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"elim" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"Yeah we like them women and so they were like no longer good right so like there were. There's other angels sick. We were talking about where. I don't know if they call him. White angels good angels light angels or just archangels like gabriel uriel. All of them raphael. But those were also considered in that not in the two hundred and make watchers right. But they're not the dark watcher. Sorry so anyway Because this this says the book of enoch refers to both good and bad watchers with more focus on the rebellious ones right. So the book v knock. The watchers are angels dispatched to earth to watch over the humans. They soon become be they. Soon begin to lust for human women. They're like can summit which is pretty much in the book of genesis. is it at the prodding. By the way. I did not grow up in a religious family. I was and the things that i know. I am taught by actual spirit. So that's why. I don't get tainted by physical world so if i might I call bullshit. It's probably because it's bullshit ed. I won't get an i. Don't get by people call a lot of bullshit. It's a story. It is and there certain stories read are given as like a guide. They're not and some of them aren't even meant to be literal right but people take them literal only when they were not doing footsie with the promise. She's played footsie with me okay. They soon began to leftover human women at the prodding of their leader. I knew how to say this. I'm usa yes you know god you remember this. I told you. I read the whole book. How you read this book. hold buck. you're and it had nothing to do with my religious curious. No i was. It was because i was writing a book in research. I was tank. So that's insane. I mean that's awesome to do just for shits and giggles and it was. It was super interesting. Well the whole neff elim thing and them going coming down and quite honestly reading the bible's interesting like the stories in it are interesting. Okay so basically this will happen. They went after the women. They ended up impregnating the women and having these neville them so savage giants who became the offspring right. They were just these corbeil being horrible grotesque beings who pillaged earth and endangered humanity..
"elim" Discussed on Esports Minute
"Hey folks, I'm Kevin Correa and this is your E sports minute. Two teams have just been eliminated in valorous VC masters Berlin tournament has the narrowing of teams begins today. Out of Group B we saw key stars take on zeta division to see who live to play another day and unfortunately or fortunately, keyed stars take home the victory with a two O sweep of zeta division. The decider match between crew and key to begin tomorrow in groups the a similar story is crazy raccoon sweeps avan liberty to end their tournament hopes. Crazy raccoons will look to take on gambit on Thursday in what looks to be a tough game for them, more elimination matches to come tomorrow from group a new eSports title on the horizon and on the precipice of mainstream attention is split gate as the game's developer ten 47 games made a huge announcement today. They raised $100 million in investment money along with receiving a $1.5 billion valuation, and the Roman independent community driven studio. Ten 47 Tuesday coming Parker for their eSports side of things that are thinking big for debuting their events. No public information regarding split gate eSports at present time. But expect big things to come from the halo meets portal, free to play FPS title. Lastly, we have to add another into the pile of Activision Blizzard legal woes as the communications workers of America have claimed worker intimidation against the game developer in the latest unfair labor charges. The lawsuit was brought forth thanks to workers within the organization who are pushing for change and looking to put a stock to Activision Blizzard's coercion tactics when it comes to organizing against them. Of course, in the United States, it is illegal to prevent employees from organizing against said companies. I'm Kevin Cory, that's my time and that has been your eSports..
Los Angeles - Apple fire triggers evacuations in Riverside County
"In Riverside County has burned more than 15,000 acres along the wind stays down. I don't think they really go much further. They should be hopefully to get a handle on it. Resident Christy Guess, Elim says the hot weather is making it hard on the firefighters. 400 homes have been evacuated north of Wilson Street east of Sunset Avenue, in west of Hathaway Street in banning and the banning bench area and those north of Cherry Valley Boulevard between Boma and Highland Springs Avenue's one home to outbuildings. Some cars and a boat have been destroyed by the fire and evacuation center is set up at Beaumont High School. The fire is now 12% contained.
"elim" Discussed on Data Crunch
"Clients accelerate their analytic evolution so i think my journey started about ten years ago. <hes> i graduated from princeton with a degree in operations research and financial engineering so i could basically taken two two paths wine i could run into the financial space or the second path taken was going into the analytics <unk> this the the analytic space i joined and a very early company called spry when i joined it was about four months old and primarily started off doing a lot of dod contracting specific to analytics data and we eventually built that company to a pretty nice is we expanded past the the o._d. Space got into commercial started consulting with some large pharmaceutical companies transportation companies and really built that company up and and then sold that in two thousand and fifteen when you sold it as web mason the company then bought spry correct so spry was again. Another professional services says a firm specializing in deir in analytics. What may send historically has been a marketing firm so they specialize in all aspects of with marketing <hes> as you can. Imagine analytics is definitely a big area focus for them in their clients and so they brought us in in about twenty percent of our revenue comes from marketing related activities through a mesa and then eighty percents of our revenue still comes working with i._t. In analytic analytic groups outside of the elim portfolio interesting okay so there was some crossover there but not as much as you might expect yeah definitely some crossover without a doubt so that was definitely definitely beneficial but as you can imagine with any acquisition you learn a lot and so we're in a great spot right now. We're able to generate very healthy.
