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A highlight from Jesus Christ as Pastor
"The following was delivered at Antioch Presbyterian Church, a mission work of Calvary Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America located in Woodruff, South Carolina. For more information about Antioch Presbyterian Church, please visit AntiochPCA .com or contact us at info at AntiochPCA .com. May the Lord bless you as you receive gracious instruction from His great. It's so wonderful to have all y 'all here, to have the cooks back with us and we've been praying for the car situation and of course to have visitors from out of town and from in town. If you're looking for a church because you've either moved here for school or because you've just been searching for a church closer to home, I would love to talk to you about that. Even if you're not looking for a church, I'd love to talk to you because I love people, so there you go. And we're going to talk this morning a little bit about Christ our Savior's love for people as a pastor. I'll leave it at that. Let's pray and then we'll get underway with the word. Father in Heaven, we bless your name. We thank you for your mercies to us in Christ. We thank you for your kindness to us in Him. Indeed, we reflect upon the supremacy of His ministry to us as prophet, priest, king, mediator, redeemer and indeed as good shepherd and pastor. We thank you as well, Lord, for your wisdom which has been displayed in Him in His earthly ministry and in His present intercession at your right hand and how through Him the Spirit comes and ministers to us in all of our difficulties and in all of our delights, in our trials and in our triumphs. We pray that you would be with us even in this Sunday school hour, that your word would be impressed upon our hearts and our conversation and discussion pleasing to you and profitable to your church. In Christ's name we pray, amen. Alright, open up in your Bibles to Isaiah chapter 42. Isaiah 42, we're going to look at the first nine verses and then we're going to jump into John's Gospel, kind of looking at a couple different passages detailing Christ's sympathetic earthly ministry and I'll explain what I mean by that. But Isaiah 42, the first nine verses, this is God's holy inspired and life -giving word. Give heed to it. God says, Behold, My servant whom I uphold, My chosen one in whom My soul delights. I have put My Spirit upon him. He will bring forth justice to the nations. He will not cry out or raise his voice nor make his voice heard in the street. A bruised reed he will not break and a dimly burning wick he will not extinguish. He will faithfully bring forth justice. He will not be disheartened or crushed until he has established justice in the earth and the coastlands will wait expectantly for his law. Thus says God the Lord, who created the heavens and stretched them out, who spread out the earth and its offspring, who gives breath to the people on it and spirit to those who walk in it. I am the Lord. I have called you in righteousness. I will also hold you by the hand and watch over you and I will appoint you as a covenant to the people, as a light to the nations, to open blind eyes, to bring out prisoners from the dungeon and those who dwell in darkness from the prison. I am the Lord. That is My name. I will not give My glory to another nor My praise to graven images. Behold the former things have come to pass. Now I declare new things. Before they spring forth, I proclaim them to you. Amen. You know, we often refer to Christ as prophet, priest, king, redeemer, savior, Lord, and even as God. Dr. Piper explained some of that in the sermon this morning, preaching Christ even from Job chapter 28 as the incarnation of eternal wisdom. Indeed, it is Christ himself who sets the standard for all of human conduct and activity. But do we ever really consider, or often consider I should say, that Christ is our pastor? That yes, He's king, He's prophet, He's priest, He's Lord and Savior, He's even judge of the nations and all the earth, but is He our pastor? That familiar acquaintance whom we have who sympathetically ministers to our every need in our day -to -day life. Well, Christ Himself sets the standard not just for all human conduct, but even for pastoral conduct. And at Greenville Seminary and my Reformed Pastor class with Ian Hamilton, I remember him impressing upon us the great importance of regarding Christ as the perfect pastor, even to us as ministers of the gospel who are very imperfect and can't be everywhere all the time and cannot minister to your every need. We're not infinite, but Christ is. Christ is the perfect pastor even to us, but also He is the model for every true gospel minister. He is both He who pastors perfectly and He who sets forth for us the example we are to follow as best we can in our own finite capacities as ministers and certainly as parents. That's the case too because you are called to pastor your children. That is one aspect of parenting, is sympathetically shepherding your children's hearts, we might say. So, what does that standard look like? What do we know about Pastor Jesus from His earthly ministry? We're going to consider two passages of scripture with Isaiah 42 in the background. We'll consider John chapter 4 and John chapter 8. In these two passages we have different incidents in the earthly ministry of Christ where we really see His pastoral function coming to bear as He ministers to two very broken people. In John chapter 4 to the Samaritan woman at the well and then John chapter 8 to the woman accused of adultery. I do take that as part of scripture. I don't take that as something that was added after the closure of the canon. That is true word of God. But in these two incidents we're shown by God's grace and by His Spirit as John describes them to us under inspiration of the Holy Spirit, we are shown how Jesus Christ is the servant of the Lord described in Isaiah 42, which I just read. And as a servant of the Lord, He's also our pastor. So, He's the servant of the Lord and the good shepherd or pastor of the sheep. These illustrate for us how Christ is the church's paradigmatic pastor. He gives us the paradigm. He gives us the model upon which all of our ministries and the church's ministry as a whole is to be patterned. So first, and I'll show you three things about it. His compassion, His authority, and His aim. His pastoral compassion, His pastoral authority, which, you know, your antennas might be going up as good Americans whenever we talk about authority, and then also His pastoral aim, what it is He's going for, His goal, His telos, we might say, as a pastor. So first, I want to talk about His compassion. Christ demonstrates compassion to people as a pastor, as a sympathetic pastor, by addressing spiritual needs, that is those deep, often unseen needs, through addressing felt needs. That is those things that are very evident to each and every one of us. Those things that we feel, rather in a pronounced fashion, that we feel, oh man, I really need this right now. I need a glass of water. I need someone to defend me in court in the two incidents that we're dealing with in John 4 and 8. And you can fill in the blank. And Jesus doesn't ignore them. In fact, He capitalizes on those felt needs to then address deeper, unseen spiritual needs, which oftentimes need to be dug out like so much rare metal out of the earth and from a mining shaft. So look at John 4 with me. John chapter 4.
