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The latest in the NFL

AP News Radio

04:00 min | 2 months ago

The latest in the NFL

"NFL roundup Saturday preview. I'm Dave ferry. Fresh off a biweek, the eagles and chiefs are back on the field Saturday and her favorites to advance to the conference championship games. Philadelphia hosts the Giants of Kansas City entertains the Jaguars. The week off gave eagles quarterback Jalen hurts extra time to rest his spring right shoulder. He missed two games, but was back under center when the eagles beat the Giants 22 16 in week 18. Hertz has respect for the Giants defense. Regardless of what they've done, you know, I think they've done it well. What are they playing man coverage? They do that well, whatever the plan is on coverage, they play that well. So I think for us, it's just on us executing versus them. Hurts was healthy when the eagles handed the Giants their worst loss of the season, 48, 22 and week 14. And now the two teams meet for the third time in 7 weeks, eagles wide receiver AJ Brown says he doesn't see that as an advantage for either team. It doesn't matter how many times you play it. Come down to it. This opportunity and shouldn't be worried about what you did in the past or it doesn't help it doesn't hurt. You got to execute and that's what we find. The Giants were riding high at 7 and two before a two 5 and one finish dropped them to the 6th seed, but New York advanced in the wildcard as Daniel Jones threw for 301 yards and ran for 78 yards in the 31 24 downing of the Vikings. But he faces another challenge playing in front of the hostile eagle fans. It's a divisional game. I think that brings some intensity to it and yeah, I mean, they're known for having a good crowd that supports their team and yeah, so we're prepared for it. We've played there. Coach Brian debal says Jones has grown in his four NFL seasons, although this is their first year together. Dave ball sees Jones as a calming influence who is far removed from the player who went 12 and 25 in his first three years. Players looked to him because he is that consistent voice consistent message and consistent player, how he practices, I think, consistent is probably the best word to use. On paper, the chief's Jaguars game appears to be a potential mismatch, and Jags coach Doug Peterson knows their margin for error is small. For us, it's just a matter of just staying disciplined and trusting what we're doing. And just understand your role within your game plan, right? And just execute each play one at a time. Peterson was a backup quarterback when Reid was head coach of the eagles. And he also was a member of Reid's coaching staff. Reed has been impressed by Jacksonville's improvement this season. They've improved every week, and they have bought it. Doug's done a great job as his coaches have. It takes everybody. So, but he's a nice job with her. A 27, 17 loss in Kansas City left the Jaguars three and 7, but Jacksonville won 6 of its last 7 to win the AFC south, then turned to 27, nothing deficit into a 31 30 win over the Chargers in the wild card round. They advanced to the divisional round despite four first half interceptions by Trevor Lawrence, who also threw for four touchdowns and leading the comeback. I think we scored every drive in the second half, didn't pun again. So, I mean, that's huge, obviously, gives us confidence, and you don't want to do that, but to be able to win a game like that is really, really special. Lawrence has put up good numbers, throwing for 4113 yards and 25 touchdowns. But chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes put up historic numbers, racking up 5250 passing yards and 41 touchdowns for the NFL's number one scoring offense. But the playoffs are an elevated brand of football, according to mahomes. I think you build up for this all season long. The regular season you take it week by week, but you want to be here in the playoffs and you know you're going to play the best football teams in the league and that's what you want to do as a competitor. And so I'm excited to get to go up against a great football team at arrowhead. That's always a good time. As of Friday afternoon, DraftKings had the chiefs at 9 point favorite while the eagles were giving 7 and a half points. Sunday's games have the bills hosting the Bengals before the cowboys visit the forty-niners. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.

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Hurts runs for 3 TDs as Eagles squeeze by Bears 25-20

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Hurts runs for 3 TDs as Eagles squeeze by Bears 25-20

"Eagles quarterback Jalen hurts through for 315 yards and rushed for 61 more to lead Philadelphia to a 25 20 win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday. Hertz ran for three touchdowns in 18° cold to lead Philadelphia to its franchise record tying 13th win. We played in against a really good team that's been competitive and had played every team a day played hard. I think the great teams find a way to win and this time of the year. The ghost can clinch the NFC north with a win next week over Dallas, I'm David Solomon

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Why is time to be 'all-in' on Jalen Hurts and Eagles | THE HERD

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Why is time to be 'all-in' on Jalen Hurts and Eagles | THE HERD

"Week 13 roundup, I'm Dave ferry. The eagles put a hurting on the Titans. Correspondent Michael luongo was there. The eagles got another big effort from quarterback Jalen hurts in the 35 Chan window with a Titans, hertz rapper, one touchdown through for three. For us to be successful as the team every man has to be able to step up and take advantage of the opportunity. And we've been fortunate to have guys like AJ and smithy take advantage of those opportunities when they come. Earth finished with 380 yards passing for a Philadelphia who approved to 11 and one

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Hurts has 3 TD passes plus TD run, Eagles beat Titans 35-10

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Hurts has 3 TD passes plus TD run, Eagles beat Titans 35-10

"The eagles got another big effort from quarterback jail on hertz and a 35 Chan win over the Titans, hertz rapper one touchdown through for three, two of those passes to AJ Brown, the other two though I take Smith. For us to be successful as a team, every man has to be able to step up and take advantage of the opportunity. And we've been fortunate to have guys like AJ and smithy take advantage of those opportunities when they come. Earth finished with 380 yards passing for a Philadelphia who approved to 11 and one. Miles Sanders had a touchdown run for the birds, Ryan Tannehill, had a fixed down password Tennessee in the loss. Michael Luang go, Philadelphia

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Hurts, Eagles run past Packers 40-33; Rodgers hurt

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Hurts, Eagles run past Packers 40-33; Rodgers hurt

"Quarterback Jalen hurts ran in through for a goodbye in 300 Chan yards and eagles 40, 33 win over the packers. Hertz ran for 157 yards and threw for 150 feet with a pair of touchdown passes. So a ton of different scenarios in ways that this thing can go as an offense and I think that has helped us a lot, being able to be diverse Aaron Rodgers had a touchdown password Green Bay before leaving the game with a rib injury in the third quarter mile Sanders and a pair of touchdown runs for the birds who improved their record at ten and one. Michael Luang go Philadelphia

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Hurts, Eagles beat Texans 29-17 for their first 8-0 start

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Hurts, Eagles beat Texans 29-17 for their first 8-0 start

"Jalen hurts toss a pair of touchdown passes as the eagles improved to a franchise best 8 O by beating the Texans 29 to 17 Hertz completed 21 of 27 passes for 243 yards and did not throw an interception I've been 80 zero before and lost the national championship I just take it day by day you know what I'm saying Take it day by day We have an accomplished anything yet Today but they think of us controlling things we can Dallas Goddard caught 8 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown for the eagles the Texans offense was led by Damien pierce's a 139 yards on the ground Adam spelling Houston

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Eagles stay undefeated, hang on to beat Cardinals 20-17

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Eagles stay undefeated, hang on to beat Cardinals 20-17

"Jalen hurts threw for 239 yards rushed for two touchdowns replacement kicker camera dicker booty two field goals as the eagles remain the NFL's only unbeaten team with a 20 to 17 win over the Cardinals Matt and mendola who played for the injured cardinal kicker Matt prater mister 43 yarder in the closing seconds Hertz says it was a good win but they just can't relax I hate hearing 5 of them I don't like to hear Just nobody want to mention the record when we were 25 The cardinals remain winless at home they fall to two and three George Tanner Glendale

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What We Know About Herschel Walker

The Officer Tatum Show

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

What We Know About Herschel Walker

"This is the part where it's troubling to me. To hear Herschel Walker's son come out and make these statements about his father. As a father, it is troubling for your child, your son, to have such egregious things to say about you. It is hard for me to believe that this is not in some part true. Now of course, Christian walker is the older kid now. He and a baby. So Herschel may have done these things in incredibly long time ago. They still don't make them right. Domestic violence, I mean, you know, I don't understand domestic violence situations. I was a football player now, of course, I wasn't in the NFL like hertz walker, but I play free safe. Now you smash people in practice. I was one of the hardest people working out in the weight room. I was a monster. However, I would never put my hands on a woman, and I would never engage in domestic violence with somebody.