"elim" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Was not a reference to representative elim Omar who may or may not have married her own brother I'm not taking a position on this vital controversy you'll just have to make up your own mind about whether he'll win Omar Mary her own brother I got a real treat for you guys I I look I'm a trial lawyer I like the law I practice the law and I have come across a book how to become a federal criminal and illustrate handbook for the aspiring offender written by fellow lawyer might chase you can you can find him on Twitter at crime a day that's C. R. I. any a day and it's a guide book to how to violate federal law Mike I got a question for you it's I don't look like everybody else I like to party with manatees yeah I I mean you know I like to kick it chill you know throw back a few Bruce skis I'd also like to ride on a manatee can I do that without incurring the wrath of the federal government you know you might actually catch the wrath of the federal and state governments there's only a couple places that you can really ride a manatee but you can't you can't even do other more affectionate stuff with manta did you can't ride him you can't pinch him you can't give him of food or drink wait are you tell I thought this was America Mike I know I want I want to look I like to throw down a cool refreshing does techies with a little line I can't share that with my friend a manatee no no and and and it's crazy because a lot of people don't know this but the original Gadsden flag was actually an illustration of you know like George Washington writing a manatee so it's just really sad that we've come so far look he's someone who served this country in combat zones what the hell were we fighting for it's all lost dog three all right let's let's move on it like I want to speak with animals AS eight falconer I'd like to make a movie involving a falcon but I don't want to have anything to do with falconry I you know I thought I'm thinking like a romantic comedy like I'm a falconer and I need Q. was somebody kind of thing you know I'm not saying it's autobiography biographical I'm not saying it's not it can only make eighty eight they found a non falconry based film holding a falcon no no and and you mention that you're a falcon right I really hope you're not just an amateur falconer without a falcon relations that's a crime in and of itself but you're right federal law says that if you want to use your falconry bird in a movie it has to be a movie about falconry and other movies are just the no go if you got to use either of computer generated burger some other lookalike bird and it's really heartbreaking mostly for the falcons because they they never get their silver screen dreams well look I I live in Los Angeles and you know frequently at restaurants I'm served by falcons who are unable to fulfill a full time job in the acting field because of this kind of biased rules let's move on I'm sticking with animals like everybody else I ship scorpions what what am I doing it right I I don't I don't package the scorpion using it with the word scorpion on the outside of the package am I wrong well what but when you told me you were going to be I thought this was just the gift that you're sending over from the show but I'm gonna be hesitant to open this box that you sent me it's kind of vibrating across the desk so that's interesting well it's a manatee it is a big box yeah and it's a little wet but yeah the the the boxes that you send of scorpions it's not just enough to write live scorpions on the outside federal law requires that if you're going to mail live scorpions which is just an aside looks remember federal law expressly allows you to mail wide scorpions which is shocking but in any event if you're going to mail the live scorpion you have to write live scorpions on the outside of the box but you also have to have the scorpions inside yet another box inside that box that also says live scorpions on it though the federal government has that America needs to warnings before they they confront scorpions in a mail box what is life we stood mail the band the scorpions offices such hits as rock you like a hurricane are we allowed to me male human beings that see what you want to mail the band yes I want to say entire band by mail and you know to to Florida so they can rock you like a hurricane maybe with a manatee maybe not you know I'm not I'm not a control freak well you know early early in postal history the Postmaster General actually had to issue a memo to postal workers to say you can't mail people but it was because people were mailing their kids and it actually was not because of live adults but yeah I don't know I you know the scorpions have had their day in the sun I think keep from a box nobody's going to care what your you know I'm I'm talking to my Chazy say a lawyer and he's also the author of a hilarious book called how to be a federal criminal which I highly highly recommend you need to go out and get how to be a federal criminal I drive a fine German touring sedan but there's there's something missing I kinda want to channel and we've been talking about the postal service I want to I want to give a shout out to our letter carriers can only can right paint on my car the postal livery or is that a problem yeah no you're you're gonna have real problems there are federal statute says that you can't write US mail on your vehicle but again it doesn't have to be a mute vehicle it looks like a postal vehicle but yeah if you're starting to drive around in your trying to look like a postal worker or even just try to pay tribute as you said the postal workers no and and make sure that you're not doing it well dressed like a postal worker either because just wearing the postal uniform is in and of itself a crime unless you're an actor what if you're a falcon who wants to be an actor right I mean this is this is getting very you know deep in the weeds here but you're right if you're a falconer and you dress your falcon like a postal worker and he drives a little vehicle that's as U. S. mail on the side of it I would expect probably three count indictment and I think the sentencing guidelines on that are like way up there like thirty five years or something now these a lot of it seems you know to a layman completely insane how do we get to the point where falcon manatee and scorpion mailing the issues are actually federal crimes instead of just sort of baffling hypotheticals how do these become come you could run into jail for doing this that's right we're we're having fun with some of this but at the core of it it's part of a bigger problem which is that you know since the constitution said article one section one Congress you have to make the laws of Congress that yeah but we're we're really way better at just partisan bickering and were way better at like not doing our job in doing our media appearances and stuff like that and so let's let's let's agency bureaucrats write the law and so they passed Congress passed the broad statute and said look you know you agency you can write laws about catch up and any violation of any laws that you right to rule that you write that the crime and so the agency goes out and pumps ruled on that they were okay catcher can't be too runny you got a spell it a certain way and now we end up with three hundred thousand or more federally criminally enforceable regulations and they're not passed through Congress and so yeah this this problem develops because agencies are paying attention to what they're doing they're making hundreds of thousands of crimes that are going to the legislative process well you know by a bizarre twist of fate hi I have page one sixteen of how to become a federal criminal open a subject near and dear to my heart catch up which I believe goes on everything including steak fight me if you don't like it that's probably a crime to come up but I do have a medium rare like a man how can you spell ketchup and comply with federal law yeah you got you got three permissible spellings of catch up the one we're all familiar with K. E. T. proper American one right right and and and as far as I'm concerned that's really the only reliable one now we've got to sort of old tiny caps up right so T. S. U. P. I mean it sounds disgusting to me as well yeah I know I mean there's a whole host of reasons it reminds me of the bombing eating a dog you know you have the cap thing going on forever in it also sort of harkens to like loony tunes or something so I mean I guess if you want to do that's fine yeah specter's when they're like you know cooking stuff up on this guy gets a capsule exactly so I mean I get to the novelty component but that really should be where it stops yeah it's right there but it doesn't doesn't know in their in their infinite mendacity regulators have allowed expressly C. A. T. C. H. U. P. to be at an acceptable spells catch up C. A. T. C. H. U. P. who is this person why are they not in jail yeah I I I yeah I I I don't know I mean it's it's amazing I mean I I think that you should probably lose you should probably lose your citizenship recently sent back if you if you still catch of C. A. T. C. H. U. P. you should be sent back I I even think I represent a villain Omar who may or may not have married her brother would you agree with me on that I I I I think we as I really like fruit cocktail rules about fruit cocktail there are plenty of rules about fruit cocktail although this is the one probably raise the federal crime in the book that I can get my heart into which is that fruit cocktail has to be at least two percent cherries and I don't know if you've ever bought a can of fruit cocktail and and who has carried you want somebody to go to prison so I'm okay with that one yeah being that you know I I I see where you're going now I like to reach out and touch people I like to communicate with people com especially pirates if I'm going to write to a pirate is that going to be a prime I think in a jam with the feds yeah yeah most likely so federal law has long I mean one of the original crimes in the constitution with piracy so we've got a long relationship with pirated very early on it was a crime to entertain a pirate so you might also problems there so you can't like do you know a ten minute stand up sat with a bunch of you know scalawags all right the Black Flag right right into this I I think I think I I think you know Penn and teller were were sort of in indicted for this and then they got they got dismissed because they found out they weren't actually entertaining or something out I can't member if that's what happened but census and affirmative that they're not entertaining is that the burden on the defendant I think so yes your honor I be affirmative defense would not actually entertaining I like a directed verdict on the fact that my clients are just terrible right but but you're right with you your federal law has all of these pirate crimes and one of them is to correspond or even consult with a pirate site you if you can't hear you you can't provide kind of a radical best practices my case of author of how to become a federal criminal I got one more question for you and it's apropos of nothing it does it's not it's not relayed anything is going on in the news we're about fifteen seconds left under federal law if you were say a congresswoman could you legally marry your brother you know what under federal law I think you probably can I know you can't under California law that's Mike chase author of how to become a federal criminal I'm Kurt Schlichter this is the Hugh Hewitt show will be right back stand by for more of Kurt Schlichter but he forgets a lot it's early in the morning for courage we forget Sulidae forget to tell you about relief factor dot com he needs it because his golf swing.
