25 Burst results for "Every Single Detail"
"every single detail" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Is on the Fred Show. So R. Kelly has been on trial for racketeering, sex trafficking and other awful like unthinkable things I've spent. I spared a lot of the details because it's been really upsetting to read and I don't know that we need every single detail. But I thought that this latest bit of info was of notes, so he famously married late singer Aaliyah. Back in 94 when she was just 15 years old, his former tour manager who was his manager during that time. Um, was forced to testify on Friday and revealed that R. Kelly had actually gotten the Lia pregnant, which is what led to the marriage. So I never knew that I don't know if anyone else did. This was news to me. He even went as far as getting her a fake license so they could get married since Remember, she was 15 years old. He also wrote a song for her called age Ain't Nothing but a number which makes me sick even listen to so Yeah, I did not know that she was pregnant, and this has got to be really hard for her family to relive. Not only have they Lost her, but they have to hear her name in the press. So you know prayers to her family, obviously, but I thought that was interesting, and he's a terrible human. Um, Chicago's very own. Reverend Jesse Jackson and his wife, Jacqueline, are both in the hospital after testing positive for Covid. The couple is currently being treated at Northwestern Memorial Hospital here in Chicago, and doctors are currently monitoring their condition. We wish them a speedy recovery, Paulina Rubio and I And Joffrey had the weird experience with him. One time he was at the station, and he just walked right in while we were recording a podcast and, like, kind of said Hi to all of us here at dusk is falling on the cheek and left like there wasn't really much that happened, but wow, it was. It was quite the we might have the audio. We were like what? It was definitely experienced. Yeah, it was an experience. He's been going to hang around the holes. Can we circle back to him? Kissing Pauline on that? She was really did.
"every single detail" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"And it's driving me fucking nuts. Sometimes just having to make her manager every single detail. And i think for me the way i frame. It is more intense analogy. You said okay. I have availability. Be intentional about what i eat. Or how i train these things and then being okay that there is uncontrollable times sort of surrendering to that. But being able to dance with that unpredictability. i think when trying to control uncontrollable things is where it gets really challenging. I think having that nuance that understanding around. Oh there's i mean. I can be intentional about control everything but it's the difference between i can sort of guide. Experiences is not as helped me at least loosen up quite a bit. It's a great way of putting. He says i use an example. You go to the gym all the time. There's there's fifty ways to do an exercise and a personal beyond a piece of equipment and only a standard until you get off the equipment that i have to use. I have to use that. I have to use that piece of equipment of i. If i'm gonna work might have to have the bench price while there's forty other exercises you can do to work. Work work work contest area but people are just like this is. This is what i had this. This is what i have to do. Because that's the area they they they think control the controlling it and they don't like well. This situation isn't it's its uncontrollables. Let me go do something else instead of freezing it. How do you respond to the things in life. Was that again. How do you respond to some of the uncontrolled things in life. You don't want. I'm kind of i kind.
"every single detail" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Women think about all of those things in a therapist might help our to see things from a different point of view and understand that it was in no way at all her fault and another thing you should encourage to do is write everything down that way. She can remember every single detail. In case. there's an instance where she does decide that she wants to go to the police report. This show have all of that information. Speaking to a counselor speaking to therapist that can help our see things. Who's an expert from a different point of view. I think would be one of the most helpful things you can do. Because again you want to be there to support and comfort her. You want her to be able to trust you but you don't wanna make her feel ashamed or have any type of judgment on whatever. Her decision is and i Attract some of those things are. But i think the problem arose where she didn't want to big demise of the victim and it was kind of hard for her to grasp the concept of what happened And we have the conversation to it was kind of she was kind of in. Denial may best of a problem. Now we will run into. But and she says survive and she's a survivor. We like to say survivor. So not a victim but she survived this and we want her to continue to thrive and to actually deal with whatever she might be feeling with that and that might be something that she needs to talk to somebody about again if right now. She's not ready to go to the police. I would encourage it to speak to someone and even you can call right because then they might be able to give you the tools that you would need to be able to talk to your girlfriend to better be able to help her because that's a traumatic experience. You don't even know how this might affect her later. But you want her to be able to have whatever options available to her in case she needs those. I love you guys. Let me let wanted to thank you again so much. All right thank you and we commend you and appreciate you for being such a support to your girlfriend at a time like this. Got be okay. You to ask ye. That's tough all right. Eight hundred five five zero five one now. We got rooms with way now. Imagine that your house is so huge. You didn't even know you had a tennis court until quarantine will tell you who had.
"every single detail" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne
"Deal with my fears. She puts in parentheses of rejection being taken advantage of etc. I constantly keep my guard up and do not get vulnerable to any one. It has gotten to the point that i cannot build strong relationships because i'm just unable to express my feelings when around other people. I put on a funny likeable and chill persona but on the inside. I'm always extremely hyper alert. Anxious i notice. She puts in all caps every single detail around me at all times. Sometimes they love this about myself. I feel like. I have a special superpower of being able to recognize everything. That's going on around me. My alertness allows me to be one step ahead of everyone and protect myself from threats but it also turns into a nagging obsession with spiraling thoughts. I constantly am in the past or in the future thinking about the hypothetical. Worst case scenario or feeling guilt for saying something stupid. The anxiety is pretty hard for me to deal with sometimes. But i have trouble opening up about it to people. My family and friends hardly know this side of me as they constantly only see the humorous and laid back persona that i put on. I want to work on expressing my feelings with other people. But i don't know how to gather up the courage and the trust i know that not everyone can relate to these feelings but i hope some of the listeners. On this podcast can and philistine. Thank you and i love you. Girls anonymous oh love that. that's incredible. Yeah i would agree. I feel like. I'm gonna go from a personal standpoint because i do go to six when i am in like an unhealthy state. I feel like i can. It's so weird. I feel like i'm to people sometimes. I can be very outgoing when i'm comfortable Like i can be like the center of the crowd. I can be. I can host if i feel comfortable with someone. I'm funny. I'm like confident and i'm this person that i love but if i am not in a healthy place i'm questioning everything about myself. I'm questioning what they think about me. A lot and i'm unable to be outgoing literally been in situations. It's and it's hard. Because i am more of an outgoing person. I've been in situations where..
