21 Burst results for "Heber"
"heber" Discussed on ExtraTime
"But we hadn't seen it consistently and he hadn't really played last year in Austin. They got all these guys. Kyle hebert out of MLS X pro, like jiggler whisky. From Vancouver, Tom, like this is why I get really passionate about internal MLS transfer market and movement because there's a lot of talent that sometimes is not in the right spot. And the more we can get that talent and the right spot, the better league we're going to have. By the way, if you're watching on Apple TV or YouTube, we just saw the next generation of talent at the cow household coming around the corner. But Tom, this was a roster build that got some, it got some flak. And we focused on that no designated player designated team headline. And now we're getting that big foam middle finger. Yeah, look, they did a numerous things really well. First of all, they made their first signing a year more than a year before their first game. They had 9 players signed by, I think, July or August, and not only were they all signed, but they were all in market in St. Louis. They didn't loan them. And there's one argument where, well, yeah, like Klaus berkey, they're not loving, they're not playing first team football for half a year or whatever, right? They're just kind of training. But it worked out so well. And I was speaking with loving about this and he's like, I'm so happy that I was here 6 months early. He's like, I needed this time to settle in. So they did that really well. Bradley carnell was an awesome hire. He had the perfect blend of really high level endless experience with the Red Bulls for 5 years and he was the interim manager for a little while before Gerard strucker became. And he's somebody who aligns with lutes fantasy in the geek and pressing and their transition like that from Amanda top down was the ideal and the vision and the goal and everybody's aligned and bought in. So that helps with roster building because you know exactly what you're looking for. And another kind of nugget on Bradley Cornell, remember when Chris Armas was an assistant with Manchester United under Ralph RAINN. Carnell was in line for that as well. And he ended up turning it down and staying here. And that worked out brilliantly for him, and he's now doing really well at St. Louis. And again, it just kind of shows where he was viewed at by again Ralph Rangnick is like the father of modern dean pressing. It needs somebody who's influenced clap and a bunch of other quotes. David coaches David Wagner. So Bradley Cornell has been awesome and that's why the structure has been here. And that's why you look at the line in my last point here. Like I said, Nelson Bartlett Shroud that's love. Joaquin, heber, Nur winski, those are 7 players who weren't regulars at their clubs. These are 7 players that anybody could have had. And they all played really well for their first win in their first shot. And can I just say something picking off your point? 'cause I love that you touched on, they got the players into market early. You don't realize how big of an advantage that is. And it almost seems like, why weren't other teams doing this before? Why don't other expansion teams even think of this? Money is a part of it. You have to pay MLS wages. I have a season before you. So St. Louis ownership deserves credit for that. Sorry, sorry. No, no, no. But it's a huge thing because you come to America, obviously it's a difficult place to come because the background checks, trying to get a car.
Evangelism on SermonAudio
"heber" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"And he would have given thee what? Living water. So Jesus sees an opportunity here. You know what? This woman comes back time and time again to draw water. We have it so easy, don't we? If we turn on the faucet. They had to draw water from the wells and carry it. Jesus sees us an opportunity. Listen, this woman keeps coming back in her thirst. There's never a quench for long. She has to keep coming back for water. I'll give her a spiritual illustration here that you know what? This spiritual water, you never have to come back again. So many people in this world, you ask them. You know, are you saved? Do you know for sure you're going to heaven and we die? Well, I was once or oh yeah, I've been saved several times. Many people have said it to me. Yeah, I've been saved several times. Some say, you know, I asked the lord to save me all the time. You know, just to make sure. They don't understand what Salvation is. They do not understand. They keep coming back. And the reason is is because they don't understand what it is. It's living water. It's ever lasting water. As we read on, versus 11. The woman say it, and I'm sure that was nothing to draw with and the well is deep from Winston has style that living water. Arthur greater than her father, Jacob, which gave us the well and drank there of himself and his children and his cattle. Jesus answered and said in her whosoever drink it of this water shall. Thirst again. But it was over drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall what? Never thirst, but the water that I shall give him shall be in him. A well of water, springing up into everlasting life. There's so many people that practice religious rituals and traditions over and over and over again. They don't understand the satisfaction in Christ, the eternal Salvation in Jesus Christ. Notice of me in hebrews chapter 9. He moves chapter 9. Inverse 11. Heber's 9 verse 11. Hebrews chapters 9 and ten just really emphasize this point at Salvation. Is eternal that Jesus won sacrifice purchased our Salvation forever. But notice in Hebrew is 90 11. We'll go to 14. But Christ, being calm and high priest of good things to come.
Evangelism on SermonAudio
"heber" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"Getting plastered with tattoos as I was waiting in the doctor's office for one of our folks this last week. They had a TV playing an arrow trying to study and then there was a guy on there selling real estate. And so at first, he's selling real estate. And then it goes to another episode. And here he has a, it looked like to me a snake tattooed from one ear around his neck and back up to the other side. And can you imagine doing such a thing, tattooing a snake around your neck? I've seen people with spiders tattooed right here. I mean, what is wrong with people? Tatooine is if I see a spider a kill it. Why would you want to tear to a spider on your neck? It is just unreal. I've seen people with shaved heads and their head is all tattooed. It's just, there's no end. What is going on? This fad doesn't seem to be passing away. Have you noticed that? I mean, this fad of tattooing has been with us quite a few years now. And it is not fading away. Is it? It's only getting worse, much worse. So it just shows us here the world is being prepped. To take the mark and to so many people, it's not going to matter if they put it on their hand. They probably already have tattoos on their hand. And many people have them on their head. Their face, it's going to seem like nothing, well, it's just preparing people for that time. And then you have the whole situation with the finances. It says here, they're not going to be able to buy or sell. Also, in regard to this, inverse 17, and that no man might buy or sell, save he had the Mark. We can just see another aspect of that right there. The whole COVID thing. The Bible talks about pestilences in the last days. Well, the pestilence of COVID, however it started. But the result of it is, there are a lot fewer cash transactions now. It kind of thrusts us more and more, like it made us jump way ahead into electronic payments. And you can just see how the anarchists, no man can buy or sell without the Mark. And you can just see for people that have no clue what they're doing. You know what? If they could get a tattoo that could be scanned, that would be personalized and scanned, so they wouldn't have to have a thick wallet or a purse filled with credit cards. You know, there's a lot of people that say that will say, sure, why not? Sounds good to me. Don't have to carry any cash with me. Scan my tattoo. That is coming. But people just don't seem to understand what's happening. But we can, because we have the scripture, and so we're trying to a evangelize these people, notice in hebrews ten but it's a people that are not ready. Heber's ten.