"elim" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Is we are taking it all the way through the top of the hour talking about all the things are happening including the debate regarding representative elim Omar who may or may not have married her brother you know I've been waiting for the president to weigh in on it and guess what he has the present United States has to the president United States has tweeted up about a half an hour a little maybe a little more ago he wrote great new book justice on trial the cabin on confirmation in the future the Supreme Court fantastic job by Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino darn right Mister president we had Malian carry on here on the Hugh Hewitt show with guest hosts Kurt Schlichter our first segment and it was great you need to be on the universe if you're not on the universe you can't go back and get this prime information I do this how I listen to because I'm not getting up at three AM every morning like I did this morning when I got that one so I could be here from three to six because I'm in the southern California really factor studio for the gray Hugh Hewitt you need to get that you can also watch me I'm sitting here I'm bopping along with the music there are more tweets let me read them it's a numb it is amazing how the fake news media has become crazed in quotation marks over the can't quote send he back I think her by a packed arena a record crowd in the great state of North Carolina but is totally calm and accepting of the most vile and disgusting statements made by the free radical left Congress women next week mainstream media which has lost all credibility has either officially or unofficially become a part of the radical left Democrat party it is a sick partnership so sick so pathetic to watch they even covered a tiny stage crowd as they greeted foul mouth Domar in Minnesota Hey dot dot dot next week state which I will win in twenty twenty because they can't stand her and her hatred of our country and they appreciate all that I've done for them opening up mining and much more which is led to the best employment and economic here in Minnesota is long and beautiful history well I guess the president has raised the issue of representative Villano Mar who may or may not have married her brother but he didn't directly address the issue of whether Ilan Omar did or did not marry her brother but you see Donald Trump is getting in there and fighting back and that's one of the things we appreciate about the president the president pushes back look up if you hear what and a lot of other people I respect I might Shapiro who is a quite a client of mine I've I've been his lawyer in litigation as you can see online that's public information I had a different take on the send her back chant they felt it was nativist they felt it was counter productive they felt it was going to alienate of natural I seen as a systems and that's that is an important consideration if crew and when Hugh and guys like Ben say something you should take it seriously considering I've come to a different conclusion part of that was driven by my own personal research I decided when I heard this argument I said I need to check with a naturalized American citizen to see what he or she might think so I turned to my left and they're in bed next to me was my beautiful wife arena who is a naturalized American she she and her family escape from carrying Cuba kind of tyranny that up Illinois Mar who may or may not have married her brother would impose in the United States given the opportunity and I said to my beautiful wife honey here's what happened at this rally here's what they said they said send her back what do you think of that I mean how do you feel I mean your your your natural isis in you chose to be an American your father came here served in our military brothers served our military he waved goodbye to me holding our six month old daughter is I went away to coast of for sixteen months to help people we've never met leaving my family leave in my business how do you feel about this and she said pack your stuff and I think I think a lot of naturalized American citizens probably feel the same way I'm not as worried as you view it is about this chant which the president has back pedaled on the the president has said look this is not what I think I I don't think we should have said that arm but I don't think the to significantly change anything I think what it does is tapping into a legitimate frustration by American citizens with a profound in gratitude of people like representative Villano Mar who may or may not have married her brother Amalie we brought her to United States we we made her a part of our come Nader citizen of the electorate in her district voted during the Congress this is a woman who has had unbelievable an incredible opportunity solely because she came to United States of America and she despises it she despises this country and she despises you we've been playing clips of her all day up let's play clip number eleven so we can see what you want mark who may or may not America brother truly thinks of the people who saved her life clip eleven please this president is three.
