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Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul

"The captain of the first grain ship to arrive out of Ukraine under an international agreement spoke to reporters at the dock in turkey Ahmet Eugene Ali Baylor is the man at the helm of the polar net of Turkish flagship that em loaded cargo at the Ukrainian port of chana Moors before the Russian invasion in February He says this sad incident happened war broke out in the port was under blockade by the Ukrainian military They were finally able to leave on Friday forming a convoy with two other ships in a harbor guide near Odessa then followed a predetermined 17 leg route through dangerous corridors that had been cleared and deemed The latitudes longitudes and positions were provided by the joint coordination center They arrived at the Turkish port of Dorinda today with the 12,000 ton load of grain The first of a dozen ships authorized to sail under the deal between Ukraine and Russia brokered by turkey and the United Nations I'm Jennifer King

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Taliban claim they unaware of al-Qaida leader in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Taliban claim they unaware of al-Qaida leader in Afghanistan

"The Taliban government claims they didn't know about the top Al-Qaeda leader living in their capital The Islamic emirate of Afghanistan's commission for cultural affairs had issued a statement condemning Sunday's drone attack on a residential home in Kabul Today the Taliban said they are investigating what they described as claims that Al-Qaeda chief amen Al warri was killed In a statement the group says that it has no knowledge of aswar's arrival and residents in Afghanistan the Taliban had promised in the 2020 Doha agreement that they would not harbor Al-Qaeda members or those seeking to attack the U.S. but U.S. officials say the home belonged to interior minister ajdin Haqqani the deputy head of the Taliban who heads the Haqqani network and insurgent group that's been fighting in the country since at least the Soviet invasion in 1979 Jennifer King Washington

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Hunt on for gunman who killed 2 in wave of 7-Eleven holdups

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Hunt on for gunman who killed 2 in wave of 7-Eleven holdups

"A deadly crime spree at 6 7 11 stores in Southern California on Monday which was 7 11 day in police say that's not a coincidence Police are searching for the same lone gunman in several of what brea police captain Phil Rodriguez calls robberies that turned into homicides About a 100% sure but we feel confident that it is the same suspect Two people killed three wounded by the gunman who authorities have surveillance video of And we are asking the public the public's help and identifying that person The robberies began around midnight at a 7 11 in Ontario then upland in riverside a customer was shot in Santa Anna and brea workers were killed and in the harbor 5 hours after it all began to were injured by gunshots I'm Julie Walker

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Tucker Carlson Shuts Down Ben Smith

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Tucker Carlson Shuts Down Ben Smith

"Describes it, Ben Smith spends ten minutes trying to convince the world the Tucker Carlson is a racist, it did not go well. But I have been watching your show a lot. And you spend a lot of time laughing about labels that are thrown at you. Racist, white supremacists, the most host of the most racist show in the history of cable television. Actually, I'd rather not ask you about the labels, but sort of give you an opportunity to talk about what you believe. And to begin with, do you believe white people are superior to other races? No. Of course not. And the funny thing is that there are a lot of limits that he has no question there. And just to put it a little differently before you respond, which is do you think that do you think that white people have more of a claim on America in any way? Do you think that white people have some claim on America that people of other races don't? Of course not. I mean, first of all, I'm a Christian, so I think God made everybody and therefore everyone has equal value in his eyes. That's the essential value of every person is the same. But the idea that I harbor some sort of deep racial animus is like, I mean, I think there are a lot of criticisms you could level at me. I think sometimes I overstate case, I get pissed. I can be very nasty. You've been on the receiving end of that. I know you can vouch for that. But the idea that if you were to look at my texts or listen to my personal conversations or read my mind, you would find no instance where I'm like, I'm bad at black people. 100% of the people that I met at are well educated white liberals. In my mind, the sort of architecture person I don't like is like a 38 year old female white lawyer with a barren personal life. That's who yells at me on airport. And so I always think people are like, you're racist. Okay. Okay.

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'Q-Force' Canceled at Netflix After 1 Season

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:47 min | Last month

'Q-Force' Canceled at Netflix After 1 Season

"Fans of the Netflix show Q force. Have you seen this shit show? Fans of Q course Q force are very unhappy to learn that the animated series isn't being renewed for a second season. To ten part show, it is follow us again, it's Netflix. So get ready. It follows a group of queer, super spies known as queer force and the voices are done by Wanda Sykes, David Harbour, and Patti Harrison. The second to you probably don't know, but you don't want the Sykes. I understand getting the paycheck. I get it. What the fuck? But last month, the writer and the voice actor Matt Rogers revealed that Q force didn't get a second season, and that left a lot of fans angry and people watched the trailer and learned about the news and of course they vented on social media, people said, Netflix isn't asshole streaming service Q forced deserves better. Somebody else wrote, fuck you, bring back you forest while at third cent Q force was genuinely good. After you fix a fourth person actually said, apparently Netflix canceled Q force, what the F what the F what the F? People really love this show. I've never seen it, and I never will. Please bring back Q force. I'm just finding out they canceled it. I just go, my boyfriend, and to watching this, I need more to force is everything to me. I mean, people go bananas.

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Adam Schiff Cries Wolf, Says He Has 'Evidence' Once Again

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | Last month

Adam Schiff Cries Wolf, Says He Has 'Evidence' Once Again

"Here he is again Jim cue up for me cut 5 he's on CNN with this past weekend and one of the weekend shows something like that Adam Schiff he's on with Dana bash Saying again he definitely has evidence this time January 6th the insurrection worse than Pearl Harbor Worse than 9 11 Jim he has evidence this time Just like he had evidence of all the other stuff I'll play in a second too But this time he definitely has evidence now Check this out We'll include evidence about Trump electors in battleground states who submitted fake Electoral College ballots even though Trump lost these states that we're talking about We have already heard that campaign officials Trump campaign officials were involved in that Do you have evidence that the former president himself Was involved Yes who will show evidence of the president's involvement in this scheme We'll also again show evidence about what his own lawyers came to think about this game Now reading Adam Schiff with the meatloaf what is he doing back there theory for Adam Schiff Adam Schiff doesn't have meatloaf Adam shares doing nothing back there He's just making all this stuff up Whatever Adam Schiff says you do the dipsy do flip a roo right You turn the story on its head and it's probably true Meaning if adds very simple rule to apply it's not complicated on advanced trigonometry If Adam Smith says he has evidence of Trump collusion for an insurrection it means watch him That Adam Smith has no evidence whatsoever of Trump's involvement in this alleged insurrection That's what it means Take it to the bank cash that check sped that money This guy doesn't have a shred of evidence Why And basing that on this shocking thing Jim called evidence

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Liz Cheney's Contradictions About January 6

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Liz Cheney's Contradictions About January 6

"Liz Cheney The biggest fraud in the history of Congress the biggest fake and phony a woman who will say anything to stay in power Who is delivering an opening statement saying two completely contradictory things And nobody gets it Nobody gets it Except if you listen to this show the premise of the January 6th star chamber right Has been too completely entirely contradictory ideas And I don't hear anyone other than the people on this show talking about it What are those two ideas Well the January 6th star chamber on one hand is telling you this was a planned insurrection Jim the most dangerous day since the Civil War Pearl Harbor 9 11 all of it Most dangerous day ever the insurrection of his plan the Proud Boys Chewbacca guy The QAnon shaman although that may be the same guy The guy sitting on the floor when the cop came into the Senate chamber hey man are you okay Yeah I'm okay just try to keep that guy Dave dainties people were in They were taking the country over Taking it over With no weapons Chewbacca guy Chewbacca guy was taking the country over with the Proud Boys They were there It was like fort Sumter man Pearl Harbor Was like some of all fears they had of nuclear weapon in a Coke machine somewhere So you told this was the deadliest insurrection in American history Deadliest And then on the other hand is anybody caught this They tell you Donald Trump is definitely a fault The inside of the whole thing I don't understand You understand how both of those stories can't exist at the same time right There's zero sum one takes from the other

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"harbor  " Discussed on The Slowdown

The Slowdown

06:02 min | 2 months ago

"harbor " Discussed on The Slowdown

"I'm always fascinated by how poems can hit us in different ways at different times. The poem that I need often shows up just when I need it. And sometimes a poem that I thought I didn't love suddenly becomes my favorite. I remember being influenced by what others thought was cool to be reading in graduate school. It wasn't cool to be reading Mary Oliver, but I loved Mary Oliver. I was a little embarrassed by how much I liked Frank O'Hara, when everyone thought I should be reading more ashbury. And I wanted very much to like ashbury. But I liked Lucille Clifton Moore, and read her on the subway, and then hid her in my backpack before our craft seminars on Milton and Merrill. Now, I don't have those fears as much. And I give poems more of a chance. Things that were harder for me back then, I have more patience for now. This spring, some friends and I read self portrait in a convex mirror by John ashbury, over Zoom, slowly, over many months. And you know what? I loved it. Reading it out loud, the patience, everyone took with the sections, I was hooked. That's something I'll always love about poetry. The more time you spend with it, the more it deepens your understanding, and sometimes your attachment to the work. As a younger adult, how was I supposed to comprehend those poems that were so steeped in political rage or historical trauma or the recognition of mortality? I didn't know those subjects well enough to appreciate them. And now, I'm ready for those poems because I know those topics intimately. But also, as I've aged, I have more time for tenderness. For the poems that are so earnest, they melt your spine a little. I have decided that I am here in this world to be moved by love, and to let myself be moved by beauty. I will defend an earnest poem. I will defend beauty. Life is short. Let's read beautiful things. Cry at the poem you once thought was silly. Let's give ourselves permission to be less cool and more open to the opportunity of being changed by art. Today's poem honors how poems can change for you over the years and how sometimes that change is just what we need. Reading, at Friday harbor, by Patricia, home unique. After Arya aber. Do I want more music from language? Curled into myself against a floor to ceiling window. I laugh about the Yeti poem, cry over her 1996 speech, whatever inspiration is, it's born from a continuous I don't know. I read it in English. In Polish school, I did not like her work. I did not want to admit how much I don't know. How many fields of oil burning. The everlasting snow, melting, I'm watching an eagle, perched for the hunt, white headed metronome, wrapped, still, I ask for song. Unspooling and sound. How can I trust myself? When I am so seduced by beauty. Scenic lookout. Hot women on Instagram. Denim Skye, muscle of petals. I am not singing, says the eagle. A tired roar, crowds my mouth. When we drive down sweet, pea lane. Gabby says, so sweet, it makes my teeth hurt. I write it down. This slowdown is a production of American public media. In partnership with the poetry foundation. To get a poem delivered to you daily, go to slow down show dot org and sign up for our newsletter. Find us on Instagram and Twitter at slow down, show. The slowdown is written by me, Ada limon. It is produced by Micah, kilborn. Our music is by hannes Brown. Engineering by Cameron Wiley. Production health by susannah sharpless, Ryan lore, and James Napoli. Our executive producer and editor is Beth Perlman. Our executives in charge of APM studios are Chandra kavat, Alex schaffert, and.