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Undefeated Eagles spoil Pederson's return, top Jaguars 29-21

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Undefeated Eagles spoil Pederson's return, top Jaguars 29-21

"The eagles remain the NFL's only perfect team after miles Sanders and Jalen hurts led their offense to a 29 21 win over the Jaguars Sanders ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns to help the eagle spoil head coach Doug Peterson's return to Philadelphia Hertz passed for 204 yards and ran for a score for the four and zero eagles Hertz had a pass intercepted by Andre sisko and returned 59 yards for a TD giving Jacksonville a 14 zero lead in the first quarter Trevor Lawrence threw for 174 yards and two touchdowns to Jamal agnew But the Jags QB fumbled four times and had one interception I'm Dave fairy

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Jalen Hurts, DeVonta Smith and Eagles' defense dominate Commanders

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Jalen Hurts, DeVonta Smith and Eagles' defense dominate Commanders

"Jalen hurts through for 340 yards and three touchdowns while the eagles defense sack Carson Wentz 9 times as Philadelphia moves to three and zero on the year with a 24 8 win over the commanders Hertz had three different receivers with scoring strikes including devonta Smith who caught 8 balls for a 169 yards He says it's a good receiving core The trust that Jalen has and all the receivers It's eyeball nobody balls So just being there with him just being able to make sure that if we don't come down we didn't know about calm down with it The commanders fall to one and two and were held at just 240 yards of total offense Craig heist land over Maryland

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Heard attorneys say juror served improperly, seek mistrial

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Heard attorneys say juror served improperly, seek mistrial

"We have learned more about amber hurt's effort to get a new trial in her legal battle with ex-husband Johnny Depp Her lawyers say one of the people who sent in judgment against Amber Heard had no business being on that panel in the first place In paperwork filed last week her legal team claimed that the person who served as juror number 15 was not the same person summoned to hear the case The filing says a younger individual with the same last name as the person on the jury summons and apparently living at the same address showed up for jury duty That person joined the others in finding against herd and in favor of her ex Johnny Depp hertz team says if that is proven to be true the judge should declare a mistrial and do the whole thing over A Moscow's Gabriel

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Two Secret Service Agents Ready to Contradict Cassidy Hutchinson Story

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Two Secret Service Agents Ready to Contradict Cassidy Hutchinson Story

"Reporting comes one day after a former Trump White House lawyer disputed Hutchinson's testimony about a handwritten statement she allegedly wrote on January 6th. Hutchinson testified that she wrote a statement for Trump to release during the capitol riot, however, former White House lawyer Eric hirschman insisted that he wrote the handwritten note present it to the committee during Hutchinson's testimony. The handwritten note of and I'm quoting note that Cassidy Hutchinson testified was written by her was in fact written by Eric hirschman on January 6th, 2021, this according to hirsch's hirschman spokeperson, part of hirsch Hutchinson's testimony are also at odds with members of the U.S. Secret Service, the most sensationalized aspect of hertz testimony was that Trump allegedly tried to take control of the presidential SUV's steering wheel and shouted expletives as Secret Service agents when they prevented him from doing so. However, shortly after Hutchinson's testimony, two Secret Service agents and the SUV, that day reportedly confirmed their intent to make statements under oath that would contradict Hutchinson's story. This is a sham guys. And while we're sitting here, you guys are struggling here. We just talked about how prices are going up for Independence

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How Did the Public Perceive the News Media in the 1930s?

History Unplugged Podcast

01:15 min | 10 months ago

How Did the Public Perceive the News Media in the 1930s?

"In the 1930s, what did the public think of the news media? Did they trust them? They still have some latent distrust left over from the William Randolph hertz dera. What did your average person think of the news media during the time period of your, there's a fair amount of distrust in the 1930s. So not only is the Hearst press still going strong and knickerbocker, who is one of the figures in my book is reporting for international news service, but there's the sense that they're press barons that they have agendas and that heard as the so called respectable papers like the Chicago daily news or the Philadelphia public ledger and The New York Times have been working since the start of 20th century, but really from the 20s. To try to enshrine the idea of objectivity in the press, there still is a lot of skepticism. Actually, interestingly, when radio is first coming on the scene, there's much less skepticism about radio reportage. In part, I think because it seems so immediate as if you're hearing an unfiltered truth, which of course we know is also not the case.

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No verdict yet in Depp-Heard trial; jury to return Wednesday

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

No verdict yet in Depp-Heard trial; jury to return Wednesday

"Two days no verdict the jury returns for a third day of deliberations in the Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial For I was Friday after a day off for a holiday 7 more hours in the books Tuesday with a third day of deliberations now on tap at stake in the case the reputation of both actors a win for Johnny Depp would at least in his mind clear his name of the stench of being a serial wife beater not to mention all the other sordid stuff Amber Heard has accused him of For her to validate her right to speak out as a survivor of domestic abuse and would silence depths online army that is attacked her at every turn during the trial then there's the money deck is suing for $50 million hertz countless suit is for a 100 million I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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A highlight from Training By Fire - Steps To Your Purification