"elim" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Suffered for one another in Second Corinthians. Chapter eleven the apostle said that he personally was tested by whips and iron and stoning and under and slander shipwreck sleepless nights buying anxiety by snake bites by poverty prisons by persecution. He says at one point, we were so utterly burdened beyond our strength that we despaired of life itself. Indeed, we felt that we had received the senate's of death. What I think about them like the veterans, I think how did they do it? Those first followers of Jesus the apostles and the martyrs, those early Christians gave their lives to tell the truth to tell the world about God. How could they face what they faced what gave them courage both on the streets and in the prisons in the cities, and in the small villages enjoys Elim Corinth emphasis, even room itself, what gave him the courage to do what they did and give what they gave where did those ordinary men and women, get their courage and the power to do God sent them to do. And then I think even one step further behind them. What about Jesus himself? This is a man who lived in poverty left, an ordinary life who, who went out lived in poverty taught faced ridicule, and then finally face humiliation, pain, torture, and finally, execution in the most horrible manner possible, all to tell the truth of how Jesus do it. What gave him the courage to follow through with the father's plan. And the answer, I believe this. It's not a question. It's not what gave them the courage. It's who question. They were able the first Christians were able to follow the example of Christ. And Jesus Christ was able to do what he did because of the Holy Spirit of God, Paul, and the first Christians were empowered by the Holy Spirit of God. It's important on this day of Pentecost, that we can get our lives and the mission of which gotta send us the mission of the early church and even the mission of Jesus together because there is a theme running through all of them, and it is theme. It is the power of the Holy Spirit that we celebrate today here at Pentecost. Now before Jesus return to his heavenly father. Jesus gave his people both a promise and a mission when he ascended to the father. He said this listen to this is chapter one verse eight of acts, you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and all Judea and Samaria and to the ends of the earth. Did you hear that? Jesus said that the Holy Spirit and who's going to send them out into the world. Jesus renewed his promise that God was not going to abandon them when he left and God was going to send his Holy Spirit to lead them and to empower them so that they could continue the ministry of Jesus himself. They had both a promise and a mission. And that promise was fulfilled on the day of Pentecost, historically, speaking, Pentecost means literally fiftieth day, and it was a sort of Jewish agricultural festival that took place fifty days after Passover for generations stood as a kind of Jewish world. Fair became a big reunion weekend that attracted Jews from all over the Roman empire from as far away, as Arabia, and Persia Egypt in Iraq. They all gathered in Jerusalem for this world's fair. But this year something strange happened in thirty three AD on that Pentecost day. We read that all of Jesus's disciples were gathered in Jerusalem. They were gathered together turn to page ten eighty one and your bible to acts chapter two beginning in.
"elim" Discussed on Arca-45672
"You can't see much right now because there's this fall, sometimes the sun just peek through though. And it's, it's really amazing. These dark blue kinda Hayes makes you feel like you're underwater. This is so sixteen of the archbishop, so we're on the planes. Now. Cornelius setup this awning out of these really huge leaves what we rest here for a while. It's kind of like a spa over there. There are these huge parkas with water in them and a natural hot spring were lucky. We came across this when we did, because everyone is beginning stink. I'm beginning to stink. I can see Roya sometimes from the corner of my eye, and I think she either wants to cut all my hair off or grow some of her own, then you should get over here and try the water. I'm coming over there. Why are you over here alone? Guys are all on their own offspring over there. Something's never changed. Oh. On towel. It's not like we haven't seen each other like this before you get account. Yes, I'll get you. Alias. Just looking. Thanks. What you looking at Grinnell is just keeps staring. Sure, it's nothing probably compared to actually this may be an opportunity. Can you grab a DNA testing my pack? I'm gonna change right now. We do that. Sure. Okay. Can you talk to Cornelius from that I'm going to try to Mason? How 'bout swab or singer? He's got a ton of hair just clocked. Some awesome. It needs to be as accurate as possible. Okay. Buddy to do better. I don't know if I. Look, I know what you say, tell them about Thomas. What why it seem personal genuine while I jab him with sharp pointy thing. Hey, bud. Well, I was thinking about. Reptiles. I can have some on my tablet here. Son, thomas. Reptiles pretty could only see them at the zoo. Suddenly take him there all the time. Want to go literally all the time. The worst tantrums told school instead. Anyway, swan hears called a commode. Royat. This is Stu saying, you're doing great and set up. Now just keep going. Thomas had to get all those meals. You'd be scared. Remember thought did them with him and just got sailing? I remember so you're going to do the tanning test with Cornelius. Is that what you're saying? Yeah, not an animal. So let's use them into. Okay, fine. Then hold out your hand to show what gonna do. Hey, Cornelius cover here. Healthier done now. Try to get Cornelius to extend his hand. Yeah. Stand your arm like this. But again letter prick your finger mine is right next. Well that was easier that how thought it would go. Thank you. It was because the mass demonstra f sure where credit is due Royal as well. Look at what I'm wrote into the tablet should come up in his says. Verify. It's a match Roya. Patch? What is what's that other bar on the chart foreign stuff? It's, it's mixed with DNA particular way. I determine what is better better. Percent of the entire structure. John, Dr Khan have done it without my lab partner. What are you doing? Do over hard. I listen, this is what it looks like. Just keep it. Professional doctrinaire major Cirque. We have DNA match. Yes, sir. Just now we took the sample. It's been compared against Veritas blood. The initial findings show, a ninety eight percent hutch well shit. Good work, major thinks Merola. No yourself sorting. I was hilarious. It was. Should say I wanted to apologize for early for what are argument at the man who campsites. I'm always on your side Roya. Always I I it's all. Okay. I guess that's keeping it professional. We'll. The jungle I thought this is over. Covers a fair bit of the planet Colonel. But this chocolates, different everything here, seems dad. In a way he does. There's different kinds of plants curdled you planning to just the Junko for the rest of your life. It could be done. It's true. We manage to flatten the Amazon in less than ten years. What do you mean by that? Dr under nothing Colonel Elim saying is that we did it once before it could happen again. I think you could see the entrance to the caves from here. It's not. Let's make sure we stay close. Got it. Hunts here. Tough older and the vines appear to look more, tough, and leathery than the greenery in Arcadia, less leaves for sure quite. If we could manage to stop for a moment. I learned to take some samples we can hold make it quick. Of course, Majorcan what you suspended, absolutely Johnston. Keep a watch on our backs. Sir. Shut up. You damned yeti. All right, major. I think it would be best shave section and then present with a see there's any liquid substance running through. Real nice shitting his pants. We can curdle. Okay. I'll shave off a sample and you pull this app. Excellent. Go. Look this noticeable about Arkansas in this liquid that strange. Djelic really is everywhere. Indeed. Wait stop suddenly. Everything's five major. No doctor, this fine the vine. I think think it's moving. On mobile right now. Yes. Yes, it is there, there was the needle. What did you vote? Don't go. Drank cons that Beckwith sir. Ariel, stay low and get to the Cape. I'm getting ROY. The care ROY ROY off. Are you? All right. And look over there. Pot. Well kissed it off get up. We have to run. I had to get the kit. It's over. There we go. Okay. Everything. Retina the cave. Take point major. Saying that a lot today because, you know, code trade. Following. Wanted to then we have to go have no idea. What's everyone shut up. Johnson will we should get somewhere where we lay down at? Orders, major? Yes, sir. I. Dr. Thank you. Okay. Right. Yes. Yes, sir. I feel they're coming furtherance I go get me some ice. To be rid swilling it could be internal bleeding. We need to let him lie down rest. If there's Brooklyn. All right. Hayden. Useful. Yes, sir. How many rounds do you? For last time, I checked, here's another it's the last one brought with a rail gun. I'm sorry, that we haven't done a better job. I don't know if anyone really knew what to suspect the first mission here recent Dresner. It seems like we also have a lot to learn about this place. There was only one thing we're trying to learn here. Oy is if the planet is habitable. And it is, you know, I'll spare you from asking me still don't know what project habitat is president wouldn't say, xactly, what it was. And I think at this point of made some educated guesses. Okay. Will you tell me what it is ROY? It's exactly what you think it is. You're going to colonize the planet. Yes. And, and. Roy. I'm just trying to pick my words carefully. Why these past few days felt so close to even these past few hours. And I think I'm about to ruin that. What is going on ROY? Are going to breed with them. What? In the Manu humanity humanity needs to merge with other branch of humanity for genetically vitalize ation. So you're going to bring whatever is left of earth year, and just do watts force them to do what you want. No. When when we make contact with the metal cap in the map the Colonel needed deal with them. If we help them defeat their enemies than they agree to let us set up colonies, but he didn't tell them about the kitchen, edit convergent. He didn't and the great giants, the cephalopods.
