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Los Angeles - Apple fire triggers evacuations in Riverside County

The House Whisperer

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

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.

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"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:56 min | 8 months ago

"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"The rest of it here's what's bothersome to me is really troubling, so I can't refuse to bake a cake for someone. And the government can close my business, but they can refuse to sell your book and they get to say well. That's our business. We get to run it how we want. So there's a double standard which is what's taking people off which I was talking about before you called the double standard of the elites, not following the rules, but we have to the elites getting you know their haircuts and everything else, but we don't. They get to do what they want governor. WHITMER got caught with her husband, trying to do boating and all this stuff Ralph Northam on the beach with no mask. Not Social distancing posing for photos all of that they get to do something entirely different than what they're telling us. It's a double standard in here. Again is a double standard. They can sell Mine Com folks. And they can and but not fear on masks. He's banned. That should be frightening. What would? A Bill Gates in with All of these folks are doing on the left. The folks run. Twitter in everything so so by the way you had one of the things I wanted to talk to you about which I'd seen written in one of your I. I have so many reams of paper on you, but you talked about that And Gates or fundamentally, try trying to fundamentally transform America. What did you mean by that? I'm GonNa do is when we get off here. I'M GONNA. Share a link with you, so you can get this out to your listeners. If you want to I have all cited so I. Want everybody to not trust what I'm saying. Okay, let's make sure we understand this idea. Dr Fao. She is the one who funded the Wuhan lab so Dr Vouching. Himself is the one who. Who funded the controversial Wuhan Lamb. Now that's like a pretty big stretch for me to say that encouraged listeners to look it up, but Newsweek did an article about it and that laboratory specifically does this thing called gain of function? Research will gain a function is is criticized by most scientists because it involves manipulating viruses any laboratory to explore the potential for infecting humans. Let me translate. I would go into a cave. I would wrestle I bat out of a cave. You might knock on my door and say hey, what are you? Clay are you there. Oh, I'm just taking a virus out of a bat, and trying to put it and do here. Man I mean that's crazy. I mean. What are we doing and it's being funded in Wuhan the because that kind of research gain of function research is banned in the United States. So picture this folks. The actual virus was created by the man with the by the man with the patent for the vaccine. The guy who created the problem has the cure. The guy who created the disease has the vaccine so Dr. bounty funded the creation of the Corona Virus Cove Nineteen. And he has. The vaccine teamed up with Bill Gates to do so and I have a link, so you can see how the bill and Melinda Gates. Foundation has been working with Dr for a long time and pop quiz here. bobby!.

"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:30 min | 8 months ago

"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"There signed the pledge sign up and said You you're going to attend a local house of worship, or if you're a pastor in, you're listening to this show I encourage you to join the thousands of pastors who teamed up with us from all across the country. So far pastor Brian who you heard speaking at the Romanian church, a pastor Brian. He's the head pastor senior pastor of his church. He and I have teamed up to build peaceably gathered dot com, and we have thousands of churches from all across the country that have teamed up with us to open peaceably throughout this country, and it's forcing the governor's to open up their respective states so again. If you say, what should I do, go to go to peaceably gather dot com piece, so it's A. Piece ugly P. A., C. A. L. Y. Peaceably gathered com go there today, sign up and join the thousands of churches that have already agreed to peaceably gathering to open up into into defy their local and state leaders who have who have put these unconstitutional restrictions upon them. Sign up today. Or join the millions of people who have a pledge that they are going to actually attend church themselves. You just have to be a part of this this movement. You cannot sit back and do nothing the time to do nothing is not now. Okay we we have to stand up against these unconstitutional. Rules that have been passed that are that are limiting your first amendment rights to peaceably gathered got to stand up. You've gotta say you got to be part of the solution. I remember all tyranny needs to gain a foothold for people of good conscience to remain silent. Now is not the time to be silent, nor at the time to be violent. Now's the time to get involved. Join the movement today at peaceably. Gather DOT, com? Now once we returned to Tulsa. Oklahoma from our missions trip to Chicago. We. the good folks at the Gunther. REWIND radio show reached out to me and asked if they could interview me about our experience in Chicago and any maybe traction that we had seen or experienced when we did this interview with the Gunther rewind radio show, we had not yet learned that the governor of Illinois had chosen to reverse course, and to allow people to peaceably gather at their houses of worship, but Now, without any further, do the interview on the Gunther rewind radio show. thrive time. Dot. com is the website I have for them. Thrive time, show DOT com..