Live Behind The Veil

21:48 min | 11 months ago

A highlight from Training By Fire - Steps To Your Purification

"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. Hello podcasters, I am Ron your host, and today we've got a brand new member of the family or actually part of the podcast. She's not a new member of the family, but she's a new member of the podcast. Hi Laurie, how are you? I'm doing great. Yeah, we love having you on here. We know your heart and we know how much of an expression you are. Boy, I expect that there's a lot of people who are going to meet the lord because of you being with us. Yeah, I'm really happy you're here, Lori. Yeah, we keep talking about a family, but it sound like a boys club for a long time. It really did. So it's wonderful. Just wonderful to have another lady on, especially somebody like Laurie this completely fill the full of the words. Awesome. And we also have another tree. We have a podcast guest. Hi Jim, how are you? Hey guys. Good to be here this evening. Love having you here. That's another opportunity for another aspect of the word that's going to come out. I anticipating tonight's cast because boy, it's just going to be wonderful. I'm just excited. I asked me to big time. Thank you so much. I believe it for the same thing. It's exciting to greet two more of those who have a unique gift and to hear and participate in that gift being exercised and appreciated. Well, that's for sure. We've known Lori and Jim and his wife pat for gosh. I don't know how many years, a long time. Two or three. Yeah, two or three years for sure. Decades, at least at least decades. Well, family. It's going to be an exciting night. We'll be talking about the Holy Spirit and fire. This dive into it. What is the fire? Is the fire God? Yes. That's a good point. It's a fire all consuming. Yes. Is the fire deadly? To our flesh and to everything that keeps us from standing in the presence of the lord. Our flesh is living. It won't live in its presence. We have to have the fire in us to consume that. I was thinking about the three Hebrew children when they went in the fire. What was consumed by the fire? Their bondage is, that's what was burned. Because they came out with not even a smell of fire on them. The presence of the lord is what the fire is. But the fire is something that we have to have working in our lives so that we can see that burn off. I thought long and hard about this question at first I didn't quite understand what the fire was and then I remembered when I very first accepted the lord. Everything was joyful. You go through this honeymoon experience. Then the lord starts putting his finger on things in your life. Yep. And so one way to look at the fire is the dealings and the process that God puts you through to purify your spirit and to purify your heart before him. Exactly. That was the simplest way I could think of to explain the fire spiritual warfare would be contained in that, because it's that warfare that brings the fire to our adamic nature or who we are and what Debbie's talking about in the flesh. But also dab I wanted to remind everybody that when the three Hebrew children were thrown into the fire, that those guards who threw them into the fire were consumed. Yeah, they were. The fire has a dual purpose. We hear this thing about hardening the clay or making the making the wax soft and pliable. And it's all dependent upon our reaction to the word, that is going to determine whether we're going to be softened or hardened by the fire. That's true. Your damn nature is going to be less and less. We receive the Holy Spirit. And this is the thing that he's to work in us until we can come to the point where we can stand before the father face to face. Right? Right. To have the blood of Christ is honest, but everything else has been burned out. That's what the Holy Spirit is bringing to us. Is that fire to take care of this a damn nature that, unfortunately, it was put on us, because of the sin of atom. Seems like there's an element of our choice as to how the fire is perceived. Exactly. There is an element of how the fire is applied. As well as perceived, and I think one thing that's important is the foundation of the fire. Christ, ministry began he came preaching the Holy Spirit and fire. From the very beginning, fire was of a very much a part of the word that Christ brought to the earth and as we have come into a greater revelation of who he is by virtue of walking in his footsteps were coming to understand a lot more about the fire. Right. Yeah. You know, I think one of the real wonderful things about the fire is the fact that if we were to wait until the final judgments, then we're going to be all burned up, and they're like dibs that there will be nothing left. But I think we go through little tidbits here and there, and it's like maybe it's only a match that's burning a piece of your nature. Right. Right. When you conquer that one thing, you've been through a portion of the fire and you've come out on the other side. It's like the thing of The Rock falling on us. We want to fall on The Rock and we'll be broken. But for those who The Rock is going to fall on, they're going to be crushed and completely destroyed. And that's why we want to go through it now. We want to go through the judgments where God gets control of our spirit. Gets control of us so that we can actually walk in his presence, look back on your lives and see, you know, when you first became a Christian, there were ups and downs in this trial, and that trial in testing. I know there are so many points in my life I'm going, okay, God, what are you doing today? Exactly. And as years later, as a season saint, you don't see as much of that. Right. Because God has worked in your spirit a lot of these things that were that he wanted removed. He's worked in your heart already. He may do a small part, have a small area like a match that burns up a small area. And then there may be larger areas as time goes on as you grow in the lord. You find more things falling off. More things being burnt, more things enabling you to stand in his presence for a longer period of time. What seems to be really clear here that we're all talking about, is that God is a consuming fire. Exactly. I think a lot of people miss that. They love the sweet and gentle Jesus. And they love when the lord helps them in blossom. Blesses them. Yep. But if you, if you won't walk into the fire, you're missing the father, you're missing. I mean, you can't just take part of somebody, right? Well, I know that person because they're always happy. Yeah. You're missing 90% of the person. And it's the same with God. You know, there are so many people out there that they accept so much of God, but they don't want to accept the dealings. They don't accept the fire on their lives and they run from the fire. They run from the dealings, and yet they still feel like they have this walk with God, and then what's the scripture say? They come to the last time in the lord lord and he goes, I don't know you. You did all these mighty works, but I don't know, yeah. 'cause you never allowed the fire to burn out the lawless thing within your nature. You know, the thing without the three heaver children. Okay, they were thrown into the fire. But they weren't in there alone. Right. There was a fourth person that was in there. That was the lord, and no matter what fire you go through, he's going through it with you. Right? He's going to bring you out the other side because that's his joy. That's right. I think we're going to raise a question for some people listening in the fact that what he talking about progressive judgments isn't there going to be one big judgment in the last day? Yeah, there's people who are going to bring this up and there's scriptural backing for what we're talking about. We talk about Daniel in different things and bring these things out and may not be a bad idea, there are those who believe that there's one time set for all, you know, maybe sometime we want to address that. But you know that one time set for all when it comes up to that time. Those that have gone through the fire in their lives are not going to be going through the judgments, judgment was never meant for the children of God. That's right. Though it was standing right in the midst of her floating right in the midst of judgment, but he wasn't touched. God gives us as children of God away to go through them, and when we come out the other side, we've been affected by it, but we have not partaken of it. The goring threw it to church talking about Ed, the scriptures very simply related to the agricultural days in which the scriptures were written. They planted the wheat, you know, this parable, long came a bad person, and so tears. They discovered them as they started to grow. Do we take out the tears now? No, wait till they mature. And that's where a lot of where we're living now is those tears are of matured, there being taken out, and what's left is the wheat. But the wheat is not usable the way it is. At the Shell, around the kernel, the life of the wheat, the chaff has to be removed, and that's what you're talking about in these judgments, judgment begins in the house of the lord, and that judgment that comes by the fire of the Christ was talking about is burning away the chaff, and what's left. That's a question, what's left? The colonel, the colonel of weight, the very center, the thing that God wants. To use. You know, I think when people think of fire, they're afraid of it because it's going to hurt them. It's going to bother them. It's going to affect them in a negative way. Instead of seeing it as the means of the lord has of getting rid of everything that keeps us from his presence. I'd like to throw some scriptures in here and James, the book of James is one of the most convicting books to read, but he does say here consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance and let endurance have its perfect result. That you may be perfect and complete lacking in nothing and one of the things that the lord is looking for is where to become like him. As the Christian were to emulate and be Christ on the earth. The only way to do that is to go through the fire, exactly. That's perfect, Laura, because again, there are many people out there and I'm sure everyone's met them. That are trying to be christlike. You can't try to be christlike. Right. Doesn't work. It doesn't work. The lord has to come and burn out that which is not Christ like in you. He's the what they call, he's the Potter, and we're the clay, the process that the father gave us at Jesus gave us, at the Passover, the communion, and that's where, as we eat of his body and drink of his blood, we turn away. And that turning away is that separation, where the chaff is separated from the wheat. That turning away repenting or repentance as not an easy thing to do. But by partaking of his communion the power gives an in his blood, given in his body, makes it possible. It enables us I'm going to bring out hebrews, right? He was 12, do not regard lightly the discipline of the lord, nor faint when you are reproved by him. Does it hurt? Yeah, it does. Because you tell me one person, especially a young person who loves getting Spain. The discipline, it's not comfortable. Because he is changing our nature. And that's the issue. He's changing our nature. We have this wonderful story about a man we know, who, when his mother would grab a belt, he would grab a hole to her really tight because then she couldn't swing that belt. He knew how to not get hit so hard, the more you run from someone with a belt boy. That whiplash effect or the whip effect, boom, at hertz. Yep. You know, I think that a lot of this discipline, the scripture says all discipline for now for the time being is sorrowful, not joyful, but it produces how to say the righteous rights of God. He skirted every son whom he receives, the discipline that you endure God deals with you as with sons for what son is there, whom his father does not discipline the thing that I think is important to really realize is each step that we go through that we finally win a victory over. Yes. Yes. We then have authority in that particular area over Satan. He can't touch us in that realm any longer. That's true. Right. Are we perfect yet? Oh, no. We got a few more things to go through still. As each level is accomplished, he can't touch us anymore, and I think that's huge. That's something to really rejoice about. You know, we've been crying out for immunity. Yeah. You know, I mean, I know that people are crying out for immunity all over the earth from whatever you want to call it disease is sickness, all this type of stuff. How do you get there? Well, there you go. You go through the fire. Got test you, you go through the fire, you finally die out and overcome that specific thing on that specific level of life that you're living, and like Alan saying, then you walk in authority and dominion in that specific area of your life. But if you refuse the fire, you're refusing the very deliverance and the immunity. And the growth and the transformation that God's trying to bring to your life. You have to look at it through God's eyes because he's trying to perfect your spirit for eternity. He's trying to create a relationship with you for eternity and he's doing it through his fire. So you can stand in his presence and be in his kingdom. Getting close to him is the key to going through that fire. If you cry out to him and you reach into the fire, you reach in, you want that discipline. You kind of the place where you want that discipline. You want to be disciplined by the lord because you know that when you come through that, you're going to be able to have victory in that area. That's the one thing about God, you know? He starts putting you through the fire, and you say, no, no, no, I'm not going to do this and you walk away. Well, when you come back, you're going to get booked right back in that situation of the fire that you just left. Yep. Go through it when God gives it to you the first time. I think it brings us back to an understanding of hebrews three 15. It says today, if you hear my voice, do not harden your heart. And it's those who reject the fire or the chastening of the lord that pardon their heart and then they have a hard time with God any more after that. You know, it's by the grace of God that hopefully people open their hearts again. I love the details it's coming out as we're talking about this fire. Because it's a detail, this necessary in every step with God. It's exciting to know that the fire has a product. That it's not just an endless cycle, there is a promise, and that promise is the kingdom of God. That's what that fire is all about. So you press on. And as we get deeper and deeper into our walk with God, we go like David did. Created me a clean heart O God. Right. That very cry of David was all about the fire. All about burning off his flesh, his everything that was not pleasing to God. This is so, so important, you know, this is not a popular message in Christianity today. No. They just want the dear Jesus. You know, they're acting like gods and Santa Claus, but really what he's looking for is he wants all of you. Right. And the process of getting us so that we can even relate and see him as we have to be purified. Right. And this is the way to become purified so that you can see the lord. Have been kind of searching the scriptures a little bit while everybody's been talking. This is kind of a takeaway that I'm going to that I'm going to take with me from this conversation first Peter one 6 and 7. I'll just read it here for you. Though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that your faith, of greater worth than gold. Which perishes even though refined by fire. May be proved genuine and may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed. And that is being revealed in me. As I receive and allow the fire to be applied to me and my nature. 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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"hertz" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Next question, how do you deal with it when the oldest always got the tough love that was me and my younger sibling is super spoiled and my parents still do everything for them. Well, first of all, I would drop the anger guilt and resentment because your younger sibling actually got the shorter end of the stick. I know you feel like you did, but you did not. Your younger sibling was sent the message that they were not capable that they couldn't do for themselves. And while it feels to you like they're spoiled from their perspective, they probably feel like no one thinks that they're smart enough good enough capable enough, which places them at a real disadvantage. The younger siblings often view the older sibling as being the favored child. They're the child that usually got more attention, the oldest child had mom and dad's undivided attention until the next child came along. The oldest child is often viewed as the one who can do no wrong. Who's smarter who's better, who is enough, and youngest child is always trying to measure up, so it just doesn't serve us whatsoever to be jealous or to harbor resentments towards our siblings for things that our parents did, even in the healthiest of families, were assigned labels. Just being the oldest, the middle child, the youngest child, the baby, those are societal labels, like we have so many labels and we often develop behaviors, attitudes, preconceived expectations, based on other people's labels. So this isn't all just about our parents. We all have these labels and they're just not fair, but it is what it is. So you have to ask yourself, what is the point of being angry or resentful or harboring jealousy towards something that it's done? It's over. You can't change it. You can't change the way you're siblings or parented, you can't change who you're siblings are, you're not going to change who they are. It's such a strange dynamic that siblings spend so much of their relationship focused on keeping track of past resentments past hertz past discretions and trying to change our siblings that they're more like us. We don't say that. We say things like, I can't believe he's fill in the blank. I can't believe that she treats mom like fill in the blank. I can't believe they do fill in the blank, but really what we're saying is I can't believe that they're not more like me. Well, they're not supposed to be. You know, we either accept them or we try to change them and know that our relationship is going to suffer and we are never, ever. We are never going to be happy or fulfilled because you can't change other people. You either accept them or you decide that they are unhealthy for you and you limit the amount of interaction, time, attention, and energy you spend with them. Okay, this person asks, and I don't know if this is a parent or a sibling, but this person says, what do you do if you are the person who everyone comes to to dump on about the other siblings and family members? This is a simple simple one time fix because right now you are a big part of the problem. You're the hub. You're the receptacle. All you would have to say is, listen, I'm really not at all comfortable talking about this person. I love them and I love you, but I don't want to talk about this. I don't want to hear this. I want you to go directly to that person. Thank you for calling. I love you. And you probably only have to do that once. And then you send the message. I am not going to be the hub. The reason why we often do this, we go to another family member, is because a lot of these things we don't talk to our friends about. There's shame and guilt and just this weird kind of secrecy about family Discord. So what we'll do is to make sure like, okay, am I the crazy person? I'm not the crazy one, right? Like they are. So what we try to then do is recruit other family members to validate our position, which really undermines the strength of the entire family. You don't need anyone else's validation. Your experience, your belief, and your truths are your truth. You don't need everybody else in the family to side with you, or to buy into your position. Next question, how do you handle a sibling who is constantly one upping, bragging, and acting with such outrageous arrogance? Well, that's obviously someone who lacks confidence. They're trying to establish how important they are, which means that they don't feel important. They don't feel significant in the family dynamic. So you have a couple of different ways you can handle this. You can engage and you can reach out to them and pump them up before they feel the need to pump themselves up because that is why they're doing it for whatever reason. This sibling never felt like they got enough attention. So now they're going to drum up their own parade every time they're with you. So that's one option. The other option is to just ignore it. Like make it a game. Say to yourself in your head or to your significant other, your spouse like, I wonder how many times my brother is going to tell us that he just bought a new car or how much money he's making. You know, make a joke about it, understand that it's a major insecurity and that's where it comes from. So there's no reason to be angry about it, but if it's super duper annoying, then just don't spend as much time with him. Or when he does brag and acts arrogant just say, can we change the subject? Let's talk about something else. I mean, but ultimately, if you don't have to spend a lot of time with them and he drives you crazy, not that likeable of a guy, then limit the amount of time you spend with him. But also don't forget people do change. I mean, think about how you were in your 20s versus your 30s versus your 40s versus your 50s. I don't know how old you are, but I mean, there's been times in my life where I was, well, I guess I'm still a know it all. Aren't I? I mean, look at me, I'm doing this episode where I'm telling people how to deal with their siblings. Yama total know it all. Yeah, no, never mind people don't change. I'm just kidding. Actually, people do change. So think about your siblings. I know my siblings have changed a ton. And I'm so glad that I didn't hold against them the way they were in their teenage years or in their 20s or in their 30s. They're awesome adults and people do change. So if it's just a personality quirk, give them a chance. It might get better. And it might not. Next question, how do I tell my sister that she hurts my feelings that I am the one who constantly has to put forth the effort. I do the texting, I do the calling, I make all the plans, and I'm the one who maintains the relationship. Well, my dear, it's your choice, you can certainly have a careful conversation with your sister about this. But more often than not, that's just her personality and your personality. I bet you're that same way with your friendships. I mean, I am, I'm the person who kind of makes certain that all of my friends get together and I'm the one that keeps us on the group thread and I'm the one that plans the vacations, et cetera and I used to kind of be resentful about that, but then I realized, you know, I'm kind of a control freak anyways, so I prefer to be the person making the plans. So I should stop complaining about it. And also, why should I be resentful for the fact that God kind of gave me this the side of me, this gift and not everyone has that? And I bet your sister does other things that you don't do. You know what I'm saying? Like, we always look at ourselves from a very biased lens. Like, look at all the things I'm doing. But we miss or forget the way that our siblings do contribute, and it might not be the way that we would contribute, but we're not the same. Remember, this isn't the type of friendship where you've met someone, you have a lot in common, and you decide to invest time and effort into developing a.

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"hertz" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"A great deal of attention on electric vehicles or EVs. In November, we told you about hertz adding 100,000 teslas to its fleet, the purchase pushed the company's valuation to over a $1 trillion. Now the company is creating buzz with another big purchase, more than 60,000 vehicles from Swedish EV manufacturer pole star over the next 5 years. The new vehicles will be available from hertz later this year. In an interview with CNBC, the heads of the two companies shared their views on why the deal made sense. Hertz CEO Stephen scher stated that hertz goal is to become the largest EV fleet in North America. This acquisition is part of that plan and gives customers who prefer EVs more options. As for polestar CEO Thomas inglis says the move will give customers a chance to drive polestar cars. He says the availability through hertz will also raise brand awareness in the U.S.. But other rental car companies haven't been as eager to shift to EVs. Enterprise holdings has several thousand electric vehicles by Tesla pole star and a few other manufacturers, but no immediate plans to boost those numbers significantly Reuters reports. Company spokesperson Lisa martini told a far magazine that enterprise is gearing up for more electric vehicles at large airports. But that company's move into EVs would be, quote, thoughtful. That's understandable. Charging stations aren't as plentiful in much of the U.S. as they are in many parts of Europe and Asia, customers are worried about electric vehicles leaving them stranded plus. It can take up to 12 hours for vehicles to fully charge depending on your car in its battery and the level of the charging station. If you're on vacation, you don't want to have to spend hours waiting for your car to be ready to go. Then companies are also concerned about the amount of power EVs use. Enterprises largest consumer rental location is the Orlando airport Reuters reports, electrifying just a quarter of the fleet there would require the same amount of daily electricity is powering about a thousand homes. For now, hertz is the leader when it comes to EV adoption. But as the rest of the automobile industry moves toward EVs. It seems inevitable that rental car companies will eventually follow, and investors seem to like the idea. When Avis Budget Group CEO Joe Ferraro mentioned the possibility of adding more electric cars on an earnings call last fall. The company's stock price soared to its highest level ever, Yahoo finance reports. And that's the kind of power play companies find hard to resist. So, while hertz is leading the charge for now. It may not be long before other rental car companies look at EVs as a way to stay. Current. From wondery, this is business awards daily. I'm your host David Brown, written by Gwen Moran and produced by Jessica yarmosky. Our executive.

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Multiple Injured in NYC Subway Shooting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Multiple Injured in NYC Subway Shooting

"A terrible day it has been. It's a breaking news Tuesday here on the Mike Gallagher show and I'm glad you're with us as you've probably heard by now a mass shooting at a Brooklyn subway station, at least 13 hertz, at least 5 people shot the suspect is allegedly a black male wearing a gas mask wearing an MTA uniform, which is the uniform of the subway workers, everybody's got one on down there. I mean, that's what a nightmarish scenario, you had a backpack and as of now, he has escaped. What are the odds that when they catch him, they find out he's a career criminal,

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm John John with with a a rare rare Tuesday Tuesday night night of of the the NFL NFL to to end end week week number number fifteen fifteen visual visual games games due due to to cope cope with with protocols protocols in in Philadelphia Philadelphia Jalen Jalen hurts hurts returned returned at at quarterback quarterback to to lead lead the the eagles eagles to to a a twenty twenty seven seven seventeen seventeen win win over over Washington Washington more more from from the the AP AP rodeos rodeos Dave Dave Emory Emory Jaylin Jaylin hertz hertz was was terrific terrific in in his his first first game game back back from from an an ankle ankle injury injury completing completing twenty twenty of of twenty twenty six six passes passes for for two two hundred hundred ninety ninety six six yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown the the U. U. is is very very fundamental fundamental to to been been back back on on the the field field in in the the winter winter which which we we need need it it you you know know first first division division went went on on for for this this football football team team this this year year can can come come at at a a better better time time in in LA LA Matthew Matthew Stafford Stafford had had a a pair pair of of second second half half touchdowns touchdowns to to Cooper Cooper Kupp Kupp if if the the rams rams twenty twenty ten ten win win over over the the Seahawks Seahawks their their plan plan really really really really deep deep short short on on us us as as a a as as an an offense offense trying trying to to make make us us check check it it down down to to go go you you know know ten ten fifteen fifteen play play drives drives we're we're able able to to get get over over the the top top a a couple couple times times but but you you know know it's it's just just one one of of those those you you can can have have a a slug slug out out and and those those winds winds are are big big fish fish in in December December to to the the NBA NBA have have afforded afforded with with twenty twenty two two points points Julius Julius Randle Randle Kemba Kemba Walker Walker with with twenty twenty one one each each but but next next one one at at home home for for the the first first time time in in almost almost a a month month beating beating the the pistons pistons one one oh oh five five ninety ninety one one the the heat heat playing playing without without five five regulars regulars including including Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler and and bam bam Adebayo Adebayo right right with with the the Pacers Pacers one one twenty twenty five five ninety ninety six six Tom Tom Barrett Barrett has has more more he he trailed trailed by by a a point point midway midway through through the the first first quarter quarter then then went went on on a a thirty thirty five five fourteen fourteen once once we we have have a a twenty twenty point point lead lead midway midway through through the the second second quarter quarter that that was was never never threatened threatened as as the the Miami Miami lead lead grew grew to to as as high high as as thirty thirty three three points points Duncan Duncan Robinson Robinson scored scored twenty twenty six six points points including including six six of of ten ten three three point point shots shots to to lead lead the the heat heat who who tied tied a a team team record record with with twenty twenty two two three three pointers pointers NBA NBA commissioner commissioner Adam Adam silver silver says says there's there's no no plans plans to to pause pause the the season season even even as as numbers numbers of of players players entering entering the the league league health health and and safety safety protocols protocols related related to to the the coronavirus coronavirus continue continue to to rise rise NHL NHL players players will will not not take take part part in in the the winter winter Olympics Olympics after after all all a a person person with with direct direct knowledge knowledge of of the the decision decision telling telling the the Associated Associated Press Press the the league's league's going going to to withdraw withdraw from from the the Beijing Beijing games games after after its its regular regular season season schedule schedule was was disrupted disrupted by by coronavirus coronavirus of of bricks bricks I'm I'm John John other other B. B. A. A. B. B. sports sports

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Razer Says Its New Mechanical Keyboards Have ‘Near-Zero’ Input Latency

Geek News Central

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Razer Says Its New Mechanical Keyboards Have ‘Near-Zero’ Input Latency

"Are you a razor keyboard band. Unlike the razer keyboards. I i do. I've got one in the office. I don't game just like the tactile feel of those particular keyboards. Any become the closest to matching the tactile. Feel keyboards that. I've used for years from hp All those keyboards of mine have basically died on the vine but razor says this new mechanical keyboards have a near zero input. Latency for gamers. The huntsman be to his option has optical switches and an eight thousand hertz polling rate so Again if you're if you're game or you probably like these a lot But i do like the razer keyboards you do. Pay a heavy price for them. They're very expensive. And what is this gonna cost. One hundred eighty nine dollars is what it's gonna cost for that keyboard so not in inexpensive investment but for gamers out there any competitive advantage with a little bit faster. Click will definitely Will pay off the

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Whatever sacrifice minor sacrifice we made. It was worth it because it who could have known that that movie would have been in theaters for that long and get us that much positive press it was. It would have been a much different story. Eventually description would be commonplace in movie theaters. But it would've taken probably another year or more for us to sort of advance the cause In that movie really helped us out. How sorry it's just such. It says an incredible feeling to to be sitting across from someone who who made your childhood basically just the hours the hours i spent watching. I don't know harry potter star wars or the lion king or whatever film and just feeling feeling they're listening to this film really being involved with these characters feeling for them rooting for them yelling. No don't jump in that whole can't you stay at. Their involvement is so so important for blind people really feeling they. They're there and like people care that they're there. Thank you. thank you for caring for these total strangers. Who you'd probably never meet but thank you for letting blind people watch movies just like people it really. It means a.

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"With open captions as we call them. Was julia child. The french chef white sauce base with yours twenty years later in the early nineties w. h. applied for a grant to essentially do a similar service for people who are blind or have low vision and that was descriptive video service. They started with adult program in case john. Thank you myself like three dramas documentaries but by the time. Brian came to w gbh years later. The goal was to reach a much broader audience including kids like me every day. When you're walking down the street in fact the first video description i ever heard was on a show that brian helped describe right here w. gbh called. Arthur it's called the descriptive video service. It's for people who are blind so they can watch. Tv use the remote to choose the sap. Then a voice comes on the tv show to tell you what's happening whenever arthur would come on. I'd run to the television and be transfixed for half an hour. The little girl turns into a crap. Because i knew exactly what was happening funny. My parents weren't very good at describing but these professional describes knew what they were doing. I could trust. I felt in the know and at home like these describes we're talking directly to me. Check it for yourself. On arthur and other. Pbs kids throw band so the the process of description. Maybe i should talk a little bit about that. Tends to be you'll watch the whole program. I normally i would never suggest a harebrained scheme like this. But i think we should follow him so as you can imagine the process they developed at. Wbz h is a little different from what my friend benz. You went inside. You sometimes watch scenes for a long time for many many times. Normally i would never suggest normally okay. Scratch that very different. So you need to in some ways map out in a scene. Say it's a five minute scene. You can think of all kinds of ways to describe it but that's not worth anything until you know how many seconds and when there may be a pause so you could actually describe something you know if it's a new scene with new characters in a new place you need to set the stage. I what was that and sometimes there's only one second you can only say later or at night. Sunlight cross the earth surface as rotates in the milky way. Giant gold letters revolve around the planet spelling universal by the late nineties. Wbz started to expand video description from television to movie. Mardi runs down the fire trails toward him so We developed in an entire business of selling vhs tapes with description on them. He faints and falls to the ground. Arthur was great but the vhs tapes were total game changer. Flag waves on top of castles. Thomas spire when i was five. My mom brought one home from the local libraries. It was the lion king now. In a cartoon giant yellow sun rises into a golden sky. It lights up a huge savannah a flat grassland that stretches as far as the great thing about those matthew. I don't know if you've ever experienced those is that you just put it in the vcr and it plays and has description on it. Don't have to do anything. No menus long no settings just press play. They fly over a waterfall which tumbles over a cliff as tall as a skyscraper..

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"When i was four or five i would go over to my grandparents house on weekends. I'd sit very close to the television practically with my ear to the speaker. I'd watched shows like spongebob rocket power. Rex solid goodhew. The only reason i watch them was because of the commercial. Your sanford venture a new lego dino island team up with johnny under study that those commercials where like a window into the site at world and now i can make my own magic mcmil. Legible pizza changes color. They'd tell me about the latest lunch. -able legacy or transformer and forms of the evil galvez. Ron what did how much it costs. And yes actual gene figure awful. Tv commercials where my version of window. Shopping besides the shows themselves made no sense to me. i knew that spongebob worked from crabs. That patrick wasn't very smart and squidward was an ill-tempered clarinet spongebob. But i didn't care. Because i couldn't understand what was happening half the time spongebob black. There wasn't much go. But what i didn't realize kid was that i was born a kind of a historic moment for blind people. When movies and television. I started using something called video description back when we first got going in the early nineties. There was probably one or two hours a week at most of described programming. It's an incredible story. And one which i only learned recently. We even had a telephone guide where you could call our special phone number and you would hear what was being broadcast with description that week and i heard it from bryan gould here at the national center for accessible media Okay well what are we doing other that. We're finally here. I just wanted to learn more about you. Video description. and why. Why would you wanna do such a thing of all the you could be doing what. What made you decide to do this. I have my Patented elevator sort of answer for you which will give you right now I graduated college. And i wanted to be a writer and i found a job where i could write and watch. Tv and get paid for it with a video describing essentially narrates the action on screen for people who are blind or have low vision this allows them to follow along with the story without seeing the screen. Another commonly used term for this is audio descriptions now back in the nineties. When brian took that job this was a pretty new concept. But over the next twenty. Five years brian would have a huge impact on the world of video description. And what really changed. Everything was when he worked on the descriptions for one of the biggest movies of all time. That's coming up after the break when you pay for job site. You should know what you're getting unfortunately with lots of these sites it's basically blackhawks. You pay to post a job and then just cross your fingers and hope that you get a good candidate. That's where indeed comes in indeed. Is the job site that makes hiring incredibly simple. 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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Ralph volunteered to describe what was happening on. Screen and fifteen minutes in. I had no idea who anybody was and what was going on. Things were exploding. People were yelling. You know the usual superhero style. I don't know what's going on. And he's like i give up. Ben can you do this. And then mid movie takes over and gives pro grade descriptions of what's going on and since then. He's the only person i go to the movies with. I seem to have.

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"More importantly why won't anyone just come out and explain what the sound really is for me. The real mystery behind it is wise it such a secret that you can't talk about what the sound is. I mean give me a break. Why is it such a big secret. Why can't no one talk about the sound figure figuring out how to fix it. It wasn't there before now. It's there so obviously something's happened. You should be able to fix it. It lasts maybe the problem so big that it can't be fixed. who knows. That's where the mysteries i did. Take a look at the aerial view on google maps. And it kind of looks like a dingy old train station. I was hoping to find some military vehicles or lots of weird structures or even for it to be blacked out altogether on the map. I didn't and it wasn't realistically the windsor Probably is just some sort of new iron making process. Maybe it's proprietary and that's why they won't let people on the island who knows or maybe it's an underground military intelligence site or they're testing some new kind of sonic weapon or even more mysterious. It could be ghosts. That area has been inhabited for thousands of years. Maybe something happened. In twenty eleven to disturb the local spirits like a steelworker found an ancient relic and stuck it in their pocket and now the ghosts won't rest until the item is put back. Or who knows. Maybe it's aliens beaming. Telepathic waves at unsuspecting canadians. Hey if they won't let us onto the island. We can speculate however we want. That's where we left things when the original episode aired almost five years ago over the next few years the windsor Got more and more attention. This is from a local nbc station in. it's an unsolved mystery. Keeping this neighborhood awake at night. What is it. There are a lot of theories spaceships Powder space to american military Installations tonight the defenders on the case of the mysterious windsor pump. Vice documentary about the windsor Explained how the canadian government actually commissioned a report to investigate it. Researchers set up microphones around windsor. But due to some cross-border politics they weren't allowed to investigate on zaugg island itself. The report concludes that the sound is most likely coming from doug island but they can't be sure then came. The headline mystery of windsor Is solved in late twenty nineteen. Us deal announced that they were ramping. Down their operations on doug island part of that involved shutting down the sites blast furnaces which are these huge industrial furnaces. That are used for smelting soon. After these furnaces were turned off for good and once they were shut down. The stopped so apparently that was it and the experts seem to agree. A researcher who worked on that report for the canadian government said that he's quote not aware of any report showing the continued existence of the In quote to be honest. I'm not sure how. I feel about how things turned out on the one hand. It is satisfying to get a conclusive end to this story. And of course. I'm happy for all the people who had to live with the sound day in and day out but on the other hand i can't help but feel a little letdown. Once a mystery is solved. It's no longer a mystery and wouldn't it be cooler if it was aliens. The good news is there are still plenty of other mystery. Sounds out there that haven't been solved yet and milton. Keynes england people have been hearing. What sounds like an air raid siren. But no one knows where it's coming from in two thousand fourteen. This eerie sound was recorded in the mariana trench which is the deepest place in the ocean and in february of two thousand sixteen. A strange shrieking sound was repeatedly heard in the woods around. Forest grove oregon. Most of these sounds are probably caused by machine or some kind of natural process but who knows maybe one of them will be aliens or a secret underground party house. Where old man. Elvis is hiding out with old man. Jim morrison i guess. We'll just have to keep twenty thousand. Hertz is hosted by me dallas taylor and produced out of the sound design studios of defacto sound for a little ear candy. Follow defacto sound on instagram special. Thanks to adam makarenko for speaking with us and for letting us use a portion of his documentary. His film is called saag island. The story of the windsor home. Learn more at sug. Island documentary dot com. Thanks for listening.

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"The windsor Is a mysterious low-frequency rumbling. That was. I heard in twenty eleven near windsor ontario canada. It seems to be coming from an industrial island called saag island that sits between windsor and detroit. The island is home to a steel mill which some people have blamed for the noise but other people say that the machinery at the mill can't account for this unceasing home the equipment's been there the mills been there for ninety years. They'll retrofit certain things but that's not going to change the sound so much that it's going to be that much louder that people's houses or shaking where they never shook before that's the trick that's the thing about the whole story and fortunately no one can get over there to check things out. The two bridges are heavily guarded. And nobody's allowed onto the island. Who doesn't work there. That means no scientists know documentarian no reporters indefinitely no podcasters. The thing about that area is that it's governed by homeland security and who knows who else that's right homeland security remember. This island is at the border of the united states and canada the one thing in a logical isolation homeland. Security's there because it's one of the busiest international border crossings for north america. The windsor detroit corridor. So you're gonna get a lot security but doug island isn't a port of entry into the united states. It's a private industrial island. Also there are lots of other islands on the detroit river. That aren't locked down the way. This one is for instance. There's bell park rican find an aquarium a zoo a race track and a yacht club. There's also elizabeth park. Which has marina a baseball field and a river walk if people can visit these places freely. Then why hug island totally off limits..

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Andrews is also still a big fan of low tech even though he now has a world of entertainment at his fingertips every now and then he still finds himself picking up his nineteen. Fifties russian-made shortwave radio and heaping new. Should out encourage people to get themselves. And all shortwave radio just a dream is that feels good and appropriate in the late night. Good to the bands and listen. What's then.

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"That's clearings not normally diamond shapes in total lewis. Track down thirteen number stations. He published a book that laid out detailed satellite imagery of where they were broadcast from photographic representations of their frequency sections and transcriptions of messages without saying too much faster. It's been interesting to monitor. He's been buying the book in the sense that it hasn't been deeply interested in photography and shortwave radio within various institutions that the book. Some of them who have historically quite close relationships to push intelligence agencies and i mean again could be completely coincidental. But it's kind of intriguing when something happens today. There are at least twenty or thirty number stations still broadcasting but it seems they becoming less common definitely something that is going out style and even as far as working on the project some of the ones that had been live would disappear of the air and now now for the most part it's used by russia show very very much speaking of russia. There's one particular number station. That's gotten a lot of attention in the last decade or so. it's called the buzzer and some people think has a more sinister purpose than communicating with russian. Spies that's coming up after the break. What does great teamwork sound. Like they can be the chatter of a good brainstorm or it could be the total silence of a group of people deep in concentration. But whether you're collaborating or concentrating you need a shared place to get that work done. And that's why. I highly recommend you try out monday. Dot com work. os. It's a customizable platform..

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Twenty thousand hertz is hosted by me dallas taylor and produced out of the sound design studios of defacto sound for a little taste of that sweet sweet. Sound design. Defacto sound on instagram. This episode was written and produced by under unson. And casey emmerling help from sam ryan bolt. It was sound edited by soren beijing. It was sound designed and mixed by joel border. Thanks to our guests. Eric bows of pete brown guards and jeff bergman if you wanna stay up to date with what's going on at twenty k. Get some bonus content and help us name episodes. You can find us on facebook on twitter on our separate and you can always get in touch by writing high at twenty k. dot org. Thanks for listening before we go. I want to tell you about a podcast. That movie fans will love. You must remember. This is the top podcast about the history of hollywood and they just finished a season called gossip. Girls it's all about the two most famous hollywood gossip columnists of the twentieth century. Luella parsons and hedda hopper parsons and hopper were single moms in self made women who became rich and famous deciding win to protect the secrets of the stars and when to reveal them but as much power as they both games they were also cogs in a totally corrupt system where studios newspapers and the government worked together to make a few people. A lot of money gossip girl's traces the history of gossip all the way from the nineteen. Ten's up to the present. That explains how celebrity gossip moved from radio to tv to tmz and instagram. It's both juicy. And deep and perfect for summer listening to binge all nine episodes subscribe to. You must remember this right here in your podcast player. The only thing better than brandon all night for your side hustle. Is your roommate. Picking you up with maki days breakfast. The perfect pickup deal bear the deal for every morning at mcdonald's right now tastes breakfast. Perfection when you get a warm and savory sausage mcmuffin with egg for just two. Fifty price and participation may vary cannot be combined with combo meal..

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Don't get involved the only director i've ever worked with who was very specific and who would come on the stage. Is david fincher. David fincher is the director behind movies. Like seven fight club a social network and the girl with the dragon tattoo. He loves folly so he would always have notes and always have something interesting in his mind and girl with the dragon tattoo. He wanted her to have things in her pocket that she travels with everything she needs in her pockets..

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Jonathan on my father was a character actor named. lv more. He was best known as a character named hank kimball on greenacres. Got this thing more hip thing. Well it moves around in my head. And so i grew up in the business and i went on the stage with the editors to do their own fully. I think there were just about twenty people doing folly at the time so it was a very small group easier to get into over the last fifty years. Foley has grown from a small hollywood group to a global community. Today there are fully teams all over the world making strange noises in perfect sync for alison and chris. It's all the day's work but sometimes coming up with the sound that a movie needs requires some really bizarre techniques. That's coming up after the break. If something is interfering with your happiness you don't have to put up with it. You can make real changes by getting professional therapy through our sponsor. Better health better. Health isn't a crisis line. 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We love and why we need support from our listeners to help keep the show afloat but another way we pay for. The show is through the work we do at our sister company. Defacto sound. I thought it would be fun to give you an idea of what the voices in our credit's due between de facto and twenty k. Here's gye. I'm a sound designer. In mixer at defacto sound jobs been the sound designer behind our jurassic park episode star wars minecraft in a whole bunch of others recently over facto. He worked on a spot for the reveal of the. Lexus is five hundred car. Spots are always a bit of a challenge so they always help us flex hour sound design muscles as well as our mixing skills and the reason. Why can be such fun. Challenges for us is that they require a lot of peaks and valleys in intensity. It's really that contrast that makes exciting to watch. And listen to in a good picture at it. That establishes these can make all the difference when we sound design island in this case. They did a fantastic job with that. And that gave us a lot of opportunities to play with some quiet abstract moments as well as make the peace feel really punchy and impactful these kinds of spots. They are very challenging. But they do motivate us to think deeply about sound design and mixing on core emotional level and how we can make something engaging from start to finish to see that full spot and to hear some of the best sounding ads and trailers in the world visit. Defacto sound dot com. And if you're someone who works in this industry we'd love to meet you. You can get in touch by writing high a defacto sound dot com alison more and chris. Mariana are part of the fully team. At warner brothers studios they performed custom sound effects in sync with a film to help immerse the audience in a scene. Darren man is over in another room recording them. I'm always checking with darren to Ask him does that sound good. And he'll tell me yes or no or he can pitch it lower or pitch it up. I can add some low end effects. So that what i get from them is enhanced by what i do. So if someone's walking in from far away they should be more roomy and as they come closer. I will change perspective. So they sound like they're closer not so far away for allison. Some of her favorite projects have been animated. Animation is a really great fun thing to work on. Because you have no sound to begin with so you're really creating a character which is fun. I was the sound of olaf in frozen warm so all of this little squeaky sounds then his little footsteps wjm accent. Big hero six. Hello i am betamax. It's such a sweet film. Making these sounds convincing requires a lot of attention to detail. For instance she did the foley for short pixar film called paper man in the short. A man tries to get a woman's attention by folding dozens of paper airplanes and sending them flying out of his office window. So i got to do all the paper for that. And i just brought in like about ten different weights paper to make everything for the paper airplanes. And i'm so proud of that project because it sounded great..

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"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Chris and alison perform. These sounds on a fully stage outside of los angeles which is also where they recorded. This interview and the fully stage is probably the size of two full-sized garages put together to capture. All of the different footsteps sounds they need. The fully staged is filled with all kinds of surfaces and materials. There's a big piece of concrete next to the concrete are too large pieces of wood so these would pieces sound different one. Sounds like a nice house harwood. The other one sounds a little more hollow. Maybe like an upstairs. Would ed or an old house and these services are large enough so that we can walk together side by side but we can also direct props onto those surfaces to make them sound heavier all around the room. There are monitors. And projectors that show chris and alison the scene. They're working on so they know exactly what to do at exactly the right time. We have some pits. Their calls foley pits. Line has some broken glass in it for breaking glass. Another one has some metal pieces laid on top. That sound like a fire escape. We have a water pits for water. Sounds swimming bath. Tubs are dirk. Pitt is the largest pitt. Maybe a third of it is another gravel. an another third is sand. Chris and alison have worked together on lots of different projects. Their partnership was born out of a long tradition of having fully artists. Work in pairs. I know a lot of supervisors back in the day would prefer a man and a woman fully artist because they preferred women to walk women characters and men to walk men characters. Because there's obviously a different way. They walk having a partner also helps to lighten the workload. Fully is very physical. You're moving all day for an eight hour time period and for one person. It's draining both mentally and physically because you're creating all day long and it gets very taxing and so the ideal situation in my opinion is to have to foley artists to create minds working. I don't even think so much. It has to be a man and a woman because we've gotten so good at changing roles. My idol was a woman named kim alone and she was a tiny little dancer. But she walked. Mr t. in the a team this on your brain and so that always stuck in my head you know this small petite woman could do that chris. Allison don't work alone. There joined by another critical member of the team. Hi my name. is darren man. And i'm fully mixer at warner brothers. And what my job is. I run the computer in the microphones and capture. What artists are doing. Darren works in a recording booth adjacent to where chris and work. He communicates with them through a talkback which is just a microphone. Built into his audio console. Darren is a key part of our team because he makes sure that it sounds like dirt. It sounds like high heels. It's instinct some things i do. Is i tell them. Oh that doesn't quite sound right. Can you change your shoes. I also changed sink. I can add room for doing car. Crashes things like that body falls. Darren really can add some heft to it so that we're not killing ourselves performing these sound effects but one thing i always say is garbage in garbage out. I can't make the foley artist better..

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