"elim" Discussed on American Innovations
"Basis helped the film, run through the camera or steadily more advanced lenses didn't hurt either. By January nineteen eighty this impressive progress was at risk of grinding to a halt. They were only four months until release and critical seen wasn't working if I Elim couldn't make the sequence perfect. The Empire Strikes back would get laughed off the screen in the first thirty minutes. That's right. The problem was the movies, first clash between good, and evil. The massive confrontation between the empire and the rebellion on Hof. In the scene. The imperials towering at walkers advance on the rebels base on Hof rebel pilots, led by Luke Skywalker. Hop into the small wedge shaped fighter ships called snow speeders and swarm the imperial. Walkers, hoping to bring them down. The issue was IM could make convincing special effects in space. Thanks to the background the darkness of space this fight. However occurs during broad daylight blue sky, above and white snow below and the rebels snow. Speeders just didn't look right. Seen after seeing that's thanks to this pesky blackout line known as Matt lines. No special effects crew in history. It ever attempted to create a scene in which AFL spaceships launch into battle against a non star field. Background for good reason. How do you make black matte lines? Disappear in the background isn't black like space. After watching CNN after seen full of garish Matt lines and I'll screening room Lucas peers around slowly at the visual effects artists either side of him. There's Richard Ettlin. Brian Johnson, Bruce Nicholson, Joe Johnston, and Denis.
"elim" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Susan set this up. But of course, you know, we all remember that credit data breach back in equifax back in two thousand seventeen so people are still upset with us. Senator Elizabeth Warren a reintroduce some legislation this year, which would acquire the credit reporting agencies to pay one hundred dollars for each consumer who's personal data is compromised that probably is unlikely go anywhere since equifax would have had to pay one point five billion dollars penalty. But, you know, we'll see where that goes in Washington. At this point, though. We may see some fines, down the road with the FTC and the consumer financial protection bureau still relating to that, equifax breach almost two years ago, we don't have the financial penalties yet, and that that's still may be something on the horizon in the near future. So, you know, credit reporting does get people up in arms. But what we found out is that the complaints about credit reporting are fairly high, according to a recent survey by US Perv education fund in many of these complaints about our about mistakes. Have people are having trouble fixing their mistakes? So one resource that you do have is there. If you're having trouble getting a mistake fixed. You can report that with the consumer financial protection bureau, which is a federal watchdog agency. So that's something important to know you know, you do want to review their credit report before you apply for any loan because you would be surprised how many mistakes show up. I'm speaking with Susan's on poor personal finance columnist at the Detroit, Free Press part of the USA today network. She's written a piece about mistakes on your credit report is all this, by the way easily solved with a credit freeze. Well, I think that's important for identity purposes. You know, if you have some identity theft issues, you want to have a credit freeze, but it can't really be solved. If you're trying to get a car loan, and you have a mistake on your on your credit report, that's driving up your rate. I think if you're going out, and you're applying for a mortgage if you're applying for car loan, make sure you get your free annual credit report and try to understand what's on that report. I even before you apply for a loan. It's it sounds a little cumbersome like sound like extra work, but it does pay off in the long run to try to fix this before you need to get that loan. Ideally, they, they say you should look at these reports every year, not just when you're getting alone. But every year, of course, with identity theft, anything can happen anytime, but many people, of course, don't do that. So I think the most important thing to do is, you know, a year out if you know what you're going to be applying for mortgage or getting a new car, maybe starting to buckle down and. Do some of the things you should be doing. We're got the sense that Michigan was one of the states that makes it fairly easy to report a problem with the attorney general right right on the website, you can do it. Yeah. I think I think they're trying to get involved, especially, you know, more actively now and you can make these claims and, you know, so you can can file a complaint, but you really need to fix it. I you need to try to go directly to the agency that has the air go through the process there. And then if you're not satisfied, then file a complaint from Susan, Susan Tom poor personal finance columnist at the Detroit Free Press. Thirty minutes after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. GT G the. Rb. Elim W B there in a few, you may think that these kinds.
"elim" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"On the anniversary Saturday does this affect that. It affects it in this way affects us, and that we will look at the plans that we have in place, and we will we will work with our law enforcement partners to say. Is there something we can do enhance him? What we're putting? And I'll tell you. It was robust before it was incredibly robust. So I would imagine. Call up few more up my dears that enhances the deal more because all people come in a lot of former Elim staff responders. This is a community event. This is this is our final public remembrance twenty years later. We'll never do this again. But this important too. I think it's important honor ost that's important to curry member. Been through. The families to me. They're amazing. They resigned people the opportunity to know them and work with them and see them engaged with us and be supportive or doing. That's to me. We see it with her kids owned it. We see with struggled aftermath, twenty or slander, the families who lost someone. So it's it's Jeffco family. But. Good robust. It'll be it'll be a I think a celebration of life more than anything. But it will not be a place for those. Have some other content to be quickly find them, and we've got ways to do that too. So. In.
