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David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:57 min | 2 weeks ago

David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

"I am talking to the authors David Limbaugh and Kristen Limbaugh bloom of a new book, the resurrected Jesus, the church and the New Testament. And at the end of last segment, I was just I was mid rant. I was ranting because I get that all the time, where people who have spent decades, let's say, on as Bond Hoff or scholars or whatever. And they look at someone who has a BA in English and they say, what right do you have to write about this? And you realize that's kind of the problem is that it's very rare that you find an academic who can write on a popular level. We could almost analogize this to the experts who hate Trump because he is in a career politician, but I won't go the second. No, no, no, but it's exactly the same principle. It's precisely the same principle. It's like somebody says, I am a professional politician. What right do you have? Well, the founding fathers created a situation where average people are supposed to govern themselves Cincinnati and his plow, you come, you serve, and then you go back. The idea of the career politician, the professional politician, it's the same misunderstanding that you have in the world of writing and the academy. It is. And this is true of law books, they're written to other law professors, not even to practicing lawyers, law professors. And they're elitists and showing off. The same thing, I don't think the theologians are showing off. But they do ride on a higher level of some commentaries are more light level. But one thing I learned to bridge this gap is I, one of my early mentors said, I said, I don't understand this commentary. I want to understand this, commentary. Well, I mean, I've been steeped in it for 20 years. You'll get more. The more I read, I do get the jargon. Well, here's a great thing. I think I can introduce readers. We can introduce readers. And she's been into this too. It my behest, of course. I deserve all the credit. And we can introduce readers to the brilliance of commentators by kind of rewording what they say. And then they would never even hear these people, you know? And there's some great ones out there. I don't know what you think. Well, I think of it. Well, John Macarthur and what a jerk. Yeah. Actually, I like John Macarthur very much. He's amazing, but you just, but you actually, you touched on something. And this is why I get so animated about this. You're doing exactly what I do in most of my books. You are a popularizer. You're basically saying like, look, I'm not going to spend 30 years studying this, but I don't need to God didn't create me to do that. Other people have done that. What I can do is read their stuff and help allay reader understand some of the best of what they have to say. And that's what I do in most of my books and it's exactly what the two of you are doing in these books. I know that for a fact. I mean, as I see it here, I think that that's exactly what you're doing.

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What's New With Mike Lindell? Coffee!

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

What's New With Mike Lindell? Coffee!

"Welcome back out of the frying pan that is John's mirac into the fire that is our dear friend, Mike lindell, Mike. It's been too long. We love you. What's new in your life? We want to hear everything. Well, you want the lighter side of the heavier side. And the lighter side we have. We have my coffee now. We can get that at my store. We've launched my store, which is for entrepreneurs. We went completely separated. Now it's on its own for entrepreneurs and or their products. And now we have my story had one of my coffee. I'd want to see all of my books are at my store dot com. The bond Hoff or posters at my store, but Donald Donald caveman books. So my audience should be familiar with it, but you're telling me now you're selling coffee. It's the best coffee I did find your diligence. I tried the coffee, it was about it's in my office a couple of four or 5 months ago and I go, do we change coffee this is the best coffee I've ever had. As you know Eric, I travel everywhere in this country every day, try and rot and copies it hotel, some good, some bad, but it's an endless stream of horrific copies. Well, this one, no, I have to take what's the best best copy I've ever had in my life. So I went and got a hold of the entrepreneurs. I went and met their family. They have their in part up. They have fields in Honduras and they've been doing this for 15 years. So I said, you know what, how about if we partner up and I'll take you guys to levels if you can make this many or make this much and so it's so good that you went after them and you went after them, put you on my store dot com. Obviously folks, I want you to go to my store dot com and use the code Eric. Get as much my coffee as you like,

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Eric Reflects on Meeting Two Women Who Knew Bonhoeffer

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:10 min | 3 months ago

Eric Reflects on Meeting Two Women Who Knew Bonhoeffer

"Okay, next question, bahnhof, is an amazing book that I think every pastor should read. Could you please say something more about your time with Ruth Alice von Bismarck and renata? Becca. As I would think that that would be a very moving experience. I'm pretty sure that in the tenth anniversary edition of my bahnhof her book, the new one, the tenth anniversary edition. So if you go online and you buy it, it's kind of a slightly more close up of the face of Bond hoffer. But in that book, the tenth anniversary edition in the hardcover, I did a long introduction where I talk about meeting these women that knew bahnhof for personally and it was extremely moving to meet these women who knew barn Hoff or personally. It was it's hard to take in both of them have passed away. But I had the privilege in 2008 of spending long afternoons with both of them with Suzanne. And it was kind of amazing. But that's in the introduction to my bahnhof her book, the tenth anniversary

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Harris positive for COVID-19, Biden not 'close contact'

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Harris positive for COVID-19, Biden not 'close contact'

"The the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says vice vice vice vice president president president president Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Harris Harris Harris Harris tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive for for for for the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus the the the the plan plan plan plan is is is is for for for for the the the the vice vice vice vice president president president president to to to to isolated isolated isolated isolated home home home home and and and and work work work work remotely remotely remotely remotely the the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says she she she she tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive on on on on both both both both rapid rapid rapid rapid and and and and PCR PCR PCR PCR test test test test but but but but has has has has exhibited exhibited exhibited exhibited no no no no symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms Harris's Harris's Harris's Harris's press press press press secretary secretary secretary secretary Kirsten Kirsten Kirsten Kirsten Allen Allen Allen Allen said said said said neither neither neither neither president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden or or or or First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady Jill Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is considered considered considered considered a a a a close close close close contact contact contact contact in in in in recent recent recent recent days days days days Harris Harris Harris Harris received received received received her her her her second second second second coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus shot shot shot shot around around around around the the the the time time time time she she she she was was was was sworn sworn sworn sworn in in in in last last last last year year year year and and and and received received received received a a a a second second second second booster booster booster booster shot shot shot shot earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month the the the the diagnosis diagnosis diagnosis diagnosis comes comes comes comes a a a a month month month month after after after after Harris's Harris's Harris's Harris's husband husband husband husband Doug Doug Doug Doug M. M. M. M. Hoff Hoff Hoff Hoff recovered recovered recovered recovered from from from from the the the the virus virus virus virus at at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington Washington

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If Eric Could Have Dinner With 4 People, Who Would They Be?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | 6 months ago

If Eric Could Have Dinner With 4 People, Who Would They Be?

"If you could have dinner with four people living or dead, who would they be? You know what's interesting about that question is that it's as if you could have dinner. Like it's always dinner. It's not like if you could hang out or whatever. If they're dead, they're not going to eat. And I think to myself, a lot of these dead people, they're no fun. No, it's interesting because you start thinking, would it be possible? It's such a theoretical question. It wouldn't be possible to have dinner with the four people I'd like to have dinner with, because even if they were there, my jaw would be hanging open. For four days before I would get to actually talking to them, right? But what for? You know, I mean, everybody knows that it's kind of like what the animals, like, which top 5. It's like, well, they're all dogs. And maybe a monkey. I mean, if you could have dinner with anybody, if it wouldn't be Jesus, who would it be? Can you even imagine? Can you imagine what it would be like to talk with him? As I read this book by Jeannie Constantino, which is a title, the crucifixion of the lord of glory, the king of glory, it just brings Jesus to life, lately I've been reading some and you just think that's all I can't even. There's just no, there's no way. So it's easy for me to say Dietrich brah Hoff or William wilberforce Martin Luther, I guess. Martin Luther, Paul linn, Charles Nelson Riley, dick cavet and David

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Israel begins giving COVID shots to children age 5 to 11