"greenville" Discussed on AP News
"Also said that the lavra, including a USC seminary and offices, is a hub of Russian world propaganda. I'm Sarah Napa AP sports, I'm Bruce Morton. Florida Atlantic is a 9th seed and a team with a ticket to its first final four. This after hanging on to win the east region by topping Kansas state 79 76. Owls guard Brian greenlee says it's great to inhale the tournament's rarefied air. It's pretty surreal. It's a lot of excitement. Just happiness for the unit that we have that everyone gets to experience this together. And also a little bit of just hunger to go finish it off. Meanwhile, Connecticut got to the final four. The huskies made it out of the west, pulling away in the second half to route Gonzaga 82 54. UConn guard Andre Jackson says a final four birth is nice, but not a final destination. We got a lot to prove we still got a chip on our shoulder. And we had to go. And it was to make it as final four, but more importantly, to win a national championship. So as we still push it towards. In the women's tournaments Greenville regional, undefeated South Carolina moved into its third consecutive elite 8 by downing UCLA 59 43, guard breeze bell said size helped out the defending champs. We definitely do a lot of work in practice with his ball screen, whether it's, you know, whatever the case may be. So I think for games like this, you know, an offensive scoring is very low. We definitely rely on our defense to keep their scoring lower than ours. Next up for the gamecocks is Maryland, which eliminated Notre-Dame 76 59 in the Seattle regional Ohio State took over in the second quarter and beat Yukon 73 61. The buckeyes advanced to a matchup with Virginia tech, which defeated Tennessee 73 64. Pro basketball, two teams with a bona FIDE chance to get to the finals, Denver pulled away in the third quarter to beat Milwaukee one 29 one O 6. Hockey, the NHL best bruins clinched the Atlantic division by edging Tampa Bay two one. Bruce Morton AP sports, AP sports, I'm Bruce Morton, 9th seed Florida Atlantic is on its way to its first ever final four. This after the owls got out of the east region with a 79 76 victory over Kansas state in the west region bulldogs versus huskies and Connecticut was best in show to the tune of 82 54 over Gonzaga. In the women's tournaments Greenville regional, undefeated South Carolina moved a step closer to successfully defending its title by dumping UCLA 59 43. The gamecocks next face Maryland, which beat Notre-Dame 76 59 in the Seattle regional Ohio State overcame a slow start to get the best of Yukon 73 61 good for a matchup with Virginia tech, a 73 64 winner over Tennessee. Pro basketball, best in the east versus best in the west, the nuggets pounded the bucks one 29 one O 6. Hockey, the bruins clenched the Atlantic division crown by edging Tampa Bay to one. Bruce Morton, AP sports. The hurricanes wasted leads of two zero and three two before scoring twice
South Carolina uses size to overpower UCLA in March Madness
"Maryland advanced to the elite 8 for the first time in 8 years running away with a 76 59 win over Notre-Dame in the Greenville one regional of the NCAA women's basketball tournament. Cheyenne sellers and diamond Miller scored 18 points for the terrapins, lavender Briggs had 12 points off the bench. Marilyn next gets unbeaten South Carolina in Monday's elite 8. The gamecocks took down UCLA 59 to 43, Brie Beal was one of three South Carolina scores in double figures as she helped hold the bruins to under 30% shooting in the game. For games like this, you know, an offensive scoring is very low. We definitely rely on our defense to keep their scoring lower than ours. South Carolina is now 35 and oh, Josh rowntree AP sports.
Mike Gallagher's Love Affair With South Carolina
"Incredible memories where I get to host the Tiger tailgate show for a few years until they unceremoniously dump me because I was too controversial on radio and TV. I'll never forget that firing. I still get I still cringe when I drive by California dreaming over on I 85 in Greenville. That's where Mike Whittaker fired me from being and I was really into it. I was the Tiger tailgate host. I was the football out of the basketball PA announcer at Clemson. I mean, they loved me and I loved them. What an experience that was. You talk about a blessed experience to get to be involved in a big time college athletics program like that in a small level, but still traveled with the team on game day. Got to sit next to my buddy, Jim Phillips, who was the longtime voice of the Clemson tigers, and then somebody in gaffney didn't like me. It was a booster. It was a big donor. I ticked somebody off with one of my opinions and it all came screeching to a halt. And I think about that over the years because had that not happened, had I not got fired from Clemson for being from because of my opinions on radio and TV. I was doing a local TV commentary at the time. And something I said rub somebody the wrong way and they said, get that Gallagher guy out. He's out. Had that not happened, I would have probably never left South Carolina. I'll bet I'd still be in Greenville, South Carolina. Happy as a clan, because life is good there. Life is really, it's actually great there. In fact, I got to get back my friend Peggy and her sister patty have opened up a booth at the big west side market over the Augusta road. I gotta check that out 'cause knowing the king's sisters, it is a beautiful, beautiful booth. I'll bet you that you're gonna get some good items because they have exquisite taste. Anyway, that's my love affair with South Carolina.
"greenville" Discussed on Bear Grease
"Betrayal inside from trap to tribe, but all this just wildly complex stuff that happened. And but this was a treaty that he was against that started this, correct? Well, and that's a simplistic story because it was decades of all these treaties, but the thing that drew the line in the sand was the treaty of Greenville. Which was drew a line somewhere in Ohio, what is now Ohio, and it was like, you know, Europeans, Americans can't come across this line. And they did. And that's when tecumseh was like, okay. No more, no more diplomat. We're going to have to fight these guys. That's when he joined up with the British and started fighting. So another way that we could simplify all this too is that it seems like it would be simple is like, while we're in all these tribes in on this, why wouldn't they have come to tecumseh's idea of this pan ending confederacy and fighting against them? Because that didn't make sense to me at first because the way we painted him is this revolutionary Native American leader, it seems like every tribe in the country would have been like, yes, let's stand and fight against these guys. But, man, it was so complex going back to a lot of tribes had great deals with the U.S. government where they were getting money where they were getting supplies where they were getting all this stuff. And David Edmonds talked about it to come to come to that tribe and it's like, hey, we got to fight these guys and the chief is like, bro, we got a pretty good one here. That's what happened. And most of the tribes rejected him. Most. The guys that were fighting with him were a small percentage of the where most of those are the many know it may not have come up. Most of the folks who stood with him were they from, you know, if they were from the same area or they had similar religions and ways of life, is that how it came about? Not necessarily. There were at least 12 tribes that were represented in the pan Indian confederacy. And many, a lot of the shawnees even rejected tecumseh's vision. Yeah, lots of the shawnees. And there's today several divisions of shawnees even. And today amongst those divisions, you can trace back to the people that were with tecumseh and the people that were against him. Really? And but that was one of the most remarkable things. And the reason we remember him is because he was the really the only guy that ever
Sarah Huckabee Sanders: The Difference Between Crazy & Normal
"This is what Sarah Huckabee Sanders means by the crazy versus the normal. Here was governor Huckabee last night with Sean Hannity on Fox News channel, explaining her remarks the official State of the Union rebuttal, the response to Biden's goofy speech, where she explains what she means about the difference between Greenville, the difference between crazy and normal. I think that any person who's paying attention can see the absolute shift that the Democrat party has made so far to the left, that there's no other way to describe it other than crazy. The things that they are pushing, whether it's outlawing gas stoves or defining genders by the second, everything that they come up with is just moving so far out of the mainstream that there's no other way to describe it. You know, I was thankful that I got to follow President Biden because he does help set the bar a little bit low and that made my job a bit easier. The other part. He just has a terrible story to tell. He has been an absolute failure over the last two years in anybody that is paying attention in this country, sees those failures every single day when they go to the gas pump when they go to the grocery store. They are feeling the breakdown of this presidency.