"elim" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Think about with your Easter Sunday plan. We will be prepared. Thank you, my friend talk to you soon. All right now. On Colorado's morning news. I'm very thankful at this threat is over and we have back to the business of warning the threat is over. However, the lessons remain eighteen year old soul pies, whose law enforcement said was infatuated with the Columbine shooting and was a credible threat against local schools is dead. And now school officials in Jefferson County getting back to work in preparing for the weekends twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine shooting. KOA NewsRadio is Connor shreve. Spoke one on one with Jefferson County school safety executive director, John McDonald? I know you've worked on the anniversary Saturday does this affect that. It affects it in in this way affects us, and that we will look at the plans that we have in place, and we will we will work with our law enforcement partners to say. Is there something we can do to enhance reporting, and I'll tell you it was robust before it was incredibly bustle. I'm would imagine the we'll call a few more up my dears that enhances because people come in a lot of former Elim staff responders. This is a community event. This is this is our final public remembrance twenty years later. We'll never do this again. But important too. I think it's important honor lost that's important to remember mentor. And honor the families to me. They're amazing. They resigned people. The opportunity to know them and work with them. And she them engaged with us and Bishop supportive horrid that's over one to me. We see it with her kids owned it. We see those struggle aftermath, twenty or slander, we see the families lost someone. So it's it's her Jeffco family. But. Be good robust. It'll be it'll be a I think a celebration of life more than anything, but it will not be a place for those. Have some other content to be quickly? We've got ways to do that too. So..
"elim" Discussed on Impact Pricing
"Pricing metric went to charge for. And it turns out this is a really important topic.
"elim" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"And when we will ignore common sense logic when they want to employ it. You know in in in so many other ways every day. But when they when they get their own issues, they just have the same logic. Well, I think that your original point is the key one. I'll give it. I'll give a medical example of how more more important is whether or not one affirms an idea, let's say Dr. In a hospital. Constantly reiterates the importance of doctors washing their hands between patients. But fails to do so on occasion. Which is dangerous clearly dangerous conduct. So we condemn him for the dangerous conduct. But he is not a threat to the health of the society in hospitals because he affirms the importance of washing hands among the staff of a hospital compare him to someone who does wash his hands. But says it's crazy we we don't need. We don't need to wash hands that often. Right. That's the far more dangerous for that's the left. The left kills the ideal. Be issue isn't what the left does as much as it is. Although it is. But what the advocate? You don't you? Don't need women to be married and have kids that's judgmental. And in the case of of the black community. It's racist to even raise that issue. That's the left position. These people who say the left intelligentsia all get married before they have kids. But if you advocate, the best is for a kid to have a mother and father, you are racist, and you are homophobic. And so on. So that's the issue with the left the killing the ideals that are the foundations of our society. Ben Shapiro on yesterday with his new book about the west being founded on Athens and Jerusalem. Reason and revelation, and they have the left is killing both Athens Andrews Elim. That's that's pretty dangerous. All right, one eight seven seven six eight seven seven.
Is the separation of church and state an impossible fiction?
"Van jealou- Kohl's more explicitly politically ambitious in the Catholic church was they want to take a more direct role in Brazilian politics. Absolutely. Evangelical have been by far more active and more proactive in seeking political influence the evangelical priests in their churches, especially those of the biggest searches in in Brazil, such as the universal church of God, the vision of cell to Hainault deals led by Juma. Do it. You must see a do also owns a very large devestation in Brazil called record TV. And he hasn't been extremely vocal. But he has given some public comments supporting Jibal so narrow the far-right candidate that ended up winning the elections now, the president of Brazil, and there are several media reports showing how even though the public indoctrination or public mention of candidates and support in the church during ceremonies themselves are quite discreet. Or sometimes completely absent on the margins of the religious ceremonies in the way that people talk and discuss with each other. They are quite suppo-. Live off. What is currently the far right movement in Brazil, the sort of tough on crime conservative in social terms. So this is a very strong movement in Brazil, and a majority of the oven Jellicoe showed support for valuable so Naro by some pulse. Seventy percent of Brazilians who identify as evangelical voted for ball Shara. What's your sense of which way round the horse in the car were there by which I mean were evangelical voting Vizcaya Bolsonaro because they think he's the guy. Always I also narrow going out of his way to convince evangelical that he's their guy. So the interesting thing is that Djabel sano is not an Jellicoe. He doesn't follow innovate Jelica religion, his Catholic. However, his wife is even Jellicoe, and he has demonstrated several policy positions and brother philosophical points that are very aligned with even Jellicoe concern. So for instance, the transfer of the Brazilian embassy from Tel Aviv to jerus-. Elim he stated publicly during the campaign than closer to the election. He showed that he wasn't sure about it. And now he continues to tiptoe on that. However, it was a point that is widely supported by even Jellico is because of their belief that the Jews should return to resume and rebuild the temple. So that the second coming of Christ would come. It's a belief that is very widespread and even Jellico community, at least in Brazil and other points such as publicly stating certainly in the past and to some extent in the present will sonata stating opposition to gay marriage to the presence of gender and sexual education in schools that even Jellicoe stink is beyond unacceptable for their ultra-orthodox views. So these points if Jellicoe symbols on auto are very well aligned there are some voices in the Jellico community that worry about the long term implications of this for the oven Jellicoe movement as a whole for its future because at the same time. That there are very comfortable alliances of positions between both scenario and the oven Jellicoe, both Renato also state some points that are quite violent and points regarding public security such as shooting to kill criminals, supporting torture of criminals, all suspected criminals, and these tend to afflict particularly the poor and particularly poor black men, which is also the constituencies the demographics that tend to be more heavily even Jellicoe. So it's not a complete harmony of thoughts. But so far the social conservatives mobile on auto and of the Jellicoe movements have become quite aligned is it a challenge for president Bolsonaro any Brazilian politician to try to manage the the expectations the hopes and the energies of of both the van calls, and the Catholic church are there points of difference between the Natale I believe that it is a challenge to acquire the politic. Support of these different communities while also attending or respecting the less conservative positions of the rest of the Brazilian population. So the reason why this balance between even Jellicoe sin Catholic hasn't been very prominent in recent years is that the Jellicoe movement has been quite divided politically. Whereas the Catholic church doesn't explicitly get