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

Israel begins giving COVID shots to children age 5 to 11

"Israel has begun administering the coronavirus vaccine to children age five to eleven this age range makes up nearly Hoff of active cases officials hope the new inoculation campaign will help bring down the cause of it nineteen numbers and perhaps stave off a new wave however Israeli media reports low demand for the shot so far prime minister Naftali Bennett accompanied his son David who's nine to get his job in a bid to encourage parents to have their children vaccinated I'm Charles de Ledesma

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UN aid chief urges G20: prevent mass starvation in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

UN aid chief urges G20: prevent mass starvation in Afghanistan

"The United Nations calls on the G. twenty countries to take immediate action to help millions of people in Afghanistan U. N. humanitarian chief Martin Griffiths tells the AP that the U. S. and the other wealthy nations have to make two crucial changes to traditional aid packages give us your humanitarian money because we can make good use of it he's reprogram your development money used for longer term projects into humanitarian money so we can use it now Griffith says the world food program already feeding four million people in Afghanistan we'll need to feed up to twelve million in the coming winter months Hoff of the population of that country is now at risk of not having enough food to eat not having knowing where the next meal will come from Griffith says the current crisis has been caused by two large droughts the disruption of services and the collapse of the economy after the Taliban routed the government and took over the country I'm Tim McGuire

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"hoff" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

Insight Out with Billy Samoa

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

"People thought it was impossible. He's done. it's amazing jeff. Bezos is in there. Richard branson totally if you wanna go into that. You don't have to go rocket ships. Those guys are doing like they're the big fish. They should be building rocket ship. You can build software for them like that's great you build other pieces of this ecosystem that can be extremely valuable in the future. If you look at genetics like gene editing crisper you know where you spice jeans and create new n recode living organism absolutely. We're on the cusp. something enormous. We have decoded the building blocks of life we can now create new species of plants and animals that never existed before. Like we're gods and you look at. It's the software of living beings right so genetic editing is just. It's really crude. It's like we're back in. The old days of assembly language was really grew crude but We are developing the tools right now that will allow us to create cures to all the major diseases. New types of plants animals may be survive with as climate changes. You know they're developing these cows that can survive in extreme heat these crops that can survive in you know extreme temperatures. All of these things are are coming there in the pipeline is going to be an explosion. We're just at the beginning of that. You look at some crazy technologies like brain computer interfaces and others lots of potential there. People people wanna look into their harder. Robotics is harder things that involve hardware and stuff like that much much harder than software but still a lot of opportunities blockchain blockchain the whole ecosystem around pretty amazing. Like you know. There's a lot of things it can do. They're building the whole defy system that are really going to shake their already. Impacting finance impacting. The world. be careful though like there are a lot of. There's a lot of hype out there. There's a lot of people selling solutions to things where people have no problem. They're literally it's a it's a gambler's paradise like so if you're a betting on all coins all these different old coins. Well you're going to vegas right. You're you're betting on you. You have to be very selective at the end of the day because a lot of them will not be around so it so you may make a lot of money in the short term but you never know like so. I just tell people there's going to be innovation in this whole blockchain space. They'll be other blockchain blockchain. it's morphing and evolving the other technologies like that. Keep your eye on those that going to be a lot of opportunity that so powerful captain hop. I love the point about so much to look forward to write computer brain interfaces the way that software i mean david socks is an entire venture fund craft. Let's just focus on sas completely agree with the exciting innovations last question for me..

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"hoff" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

Insight Out with Billy Samoa

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

"In our online store whereas a physical store. They can't said that's a great starting point. If we can do with books we can do with every other product category in the future which are much harder to figure out you know. Now they're doing groceries. Which are the hardest fresh foods and all that but it's working even when previous startups tried that same exact same idea shipping groceries web van and others and tanks right there were just to earth so he's really smart n- understanding what he could do in wendy. Do when to do it and then jeff bezos was really smart on one other area. He understood that his most powerful tool was to please his customer. Like if he could if he could he he said like he realized. Certainly a lot of other online booksellers in the only one. That's gonna win. At the end of the day is the one that people come back and buy from again like if they have such a good experience so he deferred profits and this was a big issue for a long time now. They're making money hand over fist. But i remember you know. For years and years like decades they were not profitable he deferred prophets to create better customer experience. If you look at one thing as did that was just absolutely a brilliant. It's he was one of the first people on the internet to say. I wanna make it so easy for people to return products like i remember the day in the early internet. Were they would hide the return button. They would make a call a phone number where you got an automated reply and you'd have to go through all this stuff so that you would not return the product because of course they lose money when you return the product. They do not want you to return the puck right they wanna be more profitable. That's how every other online retailer at the time thought jeff betas comes along and says now i'm gonna make it so easy for you to return the product like it's brain dead simple people. That's a crazy idea. You're going to lose a lot of money. I don't care at the end of the day. If a person doesn't want the product. I want them to return it because i know they will come and buy from us again. And that's exactly what happened. The not only bought from them again. They bought more products because he were afraid that they'd have to return them like it's super simple to return so ever step of the way everything..

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"hoff" Discussed on Assistive Technology Update

