finish the deal on him. Finish him mortal kombat and him him pretending not to know who week one opponent is right with that to them about the difference on a different show up we ate. What seventy two much predator. No let's say. But that's what i believe. He's so much of a competitor. Do that monica again. Do you see the strategy. This is sinister strategy. But i kind of next level though like you're saying come back because you're such a competitor. Okay that's fine. That's for him and he also zero. You make this he will. Saudi branch is if he walks in the building as the savior and then he looks like good looks at leflore. Looks at all the murphy and he's just like don't let this happen now in charge. He don't have to show up but he remember. Why is he upset because they are never including him in decisions that they're doing things that he doesn't agree with that they're making these shorty nelson whether it's anybody else whether it's it's going with with jordan love. It's these decisions that they're making that have it's not going for it on fourth down. We agree all that stuff and he's saying. Hey you've got me. We can i have. I need to say in this thing. I need to have a seat at the table. And you guys don't agree with that We you and i agree. I'm just saying if you're going to do it. Sit chill week three week. Four like i'm chilling like don't do it get going. He can. he can afford it. They're going to look a hot mess without him. If you if we're doing this in terms of executing demonstrating power then watch what this looks like without me for real. Nah just an offseason. Get these games. Take these put this in the record book yet. I was the year. I played too much..

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"dodge" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"We talked about food to start the show an hour ago. And i'm usually. I get to about eight thirty before i start feeling it. You know because. I'm i keep thinking about food i can't help you. We've had lots of reasons to think about food today. Some reason this morning. I'm just hungry conversations. But what's going on. What's going on with the latest poll. You would just talk so speaking of food for thought provoking conversation yesterday a very interesting. Apparently slightly polarizing question was posed on the twitter streets. And it was about your practices when you go to a restaurant that serves bread before you take your order pretty much every restaurant right like cheesecake factory outback. Name your spot right. Do you immediately eat the bread when it comes to your table. And is that tacky. Or not. Alan hahn do i immediately. If you're hungry like show up. And you're like i'm waiting all daily looking for whatever you're doing like you spend the whole day doing some shopping or whatever it is and you like. Let's just go to the restaurant and yeah yeah. Yeah that bread. That doesn't need. The plate doesn't even touch the table. And you know if you have kids like i do. They might be a crumb left. Their hands is reach ripping it apart and next thing. You know there's nothing left of it. It's gone so yeah yeah yeah. The bread is fair. Game the minute. It goes down on the table. My opinion yours. i. I'm with you and cheesecake factory the brown loaf with the lowest little oats on top. That's my fav- outback. The whole thing is. I don't believe that you should overfill it. You should not fill up on bread because then it ruins the meal. That is why. I do not always take that advice. This is the french delicious are so what's the pulses so the poll is that apparently that is tacky. And that you should wait five minutes before indulging in the bread now lovely person that put this twitter poll out has no kids clearly. I guess maybe she got over two hundred thirty five thousand votes. Ninety seven percent of people said that you eat the bread immediately. There's a three percent that apparently stands with her in solidarity that it is to immediately grabbed. The lose. three percent is definitely people that go hungry. Listen you're not gonna get any and by the way it's free remained for. There's no such thing as free but okay but still normally when you get said bread. It is warm hopefully mo if it's not exactly but still it's usually it's warm when it's warm. It said it's best exact. Why am i waiting for it to cool off. Do i wait for the ice to melt in my water before i take a drink. Listen i don't don't take this logic everyday poses some great questions. It's not only. I had never thought that you don't grab the great question. It's one of those seem like an obvious answer but apparently three percent which is a very. I would've never guessed. I figured ninety nine. He's always the one percent trolls are like. I'm gonna ruin this one. I'm the one guy that's not gonna vote for derek. Jeter for the hall of fame right. 'cause i don't think he deserves one hundred percent always at one person that does that but three percent. Listen i now. It automatically sent me on the rabbit hole of. Where's the best bread. Oh boy. Longhorn steakhouse has really good roles. I think that cheesecake getting bread is my favorite the brown one because it's warm and put a little butter on it again. Don't tell me you serving warm if you're not send it back. Who doesn't start. I'm trying to think of anybody that does here's the other thing if it's the bread thing what about if you're going to like a mexican place and they give you. I'm chips on my supposed to wait on the salsa and chips anything you bring me before my food comes is gone chips warm like right at oh and can have order of guac to go the sauce that has little teeny. And can you bring some more stops because this little teeny tiny thing is not gonna cut it from thank you. I'm pretty good. I'm pretty good in fact like then then when like the meal comes it's almost like already full. Just keep bringing that. Jacob zuma we're coming to you live from above the huntington river tech appear seventeen. And now you wonder why. I'm hungry is it seems to be all we ever talk about hundred show and key. Please stop sending pictures of food that you're making this morning so again. The bread conversation in one hand the nba finals in the other. So jaanus at the free throw line has become a thing now and i wanted to see because hawks fans really got into it. Be hawks fans were counted. A ten second violation that that honest did actually get called for which became a big story at all. He's a terrible free throw shooter to begin with which that's another story but this has become such a thing and keep when has a mvp in nba history. Been or any any sport been treated with such disrespect mocked. I've never seen a guy who was considered one of the best players in his sport. Openly mocked by people mocked not cheered. This is mocking him. Counting down the free throws you have ten seconds to shoot it. The crowd seems always get like thirteen or fourteen. It sounds something like this. It sounds something like this. They can listen is from espn radio. That's.