"every single detail" Discussed on The Read
"Would say. Oh yes to relatable. Yeah it does. Gee what was i thinking. He was already really big artists. I was still underground child. Use to be bugging. I was under so much pressure to deliver my bad babe. Allah have nothing but respect talent. And thank you for clearing. Go hard for. Beam me up scotty. Last month listening to you over and over on that record taught me so much about the background vocals vocals. On that song alone are goaded for life. I listened to every single detail at team. I just love t. Pain is getting flowers. I really appreciate that. I think that he deserves it. He part stays out of the way. He's relatively freethinking and not too much buckner from my perspective. I could be wrong And he's always giving us a really fun conceptualize records but then how you know these delectable harmonies and and things on auto tune or not and so the music has always been fun. And i feel like even though niggers clowned attitude for a while like there was a solid stretch. While y'all acting like t pain was transferred like the. She still goes off. So yeah i'm glad to see him still getting like recognition for his talent and the things that he's done. I feel like somewhere vaguely in the met in the back of my mind is like he says something about kobe and fake or something like that. But i'm going to leave that alone. I would just leave that alone. And say that i appreciate nikki for first of all being fucking real about the fact that she was like. I don't remember but it do. I'm not even going to can't swear that. I didn't say moore also. Yeah just showing that Attention to detail. I guess i didn't even really really realize that Kaie and t pain had the clear that sample for the mix tape roundabout till mentioned right. So you know just the the artistry jump right on the out in the musician's chip on display. I like to see it. I would not mind collaboration hall. The same folks like one right now. Why the fuck not to assign. I mean yeah maybe would've back then. Perhaps i mean you never know. I don't know that was say that. But i would listen to. They were both kind of like peak. What he paying giving tonight feel like two thousand. Seven is pretty early super early for nikki though. That was like the beginning right right. That was like baby. Nikki so I don't yeah. I don't know part of me feels like i may have preferred whatever they came together and may back being over whenever could possibly come out now but like i said it's not like i wouldn't listen to it. If you told me it was coming out. i would try it so my likey. Well megan thee. Stallion are better yet. A tina snow has returned. The mention record and video thought shit is now out and available on youtube number one shredding on the platform i think twitter's while Yeah a lot of people discussing video which is basically features a bunch of but sheiks and megan and then like this concept of dirty weasley wrinkle white politicians that condemn women on their sexuality. I was actually video. Made me uncomfortable Due to some of the the skin but not from any of the women. I didn't care to see a naked white man in his tiny wide. He's running around for two months of that. Yeah i don't care what y'all want us to use whatever the fuck he wants about anybody here and i didn't like it didn't like it. There's something about like even this opposite video like when the very clearly racist annoying misogynistic politicians on buttoning his pants. As if he's about to like jack off in his office oilers. I guess i was immediately like. I don't know.
"every single detail" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Shot. It takes momentum. Get through the playoffs. It takes everything to capture title goodyear. More jim you laughing do what good day. It probably want. Good drill him now he they know what this is. We just talk about aaron rodgers every single day and that's something that people out there needs to know every single detail that comes out of that camp including jordan love. We'll be national news. I can hear. can't he. is the question that everybody's heidi jordan love. Let's bring in louis riddick now. Espn monday night. Football analysts on the goodyear hotline. Good morning so so we're we're making a big deal about it. Reported always make a big deal about a mini camp performance. But in your is your s estimation is. This was that an important day for jordan love in the packers or do we need to see clue you see more but are we making too much of it i guess. Of course we make too much. I mean but it's better to have. It's have days like this than to not. I mean it'd be even bigger news if we were reporting that jordan love looks terrible jordan. Love can't command the huddle jordan. Love can't recall. What would matt leflore is telling them in his headset in. Lebanon lebanon situation jordan. Love don't interceptions jordan. Love looks in accurate. Then we'd have a real big problem so of course they wanna stack good days. Everybody wants to stack good days especially in a situation like this where he's replacing. Potentially a living legend up there who right now is trolling. His team in basically basically has his team running around constantly having to answer for an account for why. He's not there why he's ticked off while he doesn't wanna show up in this young man jordan. Love kind of caught in the crossfire and there are knows that. I think it's cool. That aaron is kind of said. Hey look this is not jordan lows fall and he should not have to bear the brunt of what's going on between he and the packers but unfortunately that's where he's at and with that comes hyper scrutiny with every throw whether it be individual whether it be seven on seven. We're whether it be inside skelly where he's throwing the running backs and tight ends team. He's he's gonna have everything hyper analyzed. It's good though to hear that. Even the kid himself felt good yesterday and started to click a little bit in the context of this offense. That's always good lewis. We've seen these things in the league for a long time you've been obviously in the personnel side when a player leaks out that he doesn't want to be part of an organization any more. What are the chances that aaron rodgers played for the green bay packers this season. Honestly i mean no one will not i don't i don't know erin personally. But knowing what others have said about him and what his track record has been as far as when he becomes convicted about something. I would say that if it's left up to him. The chances are slim and none. I'm gonna take him at his word for it. But i i would just say this though from the management side of things. Because we've all we've talked about it. A lot from errands side of things and i understand that i get that i get kind of what he the message that he's trying to get across this football team. But if you're the packers right now i wouldn't say a word if i was sitting there in the front office of them and i had already created this situation i would have said my piece tried to go ahead and say look. I acknowledged the fact that you may not like how we do business. I'm going to need to be better. With how i communicate with players. Not just you but other veterans that have come through here that maybe i didn't communicate with and handle their departure here in the way that makes people understand that i do understand that it's relationship business. I would have done that but number nine. And i would have tried to convince them that. Look maybe we miss evaluated where you're at in your career. I would have done all that. But now i would just sit back and wait because i don't have to do anything as a general manager as and as a president if he doesn't wanna play here then that's on him. But i wouldn't have to do anything because i'm gonna now valuate my quarterback in these these mini camps. I'm going to evaluate him once. Training camp starts. I'm going to have him play in. Preseason games and quite honestly. I don't need to see anything from erin. I know what he brings to the table really the next inflection. Point for me is the beginning of the regular because then let's put it this way the beginning of training camp next inflection point. Because that's when eric and start accruing some huge fines in addition to the fines that he could potentially be facing right now from missing. Mandatory minicamp then comes training. Camp then comes the beginning of the season then comes the trade deadline those are the inflection points. We need to look at right now as it relates to aaron and the packers and how serious aaron really is is he willing to miss training camp all of training camp the beginning of the season. He's thirty seven years old. This is a guy right now really. He's already so them that he's in the prime of his career. Right now you're the renting. Mvp you're in the prime of your career. Is he willing to waste any days any games any years at this point in his career. So if you're the packers and you're looking at it from a from a management standpoint from a strategic standpoint you just sit and wait because there's no way you can win and really recoup maximum value or fair value for a guy his caliber at this point. There's no way you can so you need to really just sit and wait..
"every single detail" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!