Evangelism Training Podcast
"heber" Discussed on Evangelism Training Podcast
"No, I think this is a, I think this is a big deal because, you know, I'm a big, I'm not one of these guys in the church. That would say, have you ever heard the phrase everything rises and falls on leadership? You ever heard that phrase? Like, I'm not a fan of that phrase, to be honest with you. When it comes to the church, I think everything rises and falls on Jesus, right? And yet, in that same vein, however, I do think leadership of the church is incredibly important. Right. And my mind instantly goes to heber's 13 7. That says remember your leaders who have spoken God's word to you. As you carefully observe the outcome of their lives, imitate their faith. And I think, okay, wow, there are so many implications to that that is far bigger than just evangelism. But I would also point out that it does include evangelism. Right? We are to be his witnesses. And so I think a lot of the reason why maybe, you know, some of the ingredients that impacts the churches, they have pastors and leaders that don't evangelize. They don't share stories of engaging lost people. And what I think that the church needs to some degree is not someone that stands up like the perfect evangelist. I've got it all figured out. I'm like Charlton Heston's Moses, you know, standing there, Gandalf, you shall not pass confidence, but I think what can be equally as powerful to the body that is already fearful that is already holding the gospel with trembling hands to the world. Stands up and even in our weakness says I'm willing to engage in this work. You know, I'm willing to have someone that doesn't know Christ around my own dinner table. And engage in missional activity independent from my job as a pastor. But I'm working to get to know my neighbors. I'm working when I go to one of my kids sporting events to just pray to the lord. Can you give me one meaningful conversation with someone? Like, I'm trying to do this along with you. And I'm going to fail forward with you. But because I'm convinced, you know, I think of what Paul says in second Corinthians, where he says, I believed and so I spoke, I think this is a hugely convicting verse for us as the church. If we believe that Christ rose from the dead, if we believe that Salvation is found only in him, then even as we don't feel we're masters of evangelism, can we speak?
Evangelism on SermonAudio
"heber" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"And they come for a visit with you, you drop almost anything you have if possible to spend time with them, is it a chore and work to be spend time with them? Many of you would say no. Especially if that person is a mentor, someone you love, you care for, and they come for a visit, and maybe you haven't seen them for a very long time. Maybe they live on the other side of the world and they come and visit you, you're thinking, wow, they've sacrificed to come see me, and I have the privilege and the opportunity to spend time with them. There's joy in that relationship. When I'm saying we're choosing our boss and I'm choosing the work, I'm saying I just want to abide in God's presence. In everything I do in life. And I can have that joy. Heber's four, three, for we, which I believe do enter into rest as he said I have, as I have sworn in my wrath, if they shall enter into my rest, although the works were finished from the foundation of the world. The rest is from the trials, the afflictions and the troubles of this life. You know what? Sin makes things a whole lot more difficult. Selfishness. People are selfish. People treat us wrong. They're harsh against us. And it increases the stress of life. We enter Adam and Eve were in the full rest of God. And yet God says you still have a purpose. Our joy one day in heaven, fully restored to that which Adam and Eve gave up. and a place of eternal rest, work is a requirement for life and eternity, but it becomes work and laborious and just burdensome and heavy when I'm doing it for myself. But if I'm doing it for God and I'm in that close relationship and as you're all on the altar, is it every part of you that I'm saying God? It's all for you. As we think on this idea of choosing your boss, who is the one to whom your serving on this world? When I serve my wife and I serve and I care for my daughter and the dogs and I care for them and caring for the church and I'm doing it if I'm doing it for myself after a while it's like it's Abby. When you're when you're at home and you're going through
Evangelism on SermonAudio
"heber" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"You get it out, you read it. You fold it off. You can bring it out, you beat it. You hold it up, you put it in your pocket, you have it, it's precious to you. I still have notes that Ashton wrote me and I still get them out from time to time whenever I see that box, and I unfold it, and I see that pretty writing. I see all of the lovely words and I just rejoice as my heart. It was good news to me that she loved me, and I still don't understand why that is. Just as we have the good news from God that he has loved us. Even though we can't in our minds grasp in the world, he would love us. Why in the world he would choose to set his love upon us and for a message of how God's love I refer you to last week because for Christmas all we did was look at the love of that God has had for each and every one of us. But today I want to remind us of this and remind us that we are called to be sharing this message. We are to be telling everybody about the love of God. This love that he has had for us when we were yet sinners. When we were yet enemies of God, he loved us. And he sent his son to give us life. To give us entrance into his kingdom, to bless us in more ways than we can ever even count and in ways that we just can't even fathom. This is the message that we have been given. This is the message that Jesus preached. And he called all people to repent and believe in God. This is the good news of God given to Jesus, and Jesus preached it as we've seen all throughout Luke. And then he gave it to his apostles. And as we read through most of acts last year, we remember that's what the apostles did. They went from place to place to place to place to preach the good news to tell about what God has done in order to give you eternal life. And then there's apostles passed it down to us once and for all. They put it in the word of God, and they passed it down to us. Heber's chapters two assess this. That God gave this message to Jesus. In fact, hebrews calls Jesus, the high priest and apostle of our faith. And then Jesus passed it to his apostles, and these apostles preached that message testifying with both signs and wonders by miracles and gifts of the Holy Spirit, given from God according to the will of the Holy Spirit. And this message that was priest by Jesus was preached by the apostles was handed down to the next generation of Christians who handed it down to the next generation who handed it down to the next generation all the way down to us today. And so this comes to us in the form of the word of God, the scriptures written to the saints written to the church written by the apostles for us once and for all. This is one reason that the scriptures are so important is that this contains the gospel of God from genesis one to revelation 22. It's all the good news of God.