involved in politics. The evangelicals have been involved, but in a very fragmented way. So they haven't really supported a single presidential candidate or a single political party. Brazil is a country with around thirty parties represented in congress, and it is very fragmented. And there are von Jellicoe, you know, in many many parties, the Workers Party that is now the main opposition the arch enemy of Bozon arrow in his right-wing movement. The work aspired self aligned itself with the evangelical during Duma Rousseff and Duma Roussev went back on some Paul. Proposals to provide sexual education gender decay shin schools because of even Jellicoe influence in true, Brazilian, political fashion. Diva Jellicoe movement has been quite versatile and adaptive in aligning itself to whoever is in power in order to increase its influence and try to block some of the moves there against its philosophy. And its main driving influences main driving voice has been against social freedom issues, abortion, gay, marriage, sexual education schools and things like that. So just as a final thought, then if as does seem to be the case Brazilian politics has become more conservative at least if we think of that phenomenon as being personified by the current president Daud extent is that being driven by religious faith. Whether it is the more, traditional Catholic, faith or the new and in a jetty evangelical faith, I think a big part of this right-wing shift of Brazil and the growing conservative. That has been demonstrated by political leaders is
"elim" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Has its place sometimes passionate energy can be more important than skill in order to convey emotion. I also think that things like superhero movies have more of an energy than skill and you seem to enjoy those for the most part, do you think that your McClatchy training is what has made you snobbish in the area of music and not in others. Thank you for. All you do can't wait to read the new book. Well, number one, go get my new book. It's great the right side of history. You can pre-order it. Now, it's coming out of the March nineteenth. But as far as skill and energy. No, I think that in movies raw skill actually is a lot better now than it was thirty years ago. Which is why movies are a lot more watchable and bad superhero movies are performed with energy. Like Justice league is a movie with energy and no skill a lot a lot of movies have energy and no skill. I don't tend to like those movies. There's a certain amount of skill even to cheesy movies that is required. Have to write a decent story. The dialogue. Can't be too dumb. The art has to be beautiful. Right. That's pretty good description. Right. There of men, but the fact is that when it comes to the replacement of skill with energy. Yes. Energy conveys energy. But it does not necessarily uplift the mind uplift the sole again. I I don't disagree that there's there's a time for energy. But I think that the dominance of energy over skill in American society has been extraordinarily bad for the arts. Daniel says if you had to pick a philosophy other than theism to adhere to which philosophy choose to be Objectivism, utilitarianism and cetera. Thanks, Shabazz Elim. Well, you know, I pick my own philosophy. And I don't really like any of the others, which is why I picked it. So it's hard to say that I'd like to see aspects of truth in Objectivism in Objectivism. I sense the, you know, the the the base guide you have Objectivism, which is that we are all driven by self interest. I think there's a lot of fruit to that. I think that Objectivism go goes overboard in the sense that it suggests that any decision you make is morally decent if it fulfils that self that self interest taking the the kind of basis of capitalism and free markets that your self interest must be traded for somebody else's self interest in order to make the world a better place through markets, and then extending that see your personal life is a really bad idea. And you're gonna have to make a lot of sacrifices, and yes that requires you to judge your own actions and the actions of others not along the pendulum of necessary self interest. But there's some good ideas and Objectivism about economics utilitarianism, I think everybody makes. Utilitarian judgments about things that they want every single day. So there are aspects of other philosophies that I think are true the reason that I'm a theorist is because I think that virtually every other philosophy has to base itself on certain fundamental premises about your -bility to choose for example, under Objectivism, it's hard to not believe in free will and be a libertarian objectives. How do you believe in free will without the idea that you have the capacity to overcome your own biological drives to do something? If you're full determinist than how do you make that case?.
"elim" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"When random worker from each, and it isn't to several other retailers that are just essentially using these like lottery types of incentives, and that really like strikes me as God and Elim here. I think that's really I think it's kind of attention grabbing. But like, I'm really surprised that that a company would say, okay. Well, we're going to use that in lieu of another wage, you know, again, he's like Amazon's hang we're going to get rid of these bonuses. Because we think that it's workers like the the certainty of having like the certainty of having higher wage. And you know, if they want they want some risk than they can go and buy a lottery ticket that are way just they really want to. And so I'm just like really interested to hear Yvonne. A lot of our behavioral compensation. Yeah. So what do you think? Well, you know, I I don't know how come and do you these these lotteries, and these these guys are, you know, they were inspired by the idea that people were overvalue small pro abilities, which is why drawn lotteries or two. I actually think to quote for these sweepstakes where with a small probability you get a big payout. And with a in most cases, you get very small payout. Actually, the the I've tried those incentives in as well. And that's not a lot of evidence actually that they substantially attract people more. So I think this is this is one one case where you know, the internal HR manager's incentive manages of leading to many books at the airport. I want to say something about the discount. That's interesting because we have to remember who are the people who do seasonal work, and they are not it identical. But they're similar to people who are near or at at at the minimum wage, and those people are very disproportionate portion of them single mothers, and for them really these discounts, very very sensible because they they need to buy a lot of stuff for the children for themselves. And so this could be just a reflection of what kind of an applicant pool they're trying to draw and as I say, you know, those those single mothers, they have this issue that well, I need the money because I actually have to buy stuff all the time. I I'm interested. Also, get your opinion. I if on an an Allen about the fact that this is all going on as we have an unemployment rate in this country of around three point seven percent. Obviously one of the lowest the we have seen. In quite some time yet, you still see the need for a lot of people to be involved in these types of jobs, and it almost makes me think on that. Even though we see the low unemployment rate because we growth has been relatively stagnant over the last few years, and it's peaked a little bit in the last few months that people still in many cases need to have that second job right now. Yeah. I mean, as you know, I'm from Europe. So I come at this little bit as an outsider or as a foreigner. Legal immigrants. But but strikes me compared compared to Europe is that, you know, they're not manatees again, you know, when just take the example of single mothers amenities on how to deal with their children. So for them, and they consider job they have to think. Well, you know, I could work, but then I have to use childcare or even the car to be able to drive to work and get it get a kit, you know, to some place where they can look after..