"Right like we do not know every single detail of every single moment right and you making a snap like shitty comment or sending a bunch of hate. Direct messages is bad for dogs in the dog community at large right. I think that that was something that was just so evident with what happened with the influence or who have euthanize. Her dog is that like man. People were mean oh they were running threats. Which like if you really watched their video like they they okay. They might have not done everything but they tried to. Contact someplace to rehome. Reputa- reputable million society they. The dog had issues for a long time. It's not like this was his first issue. Could they have managed him with the child better. Probably but a people don't realize is a lot of dog owners or not dog instagram owners. Like they are not the people that we all follow on instagram. That are training in doing this and know everything about dog behavior. The average dog owner does not know the difference between like a hard stare in like a whale or like of thing. Like there's yes. There's such like i think. Indifference difference of level of education. That we could be doing instead of just going. They don't know what they're doing when they knew that dog for nine years now and you bring up a good point because like you know and most of the people listening you all are like the ninety nine th percentile of guardians. Because you're listening to us right now but like that. That isn't the norm. And not that makes the normal dog guardian bat. It just makes them less equipped to be successful with the dog who is capable of causing serious harm to other beings and you know that's something to that like as a professional right like i probably was the most qualified person to foster hilo. I probably was right. I had a ton of experience with aggression. I had a huge support network. We made a lot of progress with a lot of behavior modification..
"every single detail" Discussed on The Collected Podcast
"Then even to looking back looking over the course of my life in seeing where god has shown up in like he oftentimes shows up in ways that we don't but we wouldn't have ever been able to see Had it not been for our pain. Yeah that's good. So for instance. My when i was going through my divorce my dad. My stepdad was a huge pillar. For me and part of the reasons was that he had been married three times before he met my mom and he wasn't a believer. He became a believer in his third marriage And their faith differences and morals and everything related thing that just kind of rip them apart and so he just went through horrible horrible divorce and thankfully like my divorce was not as dramatic but The reasons kind of a little thing nuances of his situation were relatable to my own so to even go through something so painful into have my dad the one who flew down with here with me and talked with me and he could relate with me. There was never any judgment or shame. Like he just empathize with me. And i had this author moment. Where like it's so mcneil motion but like knowing that like god prepared that in like he went before me twenty years ago you know and use like even my dad like most horrible heartbreaking moments for me for my encouragement and it's just like god uses every single detail you know if we can lay aside like there's there's a balance right of like being honest with where you're at and like going to the lord and lamenting the tang like this is not the way it's supposed to be because that's true you know this. This isn't the way god intended for it to be. But if we can set aside the expectation or the correlation that bad things means god's bad or that he's angry at me or that like he's not good. those two are not completely connected. Bad things happen. People make choices wife happens but god is still rate like. He's still who he says he is. He is still good. He is still faithful. So if those things are true been wears that thread that connects them to make it make sense. And sometimes we don't always find that thread But thankfully for my situations. I have been able to to see those moments to see like okay. God if you are still good and if you are still who you say you are than how can that still be true. If this situation doesn't work out the way that i wanted to you know and i dealt with a lot of anxiety last year in just really struggled with like just so much anxiety. I'm sure a lot of the world can relate with twenty twenty But just different relationships. In situation i would just get so in my head..
"every single detail" Discussed on Dear Writer
"Come out in any of the to plans lighter so it'd be kind of interesting kind of refer to the information but they're all from simon's perspective so my someone directionally tells him what happened which might be a bit weird given. It was sort of secret crush. It in this chapter which i think works but now the next half of the chapter is supposed to be at a at a sacrifice. So i think. I'm going to be with sarah is stuck or while longer Research it is kind of fun but it just. Sometimes you get a little bit stuck. I think at least. I all of my chapters except one have been in the passer the sort of mundane stuff. Now i can write a low quicker like the start of this chapter. Just because i don't have to research every single detail anymore. I kind of remember some of it. So ends up being okay and i had at least already had an i will cause identical the races for what courtyards looks like for the previous chapter. He isn't a courtyard. I know this. I know cool. Yeah look like so. That was okay. But other than that. Sarah and i had a beta rita's get back to us or beta retail for our team fiction series. Which was very exciting. Yes and they pointed out something like yeah. They're probably right. Which linked to us basically creating an anti will. The character was already there but she was just like kind of in the background and now and now we have added chapters from perspective but we decided that we had to add throughout the book. You can't just add like one the and so now. We have four more chapters stretch of that book and a whole new character. Yeah so that's exciting not anticipated but it's really kind of like what i was saying before how you come up with an idea. I think comment was something like. I wish we had more time. In whatever location yes and then you're like me you're right and it seems like a simple sexy who just add a chapter maybe somewhere and then you know we talked about it or oh that doesn't really wack. How can we add more time. And then ends up kind of stumbling. I think this is definitely the right choice though. Yeah definitely and that was everything. Not the beta. Rita said she did suggest adding another character in. We've had suggests this before in the past with a different book. Kind of like m- or not at that point but this time we were like actually that's a potential Six for what we want to do. And so yeah. It's gonna be quite a full book lot going on. Oh my goodness yes. I end up being quite long as well. I think yeah just for the listeners. Darkness status free that we're talking not so the did not series very exciting. The currently comes in at over one hundred thousand words already doesn't i think it was about ninety eight on any. Oh that's okay. Well yeah so. I think it's gonna be around one hundred fifteen hundred twelve hundred and ten Tan i think i think we might struggle to make them extra like i think we'll hit three thousand words likely for each one..
"every single detail" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"I posted my first video and by the end of the day i had almost forty thousand dollars and like the first video several million views and stuff but people were calling me a scam and like getting hundreds and hundreds of messages foreing inboxes with questions in and like unbelievable because i just put out this teaser. Whereas like hi. This is my company because of covid. We're going to record this show remotely so we're going to open it up to wherever you are here on tiktok. You know you can audition. But i didn't like give every single detail to be had because it was just kind of like here's like an introductory pro video and i did not expect to blow up it just just exploded you know. And just like hundreds of hundreds of hundred people trying to figure out information sitting with their demos in all of this stuff internal be great experience. We have the show cast doubts the cast yet But yeah so. I can't wait for the castles to come out. I have a great group of people in taxi. Were like in a group chat and we're talking about hamilton. By when i got on the phone with you guys so love love love. This group doesn't even turn. She didn't show with me before the tiktok went. I actually went out to nashville. Flew to nashville to work with her. Because that's where she lives now in. She did a show from germany called. Hug me in. So i still have the trailer for that up on. You know our company youtube channel. So yes she's she's so fantastic to work with and she's done other dub staff. She did a show called spirited away which. We're never been in two thousand. Three's or to consider an anime classic. Yes so she did that. And it's really interesting because i didn't realize this. She graduated with a degree in mathematics. Well cash also has master's degrees in mathematics. Mrs kasha davis. There's always time for cocktail mathematics. Cash the musician has a master's degree in mathematics. And like you don't have to do any of that like she could get a very good paying job at teaching university. That's why she adds the dollar symbol in there because she's honey honey but yeah. It was so interesting talking to her because a lot of actors don't like doing double work because you are trying to act and match it to existing animation. So you don't have as much freedom you're trying to match the mouth slap or even just like time wise but she's like you have no idea this like merges my left brain in my right brain and just lights it up and i love to do like the timing and the mathematics and the you know she would also be able to act and she just. It's really interesting to watch her process and stuff. She's so nice. I was so scared to work with her. Because i was like talk to on disney show like she was super nice but what if it was just like the chemistry person that she's just like scary dating right right right.