"heber" Discussed on Liberty Station
"And at the front desk, we've been like a little kid. And he said, well, what about you? And I just, I was like, look, I'm going to hell. I told him what I did. And he's like, do you think your sin is stronger than God's race? And I didn't understand how to answer that question. And then he took me to heber's 11 and took me through all of the centers. You know, even Samson being in the Hall of Fame, if you will. And then he took me to David again, and I went through that story, and then we went to psalm 51 and showing that God and the conch rightness of David's heart and examining that only before you, I have sent award. And even though he sent against other people, but his sin against God. And so then he gave me the gospel, knowing that God, Jesus came home to himself. To take the form of a slave and human flesh and live the perfect life that we can not die on our behalf and that transaction that was made was to cover our sins. So that his people would be forgiven and he imputed his right distance to us as he removed our sin, took that to the grave, and then three days later, rose again, intercede for us forever. And after hearing that, I just broke down even more. And that's all I wanted. I mean, I used to cut all the time. Again, like Tupac was my hero. I wanted to be a rapper. I wanted to be an actor. I wanted to do all these things. And he took a lot of that away instantly. You know, I used to bite my nails all the time. There are physical things and realities that happen quickly. Obviously, my friend, one of my other parents, he says, we're all like whisky bottles. At the point of Salvation, the whisky's removed. But you still smell like whisky. And you know, I still had a lot of the realities of my life and the consequences of sin, you know, like I was not a good husband. I was not a good father by biblical standards. I was not training them in the way and the ways that they should go. So I could see why, 'cause I was always gone to my wife had no stability in our marriage because I was like traveling to the Philippines. I was traveling through Japan. I was going everywhere gone and seemingly doing a bunch of different things and never landing on anything. So she had no reason to trust in the order that my Salvation was real. I would turn up all these things about why she should become a Christian and she tear them apart.
Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"heber" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Which is where you say, that's sad, but, you know, because there's something perhaps silly about the death, like kind of almost like a Darwin awards aspect to the death. So this came to light courtesy of one of the great researchers of baseball Bill haber, who was a founding member of saber and specifically devoted himself to player deaths, right, and to trying to figure out how players died or where they died and get that death information that we kind of take for granted when we go to baseball reference, and there's not only a burst date, but a death date on there. And so Bill haber was able to track down hundreds of players, deaths, and the details surrounding their deaths and I'm reading here from a New York Times article called the sleuth of baseball from 1986, which was about haber and it says when haber came across the name of one Samuel Powell in a baseball encyclopedia, he was intrigued. Powell pitched in two games for the St. Louis browns in 1913. Other than the listing of his name, there was not an outs more of background information about him, who was Samuel Powell, heber asked himself by incredible perseverance over a period of years, says haber, he found out Samuel Powell was actually Jack Powell, who was actually reginald, Bertrand Powell, haber traced him to a small newspaper clipping in the Memphis commercial appeal on March 12th, 1930, and I have also looked up that article in another article which was way easier for me to do than it was for Bill haber at the time because I just had to put this into newspapers dot com. A lot of research is easier these days. But Jack Powell, I learned, was really the original beef boy, not because he was big and beefy, although he was, he was 6 two, which was quite large for someone born in 1891, but really for other reasons, which I will share with you now. So this is actually from the York dispatch on March 13th, 1930, and the headline is man chokes to death. Okay, so that is the sad part. And here is the but and this is the headline craving for bigger and better stake is fatal. Okay? And this is an AP story from Memphis, Tennessee, reginald B Powell, enjoyed only one thing better than a beefsteak, and that's more a beefsteaks. He told friends. He entered a cafe early today in order to favorite cut, calling patrons of the restaurant to his table, he said, here's to bigger and better beefsteaks. Watch me eat half of this one in one bite. Oh my gosh. He choked to death before he could be taken to a
"heber" Discussed on WBUR
"Lots of comments reaching 50,000 Facebook users. Heber wrote that she's a Muslim, and that she wore a hijab for more than 20 years. She says, I do support women's right to choose, whatever she wants to wear, give people the right of choosing. But kipchumba says there's truly honor and respect for women who put on the hijab. We've witnessed the abuse of women's bodies in the name of advertisement, unfortunately perpetuated by male gender. COVID, is it back? Did it ever go away? This next story popped up in more than 400,000 Facebook feeds this week and got lots of you talking. Well, the BA 5 variant is a significant challenge to us around the world. And it has features like the immune escape infectivity, blocking to some degree our innate immunity. These are real challenges that we're trying to cope with really throughout the world now. BA 5, as you say, is causing big problems in America where you are, give us a sense of the picture there then. Well, it's not a good one at all We have a rise in hospitalizations, about 25% in recent days. It's hard to know about the cases, but our positivity rate is extremely high by one measure, the highest in the pandemic, including the massive surge of omicron, but we have very poor vaccination boosters, second boosters in high risk people. We're 67th ranked in the world of countries for booster shots here. So our immunity wall is not good, and we also are not aggressively pursuing the variant proof vaccines and the nasal vaccines. Is that in part because people feel that, yeah, there might be a lot of COVID around, but I'm probably unlikely these days to die of it. Right, you're wrongly, but is there that feeling out there? Well, there's a feeling that there's no pandemic among a lot of people that are just in denial, you know, just this idea they can wheel it away, which it can't happen. That was doctor Eric topol, the director of the Scripps research translational institute in California. He was talking to newsdays, James copnall, about COVID, complacency. That's people hoping perhaps and wishing that the pandemic has gone away when in reality the virus is still with us and constantly on the move. There are more than 500 comments about this with people debating the threat posed by new types of the omicron strain such as sub variants, BA 5. Jenny writes, it's been said over and over, complacency costs lives. It's shocking how many people are spouting. We just have to live with it, like it's as harmless as a cold. But patty replies bring it on and what happens happens. No more inept vaccines for me. I've had COVID-19, it was no worse than the flu. Also, beginning to rise up in your social media activity and online searches, the marburg virus. It's a highly infectious disease in the same family as
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"heber" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"They're all much, much longer than we could possibly see. All right, back with professor Keating. Brian Keating is a distinguished professor. It's not an adjective I made up. It's part of his title. Distinguished Professor of physics. University of California, San Diego. So I asked you if this telescope peering into the truly earliest part of the university we've ever seen, and giving more affirmation that there was a Big Bang. Does that do you think move any of your colleagues to even meditate on the notion that there is a creator? I'm going to answer your question, Dennis. I'm not trying to be evasive, but I've always wanted to ask you kind of the inverse of that question. So if you'll permit me. Do you think that these images I'm showing them now from my website, Brian Keating dot com slash list. Do you think they'll convince religiously affiliated people to take science more seriously? Well, you know how religious I am and how God centered I try to be. And I take the fact that I'm having the whole hour with you, shows. I take it seriously. What I don't take seriously is the notion that science will teach me good and evil or meaning. I agree. I think that this should be a vehicle science because I think it says heavens proclaim the wisdom of God. Right. That's right. It also says Dennis, it also says to, as you know, Abraham and you know better than anybody. I learned this from you. Heber has a command form. God tells Abraham. Go and count the stars. Now I take that personally. In my life. As a command to do what I do to get more appreciation for the works of the creator, by studying his handiwork, which to me is what I do. So do I care that somebody else doesn't have a belief in God who's an atheist? I'm not going to try to convince them. But why waste my time with those people, Dennis? Why not start with people like your listeners and say, look, if you want to deepen your amuna, your faith, your tenacity of your belief in the existential existence to be repetitive of the ultimate being, then study sign. It's the only language that we get that he speaks that he can speak. We don't speak whatever language other language God speaks. Other than math and science. So I encourage science and buff. Yeah, and music, right? Yeah. I mean, you could ask, why did God make so many colors? Why did he make it? This galaxy Stefan's quintet that I'm showing behind me in the video. What does that have to do with daily life on earth? No, it's about more than that. Brian Keating dot com slash list. Is a special man, my Friends. Brian, this was a joy. It went too fast. Thank you, mutual. The Dennis prager show, live from the relief factor pain free studio..