Assistive Technology Update

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Assistive Technology Update

"On the lights. You could potentially drive a car. You can order pizza from the local pizzeria. You can do all these things. In addition to downloading knowledge and then the applications for that in terms of assistive. Technology are really mind-blowing. So that's just the first force get to the next level and you're talking about artificial intelligence artificial intelligence. Do what can do today. In deep automating automating all these different aspects of our life that currently human beings are doing and what impact will that have on us personally and society in general there's also space technology like the you know we are now with elon. Musk and jeff bezos pouring billions into this going further in space than we ever dreamed in our lifetime potentially even colonizing mars. where will this take humankind. And there's also new materials nanotechnology these materials that we are developing like graphene and others. You haven't even heard of while profound effects and using working at the nanno scale you can also build tiny machines which we may be injecting little machines that you can't even see with your naked eye into our body to eradicate cancers to clear arteries to even potentially keep it so that you never have to brush your teeth again because you have little man. A robot's cleaning your teeth. So these changes are coming. They are in the pipeline and they are going to radically alter our society and finally there is genetic editing we have literally unraveled a source code to life and now we can just as we code computers. We can start to construct new living organism plants and animals on earth. We can invent them entirely new ones or modify the ones that exists today so you could be getting gene therapy. That can literally make you live longer. Potentially that can cure diseases. Like alzheimer's disease potentially parkinson's disease that can eradicate different types of cancer. You know our bodies. We're going to be programming. Our bodies even from birth making designer babies so all of this is in the book. Well that's a whole lot to think about their real real quick. So so as we dig into those. Those new emerging technologies and amazing things coming down. Where do you think they'll fit into the disability and assistive technology space there are so many different applications and also because disabilities are so broad everybody from autism to somebody who's had a spinal injury to somebody who's the blind or partially vision impaired. There's so many. But let me just tell you a few of the things that really excite me so one of my friends is david eagle. He's a neuroscientist and he has a company called neo sensory and they are helping people right. Now they're getting ready to watch this product that is helping people with hearing. People have hearing disabilities but the hearing impaired. They might not be completely deaf. They might be able to hear but it's difficult. It could be age related. It could be accident or you know. That's the way they were born. However she has perfected the idea and the concept and built a device that does sensory substitution. And what do i mean by that like what it does is it essentially allows you to hear through the nerves in your skin by wearing a simple bracelet. You can actually get vibrations audio vibrations translated into the nerves on your skin in your brain. Being extremely malleable can actually begin to decode these almost on a subconscious level. You will start here just through this bracelet. Works like magic that that's amazing and it takes me back to. When i used to be a job coach. I had some different consumers who were deaf. We're actually deaf. Had had no usable hearing and i saw them at a concert one time and i couldn't i was like well. Why would they. But then i realized you can feel the music at a concert. It's loud enough that you can actually feel it. So they were having most of the same experience. So i can see where that kind of comes from that same idea. But that's that's amazing. What are some of the other ones so many out there and some of them are just amazing. So they're building robots now for autistic children that will that actually the autistic children have trouble relating to other people. They have to learn these skills and it's much harder for them to overcome these barriers however these robots we'll be program to actually understand their needs and and interact with them in a way that makes them feel comfortable so keeping them calm communicating different things. The robots are specially designed so that when an autistic person may say something or do that either disturbs another child. Let's say or or even feels threatening or frightening to other kids because they don't understand what's going on for the robot it's just normal like they will. They will understand and they will be able to help that. Autistic child learn the skills necessary to become more functional in the world so these robots are getting smarter and smarter. They've developing them. They're deploying them in schools. They are great assistive technology. Nice and i know there's a lot of cool things being done with a as well. What are some of the really cool. Things being done with the help individuals with disabilities to. Ai is is really broad so is going into all sorts of different things. it's going into the robots for kids but it's also a is out there in one really interesting combination of ai and brain. Computer interfaces is that artificial intelligence is being used to actually decode the brainwaves. Like so we have a lot going on in our heads. But it's very hard to interpret what that means in the real world one. Is you know you might get all these brainwaves through a device like an eeg device which can actually measure changes in your brain waves through the voltage. But what do they mean. what what. What is the person trying to communicate will using ai. You could remove a lot of annoys the brainwaves that don't matter and focus in and recommend ai machine learning. It's really good at pattern matching. That's what it's excellent and that's what you need when you're decoding brainwaves because let me tell you. They are building devices right now. For people who have extreme disabilities for example. There are people out there with locked syndrome meaning. They are completely paralyzed like entirely. Maybe the only thing they can move is blink. Their eyes so this you can imagine your life when you are that disabled. You almost don't have a life like you can't feed yourself. You can't go anywhere and can't do anything however by inserting a chip in their brain and decoding those signals. They actually these people can now control a robotic arm and they have this at brown university. It's working at brown and other universities and actually feed themselves. They can actually start to control an ipad or iphone and send a text message to other people so these things that were just totally impossible before are now possible in this technology is only at the beginning stage. Another for this. Be an ai. Combined is people who have lost an arm or a leg the or making prosthetics now that are extremely advanced that just by thinking you can actually control the prosthetic arm and you can actually because of sensors that are embedded in the fingertips of this artificial arm. You can actually start to feel like what the real world feels like. You know through that arm. It almost becomes your arm even though it's a mechanical arm but because you can start to receive sensory input through it you can actually start to feel it manipulated. It's life changing experience for these people in. They're getting these right now. The very first generation. They're still like version. one point. Oh but you can imagine a decade from now. They're going to be so sophisticated because even today they can put that prosthetic arm on you. The more advanced ones actually connected to the nerves in your body so that as your brain signals down those nurse it just starts to function. It's like when i was a child and watch the six million dollar man. The bionic man. All of that is coming true. You know we have now biotic. Is your implants for hearing. All of this. Technology is coming out now so the people who totally the six million dollar man is possible in today's world in actually is possible. Let's just hope it's a little bit less expensive but most of us can't afford it mobile to make it a little bit a little bit less expensive well and we talked about the good things and everything. And i'm sure you probably get into this book but talking about what we grew up watching. I grew up watching terminator in the matrix and other movies like that. Were you know man does create these amazing things and eventually it leads to our demise. D do you kind of touch on that in the book at all. I go very deep on that. So you know. All of these technologies are wonderful for especially for people with disability..

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"hoff" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"Big. Finish that eighty show fun show today thou that we really can talk so much rubbish for as long as we need inspired by david hasselhoff and it's not done just yet just yet. What a nice article did we find. I think the chart savant barrett shared this with us. Belinda carlisle what a great interview. I don't know if you had the chance to read it. It is up on the. Let me give some holiday story. The first thing i read that upsets me is that there is a go-goes documentary floating around that. I have not seen how about that. So i have. Scouted is available on amazon. But i'm not sure if it's on our amazon prime and it's about the history of the go-goes and belinda carlisle talks about her life with the go-goes and a lot of her behind the scenes challenges and Thing they say here is that no female hottest has been as successful as the go-goes company. That yeah what about banana. Rama all we can houston or as as as a band as a bent. So i don't know. I'm i'm gonna look into that. I just scanned it. But i'm not going to be like okay. That's that's quite interesting She talks about her drug problems and says that she's saying you'd think of the bengals open on being up there anyway. I'm rambling care. Yeah so she talks about a drug problem. She says she loved acid until she tried coke and then she spent all her money on cook. She's just want this all the time. I love this exists though after she had Three years after the number one hit album. This is the gogos must of drugs close and of all things a racehorse which i can get behind binary source. You got all that money. And you like what i need to do. Something frivolous rot. What do you do and you know they say here not to glamorize it and i mean and then they go into a pair off the cameras it at a party for the band in new york lonzo manila and andy warhol tuned up rudd stood threw a party for them in rio caller spin. Much the not drive around the city looking for cheap cocaine and as rock. Legend has it. They partied so hard. That even notorious hellraiser ozzy osbourne wants threw out of his grace. And that is the claim to fame. Wow that's that is phenomenal stuff She also talks about her new album and are surprised to learn that she is living in I've just lost now. She's living in some very exotic bangkok bangkok of all places. A very nice interview. Give that read the charts of unseat something about us having conversation with belinda carlisle Hope he wasn't just being teasing little skimp because that would make me very excited speeder. Little black book does and what it did. Give us is This week we spoke to karen. Watts of Secret superwoman. she's being inside africa. Few towns with brian mcknight's hugely popular arts. Lovely lady she was. She was so great and calm. I mean she looks better now than she didn't and she looked damn good in the east so glamorous so cameras so glamorous and so is actually a really cool interview. Like i'll i was like well. I like like the songs and iron. But then. But i wouldn't call myself a big fan. But i'm a big fan. Because she was just such an amazing person. You'll your interview. We're play it out next week on. That eddie. Show sewed look for details about that on our facebook. Page that eighty show essay fund fund things happening on our facebook page into the dragon. Ooh what would it's been going around in a few groups but it is a how the music changes everything in. It is a scene from into the dragon with bruce lee and chuck norris and they're about to face off in a fight but instead of the original music they replaced it with a version of careless whisper and it is hilarious as the two of them are now taking the shirts off flexing flicking their hair. Just really i mean like music is really important in movies. Perfect i can. You had no idea. Just watch that you like and the finest australia to my husband who is a huge concrete movie man. He party washed into the dragon. One hundred times he loved his hills and will never look into the dragon again. Not the most. The most surprising thing about that scene is the men's chase it. I mean my god notoriously chuck. Norris is a very hairy man and that goes full. That's shoulders back. that's sides. that is full. Lots of red hair look chist. Wig looks so unreal a sock. He's wearing a furry jersey. That's it like chuck. Can you please take off your jersey precisely at seriously going to hamper Obviously i enjoyed what you posted as well Funny comic of Roy orbison roy salinas roy you roy orbison was new driver anywhere. You want Phantoms check it out all on. That show is on facebook. Karen white interview next week details on the facebook page any lessons from today. Show dory any lessons today show. Well i'm gonna have to revert back to chuck norris his chest here got flaunted even better before you eat it. You must beat it. Oh show as we should ended their by dari.