"every single detail" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"This. Yeah he looks like he had fun. There was actual chemistry between the two But he's there to pretty much have do terrorists. You know move And kill lots of people because his boss is also kristen leg and she is she used to live there and she got tortured. It'd be as as a kid because she's so pale and so she wants to get her revenge And yeah it is hacky is wacky but it is a lot of fun Giggling a lot. You know this is just It's just kristen. Wiig and anti moral having a great time and we believe it. We bought it. There's a scene where Barb goes wah on this walking date with edgar cameos. I'm like why go and we can't do this to start. I'm going to leave. And then star goes and has the exact same date the exact thing conversation. It was killing me this is. This is a fun movie. I mean they wrote it just to be down in philly. There's a lot of cameos. You know read mcintyre. Maybe morgan freeman. Or wayne's juniors hilarious stu got so silly and stupid like. He's trying to be inconspicuous about everything but he gives away every single detail about his way. It's just stupid and fun you know it. it's no wrong messy but are they twenty dollars for all right okay. Well i guess the must watch watch. I'll give it a solid good. It was a good time to. And i'm sure for you. Cutty like for three movies. You know 'cause. I had a good time in my day with. This is what i like. It was it was because you know. I started my morning out. Even though as an enthralling film you know kind of a downer movie kind of makeshift as chase says the kind depresses you a little bit about still dealing with these issues forty years let forty fifty years later and then you know you get a get a romcom. That's for an audience about twenty years younger than me. So yeah there's so yeah. This is a good way to like. Oh yeah now just just take your mind off things and it's not like dick huemer either. You know it or not even really raunchy. There's only like a really. I think there's only like one joke in there. That's kind of dirty..
"every single detail" Discussed on Whispering Huntys
"Way and then just going back to the same old shit. I do have to say one thing. If these don't go home. And look up. Discount and figure out between donna. Summer and diana ross and how dare candy say the differences that one of them is dead. I know i will like. I will throw my microphone out the window. I mean that's that's a weird threat but like honestly honestly and like it's not even like you need to know the different. It's not even you need to know every single detail honestly like for many years. I could never even place donna summer. Because she's such a chameleon like singer like her vocal chops are so incredible that she has this beautiful effortless soprano and then she can also belt and her voice is almost colorless like. I don't always think that. I don't always listen to donna. Something that has a black voice because she's such a theatrical singer. Has this beautiful full voice. And i didn't even realize that one of the songs that are super famous but she's super famous for is a duet with her and barbara streisand. If you if you really compare if you want to understand what type of singer she is. She's barbra streisand but black and only be a good like these are the. This is the level of musician. The quintessential donna. Summer song is. Of course. I feel love and like and that revolutionized disco like it before that disco was like live bands. Like you could see like like like. I love with sin heavy but you don't get any of her singing chops in i love. It's all and like so. I think people think that to who don't osama waza a vocalist and don't think about her in enough is enough doubt. Powerhouse of avoid enough is enough is enough. That's the song i was thinking that barbra streisand and okay. But also i mean the thing that the thing that i always find surprising if the donna summer is that singer who you know like her whole catalog. But you don't know that it's donna summer so like last dance which people play it. Proms and weddings and blah blah blah. You get the same kind of effortless brassiness. Andy you bambi. Like i mean and god if you if you can sit and through all of last dance and not dance and like boogie down your dead on the inside. I have to say it falls in the pug. Yes yes this is becoming some stand now. You have to standard. But also we all have to stand diana ross. She's amazing and she we invented. Diana ross is like this year of black people. She reinvented herself so many times in her sound and everything and you know and then their other stars into insult bester thank god. We had a moment faster. I just say. I thought it was really strange that the one route diana ross reference. That candy could pull out was mahogany teams like really obscure the because it's referenced so much on drag race problem like ru said like mahogany and it's been in things and not the ways something the supremes like. Yeah simone literally. Did diana ross. The week before on the runway as the bags like already. Very dana's my god. It just feels like this is what happens with like different generations of of of where people like we. We lose the reverence for the stars that people now and everyone has different a diva for every ten years. And so we're not always going to know these things. I didn't know a lot about share. I'm a black person like sorry like she wasn't all that for like mike people as i've gotten older when i look up share and i see the things that stood for and i've seen like the chameleon like nature for character. I very quickly took to share. You know and there's a share for every minute of the day you're and century so like you know. I may not have known share but i don't think that i don't think i don't think that like stopped me from being curious about chair or like understanding that i should treat her with some sort of reverence like i may have not gotten the wagon wheel with choosy reference. But i knew that it was like. That's something i should know. Damn look out. You know what i mean. They were just like dumb founded like like. I don't like i'm not a fan of punk music. But i know who the clash. Aw and i know. And i know like i make. I've looked into punk is such a movement. The i've looked into enough. That i know i don't like it but and i feel like some of the younger queens that you have in today's Drag rice who like have are only doing drag because drag race existed when they were like a child. Yeah yeah i know. And then their references or drag race references instead of the references. The drag races referencing and they have to actually close in snatch game that you can no longer do drag race contestants as your screen. A lot of these goals like to coming through like would doing their audition tapes of a drag race goals as characters. And it's like no like you need wider references. Well it's a drag is a commentary on like you know popular popular culture if you do a commentary on a commentary. There's almost nothing left to comment on. That's what happened with trixie mattel. Who paul in front every ball. That was smart. It still amazes me for drag queens to not have any idea disco is like i don't know how old you too but ira said an age where we remember drag before drag race fess stuff and like then you have to have references like you have like you you you drag queens work culture and you know that stuff so i think now in a in a post dragway world echelon of being dragged a dry clean is getting onto drag race so you study drag as a as a medium in through the lens of what do i need to do to get onto drag race right why. Which is why. Instagram is flooded with incredible drag mak- processing and like people making costumes and people making wigs. But they don't have these fundamental cultural references the required to actually be a drag queen rather than just do drag straight a did. Did anyone catch when they When they like like put audio over rupaul when we when they have to redouble report when she's like telling them what to do. Yeah yeah it was so weird. I was like all of a sudden. It was like paul. Did this skype. It was just like i was like. She's explaining the challenge but she. We explained the challenge in a completely different way. As to what was that. It was just weird. I was like What what what. What are.