Your Daily Prayer
"heber" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer
"A prayer went battling rejection by Emily rose massie, read by Leah Martin. For he himself has said, I will never desert you, nor will I ever forsake you. So that we, confidently say, the lord is my helper, I will not be afraid. What will man do to me? Heber's 13 5 through 6. I woke up one morning recently crying after having a very vivid heart piercing dream. It was almost as if my current heart struggle was being played out right before me. I could honestly see this dream happening in reality. The words that were spoken in the dream to me and my husband cut to the core and they hurt so badly that my first reaction were tears so strong they stained my cheeks when I awoke. And being a storyteller allows for intense dream tales in my mind while I'm supposed to be resting or sleeping. It's something I've always dealt with since I was a child. I wake up trying to shake the mental visions, telling myself over and over again that it's not real. Eventually the emotions fade, and I can go on with the rest of my day. In this recent instance, I had trouble getting past the pain, and I just began talking to God about it. It was very obvious and simple. I was still dealing with rejection, and it still hurt. But I was reminded that there's a friend who sticks closer than a brother. Proverbs 1824. Although proverbs 1824 doesn't necessarily say that that friend is Jesus, I know that he will always be there for me, even when everyone else fails me. Scripture tells us that God never leaves us or forsakes us in deuteronomy 31 6. This truth from the Old Testament about our never changing God is stated again as a reminder in heber's 13. Along with this powerful truth that people will fail us, and people may reject us. But we should not fear, for God is on our side, he is our helper. Says, for he himself has said, I will never desert you, nor will I ever forsake you. So that we, confidently say, the lord is my helper. I will not be afraid. What will man do to me? When we face rejection from others, we must remember that Jesus understands more than anyone, what rejection feels like. He's very familiar with it himself. Many people rejected Jesus, and they continue to do so, while he was here on earth. Even one of his very own disciples Judas rejected him and betrayed him. And just a couple hours later, another one of his closest disciples Peter rejected even knowing him. Three times to be exact. Archie so thankful for Jesus forgiveness when we turn our backs on him. He gives us so many opportunities to repent and make things right in our relationship with him. His mercies toward us are new every single morning. What love? The lord understands our pain regarding rejection in his arms are open wide. So let's be quick to draw near to him. He's always with you, even to the end of the age. Let's pray. ABBA, father, I'm hurting. I don't want to hold on to this pain of rejection. I want to heal from the wounds of those who have hurt me. I choose to forgive, I want you to bless those who hurt me, even if they don't want me in their life anymore. Your son was rejected, even by you for a moment when he took the punishment of sin out of love for me. Thank you, Jesus for being the friend I need, who sticks by me no matter what. I love you, lord. Thank you for always loving me and never leaving me..
"heber" Discussed on WTOP
"Slash MS awareness Good morning it's 5 18 Traffic and weather on the 8th Jack Taylor on the traffic center Heber's in Virginia it's kind of an unexpected delay unfortunately from overnight work 66 going eastbound You've got the delay at nutley by the time you get to the beltway lanes are open but the clearing stages we'd got work from the overnight with just the left lane getting by So again a lot of cones and barrels to pick up out of the roadway but just work your way to the right side as you get toward the after the work zone then you're past all those cones but again that's in the clearing stages 66 east after nightly toward the beltway got the left lane getting by the ramp to the inner loop Apparently has reopened 66 west at the beltway we had an overnight work crew as well They'd had the left lane getting by We've got an investigation from a serious wreck down in woodbridge The lanes on route one are closed both ways northbound traffic will diverted poor Potomac dry avenue and southbound traffic will diverted cardinal drive till further notice Three 95 looks good coming out of Springfield No worries yet riding all the way up toward the 14th street bridge beltway is fine The district we had a rack on 12th street northwest going southbound lanes had been closed after constitution avenue that wreck is now gone with lanes open Freeway looks good Getting a little heavier though third street tunnel going northbound riding up toward New York avenue no troubles on New York avenue coming in from northeast riding toward northwest Maryland stretched to the beltways fine between Bethesda and oxen hill There is some activity on the northbound spur just after the beltway a crash had been moved off the roadway to the right side but police may still be in that far right lane There have been reports of some debris maybe insulation dropped on two 70 south after middlebrook had been along the right side of the roadway and we've got a vehicle off the roadway down in a ditch in upper Marlboro I believe Marilyn state authorities are on three O one down near Leland road You'll find yourself under direction Jack Taylor WTO traffic Okay Mike Jennifer with our forecast and mic this looks like pretty good one It is first day of meteorological spring and my allergies are letting me know that yes it's pollen season across the region.