"greenville" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's a big take from Bloomberg news and iHeartRadio. I'm west Kosovo. Today, how the U.S. government is making it harder for companies to silence women who are sexually harassed. Let's pull back the lens a bit now and take a broader look at how things have changed in the workplace since me too began. And what more needs to be done because there's a lot to spell that out, I'm joined by Fatima goss graves, president and CEO of the national women's law center here in Washington and my colleague Rebecca Greenville who leads Bloomberg's equality coverage. Are there some industries that are leading the way for others? You know, that's a harder thing to measure in some ways we know that there are some indicators that create opportunities for harassment and so for example, sectors that also pay really low wages and have other conditions of work that are sometimes abusive to workers. Those are spaces where harassment thrives. It's also the case though that harassment often thrives in workplaces where women make up only a small percentage of those either in power overall or on their job. So you are more likely to see harassment in these historically very male professions like finance Wall Street, but also like construction where there are long-standing reports of harassment. One of the things that you have seen on the other hand in the aftermath of me too going viral are employers at the very, very top CEO C suite individuals naming that this was critical to them following through with programs taking very seriously allegations of harassment, putting in place policies. And so I actually think what we'll have to do is measure the impact of that level of leadership over time. Rebecca, in your coverage of equality, what changes have you seen both from the worker side and from employers in protecting people from harassment
"greenville" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg, Nathan. All right, Michael, thank you. It's 5 49 on Wall Street, live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is Bloomberg daybreak, and it may be crisis averted for a major piece of the U.S. supply chain with that tentative agreement just announced this morning between freight rail operators and their unions. Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent pretty Gupta is with us live this morning from the Greenville yard in Jersey City, New Jersey, a major point in that supply chain between the ports and the rails, creedy, good morning. You sing any signs of renewed activity now that we've heard this news this morning? Well, good morning, Nathan. You know what's interesting here is that in preparation of a potential strike so much was halted, you had something like, I believe auto shipments were already paused. I mean, as we were coming in towards Greenville yard, we saw trailers and trucks full of just new vehicles just standing on the sidelines. Think about it. If you have a new car manufactured in Detroit or manufactured in Mexico, that is then shipped or I should say transported be afraid because that is the most efficient way across the country to the dealerships where people can actually buy it. Another example it hazardous material, for example, where halt to think of ethanol, 70% of which in this country is shipped by freight. So ethanol thinks that are extremely flammable if left by themselves on say an idle car, which was the threat if indeed the strike goes through. Those kind of things were put on pause and on top of that Amtrak even canceling their long distance flight. So right network train trips, I should say. Nathan, right now, there is going to be an immediate effect right now. You are still seeing the normal things you would see at a railway art, essentially railcars being filled, being transported, but not necessarily moving. And that's what we're waiting to hear. And once again, I should really emphasize to feel so tentative. It is not official yet. Well, what are you hearing about the deal at this point? What were the sticking points between the union workers and the freight rail companies? What were the union workers looking for? You know, at the end of the day, everyone is looking for a higher salary. But for railroad workers, it was different. They are coming from a legacy of long hours. They're coming from a legacy where COVID has met that a lot of their industry has actually less working in railroads. What's important to note here is that their biggest issue was getting sick leave was getting medical. We even during the pandemic, a lot of these railroads had implemented a point based system, essentially you are on call if we call you, you have 90 minutes to two hours to report to work. And if you don't, you will be penalized. You will be deducted in some way. That kind of policy is what these workers were potentially striking against in addition to, of course, higher pay. Now some of the new details we are getting in terms of what the contract this agreement actually looks like includes a 24% wage increase during the 5 year period from 2020 through 2024. So that does mean back pay going into the COVID era, as well as an immediate payout of an average of $11,000 upon the ratification of the deal. What that means. I think this is the new change in the language Nathan is that if the deal is indeed approved, those workers get $11,000 on average right off the bat. I was just on our last 30 seconds here, Katie, what are you looking for next now that we do have this tentative agreement announced? Well, we are still waiting for the union membership, though. They have to approve it. They have to agree with it. I mean, look, they've had tens of agreements before in history, the 1991 rail strike 1986. And they have still ended up going on strike. So really it's anyone's game here. All right, Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent pretty Gupta keeping on top of any further developments now that we do have this tentative agreement reached between the unions and the freight rail operators as a rightly noted there. The union workers themselves are going to have to ratify this thing. So we'll be staying on top of it for you ahead of that midnight strike deadline. Keep it right here on Bloomberg radio. Karen. Well, Nathan, it is 5 52 on Wall Street. It's time
Mike Is Feeling Much Better After Mild Case of Covid
"An unscheduled time off due to COVID, we decided to set up a little bit of a rig in my bedroom where I remain in quarantine feeling like a million bucks, frankly, after the first couple of days of some mild symptoms, I'm feeling a 100% and so team Gallagher graciously invited Gallagher back to the Gallagher show and helping me out today is my dear friend and business manager and tremendously popular morning host in the upstate of South Carolina on 94 5 the answer W GTK. It's the one and only Joey Hudson, so it's a bit of the mic and Joey show. You know, Joey, you every one of your shows by saying God's got this, God's in control. Sometimes when you think you have plans and you make plans to celebrate something like Christmas, sometimes God says, nope, I've got a different idea. Well, and things can change quickly and you're right. Look, you had no idea a week ago that you're going to be asking me to step in, you'll recall, you started texting me Wednesday night saying you had a high fever and you weren't feeling good and the next morning I'm sitting in my barn, which we expected to be here in Greenville to finish up the last week in Annie. And you were home in quarantine. It's bizarre because this is happening real rapidly and in many ways this is deja vu all over again, as you said earlier, but on the other hand, it feels different this time. It feels like more and more people are getting COVID. Almost everybody that I've heard of has had the same experience that I've had mild symptoms, so there's two things I think is the big takeaway as we enter Christmas Joey. Number one, not be conquered by fear because chances are you're going to have a very mild time of it like I did. And number two have a plan. You know, don't get caught becoming positive and realizing you have COVID and you don't have anything in place because frankly, for me, the first thing I thought of was, how do I get to a Regeneron treatment center, which I did the day after?
"greenville" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Feel like I'm taking crazy. Thank you said meanwhile, 5000 Americans will die of Covid next week. Barbara Tweeted. Kids should be going back to school in America. Not going into pediatric I C u beds. Yeah, it's just the okay again Media coverage. This is the other person. Presley Stutts. Was the GOP leader in Greenville City. Back in June, when VP Harris visited Greenville to encourage more vaccinations stuff stood outside with 100 people waved flags and protested again vaccine in masculine requirements. He battled covid for three weeks. He just lost. Along with this, the latest right wing radio host filled up Phil Valentine. Okay. Matt Dowd, former Republican strategist, right said. For example, 7000 Americans have already been flown out without a single American death. While yesterday 1000 people died from Covid here. Hundreds of people die from gun violence over the last week and still not a single elected official held responsible for the January 6th insurrection. Um okay. Just you think our construction here might be more? I don't important to our media then. Okay, alright. Gen. Ruben, one more If you're disturbed, are outraged by the chaos. Suffering etcetera. Do not start forever Wars or do not delude yourselves. They can be ended Antiseptically. But do it better is magical thinking when you started evacuating chaos descends. Okay. Alright. Should I get because it was not a good week. Unfortunately, get to my hate tweets. Yeah, well, they're not. They're more helpful Corrections because you know we have the most, um Correction friendly audience ever. Yes, we do. Right. Well, we encourage it. Yes. Sometimes I need to be corrected. Okay? Um oh. I wanted to thank my fantastic photographer Lindsey Byrnes, because she photographed me for the logo. 30 photo. Pardon me. It's a wonderful thank you. Well, she allowed me to use it, so I just wanted to give her a shout outs. And if you're right, and I just said, uh I look like Ernest Borgnine in person. But look what Lindsey Byrnes did self effacing Leah Port. Yes, little joke. Little light hearted if you need a great photographer. She will even photograph Ernest Borgnine. Thank you apparently would look more like me. Yeah. Is that good? Um, consider tweeted. Ernest Borgnine was a wonderful actor. Some of us thought he was a nice looking man. We should leave comments about someone's looks off Twitter, dear. Oh,.
Dixie Fire Is Now 3rd-Largest Wildfire in California History
"Dixie Fire is now the third largest wildfire in state history grew by 100 Square Miles between last night and this morning larger than New York City. The fire has been burning for weeks, mostly in remote areas before carrying through the mountain community of Greenville earlier this week. No injuries or deaths have been reported. Hundreds of
Extreme Wildfires Force Thousands to Flee
"Claims, forcing thousands to evacuate the river fire pushed by dangerous winds and fueled by bone dry brush sweeping through two counties in northern California. 50 years of stuff is gone. The flames and wind forming this smoke NATO and taking aim at the town of Colfax over 75 buildings destroyed their this fire burned through here so fast and so hot and incinerated cars burned homes. And residents here playing this woman getting to repair its home just minutes before their house caught fire. I got him out of there, and we had to run and I have never seen a firestorm. This bad. The Dixie Fire in Northern California, turning skies Red in Lassen County and Susan Ville this after the fire, demolish the town of Greenville, Bitches got Like the saying goes all hell broke loose. The fire has burned for more than three weeks, engulfing an area the size of Los Angeles residents in Chester now fleeing their homes as the flames approach. It's devastating. Um it's really my first home. He took a load of stuff. So this is just sent in my house. With more than 88% of California. Experiencing extreme drought, wildfires have ravaged the state earning more than 656,000 acres. So far, the extreme conditions leading to Lake Oroville lowest
Town Burns to Ashes in Raging Northern California Wildfire
"Evacuees are assessing the damage is devastating wildfires continue to rage in California fire officials in northern California say at least one hundred homes and other buildings burned in the river fire that broke out in Colfax California Frank Robinson told KXTV what he saw after he was escorted to visit what remains of his home in the bear river valley is completely gone and all our neighbors great neighbors levels Colfax resident Donnie downs home survived the fire he says four of his neighbors weren't so lucky I saw the flames right there in the trees I was looking for my cat for a way to stink and long meanwhile in Greenville California a lifelong resident of Plumas county sheriff Todd Johns estimated that well over a hundred homes had burned in or near the town these fires are making tremendous runs it's one of one hundred active large fires burning in fourteen states in the west I'm Jennifer king
"greenville" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I mean he goodman in california powerful winds and dry conditions have caused several wildfires exploded in size including the massive dixie fire. Now the six largest in california history the fire north of sacramento almost completely burned downtown. Greenville and it's consumed an area larger than los angeles six of the largest ten wildfires. In california's history have happened. Since twenty twenty elsewhere in northern california officials shutdown hydroelectric power plant at lake oroville after the reservoir reached a record low level amidst a searing drought in greece. Thousands.
Wildfire Incinerates Historic California Town
"Massive wildfire that destroyed historic california town overnight continues burning out of control tonight. The dixie fire tore through the town of greeneville yesterday in new evacuation orders have now been issued for the surrounding area. Nbc news correspondent. Steve patterson has the latest on the devastation. Tonight a wildfires brad leaving another california town in greenville california destroyed a town of about eight hundred. That stood since the gold rush. It was scary. It was like you know. One of those Elliptic movies you see with fire and wind people going everywhere overnight. Those powerful red flag wins the dixie fire. Tearing through town you can see. The scope of the devastation. Residents were told to evacuate but not everybody. Did we'll firefighters are getting guns. Pulled out on them because people don't wanna evacuate at three hundred twenty two thousand acres. The dixie fire is now the size of los angeles and the sixth largest fire in california history more than sixty structures burned with the number expected to rise. There were a couple of towers of flame twice as always the trees just huge towers flame and tonight firefighters on the front lines of a new threat. That growing river fire is in an area that hasn't seen flames in one hundred years with drought brittle brush ready to ignite a plea for those in the past to evacuate. Should the time come on get allowed back in there. And it's either standing or as cash. That's one little hitters with the fire at the doorstep of another community another tense and uncertain night lies ahead.