"every single detail" Discussed on Frankenculture Presents
"Hello everybody welcome to franken nerd. Our weekly podcast where we talk about anything and everything that's trending in today's world. I'm your host april as always joined by my co host chase. What's going on chase but payroll would a param. How is your day to day. You know what. I actually worked quite a bit today. Giving starting at six forty a m. Oh my god when you have a child that wakes up that morning at that time every it's basically like i'm working right. I feel like my job harvard. Your child shoutout to all the moms out there reaction to that anyway. I just knew it wasn't true. So there was no point acknowledging it anyways Today we're going to be doing a kind of a different podcast. We're gonna go over your and is favorites list just to kind of a way to get to know us. Because our last in first podcast was all about wonder woman nineteen eighty-four and one division episodes one yousef. He didn't listen to it. Go ahead and just backtracking listen to that. So we didn't really get a chance to introduce ourselves or why we're doing this podcast. Basically you and i both decided that we love everything that's trending and pop culture nerdy and fun and exciting to talk about. I feel like we already do this on her own. So we might as well have just recorded us going over what's happening in today And also what's our opinion as fans of certain franchises and speaking of that. I just wanted to give a definition of a term in wrestling because my husband is a huge wrestling nerd and i got caught up in this. Wwe aew life For a very long time so there is a turn for super fans in wrestling in. It's called marks whenever there is a hardcore fan. That's bredon it. They've like watched it since they were children and they've grown up with it and they know every single term and move and every detail about that wrestlers character there called marks and they're really good for the wrestling world. They're just very intense about every single detail. And i feel that there is technically a lot of marks in the comic book world and we love the marvel franchise. We love disney. We love all of that sort of stuff. But there's a lot of technicalities that come with it with comic books. And the movie franchise obviously are gonna kinda lap. But we weren't brought up in that. Were the kind of fans that we became fans when the movies came out. When we got to see that whole franchise kind of unfold with iron man and superman and the dark knight and things like that so. I just wanted to clarify that. We're doing this podcast for anyone and everyone who wants to listen to our opinion but it doesn't mean i'm going to have all the answers coming from comic book or coming from. I'll try to always do my research. But i feel like we're the fans that wanna talk about it from our points of view it's going to be a little different than coming from the comic book background.
The Legend of Elden Kidd, America's Most Dedicated People Smuggler
"Was just another day. Another crossing for alvin kid and his smuggling partner. Tim burson so we had brought to people from the town of ukiah and put them in a motel in midland on the ten there. At that time you could go across the river. There was a both there. If you're a college kid you could take a boat and go in and go have a beer and restaurant and then come back. No problem passing back and forth. The journey hadn't been easy the night before elden and tim had met their clients. Eighteen in total mbookie. Yes mahyco they then guided them on a three hour hike to the rio grande rover once. They're they waited across undercover of in camped out until morning. Once across they ran their reliable decoy scheme utilizing to vans one. That looked like a smuggler's fan which acted as a decoy and another that appeared to be a legitimate tour van inside which their clients would nervously ride into their new lives. It been working flawlessly for over a year as the old saying goes. If it ain't broke don't fix it as usual. They didn't encounter any resistance. It was smooth sailing all the way to the motel outside midland. Odessa called the fern. It was big giant pool. And we'd been swimming and they were all showed up and had a new client close on. We're gonna make sure. They had plenty of food. They they're taking care of and lot of times. We buy them socks and shoes so they had new socks and shoes on so they want us to flag for anybody. Who's looking for signs of passing the people. The final step was transport their clients from the motel and midland to the nearby airport or with false identification. They would board a flight to some other. American frontier were their new lives would officially begin. There's something so satisfying about a simple plan. Well executed about knowing every motel vending machine or local fast food joint every highway exit sign knowing every single detail by heart. Elton was no longer changing it. Up for every run had gotten too risky and the tried and true methods. Were still getting the job done. But there's risk in repetition. Eldon and tim didn't know it yet. But the gnarled hands of destiny were closing around them. Yes this trip would be different than the others very different indeed because this one would be their last.
"every single detail" Discussed on Daily Pop
"You want out every rapper from diddy meth. Because you call them out. You got a coq. But i'm boring. I just wanted to have some you ever me again kevin. I swear promise you you will lose me. I took him back. But i was never gonna love him. This same guy a producer on this movie. You know wendy was there every step of the way to make sure that lifetime and that actress got his right and for me. Windy has the longest memory in history. So she is putting every single detail in this movie. Yes i appreciate sorry. I appreciate that because she tries to get everybody else's t now we get to all her t she's not hiding. I appreciate that. And i think she had to write because of who she is. And how like you said she does spill everybody else's business and does it comfortably and is made good cooling and doing so. I think it's like okay. Here's my payback to society for giving me the spot that i've gotten you know so wendy. Of course as you probably know was married to kevin hunter for twenty one years before filing for divorce. She finally left him after she learned he fathered a child with another woman Do you think she would have kept forgiving him. If the has got to a point where another child was coming into the picture. I think everybody has their limits in a relationship. I think when it comes to money people have dilemmas. When it comes to fidelity people have their limits. And i think a lot of people turn a blind eye to certain things but i think in this case it was about respect and it was very disrespectful for kevin to do that too. Windy and make it so public and so blatant because you know what i think. If we had an understanding.
Wendy Williams' Lifetime Biopic Delivers Juicy Details
"Wendy williams so she is the executive producer on a new movie. That's all about her life. she's going there. She is going to talk about the drugs. The fame the cheating. The lifetime. bio-pic is out january thirtieth. And we've got a sneak peek. At the moment wendy confronts her cheating husband watch. You're so boring boring boring. The african everything i do. I'm don't for you. I'm out on the street unprotected. You everybody got a hit because you want out every rapper from diddy meth. Because you call them out. You got a coq. But i'm boring. I just wanted to have some you ever me again kevin. I swear promise you you will lose me. I took him back. But i was never gonna love him. This same guy a producer on this movie. You know wendy was there every step of the way to make sure that lifetime and that actress got his right and for me. Windy has the longest memory in history. So she is putting every single detail in this movie. Yes i appreciate sorry. I appreciate that because she tries to get everybody else's t now we get to all her t she's not hiding. I appreciate that. And i think she had to write because of who she is. And how like you said she does spill everybody else's business and does it comfortably and is made good cooling and doing so. I think it's like okay. Here's my payback to society for giving me the spot that i've gotten you know
"every single detail" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"Events dot net so you can learn more about them and see the events that they have and also our platform c. Suite radio thanks voted for. Give me the plot in pushing this out there. So let's get to the meat of this. My guest today is an expert at positioning your business to sell selling your business and exiting rich. Michelle seiler tucker. Thanks for joining me appreciate it. Thanks adam is good to see again. It's been a long time. Yes it has are old friends from the event world when we could go to to live events and now he gets to connect digital era and talked to all of you do know you run a seven figure business you have grown substantially over the years. Where did you start where you always entrepreneur when you were a kid or is this something that happen later in life i would say i would say i had the entrepreneur's spirit within me as a kid. I wasn't your typical child or never played with toys dolls. Like other little girls dead. A walked around with a notebook and a pen and asked. Everybody am nine questions. I would walk up to strangers and just start asking him questions. My mom thought i was going to be the next level and so i've always own businesses Pretty young on publishing companies magazines events companies etc. But then at one point i did get sucked into corporate. America wants to work for xerox and You know six figures. Bright benefits. And i was already there for about six months and my nickname that xerox was a closer because every time somebody can pose a deal they will call me because i was known as a close and i always close every single detail on that. Nobody else could close so they came to me and.