Mac Power Users
"heber" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"And it's just crazy, Craig, how wide you've gone with your development over the years. But how do you see Twitter at this point as someone who's kind of been there since the beginning? That's a hard question. I don't want to put you in a spot again. It's super valuable still. Things like notch Meister start off with an idea from Jason Snell. On Twitter. It's a pretty powerful marketing tool, right? And you let people know about something new you've done. One of the things that I love about Twitter, I think, you know, again, I'm not, I'm not developing it anymore. It's purely Sean's baby. And he and Gideon, Sean heber and Gideon came up with this idea of muffling, right? Which is lets you take certain things. And it originally started off as spoilers for TV shows. Yeah. Right. It's like, oh, I don't want to hear anything about attack of the clones or whatever, right? It was a way to silence things that would upset you. And more innocent times. Yes. So that is, you know, again, it's a personal need that actually turns out to be something that can adapt and morph into other things. And yeah. More difficult times. Yeah. Well, what about that now? Twitter if it's pretty amazing that the runner had to originally came out and well, we did it on the Mac first and that was like right. Excuse me, the edge of my memory here. That was Twitter came out not long before the iPhone. So it was probably around 2006 ish, I guess, probably. Yeah, probably 2005, 2006. And yeah, we came up with the Mac app first and that's where the David lanham, one of our artists at the time had just come up with the idea of Twitter and the Bluebird, right? He just he made the first Bluebird, right? Twitter at that point only had a logo type, which was their name in a kind of a round curvy font. And I immediately loved that blueberry. I couldn't get into the app fast enough. It was like, oh, this is perfect. Yeah. But there was another problem in that early Mac app is like, what do we call these things? We have these menu items where it's like post something. And there was no, there was no word for that. And then nothing used on Twitter site that we could work off of so we start calling them twits. Which is a terrible name. Yeah. That's a case where that's a case where your first name is really hideous. Bad, bad. No, we can't call them twits. Well, we'll worry about that later. Let's call them Twitch for now. And yeah, one of the engineers at Twitter, I mean, everybody at Twitter love Twitter effect two. Because it was like they all had max and they all loved, you know, they obviously love Twitter, the service, but they also like the fact that we'll let you run it without being on a web browser. And it was kind of small window off to the side. It was kind of more like a chat window than a full on web browser experience. And. One of the engineers that, you know, Twitter was like, oh, you know, we love the Bluebird dot com. It's like, you should call the things tweet. I was like, yeah. It was like the angels were singing at that point. I was like, oh yes, that's perfect. Doesn't imply birds and tweets. I mean, that the actual name itself really doesn't apply now. Everybody just thinks that, but you had to get there. Yeah, no. We needed a noun and it turns out it works as a noun and a verb, so it was a pretty ideal name. And fit with the Bluebird. And Twitter eventually came around. It took him years to come around to actually call the thing a tweet, right? They hung on to posting to your Twitter and things like that. And then they eventually latched on to, yeah, everybody's calling them tweets. So we should call them tweets. And they did the same thing with the Bluebird, right? We had Ollie and they came up with Larry and yeah. Yeah, well, it's a great app and it continues to be great. And now there was a time there where it seemed like Twitter was not interested in third party outfit. It seems like they've backed off that a little bit now. Are we in good shape now for third party Twitter apps to your novel? I don't know how much you're involved with this anymore. Yeah, it's an evolving situation. They've got a new API that we would like to start using, but we've got a huge number of people that are using sort of and the rate limits on those APIs or something that are problematic for us. And Twitter knows that. We're trying to work it out and I'm not going to say anything more about it. We're both we're both aware of the problem and it's been a great product. We wanted to keep it a great product. But yeah, it's definitely going to be Twitter.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"heber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Overwhelming majority of people want more space for walking more space for cycling more promotion for public transport and better public transport and also they were crying out for more green space And I think a full range of solutions is already available There's also a number of initiatives in Paris the inner part of the city will become a low traffic zone next year This will limit the through traffic of about a 180,000 cars each day Copenhagen has also committed to procuring only zero emission buses from 2025 and to make a very large part of the city zero emission by 2030 We need to commit to creating zero emission mobility systems in cities by 2030 and we absolutely need to make sure that this transition is as fair as it possibly can be There's no time to waste I'm Mark Daniel Davies for Bloomberg radio in London And to the social and governance necks women make up the majority of non executive directors at the top 150 listed companies in the UK for the very first time according to recruitment firm Spencer Stewart Shami iqbal Spencer Stuart's UK managing partner told Bloomberg's Caroline hepker Why this is the case It's a combination of things Caroline So it's about focus it's about every board now is focused on representation of all types There's a general is one of them They haven't done Alexander review from 2016 and for the focus on this And there are more women coming soon now Now this is a good news story and absolutely it It doesn't mark a little bit that the pipeline is not so good So we need to keep to keep an eye on that because the number of executives coming through they're still work to do that But if it is a good news story for sure Yeah okay No and I was going to come on to the more troubling elements The government has a target for women on boards over all that doesn't look so good that news around people of color on UK boards also pretty appalling and the Hampton Alexander report you mention was grim because it showed how much in part of an intractable sort of problem this is getting more women and more diverse representation on boards Yeah as you say it does mask some of the deeper problems We can think of that for 26 years now And of the 150 largest companies that we've surveyed there's basically the top 30 companies minus on the investment trust There's still 50 companies that have not met the 33% of women on the board target by April Now we do expect that to be better when we get next year But yes there is still work to be there But in terms of the government targets are they doing enough Is that the reporting of the differential in terms of male and female pay As you say is enough of a light being shown in some ways the UK is something of an example for other countries But is it enough really to get change quickly enough So I think the government spotlight is one thing and having targets or having robust metrics But the fact now I think is that many more organizations and boards are waking up to the fact that proper representation at the very top of their organization whether that be executive levels or non executive levels is crucial for their business survival The fact is that in more diverse organizations perform better And so we'll start to see various stakeholders as that be employees and that be customers and that be clients organizations deciding which firms they engage with based on how diverse their organizations are What do you think that the pandemic will have done to this Lots of discussions around who whose career the pandemic has hurt most I suppose What's your view on that I mean it's still ongoing two years into this health crisis Yes It's really tough and it's difficult to analyze the data yet because as you say but still feels like we're sort of back in the eye of the storm again David does suggest that this won't be great for the manufacturers because we've seen some of the some of the data coming through that women executives are there in the brunt of various things whether it be family whether it be elderly relatives whether it be younger children and one of the challenges that there's always been that flight discussion around executive information for women as well Now that was Spencer Stuart's managing partner shammy iqbal speaking to Caroline Hepburn coming up this is Bloomberg daybreak Europe life from London and will get you interviews with two award winning women Microsoft's chief digital officer Jackie Wright and heber Bevin CEO and founder of utter berry And I just want to give you a quick check on the European markets so European stocks are climbing towards a record in thin holiday trading with a Macron variant really in focus as cases do surge across Europe The stock 600 is just within a whisker of another record up three tenths of 1% The FTSE 100 is surging up over 1% as UK markets do reopen after the Christmas holiday stay tuned this is Bloomberg This is care as the power to bring kindness where it's needed It brings out the best in every one of 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Bloomberg Radio New York