"elim" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Yeah. Get like, I'm not going to sit in the corner. I'm gonna come out and just throw haymakers and confused should have. But I think this is the problem with these guys twenty years later and this because there's so many people in the World Series of poker and people wanna have their story of going head to head against the pros. I think it's hard for them to win now because they don't know what anybody has. They don't know what anybody has, and people aren't playing with any discipline because they're not they're behaving differently because they want to say that they played with Bill Simmons. Right? I got involved in a hand with him. So yeah, it's become really hard for for them. Did you think rounders was going to do? Well. I never know if anything's gonna do well. I mean, I I like to think about this is one of the reason we wanted to do our history it. It was one of these slow-burn movies that the nineties had that doesn't really happen as much anymore. You're still see it sometimes like John wick. I think that was an example like it came out kind of came away and then became right a thing. But like this happened over over again. The night is happened swingers dazed and confused. Rounders was another one. It came and went. It was the first Matt, Damon post goodwill hunting movie and was gone in three weeks and then it started showing up on cable. Yeah. And then and then will then poker then Khokar started going, I really helped. I think you know when when the world poker tour and you know, you started to see people's hole cards and watch how they played and it just people. It just caught on in the game exploded after it came out. Were poker people talking to you and they did. They feel like it was their movie. What was the react? Yeah. I mean, you know, poor Sidell still is like every time I. See him. He's like, oh God, man. He's like, you killed me. Like showing the worst moment of my life. You know, it's like we were talking about. We did other watchable as we're talking about our, he's the big loser of that whole movie because he had like a top ten career GE's move. Yeah, and he's and he's and he's and he's incredibly nice guy like he's, you know, he's a guy you really root for. So now he was like, you, he? Yeah, through no fault of his own became yeah. Was the the big loser in that in that whole thing. Mike d. Yeah. What would your mindset with Mike mcdade? Because basically this guy just has a gambling problem and is full of shit, and he's got this one friend that he loves, but now you gotta take that and turn it into something. Yeah. I mean, I, I don't know. I. Because there's like a lady man, old school leading man. You got to carry this year. I have to root for Mike Mukti. Right? I think you have to believe that what was probably more the case then as you were just saying like that he was a top ten player and that that it's not gambling a Seattle back then. Right. Like there was a lot more soft money around, like people know how to play the gates like jujitsu now, like everybody in the red guard. Right? But like twenty years ago, they didn't in twenty years ago. Player of that skill level would you know actually could probably live pretty well read, you know, what do you remember from the cop? Elim Levin script? Like, do you remember thinking. This is rich in different and feels like I haven't read anything quite like this. Yeah, yeah. And I, I just remember believing all of the relationships. I love the way it. You know, the the relationship with with the worm character. It's just everyone has that friend and you're just like, fuck, you're just nothing but try. You're just nothing but trouble. You can't. You know it, but you can't the black cat in your life. Yeah. And you just see it with every decision they're gonna make. They're gonna make the wrong decision. Just like you're gonna get fucked. You're gonna get your nose is gonna get broken, like, right, you know. But Norton could do that. 'cause worm was such a scumbag he hadn't really played anybody like that guy can do anything. Yeah. I mean, he, you know, at that point he done primal fear, but the, you know, the people vs Larry Flint was, you know,.
"elim" Discussed on The Industry
"The Eddie Capra mysteries. This is any camp. He solves murders. Web. These are the people who pick the shows schedules. They work for a TV network, Elim, and sometimes they get tangled up in web, the show above making it in TV does exactly that this fall. Well, that sounds great. Doesn't it? Except it wasn't every one of those new shows NBC was touting would be off the air by January. In most cases, those shows didn't last until November. In fact, out of all the new shows NBC rolled out that fall only one different strokes, which was a replacement for the Waverly wonders would end up lasting more than one season. With the schedule in shambles by January Silverman needed something to fill in the holes in the NBC schedule and he needed it fast. And even though it wasn't supposed to be on the schedule until next year, NBC put super train on the fast track to get all the air by February. Now, if you're not familiar with what super train was about, it tells the adventures of people riding at giant luxury. Tomek powered train that would take people between New York and Los Angeles and thirty six out the show. Regulars were the people who worked on super train the conductor, the porter, the engineer, etc. But the real stories were going on with the writers of Supertramp. Each week was loaded up with guest stars who had adventures or they fell in love on their journey. And yes, there was a discotheque on board after all it was nine hundred seventy nine and super train was so disco. This was one of the three theme songs they. Used for..
YouTube shooting: Nasim Aghdam's videos central to suspected motive
"Since his inauguration last year last july trump spoke to thousands of boy scouts of their jamboree his speech there drew criticism over remarks that many called highly politicized at an august rally trump was joined by governor jim justice in huntington were justice announced he was switching from democrat to republican the president's last stop in the state was the republicans annual congressional retreat in february at the greenbrier resort which is owned by the justice family group for npr news i'm dave mitch in beckley west virginia turn that australia where the privacy commissioner is opening a formal investigation into facebook's unauthorized use of data and melbourne here's louisa limb facebook says information for more than three hundred thousand australians may have been improperly shared with the data analysis firm cambridge analytica now the acting commissioner anthony gene faulk says she'll investigative facebook breached the privacy act if so it could face fines of one point five million dollars the australians among eighty seven million people affected worldwide a facebook stralia executive william eastern admitted the company failed to meet us expectations the scandals wiped about one hundred billion dollars of facebook's market value for npr news this is louis elim in melbourne youtube is preparing to increase security at its headquarters in its offices around the world in response to this week's shooting on its san bruno california campus police say the thirty four year old woman who carried out the attack was angry about youtube decision block her videos seem ogden had accused youtube of unfairly censoring her and preventing her from earning money youtube had no comment about its decisions at the shooter protested at last check on wall street the dow jones industrial average was up nearly three hundred fifty points or one point four percent at twenty four thousand six hundred thirteen this is npr this is wnyc i'm shumita basu in new york a brooklyn congresswoman is speaking out about yesterday's police shooting of a black man thirty four year old saheed vessel was shot by nypd officers in crown heights responding to reports of a man with a gun the object he was holding was later revealed to be a metal tube congresswoman yvette clark represents most of central brooklyn including crown heights on the brian lehrer show clark said police need to be better informed about potential threats otherwise it could lead to reactionary biased behaviour somewhere along the line we've got to get to the point in.