Ariel by Dean Friedman
"Everybody welcome back to the story Song podcast on accoring I'm Rachel Oakes, and the Michael Gazelle ever so we walked through the world of a story song and this week. We are looking into the mouth of madness. Earned this is. Ariel by Dean Friedman I mean before we get started with anything man I I heard this song for the first time about two hours ago. And all I have to say is what I just listened to. Yeah I could go into. Love it I also heard this on. I think it was on the seventy channel on Satellite Radio and yeah, much like lonely boy. It was definitely a like. What wait a minute? What is happening by this? Was this left me less angry. I was definitely far more delighted. Delight it's a delight. Well. It's the opposite where whereas lonely boy leaves out a lot of the story. Yeah, this is every single. detail. And I'm saying. This is. Lonely boy is. All story, no details this. There's no story this. Details. This is a ninety fashion magazine. Because this is details, there's nothing. have. So yeah, I like I, said I think this is the rare song that I do think a good song and yet I'd love it I really legitimately love this song, but also but again. Being fully aware that objectively dishonest, not good, and we're going to get more into into that and to to Misa. Friedman's career later on, but. Okay so the story is where in New Jersey. and. Our narrator, OUR PROTAGONISTS DEAN! We'll call him. meets a young lady at the mall He instantly falls in love with her again. We learned a lot of details like she's Jewish Does not see I mean that's fine, but it's not seem to. Matter one way or the other? and. He tells her that he's in a rock and roll band. She should come see it, she does. They go to dairy queen. His place. They Watch TV and they make love at the end and were Oh, enroll so total that will dean has fallen in love with this woman. Whose name is Ariel? We've also told that she has a beautiful singing voice at no point in the song she sing. and has nothing to do with anything that is the refrain of is how beautiful! So, what do they I don't way on the. Side! Berbie. Young? Sang binding Bahrain. Bob Bob. Mark. She was working for the breads grief. was. In. A cop she was looking to change, so was I. Let's start at the top here. He says hey, on the would start at the top as if it matters. We can start sideways. It really doesn't matter, but it's just a series of details and the order does not matter. Just, just for tradition, sake, it started. Says, way on the other side of the Hudson deep in the bosom of suburbia. I met a young girl. She sang mighty fine tears on my pillow and Ave Maria quite the rain. Definitely? End Ave. Maria the first thing I want to say. Is that so I believe? Dean lives in New Jersey. In Paris and we can discuss that in a moment, but it is sort of funny. How he saying way on the other side of the Hudson so that is oriented from New York City. From Manhattan. And yet, so it's in a way. He's almost seeing himself. Not as the central character in his own story in a way, or not in the central location like he's thinking of himself, as I'm on the other side of the Hudson Right. New York City like I it just I just find that. Hitting The impression that I got was that he was from New York. City and he went out to Jersey. Okay that is very possible. That's what I winning I. Wanted Sketch what I thought too, or he's. He's keeping in mind. His audience, which is probably clubs in New York City and they're like. If he just said parameters they'd be like. Where is that mythical place? Like. Any night paramus through the mall is on the other side of the Hudson. Oh, you mean New Jersey I never go there. Yeah and that's the other thing. That's funny, too, is that he doesn't say deep in New Jersey says on the other side of the Hudson right so again. It's like a you know that's the way so in from from you know some some manhattanite. Club Goer might even think of it. It's like Oh. That's on the other. That's across the bridge. Exactly I never go. I only see it from my penthouse apartment. But I've never actually been over there. So debate I gotTA, take. Half trained to get there no. There's no way this this hypothetical. We're talking about. They'll even know the term the Pat Oh you. Don't even know what your dot car service all the way. Yeah or at least a taxi, yeah! If for some reason, they have to go to Jersey. City but yeah. They are not familiar with with the path train. The train goes on a path I know. But the rest of it. I don't know what you're talking about. New Jersey.
"every single detail" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Be can't get from Pollock pines from ABC news I'm Brian Clarke Memorial Day weekend is looking different this year especially in beach communities like Point Pleasant beach in New Jersey we've tried to make sure that we're taking care of every single detail possible that correlates to safety so that our residents and guests to come here always feel comfortable on their beaches that's where Paul catering Dr Anthony Fauci the nation's top infectious disease doctors encouraging people to go out this weekend while taking precautions I plan to go out for nice walks and hikes over Memorial Day and I'm gonna do it with care with a mask on he was discussing coronavirus on CNN covert nineteen is killed nearly ninety five thousand people in the U. S. and a new ABC news Ipsos poll found that black and Latino Americans are nearly three times as likely to personally know a victim as white Americans Alaska fully reopens today in other states moving along in that process but with that come fears of a second wave of the pandemic president trump Thursday said even if there is a second wave there will not be a second lockdown whether it's an amber or flame we're gonna put it out but we're not closing he was touring a Ford facility in Michigan to making ventilators local and federal investigators in the Corpus Christi Texas are piecing together details about the man who tried to crashed through a gate at a military facility Thursday it was about six fifteen in the morning when according to witnesses Adam all Sally tried to drive through the north gate at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi pulled a gun shot and injured a sailor working security other security personnel shot and killed all Sally ours leaders as FBI agent Leah grieves we have determined that the incident at the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi is terrorism related and that a second person might have been involved the sailor wounded at the gate has been treated for her injuries and released from the hospital Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas university of California's eliminating SAT and ACT test as a requirement till twenty twenty four you're listening to it and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK.