California Wildfire Incinerates Historic Town of Greenville
"The Dixie Fire burning in Northern California is now the sixth largest in state history. It's burned over 322,000 acres, including much of a gold rusher, a town correspondent Jennifer King, reports. Northern California Dixie Wildfire tore through the quaint Sierra Nevada mountain town of Greenville, leaving much of the downtown in Ashes. Officials confirm some buildings were destroyed in a P photographer described seeing a gas station hotel and local bar burned to the ground. Footage from Wednesday night and early this morning showed fires still burning amid the husks of downtown buildings, some of which are more than a century old. The Dixie Fire has grown to over 428 Square Miles has been burning for three weeks across Plumas and Butte County's fire crews are bracing for another explosive run of flames, fed by bone, dry vegetation and 40 mile per
Raging Wildfire Destroys Much of California Gold Rush Town
"A raging wildfire has destroyed much of the California gold rush era towns northern California Dixie wildfire tore through the points you're in about about town of Greenville leaving much of the downtown in ashes officials confirm some buildings were destroyed an AP photographer describes seeing a gas station hotel and local bar burned to the ground footage from Wednesday night and early this morning should fire still burning amid the husks of downtown buildings some of which are more than a century old the Dixie fire has grown to over four hundred twenty eight square miles it's been burning for three weeks across Plumas and Butte counties fire crews are bracing for another explosive run of flames fed by bone dry vegetation and forty mile per hour wind gusts I'm Jennifer king
Firefighters Work Around the Clock as Wildfires Explode in California
"Town northeast of San Francisco. But now crews are and what they call life threat mode. This after many decided not to evacuate. Here's fire operations section chief Jake Kagel with the latest So earlier today, When I talked about Greenville, there was no imminent threat to Greenville Crews worked all day to go direct on this thing until it started getting active about four o'clock, so there was no activity in Greenville. Everything looked good until about 44 o'clock this afternoon. So crews are working in there. They're going to continue to have the staffing tonight, working all this area. So again, This is a reminder There's evacuations going on. We need to ensure it is imperative. You guys listen to these mandatory evacuations. Like I said, Right now, we can't protect the structures because we're trying to get people out of here because a lot of people chose to stay in here. This is a big problem that we're having. These are not the normal fires anymore. The normal used to be and I know a lot of you have fire history here. You understand what's going on in here? And But the fire is not burning the way it is the way the fuels conditions are the way the red flags are. It's just intense fire behavior, and it's not what we're used to. So, um, you need to make sure that you're minding those mandatory evacuations. You need to get out. Um, we can't be dealing with this and we want to protect life threat. That is our number one focus. But if you guys are in there, we can't do our job. The differs us from going in there, so please. Listen to those mandatory evacuations. We want to keep you guys safe and try to protect your structures in there and do the best we can. But if we're having to protect the life threat, that's that's that's not what we want to be. That's not where we want to be doing. As of a 20 Last night, it was more than 278,000 acres have been burned. 35% contained that destruction coming amid a red flag warning issued by forecasters, warning of hot bone dry conditions, wind gusts of up to 40 MPH. That is bad news. It could drive flames that through timber
"greenville" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"Are welcome into another episode of candy coaches conversations. I'm jeff goodman We got charlton young my partner in crime here in. We've got another group of good assistant coaches. In addition we had to get a veteran recruiting guy for this episode. We came up with with the oldest one that i could find eric bossy director national. What what's your title now. Eric director of basketball for twenty four seven sports. There you go there you go So happy to have you on the topic. Today is kind of getting back on the road for for coaches being back on the road after a year off and not only being on the road and maybe share some stories but also the impact. Not being on. The road will have on college basketball this year. But i wanna talk to all you guys about. Maybe the recruiting model Any suggestions you guys have any going forward. But without further ado. Let's go around the room like we usually do. See why we'll start top left corner from jimmy williams Jimmy good to have you on. Hey thanks for having me. Honest is a great group of guys when you invited me to come out. You sent me. The list. Coaches on your. I got so excited. Because it's going to see so many faces topic near and dear to all of our hearts with brooding I'm looking forward to seeing a lot of these guys on the screen in person and then a jam finding again. Jimmy gives quick quick twenty-second background about you. So this'll be my fourth year here at furman barbara. She got the job here and he and i were friends. I coached at a d. Two down the road north greenville university and he was an assistant here at furman when he got bumped up those relationships through recruiting and just being not far from each other and Gave me give me a and offer me a job and it was a complete. No brainer love it here in. Greenville love it here. Furman and obviously we do things with our recruiting a little bit different some excited to get different ideas and kind of share how we do things..
VP Kamala Harris Urges People to Get Vaccinated During Visit to Greenville
"President Kamala Harris visiting South Carolina, urging more Americans to get vaccinated as a month of action continues aimed at getting at least one covid shot to 70% of U. S adults. By July, 4th the vaccines. Let me say it again. Are safe. They are safe. And they are free. They are effective from. The administration's appeal coincides with more incentives and giveaways and more walking events focusing on the south, where vaccination rates have lagged
"greenville" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Good morning. It is 807 here on the code, a radio program. It is Thursday. It is gloomy outside, but, you know That's kind of the week in general, and it's a busy week and it started, uh over the last weekend on the on the campaign side with The GOP convention in Greenville, and I want to start there with her guest, former congressman and current Senate candidate, Mark Walker. Mark. Good morning to you. How are you doing today? Sir Casey, I'm doing pretty well. How you guys doing? Pretty good. Um, you know it was I actually texted you. I texted you, Ted and Pat. All while I was literally watching the president the United States. And basically said, Okay, That was interesting. So I guess my question is. Did you expect that Trump was going to endorse a candidate at the GOP convention was that on people's radar, I guess probably on Ted's radar, but Did you think that that was going to be a thing there? No. In fact, it wasn't on Ted's radar, either. He found out 15 minutes before I knew when Martin Meadows had arrived. We were not expecting him, according to the chairman, Michael Whiteley, as well, the GOP chairman here in North Carolina. I think it is something that Mr Meadows arranged and orchestrated. But I think it was a surprise to all of us in meeting with the president about a month ago, I think he was going to wait and see how the numbers But listen, we're certainly moving forward. One of the things I guess that was a little frustrating is that they withheld are huge victory of winning the the U. S Senate poll. Among the delicate these are the GOP chairman and women and activists across the state, and I wish they would have shared this information. They kept it under wraps, actually. Nearly two days We were able to leak a little bit. But out late Saturday evening, but for four hours before the president arrived, the poll had been completed. And I wish they would have shared that we want actually won 44% to Mr Budge 29% to Mr a former government that McCoy 17.5% of leave it was. I wish they would have shared those numbers because he might have hesitated a little bit. He might have got bad information. But that's that's his prerogative. We respect president and certainly enjoyed the four years we had to work very closely with him on many different policy issues. Yeah, and and I was going to roll into that, because absolutely the official straw poll at the convention there's there's no denying that she won that there. But even before that, Um, when you listen to just audience reaction, do you think people were reacting to who he selected or do you think they were reacting to what is every, you know? Donald Trump's a nontraditional guy? I think we all know that. Most of the time. You just don't see the upper echelon of the quote unquote parties weighing in this early in a primary. I mean, we're barely into this thing so Do you think that's where people were kind of wondering? Or what do you think the reaction from the audience at the time that he said That was about? Yeah, I know what the audience is A reaction because I was sitting at the there is close to the front. There was a little bit of a gas because It was a little unfair to President Trump. When Cook when you're going out there and you're endorsing someone, you're expecting a pretty positive reaction. He had no idea that he was endorsing someone that just four hours earlier. More than 70% of the audience voted for someone else, and I thought that was a little unfair to put him in that position, But you know, it's there's a little inside baseball inside politics with Mr Meadows and I When Madison Cawthorn Ran his race, Uh, mark and market. His wife, Mark Meadows and his wife had endorsed her best friend. They talked the president endorsing their best friend and I endorse Madison Cawthorn. And when Madison cawthorn one, I think 65 to 35 it create a little bit of a rift. We tried to work it out of time or two. But I I had expected Mr Meadows to lean on President Trump to come in, uh, for his friends specifically when we pushed back on on his wife's pick for for the U. S congress, But to be clear that was the to be clear. That was the primary. And that was, uh, real estate. A woman was in real estate, correct. And that was the primary. Yeah, that was that was correct. Primary last guess, yes. Early 2020 and our December 2020, actually. So so, yes, But look, we're doing well. We've got a We're getting ready to have a breaking news in about an hour hour and a half of a huge endorsement. So we're excited about about that and continue to travel across the street and get it done. So what? What do you think? Because this is where this is where it continues to be unusual because a lot of times once you get that endorsement In your usually your very late in the game, and that's kind of the catalyst to start clearing the field, but almost immediately after Macquarie, said a press release house Out. Basically, it was just him slamming Ted buds record, which is pretty standard politics stuff. You issued a statement here the other day. I tweeted part of that out. Um so talked, talked me through the decision to not look at the endorsement as a an exit ramp, but rather a ramp up to fight. Why do you make that decision? And how do you think you're going to be victorious in the face of that endorsement? Well, I think number one having it this early and doing it to maybe about a friend with Mr Meadows of Mr Trump. I think it gives us time gives people time. Look at the different record. We are rated Mrs. Our own numbers were rated the number one pro Trump America. First conservative of the entire delegation. US delegation in all of North Carolina. I think people will recognize that they'll also see the contrast of our work in all communities. Not only did we have 100% conservative score with Heritage Action We are unique in.
Trump Lashes Out at Biden, China and Fauci in 90-Minute Tirade at GOP Convention
"For 90, minutes, blasting President Biden and those who doubted his coronavirus. Wuhan, China lab, Lee claim Remarks at the GOP convention dinner in Greenville, North Carolina. Last night again 90 minutes, Republicans getting an earful there as Trump blasting President Biden for the chaos at the southern border. Trump telling the crowd. You look at our border. It's wide open. Illegal immigration is skyrocketing at a level we've never seen before. Also trump with these words for Dr Fauci. He's a great promoter, but he's not a great doctor. Kamala Harris, Harris, By By By the the the way, way, way, will will will be be be visiting visiting visiting
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on the Hook for $700m in Loans
"Virginia governor. Jim justice is on the hook for seven hundred million dollars worth of loans. His businesses took from the now defunct finance firm green silk capital. According to people familiar with the arrangements justice personally guaranteed the loans on behalf of bluestone resources his sprawling network of coal companies. The bluestone companies were one of the largest borrowers from greenville which package the loans and sold them to swiss banking giant credit. Suisse credit suisse is now trying to recoup its money. Neither a spokesman for mr justice nor lawyers for bluestone responded to requests for comment in march bluestone brought a lawsuit in a new york. Federal court alleging greenfield committed fraud in its lending
"greenville" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Groups that are doing a family day and the champion school over picnic area wherever that may be kind of helping making sure everything's set up and as ready as we can be gates open and really pretty similar to send gonna run around putting fires there. Make sure everyone's doing whatever i can do to make sure that here. Once first pitch happens you get to relax and watch baseball. Usually once kind of all all of our people are kind of running events. Run itself if you will usually around the second or third inning. I'm pretty much done for the most part i can kick back. Come up Press box watch a couple of innings up there and joyce macy is always key by it once we get it the second third inning can usually the most gonna kick back watch the game and you almost always a major perk of the coordinator. Obviously you like baseball. You got got plenty of it watch. That's awesome timmy. Me for you. do you get a break ever. I mean. I think it helps that our. Gm is a big baseball fan because one of the first things he told me. was you know. He encourages us to take a few innings. And if we can wants things kind of settle in like during the game especially if you have family like i told you before i got a couple of boys and my wife is well. That's in town here and so they come to a game here and there than than if you ain't within like in the stands or whatever on game day we always like to stay ahead of the game operations because the one thing is you'll never know pop up like literally. Almost anything can happen on a game day. That could really absorb your entire afternoon so we try to work ahead so that if nothing does come up then yeah you're kind of you're doing a few things and you're waiting for the right time to do the other things and in that time you're just kind of hanging out. You know pacing yourself a little bit 'cause whether it be four games in a row or this year we have twelve games in a row. It's it's a it's a marathon sprint on game days. Yes what about your game days. Was that look like for non game days. Like i said before we get a lot more of our bigger projects in so power-washing big one especially right now with all the pollen is crazy greg. My boss told me just yesterday. Sent me a picture. They're supposed to be like a half inch of pollen in this area in the next couple days. But that's a big one of the whole ballpark. paining Working with contractors is another big one whether it be electrical or or whatever it may be and then like i said before scheduling or managing the game day staff. A big part of that is is scheduling. So it's kind of a big puzzle because you have to fit people's availability typically secondary job that works on her game day save so fitness availability paired with having the right personnel in the right spots on bigger days..
Police: 2 Protesters Hit, Driver Charged in North Carolina
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a driver has been charged after allegedly striking two protesters with her vehicle in North Carolina authorities in Elizabeth city North Carolina say a white woman has been charged with using her vehicle to strike two black women protesters during a March against last month's police shooting of an unarmed black man forty one year old Lisa o'quinn of Greenville faces two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill by use of a motor vehicle and related charges investigators are also looking into the possibility of Quinn's actions constituting a hate crime the incident took place Monday evening police say the two women who were struck were treated at a hospital and released hi Mike Rossio
Trump to Speak at North Carolina GOP Convention on June 5
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting former president trump will speak at the North Carolina GOP convention in June former president Donald Trump will speak in person at the North Carolina Republican Party convention next month party officials say trump will deliver remarks at the June fifth convention dinner in Greenville a spokeswoman for the N. C. G. O. P. says trump's speech will be closed to the media and journalists will not be able to view it via live stream or alternate forms trump's last significant public speech was in February at the conservative political action conference convention in Florida micron CEO Washington it is far from being over
"greenville" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"You are. Well, Miranda Lambert for you. They're so big money to go see Miranda, and she's a Billy Bob Saturday. Is that right? Saturday and Sunday is the 4th and 5th of her sold out shows, which is all part of this huge 40th anniversary celebration they're doing. They also have a wound, which we just came in with a bumper music. Delamere Brothers is tonight and this is the third time I believe the Bellamy Brothers have been there since they reopened fur coat from covert last like August, so they're around a lot, but they put on a great show I saw them a few years ago. And I tell you I was far and away the youngest person that Billy Bob's that night and the entire crowd was singing along toe. Honey, Do I love it? Look, his love is good. I look like her song is it was pretty comical. The good times. Yeah, that Zoe and you're right. They got a bunch of great singalongs. Hang on. Let's check traffic cause there's a lot more still get to Ajay battle first. So here's Money Cookman. Still seeing those delays making your way long 6 35 westbound from Garland Road all the way over to Greenville. Average problems a car fire. They're grateful Avenue that's actually up on Greenville Avenue itself, and 67 was found a red bird. Only the right lane gets by for a car fire there. W B A P First traffic on the ones I'm Monica. This report is brought to you by the North Texas dealer Association. Cars, trucks, SUVs cutting technology. You can drive. Get behind the wheel and get under the hood with a career in automotive technology, go to n t x dot com to find out how you can live your passion, a career as an automotive tech Both these freeze around But still we've got some showers around. Maybe nicely to thunderstorms. Certainly nothing like yesterday Morning 1.41 inches of rain officially.
"greenville" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"What what the hat looks like. Let's go to flip it around. Brick was flipping around so for this watching on youtube. There it is right there. Yes for those of you listening. Who don't have the privilege of the visual lists explain it really quick. The visor itself. Is this really nice. Powdered blue the crown. The two front panels on the crown of white the per- the subsequent or back. Four pan rest. The crowd bright bright pink. The islets are white. The squashy is that same powder blue and then on the front. You'll see really really of the reedy river is the frog that is the principal logo here in that bright. Bright lime green outlined in a very pronounced gold. He's wearing a pink cap which is iconic now because this cap is pink and then he's got very distinct look on his face but if you'll notice Under his white jaw. It's baseball stitched. Brad and there are tests that are not crossed but they look like frog legs. The do and you know i. It was funny talking to was a roxie who was working at the team store there. Yeah yes right roxy so. She had very strong opinions about last year's hat. Thought that looks like a worm. Flying did not like it at all but love. that's right. She was so happy to give it to dig through boxes for a so kind to find the right sizes and to to sell these ads to us and it was. It was great. Ed which he finally like brought them to us right. Oh yeah those are outstanding. This is one of my favorites one of my new favorites. Love it so yep. She had to call. She had to call her boss while we were there and say okay. We've got these guys here. They just didn't interview with the other two people and will announce their names when we do the episode but they just in an interview for their podcast called baseball together Can i. They heard about our copa hats. Can i sell them copa hats and they said they made us promise that we'd wait at least a whole week So we verified that the these hats are now on sale on the greenville drives website. So if you go to 'em. ilb store dot com slash collections. Or you go to the greenville. Drive team store. You can find them there..
Texas Teacher Suspended Over ‘Staged Photo’ With Foot on Black Student’s Neck
"A North Texas school district is investigating a photo showing a teacher with a foot on the neck of a black student. Greenville, I, SD Superintendent, Dr Demetrios Liggins told parents he's sorry about the highly upsetting photo and promises the district police in treating everyone with respect. Liggins noted. The photo was staged but has not released any context so
"greenville" Discussed on The Ortho Show
"In that was i would finish At high you finish my script. But it's actually nice to be able to empathize with athletes. don't go. Well you know like when you have a problem you have to stop playing in like you know when you're telling those young athletes like listen. I know how you feel like. I know how bad this sucks to not be able to play your forty more because you have this injury but like life does go on like and you will learn from this and this will be a lesson for you and also just having a bunch of surges. Knowing what that feels like hasn't been. I do shoulder elbow surgeon. I've had a bunch of my own so that helped me a ton to be able to to be hurt. It sucked when you twenty twenty one years old. And you know you're done but you know to be an adult now and be able to go back and emphasized that those kids great. Yes med school. And i like everybody else out. You go interview as many places as you can. And i remember. I interviewed in greenville south carolina and i remember the old the chairman there went to the citadel in. He recommended that. I read this book from pat. Calm right. I already read a bunch of books by pat conroy. Anyway in high school and he was called my losing season. And i went and read..