"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Airwaves in the radio and all the Internet. Cold to this? No matter what caused is we need some sublime coming to stand up again. Many people believe. America still hasn't liberty. To. Win An African American Church and Mississippi has more police officer sure up to shut them down and people on the inside of the building on Easter. Our Liberty has been most. People say America. We still have liberty asam it to you. Even Rohingya Built Gospel. Wants to join together the worst of their. And blocks the streets and driveways and this spreads. Liberty has been lost. To you! We're match in Kentucky. A safe drop through. giveaway the kids give. The kids on Easter and we'd sterilize. Less than ten workers we're. We're giving them something of an angle Jesus when the Health Department Kohl's shuts down that morning, liquor storms are operating in the McDonald's is operated and the starbucks is operating. Liberty. AGO has been most. It's time for us to take our liberty back, ask. Whatever we're told to be what whenever? Off Ten percent of people in your congregation Boca Warmth, and the Woodall's and uphold the bucks more of. The churches smart enough to be safe out telling you liberty as walls. Argue, but we need a second rating we need sons of long I'm calling. I'm calling ever asked. It's not just a Christian I'm. It's a constitutional I'll call it on the religious leader its top. While still the Americo behalf. We, don't move now. We will lose our Mason I promise you. Out? This. Here's some of the fire. With today. I believe with all about heart. I'M A follower of Jesus Christ. How did you believe that Jesus is? There how thankful that he saved her solve your volume setting free and filled with the spirit and. For, you mean. We serve always cheeses. Reveals Jesus as. Is the way on the comes, take away sin of the world just a few months ago. Hawks in the garment gazillion where Jesus sweat drops suboxone. Across at the bottom of government, Casilda me, there's the kid problem valley. When they used to sacrifice animals at the top of the temple to thome for the of genes, there was a trade. That would grow a lot of the temple now. No Blood Kidron valley thousands and thousands of one ounce sacrifice Jesus, said father discount from my hand was looking at his future. In, the Gidron bomb, see Jesus. Takes Away Zen of Laurel. He Wipe. You're looking at a man who was lost. You're looking at a man who was addicted. You're looking at a man who was broken the twenty something years ago the lab. And he set me free. Set. Up this morning. He is a job sets. Jesus is allowed, but I also believe that Jesus is align. Bob says that Jesus is the line of the tribe of Judah. The Bible says. Will Return. It's proper with scripture the speed. UPS your walk down from the Mount of Olives. It'll split into. Four. Dempsey and you walk through the kid. That was covered the ball. He'll walk over the Temple Mount, and he will execute judgment uphold the nations Jesus is you. Jesus is also now a promise. You are Jesus didn't just. Placing. The two and was resurrected are Jesus is coming back? And we say come quickly Jesus come quickly. Here's what I've lived. Wisdom teaches us pass. Here's what I would. GRISSOM teaches US church. Wisdom teaches us win to be. ME. Help! Me Help. GonNa be mauled. When. But wisdom also house..

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"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"When. We are no different than any other nation on the. How are people that have lightning got this constitution? Somebody way by and somebody say Amen. Come on this is America and lightning struck now whenever we think about this lightning striking most of us about mental to Washington. President Washington. Jefferson, we think about men like Johnny Depp. We think about. But if you ask these man. Widening in the war for independence, frontier tyranny, and from Keith Jordan's and eat edicts on the American colonies, just like the video of Chicago has spoken breads against you just like that kind of activity. That's look these helping. If you were asked. Bell Bills. Who the real heroes more will the war to independence? They point to each other. BINION. The riders say they report to the Rangers other. Men. Christian Bungary in the moment men right three thousand men in California that seventeen in our churches back call Sunday regardless of our governor, says men, my seen all the nation who say they will not stand for tyranny. We will worship our freedom. You can't shut me on our houses of worship and in ops shutdown. These are songs of. The men in the first revolution for American here, the pains of men that you might have out some of them you evan both an African American students spoke out against Jeremy. In for the Reverend Samuel Cooper read. George Whitfield. Jonathan made, Reverend Absolute Jones and a lineal hands these during their day. They only.

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"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:00 min | 8 months ago

"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"It, not any government official. If the Turks could be family based, that's all the would have been established BUBBA. We cannot and should not confuse one for the other. Churches. Each family separately. But all families together. And Church. is now. A video. Of a Millennia Chris Johnson continued together in spinal rake risks of imprisonment even. This generation doesn't have the mandate north of right. To change the way basin. Of our faith, teachings of the apostles fell shipping gathering all communication at Parker. Fred. I believe in solitary. I believe in two or three gathered. I believe in a strong online presence of the church. But. Not is the replacement. Flu Regional Design. Now. L.. Lean is not only in Romanian church. is still a pentecostal terms. But the Lean Romanian Bennett Boston Church has become in the United States of America in the city of Chicago, a persecuted church. Facing threats from the city of Chicago in the State of Illinois. We will stick truth. We was banned for life. We will stand for our constitutional rights and we will not spend down. When these rights are no more. We'll still stand for the rules of men are temporary, but the will of Bob is eternal. And now I'm going to read from. The four beginning with verse twenty, four. I apply this word to our church. Situation to our country and to our world. So when they heard that they raise their voice to up with one accord and said Lord. You are Bob. Even an earth and the sea, and all that he's been. By the mouth of your servant, David said why did the nation rate nations? Rage and people walk vein things..

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"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:11 min | 8 months ago

"elim" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Been denied their first amendment rights to peaceably gather at a house of worship for over three months and so. So ellum Romanian Church has decided that they're going to open up their church. They know the data now shows that Neil, Ferguson's models that he used to predict the death of two point two million Americans from the COVID nineteen virus. We're wrong and they were super wrong, and they now also know that the number of cases and deaths have been greatly inflated due to ridiculous guidelines that were intentionally created to inflate the number of cases and. And the number of deaths related to Cova Nineteen. The pastor of Elam Romanian Church knows that there is no constitutional justification for this lockdown. There's no medical justification for this lockdown. And there is no scientific basis for this lockdown, and so he decided to stand up for his first amendment rights to peaceably gather, and what happened as a result of making this decision as a result of the pastor of Elam Romanian church, deciding to open his. His, church, the mayor of his town mayor lightfoot in Chicago has decided to threaten his church with summary Abatement well. What does summary Abatement mean? It means that if the pastor of Elim, Romanian church does, it ceased to gather his congregation peaceably on Sundays. His church could be absolutely and totally demolished. Think about that. The Mayor of Chicago is saying that if the pastor of Elam Romanian, Church doesn't cease to peaceably gather his congregation on Sundays. She is going to demolish in physically destroy his church building without process, think about the craziness of that think about the jackassery of that, and so we decided to team up with our good friends, and to go to Chicago and to show our support, and to see if we could bring some media attention to the situation. And, so we traveled up to Chicago where everyone was locked down and everyone's wearing masks. To show our support for the pastor, and so I was able to record the audio from the sermon, and I want you to hear it because the audio is absolutely powerful, but before I play the audio. For you of the the actual sermon I want you to hear the press conference that the pastor of the Romanian church and Pastor Brian Gibson held after the church service with the members of the main stream media. Where so honored to have had the faster. Of Brian Gibson from his church in Kentucky and text us with us this morning. He had any inspiring word for our congregation aware grateful to him, we bless him in the name of Jesus and the past three. If you have something to say, please yes. Hey it's an honor to get to stand with pastor Christian into stand with Ilham Romanian pentecostal church here. In Chicago, it's a travesty what's been done to these brothers and sisters by the city of Chicago by the State of Illinois. This is America they have first amendment rights in anyone that were blocked their streets. Anyone that would intimidate them. Harass them or find them for the preaching of the Gospel. It's un-american. It's unacceptable and Americans. All across the nation should rise up against this type. Type of injustice administered the Gospel around the world and the persecuted church where people fear for their lives, their buildings, their families for the preaching of the name of Jesus. That has no place in the state of Illinois. It has no place in the united. States of America. So I'm calling for every Christian every leader. I don't care if you're a Christian Jewish Moslem. It's not just a Christian issue. It's a first amendment issue. This is America and I'm telling you every day. The churches harassed. The churches are closed. A bit of liberty dies I won't encourage everybody to peaceably gathered dot Com. I want you to see what we're about. We safely insanely open up churches. You're safer in this man's church. Then you are in Walmart Costco were lows a watch. The care I watched the caution I watched. The way cares for his people pastors just like him. In America or making sure they're safe now. Why is it? The Corona virus only affects people in Church houses, but it doesn't in the grocery store whether handling produce and setting it back down because it's not about controlling the virus, it's about controlling the people. It's about a government official, saying I am the ruling caste, and you are a peasant, and that's the reason. We had a seventeen seventy six so i. I WANNA. Tell you America is great. Because America's been good as long as America blesses God God bless America. I want to ask every Christian to pray, and fast for these injustices to be over. It's an honor to be in Chicago. The things off said right now. That's all mean out on this pastor. That's pastor Brian Gibson speaking. Hey, I love you and I'm praying for this city. God bless you. You. have any questions please. New Parking restrictions this week. Not not this Sunday not this Sunday it was last week we had those posters on the.

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"elim" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

Mythical Monsters

04:23 min | 9 months ago

"elim" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

"The Napa Limb appear in far more religious texts than the two biblical monsters. We studied previously but are nevertheless shrouded in mystery and debate their first. Biblical mentioned comes in the Book of Genesis which chronicles the earliest days of creation. After Adam and Eve leave the garden of Eden it describes a period when human beings began to increase in number on the earth. It goes on to state the NEF. Elim were on the earth in those days and also afterwards when the sons of God into the daughters of humans who bore children to them. These were the heroes that were of old warriors of renown. This passage suggests that the nephew lamb were the offspring of the sons of God and the daughters of men. Exactly who each of those groups were I. Two has been the subject of debate but the dominant reading is that the sons of God are angels. The NEF Elim therefore are the offspring of angels who made it with human women the description of Neff Elim as the heroes of old warriors of renown has been interpreted as a reference to stories of ancient heroes such as Gilgamesh and Hercules in a sense the author of genesis is using the NEF Elim to explain popular Pagan mythologies folding them into their own story by linking them directly to the Hebrew God rather than denying them outright but for a more complete understanding of WHO and what the NEF Lamar we must turn to an ancient religious texts that lies outside of Biblical Canon one shrouded in his much mystery as the NEF. Elim themselves the book of Enoch dates from between three hundred and one hundred BC. It's one of many ancient texts known as biblical Apocrypha books that relate to but are not officially considered part of the Hebrew or Christian canons. Tradition states that it was written by an ancestor of Noah. It's early chapters. Offer an alternate telling of genesis focusing on a group of angels known as the watchers like much of Genesis. It's a dark violent. And often troubling tale it establishes the NEF Elim not as heroes but cursed evil beings of form of corruption so vile that they would lead God to consider the unthinkable destroying his own creation. Eden was born on the night when thunder shook the ground and lightning brought fire from the heavens to the earth. His mother is tars cries matched thunders ferocity as she begged and pleaded for him to find his way into the world. He was born upside down when his legs finally emerged. They were nearly as large as a lemon tree. Trunk is tar had screened along with her son before falling into a deep sleep. A month would pass before. She awoke even then she would never be the same as before just as Adam would never be the same as his peers from his earliest days. His incredible height made him a pariah. The villagers warned their children to steer clear of him but instead they hounded him from his earliest days. He was followed by jeers of contempt whenever he left home. Father Heyman told him to be patient with the villagers. He said that their cruelty was born of ignorance and fear. Adam was different. He had to be better. Eat them did his best but sometimes he would feel his heart fill with anger. His fists would clinch his brow. Furrow at times like this. The only thing that could calm him was his mother's voice..

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"elim" Discussed on Data Crunch

Data Crunch

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"elim" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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Is the separation of church and state an impossible fiction?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:13 min | 2 years ago

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

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"elim" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"elim" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Stuck to it or so let me give you the underneath photograph. And I want you to look at that carefully the underneath photograph shows metal support. Like, it's centered support. Yeah. That looks that Larache away support, right? Looks almost like a raft and parks there. The whole bottom of was covered with support. Why would you need breakaway support for being built in a powder bed? Right. Good question. I don't have any experience running a machine like that. So I don't know. But it's not I I would be I would be upset if I got apart from shape ways that looked like that he was not part of your design. I guess you tell them Russian, and that's they he got it there fast. Rush meant then is don't let the tell the employees not to bother taking it over to the wheel and and knocking all the crap leaning all that crap off. But what it does to us is it shows us that SLAM is not like S L S S Elim. There are centered supports in there. You could see if the picture will be up there in. Hi, rez, you zoom in real close. You'll see that. It's is obviously breakaway because it's a kind of a little tiny squares. And you could tell it. If you knock it with a wirebrush, you'll be breaking them away and clean them off a little bit of a power to power a powered wirebrush. On you'll be able to knock them all off the makes you wonder. Whoa. Wait a minute. That's kind of interesting. So the the point the another point to keep in mind is SLAM that means that's a lot of post processing labor, if they all have to be done that way. Yeah. That that would be. That's I've I've never seen on nursing something that ugly shape. So if this is the case this teaches us yet a third thing, and that's the three D printing. The large companies the three D printing companies that make these extremely expensive machines that are only sold to very very high end clients. They don't tell you the whole story. Yeah. They're holding back. Well, it's it's it's interesting that the the the printer or at least they're the product they're offering has a maximum bounding box of two fifty by two fifty by two hundred millimeters. So it sounds like it's not that big a pleasure right either that or that's just the largest piece that they can reliably print which is which is possible as well. But yeah, it's interesting. It's one of their more expensive ways to to print medal. I think it's more expensive than their than their the center. Bronze fused stainless steel, which is served their regular metal product. And so I I've never used it. Because the the they're the the regular, you know, printed metal product is is has really nicest static to it. And it's cheaper. And you get faster if you're a listener on this show, and you have hands on experience with SLAM the Aloom. Anum are. And you're hearing this checkout are photograph. If you've got an explanation, please let us know and will impart it it'd be interested to interested to hear because at least looking at the samples they're showing on their on their site. The the surface quality of them is pretty low compared to what you get from their their regular metal production. Interesting. And I guess you get I mean, you're getting pure aluminum licenses and Al aluminum alloy. Yeah. Oh, we'd have to with silicon and magnesium in it. But most most aluminum we ever encounter is is an alloy, but it's I guess it's it's more uniform than you know, like, the, you know, the the steel which is actually a lot of it is actually LeBron's as sort of like a stainless steel sponge with with bronze soaked into it, basically. But it works. Great. And it's it's a it's a very nice aesthetic and much nicer surface quality in that, it's really. Interesting. Hey, Whitney, another shows written.

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"elim" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"elim" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Saudi government official is going on the record about what happened to journalists. Jamal kashogi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, foreign Minister, Adel Al Jaber said on FOX there's a lot the country is still investigating discovered. He was killed in the consulate Tweedle. Dee. Details. We don't know where the body is many lawmakers say they're skeptical of the country's claim kashogi was killed in a fistfight Republican. Bob corker on CNN. I don't think anybody believes that story. I can understand the president wanting to keep open channels. But I think those of us who who want to speak directly to this not credible democrat, Adam Schiff on ABC. I think this ought to be a relationship altering event for the US and Saudi Arabia that we ought to suspend military sales. We ought to suspend certain security assistance, and we ought to impose sanctions on any of those that were directly involved in this murder. CBS news update, I'm Wendy Gillette. WCBS news time three thirty two. President Trump is not rolling out the welcome mat to the thousands of migrants looking to seek asylum in the US or Mexico and president vowing to seal off the border and roll out the military should the caravan push its way north BBC news correspondent Elim Elim. Mac muehle. Is near the heartache on Mexico's border with water Malla where thousands are considering taking a raft or boat to a better life having left Honduras more than a week ago tried to cross Guatemala and overwhelmed local security forces there up to four thousand people were stuck on a bridge with the Mexican border gates firmly. Shut Sahib remain on the bridge having made makeshift places to sleep and being supported by aid agencies. But hundreds decided they could no longer wait taking rafts and boats to cross the river into Mexico illegally caravans numbers swelled overnight to an estimated five thousand President Trump says he'll pull the US out of a decades old nuclear weapons agreement with Russia telling supporters prevents the us from developing new weapons and that Russia has been violating it anyway. Under the nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. Neither country can possess producer tests. Fly ground launched cruise missile with a range of three hundred thirty four hundred miles. Daryl Kimball is. Executive director of the Arms Control Association. He says while the president's concerns are legit. Here's plan could backfire the existing constraints on u s and Russian deployment of these intermediate range systems could very soon be gone. So Russia could expand the relatively small number of these noncompliant missiles in much greater numbers. Meanwhile, the United States does not have any ground launched cruise missile for deployment at all..

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"elim" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"elim" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So I'm an independent voter have been for decades and I'm gonna dejected as I do both vote in both parties. And I don't think that Nikki Haley came out of this on Kaethe. I think her positions on Paris, Deruz Elim and pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal are all major fumbles on her part. I realized that those were positions of the president's she is representing, but those are not successes. And I definitely see us as a country having fallen greatly down and scale of respect around the world. I think supporting an apartheid state in Israel is gonna be go down in history as a major as a major flaw to what she thinks her successes. I would love to have seen her really stand up to the president, but I don't think she would have maintained her position. And I do think she. Just pandering to whatever her next political goal is. Frida. Thank you so much for your call. James Stavridis. Let me turn back to you here because you heard free to their, especially talking about Nikki Haley is very hard line on on US support for Israel. There your response to her. I agree with her view that Nikki Haley, as I said, we'll have to answer for some of these positions, and I think Freda correctly calls up several of them as well as the one that that I mentioned, which really stands out for me is the Paris accord. But I agree with her on the other two issues as well. And as always an ambassador is required to represent the position of the president that's for whom she works directly. She is a cabinet level official. However, when she hits a position where her conscience doesn't agree with it, then she's required to either step back resign or move out. So. I think that as predispo- she'll have to answer for the position she took. But on the other hand, I don't think we should lose sight of the fact that she took some very strong and positive positions that I think will be in her credit. So like every official who's been in these jobs in these are difficult exhausting positions, having held a couple of them on the military side. You come away with a mixed with a mixed record, but I suspect her timing is smart. She's getting out at a a logical moment. And I think the more interesting question frankly, at this point is in the immediate future is who's going to replace her and what that say about foreign policy. Do we have any insights on on names or who who that person might be a couple of names floating around. The president has said that he'd be looking at Dina Powell who is a senior official in the national Security Council up until recently. She had previously been. Considered a candidate both for that position, but also the top US political position within the UN sort of hierarchy. And she turned that down apparently. So she's in play. There's been some discussion of Rick Grenell is the US ambassador to Germany right now very much a Trump loyalist, very close to John Bolton. They had both served together in New York at the UN years ago. He would be someone who I think would would be more inclined to to, you know, to stay much more closely to the White House line than I think I think Haley acted more is a filter, and I don't see Rick really playing that kind of role sort of balancing role. And so those those are two of the candidates that kind of had been play. There could see. Let me add to other names that I've heard that I think are both interesting in the context of as com says, what do we learn about where foreign policy is going? One is Kay Bailey Hutchison who's our current ambassador to NATO in his, I would say more out of the moderate Dina Powell Vonk Jared side of things, former Senator from Texas. Another name more aligned very strongly with John Bolton is the current deputy national security adviser mirror Rijkaard del. So in addition to the two that that column throughout, I think those two are on the table. I do think he will push to put a woman in that position to try and play off and against the debacle of last week with with Justice. Kavanagh's confirmation, Teamster redesigned comb Lynch on on the note that you were just talking about who might replace a ambassador Haley. We've got comments coming in on our website..