Mixed Messages Is The New Normal
"Over the past few weeks especially of received the number of messages from people all around the world really asking me to clarify various things asking for what's happening in my part of the world because they were saving mixed messages from their particular business they have particular city country location. And what I keep telling them is mixed. Messages is the new normal. We have to be ready for the fact that we're going to continue to get mixed messages for quite some time because this is really uncharted territory for us for for all of us really so I think what that means is a couple of things that you need to be ready to make decisions in the context of those mixed messages so you're gonNA make decisions without potentially all of the information all the accurate information even sometimes and also I think from a customer perspective from a client perspective. We have to be mindful of the fact that they too are receiving mixed messages. They getting mixed messages across social media across the news outlets across other businesses. And so we have to be tolerant and understanding of those guests those customers those clients. Who Don't get what we're doing and we've also got to be careful. I think not to over communicate and I know that seems kind of counter intuitive right now but we're all suffering I think from information overload and so I wouldn't try to bombard with messages necessarily but just work on the communication style work on getting them just the bits of information that they need that. I need to know the whole story of what you're doing. Do they need to know every single detail of the procedure or do they just need to know a couple of key facts so I think reduce resisting information is an important thing understanding that as a company as a business as a manager as an employee you're going to be forced into making decisions with mixed messages with mixed limited information and as a customer? You're going to be confronting mixed messages in other areas. And so when they come to your business you need to understand they gonNA be confused
Introducing Deep Dive After Hours with the Pro Group
"This is after hours and I'm joined by some incredible human beings and in case you're wondering what happens everybody. Like how do we get so big and diverse? Well this is a very unique group human beings we call them the pro members. And they're all here we. We just got back from Adobe Max and we're just continuing the content loved the livestream and we've just been producing so many things. I'm not going to introduce everybody. There's so many of you guys and is so great to see you. My only regret is that people who were who were here yesterday. No longer here. I mean they're still alive but there's just survive. This is after hours with the programmers and the pro members are basically people that are part part of our exclusive coaching community. There's two hundred eighty of US. And we run from all different. Sizes shapes. Want Solar Printer freelancer student. People have really multimillion dollar agencies part of it and it's just this community that makes what I think what we have so unique and precious so there's no agenda. We're just going to have a conversation we're GONNA go and there was like a robot voice thing that's okay so I think we're just kind of at the end of one conversation so this'll be the beginning of the next conversation. So what's hot? What's on your mind? Let's get. Let's get real conversation. Who WANTS TO START? I feel like there's been a lot of discussion people. That are already in a really good place with their business. But they can't see that they're in a good place and they're concerned about what's the next thing that have to do to make my business better versus just doing what's necessary to get more clients and I think I'd like for us to talk about that. Because this past week I've been learning so much from other people And seeing other people's work but hearing them say that I need to do this before I can get clients. I need to do this before I get climate. It's like do you not see how amazing what you're doing is already like. You're you're in a perfect position to already get clients. And maybe that's because I'm not inside the bottle as they say and I'm able to see their work for how great it is. So can we talk about that? We can there's this phenomenon that happens and on our walk back from tacos powerful voyeurs today. I should just turned to how do you? How do you do that so fast? Like how do you take me from here and bring me down here and she asked me this question and I had to think because you know still short walk? I was thinking because think most of us look at problems with a magnifying glass. We're up so close to or studying every single detail. We're studying everything that we can do. All the things that make us annoyed things that make us scared. And this is all we have to do is to gain some perspective. You've heard that expression before and I mean literally gains in perspective by stepping six eight ten twelve hundred feet back and looking at the problem from afar and I think that gives us context an example. I gave to her. Was If you're sitting there and you're waiting for a parking spot and you've been patiently waiting and somebody pulls out of that parking spot and you're about to go in and some a-hole some D. bag scoots in that gets it. You've got steam ears finding you lowlife key the car all these dark thoughts are going through my like. Why why are humans like? Why can't we treat each other with kindness and be generous? Why can't we do that? Some courtesy goes a long way. But that's you looking through the world through your eyes through that magnifying glass. But if you were just pop back a little bit maybe even just into the back seat and look at yourself looking at the situation and observe the witness to it. You might say okay. Here's a woman waiting for a parking spot. And somebody else may or may not have seen that. She was waiting and took an opportunity. Who knows but this woman has her health. Has a wonderful family is in a car that she owns. That's insured really. What is the big deal? There's another spot a few miles away and if we can get kind of perspective that distance I think it changes how we look at things. So Mo- you looking at anybody else here can see their problem so clearly. You're good enough or tweet this line or talk about a user benefit instead of talking about yourself. It's so clear and they can just as easily turnarounds. A Mo- is your problem. Here's your challenge and you need to overcome it. How do we do this ourselves? How do we get this kind of clarity? Now Ashes Ready. She's primed ahead a little coaster. Mike Yeah I like that metaphor icy now very clearly. I used to have that in my family values like you see very positively in every aspect of your life especially teaching. My kids are just we are alive. Today that's best blessings is what you should see him get up in the morning. Thankful you are alive today and you can get to do so many things but I was not implementing the same thing in my business. So today's session we. I was looking at a bigger problem where I want to reach. It was like hundred doors away from me just for that I was not taking. I was not dead it for the tenth door or I was not able to see that. I'm talented I have worked ready. And the canvas is ready to paint. I just need to go brush in hand and start painting Ed so I see that metaphor now from my personal life to how to implement in business and enhance when you told me that car parking exempt you thank you. You HAVE INCREDIBLE CLARITY. When it comes to your children you can see them and you know that if they just changed a little bit they will have more happiness and success and everything will work out but right when it comes back to us. It's like wait a minute. Different rules apply and now hopefully if nothing else. Try to insert a little pause between catalysts and reaction. Something mixture react. Just stop amid kind of observe. What's happening in your mind? And then you can choose how you want to react. Sorry I just wanted to jump in real quick. I was talking to Alex earlier. And he was talking about everything that he failed on and he was saying that his man I was following Chris. And the following moe in this is that referring to you and he's like and they're killing instagram and they're doing all these things and I'm sitting here and I'm struggling and I'm just falling behind. And he got super caught up in his failures and four second pause and he was like but then I thought about it he was doing so much other good stuff in other areas and have been so hard myself when it comes to this one specific thing and that's what a lot of us I feel I do. We get caught up in the bad because the good is so abundant because the good is the norm. Like we're you succeeding and we're used to Kinda having good days or at least average days but the bad sticks out so much because it's so rare that we don't really know how to cope with it and we give it a lot more attention than it should have An S. That was what he was saying to me earlier and he was like. I just took a step back and changed my perspective on it and was like I may have not one in this one area but at least it gives me a chance to go back and succeed again. And that's how cabin framing the things that we've been doing here even though we haven't done the best before is still gives us the chance to reframe and you know try again. I have a different take on that. I think that was excellent. Chris all done if you sit there and you replay the memories in your childhood and we did a lot of this yesterday and we created two columns. We're GONNA do the two column conversation again credit to columns and we asked ourselves how many times you remember the people who you love the most your parents who took care of you. How many times a day praise you for doing something right? I make a list. Just just follow through the thought experiment and then put that list away for second and then the second list ask yourself. How many times did they tell you you did something wrong. And Am pretty sure. That list is in multitude longer than the other lists so we've had a lot of training finding the things that are wrong. We've had not a lot of training in pointing out the things that are right in fact when you think that you've done something right. What is the response you get? Don't let that get your head getting too big for your Britches. Stay humble be
Abducted: Emanuel Swedenborg
"Emanuel Swedenborg floated freely through the void of space. Is he wasn't in a vessel nor did he wear a spacesuit and yet he was able to move comfortably through the vacuum the earth spun far below. Oh Him Emanuel couldn't see it but he could sense it on a spiritual level struck by a sudden bout of inspiration Emmanuel produced a pen then paper and began to write. He'd seen incredible things wonder if things and he didn't WanNa Forget. A single detail Emmanuel scrawled several beings aliens from the planet mercury approached Emmanuel. Couldn't see their physical bodies for the existed stood only as disembodied spirits. They asked to see what he was writing. But Emanuel was too caught up in his literary frenzy to answer like their namesake. Mm Sake the mercurial were all about speed and so. They were impatient when they couldn't get an immediate answer. From a manual they began to berate and consult him. They claimed that he was a terrible person and deeply selfish but even this didn't distract Emmanuel from his writing then he began to feel a pressure on both sides of his skull moment by moment the pain grew more intense. The Pen and paper finally forgotten forgotten Emmanuel presses. Palm's too these sides of his head writhing in Agony Emmanuel survived the psychic attack and and his trip through space but when he woke up in his home in Stockholm Sweden in Seventeen fifty eight he knew no one would ever believe his accounts of his interplanetary journeys with aliens from Mercury.