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Washington Commanders' Jack Del Rio Fined for Jan. 6 Comments

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Washington Commanders' Jack Del Rio Fined for Jan. 6 Comments

"The head coach of the Washington commanders of course they command nothing Put out a statement today that's Ron Rivera About coach Del Rio Del Rio was a fantastic football player He was a coach in his own right It's a very good man as a matter of fact So they need to destroy him So he says at a press conference Something he's not allowed to say He went against the mouse program I believe in equity I believe in social justice I believe in environmental justice I'm a white supremacist I agree with everything they tell me to say January 6th was worse Than the Attack on Pearl Harbor So the head coach the Washington commanders Ron Rivera puts out the following statement This morning I met with coach Del Rio to express how disappointed I am in his comments on Wednesday His comets do not reflect the organization's views and are extremely hurtful to our great community here in the DMV That would be Washington Maryland and Virginia More like the DMZ As we saw last night in the hearings is this guy a football coach As we saw last night in the hearings what did we see last night coach Rivera What happened on the capitol on January 6th was an act of domestic terrorism

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Reflecting on Ronald Reagan's Memorial Day Speech

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Reflecting on Ronald Reagan's Memorial Day Speech

"And another speech that Reagan gave during this time and at a moral day speech, he talks about those individuals and I want to emphasize what he sort of talks about here. He talks about it being an Arlington that a sharecropper son who became a hero to lonely people. Joe Lewis came from nowhere, but he knew how to fight. And he galvanized the nation in the days after Pearl Harbor, when he put on the uniform of his country and said, I know we'll win because we're on God's side. Audie Murphy is here. Audie Murphy of the wild wild courage for what else for what else would you call it when a man balanced the top of a disabled tank stops an enemy advance saves lives, rallies his man and all of it single handedly. When he radioed for artillery support and was asked how close the enemy was to his positions, he said, wait a minute, I'll let you speak to them. These are the stories he brought these up. And I think it's really interesting that he made these in his speech about Memorial Day about the life that they

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Russia hits eastern towns amid hopes for more evacuations

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Russia hits eastern towns amid hopes for more evacuations

"The the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian military military military military has has has has unleashed unleashed unleashed unleashed artillery artillery artillery artillery fire fire fire fire on on on on towns towns towns towns in in in in eastern eastern eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine leaving leaving leaving leaving thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of civilians civilians civilians civilians dead dead dead dead and and and and wounded wounded wounded wounded Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces also also also also began began began began storming storming storming storming the the the the apple apple apple apple style style style style steel steel steel steel plants plants plants plants in in in in the the the the besieged besieged besieged besieged town town town town of of of of merry merry merry merry you you you you pull pull pull pull the the the the plant plant plant plant was was was was harboring harboring harboring harboring the the the the last last last last pockets pockets pockets pockets of of of of Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian resistance resistance resistance resistance where where where where an an an an estimated estimated estimated estimated two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers will will will will hold hold hold hold up up up up well well well well thirties thirties thirties thirties in in in in the the the the eastern eastern eastern eastern Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk region region region region accounted accounted accounted accounted the the the the death death death death toll toll toll toll is is is is over over over over twenty twenty twenty twenty people people people people the the the the highest highest highest highest number number number number of of of of nine nine nine nine fraternities fraternities fraternities fraternities since since since since an an an an attack attack attack attack on on on on a a a a local local local local train train train train station station station station killed killed killed killed at at at at least least least least fifty fifty fifty fifty nine nine nine nine people people people people in in in in ninety ninety ninety ninety April April April April adding adding adding adding pressure pressure pressure pressure Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow the the the the European European European European union's union's union's union's leader leader leader leader called called called called on on on on the the the the block block block block to to to to ban ban ban ban Russian Russian Russian Russian oil oil oil oil imports imports imports imports and and and and anyway anyway anyway anyway sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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The first cruise ship in two years sails into Sydney harbour

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

The first cruise ship in two years sails into Sydney harbour

"The the the the first first first first cruise cruise cruise cruise ship ship ship ship to to to to dock dock dock dock in in in in Sydney Sydney Sydney Sydney Australia Australia Australia Australia in in in in two two two two years years years years sailed sailed sailed sailed into into into into the the the the city's city's city's city's harbor harbor harbor harbor uhhuh uhhuh uhhuh explore explore explore all all all by by by piano piano piano Australia Australia Australia arrive arrive arrive carrying carrying carrying just just just crew crew crew it it it could could could welcome welcome welcome close close close to to to two two two thousand thousand thousand passengers passengers passengers and and and is is is operated operated operated by by by nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty four four four staff staff staff members members members at at at full full full capacity capacity capacity there there there were were were plenty plenty plenty of of of potential potential potential passengers passengers passengers like like like Cory Cory Cory Martin Martin Martin at at at the the the harbor harbor harbor I've I've I've grown grown grown up up up with with with cruising cruising cruising not not not really really really love love love them them them it's it's it's actually actually actually great great great to to to have have have him him him back back back and and and I'm I'm I'm extremely extremely extremely keen keen keen to to to get get get on on on them them them again again again so so so today today today is is is really really really just just just a a a day day day of of of celebrating celebrating celebrating cruise cruise cruise ships ships ships have have have not not not been been been allowed allowed allowed to to to dock dock dock in in in Australia Australia Australia since since since thirty thirty thirty passengers passengers passengers died died died on on on the the the ruby ruby ruby princess princess princess two two two years years years ago ago ago at at at the the the start start start of of of the the the corona corona corona virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic travel travel travel agent agent agent Dianne Dianne Dianne Martin Martin Martin is is is ready ready ready to to to get get get to to to work work work the the the last last last two two two years years years I I I have have have been been been doing doing doing refunds refunds refunds and and and cancellations cancellations cancellations and and and all all all those those those sort sort sort of of of things things things so so so it it it is is is just just just so so so nice nice nice they they they have have have to to to be be be talking talking talking about about about creating creating creating a a a strikeout strikeout strikeout the the the Pacific Pacific Pacific explores explores explores first first first cruise cruise cruise is is is scheduled scheduled scheduled for for for may may may thirty thirty thirty first first first I I I bet bet bet Donahue Donahue Donahue

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A highlight from Forgiveness A Key To Your Deliverance

Live Behind The Veil

15:25 min | 4 months ago

A highlight from Forgiveness A Key To Your Deliverance

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Do you have a heart of forgiveness or are you harboring things against yourself and your neighbor? I'm Ron your host, and on this podcast we reach into a heart of forgiveness in a deep understanding of what it means to forgive someone. Without a forgiving heart, we literally block everything as they got once to do for us and our very growth in God. The first thing you need is to have forgiveness for every one. Christ forgave, father forgive them they don't know what they're doing. And I think there are so many people out there who are carrying burdens because they have not forgiven somebody, they didn't free of their dad. They didn't forgive their mom. They didn't forgive their brother. They didn't forgive that stupid clown at the store that cut in front of them. They don't have that forgiveness in their heart. We should have forgiveness for everyone just as Christ did, where do you start? You start with yourself. That's a thing that Christ did. He started with himself. He showed us the path, each step he took, the first thing that we have to understand is your heart has to be right. In a few don't forgive somebody else, then you are harboring. Millstone around your neck. Your harboring a stumbling block. If I can't forgive myself, how can I forgive my neighbor? In time I should, I should sit down and say God, you and I have got to get this right. How can I pray for my brother if I don't first seek, forgiveness? If I have art against my brother, oh, you know, he ripped me off. But I'm going to pray for him anyway. Waste my breath, unless we do what you're saying. You know, that's a foundational block in us. That we're building on. And that's the foundation, block of forgiveness. Forgiveness is a great. That's a great starting point. It's an awesome starting point because I think a lot of people are stuck, they're thinking of forgiveness as if I forgive this person that means what they did was okay. But that's not true. I personally believe a lot of people don't understand the God's definition of forgiveness. And what that means to them because if they understood it, they'd be forgiven all over the place. Because there would be setting them free. Exactly. You know, and it's not excusing what someone's done. It's not saying, oh, we're going to be buddy buddy now. It's none of that. It's not even saying you agree. With them. It's a principle of God that when you forgive someone, it sets you free. It's such your life free. Boy, if you could get that across to people, if they get a revelation of that, because then they realize I'm harboring stuff to my own hurt. It's not hurting the other guy. He may have forgotten it a long time ago. And gone on, or not cared. Right, or not care. Yeah, it's the simplicity my goodness. And I think we can not. Give our lives until we got this step. Because if we're not a pure vessel, it doesn't matter what we do. We're going to be wrong. We have to have this forgiveness in such a depth you should say that again, Allen, because what you said there is a huge thing. You said, if we don't get this first step, whatever we do, how good we think we are, is wrong, because we're wrong, you can't give your life until you have this step because if you don't have full forgiveness for everybody as Christ did, if we don't have that, we're harboring something, there is a step in forgiveness that can be put either at the beginning or at the end, and that is thank you, lord. Because I think what we're talking about is we're talking about the grace of God. Without that, I never would have been able to walk on further with you. Forgiveness, it doesn't have to do with me agreeing or liking the individual. I don't have to agree with them. It's not part of the principle. The principle is, I forgive them, and there's an objectivity in it, because I'm setting myself free from any bonds, any hatred, I'm not harboring anything in my heart towards them. And I think as you get yourself free, goggles show you what he's doing. Yeah, I think part of it too is they don't understand what forgiveness is. They don't really understand what it means to forget. They think that forgiveness, like I think Alan said, forgiveness is okaying and it's okay. That they did that. I know in my heart, you have to forgive it's for you. Forgiveness is for me. That for you. It's not for the other person if forgiveness is for you. Because if you don't forgive, you're not forgiven. I want to give a classic example of a woman who's been raped. Yeah. Like Ron said, there is no way she's going to love him. There's no way she's going to understand the spirit realm behind what's going on. In fact, it's going to be everything in her being to forgive that person for what he did to her. There is going to be individual situations God bless that this podcast would go out to a multitude of people, and we will have the words that would help them to find the way to learn to forgive, you know, in scripture in the disciples prayer, the lord's prayer. It says, if you have odd against your brother, go to that one. That woman whose rape is not going to go to that dude and say, hey, I forgive you. Right. I'm sorry. It ain't going to happen. Not that way. So she's going to have to get help. With that one. There are so many facets like we're talking about. And I don't want it to be too complicated. And I don't want it to be out here in the ethereal realm out there somewhere. I want where that woman who feels violated can love herself again. Because of giving to the lord the fact of what that guy did to her. And that's what I want to see. I want to see people free and learn the effects of forgiveness. And we know the effects of forgiveness is right in the lord's prayer. Forgive me of my trespasses as I forgive those who trespass against me. It's got to be a total thing. You don't want to stand there and before the presence of God, and all of a sudden God says, why didn't you forgive him? You held on to that. And because if you were to let go of that, that would have freed you. Now maybe it wouldn't have freed him, but you were the one that I was concerned about. Forgive me as I forgive those who trespass against me. Then I can hold nothing against anyone. For any reason, I was thinking about Corey timber, I don't know if you know who she is. Oh yeah, very well. McCoy timber might remember meeting her up in Canada when I was going to school. We went to a church, she missed talking from her wheelchair, but she was talking to us about, you know, what she went through. And she said, when she met the Nazi, that was responsible for putting her in the prison and the concentration camp. And with responsible for her father's death and her mother's death, she said, God had to put something in my heart to forgive him. Because I did not have it. I had to go before the lord and cry out for a forgiveness of that man. When he came and he was a Christian, he came to her, asked for her forgiveness. She had to say she forgave him. And she was able to forgive him because the lord had prepared her heart to do it. Can you imagine? I can't even imagine that's to death. It has to go to the depth of our being. It's not something that's easy all the time, especially when someone's been raped for someone's been violated and someone knows that they have, and they're so doubt. In their minds that they have been, but the lord says, what are you going to do? Are you going to forgive him? So that's a great example. Does that mean that that lady? Because she forgave that man. Does that mean they're going to sit down and have coffee? Necessarily. But she had to relate to him. She had to talk to him. Right. She had to talk to him. But I'm just saying is, forgiveness doesn't mean that you agree with what he did. Right. It doesn't mean that it hurt any less. It doesn't mean that it wasn't evil. It doesn't mean that you're going to be friends now and have a relationship. It just means that you're setting yourself free. And in that case, specifically, you're setting him free because he's asking for forgiveness. Yeah. So setting you both, but she had to forgive him before she met him. Yeah, there you go. She had to forgive him to the depth of her being. And then when she came up to her, then she was able to say, I forgive you. Because the lord was real to her to begin with, and she understood the principle, but she didn't have it in her heart at first. She had to ask the lord for that capability. And that's where I think we really need to touch on people's hearts is, ask the lord for this, because actually forgiveness, honestly, who else can put what happened in the sea of forgetfulness. I can't. I'm going to remember what you did forever, probably, because that's a human brain. But it's God who puts it up as far as the east is from the west. Forgiveness is a gift from God, I believe. Just like his love is a gift from him to us. We don't learn how to love without knowing his love for us. We can't forgive without knowing his forgiveness for us. He who's been forgiven much. Yes. Loves much. That's really super important because the whole issue that we're bringing up here is we're not talking about little offenses. We're talking about big offenses. And these big offenses, you can't forgive them in yourself. Right. There's just no way. You're lying to yourself if you say you can. Because if it's in a big offense, it's a big offense. And somebody being raped, somebody killing one of your family, these are big deals. Even if they're little deals, honestly, you can't really forgive anybody out of yourself. You can say it, but real forgiveness is a thing of heart and also if you really forgive somebody, your probably come to a place where you forget. Yeah. 'cause you let it go. You let it go to that depth and how can you do that, honestly. You can't do that as a human being. The Holy Spirit has to help you with it. You know, another thing that really could be helpful is that movie the shack. When you have a meeting with the lord, it's not that hard to forgive because he gives you the ability. What happened to his daughter should happen to no person, no person should ever experience that. He should never have experienced that, but the lord brought him through it. And I think that's what's important to realize about that show is how the lord brought him through it, and he will do the same for each and every individual who asks him, lord, I don't have forgiveness in my heart for this person. Give it to me because I love you enough. That I don't want to miss out on our relationship because of a circumstance, or because of an issue. That's such a key yeah, I think that's where it's going to come from is our relationship with the lord is the only way to honestly get to the heart of forgiveness. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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Media Ignores Story of First Jan. 6 Defendant Found Not Guilty

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Media Ignores Story of First Jan. 6 Defendant Found Not Guilty

"If Matthew Martin, who is a New Mexico man who went to the capitol on January 6th, was convicted of the four misdemeanor counts that he faced. That'd be in the media. Mainstream media would cover that. That'd be a big story. They'd say, oh, here's another trumper. Here's a Trumpist. Here's an insurrectionist. And look at him, he's going to spend 15 months, 18 months, 23 months in jail. 'cause he's an instant. He tried to overturn the election and upend democracy as we know it, and he was worse than Pearl Harbor meets 9 11. Will Matthew Martin this contractor from New Mexico, who once referred apparently to January 6th. There's a very special magical day. Was unique. He was the first January 6th defendant to tell his story in his own words. In other words, he was the first defendant to testify on his own behalf. The judge, federal judge Trevor mcfadden, found him not guilty. Of all counts.

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01:17 min | 4 months ago

Support the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

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New Species (MM #4026)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

New Species (MM #4026)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. We hear a lot about how DNA evidence has changed the world in the courtroom and just the other day I saw that they identified another person who passed away at Pearl Harbor on one of the ships through DNA. But something the other day I read about DNA just blew my mind. Scientists have identified up to a 180 new species of mammals thanks to DNA technology. Now a lot of these are small mammals, things like moles and bats and shrews, and things that when we look at they're so small, we think they're all the same, but in actuality, when you break down their DNA, they're completely different. Hundreds of these little teeny tiny mammals are out there that we think are one thing, but maybe similar, but not the exact same species. Who knew that DNA was going to change how we look at the population of the animal world as well. Scientists are discovering a lot of things thanks to DNA. It's not just helping our world of crime, of identifying those who've passed away, but DNA is literally changing our entire world before our eyes.

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New Species (MM #4026)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

New Species (MM #4026)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. We hear a lot about how DNA evidence has changed the world in the courtroom and just the other day I saw that they identified another person who passed away at Pearl Harbor on one of the ships through DNA. But something the other day I read about DNA just blew my mind. Scientists have identified up to a 180 new species of mammals thanks to DNA technology. Now a lot of these are small mammals, things like moles and bats and shrews, and things that when we look at they're so small, we think they're all the same, but in actuality, when you break down their DNA, they're completely different. Hundreds of these little teeny tiny mammals are out there that we think are one thing, but maybe similar, but not the exact same species. Who knew that DNA was going to change how we look at the population of the animal world as well. Scientists are discovering a lot of things thanks to DNA. It's not just helping our world of crime, of identifying those who've passed away, but DNA is literally changing our entire world before our eyes.

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New Species (MM #4026)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

New Species (MM #4026)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. We hear a lot about how DNA evidence has changed the world in the courtroom and just the other day I saw that they identified another person who passed away at Pearl Harbor on one of the ships through DNA. But something the other day I read about DNA just blew my mind. Scientists have identified up to a 180 new species of mammals thanks to DNA technology. Now a lot of these are small mammals, things like moles and bats and shrews, and things that when we look at they're so small, we think they're all the same, but in actuality, when you break down their DNA, they're completely different. Hundreds of these little teeny tiny mammals are out there that we think are one thing, but maybe similar, but not the exact same species. Who knew that DNA was going to change how we look at the population of the animal world as well. Scientists are discovering a lot of things thanks to DNA. It's not just helping our world of crime, of identifying those who've passed away, but DNA is literally changing our entire world before our eyes.

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New Species (MM #4026)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

New Species (MM #4026)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. We hear a lot about how DNA evidence has changed the world in the courtroom and just the other day I saw that they identified another person who passed away at Pearl Harbor on one of the ships through DNA. But something the other day I read about DNA just blew my mind. Scientists have identified up to a 180 new species of mammals thanks to DNA technology. Now a lot of these are small mammals, things like moles and bats and shrews, and things that when we look at they're so small, we think they're all the same, but in actuality, when you break down their DNA, they're completely different. Hundreds of these little teeny tiny mammals are out there that we think are one thing, but maybe similar, but not the exact same species. Who knew that DNA was going to change how we look at the population of the animal world as well. Scientists are discovering a lot of things thanks to DNA. It's not just helping our world of crime, of identifying those who've passed away, but DNA is literally changing our entire world before our eyes.

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"harbor  " Discussed on > Better Series

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03:35 min | 5 months ago

"harbor " Discussed on > Better Series

"<Speech_Female> But I think maybe <Speech_Female> broader <Speech_Female> dialog with the safe harbor <Speech_Female> organizations <Speech_Female> about some creative <Speech_Female> ways <Speech_Female> to manage <Speech_Female> these issues <Speech_Female> could be helpful. <Speech_Female> E signatures, <Speech_Female> for example, <Speech_Female> government agencies <Silence> accept a signatures, <Speech_Female> but <Speech_Female> the FTC doesn't <Speech_Music_Female> accept it as <Speech_Female> a method of verifiable <Speech_Female> parental consent. <Speech_Female> So I think there <Speech_Female> are some <Speech_Female> opportunities, <Speech_Female> again, more in the <Speech_Female> dialog space <Speech_Female> than really, <Speech_Female> how do you <Speech_Male> fix or <Speech_Male> improve safe <Speech_Female> harbors? <Speech_Female> I also think you have <Speech_Female> to trust safe harbors. <Speech_Female> I mean, you guys, <Speech_Female> all of the <Speech_Music_Male> safe harbor organizations <Speech_Female> have <Speech_Female> been approved, <Speech_Male> apparently <Speech_Male> you've done so I've been <Speech_Male> approved because you know <Speech_Female> what the heck you're doing. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> we all <Speech_Female> have a 6th sense <Speech_Female> of somebody is <Speech_Female> coming into the <Speech_Female> organization <Speech_Female> as window <SpeakerChange> dressing. <Speech_Female> They're stringing you <Speech_Female> along. They're not <Speech_Male> being candid with you, <Speech_Female> then you <Speech_Male> have the ability to say, <Speech_Male> you know what? I'm <Speech_Female> pulling the plug. You've <Speech_Female> got to fix this by <Speech_Female> X date. If you don't, <Speech_Female> I'm going to refer you to <Speech_Female> the FTC. So <Speech_Female> the ultimate <Speech_Female> ability <Speech_Female> that safe <Speech_Female> harbor organizations <Speech_Female> have <Speech_Female> if they're <Speech_Female> not as successful <Speech_Female> as they want to be <Speech_Male> in Chiang folks <Speech_Music_Male> along to compliance <Speech_Female> is <Speech_Female> bringing <Speech_Male> down some sort of <Speech_Female> hammer of enforcement. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> I think the system does <Speech_Music_Female> work as it's <Speech_Music_Female> intended to, <Speech_Music_Female> but <Speech_Music_Female> if we think <Speech_Male> about the goal <Speech_Female> is <Speech_Female> good compliance, <Speech_Female> broader awareness <Speech_Female> of privacy, <Speech_Music_Female> embracing <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> the basic principles <Speech_Female> of privacy, <Speech_Female> data minimization, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> data security, <Speech_Female> all those elements, <Speech_Female> then <Speech_Female> the best <Speech_Female> way to <SpeakerChange> do that <Speech_Female> is <Speech_Male> through <Speech_Male> more dialog <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> more investment <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> making people <Speech_Female> aware and <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> making sure that there are <Speech_Female> vehicles that people <Speech_Male> can actually <Speech_Male> benefit <Speech_Female> from <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> their effort <Speech_Female> to comply <Silence> as opposed <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> being a <Silence> focus <Speech_Male> of <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> one little mistake here <Speech_Female> or there. And then <Speech_Female> they get <Speech_Female> an enforcement action. <Speech_Female> That's just contrary <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> it's not going to <Speech_Male> promote and incentivize <Speech_Male> participation <Speech_Male> in safe <SpeakerChange> harbors. <Speech_Female> Sure. <Speech_Female> Very true. <Speech_Telephony_Female> That's really <Speech_Telephony_Female> everything I <Speech_Telephony_Female> wanted to discuss. <Speech_Telephony_Female> I think <Speech_Female> we're all waiting <Speech_Telephony_Female> to see what the FTC <Silence> does <Speech_Female> as far as <Speech_Telephony_Female> updating <Speech_Telephony_Male> coppa. <Speech_Telephony_Male> I think none <Speech_Telephony_Male> of us have <SpeakerChange> expectations <Speech_Telephony_Male> that that will be <Speech_Female> any time soon, <Speech_Telephony_Female> as an <Speech_Telephony_Female> organization that runs a <Speech_Telephony_Female> safe harbor. I'm <Speech_Telephony_Female> obviously <Speech_Telephony_Female> waging <Speech_Telephony_Female> for the <Speech_Telephony_Female> next set of challenges <Speech_Telephony_Female> that <Speech_Female> we are going to <Speech_Music_Female> help our <SpeakerChange> participants <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Telephony_Female> work with. <Speech_Telephony_Female> Does anybody <Speech_Telephony_Female> have anything else you wanted <Speech_Telephony_Female> to say <SpeakerChange> before <Speech_Telephony_Male> we say goodbye? <Speech_Male> Thank you so much <Speech_Male> for hosting this <Speech_Male> and Sheila, wonderful <Speech_Male> to do this with you as well. <Speech_Male> But look, from <Speech_Male> my perspective, <Speech_Male> self regulatory <Speech_Male> organizations like <Speech_Male> the safe harbors play <Speech_Male> an incredibly important <Speech_Male> role. <Speech_Male> And the FTC has <Speech_Male> traditionally been <Speech_Male> very supportive of <Speech_Male> self regulation <Speech_Male> and what <Speech_Male> it does to the economy <Speech_Male> and how it protects consumers. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> I certainly do hope <Speech_Male> we'll be hearing more <Speech_Male> sort of pro self <Speech_Male> regulation <Speech_Male> comments coming out of the <Speech_Female> FTC <SpeakerChange> than what <Speech_Female> we've been hearing lately. <Speech_Female> Yeah, I completely <Speech_Female> agree. <Speech_Female> And thanks <Speech_Male> maybe for your thoughtful <Speech_Female> questions and for <Speech_Male> your really <Speech_Male> terrific answers, Daniel. <Speech_Male> It's been really a <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> great joy <Speech_Female> to be part of this <Speech_Male> panel with you guys. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> So <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> thanks again. <Speech_Female> That wraps <Speech_Female> up today's podcast. <Speech_Female> Thank <Speech_Female> you both so much <Speech_Female> for your time and <Speech_Female> sharing your insights on <Speech_Female> the coppa rules safe <Speech_Female> harbor provision. <Speech_Female> And thank <Speech_Female> you listeners for <Speech_Female> tuning in to BBB <Speech_Female> national programs <Speech_Female> accountability <Speech_Female> studio podcast. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> We'll <Speech_Music_Female> see you next time.

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"harbor  " Discussed on > Better Series

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05:13 min | 5 months ago

"harbor " Discussed on > Better Series

"That can be enhanced by appropriate consulting services, I don't think it should be circumscribed. It may be a point to pay attention to because you want to be sure that the safe harbor organizations advice is sound and objective. That is an important goal. But these blanket comments, I think are improper. As to the level of transparency, I think it's contrary to the goals of the statute and the express statutory language to incentivize participation and self regulation. The whole process of safe harbors is to provide essentially a safe space to encourage dialog between safe harbor participants in the safe harbor organization. And you're going to get into very specific practical questions of I want to do this type of initiative. Here's my challenge in getting verifiable parental consent or here's a constraint I'm having in complying with this part of the rule. Whatever it is, you want to encourage that transparency and allow some time to correct. Even if we look at other laws like the California consumer privacy act, for example, there are some cure provisions. And so that notion of, you don't bring the hammer down right away. But I think Daniel said it really eloquently. Safe harbors are not an arm of enforcement of the FTC. There are creature of Congress designed to encourage good privacy practices. And I don't think it makes good policy sense to take action that essentially undermines the goals of Congress. So that being said, there is also interest in looking at ways that to safe harbor program could be strengthened. And so I would throw it out to you, Daniel, you envision ways that the safe harbor provision could be strengthened without creating any of these disincentives that you two have talked about. Yeah, you know, look, I think the program is working well..

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"harbor  " Discussed on > Better Series

> Better Series

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"harbor " Discussed on > Better Series

"I mean, the safe harbor is real and they get to take advantage of that. But that will lead to a lot of inquiries from staff to the safe harbor to the company to figure out what happened. Why is this organization part of the safe harbor program and engaged in these practices? So again, I'm not going to say that it never happens, but it certainly wasn't any sort of systemic issue where it would look at a bunch of targets for coppa cases and 95% of them were safe harbors and we couldn't bring a case. That's certainly not the case. And the FTC has had a very robust enforcement presence in Kappa. So Daniel raised the issue of a former former commissioner who had a lot of concerns about the safe harbor program. I don't think it's any secret there that that was commissioner Chopra. And we know that in 2020 commissioner Chopra in response to an FTC copper case outlined a lot of a number of possible changes to the safe harbor framework to in his mind that would in his mind strengthen the program. And then as you all know, just back about a month ago, represented Caster in, who have also introduced a bill to update the kids privacy act and introduce bill. Have also reached out to the safe harbors and asked to say carvers to respond to the representatives questions about how to save Harper's work, but also afforded the safe harbors the opportunity to comment themselves on commissioner Chopra's suggestions regarding the safe harbor provision. And so I wanted to go through a couple of new suggestions with you two and give you a chance to comment on those as well. So I guess I would ask Daniel, what are your thoughts on commissioner Chopra's suggestion that compass safe harbors should be routinely reviewed by the commission and the commission should have to vote on maintaining their accreditation. And as Chopra put it rather, that would be an alternative to what he called the lifetime approval approach of coppa. So I'm generally not a fan of creating solutions to problems that don't really exist. You know, the FTC just demonstrated that they want to get rid of a cop have safe harbor they can, and they did that with Aristotle. And the rule does not provide a lifetime appointment. And the commission can always desert certify a safe harbor. So again, there is this distrust from commissioner trope, I believe, and from some of the FTC leadership about the fundamental being of self regulation. I mean, I do think that's part of the starting point here. And we've seen some statements coming out of the FTC raising concerns about just this concept that you have the entities that are being regulated are sort of funding this organization that is supposed to be watching out for their compliance. And there seems to be just a fundamental distrust that that sort of model can work. And I get it that in extreme cases, there can be takeover and industry capture. That's not the case here. That's not what we're seeing with the safe harbors. They're doing a good job. When they need to do a better job, staff engages with them and has discussions and has follow-up. So I don't think there's any need for sort of any routine recertification. It's great for commissioners to ask questions to have TC staff. That's their job. Their Senate confirmed and they should be asking questions and hats off to them when they do that..

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"harbor  " Discussed on > Better Series

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03:42 min | 5 months ago

"harbor " Discussed on > Better Series

"And while I'm calling on you all to speak, I do want to say that I do want to add my personal experience there, which echoes what you're saying, which is that we did the safe harbors would come to us when they were working with their participants when they had hard question. They would come to us for answers. And that itself gave us a window into where the technologies were going. And what were the sticking points? And did help us not only to direct FAQs, but to anticipate where changes to the rule would ultimately need to be made given the technologies. And I do want to go talk a little bit about why you all think there is such a focus or a concern right now about the safe harbor provision within coppa. Why has this become a lightning rod? Sheila, do you have any thoughts on that? I guess it's a little bit hard for me to say because I can't get into the heads of the folks who are being critical, perhaps some of it is really failing to recognize the history and the importance of safe harbors, certainly the recent action to drop an organization from the safe harbor less maybe is prompted an examination of it, and that's perfectly fine. I mean, I think it's really appropriate to reexamine it. But the fundamental benefits of safe harbors are essentially embedded in statute. And so the notion that we'll just do away with it or change it by rule,.

Sheila
"harbor  " Discussed on > Better Series

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03:51 min | 5 months ago

"harbor " Discussed on > Better Series

"Sheila has extensive experience both in helping to design and implement robust self regulatory programs in the U.S. and globally, and in representing clients engaged in connection with the self regulatory process. Also with me today is Daniel Kaufman, partner at the law firm baker hostetler, and until recently a deputy director of the FTC's bureau of consumer protection. And during the transition, acting director of the FTC's bureau of consumer protection. Thank you, Daniel and Sheila for joining me here today. Before we get into our discussion, I wanted to take a minute to discuss the controversy, swirling around the safe harbor provision of the copper rule lately. Recently, there have been concerns raised on the hill that perhaps the safe harbor provision is not either as robust as it should be, or as one representative had put it that perhaps it's a dangerous part of the copper rule, allowing for rubber stamping of businesses that use safe harbors. So this discussion comes up in the larger discussion around proposals to update in modernize the copper rule. And the question is, should safe harbors be part of that rule going forward? And if so, our changes needed. So what I wanted to do is to get your perspectives on what the value of the safe harbor provision is, whether it should remain part of the rule, and are there ways that the safe harbor provision could be improved or modernized as we move forward. With that, I want to turn to Sheila first and ask if she can give us a historical perspective on how the children's online privacy protection act came to include a provision for self regulatory, safe harbor programs. Thanks, maybe and thanks to you and kru for hosting this podcast. It's a very, very important topic. The role of self regulation and privacy as well as in advertising. I think it's something that you and Daniel and I both feel pretty passionate about. And I think the historical question is a good place to start. The reason that self regulation is part of the cop of framework is really because self regulation was the source and origin of the coppa statute and ultimately the rule. That's because back in the day before coppa was enacted, karu had already developed self regulatory guidelines for children's privacy. And so the kapa statue built on the K rou self regulatory framework from the get go. And because children's privacy protections were, frankly, initiated by the career supporters and the career staff working together, it's pretty self evident, I guess, why Congress decided that children's privacy legislation should promote prioritize and incentivize self regulation in the privacy sphere much as it has done in the advertising arena. So I think the other element is that when Kabul was adopted, there was recognition by members of Congress that the pace of technology would likely exceed the ability of legislators and regulators to really think about very specific solutions. So the cup of framework is flexible and that creates this important role for self regulation within the copper framework. That's really helpful. Thank you. So Daniel, is there anything else that you would add there as to historical perspective on how coppa came to include this provision? Well, I wouldn't look at it from my perspective, historically, but sort of when you look at the FTC as a law enforcement agency, it is a relatively small agency with an enormous mission..

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"harbor  " Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

07:12 min | 8 months ago

"harbor " Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Yes, and that's the man I'm talking to sort of a legend Victor Davis handsome and properly so. And we're talking about his video and the whole issue today is the 80th anniversary. So there are people who are living who remember it, but not many. It's quite a while ago, 80 years ago. So you were talking about it being a brilliant operation but if I may use my word and tell me if I'm wrong a foolish one. Tactic hearing that we're now finding. Tactically carried out well, but it led to a disaster for the Japanese because they were already engaged in a quagmire in China. Now they had both the British because they attacked Singapore the next day in Malaysia. The British and Hong Kong and they had the British and the Americans. The only two combatants in World War II that were capable of fighting a two front war and they paid a terrible price because they created such righteous anger in the United States with a surprise attack on a Sunday morning without a declaration of war. And they did not have the ability to hit the United States continental mainland and destroy our industry and we surely did have that potential. And the RNA dentist just a finish very quickly is that when they took out 8 old battleship damage for in some four or 5 old battleships that were built before 1920, they didn't realize there was an entire new fleet that was already being built of new sophisticated battleships and carriers and by early 1943 it started to come online and that navy of Essex carriers and North Carolina, Iowa class battleships was the most sophisticated navy in the world that would utterly destroy the Japanese imperial navy in just three and a half years. So it really remains I feel silly even saying this because it might just be a massive lacuna in my knowledge, but I never understood why they did bomb Pearl Harbor. What is the ultimate reason? I think they had been deceived because Germany had invaded Poland since September 1st and our two closest allies, France had collapsed and May of 1940 and 7 weeks in British, the British people had been bomb relentlessly during the blitz. And they figured that the United States had not lifted a finger, and it had its army about the size of Portuguese. The Portuguese army, and then they felt that the German Army was right outside Moscow in December 7th. They had already installed the Japanese figure that was temporary and that they were going to win and the war was going to be over. Europe was over. Only combatant alive they thought would the enemy was the British and they wanted to get in on the spoils as quickly as possible. They thought it was a done deal. And that we either wouldn't intervene and retaliate or if we did, we would be faced with soon Germany and Italy and Japan and no Soviet Union, so they thought that it would be a wise move. And people to be fair to the Japanese, people did not trust Yamamoto's idea that he could take out the entire fleet and then we would concede. It's kind of a myth that he may or may not have said I can graze health for 6 months. And then I don't know if he said that. Right. He's but it didn't matter. It was his idea. He threatened to resign if he didn't get his way. And so this idea that he was a strategic genius and that he was killed by American pilots and a hit kind of hurt their chances. It probably helped Japan and he was no longer admirable, because he botched the midway campaign as well. He divided his forces. So this idea that he was a pacifist or a reluctant warrior and he was a strategic genius and is completely not founded on fact. Did the Japanese ambassador to the U.S. have a reaction? That you know of or that we know of? Yes. I mean, he felt he apologized, but he had the 16 part message. And he was a willingly the idea was to stagger the his messages were came in part. So we had decoded them, but we didn't quite know that when they were going to attack. We knew that it was going to be win rather than if. But his whole point was to synchronize his announcement after Pearl Harbor. He was not going to declare war before Pearl Harbor. The whole point was, you Americans made it impossible. In fact, it was worse than that to have peace. He was engaging in last minute peace negotiations as the fleet was on its way to Pearl Harbor. So it was a ruse. And he knew that he knew that he acted like he didn't and he acted as if he was regretful and that it was too bad that the parties hadn't come to agreement. But everybody said, well, we cut off oil to Japan. We didn't cut off oil until July 1941. And this was after they absorbed half of China and they had taken French Indochina from the Vichy French. And of course they had enslaved Korea. So it was very late that we finally decided to have sanctions. And yet the revisionists say, well, we kind of deserved it. We cut off their lifeblood, but they didn't really bother them that wasn't because we cut their oil off because they had already planned to go into the Dutch east Indies and take over all the Shell oil field. In fact, there was a lot of Japanese very quickly dentists that said the Netherlands is orphaned now. It doesn't exist. It's under German occupation, France does not exist. If we just go in and take the Dutch East Indies and we've taken Southeast Asia and we'll take British Malaya and Singapore and we will bypass the Philippines and the Pearl Harbor. The United States won't fight. And we'll have all of the possessions in resource and will only be at war with Britain who has no chance of winning because they're facing this continental German occupation. So in the minute left to us, tell me, can you give me one huge lesson we should learn from Pearl Harbor? Yes. Deterrence deterrence deterrence. Deterrence means that the enemy does not do something stupid and attack you because you have warned them that the retaliation will be so terrible that they won't they'll regret it or they won't exist after it. And that's based on two things. Military power and in spiritual toughness and the ability to use that power and also being unpredictable rather than being predictable. So they thought we were predictable. They thought we were weak when thought we wouldn't attack. And unknowingly, we lost deterrence. Your work is great Victor Davis Hansen and the video of Victor Davis Hansen is up now at prager U about Pearl Harbor, whose memory we commemorate today Pearl Harbor day. Thank you, my friend. Thank you, Dennis. The.

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"harbor  " Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

03:48 min | 8 months ago

"harbor " Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"And we performed all up and down the West Coast. We have indeed several jobs at Disney World and we're on TV once or twice there. And that's a big great job. But when my three years ended, they said I had to go back to work now, so I had to go to our music school. I was the academic training officer. And I was in charge of the classroom work and then individual instructions. And I did that for three years. And then it was getting close to my retirement age then, and so I looked around and found out that the job in Pensacola was opened so I told them that I'd go there. So I got transferred to Pensacola and I did 5 years there until I had to retire. I played with the symphony in Pensacola for a while, but then at that level I had to practice an hour a day anyway and then I had two sons I'm trying to get to college. I had to work. And so I did find that I just didn't have time for that. So I had to give a plain. So the only other musical thing I did was I signed with a church choir and I still do it. So that's about all the music I did, but I had a real fine civic band there. And so they allowed me every time they had a concert to conduct one number for them. And they found the people that liked the way I did everything and they were interested. So I'm in the glennis book of world records as the oldest musical conducted. Of course, Iman service during the Pearl Harbor attack is indelibly seared into his mind. He continues sharing his story so that younger generations will understand that horrific events most important lessons. Well, if you look at history you'll find out that every was the wall, something bad happens to you and I the states. You can thumb through a whole whole bunch of them, the tacked on the twin towers and then the Pearl Harbor, the walls we had the Vietnam War and the Korean War and World War II and it seemed like everyone was small. We have a big problem and but we always have had survived, but we sent survived by joining together everyone as a huge family and working together to correct the bad things and improve our lives. So we're always come out. We have always commodity at the end. It's a better place to live. Just as a side note, Frank Iman mentioned a moment ago that he set a Guinness World Record for being the oldest conductor for leading the Pensacola civic band. Well, that record has since been broken. By him, in November 2021, Iman broke his own record by conducting the air force's airmen of note in a rendition of Glenn Miller's in the mood at the American veterans center's annual Gale up when he was 103 and a half years old. I'm Greg Columbus. This is veterans chronicles..

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"harbor  " Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"harbor " Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"We had to devise ways to pick them up and get them into metal structure. We use the shoes a lot and this type of thing. And what we could we grabbed a blanket off a bed that we were close to and someone's bunk and sort of wrapped them in that it was quite difficult. You didn't have much time to think of anything. Except what you were doing at the time. We realized that what was it going on? And we got back to fixing the ship and cleaning it. It was a big mess because of the bomb hits and the we did some clean up our own spaces and the living spaces and got all things ready about 11 days later they had repaired us enough that we went to see. So that took all the so they see what life is very scheduled. I mean, you would certainly did this and that in the other digit time up on the mass lookouts and then you need to try to practice your own little bit and play a little music during the eating times the mess times and so you don't have too much time to do anything else. And we had had some of the crude left to transfer it off our ship to help other ships and so they called for volunteers for different jobs and I worked as a male clerk in a post office. We had a small room on the ship which was a post office and there was two of us in the post office and we kept open as much we couldn't the evening in those days the crew was played in cash. So they paid twice a month. And everybody liked to come to the portal office and get a money on and send it home. It was a continuing job type of type of thing. After getting back on the water, it was time to refurbish and upgrade the Pennsylvania. Well, it took us we left Pearl Harbor with one destroyer and then we with the battle fleet and except for the carriers, it was very fortunate that carries were not there when they attacked..

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"harbor  " Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"harbor " Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Today's episode with tom harbor as i mentioned at the start talking the ceo at learning with parents regular listeners. To the podcast might recall that. I was looking up to attend tom. Session at the virtual emmy conference earlier this year. I absolutely loved it. The session was all about how schools can engage parents in their children's learning and certainly dispelled a few myth that i held to be true about two minutes into tom session. I knew i needed to get him on the podcast and fortunately he was kind enough to accept my invitation. So in a wide-ranging conversation we discuss the following things and plenty more besides what's the difference between parental involvement in school versus parental engagement in learning. What are some of the things. Schools typically do that might not lead to engagement and learning. What are some of the things that schools could think about doing instead. How can schools reach the hard to reach families. Does tom think the pandemic has impacted either parental involvement in school or parental engagement in learning. And what are some of the key barriers for parents. Getting involved in their child's maths. I absolutely loved this conversation. I hope you will too. It's the perfect way to win this season off the podcast and i'll be back at the end with a few takeaways of my own but for now let me shut up. I let me instead interview introduce. Sorry it's harder. I really hope you enjoy this one. I know you will on ever. I'll see you on the lassigny. Okay so we start the show is we always do with your mouth. Speed dating questions. So questionable walnut. What is your favorite number and y. Yeah thank you. Greg and i fail. You've you've sort of got me caught it on this first question. And i'm i'm hoping not to start to controversially so a couple of years ago. We thought about who we wanted to be as parents as a charity and all sorts of Brand ethos etcetera and things like we wanted to be optimistic but not unrealistic and we wanted to be knowledge but not knowledgeable but not so smug no it'll And one of the things we came up with was that we wanted to like maths. But we didn't want to love maths and we explicitly Explicitly talked about having favorite numbers and said actually we think as a as of group. We almost want to not have favorite numbers because we want more than anything to be inclusive and we want everyone to say. Actually matt something that i can do with my child and we think that potentially by having this is my favorite numbers my favorite will have you Specific bits about mass being really sort of i really love it. Potentially there's a risk that could alienate some of the other families who we would love to be matter as well So we really want mass to be for everyone and not to controversial f- wi fi. Well it's been nice having you on the show anyway the interview that well. It's really interesting that we've we've got quite a few people in the show who simply don't have a favorite number for whatever reason but not all well. If i like it i i respect that. He seems to explicitly kind of know. Kinda push master of people in san unita lavar any top this favorite number and so that's really interesting and it will be interesting as we go through the conversation to see some of these strategies for getting onto okay ally not controversial salt someone in it for that. Let's see what you go with this one number two. What was your favorite topic. Must as a student. I think it links a little bit i think for me. It was anything that was applied. So i went on. Did some physics taught physics and really loved the the maths being applied Three physics. I also remembering in year two so one of my earliest experiences. of of max was being taken to the shop by my youtube teacher and asked to have some coins by some things and get my changing. Count my change and it was really the first realization. The actually this matt subletting school was connected to that real world outlet. While i was coming out and doing things in find things in schultz's at and that was a really sort of memorable moment full me and i think that just connects to to one of the things that i think so great about. Maths is that linked to the real world. Nice yet quite as controversial. We'll take you getting by trying. It's almost nice and firewall. At what would you like to if you weren't involved in education So i saw the question and went immediately to the source of formula driver type Original jobs i think i think a settled on a sliding skill one which is I met someone the other day. Who is a fulltime forager so basically Pay him to go out and pick well While spinach and i did i walk out. Whatever else you can find say knows little. The flowers and allay will have some things that you can find in the histories. Spends his days puttering around picking while vegetables then restaurants. It just feels like a really nice Nice job cheese not feel go too far professional Not many of them. All of them in the uk seen any tests popping up anyway with an okay. Cpap right well. And you mentioned the charity organization involved in so take us three tomorrow started fee i insensitive career in nyu To now show up. So i guess i i was at university and thinking about what wants to career came from a family of teachers so was finally sat on. I wanted to do anything but teaching because but then fell into teaching and absolutely loved it The teaching it's a school in leicester serving a deprived catchment.

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"harbor  " Discussed on Debate This!

Debate This!

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"harbor " Discussed on Debate This!

"Because they were going to arbiter and then she wears the vest which is obviously the same person. I don't wanna. I don't wanna do that. The only other thing. I want to add here is that i'm pretty much in agreement with matt. I think we get ewelina beluga back absolutely in my dreams. We get a red guardian short run of the winter guard. But they don't do disney plus shows for no reason they always have something that comes of it and so i- unless there's a reason for the winter guard to get together that that leads to a new enemy or something. We're not gonna see that. And i think the only way we see anything further with taskmaster is if it looked like she left her home. It on the battlefield. In general ross shows up to the battlefield that everyone has vacated and so i could see potentially in a world where he takes whatever recording technology was in that and like he makes a new taskmaster. We'll talk more about taskmaster in a hot second But i we don't need to talk about it but i had a bullet point here listeners. That you should know about where we specifically going to talk about the red guardian. 'cause i thought he was one hundred percent going to die here in this movie and he didn't I don't think we need to talk more about red guardian but at this point. We all want david harbour. We're going to tweet at marvel. Give us more. David harbors red guardian because all of his lake old war stories that were obviously not real when he says to to black widow like does he talk about me. Does he ever tell you david. David harbors like war. Stories are gonna get the same treatment that like louise's retelling of events from ant man. Everyone is going to be like. Wouldn't it be hilarious if david harbour shows up and and blah blah blah and. It's like no. That would actually be terrible. Because you're not a movie writer. But but your heart's in the place like that'll be the bit online for the next year and a half. But i mean i mean isn't it. Isn't it like fairly likely that we could see a show. That's just like the adventures of red guardian. I think it would be. I could see them doing like a cartoon but again like if they i. It just doesn't seem like disney pluses putting out show unless they just want like pump more money into the engine which they could They don't seem to do shows that don't have a purpose like it adds context it. Prepare something new counterpoint. Talking in the winter soldier that that that was so that was the second time we got to see val that gave us. If being an asshole. I i can definitely see like red guardian popping into the shows the deep lush shows as a like again. Just that like old contact. That's that knows where they need to go in russia or like they get a little bit of david arbor. David harbour gets to cash a check and then like he's gone like i can see him popping in for fun.

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"harbor  " Discussed on Debate This!

Debate This!

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"harbor " Discussed on Debate This!

"Side because like we're gonna get thunderbolts eventually. And whether it's william hurt or like some other skin bag we're going to get secretary like i. I don't think we ever see molina again. Which honestly fine. I would agree with her. I think drake off is actually dead. Dead dead the. I'm just going off the characters you have here like Mason was fine. Like every every james bond needs the hawaiian shirt guy who lives in cuba. Who can get him a plane this weekend. It's like that's a it's a trope. That's we was if i may quickly though i could see rick mason coming back as like a colson kind of figure. Only because like that casting so i. I'm going to butcher this fake. He's a pretty big. I mean he's the he's a supporting character in handmaid's tale. Yeah that's and. I thought he was really. I think he did a really good job with that character. There's not much there. I could see him coming back as like a size q. Shale yeah exactly well and it's worth saying they can't. If you'd have asked me a month ago i would have told you that. There's a fifty percent chance that mason was taskmaster because they kept. Ot's character on the down low. They didn't talk about him. You didn't see him doing anything because they were trying to keep taskmasters identity secret and i think that that was intentional to try and make you think that ot could end up being you know mason slash taskmaster which obviously didn't happen. But i i would agree like maybe a chance but yeah keep keep going matt. Yeah i i don't think we get taskmaster again. I really don't a thank. That taskmaster was a very crossbones level. We just needed a disposable villain to kick some ass and lake. She did kick some ass and it was real. I really enjoyed the taskmasters scenes but like the way that her character ended in. This movie i think is just like a. she's done. I think she was only being driven to be taskmaster by her father's control. And i think that that's over and then i really hope we get back. We found a lot like all of your richter's was a big get. And i was really surprised that we got him for one. Ten second bit his arm and called it a day I was really surprised by that. So my my hot take is we only get. You'll aimable over back with the exclusion of secretary of state general. Ross the two that. I really hope we get back. Our david harbour and ursa. I don't know that we do but it would be nice And kind of the reason that..

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"harbor  " Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"harbor " Discussed on Hysteria 51

"I was on on my other show on Do it Doug podcast which I'm on on? It's also on the POD. Billy Network we had Kevin Smith on and Our co-host Matt He is knee deep in in in the view askew network and he was able to get Kevin Smith to come on and we we got him to come on. We talked about how gosh all kinds of stuff and especially, his new show that's coming out on Netflix's is masters Uber Show. So that was a really good time. Kevin Smith you put a microphone in front of me doesn't he'll talk. Talk and talk and Talk I. Think it was the least amount of talking and I've done on any hour and a half long podcasts that ever been saying that. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. Yeah but anyway so we do every fund one this week in we've. We're going up north up to Canada Oh Canada. It's like when I started ordering checks hockey and you don't know if you're GONNA GET USA. USA Russia depending on what check checks, hockey or playing. So fun I'm Johnny just. Blast three back into my my time. chucky cheeses that kid there. I liked it now you're welcome. So we got those in water government oh my. Fun when this week it's actually is a fun one. Like I said this week, we turn to our near to North Canada. And of course, it has to have the name this story that we're doing because it is one about alliens it's Canada's Roswell. Every now and I've question Oh go. It's Canada's Roswell and as we learned president trump knows a lot of interesting things about our Roswell does Justin. Trudeau. Things about SHAG harbour. Absolutely absolutely does except for us, it's the movie he watched called Shag harder very different but that's What I was wondering is Canada's Roswell because there's a redneck involved in it and nobody can prove anything or is it Canada's Roswell because something crash knows what it is. It could be either one. It's Canada's Roswell because with everyone was trying to get into the water to go search for it. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry Or is it candidates Roswell because it was a Shitty CW TV series didn't make it. Might be to. The elevator pitch for this incident, which it feels weird to say because usually incidents are when we have to explain shit see by to the neighbors eat my s see exactly that Kinda? Shit anyway. So the SHAG harbour ufo incident was a report of both aerial shit going on and. An impact of an unknown large object into the waters near Shag harbour on October fourth nineteen, sixty seven. Now you know this is a good harbour any no, it didn't happen in America because they put a hugh in that fucking Word Harbor and David. Marver isn't David Harper's got a you and his name they're all just you know he's my favorite harbor. He is my favorite harbor definitely. But when you see a unknown large object into the waters near Shag Harbour and Canada, I'm thinking John Candy. Just cannon bald. That's Great outdoors. Great outdoors noon. Asked that. Go faster I think faster..

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"harbor  " Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"harbor " Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Double buttons. I'd I'd never seen church. Had A button up shirt who was in charge of styling that guy. Good I'm looking for terrible ties. Yeah. Like the the thing coats oversized trenchcoat like massive and there's Jack Arden. It's almost I mean maybe I'm just dogging the show again but it's almost like they had closed from a different movie that they're like, Hey, we're on the cheats. Israel. Of like some people, some of the actors have said, I've brought close from home warm. Yeah. It was bad and then the Italian restaurant. So my grandmother would would say this like what the hallmark if you're eating a bowl of pasta spaghetti precisely if there's not a Gargantuan, spoon? Spaghetti religious world. I mean you have to do market research, and if you'RE GONNA put Spaghetti and meatball. Getty, house there needs to be spoon in the Spaghetti I'm with you for crying I'm with you. I've got a few but let's start with the other pilot pilots for pop's shall we I don't know his name, I called him Dan Harmon. Because that's the creator of community and he looks like he's a sober leaner version of Dan. This guy I guess is a pilot that runs a puppy rescue and also dates women thirty years older than him. I buried the lead I'm sorry. He's going on a date with a woman that literally could be his mother and maybe his grandmother. What is happening I I was so disturbed. It was not okay it was not okay. Maybe. We mistretta situation than ever said, they're going on a day but it went to lunch. They went to lunch together elbow and she said you're trying to set me up. There's a scene where marcus she's like you're trying to set this old lady up and then we find out is with his business partner. I think he was trying to get a dog someone I want you to meet and I think he was trying to get her to beat the. Understood and I think. They don't talk to the dog they just because she thought it was the guy I have someone I want you to meet and then the pilots. Played for laughs. Think it was supposed to be funny but it tanked. Either way I want to know his deal I want to be clear. I wanted to deal because he's got to. Know what it is. And then can't her for that? Can We campout? Do want to know about Lily's blog as well what that is, but I want to camp out on the general store nothing has the whole movie is ever sold in the general store. Every time they go they are given things for free crate. How is this Guy Business? His story is very general. There are a lot of possible things that you could buy there. I don't see any customers ever ever. How long has it been in business? It seems like he's known for a long time how long is going to be able to keep going when he doesn't sell anything ever ever ever that's my with homework we did it everybody. Jonathan congratulations you made your first one before we depart for the day we do have our double decker of the week. It's my decker is decker. Before as dangerous names tell everybody about where they can listen to the podcast are diaries out today. Yeah. Today you can subscribe on your favorite podcast network or not network platform. Anywhere you listen to podcasts you can get the Puck, our dad's diary I tunes, Google spotify all you can follow us on Social Media At our dad's diary on Instagram facebook and it's GonNa. Be Great to listen to Dad's talk about dad life she's story yet I don't think it's on Napster. But if you got a bramble jammed podcast dot com slash dad, he could find all the necessary links. To how everyone listen to Dan who's decker of the week are decker of the week? It's the to for if you can. A double decker Rina Saltzman and Julie see the literacy Julie See and Rena Salts Handy you the deep dive type. Guys one of the you know this has been a difficult season for a lot of people with the quarantine and everything. But one great thing that has been awesome about this is collaboration between maybe people you wouldn't expect and. Julie reached out to Tom. Hanks and they said, hey, listen to him. Would you like to do a podcast? He said yeah absolutely I'm in. And it's just Tom. Hanks, and it's Tom Hanks talks handkerchiefs. The podcast and I want to be clear Tom Hanks and this is the Tom Hanks from cast. And only okay and he is on there by himself and he's talking about hanker are. You sure that it's the talk. Because I've listened. I know Tom Hanks Voice. This is not Tom Hanks. Now there has been some debate they reach out to Tom Hanks. One, two, three, four, G MAIL DOT COM did respond back that is Tom Hanks's email address. He's turned our show numerous times. I let me just play the audio twelve, hundred three were taking. He has twelve thirty. Let me play the audio and you can decide whether. US Comics. Get, okay Dow s handkerchiefs a flood one. There are spots and frills and all kinds of fun designs next Kerchief Please Yeah. That does sound like Tom Hanks. It's great wild. We got another clip. Go, ahead. Hi It's Rita well. Tab I got still catch chefs. We'd all. It's not even a square. Love, you, I love you. GIRBAN chef. De. I think for sure that's Tom and Rito yeah. I listened to it with you guys and good with good hands. It's really read it. Kunas thank you so much if he wants to join. US now for a whole episode. podcast on our Jim could have What's IT called Tom? Hanks. Talk handkerchiefs. All the deep dive didn't remember the name scrape. Thank you for joining. Everybody pays you for listening back on Thursday with a really fun interview you won't want to miss but until then maybe the I, wish you a merry. Christmas. 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"harbor  " Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"harbor " Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Feel panda panda was only child and he was home schooled and I think he's maybe had a few solo cupcake. I felt in the. Eighteen cents a day. Two weeks with friends. Nineteen cents a day. EXPENSIVE WE'LL PROVIDE AL thousand donors. Was Prince don't come. Cheap. We'll provide all single people with. So much you guys out with as. Round. Relentlessly make fun of me still I'm like. Your Mom's been slipping me an extra. We. Don't talk about that Yeah I feel This was a scene that when it started I was concerned but as it continued. It a brought it home for me and it was the scene of the two of them dancing in the kitchen. That's a good. It's a good seen a choreographed Shindig. I liked it. It was it was music I love the music man that was A. That was a Banger But yeah, I liked it. It was it was just different kind of a you know chopped up the movie low bit It was feeling a little slow and that out a little dance routine I liked it gave me feels gave me friendship feels kind of say that friendship feels sure. Yeah. Jonathan. Yeah so the dancing scene. Reminded me of my boys dancing because we do dance parties in the kitchen. You'll hear about those on our dad's diary dropping today. But he's good. Pass PODCAST DOT com they didn't want ads. Just tried to do. So I felt it. But here's what I feel like it was a little too cheesy that again I'm understanding the concept now don't get many dance scenes like that and. So so I appreciate it the dancing and that that made me a little happy the really the joy though the joy what brought immense choice when it ended the crowd and it was over. That was great like it when we bring more grumpy people. Good movie I liked Jonathan is unequivocally not grumpy. He's enthusiastic and energetic and happy about pretty much everything but. We showed him assist Melissa. This is his this is his rocky mountain. This is first one and they're going to. He's going to you need a comeback you need to watch more and you need to. Look for Christmas? Now those are sacred as we don't. We don't. We don't hear those those. It's on the network. That's right. Paloma sacred. Wow. On this one. Okay. All Right Speaking Paula if you guys aren't listening to take the day off. Daily podcasts we tell you take the. Law Ends. Every episode with the he's on every episode he wakes up at five am which where's the same blue shirts assembly shooter blue shirt. phonetic ball. To a different. Letter blocks you is. It's a pylon. Haiku blush shoe. There's no anywhere in that. Way He's there every day. So join us today. My fields were strictly in this movie were dog feels I love. Dogs. Rescue. Thing this movie even tried to ruin does and large. I did love the fact that the actor playing marcus is also named Marcus and then briefly the dog's name is Marcus, and so we had marcus playing marcus with Marcus and I've. got. Some chuckled fields for that I. didn't think it was necessary but anytime, we're getting rescue dogs a home I'm in for that. Those are my legitimate one hundred percent true feels did it easy? Hey, let's take one more break ads, ads ads and. We'll be right back after this. I typically don't like healthy food. It's not my jam but Green Chef has changed that for me and let me tell you why green chef is a brand new us. Food Service where you could get meals delivered to your house. You make It's owned by hellofresh getting quality stuff. It's a little bit different because it's even it's even healthy. Ganic IT IS USDA certified organic company and the meal plans include Paleo plant powered Kito, and balanced living my wife and I we did the Kito meals this past week we loved all of them I even. Cook I even made one I made one I made this chicken with this Limon stuff on top it was delicious if I can do it, you can do it and our good friends at Green Chef are giving our listeners eighty dollars off what your first month plus free shipping. By going to green chef dot com slash hallmark eighty you can get a eighty dollars off with the Promo Code Hallmark. Eighty. That screen chef, dot com slash hallmark eighty. You're not going to regret this green chef is the way to go green dot com slash hallmark eighty. Funny Do. Try Guys I mean. Hey guys you want to dive into the way what? We're talking about what is minutes go wait what no way panda so She gets off the plane and she still says you're driving there's this whole driving flying driving the sign bit. I just want to point out no matter how bad somebody's flying is you don't call it driving in no world. That's not a bit like, no, you don't no one says that. Ever. I wasn't dumb bit I. Think what's Weird about that bid is is that we're to believe that's the first time they talked. Yeah because that conversation which happens after he's flown her to the islands. Is the first time they've talked trench either the whole. That's it. Yeah they didn't. Plane Silent Everything silent, and then she starts off our conversation with the pilot by going driving spent. I kind of thought. It was a mess up blake that they just kept that. She accidentally said the wrong line and just kept going no I. think that's giving this movie too much credit. In that regard like I mean I just don't think. This. Watch. Again, what we planted sit there and to assume that the Russian the ad Lib Gay. Just want you to get your messaging straight I. Love the movie they've never. Seen this year. Why? Get. Straight. down. To rescue much credit. The she pulls out picture of her family with her mom and Dad. There's not a lot of times I. Notice the Photoshop Job. Bad. This one, her parents apparently are already dead ghosts in the picture just hovering behind her. Fashion it's the worst job I've seen. Guys can we talk about the Lantern Festival? What please please? Can We? She gives a speech after winning the lantern? How is that a thing? It she gives the old she gets up there and he's soon she's taking it next thing you know it's first off I'd like to what are you? What are you doing? You know read the situation Yeah Lady. Thank God. Forgive Me Song. For, creating Around for that speech, no host of the Lantern Festival though said that it always brightens his day. So speech speech when this happens repeated every every year somebody. Pana. What would your speech be? If you won the Lantern Man I actually did don't act like he didn't do one worn you a Lantern Greenville's Let. One it. So eight. Out there we have audience giving a speech before he grabs the Mike to that clip trips guys I just.

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"harbor  " Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"harbor " Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Hey those back they were. Firing, inspiring reads I'll tell you that much. Hey, do you guys want to dive into this movie? It's called love on harbour island. Jonathan I. Know I know I know that you know this because he listen every episode four seconds to talk about this movie to break down to share how fouts and we always start with the whole. Week. Show talk exactly how he felt about swimming. We break it down and I was so panda because no one breaks things down and more clear and more concise. Panda panel. What did you think about this moving guys? Let me tell you. Let me break it down straightaway straightaway. No curves. Not Chimneys Straight. Fast. Fast. Down down the HOOK CHECK CHECK CHECK CHECK DOWN? The Hook. Now, I'm wondering one. Gas Term Check check. Check. I. Liked this movie a lot. Yeah and here's why it has a little bit of fall feels A. Lot Of. Yeah it's so great. You're on an island beautiful Yup. I think they give a little bit of an understated performance to to leads here you do see a relationship blossom and developed in this movie I can make. Together they give one understated performance. Yes I could see where you're coming down on. What I will say I liked it. I thought it was I thought they were cute together. I enjoyed the movie overall will watch again we'll watch again. Wow Jonathan. Thought. It was horrible. My first hallmark movie and it's going to be hard for me to like trust anybody says this one's a good one but the bar was so low. Yes. Yes. That it can get up see. I mean the island part was Nice I. Want to be on an island but nothing else about it made sense to me. There are fans listening that are. People that really love these movies and I'm not one of them and this movie is unequivocally terrible. I'll get there but. It's really you not only started with a fall movie in their summer slate, but one that had been shelled for later released. So this is I think it was the that was holding up the show. Under the I'm not here to defend hallmark movies by any stretch but if you're going to get a hallmark movie experience, this was not one of them like from a standard this is substandard and he loves full. That's why he liked this movies. Great. Yeah it's great not. Sorry about that. So I wanna make this perfectly clear. This small movie was more fall than any of the fall movies we got. Yes I frigate adored that I mean I I have been over summers and summer began I hate the season with a fiber of my being the fact that I have to walk outside of my house and I have to take another shower just one saying aside I hate it I'm over it and so the summer slate was not something I was excited about because I don't need reminders of the fact that I hate life right now. So, this movie was a huge relief in that regard because it was the most vulnerable. In a year, it was brisk. There was there was. A pumpkin but pumpkin was breath you could see they were lot loads. Double. Double layer so I love that. Guy I thought that. Marcus played by Marcus. Was One of my least favorite characters. A longtime. I really did not like him. I cannot believe that there is a world where she likes him after all of the things that he does and says, in the first thirty, forty, five minutes of this movie. He's a jerk, and that's the reason why we got shelved because it's just not nice. He's not nice and I don't like him at all and I hope I never have to see Marcus again and I'm not GonNa Watch it beginning because of Marcus I wish I could watch US Megan because of the way it gave me fall feels is unlike any movement had any year over year but boy I did not like Marcus and and it really bummed me out that she ended up with him. GimMe Bradford all day long. Oh the only reason that this movie is better than last week's hot air balloon debacle is because it is so ridiculous that I got some chuckles out of it like there are some legit laughs in this movie. None of them intended for laughs. This movie is bad. The leads are bad. This movie is so bad that the lead actor says I'm not really big on that whole Internet thing and that doesn't make top ten of the white. What's he says, I'm not really big on that whole Internet thing. And it doesn't even crack the top ten of way. What's this? Is I mean these shelves movies are awful like they're just inexcusable I could not be, and this is where I am. This is how low I am right now I, am excited about weddings every weekend next weekend and I hate these movies I hate the wedding movies, the summer movies, but to get a new movie with Jewish Sherman Wolf is the writer who we know and. Love with Paul Campbell and Kimberly Susta. You have made me excited about this movie by throwing these turns at us like they're just shocking them at like this should never be aired coming in hot I. Don't know I. Don't know what you want me to do. It's a bad movie is no excuse for this movie but the fall but the fall it's brisk. You can see that I felt cooler I felt cooler watching it. That is it. The best shelled movie you've seen the let's let's talk about I would take love under the Olive Tree over this when. You are me. I. Getting meeting the Olive Tree over this movie you know what? Maybe. We can agree on really liked this movie like I did I did like cosmic you didn't look if we go back and play your take that movie I bet it would not have been as China's this movie. Yeah. That's part of the fall. Fall guys. Oh my gosh, I'm a PS L. boy I just I. I don't WanNa. PSL. About. Hey. Did you hear no sells back August Twenty, eight, twenty, eight come on A. Date with my pan. That was an awkward high five before. Kogas. Yeah any high five with him because he? He doesn't like normal. I don't. who he does. Most people you watch the elbows but with him, if you watch the elbow, you hit the. Is. Also all palm somehow it's like yeah. Yeah. Yeah I, go all all Paul, you're pushing them away yes. No high don't push me away on trying to go on a date with you. Do we go fingers I know we go hand we go hand I the key is down the hooker. Hey. Can you hand us off to paint and? This this movie's really really bad as the dumpster fire I don't know what to tell you SAGAS. It's time for all the fields emerged show, but once gave us those fields Pande. is going to sound weird it's the first time and. I doubt it. I got weird feels when they panned over the cupcake at the very beginning sitting there and then they she just has a solo cupcake on her plate and it's the first time and hear me out when I saw the cake she walks away from your date. Yeah. Restaurant. Office. I'm sitting there office multiple cupcakes, I your cupcake. Made me. Sad. I. Think it's a Solo cupcake on your birthday. First of all I think is a sad thing. But when you're alone at work your way from your family and there's a Solo cupcake that to me that that hurt me and that's that's the one that I.