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"hoff" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"Of the titans identity. Haven't seen it. I mean. I think i mean when i i've heard of it. I've heard the expression. Yes it's it is. It is silly but it is like old. Theatrical laurence olivier in the fifties top of storytelling set in a mythical time some animations sex something i enjoy. I think. I'll have to check it out. Medusa will scare the crap out of you. You will not sleep after medusa. You'll not see pedal remember. Maybe i'm remembering falsely because the brain does does pay tricks on you. The that old animated film the rescue as they was medusa top character in the risk towards the end of the phone. It from memory. I might be wrong. And i had niamey's four years after watching that movie medusa concept to so frightening because she didn't because i think what she did is that she took on the form of a beautiful woman. You'd you in turn into medusa stadium. Is you tuned to stun. Yeah i mean mean. That'll that'll concept. It's terrifying sleep for for weeks. And just as googling now dancing muscle fraught. There is indeed a medusa in the rescuers. And it is exactly as i remember it matters. Medusa the may antagonise of disney's nineteen seventy seven animated feature film the rescuers. She owes a cd porn shop in new york. Yeah y'all know this this. Brian i mean think about nineteen seventy seven so we probably got maybe seventy eight seventy nine. I was a young child. I sold on the screen. I was scott. Took me a moment there to realize that you opponent w. n. as not impede or talking disney what different.

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"hoff" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"And shiduan conflicts. These days can make it or god. What are we going to do. We got to fill up half an hour. We don't talk shit for an extra but the eighty s and one visiting particular always provides. 'cause dora yard started telling me early in the week. One of our favorites huge favorite of the show huge favorite of mine in my life has released new albums. Oh do tell me more so go down this rabbit hole. So you're going to tell us about the new song. Ad rabbit hole got. You're not literally or not mean that is literally people wake up in a cold sweat talking about that. That is a knock. So i go down this idi rabbit hole to discover his new music Which then not too. Not not any not a our favorite to save the show who saved the show saved us. He saves the day whether he's in a call in trunks. He saves the day and he saved that asia. You're going to tell us about the music and then do is go. Hello google david hasselhoff news. Search and my god dude. Things appear glorious so first. Let's get into the hoff's new sung slash album. We play to dissolve gotta chair. Let's play a little bit. You'll recognize that. It's a remake that is the passenger. Eureka's iggy pop. Did it originate. What i mean. That's headed attend a couple of renditions over the years but it was originally. Yeah i think it's one of the songs as great american songbook top stuff right sock these american songs that are just standard rot. So the music video. This is gross. I've got jimmy moody black and watch full nor i come. I love it. David hasselhoff though because david hasselhoff. I went the other way. Because he's vehicular once again but he's in a bus he's a passenger. Of course that's very literal and david hasselhoff in leather. Getting in a bus rot. Amazing stuff not talking call. This is i mean you know you're off but anyway he doesn't wanna top cost himself. He's moved on very moody vay foam nor black leather jacket. David heslop just being the hof just amazing. So have you done any research into. Have you delved deeper into the story. I did not go down the rabbit hole. Oh glorious glorious so firstly. let's finish on that song again. Is that that. Song is obviously iggy pop. Who i mean he is. I mean what are your. But he keep up mean that is one of the videos of him online with his parrot or not. The pawsox cockatiel is till my god. It's so funny okay right. Yeah so. Firstly iggy pop does the regional version of the passenger. The lurks of the passenger were based on Loosely based on jim morrison song pum. Jim morrison poem rotten with autistic on the original version of the passenger guests. You collaborated with epoch. David debbie larssen. David wright who did piano organ end the backing vocals. The nine nine. Nine nine hundred anna. That's dave but all this autistic integrity means nothing on this. The office pot of it right because so yes the tweet. I'm going to read you the tweet that announces his new album. David hasselhoff david hasselhoff earphones with june twenty fifth posts. Here so happy to be sharing new music with you. My new single the passengers out and you can preorder new album. His new album comes out on september. The food you know what it's cold just see what's not a joke audio hassle of going to hashtag. It's even hashtag party your hasselhoff. We gotta get that. He is so self aware it is. He is like a piece of performance art. David has off. Because obviously there's the mean party has a lot. It's been around for ages so it's like you know what i'm gonna gonna own any time people wanna make of me. I'm gonna own it. He is a genius. He is many be made fun of he doesn't care. He couldn't care lis- he couldn't but he's not just money out of album cells. No no no no party hassle. What's gonna go quadruple platinum diamond. What what's the hocine germany. Shaw i mean so speaking of germany. He's a huge celebrity. We know this and you think it was just the. He's actually huge. Only been huge. In germany germany iran locked the whole world gotta get vaccinated get vaccinated encourage people not going to get into the politics of that but so i think that months it if you're german he Well we need star power to get people. Vaccinated footballers will help us in a colon. Who are we going to call so a video pops up. This rabbit hole takes david hasselhoff standing in front of us. Beautiful mentioned match. I imagine you mentioned multiple. Mentions palm trees in the background. Take a listen to this if this does not. What if an anti vaccine. We don't have to get the politics. I don't know you. You may change your mind a little bit after listening to this encouragement what i'm looking for is to get life back to normal. Is the freedom the freedom to get vaccinated and go around the world. The most important experience of the pandemic for me is death causes get vaccinated the advice. I can give to everyone in america and to the world and to germany is get vaccinated. Talk to you can. Type stuff from the hawks. Cock dot in unim-. I am currently staring into multiple crystal ball right now and i'm seeing into future when joe biden is no longer president and kanye west's longer president and the rock is no longer president and the rock is now under president. The half is going to be president. One day he will of the world. could you small. You've just gone america luck. I don't and maybe president of germany and you know obviously he drops in a few things there is. I'm talking about freedom you know. That's what made me think i know it's mandated that that video is beautiful because he's in a tight shirt and shows guns we he's been vaccinated. I mean that must have taken him snyder to get through the skin but all we done dory. Oh we done because hasselhoff now rules germany now recently. He showed up on south. African youtube pre rolls. Because i don't want to say screen. Tv him he showed up on south african. You pre rolls in indeed a chicken licken now little surprise for you. We'll be speaking to some of the people of nonsense told you. We spent some of the people involved in that ed. I don't really care for how they made the kits and onto what they're meeting with. David hasselhoff so of chicken. Add that got a kit kit car. That is not brady there are. It is not a perfect former because you could have bought one auction and in it. David hasselhoff is makes an appearance towards the end of the.

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"hoff" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"I mean if we just went back a couple hundred years ago where if you've got a scratch it could turn gangrene and you could lose your arm or your life. The it wasn't a very pretty world there was no penicillin. This was a brutal world that we lived in in the past but through technology. We have made it a much better place at the same time we can see. Were were really at a point where technology is going to have profound impacts on our society in our individual freedoms that some of us may not be comfortable with and in order to use this super powerful new tools in a way that really benefits. Everybody we need to have this discussion. And i think that this is where we start getting into things like open source and link things with large language models. Gt three in some of the things that get discussed in the labor force as we start talking deep automation and you move into the singularity in the intelligence explosion there's intrinsic bias that is baked into society in if you take a large sampling size of text or whatever then you've now baked intrinsic bias into the thing that might suggest a product for you that would be inadvertently anisim sexism ageism racism or whatever and it wasn't that the coder decided to be racist. It's just that we picked up ambient racism and we baked it into our ai. now product was shipped. Me that is offensive or Even now when when facebook will remind you of a of an anniversary we've seen many people be reminded of the death of a child or the death of a family member while facebook was just trying to do the right thing. That's where you bring ethics into all this and becomes very squishy it. It's very gray. There is no black and white right technology. Self you know they have nuclear ventured of nuclear fusion fission. These have great potential to make clean energy. They also have potential to destroy the world they also have great potential for us understanding our universe and in gaining all this knowledge everything has two sides. It's all yang so when we're looking at this new technology coming the the real concern i have is that it takes it to a whole new level like it amplifies all these things that are potentially negative society for example we know we have racism in our society. We know it exists and people have biases that they aren't even conscious that they're acting upon. But yes the. I could literally take over. And because it's just raw data what people how people think how they view the world how they act those biases could then be replicated by the the on a much larger more systematic scale and we have to be careful in cognizant of that. Is that a solvable problem. Yes that those problems are solvable. What i'm a little more concerned about our are much more difficult problems to solve. And i will give you one example if we go back to mass connectivity and if we have these brain reading devices they don't even have to be know chips implanted into our brain. They can be things. Like colonel was developing up there literally hundreds of companies developing these some of the future apple. Watch perhaps contusion definitely apple scott to be working on this because if they own iowa..