"heber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Eastern Time And now on to something different earlier this week Vodafone hosted its annual women of the year awards It celebrates 400 women from across the UK and I'm pleased to say this morning we're joined by the recipients of this year's innovation awards CEO and founder of utter berry heba bevan very nice to speak to you And just a quick word about utter berry then it develops and manufactures tiny sensors that monitor loads on structures and bridges for any issues that may cause problems So really good to speak to you hiber give us a bit more detail there and just briefly on what the project the product can be used for Well thank you very much for having me this morning It's very expensive to actually share with you a bit more of us What we do So we are an 8 years old company We spun out out of Cambridge University We designed local wireless and network with artificial intelligence and machine learning Our product is the first it's kind that actually provide real time information about as well as AI integrated Artificial intelligence integrators are the layer of the hardware And communicated through a network of wireless communication between these sensors And it gives you a really really deep kind of informations and so what's going on about the assets now that it will predict as well what's happening with that infrastructure over the time Okay so who's the target market for this then Heber is this about entities that manage civil infrastructure and knowing and planning around renovations and repairs Is that who this is aimed at So it's aimed at any infrastructure to be honest old and you use So we've been part of the major structure in the UK like cholesterol We monitor each station at ten sideway We monitored all the key bridges within London including our bridge box of bridge Black Friday bridge And we saved a huge amount of money And I just going to give you a very simple example When we monitored barbecue station for crossrail that station should have shut down a whole entire year Which is always impacted London and London underground 11 million pounds per week You multiply that by 52 weeks This is over half a billion pounds of saving if we keep it open And we did we monitored the whole entire year We made sure it's not just the structural is actually how environmental affected Because the sense that it takes a huge amount of data So that's a nice example of the way you've been able to save a business and money Just briefly then he but a bit on the way you've been able to raise money in London in New York elsewhere Where do you find his most amenable to your to your business plans Well we've been quite lucky So we've been profitable from day one So as a company we've been working on a major project where we provide to the industry is very unique and it's kind of the need this technology is part of technology So it's our technology and we've been creating it for we work internationally as well So we do export massively into Singapore as well Australia U.S. and I think this is part of what we all do In terms of investments just as always been around and I think AI and machine learning and of course you were talking about Bitcoin we do actually blockchain So within our information we make sure the security of the information as well that are reliability of them information Thank you so much Thanks Eva Thanks very much for bringing us this story Heber Bevin there from the founder and CEO of utter berry and the winner of the annual women of the year awards the innovation award supported by Vodafone going to heber and her business Thank you very much For joining us to take us through the story behind the company Coming up on Bloomberg's daybreak here we're going to be talking to seniors and saxo bank CIO I wonder what he has learned about the transitory nature or not of inflation this.
The Thinking Atheist
"heber" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Forward just five verses to exodus three one now. Moses was shepherding the flock of Throw his father-in-law the priest of median. Excuse me i thought his name was re awale. Now it's jethro. We see ja- throw later in exodus four as well as in chapter eighteen further complicating. The matter is a passage in numbers. Ten and moses said to ho bob son radio et al. The midnight father-in-law of moses numbers ten twenty nine a. Furthermore and judges for eleven. Now heber that can night had spread out from the Nights from the sons of ho bob. The father in law of moses milgram rights concerning numbers. Ten twenty nine. The identification of ho bob is difficult. He's designated here as moses father-in-law also in judges one sixteen and judges for eleven a role assigned to rayo in exodus to eighteen and two jethro in exodus. In other words we seem to have three individuals who are named in the pentateuch as the father in law of moses. Ja- throw away al and ho- bob. There are several different proposed solutions to this contradictory information. Crop lists seven different suggestions but this is no surprise given what we've seen with the previously contradictory or inconsistent narrative problems as with the earlier literary issues. We must ask ourselves if assuming that railway was really the grandfather of the daughters in exodus to or that houghton father in law should be understood as brother in law are really the most reasonable solutions particularly in light of the larger literary issues that we've been identifying can israel have hebrew slaves. It depends for our final inconsistency. We'll briefly look at the three legal sections of the pennock that deal with the practice of slavery particularly with respect to the taking of fellow israelites as slaves. If these were the writings of a single author particularly referring to the same set of laws given by god we expect to see consistency throughout the different sections. When we look at the specific passages about the hebrew slave we see that they do not always align with one another. The three primary legal sanctions concerning slavery are exodus. Twenty one deuteronomy fifteen and leviticus. Twenty five in exodus. Twenty one we see the following regulations with respect to male hebrew slaves. If you buy a hebrew slave six years he will serve and in the seventh. He will go out free without payment exodus. Twenty one to from this. We learned several things first. The israelites can purchase slaves. Second fellow israelites can be purchased a slaves third. The term limit is set at six years for the hebrew slave. He is to be released in the seventh year. Thus and israel line to owes a debt could find himself purchased by another israelite however the law stated that he could only be capped as a slave for a maximum of six years when we turn to deuteronomy fifteen however we see a slightly different set of laws. If your brother a male or female hebrew is sold to you he will serve you six years and in the seventh you will send him out free from you and when you send him away from you you will not send him away empty. You will surely supply him from your flock and from your threshing floor and from your wind bat. That which y'all way your god has blessed you with you will give to him. Deuteronomy chapter fifteen versus