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"harbor  " Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

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"harbor " Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

"Welcome to Santa Cruz and kitchen podcast. I'm Andrea and I'm Mel and we're two friends who like to cruise. WHO's into the kitchens of Santa Cruz restaurants and enjoy some good food and share our experiences with you so we don't actually go into the kitchens just want to be clear we actually stay in the dining signing room? We might peek into the kitchen but we stay in the dining room and eat because we would be no use in the kitchen. Obviously no I have no background experience in restaurants uh-huh and are only agenda. Here is to eat some good food and talk about eating some good food and reporting record and to record this podcast for you purely for fun. Now I'll we'll have to say we. We intend to eat good food sometimes the food. Isn't that great right. How is it that was not the case this week? It was not the cases cases. We we had some great food this week. We did. So where do we go this week. Man We went to harbor cafe on a Tuesday morning and it was the Tuesday before Thanksgiving so it was a little bit different probably probably population wise and it would be. We got there right at eight o'clock because we both work and wanted to get to breakfast early. In the reason we chose have a cafe is I. I probably driven by how the Cafe Thousand Times at least and seeing the lines and going. Oh yeah that looks okay. I'll stop in line and I I I have been living on the other side of the Halbe so my default has never been her cafe so it was good that we chose to yeah. I've never eaten there yet. Yeah I think this is one of the reasons I like to talk to eat at different places. We got a reason to go to the one we drive by all the time so that we got there at eight and there was there was a little freccia ha in the compaq sure. It's even that well. There was one couple who had dined to get in. I write Mel Right eight o'clock in the morning in the morning like this then they. They just like slammed the car into the parking lot and just ran to the doorway park too close to me living heck out so the WEHAVE ABBA cafes set up is they have an big outside Israel which is where you walk in then. They have a dining room if you want to call it. That wooden tables with a bath full by full more. And they're only open 'til two exactly so full by and then they have another room. That has the kitchen. There's also like two or three tables there and you go around the corner on the street front. These two picnic tables right on seventh avenue. I didn't realize that kind of an enclosure of sorts. Exactly made the cool people eat right. We went to call people and it was eight o'clock on a chilling warning so we ate inside. And what did you have for breakfast. I well so let's about the menu before we talk show. I thought the menu was extensive. Yeah so they had a lot of benedict's addicts and then they had a Lotta scrambles a lot of sides. You can get your classic breakfast if you want to have specials that look like every day on Wednesday after we were there. The basic breakfast was only six dollars. Okay and then you could add. Meet France for nine dollars so I thought the menu was excellent and fallen One thing I liked is like one of the sides was Vegetables you could just get a plate of vegetables before so I think if you Vegan you could do the vegetables IOS and potatoes and it would be great so now. Let's talk about what we ate. Melwood you have. I had the Kelly Benny. Because I'm like Benedict's and this one was on a croissant. Instead of an English muffin which made it's so much easier to saw through. Yeah Oh so that it was delicious. It had bacon had avocado. We'll say the Benedict sauce had a cheesy taste as opposed to a purely benedict taste. I guess we'll cheesier the normal but it was good. I mean I definitely finished it and and you said there was something about the croissants what did I say about the almond. Queso Ho. That's true you mentioned which is a little odd did have an. It was kind of a weird taste to go with all that other stuff and I just thought a plain croissant would have been better. But I'll take it. I mean either way it was delicious and they coffee was good and hot so I smacked a little of your potatoes compared potato yeah side so when the potato they were delicious but then they'll call when they got Colin not so much for me. I don't know if you had the same experience I didn't because I just smothered them and catch up beneath them anyway. Well that's right your kitchen. Faint and they were. They were You know cut potatoes. They weren't like Hash browns or fries or anything. They're they're very actually really good so normally get them. I had the I had the Burrito the breakfast Burrito and it was delicious so you know it had eggs and EPA Kado of potatoes no meat because which is what I didn't want anyway. It was delicious Salsa Fresca in it and then it came with Uh uh Salsa Verde on the side so it was really good number. `tatoes didn't need it and I think you took some I did. I took out of it because I was going. It'd be going somewhere else. I didn't want to go somewhere else. Full to the Brim. But I had the rest of it for lunch so we will find our gover- so it was really good now. The coffee is a coffee right. Not My favorite right so for me the coffee with me but you know it's just me. Okay well I enjoyed. Freud was nice and hot and half and half. From what else do you need and the service was great. Service was really good so kappa. We talked about going in eight o'clock. They got served served at eight sixteen. 'cause I looked at my phone. So eight sixteen sixteen minutes is incredible. Your time we're all seated and they were gone by like eight eight forty. Yeah so it's fast service. Now by the time by eight thirty came around all the inside seats were taken right tables and I think I counted like nine hundred eleven inside tables. They were all taken okay and then even one of the outside table right now. Even though it was pretty cold regulars they fishermen they did in one of them was wearing. Look like as Pajama Fan. Yeah so you know slip is Oh flip flops. So the service service was impeccable. Very very fast service. It was great We were out of there by nine. Yeah and by nine forty. I mean by eight forty eight forty five. Seven of those tables were empty so people coming load and notice the eating and leave so we did ask as a sort of normal mall of big Russia aid and he said no because it was Thanksgiving week a lot of kids rat tables have kids a lot of kids out and so you know there was some people who may not normally been. Yeah take a look at his house. But that's the weekday weekends packed. Oh yeah every time I drive by on the weekend. It's packed but you also went back on Friday. So let's let's talk about our review and we'll see that you know let's talk about a painted review rating and then I'll talk about going back. Okay all right so tell me what are review radio or patent rating system is Number one which is fork. This place means we're not going back The second reading would be second helping which which means we'll be going back and we're GonNa try something else on the menu and our highest rating the plate liquor means we will be back to lick plates with friends later on. Yes S. O.. For me this was definitely a lick the plate place so I went Tuesday morning with Mel and I had a friend in town for Thanksgiving and we went on Friday morning. She's like where should we go for breakfast. I'm like I know just so. We got there around ten and we did have to wait and we and they will see people outside. Because it wasn't raining Sony. They were sending people that we wanted inside now. The spot that we got inside we waited ten minutes Max. It was pretty breezy so I was a little uncomfortable. Oh 'cause it was a breeze you know my kidneys so little brace so I had A. I had the POLENTA Bennett. Oh which it is the avocado mcaddo. I think Mushrooms Avocado Benedict. But instead of being on a Muffin. It's on POLENTA squeezed. Even easier to cut through easy to and dull collusion. Very Good Clinton runny or what kind of crusty. This was the crusty one. Okay as the plaintiff and Friday and then put put the poached egg on now. I will have approach eggs. That will never have plane crash live. Have you know you're not GonNa make holidays now. I had a side of instead of the potatoes. I hit the Hash browns our that they were good. That was standard Hash browns. They were delicious. How do they compare to the fresh cut? Potatoes from Tuesday morning I think that choosing one bidder when they were hot. Okay but you know hashbrowns Hash. Browns were good. Yeah not not like Oh my God but differently. Obviously display the place for me as a look the plate because I went back on the same week anti took afraid seventy two hours later the price. They didn't go. Oh Nice phrases in town on Sunday morning. They're like hey where do you want to go for breakfast again. But we win somewhere morale's naming a table after Awkward Tab and I'd give it a plate liquor as well because I love a good breakfast list I'd probably try and get down there on Sunday morning. Maybe when it's warmer out need outside 'cause I like eating outside. Would you be willing to wait. Probably if I knew that going going into it and I know the food's good and the food's worth waiting for row would probably do that okay. Okay Yeah when I went on Friday there was like a family of six to fit one family of saving one family. Live six and they still say they sat outside but pretty fast. Oh yes they could serve as their do. Yeah they do. And let's see. We spent a total of toto so for both of us. Twenty six dollars. So that was Affordable as well it's like twenty six pet- plus it was a temp okay. Yes really I think it was because I think it was about fifteen. Well I just had the BURRITO. which was I think eight bucks okay? So and then coffey. I had the coffee and didn't enjoy the coffee better. I had even had a drink at any. I told them and they were under water. It's not automatic but differently. This was a great one for us. We're good and join US next. We almost so tell us so. It's eighty two. Yeah Eighty two and where is it located it is located. Oh Harbor Cafe is located at five three five seven. Th Avenue Avenue in Santa Cruz down by what is the name ministry down by the harbor. Yes so it's on the entrance to the yellowhammer that operations of the habit and it has its own little CAPAC DOC but most people just back on the street because complex okay so next week. We're not sure where we're going. But we will have a fabulous podcast about it and please join us then thank you..

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