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US, China Agree to Cooperate on Climate Crisis With Urgency

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

US, China Agree to Cooperate on Climate Crisis With Urgency

"Days before president by Dennis to host a virtual summit on climate change the world's two biggest completes his agreed to work together on the issue the United States and China released a statement following two days of talks in Shanghai in which they announced that they have agreed to tackle the climate crisis with the seriousness and urgency that it demands speaking in Seoul the US special presidential envoy for climate John Kerry said there is still a lot of work to be done on some things China has had an amazing deployment of renewables and China is the major producer of solar panels in the world but that doesn't mean you don't need to reduce the cosigner is the world's biggest carbon emitter followed by the United States the two countries pump out nearly Hoff of the fossil fuel fumes that all warming the planet's atmosphere I'm Karen Thomas

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"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Really stupid. The answer is an unequivocal yes. Mary gets into car. The here's what i'll tell you. When bruce talks about a he give the river tour. Mitch talked about when he does that tour and he talks about the river. He talks about that. Whole album is about growing up. And it'll be the soling rowing by it's about becoming an adult and what comes with adulthood and marriage and children and johns and moss of jobs and that's a very you know sort of more insure endorphin album. Compared to the break free from know young stud breaking free and born to run and thunder road. And i think that you know. That's what happens to marry right. Mary gets into the car. she's young. She gets in and they take off but then they start facing reality and the reality is what comes next. It's what happens in darkness on the edge of town and it's very much what happens in the river and you know sometimes your dreams. Just don't really come true. It's not what you expected to be. And there's all those things all those themes in the river you know especially the song river but really on that whole album. So i think she gets in a car. It's part of our lives that we all feel like we can get him in car. You take off and and and the world is always starred in reality sets in later on and sometimes you know fortunate in reality is great and for some other people they struggle. But that's my long winded answer. I love that answer. That's a great answer Robert any ought you wanna share again. Only that this was such a pleasure really talking to you and a forward to hearing your other guests and following because a over community. I'll thank you. That's very kind of you. How about a are you on. Social media i am. I am on twitter.

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"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Yeah but if it's every show is someone's first show. And if you go to see bruce springsteen perform live for the first time. How disappointed aren't you. If you don't get to hear born to run and scream you know. Yeah so you know you get three hours plus get more run. You're gonna get a couple of surprises You know. I love like you a lot of You know lion stan from tracks You know i'd love the wish was on my wishlist till broadway and then like okay. I've seen that You know i. I've never heard Highway patrolman i you know i would love to hear that. Live and so this is Listeners you know the story so skip ahead thirty seconds. don't wanna hear it again i just love. This is your sword from high hopes of love that the biblical aspect of it. The idea of you know this is your faith and this is the power of love revealed and it was on my list. I want to hear this live so bad. so bad. and so two thousand fourteen. He's playing in the houston. It's an outdoor kind of one of those you know there's seats at the beginning and then one at the annual amphitheater and He comes out. And they open. What i didn't i found it afterwards. Is they were going to open with. This is your sword. That was on the set list and as they were walking out. Tom morello god love him. Said hey this is houston we should do. Seeds in verse goes. Yeah so they scratch through. This is your sort and they opened with seeds which would not be horrible but when he did working on the dream in houston he opened with seeds. Because it was like bruce so seven years later. I'm still a little bitter. Like i want to hear that song. So how about you. What are songs that you might be chasing too..

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"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Jones but i love john steinbeck. Bruce does too. I think that when steinbeck writes about is a lot of what bruce writes about sort of each dish and americans and the american condition and what it means to be a man and what it means to be a husband and father And just as an equality and you know a lot of bruce's songs speak to me on now level for sure other songs that are very popular around my house doubtedly badlands. You know just another sort of anthem after that. You know those are just sort of some top. It just changes a lot and has what you're in the mood to listen to. And sometimes you want the acoustic broadway show and sometimes you wanna rock out. But it's funny because about you know six or nine months ago sometime. During the pandemic we decided to sit down as a family and rank. Our top fifty roussel's all very fun at it was so much fun and my medal sign. You know came up with this method. I mean not that. He's the original person doing their for this method of how you rank things You know going down the list of making hash marks of which one is better than the rest by the time you're doing whatever gets the most hash marks is the waiter and I'll tell you. Because i have it. I'm gonna tell you what our top tag is real quick. This was the sort of family top ten which is a lot of fun. I don't know if you'll be my top ten today. I would always agree with that but it was. It was solar phone putting together kind of having debates about it. Pull it up. Sorry so while you're looking. I don't know if you saw this but it was a few years ago on literary hub September two thousand six. it was a parody account. The said that bruce as a rider and like In the like everything that dies someday comes. Back is a collection of short stories There is a whole parody account of that he if he had been a rider what the songs would be believe. Western stars is very much. Like an elmore leonard from justified and everything that it's a collection of they could just as easily be source for him..

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"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"He's really doing at it he's really good at at being bruce springsteen and he's become such a master added to watch. I do wanna tell you about. Let me ask you. did you see that show yes. I was lucky enough. My wife You know bless the me trying to find out. Someone on a facebook group reached out to me. Because i had said i wasn't gonna go and people were complaining about people going more than once and you know. My argument was And they said it wasn't the same thing but to me it is If you have tickets for four Stadium shows in a row general mission. You get in the queue each time and it wouldn't like you said owner. No i was. I m i got the number drawn. I was elbows on stage now. Then it's time to let somebody else have that chance you know. I wanted every time i can. So what's the difference. If someone has the financial you know Ability to go to broadway multiple times you know there and So the guy reach down said warranty going. I'm like well. I don't have the tickets and i don't have the money and you know and he said well i can get you a ticket. How much are you willing to spend. And i came up with a middle figure and So my wife said okay. Well let's look into this We found a round trip ticket. That was pretty cheap on american and you included a The a night in one of the pod hotels you know like they have in the city that it's basically it looks like a cabin for a cruise ship. You know but it was perfect for me. So you know i got to go. I went And i you know. I'm like you. I'm just in love hearing all the stories and it's funnier than i thought it was going to be. It's it's just you know and it's there are few i i would..

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"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Line It just is so real in so sort of plain but beautiful. And i just kind of feel that way about you know most of what bruce has done but but maybe because it was the first one that caught my attention again. That's just just sucks me in and blows me away aren't very nice So you mentioned going to an early show is like the preference this question robert with a disclaimer. I don't think the amount of shows you've seen as a fair barometer of how big of a fan you are because depending on where you live you're born economic situation age can adjust but do you keep track and if so how many shows have you gone to. I don't i don't keep track And i'll say this. I wait to that horny. Usa tour. When i was a kid it was probably many years later. Until i started to go with more regularity You know after born in the usa. He did you know some solo work and you know then. Really kind of took a hiatus right. John solo albums but there was no us free band going on and in that period of time in sort of the late eighties and the nineties. I really dove into bruce the artist and dove into albums. And you know. I got to read about him and studied the lyrics more and just kept getting deeper and deeper into the music and songs then in the mid to late nineties tracks came out. You know the tracks box shot and that was another moment for me. That also just kind of blew me away because i said to myself this guy who had been learning about and listening to you for last ten years had all.

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"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Hip hop and half of it. Doing like death metal. Really you know. I think a lot of kill his way with school. But you know for me. It was just an exciting time. Musically allows going on and in addition to play the bands. I'm playing in. We had something in brooklyn called sing where the high schools would have competitions to the grades each grade. We put on show And i was always the drummer for the band for drain played a lot of music that way so just just really a lot of a lot of learning about music. Frankly so win did you. Just discover bruce and what about him spoke to you. Yeah so Discovered bruce from the board of new album You know. I probably in the back of my mind known some other veins but again born in the usa and him just becoming idle at the time being one of the artists who was on mtv. You know all the time. That certainly peaked my interest in. I certainly remember having.

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"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I don't remember what year he passed away. It was the early eighties. Eighty one or eighty two. But harry cheesman was my first concert and i don't remember i was i couldn't have been older than seven or eight years old. My parents of you know have pointed out that. They took us to prospect park. Brooklyn to harry jason. And the one thing i will i will tell you remember room concert. I don't remember music. I remember the smell better one. How funny so. I was I graduated high school in seventy seven And my I grew up in a small suburb off. Lake charles louisiana as dench by the band and and lucinda williams rates on. Yeah so So i know it was It was some either this. If i remember it was a winter but it was either seventy eight or seventy nine. It may have been eighty. I don't think so where he came to lake. Charles to perform. Harry did and it was a stormy dark and stormy night like from snoopy and So he didn't bring the band and so it was just him and so when you walked into the theater there. Was you know a chair a guitar. Stand and a little stand with the glass of water on it And he. I don't remember how long he played if felt like forever. And it felt like you're in his living room sharing so that's truly one of my highlights. I am I actually had a guy a couple of years ago. Join me for an episode. And we talked about harry and loving his music. So that warns why. I I was just i was. I was skimming through songs. And i ran into mail order annie and that stayed in my mind all day today just so you know. Just a great song. Tastic song will tell you. I know we're going to talk a lot about bruce. Took one hundred shaven Very recently i actually came across for the first time. And i think it was on east. Radio bruce seeming. Remember when the music and you know the story that he told Harry before that. And how harry you know met him and and to zero you know doing something for charity and helping to give back and you know i. Hey that that was probably a big part of the influence that bruce now gives at his concerts to help feed the hungry. Exactly yeah i agree That's really funny And yeah i do think that and i that is a funny story where he talks about..

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"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I think it might have been the times or some website that said that we could that if you could move all teachers in front of the line to get vaccinated it would only delay things by a couple of days at most. We have enough down that and then you could reopen schools and do more. I appreciate all the work she's doing and so i always like to go the beginning. Robert talk about growing up. Where did you grow up from. And what kind of music did your family listen to short. So i grew up in a town called rockaway beach. New york okay. That is the same town. Speaking of music That the ramones sing about in their song rockaway beach. Thank and as a great town on the southern tip of new york city. Most people don't even know it as little peninsula. That juts out of long island. Actually you know into the atlantic ocean and literally. I grew up two blocks away from the beach and it was just a beautiful place and still has and my mom still lives there and we still go out there and it's just really a great place Music always always always a part of my family Grew up the brothers and house. And i have a half sister as well and my father who actually passed away. Last january obviously both four coded Music was really really important to him. And there was always music in the house He played and he loved. Do and nineteen fifties rock and roll and we actually had in our basement A real you know horror in jukebox played forty five records and it was filled these great old fifties and rock and roll songs and got to know music through that and back. Then you this is the late seventies early eighties. That i was growing up. You could buy forty fives for any music. Right so I would buy forty fives for the music that i was into..

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Germany resumes halted jab roll out

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Germany resumes halted jab roll out

"Germany is receiving inoculations with the coronavirus vaccine made by AstraZeneca following a recommendation by European regulators that the benefits of the shop outweigh any risks authorities in Berlin say to launch vaccination centers that offered the AstraZeneca shot two people in the German capital a reopening of those with canceled appointments this week will be able to get the vaccine over the weekend the suspension all the AstraZeneca shop have further slowed Germany's already sluggish vaccine program so far about ten million doses have been administered in the country with eight point four percent of the population receiving at least one shot Alisson Hoff that percent getting both doses I'm Charles the last month

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US tops 500,000 virus deaths, matching the toll of 3 wars

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

US tops 500,000 virus deaths, matching the toll of 3 wars

"Candlelight ceremony at the White House to memorialize the now more than 500,000 people in the U. S who have lost their lives to covet 19. Nearly year long ordeal. This hit us far harder than any other country. Earlier, President Biden talked about the marked the pandemic has left on the nation 500,071 Yeah. It's more Americans who've died in one year this pandemic. In World War one. World War two. The Vietnam War. Combined night's event attended by Biden, First Lady Joe Biden, Vice president Kamila Harris and second gentleman Douglas M. Hoff also featured a moment of silence by his ordered flags be flown at half staff for the next five days. Despite the rollout of Corona virus vaccine since mid December, the death toll is

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South Dakota gripped by pandemic as governor resists mask mandate

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

South Dakota gripped by pandemic as governor resists mask mandate

"Been experiencing a large upswing in covert cases. CBS's David beg, No says Even now, some in positions of influence, are reluctant to acknowledge that South Dakota's facing a virus leader of Sanford Health, the largest health system in the Dakotas. Has given people reason to question whether there is a crisis here. It's hard for me to say we are at a crisis crisis that that would would be be misleading misleading from from a a clinical clinical standpoint. standpoint. But But CEO CEO Kelby Kelby crabbing crabbing Hoff Hoff isn't isn't a a doctor. doctor. His His chief chief medical medical officer, officer, Dr Dr Allison Allison Subtle Subtle is Would you classify what is happening here in the Dakotas as a crisis? I would one expert in South Dakota. Says the state has the highest hospitalizations per capita in the country. Last week, South Dakota had more virus deaths per capita than any other state.

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AstraZeneca: COVID-19 vaccine 'highly effective' prevention

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

AstraZeneca: COVID-19 vaccine 'highly effective' prevention

"The university of Oxford and AstraZeneca say later stage trials of the Kubic nineteen vaccine were highly effective in preventing disease preventing seventy percent of people from developing the coronavirus Oxford and AstraZeneca say the trial so far indicate if people are given a Hoff those followed by a full does robin to full doses protection then rises to about ninety percent at the WHL special envoy David Nabarro welcomed the news it's a vaccine that can be stored at fridge temperature for longer periods it's a vaccine that has high effectiveness in one of the drives each regimes that have been tried out the vaccine used follows last week's announcement from FISA and will dent saying was all showed that because with nineteen vaccines well almost ninety five percent effective Charles Taylor this month London

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Biden and Harris release tax returns before debate

All Things Considered

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Biden and Harris release tax returns before debate

"Before tonight's debate, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and running made Kamala Harris have released their tax returns. NPR's Brian Naylor reports, Biden paid a federal tax bill of almost $100,000 for 2019. The Bidens had taxable income of just under $945,000 last year running mate Kamala Harris and her husband, lawyer Douglas Am, Hoff reported income of almost 3.1 million and paid federal taxes of almost $1.2 million. The release of Biden's in Harris's tax returns comes a few days after the New York Times reported that President From paid $750 in federal taxes in each of the 2016 and 2017 tax years and nothing in 10 of the previous 15 years. Trump has refused to release his tax returns and is called The Times Report. Fake news.

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"hoff" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy

A Cuppa Happy

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"hoff" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy

"That is a power that's of force you gotta be there hundred percent. Dan Because of that do trust juicer to be able to do that and you connected at that moment consciously into the Patio Dr Gray. into the brain scan defied and flights, and you are dear, the best of yourself and it's coming out and suddenly the pain is Gone Day cts blown the nauseous gone. Yeah and then when you finish blue or you get back in your conditions estate of your brain, which is. Without that control at as it is amazing. But if you have a really serious illness, if you have cancer going in you or something awful like ms or something that's really really really bad. Not just a period pain or Puke Day. Can You? Can you hear yourself with with this type of attitude change? Yes. Of course, you know so many people do already right but we have to ferry fi with signs. This is what I do in the meanwhile I see miraculous healings all the time. Okay but what we are able to track down to lose signs that it becomes undeniable Dan it becomes part of the rattler healthcare and when that happens Dandy pharmaceutical industry who is on our dependency on our fair on our lack of confidence is gonNa go away because then we learn about unlimited power of the mind part of it this healing healing or dealing with. Any stress upon our buddies stresses real is a real killer I mean, it makes people so sick you were you were talking about two different types of stress. I was watching something you were talking earlier in Gosh I, forget the interview but you were saying this to different types, oxidative stress and was at home. Matic stress, your hormats stress you got. oxidative stress inflammation inflammation is causing the effect of any disease. It's deregulating the immune system. Damaging factor right now with covert nineteen is a over active immune system is a deregulation and it's killing the body. It's a cytokine storm it's A. Are. Flam Tori, Marcus inside of our but our buddy is inflames and we cannot stop the dizziness, the Pera, the way they put it in medical science and I say, Hey, in two, thousand, fourteen, we have done a study we have shown how to turn down to Sir. Press decided to can store the inflammation inside the body, how to regulate our immune system. When it goes be Cirque, which is the damaging factor right now in covert nine, hundred, nine, I showed it as showed it not only me I showed a group of people to do that within a quarter over our. So we have natural ways to deal with inflammation. Natural ways to deal with oxidative stress she feel like people listen I mean, the big big boys, the powers that be you think that they're gonNA listen or do you think they just understand pills over ever a mindset must be the psychology. Of The paradigm, the power of the paradigm of what they believe what they know. That is so strong existence manifested. Anything even gave it gifts solutions to contemporary problems that they are not able to be implemented or to be taken up in the psychology of those minds. Besides of that is a lot of money they make people within this paradox there I. The whole world is lockdown. Everybody needs to follow regulations, and possibly in a year, we got a vaccine and then. Gerona virus mutates any virus mutates every year. So I don't know what they are doing, but into money and not into healthcare healthcare is making people not only wearing masks and. Going in distancing and all that but showed him in a natural way how to boost their immune system..

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Seattle - Washington Student Athletes Are Finding Ways To Make Fall Sports Happen

News, Traffic and Weather

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Seattle - Washington Student Athletes Are Finding Ways To Make Fall Sports Happen

"With high school fall sports postponed until next spring in the state of Washington, Would you be willing to temporarily move your child to Idaho or Montana? Was Bill Schwartz says Some families are exploring their options. 17 states, including Washington, had pushed back football, volleyball, cross country and soccer seasons until February. Dr. Caress Unni Hoff with the National Federation of State High School Associations is hearing that some families might move their Children in neighboring states, which are allowing competition so that their son or daughter could lay a false sport in a more timely fashion. So we're starting to see some responses to state decisions that are presented some challenges. The state of Idaho is one of 37 with modified fall seasons, and several schools are already practicing and playing games. And as we get started with school games, which mostly are starting this weekend, you know for the vast majority of our schools. Pretty exciting time for Ty Jones, executive director of the Idaho High School Activities Association, tells me his office is getting more enquiries than previous years from parents in Washington state. But Jones says Cove in 19 is not an acceptable hardship reason for transfer. A lot of our schools have a really tough time looking at kids coming in from other Some other states. We're moving for only for athletic reasons. Colton Washington has been allowed to coop with nearby Genesee, Idaho to play is one high school team this fall. Doctor caress Une Hoff warns against the kneejerk decision. Especially because so few young people are good enough to play at the next level. The great great majority of high school student athletes will not going to play in college and will not interest in scholarship. For a family decision to be made right now, at this time that they would choose to move simply too and be involved in high school sports. We hope that there's complete consideration of everything that comes into play there. The Hoff says It's crucial high school coaches in Washington state. Stay engaged with her athletes this fall. Make sure they get proper exercise plenty of sleep and eat right. They are all essential elements of playing games in the

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Justice Department drops probes into 3 senators' stock sales

Brian Kilmeade

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Justice Department drops probes into 3 senators' stock sales

"Probes of stock trades by three US senators have been closed justice department investigations of stock trading by three members of the U. S. Senate shortly before the corona virus pandemic sent markets tumbling have been closed senators Dianne Feinstein of California Kelli Leffler of Georgia and Jim in Hoff of Oklahoma are no longer under investigation according to people familiar with notifications sent to the senators there was no word about senator Richard Burr of North Carolina Senate records show between late January and mid February and his wife sold between roughly six hundred thousand dollars and one point seven million dollars in more than thirty transactions has temporarily stepped aside as chairman of the Senate

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US closes probes into 3 senators over their stock trades

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

US closes probes into 3 senators over their stock trades

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting probes of stock trades by three US senators have been closed justice department investigations of stock trading by three members of the U. S. Senate shortly before the corona virus pandemic sent markets tumbling have been closed senators Dianne Feinstein of California Kelli Leffler of Georgia and Jim in Hoff of Oklahoma are no longer under investigation according to people familiar with notifications sent to the senators there was no word about senator Richard Burr of North Carolina Senate record show between late January and mid February and his wife sold between roughly six hundred thousand dollars and one point seven million dollars in more than thirty transactions has temporarily stepped aside as chairman of the Senate intelligence committee might cross yet Washington

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Virus lockdown gives Venice a shot at reimagining tourism

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Virus lockdown gives Venice a shot at reimagining tourism

"Canada's the vendor because largest grounds airline two holes it plans is most to lay visited off at least city twenty thousand stopping the flow employees of well over three because billion of the pandemic dollars in annual tourism at kind of related the says revenue the layoffs I'm will devastated impact more the city's than half economy of the company's nominee thirty residents eight thousand hope employees the crisis has also in nineteen provided an forty opportunity two with uses to build schedule by a more ninety sustainable five percent tourism with industry little hope and of attract normal traffic more full returning time soon residents the carrier the canal says city is what forced inspired the city Canaletto to be and reduced tuna by fifty it's not to a sixty blank percent canvas a ready move to affected be re imagined June versions seventh include tax in March breaks it announced to bring back a lay off traditional of manufacturing the Hoff of the and work restoring force under ways a the cost Venetian reduction life scheme like at the then standing in April robots he proceeded used for centuries to rehire by residents laid I'm off Charles flight the attendants Ledesma mechanics and customer service agents after the government announced a wage subsidy plan but has not committed to maintain the program past June six I'm Charles last month

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Canada Air Canada Layoffs

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Canada Air Canada Layoffs

"Canada's largest airline plans to lay off at least twenty thousand employees because of the pandemic at kind of the says the layoffs will impact more than half of the company's thirty eight thousand employees in nineteen forty two with uses schedule by ninety five percent with little hope of normal traffic returning soon the carrier says is what forced the city to be reduced by fifty to sixty percent a move affected June seventh in March it announced a lay off of the Hoff of the work force under a cost reduction scheme then in April he proceeded to rehire laid off flight attendants mechanics and customer service agents after the government announced a wage subsidy plan but has not committed to maintain the program past June six I'm Charles last month

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"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

14:56 min | 2 years ago

"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I didn't know if because of how often you've seen them in how you're you're very passionate and the connections you have. I didn't know if they were some of the ban they go. Oh yeah that's Lisa. Well certainly the disciples of soul. Okay that have just been on the road. Certainly they recognize me. Certainly I mean Eddie manion. I wouldn't call him a friend but he somebody who points me out every show. He you know and I actually became friends with Clark. Gayton who is so underrated and so incredibly talented. He plays around in New York in all different incarnations of music from big bands to reggae a super talented guy. And Really Nice. But again you know Anthony El Monte the disciples of soul definitely know who I am at this point because I went to so many shows when they went back on the road I never in my wildest dreams thought that they would ever you know I thought that was over. Steve went back with the band. And you know it was a one off initially and then they started to tour and so did I. Yeah it was it was. I was really lucky enough. They were coming to Dallas and on twitter. Little Stevens said at the hard rock cafe in downtown Dallas. I'm going to do an impromptu You know garage band and so we got there early. The ban started doing there And I saw Eddie and like hey can I take your picture you know and and And then little even came took pictures with all of this was very kind and then they ended up. There was a birthday party there so they wouldn let him do his. Dj thing so they just ended up eating and leaving. You know but it was like okay. I got my picture taken with them. That's you know I now have meals. I have little steven you know on my Bingo card of Admit I. I've got a picture of me and Bruce from Saint Paul. Yeah we flew out for the first couple of shows of the born in the USA tour and the daytime of the second night. We were just shopping in the mall. And there was bruce and my friend had one picture left on one of those member those disc cameras with the round film. He had one picture left and he snapped a picture of me. Bruce and I have on my born in the USA shirt and ironically in the background Was Jimmy mcduffie. Who did his security at that time? Fast forward to about Oh two thousand eight. I guess maybe two thousand nine. My cousin was going to school in Staten Island younger shoes in college and she got snowed to where they couldn't get the ferry back to school and she came with a couple of friends to spend the night in my apartment and her friend is very plugged in. Apparently Jimmy mcduffie is her godfather and she just casually mentioned it and I pulled out the picture and I said Oh this Jimmy McAfee and she fell over. 'cause he's in the background of the picture. Whose name Bruce Centers. She wasn't even born yet. The my picture was When for the autobiography You know he did the first round. Were all you know east coast than just maybe one or two in California West Coast and then they did a second round and there was one in Austin and I drove down and got my six seconds with him and so I have the picture of us at the book signing in where I got to tell him. You know how much better days and land of hope and dreams meant to me. As I've told the story a hundred times I don't think he heard it but I needed to say it more than I needed him to hear it If that makes sense Oh absolutely. Yeah so that. That's that's very cool. The you've been very vocal about some of the music but is is there any thing particular songs or albums that we haven't touched on that has a special place in your heart. Well there's a couple would have to say first of all when the ties that bind came out that to me. That was a dream come true because I had been chasing. That music might entire life. Bootlegs were hard to come by some of the songs I knew some had been released. Some were played by other people but essentially it was just as the you know the heavens opened up and drop this record on me on that side. I look at my favorites change. You Know How could I how could I be a Bruce Fan and not save one? Two run is my favorite record. You know what I mean but well I love East reshuffle. I in you know I have a good friend Sam and Salmon. I talk all the time and we. We always benching with with without malice. We go okay. You're doing be the boss on East Street radio. Why don't pick thunder? Road is one of your five songs. Of course. Thunder road means the world to you? Thunder road means the world to all of us. You know right and so I kinda that same thing when I say. Land of hope. Juries are better. Days are my favorite songs. But that's also. I'm not giving short to Rosetta or thunder road or born to run. You know or the rising I completely understand. I mean it is there are there. There are an and I talk about this often. It's ever changing in also. I think that is. That's where the title of this podcast came from. Is that when you're not at a show? And he plays a song that you would have loved to hear live you stop set listing and you start. Set lusting right. So that's where the title came from so for me the one song that I've never heard him play that I wish I could hear perfectly because I was just the question I was going to ask you. Okay well for me. It is e street shuffle. Wow Okay I've never heard them. And ironically when they were at the end of the two thousand nine tour and playing whole albums I already had tickets and ended up at the river. Show not that. I was disappointed but I had seen. Dozens of river shows dozens back in the day back in the day front but not from start to finish never have which was a treat but the night before my stepbrother had tickets and he d e street shuffle the whole album but he already made a commitment to a friend who was as big. A fan is the rest of us to go that night and he tells the story that before they started to play. His friend leaned over and said well. What do you think he'll open with and he said I don't know Funda crack and that's what he opened with. But I you know again that I would have traded at least a dozen shows to have seen that night. That's five is taking. My son was too too much. But you know. I'm very grateful that I took my son to the magic tour. And so he got to see Clarence which was a big thing and I have to tell you as a fan after he passed. I couldn't see the band. It took me a took me until the river tour in. So so you didn't go to wrecking ball or did not. I did not and I loved the records but I just couldn't bring myself to see a show without Clarence I. I understand that I you know I could see that It was devastating. Yeah and you know and I think they handled it. Well a little weird you know. Losing Danny was certainly tough. But Clarence was such a presence in. Bruce in his friendship was so epic on stage. Not that they all aren't friends and brothers off stage on stage so yeah it was really weird and It was devastating. I remember I I ended up I had Sirius Xm. But I didn't have the the online version of were were. You could play it anywhere from a computer and I ended up buying it and I said at my computer listening to the replay of the Special Apollo show. You know. And that's the first time he did that. Are we missing anybody and even telling the story now? Lisa I had tears in the science just pulled a Tissue Guy. Because are we missing anybody and it just is so and and. I still stand by that. You know if you're here and we are here they're here and I think about that when I'm going to family get togethers where our grandparents aren't there or my dad isn't there and I. I always think that while we're here they're here you know if if you're here we're here than they are here and that presence is such and I believe losing clearance and then losing David Bowie and Glenn Fry and then prince but even especially bowie before the river tour of two thousand sixteen. I think that is one of the reasons why they had such a joy playing together because in my mind they all go. The the road in front of us is shorter than the row behind us. We have no. We have nothing guaranteed of how many more times we are going to get to play together and I say with coats play because it is a job for them but it also. They are playing music they are. There is such a joy of them performing together and I think they were incredibly strong. That tour I think they showed their their love and and the greatness of the band but there was such A. We are so grateful that we are having not final victory lap for we are having this ability to do this again at this point darker. I will agree with that completely. And it's interesting because as. I said I couldn't really bring my couldn't bring myself to go but I did and right off the bat I said Jake is playing Clarence Horns. There is no doubt in my mind that he playing his horns. This only you know he learned the Solos but I met somebody in the parking lot who had never seen a brick shell okay and that was his first show and after the show we will park next to each other and I personally would have preferred. I thought I was going to see the outtakes. Frankly I didn't realize they were playing the whole album again. It was great but I kind of Said something like Gee I wish I could have picked that set list and I remember him saying you something like Oh my God. That was like the greatest show I ever saw in my life bar. None and I said you have just seen the greatest show on earth no doubt about it but I guess I'm a little bit jaded Having been a fan for so long and seeing so many shows that were just epic shows. I can remember on the river tour. I was already a big St Fan and almost being annoyed if I was on the Clarence side not annoy. Oh Dang it you know but what I wouldn't do to be able to see him play in front of me from the fourth row. You know it was a devastating loss musically for the band I can't imagine what their friendships with the loss. Must've been to them when I only I cried two or three times. I was lucky enough to get a show to get a ticket on Broadway. And even luckier. My wife said yes. We have no business spending the money. But we're GonNa let you go. Yes and and.

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