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"elim" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"elim" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"elim" Discussed on Israel Story

"And it became the song of everybody everybody among the thousands of reservists waiting around for war to break out was a twenty five year old paratrooper called malian here's his widow til tsa didn't stop putting djilas elam of girl those god was elim of goal you can eat anything else in the of this made was from kibbutz mich more near pasana just another boy born on the kibbutz but i still driver in the few weeks earlier on a saturday afternoon he had been called up for reserve duty i just remember it was just another day and everybody jumped to the uniform and men may didn't have a baby at and males parents came to our parliament and i wanted them to leave i wanted mayor to myself i had to try to have a baby before it's going to the ball i cannot lose him and he's looking is looking for something like you can never meet in this world maybe there is some few that look not bad but for me it was everything money can buy okay i think i was a coin of beauty and he was the king david says what i have to say what was the question when the war broke out on june fifth nineteen sixty seven males brigade had a historic task main was some hun but i should he was fighting in jerusalem made participated in the battle of i mean it should hill in which thirty six of his fellow paratroopers were killed.

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"elim" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"elim" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Charlotte at six i'm mark garrison good evening live from raleigh i am in the legislative building where it was teeming with activity earlier today but it's pretty empty now we we had quite a historic day here in north carolina dozens of school systems shut down from charlotte to the eastern part of the state as teachers turned into protesters about nineteen thousand teachers were told converged on the legislative building here in raleigh the goal of course try a little arm twisting of lawmakers to raise teacher pay and to spend more money overall on education it was quite a day is you'll hear as it turns out it was a political education for the teachers where you going it was a new experience hundreds of teachers not sure where they were going to go up to political newbies and bright red shirts roaming the halls of the legislature and their message was simple we need a wraith we're fighting for funding for education in north carolina teacher nancy elim arolla says she is underpaid and overworked and wants lawmakers to know it twenty two students in my class and no assistance all day long the republican led legislature says teacher pay is up in north carolina to an average of fifty one thousand a year but a lot of teachers i talked to like lenzing arnold make way less less than forty thousand like way less than forty thousand i mean every teacher i know has to have at least two jobs the fact that we have to go home and then go waitress on weekends to pay bills is unacceptable and we're still at school till six o'clock every night china things done i as they roam the halls here teachers had no trouble finding sympathetic democrats to talk to like representative mary bell of charlotte i am so excited that they're here today belco thinks the republican majority will take notice of all of this today even though the budget is already set we're laying the groundwork they have been listening and you can't help does make an impact as for republican lawmakers they were scarce this teacher from monroe looked for some to talk to hadn't seen any you haven't talked to any republican now some republicans put what they called truth posters on their doors saying the average raise for teachers in.

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"elim" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"elim" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Coolidge misses first lady i want you to beat my rooster he is a prize rooster he can copulate over one hundred times a day with a twitch point mrs coolidge says please be sure to point that out to mr coolidge the president would make him make note of such and so now they move on they go on their way and then the president comes around now the farmers a little more coys a little bit wants to present him as rooster but he's elim paris after what mrs coolidge said so he said mr president mrs coolidge that i should point out you are prize rooster and mentioned to you specifically that he's able to copulate over one hundred times a day which point the president mealy rejoined heard with the same chicken no one hundred different chickens so meeting that we have the ability to recoup and so to intensify our sexual desire with new objects agree yeah so i tell it okay no you're looking chill colline jumped on the punchline almost eighty fast like really jumped is a little bead in between but good exactly as i remember you tell always a six never die but my yeah speaking coolidge and then presidents and then i was thinking about founding fathers and i was thinking about the war on the founding fathers and general just two general war in the past and everybody needs to come down and bubba blah here's this interesting thought which is it's not only a war.

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"elim" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"elim" Discussed on KQED Radio

"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 return 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 fan cambridge analytica now the acting commissioner answering folk says she'll investigative facebook breach 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 australia executive william eastern admitted the company failed to meet user expectations the scandals wiped about a 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 a block her videos seem dumb had accused youtube of unfairly censoring her and preventing her from earning money you 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 from k q e d news i'm brian watt san francisco general hospital announced this morning that the last remaining patient there who was shot in injured during tuesday's attack at youtube san bruno headquarters has been upgraded to fair condition to others were released on tuesday night the woman behind the.

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YouTube shooting: Nasim Aghdam's videos central to suspected motive

Midday on WNYC

02:30 min | 3 years ago

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.

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