"greenville" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying
"Oh here we are doing the black history month thing again you get. Somebody wants to pass legislature in arkansas to take it away. It's just like seeing. Let's just take the other eleven months away from you know from african american society and let's let's see how they like that. So it's i'm sorry. Please continue to humboldt the multi. Ask you a question with yes From stony saint pockets. Get for if arkansas were to take it away right. What would that change for the mass of america you. Here's the thing up north. We have stories like a like im- until now we had a mutual friend of ours when we first started out doing our podcast. He wasn't aware of the im- until situation so bringing light to things that you know people within african american community doesn't know with like you're like you're erasing and important part of history. So what harm is it doing having highlighted african american history or black history in his case irish history. Why why is there. Such a knee to erase a segment of the population in terms of our history. We're not being taught properly in my opinion in the schools on minority histories in the limited black history month led. Why what harm. Is it making us aware so in other words in say the whole george floyd incident is just going to be next so might just. There's gonna be lost history. Why am i being penalized because of my skin. Okay yeah you may be getting tired of it but you wanna won't. Somebody wanted to comment. I wanted to say something real quick. But we're we're in twenty twenty one. We're not in the nineties or eighties anymore. i don't let the school dictate what my kids will hurt. My kids are learning about irene. Morgan you know because everyone mentions rosa parks in the recently found out about climate kovic. But there were four or five black women. Before claudette coleman colon and irene morgan was one of them. She was in the forties. Who fought a sheriff. Who wouldn't she refused to sit in the back of the best and so i'm not we. We have the internet. We can't say or what they're not doing. What are we doing. What are we what are we doing to teach. Our children are maces are nephews or grandkids. We have to do that. I'm from california. I'd learn more about native american mexican history than anything else unlike an expert. Because that's what. They focused on. Because i was in southern california but also. My parents taught me about the black panthers. My parents taught me about the civil rights movement because they were for this out and they moved to california but were in the midst of jim..
"greenville" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"greenville" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"For this? One of the available J. There's a fuse. The 31 to 46 is a few left on the reserve. There was many left on the general mission, which is 19. And it's tomorrow night 10 o'clock and in case y'all don't remember he won the 10th season of American Idol. That's kind of where he came on the scene and he's out for the Newmans Love child. He does look like our effort. He knew that is for sure. One other thing, there's there's a new sports bar. The timing on that I thought was interesting Opening in Dallas, Have you read up on this at all? What kind of yet Here's the deal. Kristy Sports Bar It was like the cheers of uptown resident sounds like 30 years on the Kenny Avenue. You know, it's for me. The uptown on McKinney Avenue can start for the Ritz Carlton is going down to the West Village. That's kind of a long will run bars, restaurants, you name it, and it was kind of the one that was there forever. Your places come and go, and it was there forever, and they closed last summer. You do to covert landlord issues. Whatever. And they re re opening over on Greenville. We're Slater's 50 50 used to be if you remember that Burger place and it's It's a really good weekend. They're doing grand opening and they have the economy. Gregor Dustin 48 fights tomorrow night. And that's you know, that's on Fire Island Big UFC fight and they're having table reservations. If you don't know that, and then also, they're doing a big Sunday. Funny thing for the conference championship games. So like it's what Tampa Bay in Green Bay and then can't sit in Buffalo. So it sounds like it's gonna be a really good week to actually open a sports bar. And so it's really cool, too, because there's so many people in Dallas love and that's kind of why I'm itching and I know Let back When I started coming on here. We should talk about restaurants and bars a lot more with you now, But I thought this was kind of good news and my make people happy. All right. Good deal. Jake was appreciated. Very nice, Fun weekend. Follow me on Twitter at the famous J here, and it is time for money cooking traffic right now. You had a few problems scattered around the one on I 45 growth down Pennsylvania Avenue cleared off to the shoulder sluggish back to Lamar Than what all Rogers eastbound of Pearl. It looks like that one finally cleared. 75 North bound Gallatin Parkway H o V Lane still taken away south and in that same area looks like left lanes blocked up. I 35 w South to Westport Parkway and Fort Worth got only the left lane getting by for that crash. W B A P first traffic on the ones I'm Monte Cook brought to you by Echo Park Dallas. What's the best way to buy your next car? Thousands below the market shop. Echo park dot com At Echo Park calm you get the price and with all the taxes and fees trade in value and their lowest financing rates on hundreds of vehicles still under factory warranty. Echo Park, Dallas, formerly driver Select From there over to the AP Weather Center We're gonna be cloudy with the patchy fog moving on to the South this morning on day 55 for the high this afternoon alone tonight, 48 more fog tomorrow morning and then the high of 58.
"greenville" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The head of all the Avengers sitting at the desk. I'm not kidding you. You gotta hear this clip. I mean, well. The funniest comments I saw last night on TV came when somebody said We're in for a raucous four years. Now, this is Joe Biden waiting for it to get dubbed over here, Guys. I need the clip before we go to Joey and talk a little bit about a great event in the upstate yesterday, and we're going to change gears considerably. With melancholy and, um, acknowledgment of a a hero, law enforcement officer in Greenville County, South Carolina, Greenville County Sheriff's Deputy Conley jumper who was been loved a big bear of a guy and yesterday, our foundation director Joey Hudson, who's the morning host in the morning answer. 94 5 Wgt Que the answer in South Carolina had an opportunity to visit with the family, and we're very excited to share with you. One of the latest, um Achievements of your generosity. But before we do that, before we go to Joey in South Carolina, the collar a moment ago, was referring to Joe Biden sitting at the desk last night. That was a long day for him. And you're not going on 80. You gotta pace yourself and it was morning noon night. He's here. He's there. I want to be. You know, I'm gonna be a president for all the people unity, unity, unity, and here he was at his desk. With a stack full of executive orders that is going that will undo Much of President Trump's accomplishments and achieve achievements in the first in his four years and, incidentally, you might want to get a list of those achievements of President Trump's 10 year as president. A lot of people have texted the keyword trump toe 1 806 556453. That's the my Pillowtex line. If you text the keyword Trump to that, to our number will send you back that list of Trump's accomplishments and achievements. Many of which you're going to be undone by the bite administration now so far. One of the accomplishments will not be undone, which is significant for us here a team Gallagher as I understand it, Biden does not plan to move the embassy in Jerusalem back to Tel Aviv. So there's that. Got. We're going to cling to some of the things that maybe can be inspirational. Anyway, the caller was talking about Poor Joe sitting into the over at the Oval Office desk. This is what it sounded like. Rebuild our economy as well. You're just all starting points on board. We're gonna in the process of rebuilding economy. Do what I said throughout the can't campaign and well running that.
"greenville" Discussed on 710 WOR
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