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"dodge" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"This is ready freeze tron episode seven. Twenty five i am brian. kilby With me this week. We have matt yawning blue. We speculated that in pre show that you've started sleeping during pre show before you show. Which makes you smarter than everybody else. I try to sneak in like an hour or so asleep a little earlier but not directly before the show. I used to sleep before the pre show years ago. And i miss doing that. I mean figure that out. Well have chris chris who out last week caused. It won't be part of the conversation. I say one last week. You want to say you wanna say if you're somebody who watches the show live or on youtube or sorry. Youtube is really for livestreams. We know i'll really use youtube for Anything else other than livestreams if you want to go back and watch something do or do it at our website if radio dot net Because i don't edit podcast heavily but it was a complicated topic and i was heavily medicated. Last week i'm not. I'm not i'm not saying that. Crutch or j it's been it's the truth. I was heavily. Medicated was not a great week to talk about a complicated topic like Nfc's but i think when in the edit everything came across pretty clear we actually sounded pretty. Good i went back a couple times to make sense to make sure that made sense but the lives the livestream version of it. No please please..

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"dodge" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

"If you're <Speech_Female> telling us to wait. <Speech_Female> Lord for those <Speech_Female> waiting pray that you <Speech_Female> would strengthen <Speech_Female> them and <Speech_Female> show them what you have <Speech_Female> for them in the waiting <Speech_Female> time <Speech_Female> that there's always people <Speech_Female> in the waiting room with us <Speech_Female> and we can encourage <Speech_Female> one another and <Speech_Female> minister to people <Speech_Female> in the waiting. <Speech_Female> Lord <Speech_Female> i pray that you <Speech_Female> would stir <Speech_Female> up passion <Speech_Female> in our hearts <Speech_Female> for you lord <Speech_Female> and freer your word. <Speech_Female> I pray <Speech_Female> for that person listening. <Speech_Female> Who <Speech_Female> just feels <Speech_Female> like their time in the <Speech_Female> word is pretty dry <Speech_Female> or is <Speech_Female> having trouble even <Speech_Female> wanting to open the <Speech_Female> word lord and i just remember <Speech_Female> how <Speech_Female> many times you've encouraged <Speech_Female> my heart in <Speech_Female> those times to <Speech_Female> open the bible <Speech_Female> and read <Silence> even one verse <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> that you can use <Speech_Female> that lord. And so i <Speech_Female> pray you'd encourage <Speech_Female> that person <Speech_Female> who's just struggling <Speech_Female> to open up <Speech_Female> the word and <Speech_Female> just read one <Speech_Female> verse. I prayed speak <Speech_Female> to them. <Speech_Female> Lord i pray <Speech_Female> that your holy spirit <Speech_Female> would <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> inspire <Speech_Female> and lift. <Speech_Female> Lift our spirits. <Speech_Female> I prayer holy <Speech_Female> spirit with phyllis <Speech_Female> and cover <Speech_Female> us. Lord <Speech_Female> i pray that <Speech_Female> you would inspire <Speech_Female> those <Speech_Female> who are listening lord <Speech_Female> that person. Who's <Speech_Female> wondering what do you want <Speech_Female> me to do with this thing <Speech_Female> that i loved to do. <Speech_Female> How can i use it to <Speech_Female> serve you. Lord <Speech_Female> i pray that <Speech_Female> you would show the way. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I pray that you <Speech_Female> would do great <Speech_Female> work <SpeakerChange> and <Speech_Female> that you would remind <Speech_Female> each of us each <Speech_Female> day how we belong <Speech_Female> to you. <Speech_Female> We are your daughters <Speech_Music_Female> and you love <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> so much. Jesus <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> name payment. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Don't <Speech_Music_Female> you love rachel's <Speech_Music_Female> heart. <Speech_Music_Female> I just appreciate <Speech_Music_Female> her sensitivity <Speech_Music_Female> to god <Speech_Music_Female> and her veil <Speech_Music_Female> ability <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> for willingness to <Speech_Music_Female> serve god wherever <Speech_Female> he puts her whether <Speech_Female> she she's <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> teaching college level <Speech_Music_Female> literature or <Speech_Music_Female> cooking <SpeakerChange> dinner for <Speech_Music_Female> her family. <Speech_Female> All of you guys. <Speech_Female> All of it is worship. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> All <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> of it is ministry. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> You can learn more <Speech_Female> about rachel and <Speech_Female> her devotional <Speech_Female> as well as some of <Speech_Female> the things. She's learned <Speech_Female> about jane austen <Speech_Music_Female> by <SpeakerChange> visiting <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> her website. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Rachel dodge <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> dot com. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> But i wanna <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> ask you a question. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> What <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> opened doors. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Have you been praying. <Speech_Music_Female> For <Speech_Female> what have <Speech_Female> you. What dreams <Speech_Female> have you been holding in <Speech_Female> your heart that <Speech_Female> that you think will <Speech_Female> ever come true. <Speech_Female> I just <Speech_Female> wanna encourage <SpeakerChange> you once <Speech_Music_Female> again. <Speech_Music_Female> Press close <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> defend <Speech_Female> the message and let <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> him brought in the <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> ministry <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> as use stay <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> surrendered <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> available <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> before him. He's <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> gonna use you in <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> ways that you might <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> not even <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> be aware of <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> because he loves <Speech_Music_Female> to take the little <Speech_Music_Female> ad lunch that <Speech_Music_Female> we place <SpeakerChange> in his hands. <Speech_Music_Female> I <Speech_Female> love you my friend. I <Speech_Music_Female> just want encourage today <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> no matter <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> where you find yourself <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> no matter what you are <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> doing. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Let's do it as all <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> is unto the <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> lord living <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> and love <Speech_Music_Female> and leading <Speech_Music_Female> like jesus <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> cnx <Music> time.

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"dodge" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

"I used to in a former life travel in speak to women's groups and conferences and retreats and i loved it was especially my favorite part was the chance to meet young women who were passionate about jesus and just wanted to use their gifts for him. You know often. I thought i'd love to have all of them on the podcast. Because i know you'd be so blessed by their stories. But i just felt led by the lord to call my friend rachel dodge and ask her if she would join us today. We're gonna talk about her writing journey and and the kind of twisty the way that god took to get her where he has her today. But we're also talk about trusting god in all the areas of our lives in the importance of cultivating our friendship with him. Rachel dodge.

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"dodge" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"dodge" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"New upper and lower control arms on it. I know if you use the lower control arms off of seventy s era van. The pocket is actually two inches deeper. So you can get a drop that way but I'm looking into that. And i'm just trying to work the kinks out of the truck. See what i need to fix on it the steering as a little sloppy so i'm going to get a new steering box for it So the spending needs to be looked. At i probably is gonna change all the bushings on it just to be safe and it also needs a gas pedal old dodge trucks there. These two ball studs coming up off the floor. Pan that these gas pedals. Just kind of you know pop onto and this one doesn't have those so i ordered some ball studs and i need to figure out a little mount situation. And then i can get the gas pedal on avenue. Nice gas pedal with the chrome basil So that'll be cool but it's just funny. How many people. Oh by the way back to the sure grip. Yeah it's one wheel so we need to get assure up in this thing. I'm probably going to change the gearing. It's got three twenty. Three's in it right now I dunno sinking three ninety one or something but Definitely needs a sure grip. I love driving this thing because so many people you know it brings. A smile to people's face brings a smile on my face. I can't drive this thing without smiling but Here i am still selling parts that have left over from my other projects that i sold to make some extra money to invest more into the truck. i'd like to get clear coated so that i can preserve the lettering Going to walk around the truck and take detailed pictures of all the lettering case. Knock on wood. Hopefully nothing crazy happens. But i want to be able to replicate the design that murray created and also thinking possibly efi but Definitely a hemi. Eventually i still have the hemi from the low par truck Two five seven..

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