He Himself is Our Peace (Ephesians 2:14)
"Diffusion chapter two verse fourteen for he himself is our peace who has made us both one and has broken in down in his flesh the dividing wall of hostility this verse is such a powerful picture of what God is doing in the Church at emphasis at this point you have Jews and gentiles together in the same church two groups of people will that have historically been divided you see this language of a dividing wall of hostility and that's a pretty accurate description the way Jews and gentiles related to each other but now that Jews had placed their faith in Christ and gentiles place their faith in Christ and on themselves in the same church Paul writes that Jesus is now our peace he himself is our p he's he's brought us together by his blood shed for both of our sends he's made us one body where we are in Christ together and he has broken down the dividing wall of hostility is a powerful picture of the unifying presence the Christ the unifying power of the Gospel to bring together people who were once opposed to each other now coming together as one in what the rest of this chapter talks about as the household of God fellow citizens with Saints Members of the Gary Household of God and so I want you to think about the church you're apart of and just ask the question is there any Division in your church because Jesus died to break down dividing walls just think about your relationships with other followers of Christ is there any division that you have right now between you and other followers of Christ now this doesn't mean that once we're in the church like we agree about every single thing and that we have the exact same thoughts about every single detail that's definitely not the case here in F- assist it's not the case anywhere in the New Testament you see Paul at different points exhort adding different groups of people to even wear your consciences may differ on things to not miss or compromise the unity you have in Christ even what Jesus prayed for his disciples not only in the first century but his disciples to come after them us in John Seventy amy prayed that we would be one just as he and the father or one a trinity like union and unity in the church that Jesus died to make possible and yet there's an adversary who wants to divide the church who wants to divide us from other brothers and stirs in ways that promote conflict and tension and even hostility and yet the power of the gospel is intended to break down those walls so let's pray for unity in the church and then pray as we continually on this podcast I pray for unreached people groups around the world I want us to pray today for the Poular Falani in Senegal the pool are are known as ardent defenders of Islam they boast of basically being the first black Africans to convert to Islam and so you think about even in different picture maybe in Africa maybe in Asia or right here in America where you bring different tribes together into the Church and the challenges for a unifying that good nope but that's the beauty the power of the Gospel the peace of Christ brings together groups that may have once been opposed to each other so let's pray for unity of Christ to be evident in our churches our relationships and the spread of the Gospel to the nations that God would bring together all ends of tribes all kinds of languages all kinds of people groups from all kinds of different perspectives together as one in Christ across his global body oh God we we praise you for the piece that Christ has bought for us that we now have with you the we're able to pray right now when we have been justified by faith Romans five one says and we now have peace with you all glory a beat your name for the piece you have given us with you the reconciliation we have in relationship with you and so God we pray for for an experience of this piece and this reconciliation with all the brothers and sisters in Christ around us God we prayed you'd help us too guard the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace what equations four will later talk about we pray that you would indeed shut Oh that you have broken down dividing walls of hostility God re pray that you would help us to work for the unity of this beard in the bond of peace and relationships we have with other brothers and sisters in Christ we pray that you help us to guard against division and conflict and tension God we pray that you would help us to guard against division in our churches got an each of our churches in the church I pastor in the churches that are represented in those who are praying this may now re pray for unity of the spirit of peace and Gary pray for that not just in our churches God but as your church spreads and multiplies to the ends of the earth cowdery pray for the spread of the Gospel for the spread of the peace of Christ among the polar felony synagogue. Please oh God a million of them so few some of them have knowledge of Jesus Gunnery pray for the spread of the peace of Jesus among the Poular Lonnie and Senegal and then got re pray that weather are there in Senegal or in all kinds of places around the world God that you would bring together even once warring or conflicting tribes bring them together in a beautiful display of the Gospel got re pray what Jesus prayed for us in John Seventeen that we would be one as as you is the father and his son are one give us this kind of oneness we pray and help us to work against division show us even slowing from this prayer today specific ways we need to work for unity specific ways we need to reconcile with brothers and sisters in Christ who we may be divided added from right now God by the peace you've bought for us in Christ May we pray this in Jesus name
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Take a trip to another world, Argentina
"From the chilton and he's a great place for trekking is trucking paradise is what they fits remount is and it's amazing for trekking and this is one of the place i really recommend for buddy levin outdoors and also try but he say the southernmost city on the world and it's a it's a really special place in which you actually feel that at the end of the world so so those are really special places but i want it would be my my first choice visiting argentina because when you're in padania you kind of feel that the earning different place i mean everything so huge and so intense so dramatic so it's a kind of beauty that i enjoy very much yeah i was initially swire myself but i haven't been to patagonia yet the area gotta go yes next time so is there any early destinations that are kind of like emerging that where that people may not have ever heard of that you want to we'd like to tell people about yes am container and then our west of argentina was kind of not so much explored and it's becoming much more will no now now that is the size of the area that is a north west of tina in the limited with chile and south and south of bolivia that's maybe the most and then area that we have i mean the the culture there is much more is really really in every single detail so they ended culture is very strong and landscape beautiful great wise people had the best