twelve through fourteen while there are certainly recognizable similarities. There are obvious differences between this passage. And what is seen in exodus. Twenty one both passages allow israelites to be purchased as slaves by other israelites. Both passages set the terms of slave service to six years with release in the seventh in deuteronomy fifteen however the israelites slave is not only to be released after six years but the master is required to provide him with extensive provisions in order for him to be reestablished financially. When we come to leviticus twenty five however we see a vastly different legal scenario. And if your brother with you becomes poor and sells himself to you. You are not to make him. Serve the service of a slave as a hired worker or tenant farmer he will be with you until the year of jubilee he will serve with you then he will go out from you. He and his children with him and he will return to his family and to the landed property of his father's he will return for they are my slaves whom i brought out of the land of egypt. They will not be sold in a slave sale. You shall not rule over him with violence but you will fear your god. Leviticus chapter twenty five versus thirty nine through forty three. The differences and this section of the law are striking while this is not the place to go through the various legal nuances. Several things are clear first. The israelite is not allowed to make a fellow israelites. Serve as a slave second. The seventh year released does not appear in this section rather the israelite is to serve as a hired worker or tenant farmer until the next year of jubilee which comes around every fiftieth year at the of jubilee. The man and all of his family are to be released to return to their landed. Property as the israelites are god's slaves. They are not allowed to be sold as slaves to another while. There are many other aspects to these three legal sanctions. My only point here is to highlight the different laws that appear within them concerning the israelites. Slave if you ask cannon isrealite keep another israelite as a slave the answer will be it depends on where you look the laws of exodus. Twenty one and deuteronomy fifteen explicitly allow for israelite slavery that can last for up to six years although the specifics of the laws differ in both passages. However if you go to lubbock. As twenty-five the law forbids in israelite from keeping another israelite as a slave they are to serve as a hired worker and then be released not after six years but at the year of jubilee conclusion the mosaic authorship of the penalty guess highly contentious and generally hinges upon the unity of the narrative. If moses had ridden the vast majority of the pentateuch it would show a unified and consistent story if you open any number of biblical commentaries on the books of the pentateuch particularly genesis. You'll see that. A significant percentage of scholars will go to sometimes great lengths to present evidence for the unity of the taxed. As we've seen the obstacle to this unity is the presence of contradictions and inconsistencies in the narrative while there are at least two primary theories on how the penatta came into its final or canonical form. Explaining them was not the focus of this chapter instead. We examined the reason that scholars form theories to account for what we see in the story. Why have pinnacle specialists concluded that the tax was not written by just one person as we saw the problems in the narrative things like contradictions and inconsistencies led scholars to engage in this investigation we briefly over viewed some of the history of research but only to set the background for why scholars began to formulate theories for the multiple authorship of the pentateuch. As we've seen it was the problems in the narrative in this chapter we analyzed in some detail just a few of the many literary problems in the torah. we examined the contradictions between the accounts of creation. Seen in genesis one and two particularly with respect to the order in which the events took place our investigation then moved to the flat story focusing on the curious differences between the command to take animals on the ark as well as the duration of the flood itself. The third story that showed narrative problems was genesis thirty seven and the sale of joseph into slavery. Who sold him. The taxed is not consistent on that issue..
Life Transformation Radio
"heber" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"How you doing? I'm doing great. How are you? I'm so excited. Look at that in Studio. 11 rock and roll. Not rock and roll recording artist, but it's just incredible recording. You're going to do rock and roll sometime. I'm worried. I've done some rock and roll, I know yeah, yeah. Oh yeah. And you have that twang about you. Yeah you texted me a little hey Darlin. I'm like, oh darling, Grandma Kentucky. That's so cool. All right so first of all thanks for taking time and you're very busy schedule. I want to say that you really are incredibly off our cable and all the things that you've overcome in your life, just just spectacular and you're so inspirational. It's like really a joy to have you here. I think you're going to inspire so many people and I'm just really humbled that you hear today. Thank yep. So much for having me. I'm honored to be here and I got her to bring your guitar, which is so cool. So this would be like a VH1 inside the music. All right. Choice, you became a recording artist and gotten your musical chops going later in life. Yeah. And there was so much more in your life before all that happened. Yeah, so we go in the way back machine and where'd Where did this all happen? How did Laura Hamlin? Become Laura, Hamlin. Well, my mom's got video of me when I was to singing Twinkle. Twinkle Little Star song, my little pigtails and really my whole life. All I ever wanted to be was a singer and I knew it from a very young age but I wasn't really around musical people. So, for them, for example, the only live music I ever saw really is a child was like country music dinner theater, right? Okay. And and then, every once awhile at a family cookout wage, You know, somebody would bring a guitar and they would sing some old country songs, but I was always, you know, sitting there cross-legged and starry-eyed every time that that happened, but it wasn't very often. So, I did take piano lessons in junior high. I didn't really like it. It didn't stick, I was in chorus and stuff, but I don't know. Just I didn't, I didn't really have anybody to follow behind or a buddy who was encouraging me that much. And so at age, twenty-nine, I still hadn't, you know, taken up an instrument for reals. I hadn't really done any actual singing karaoke terrifying. Wow. Yeah. Well I'm going to take you karaoke singing Because That'll be amazing with like it's pretty now. I love it but you know it's funny cuz karaoke was so terrifying to me when it was the first thing I had ever done a it's still mentally. Like I get more nervous singing karaoke than singing in front of like a thousand people. I bet you blow some people away doing karaoke. It's pretty fun. In fact, I remember the first time I went to the legion up in Heber Arizona, a little Country Town up north. I didn't know anybody and I walked in on a Friday night by myself. And before I knew it, the keg G host were like choosing songs for me and like, kept giving him. I went back. Yeah, it was super cool, but anyhow. So, yeah, at age, twenty-nine, I decided I'm going to take guitar lessons and it just started up there and I felt really silly. I felt silly. I was, you know, I'm like to my teacher and my the oldest student that you have is this ridiculous. I was practicing all my little Mary, had a little lamb stuff and I, you know, I felt really silly but I just had to do it and I'm so happy that I did. Yeah. I'm so glad you did too. You really like when I first met lower I'm like, why aren't you like really famous? And the fact is people just don't know how great she is so the right person hasn't discovered her yet, but I'm going to do everything within my power, to let the right people meet her because her music is so incredible. You don't want, you just play just a little snippet of something. I want people to just get your Vibe and just how amazing you really are. Sure. This is a, you know, in honor of transformational radio, I love it. This is the song. Can you hear that? I can hear it, man. Sounds good. That I wrote called.
Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure
Canadian air traffic controllers send pizza to unpaid U.S. counterparts
"So the government shutdown means that air traffic controllers have been forced to work without being paid. And this is kind of a cool little thing. That's happened. Now that part's not cool but air traffic controllers in major cities in Canada have begun to send pizza. Pay for pizza and send it to air traffic controllers in America. Kind of is a nice gesture of Heber with you. Well, you know, if you're not getting paid, the least you can do is just get some free food. Right. Yeah. So it started Edmund Edmonton Alberta, Canada and Alaska share airspace. They against each other. And so those air traffic controller units need to work together. So air traffic controllers in Edmonton Canada sent pizza to Alaska. And now, it's just snowballed. For instance, there is a big oil town in candidate called fort McMurray. Air traffic controllers they're sent pizza to use controllers in El Paso, Texas, because they're both oil like paying it forward, which has so far they think more than four hundred different pizza deliveries have taken place air traffic controllers from Canada, sending pizza to those
The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
Is Saturated Fat Bad For You? Here's What The Science Says
"And it's a very common problem in our society and the fat thing you said forty percent in Kita, genyk diets, and having amazing results versing diabetes, what do you think all that? Well, you know, I think the human body is highly adaptable to different diets. If you look at eskimos very, very high fat diet. So again, there's no requirement for carbohydrates, so you can definitely do that. You can adapt to it and I think that you know somebody who's coming out with key tone supplements the yes and actually to give kind of cheats they. Yeah, reduce insulin. Yeah. But you know, that's not something I favor. I think you, you know, diet, exercise, lifestyle bows lifestyle is really the way to go. I don't think you can't cheat mother nature because a lot of those people, oh, my Documenta pill for hypertension. I'm gonna go to the steakhouse right, exact. So. So let's talk about two other controversial areas around fat. One is saturated, fat, and one is a Megan six refined. We call him back. Loyals or grind. What's your view on. This happened was because the government basically tells us eat more of these plant oils less Hatchard fat. So the American college cardiology and Heart Association. And I think there's some conflicting date on that. If you look at the national institutes of health, each of the institutes has their own philosophy of nutritional. So if you look at the National Cancer Institute where I was funded for twenty one years, it's mostly fruits and vegetables, seven to nine servings a day because of what I call fighter nutrients. You call them phytochemicals, but I don't think a nutrient necessarily has to provide calories. It just has to provide a positive benefit. Rifai these now create a healthy microbiome, the inhibit cancer cell growth at cetera. And so that's part of the NHL be I is all about. Yeah, and they're very stayed with that because it really promoting statin use is basically what happens. We've been sold his whole thing about cholesterol and heart disease forever. You talked about Marquette stead this morning and the sugar lobby. Well, it turns out and for people don't know that history. We had this whole cholesterol myth for a long time. It turns out that heart disease is really an inflammatory disease, and it has to do with inflammation in the blood vessels Alzheimer's disease. Inflammatory cancers are inflammatory breast cancer, prostate basically, diabetes easy and diabetes also inflammatory the diabetes. One is really interesting actually, and it's related to your sugar hypothesis. So every time your blood sugar goes up, your Packers has to put out a squirt of insulin. There's a little protein called insulin associated poly peptide which feeds back onto the pancreas to turn off the little squirt of insulin after it goes up. So if you look at your blood level, it looks like the surface of the ocean. But underneath you've got all this activity going on maintaining shirt, Lucas. People are obese. They excrete one hundred fold excess of the insulin associated pollyanna gets back into the cell in what's called the plasma particular the cell and blows it up and kills over a period of two to ten years. So type two diabetes, which we never understood in medical school is really caused by obesity. I call it diabetes city because ninety five percent of the people are obese and we can solve this problem tomorrow. We have very large studies, the diabetes prevention program, five percent, weight loss when people already had high blood sugar very late in the disease. We get people who are on insulin.
WBZ Morning News
Salmonella, Amanda Stylianos and Pepperidge Farm discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Day three days a week That was, enough every six months to see these health improvements study primary investigator Amanda Stylianos Dave Cohen for CBS news New Orleans there's. Another voluntary recall this time. On four different flavors of pepperidge farms goldfish snack crackers Campbell Soup which owns pepperidge farm. Says it was notified by a supplier that the way powder used in the goldfish could have, salmonella no, illnesses have been reported this comes just a day after. Ritz crackers products were also voluntarily recalled for. Potential salmonella you could say up to date with WBZ ten thirty or download the iheartradio app and, listen Anthony time and a man from Heber learns the judgment free zone philosophy of planet fitness only goes..
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Chile's bishops resign en masse over sex abuse cover-up
"Wbz news time eight eighteen right now we have fifty six degrees cloudy skies in boston expect more of the same really for the rest of the day you're on cape cod of the south coast you could deal with some fog this morning as well davis wbz news our top stories police in heber looking into the drive by shooting death of a twenty year old man overnight nike cologne was a front seat passenger and a pickup truck police say he was shot by someone in a passing vehicle kensington palace has prince charles will walk meghan markle down the aisle in her much anticipated wedding to prince harry tomorrow and police say a man shouting about donald trump entered the president self florida golf course overnight draped a flag over lobby counter and exchanged fire with police before being arrested when police officer was hurt in that may lay in other news pope francis condemning bishops and chile for the way they handled sex assault allegations in their diocese francis has been meeting with the bishops of chile in the vatican this week to discuss clerical sex abuse in their country in a document to them the pope accused the bishops of destroying evidence of sex crimes he said the bishops pressured turks lawyers to minimize accusations adding they were seriously negligence in protecting children from pedophile priests sabina castle franco cbs news rome more grisly testimony from a former rhode island mobster who allegedly did cadillac frank salamis dirty work salami accused of killing a boston nightclub owner twentyfive years ago wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports joe deluca was cross examined about his testimony that he buried the body on salamis orders deluca told defense attorneys he took his nephew with him when he went back to dig up the body of stephen dasaro several days after burying the channel nightclub owner behind an old mill in providence deluca testified he forgot to remove the blue tarp wrapped around the body and frank eleni was concerned it had fingerprints all over it so we've dug up the body removed the tarp and threw it in a dumpster deluca told jurors he never used dilemmas name in connection with a burial one of salamis attorneys asked to if he was hoping his cooperation with the government with spare his brother bobby another former mobster a lengthy prison sentence he replied i'd love to have that shore lobby will be testifying at a later date kim tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten.