35 Burst results for "I. Tunes"

5 Distinct Impediments to a Republican Landslide Victory in November

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 6 d ago

5 Distinct Impediments to a Republican Landslide Victory in November

"Have here is a list. The first is the January 6th committee report that looks to be published soon. Looming indictments, we don't know what that's going to look like. Ballots and mules, the fourth that I think ties into what we talk about yesterday is social media suppression alongside the synthetic operation of fake stories being spent on spread on social media funded by billionaires that we covered yesterday. And so if you missed the program yesterday, I think it's important to replay this, cut 5, this lawyer on TikTok Preston Moore tells the world that he was offered $400 from a 501c3 organization, the good info foundation to make an anti Trump video that's against 5 O one regulations. It is illegal. Play cut 5. I was just offered $400 to make an anti Donald Trump propaganda post related to the January 6th investigation that is completely not true. I should start out this video by saying I'm not a Donald Trump supporter so that should give a little bit of context to where I'm coming from. I'm an attorney. I post legal news and analysis on related topics. Okay, here we go with the story. So first thing first, I get an email from somebody, but the good info foundation. We'll talk about them a little more in a minute. I'm going to refer to this person who's Jane. Jane sent me a message letting me know she represented the good info foundation and that she was willing to offer a paid collaboration to discuss some topics related to January 6th. I said, sure, why not all learn some more? Jane says the good info foundation will give me $400 to make a post on my page and then share it to Instagram. Now we laid out this story in great detail yesterday and so I'm not going to repeat that, but I just want to remind some of you and some of you that are tuning into this program that missed our program yesterday that this right there is this an example of how they're using social media as a new terrain to implement a midterm interference election strategy.

Good Info Foundation Preston Moore Donald Trump Jane
No One Can Possibly Be Excited for the President's Cup

Fore The People

03:36 min | Last week

No One Can Possibly Be Excited for the President's Cup

"Well, like I'll sell it. I'll sell it for pennies on the dollar, you know, outside the gate, good night. That's my daughter. She's just, she doesn't know what to do about the world of golf. Got context today, by the way, first time at a glasses. Volleyball got hit in the face with glasses, had to switch to context. Anyway, that's sitting there. Yeah, tough adjustment. I'm sitting there and I have this corporate ten or whatever. I'm like, dude, I wasn't live versus PGA Tour for the president's cup. Call it the freaking traders cup. Call it whatever the hell you want to call it. Yes. Yeah, streaming on Pornhub, platinum subscription. I don't give a shit what happens like people are going to tune into this thing like you've never even seen or heard in your entire life. Right. It's going to be tenfold of what it is right now. And I don't even want to discount how good the players are for the international team that are going to end up making it that never would before because they're a lot better than you and I are. However, it's not the same. And then the PGA Tour teams watered down too because they're missing some of their best guys. Right. So if you're listening to this and you're really intrigued about watching the president's cup, you're a free con serial killer. You go around, stocking people, where's the body? Let me know that type of situation. That's basically what's happened. There's no way anyone's excited to watch this. No. And I don't even know what it is. I don't even know what month to sit, I don't know. I only know where it is. That's the thing. I have not kept up with it at all. I don't care. And the problem is, I should care because I have friends. In it, and I don't know where it is. Sam Burns plant. Sam's plan. Yeah. And I have no idea where it is, when it is, no idea. I know that Sam won't even see the 13th pole. He won't even see it. No, like, whoever he's playing doesn't matter. He's like, he's a piece of two shot advantage every time he plays. And speaking of, like, that's a thing. Yeah, I don't even know the captains are. I believe it's Davis love. Is that correct? Is the captain of the stateless love in Trevor implement and I feel horrible because Trevor Owens a nice guy. Trevor Spence, he lost his he lost his best guys. I guess he gets Hideki like, can you clone a decade? Like, I don't know, like who cloned the first sheep. It was at in Scotland, go over to that guy, clone Hideki 11 times before this thing starts, and maybe we'll have ourselves a freaking golf tournament. Well, yeah, maybe. Maybe. Maybe. Maybe. No, I said maybe credit to myself for saying maybe. Maybe we would. 11 a decades might have a chance. Possibly, I don't know. With the current team, absolutely 0%, no chance at all. I don't know what the money line is on the United States in that one, but man. It's gotta be it's gotta be minus it's gotta be -900. I'm gonna look. You spend a million put a million on it to make a hundred grand. Like, come on. It's worth it though, 'cause it's a lock. I made that up. Let's see what it really is. It's worth it. It's a lock. But anyway, I mean, that's one of the things though. The golf golf needs this shit to be over with. This squabble. Minded 500. USA's -500. That's it. Oh my God. That's pretty bad. That's pretty bad, honestly, though, because they give you fluff. Like the internationals are plus that moon 50. Match play is a little bit of a carnage shell, like you know that. You can play best fall on both players can be 6 under and you can lose to two guys that shoot 74, but they best fall 7 under, right? However, -500 seems like

Sam Burns Golf Pga Tour Hideki Volleyball Trevor Owens Trevor Spence SAM PGA Trevor Davis Scotland USA
Mark Meadows: It's Time We Turn the Microscope on These Agencies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:22 min | Last week

Mark Meadows: It's Time We Turn the Microscope on These Agencies

"Started this January 6th committee in the way it was founded was awful and terrible. But do you think it's a good idea, Mark, to start a special committee on, let's say, IRS oversight, not just have it be part of oversight, but actually start its own chartered committee to publish a report that doesn't happen very often, right? That happened, I think with Major League Baseball, maybe with after 9 11, JFK assassination, do you think that's a good idea to have a spin off committee to have oversight of these federal bureaucracies? Without a doubt. And I think if the leadership and the Republican side of the house is assuming that they take over or willing to spend the kind of dollars, they can spend a fraction of what's been spent on the January 6th committee and actually make a real impact. But if they're laser focused on the IRS, you know, listen, anybody who sees that they've just passed this and they're going to hire 87,000 new IRS agents. Listen, it's not about just going after the wealthy. It's going after the people that are tuned in right now. And candidly, every single aspect of your life will start to be under a microscope. And so I think it's time that we turn the microscope on these agencies and say that your accountable to the American people and having a committee that does it exactly that.

IRS Major League Baseball JFK Mark
If You Don't Get Angry, Something's Wrong With You

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:19 min | Last week

If You Don't Get Angry, Something's Wrong With You

"But the reason I'm telling people this and I'm taking your time, John, is because Mario morelo spoke. A lot of people don't know who he is. Ladies and gentlemen, there are just a tiny handful of people like Mario Morello. I've never seen anyone bolder more in tune with what God is saying. I don't say that lightly. And what he talked about, you just got me thinking, John. The level of evil that is manifesting itself in the United States of America right now. When you hear about the government going after an organization like Christians engage dot org and saying, well, we're going to take away your tax exempt status. This is evil. And if you don't get angry at this, something's wrong with you. You're trying to pretend it's not happening. And by the way, that is about the most anodyne little thing you could possibly mention, but I just thought when Mario marlos spoke, he spoke about some of the genuinely wicked things done and there are people in the church convinced that somehow the Christian thing to do is to be quiet or to be nice. I mean, if somebody mutilates your children, are you not going to fight? Are you not going to stand? Are you not going to do? There are things happening that, you know, apart from the literal mutilation of children because of the transgender madness, if you don't speak up, if you don't get angry and say, I have an obligation to fight for what is right and true, the idea that I can't be political. You are absolutely hiding from reality. And I just want to be really blunt folks. God's going to judge us when we are silent in the face of evil. God calls us to speak. And not only will God judge you, I will judge you. I will be in the gulag for a couple of years before they finally come and get you. And when you show up, I will laugh at you. I will judge you. That's the most important thing. I mean, I tell you, forgive me, John, but you know, when you tell me that, that the IRS or whoever is trying to bother Christians engaged. It's another good reason to go to Christians engaged dot org, folks. Because we have to stand with those who are being persecuted and vilified, attacked in any event. Well, John. Well, I've got a piece at the stream that relates to this. And it's an unusual title. Is the Trump movement like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians? Is the Trump movement like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians? Like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians. For Christians. Okay, let me guess. Yes. Yes. So I tell the story of two very similar Christian communities in very similar circumstances with tragically different outcomes. The Christians of Iraq had and the Christians of Syria as circa 2001 on September 11th, 2001. They were in very similar situations. They were dependent on the goodwill of secular Arab dictators. Saddam Hussein Bashir. The U.S. fights this pointless war in Iraq based on weapons of mass destruction that never existed. Our regime our occupation does not protect the Christians. The Muslims are infuriated that the American crusaders are in their countries. So they started attacking the local Christians who are hapless helpless scapegoats. They had all been disarmed by the government. Saddam Hussein, like a good tyrant, had gun control. America being good liberals, we kept gun control laws in Iraq. The Islamists like other criminals don't obey gun control laws. So they got lots of guns. The Christians of Iraq, obeyed the law, counted on the government to protect them, were slaughtered. Three fourths of the Christians in Iraq who had been there since the apostles, the churches have been there since the second century. Three fourths of Iraq's Christians were killed or driven into exile. And if you want to help them go to Iraqi Christian relief organization, they really do need your help. It's tragic because they were disarmed. They were helpless in the face of ISIS. When ISIS marched in the city of Mosul, which had 1.6 million people and tens of thousands of Christians. Like a hundred guys from ISIS took over a city of more than a million people because they'd all been disarmed by the government. Hundred guys took over a terrorized the city of 1.6 million people burned all the churches, drove all the Christians out, raped the women set up rape camps where they traded them. Horrendous tragic outcome. That is what happens when Christians trust a secular government that doesn't like them to protect them. And the secular government here in America clearly likes us less and less with each passing week. So as I've written and I've got a book on this coming out on this called God and guns versus the government, the more hostile the government becomes, the more important our gun rights become. Now let me tell the story of Syria. In Syria, do you remember the Arab Spring went to democracy was going to come to the Arab world? Well, how did that work out? Joey walked out. We have to go to a break here, but I just have to remind my audience just so that they're tracking with the conversation. The lunacy of the Arab Spring, the lunacy that the idea that democracy could break out in a place like that. The naivete of the people who put forward that narrative. And then we saw it collapse and they never bothered to say, oh, oh yeah, we were wrong about that. When we come back talking to John for the rest of the hour and more, don't go away. Well, I for one second, I've got an alarm going off. I got to turn it off. Is the government the best mechanism for fighting poverty? Are there any real life examples of communities successfully combating addiction and homelessness today? How can we best deliver hope to our nation, those questions get answered September 23rd on Salem now dot com in an inspiring new motion picture from kingstone studios based on a true story in no vacancy a demoted journalist finds her cynicism slowly transformed as she befriends a recovering addict while working a story about a church struggling to purchase a motel for homeless families, no vacancy, starring dean Cain, TC stallings and Sean young is based on the true story of first baptist Leesburg, Florida, and a real location the Samaritan inn. Move your viewers are saying movies like this bring purpose to the big screen, well produced and the acting is tops, enough can not be said about how incredible this true story is.

Syria Iraq Mario Morelo Mario Morello John Mario Marlos U.S. Saddam Hussein Bashir Iraqi Christian Relief Organiz IRS Saddam Hussein Mosul Joey Kingstone Studios Tc Stallings Salem Dean Cain Sean Young Samaritan Inn Leesburg
A Warning About Digital Currency

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | Last week

A Warning About Digital Currency

"If you're a listener to my podcast and have been for a long time if you're that core group of people I mean with me from the beginning One of the things I've warned you about with the metastasizing police state is digital currencies The police do not tune out the radio I know this sounds like digital currency What do I care about that What is that Like money on your phone or computer or something Yeah that's exactly what it is I'm not talking about cryptocurrency That's different That's run by blockchain technology That is not a government entity at all I'm not talking about cryptocurrency I'm talking about digital currency in other words U.S. Federal Reserve government central banks around the world making a currency a money that is transaction wise is only usable digitally It's no cash Maybe that's the best way to explain it There's no cash Now you may be saying yourself like some lost shocking me some clueless Republicans support this too Well that doesn't sound like a bad idea It reduces transaction costs no need to create a lot of cash Folks it is the single biggest desire of the police state right now Is digital currencies for a number of reasons and you need to fight this thing tooth and nail like your liberty depended on it

U.S. Federal Reserve Governmen
Ex-employee testifies he now doubts R. Kelly abuse denials

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-employee testifies he now doubts R. Kelly abuse denials

"A key change in testimony by R. Kelly's co defendant in the singles federal trial in Chicago What a difference a day makes One day after telling a Chicago jury he believed his boss when he denied hitting up miners to have sex with Daryl McDavid is singing a different tune he now says he has doubts about Kelly's denials McDavid says what changed his mind was the testimony of four R. Kelly accuses at this trial He now says listening to their accounts in court have left them sad and embarrassed The testimony is expected to tip the scales of justice against R. Kelly's being acquitted but it does help McDavid's status as his co defendant both in charge with fixing Kelly's 2008 champ pornography trial The government says McDavid knew Kelly was guilty heading into that trial and that gave him a motive for suppressing evidence against the singer I'm Oscar bell's Gabrielle

R. Kelly Daryl Mcdavid Mcdavid Chicago Kelly Oscar Bell Gabrielle
A Louisiana Republican Is Terrified of Little Danny DeVito

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

A Louisiana Republican Is Terrified of Little Danny DeVito

"There's a Louisiana Republican that's terrified of evil Danny DeVito. Danny DeVito? This is evil. Apparently there's Mike Jonathan objected to a sitcom that's on FX right now. It's a series about a woman in her 13 year old daughter who are trying to live normal lives even though Satan is the girl's father and wants custody of her soul. Sounds funny to me. Yeah. And Danny DeVito apparently plays Satan. So they were watching Sunday Night's broadcast of Louisiana state's university football opener against Florida. And he said, I couldn't get to the remote fast enough to shield my 11 year old from the preview. And I wonder how many other children were exposed to it. And how many millions more will tune in to the new series owned and marketed by Disney? Who would have thought that they're going to try and cancel Danny DeVito? For being out. It's hilarious. On the show, Devito voices the role of Satan and his own daughter Lucy Devito plays the daughter Chrissy, the Antichrist. And I want to watch this now. And it's a 10 p.m. show. So anything that's on that late is not geared towards children anyway.

Danny Devito Mike Jonathan Satan Louisiana Football Florida Lucy Devito Devito Disney Chrissy
Dodgers closer Kimbrel walks out to 'Let It Go'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dodgers closer Kimbrel walks out to 'Let It Go'

"A major league relief pitcher is called on a kid's favorite as his walk in music Anyway The clothes are getting called in to put the chill on opposition rallies or even keeping them from starting So why not use the hit song from frozen Let it go that's what Los Angeles Dodgers relief ace Craig kimbrough has been using when summoned into games when kimbrough began struggling his wife Ashley suggested the tune It may not be the kind of intimidating song most relievers used but he has gotten good results on the mount so far and in the stands fans have been singing along with the Disney tune as kimbrell enters the game A Moscow's Gabriel

Craig Kimbrough Kimbrough Dodgers Los Angeles Ashley Kimbrell Disney Moscow
Overcomers Part-1 - burst 1

Live Behind The Veil

11:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Overcomers Part-1 - burst 1

"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. And the overcame him by the blood of the lamb, by the word of their testimony in the love not their lives, unto the death. I'm Ron your host, and on this podcast we'll discuss how we can walk is overcomers today. Today, I think we're going to accept one of two things. Either faith or futility. Right. Right. Right? We will either be believers or we will have a sense of frustration and futility that will overcome us. And that's a negative side of overcoming. We do not want that side of overcoming. We overcome because of the blood of the lamb. Because of the word of our testimony and because we love not our lives unto death. Yes. The blood of the lamb, that is simply our acceptance of it, you know, it's not anything we can do about it. The word of our testimony, I have seen so many people and I know we all have who one minute they'll be talking, praying, prophesying, whatever it is, God's going to do this. And as soon as church is over, they go out and say, what a bunch of BS, they negate what we would have thought as faith. If we are saying, I love you, and then we go back somewhere else and show that we really don't, we don't want that type of hypocrisy. We want to speak. I love you, and then you know what? I'm going to show you. Hey, Alan. Point that I'm that I think you're making here is first off, do people understand the power of a spoken word? And I don't think most do. The principle you're laying out is if people have a faith to prophesy or a faith to pray, or even telling their neighbor that they love them, and then the same day the next day, whatever, they are voicing the opposite of what they said in the spirit realm, you just crossed out the good that you created. If you're creating something if you understand that your words, what they're afraid of is something. They're either freighted with the love and the power of the holy spirit. Are there freighted with the negative? Yeah, you're speaking exactly the faith or futility. And if it's faith, it's from a word from God, right? Faith comes by hearing, and so you express what the lord is showing you. And it is going to be out of love. Or as futility in that you're speaking one thing and thinking even that that's not going to work. Out of the mouth comes both bitter and sweet water. I have been actually working on this lately because every time you've voiced anything negative, whether it has to do with what you were talking about or declaring or praying about. It's muddying the water. That's coming out of your mouth. And I have been trust trying, even a negative circumstance is just to voice the positive. Thanking the lord, no matter what, because it makes you stronger for one thing. Every time you exercise that voice muscle, it makes you a stronger person, emphasizing the goodness of the lord rather than the discouragement or whatever. You're talking about having a choice. You're choosing to give in or to have faith in leave. And be thankful in the circumstance. And refuse to be negative. Right. If you create it instead of giving in to it, that's what overcoming is. Because if you don't have something to overcome, you won't become an overcomer. If you don't have something that comes up in your life, the defects you in a possible negative way, you have to make a choice. Am I going to submit to it? And give it to that or am I going to overcome it? Hey, dad. So the choice you have is either being overcome or a victim, just because something happens to you in a circumstance. Or a relationship that's negative, you can feel powerless. Well, they did that to me or this happened to me. That's a stance. You can take that, which becomes, you become a victim, or like you said, you can voice faith, you can be an overcomer. And I don't always do it right. There are times where I obviously voice a negative. I'm believing that the lord's going to make us me a more aware of what I'm doing. And more aware of my choice, I am setting my heart choose to do the opposite. Right. I'm choosing to be thankful. I'm choosing to rejoice. I'm choosing to think of something that is positive and create that instead. You're correcting yourself. You're getting your focus on the lord rather than the circumstance and suddenly you find the openness to the lord, opens up that trust factor that the lord is handling everything, and so you don't need to react to these circumstances. And you're overcoming it. We overcome, Satan by the blood of the lamb. Yes. Yeah. And by the word of our testimony, because of the word of God in our mouth, right? And let's not forget this part. Because we do not love our lives even unto death. Right. So there's this thing of self preservation and the instinct and I think that part of that comes in as this kind of nation where we start, you know, wallowing. This is what's getting refined out of us, right? Was these carnal instincts of the human nature where we were living in self condemnation and we're holding on to things because of a fear and so we don't want to have that we don't want to love our lives even uneven to death. Yeah. I know that's a big tall order. We need to look at those three things together, not just what we voice, because I think what we voice is for now, because we do not love our lives even about the death. We don't have that aspect of it. Work in our hearts. Right. People misunderstand that scripture in thinking that it necessarily is a physical death. I don't think so. I think it is what we have talked about numerous times in relating to the death of the nature that is in us. What you're talking about, the self preservation side of it. I'm giving that over to the lord. I die too my self preservation. Right. Right. You die to certain aspects when your child goes to kindergarten. There's a small death in a mother when they have to let go of that child and let it go to kindergarten. That's true. You know, or to school. You know, when a young man becomes eligible, goes into the military and there's a war going on. Boy, mom and dad both die a bit in letting that child go. I was really intrigued by this word overcome. What does it really mean? And I went through as many dictionary went back through the Hebrew, basically overcoming is arriving at a very important place. When you overcome some of the definitions I come up with was you have control. You conquer. You governed, you're now the master of. That's perfect. So do like the four G overcomes futility. Right. Right. Because you can't have both. You can't have futility and authority overcoming creates, you have overcome something. You now govern it. You've now conquered it. You now a subdued that you're now administering it, administering that all these things are what it means to overcome. What is the fruit of overcoming? We have overcome by the blood of the lamb. What do we do now? We do the works that he did and even greater works will we do because he went to the father. Well on this podcast, we have found that we are going to accept one of two things faith or futility. Speaking God's word positively and creatively into every situation and walking humbly are some simple steps that we can take to become those overcomers. At the lord's looking for. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is alive. 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.

Scripture Word Family Christian Love GOD RON Alan Satan
David Limbaugh: 'The Resurrected Jesus' Incentivizes to Read the Bible

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

David Limbaugh: 'The Resurrected Jesus' Incentivizes to Read the Bible

"I do pray and I read the Bible a lot but I've been my orientation and emphasis has been studying the Bible and theology and not that she doesn't do that she does but she also is so into the spiritual disciplines and praying and she can talk directly to God and you can ask her somebody call me once to pray for them They knew I was a Christian I said you know I'd love to but if you don't mind I want to add my daughter to this call because she's so much better at this than I am So I called her and she jumped at it and she just blew me when she saw articulate with the prayers And so she can fine tune everything So she did that And I think these prayers And I'll abbreviate the rest of this answer to quit filibuster But these prayers cause the reader to interact with the text and their designed to help the reader ask God to help them understand the text and the Bible and just to bring them in closer relationship with God and to incentivize them to read the Bible which is the plan with all my books

The Joy Set Before Us ! - burst 1

Live Behind The Veil

08:07 min | 3 weeks ago

The Joy Set Before Us ! - burst 1

"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, everyone. I'm Ron, your host, and on this podcast, we'll talk about the joy that is set before us. As the lower disciplines us and we begin to mature, we begin to look for the joy set before us realizing that as we partake of his nature. We will reap the peaceful fruit of his righteousness. Yeah, I think about the joy of the lord as our strength. In his presence is fullness of joy. Even when your bones are broken, you rejoice. Psalms 51, let the bones which thou hast broken rejoice. Basically, how does that work in your life? I had a lot of joy when I first accepted the lord. There was a tremendous amount of joy and just feeling loved and accepted. And then that started to wane over time. I know in a walk with the lord, there's seasons. Not everything was a 100% joy all the time. I think sometimes as the lord's putting us through the things to create us into sons. I want to claim to term it's called mature joy. Yeah. When you're a new Christian, everything's new. And there is a flood of joy and love that you feel. You're experiencing a relationship with the lord that you've never had. It's kind of like a honeymoon experience we've talked about that before. And so there was a lot of joy. There's a lot of love this poured out on you and then God puts you begins to put you through the hoops to become mature, sun, and those not necessarily are very joyful or very happy or very fun. I think your seasoned, it's gotten deeper, it's more intense. It's more focused. And it becomes easier, I think, as we mature because we know what it is. Oh yeah. Kind of like when the lord first meets you and he gives you a three or four M and M's. When you get to a place of maturity, it's like having that really good Swiss chocolate that's kind of what we're expressing here is but with that and going back to what Ron was saying is that's the joy set before us after going through so many things the discipline of the lord and so forth, we now have really come to realize that those scourging and disciplined times there's a joy coming at the other end of it. I think that maybe the maturity process is being cut short. That the maturing process is speeding up. Absolutely. Believe it can be cut short and righteousness. It's what Dale loves to talk about, you know, Jesus was on that cross. Three hours, why should we have to be on a cross for 40 years? That's one thing I really bugs me is this. I just go on. Okay, lord, I love you, but man, why does it have to take so long? I really believe it's that resistance of the nature of the flesh nature that doesn't want the change. Our brains are saying, yes, I want this change in our hearts or saying yes, lord, I need this change. But our inner man is saying, like, hell you do. I think, isn't it in hebrews where he's talking about the chastening of the sun? Correct. Yes. I think that our human mind has been so trained that we think the joy is all about making me feel good. Right. Right. There is a definite side to joy. This still there, but it doesn't feel good. In my case, that's my human appraisal of the situation. That there is a discipline of your spirit, God uses a human situation to discipline you, and then their spiritual discipline that comes. When we're done, there's one major thing that we are thankful. And thankfulness brings worship, worship, brings joy to the lord and returns to us, joy. What you're getting at Deb, how does a mature son of God look at when he comes to change us? Every son whom he receives he chases. Yeah. Throwing out my human mind, there is a joy that God brings with his changing you because he loves you. Yeah, you're talking about hebrews 12 and it really starts and bursts ten and I want to read this because it also fits tightly and to what Deb has been talking about tonight also. And it says he disciplines us for our good. That we may share his holiness. All discipline for the moment seems not to be joyful, but sorrowful. Yet, to those who have been trained by it, have gone through it once or twice before, right? Afterwards, this yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness. Therefore, strengthen the hands that are weak in the knees that are feeble, and make straight the paths free or feet so that the limb which is lame may not be put out of joint but rather healed. Christ's joy on the cross was the fact that he knew with what he was doing, that now we would have an open door back to the father that was closed to us in the garden. Right. The joy of having us back with him. Being able to talk to the father being able to be in his presence, which is the one thing that Adam had. Yeah, and now the veil is rent and we are back where we can reach into the father and commune with him. On this podcast, we've seen that as an immature child, discipline is not joyful at all. But as we mature in the lord, the process begins to be shorter, and we realize the joy that is set before us. 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 veil.

Scripture Word Family Christian Love GOD RON DEB Dale Jesus Adam
The Queering of Our Military With Kurt Schlicter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

The Queering of Our Military With Kurt Schlicter

"Are joined now by my good friend and savage all around awesome American colonel kerch. How are you doing, my man? We're having fun, buddy. We are having fun. And we were talking last segment about the queering of America. Let's talk about the queering of our military. And apparently now, the admirals in some places have pronouns in their email signatures. Is this real? I think that's a little alarming to me. Is it an alarming to you? It is a 6 alarm fire like the one that burnt down the bond hom Richard because they're busy having pride marches instead of learning how to put out fires on ships. What is wrong with these people? Well, look, I'm not a sailor guy. I'm not real in tune with the whole ship thing, but I would think that learning to fight fires on a ship would be an important thing. And I think that offering your pronouns to people would be an unimportant thing. And I guess I'm just a little simplistic gym, I think you do important things and not unimportant things. Am I on the wrong track here? You're 100 percent on the wrong track as a matter of fact, we're going to have to have you sent to a re-education camp,

Colonel Kerch Buddy America Richard
Burgess Owens: 'Commitment to America' Plan Is Smart & Strategic

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | Last month

Burgess Owens: 'Commitment to America' Plan Is Smart & Strategic

"I think an easily digestible contract where people can look and go wait tax cuts patient controlled healthcare school choice defending life the Second Amendment is this and this regulatory reform Wow that looks really good for me People need to see that on paper I agree with you It's not just a political talking point You can't just run against people Like Biden sucks Yeah okay we get it We know that Like we're living this suck You got to tell us why there's an alternative to it and we're going to provide it I'm going to say something America will think we realize how smart our leadership is Of course being in minority is very low to do with shouting raptors We have no way of controlling the gavel When we have fulfillment last year strategic look at this task force we are allowed in our now getting feedbacks and go back and back into our week or so We can highlight everything we need to sign on and you've got to load this significant America It's easy to remember if makes sense that people right now are very very tuned into and we're seeing no matter what you're going to create intended Republicans we have the answers We're not just against this crazy parliament nuzi stuff and we see that that is going nuts When we force something that makes sense for America our team is our future our budget all the things we know that we should be getting back to We have an answer And guess what It's going to be a hundred day plan is going to be a process of the next term will be dropping legislation to get our country back and give Americans hope again So just wait another couple of two or three weeks And believe me as smart strategic and bring us back together in a big way

America Biden Raptors
Ned Ryun: 'That's Not an Interview, That's a Tongue Bath!'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | Last month

Ned Ryun: 'That's Not an Interview, That's a Tongue Bath!'

"Let's know what Jake tapper asked. You just asking a question of Mark Kelly this past weekend. I think it's cut 19. Do we have cut 19 guys? By the way, Ron Johnson, don't forget Ron Johnson, Wisconsin. I want to ask you about your Republican opponent in the upcoming Arizona Senate election. He says Democrats want to quote change the demographics of the country. He is openly embraced Donald Trump's election lies. He has the support of a lot of openly racist notorious individuals. The Arizona Republican nominee for governor says the President Biden isn't a legitimate president. She says she wants her democratic opponent in jail, the Republican nominee for Secretary of State in Arizona. He's a self proclaimed member of the oath keepers. You hold the seat once filled by John McCain, who is a conservative, but he did work across the aisle. He was very critical of voices like the ones I just mentioned, not them specifically, but that kind of what he would call Looney Tunes. Wow. I mean, listen to this. That's something to interview. That's a tongue bath. He's going up there. He's doing the work for them. He's doing the work for them of market on the market. Yes, Jacob, you know, so you get tapper out there to say all the negative stuff and then Kelly gets to come out and pretend like he's this moderate. It's a great game. It's a great scam. But you got to understand Republicans need to understand this. By the way, I do upload say Ron Johnson over in Wisconsin. You need Wisconsin because these are the states, the same key states. You look at the overlays, Georgia, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, in all of these are states that you need for 24 net. Well, I was going to say, first of all, Jake tapper and the definition of corporate propagandist example a definition is Jake. I mean, that was ridiculous, but he really is the norm. Obviously he's not the exception how most of these corporate propagandists are. They're out there to actually fight for one team, not the other. They're not interested in finding the truth or asking hard questions. They're interested in amplifying a certain narrative for their team. And I think once you start to realize, I don't even want to call them mainstream media anymore, Jack. Their corporate propagandists, when they are seen as such, you understand the game they're playing.

Ron Johnson Arizona Jake Tapper Wisconsin Mark Kelly Donald Trump Biden Senate John Mccain Jacob Kelly New Hampshire Georgia Jake Jack
Jim Domen Details His Journey to Self-Discovery

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

Jim Domen Details His Journey to Self-Discovery

"Back talking to Jim doman V, the book is not a mistake. Parents hope for their gay son. Okay, so your 28 your boyfriend throws you out your sleeping on a floor and you give your life to God. And having no clue, by the way, what God's going to do. So what does God do? Well, one of my guests is evangelism, the next thing I know I find myself at Denny's and I'm telling the black manager who probably thought I was crazy, God just did this miracle. I had no money and there was $5 laying on the street and so this kind of you had no money for food. Yeah, I had no money for you. You had literally no money on credit cards. It was designed a $5 bill next to your car and enables you to have a big breakfast. And so you're excited. Because, I mean, I wrote a book about miracles. God does these kinds of little miracles sometimes just to let us know that is really with us. So he did that for you to say, hey, by the way, I'm tracking with you. I'm with you. I'm with you. Stay tuned. So what happens next? I am still gay. This war raging for my soul. I'm a homosexual. You know, all this kind of stuff and I called those two Christian friends and said, you're not going to believe what happened. I've moved out. And I'm literally telling them you better start praying for me. And my mind was like my mind with as soon as I get right back on my feet, I'm going right back into homosexuality and then there is the other part of me that was, wow, God's doing something here. And there was this literally this battle for my soul. And my parents said, why don't you come home and live with us? Eric, I've been to like 40 countries. I've traveled the world. I had my own home, my own business. I'm going to go put back home with mommy and daddy. Are you kidding me? But that was what I needed. The lord knew that that I could heal and restore the relationship between my father and I. Now

Jim Doman Denny Eric
Tiffany Cross: We Have to Prepare for Actual Violence, Civil War

Mark Levin

01:28 min | Last month

Tiffany Cross: We Have to Prepare for Actual Violence, Civil War

"I want you to listen to Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday She is a low IQ reprobate she has a platform given to her by Comcast For every week she gets on television and spews her hate in her poison In my view promotes violence As do most of the yent is on the view it's not entertainment Joy Reid another another bigot I want you to listen to this Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday Cut one go I mean you have millions of people tuning into a propaganda network every night And then as if that were not bad enough that's an extremist network itself You have these fringe pop up outlets You know from known to newsmax then you have the social media component That train has left the station There is no let's deal with the rhetoric At this point I do think we have to have serious conversations around preparing for actual violence People keep saying a Civil War is coming I would say a Civil War is here And I don't mean to be hyperbolic We can look at what has happened just in the past week alone since all this has happened We've had two people try to declare war with FBI field offices I don't think at this point we're going to all pack up our bags and go home and seeing kumbaya

Tiffany Cross Joy Reid Msnbc Comcast FBI
The Different Aspects Of Joy - burst 1

Live Behind The Veil

10:37 min | Last month

The Different Aspects Of Joy - burst 1

"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. What is the joy of the lord? How can we see that joy operating in our lives? I'm on your host, and on this podcast, we'll discuss what is at the very foundation of this joy. And how can we walk in this joy in our everyday life? The whole New Testament is about joy. Yeah. When Christ was born, and the angel said, I bring you good news of great joy. Even when Christ was crucified, it was for the joy set before him. What is joy? Is it a joy that just comes because we want to be happy? The joy is a fruit of the spirit. Unless you have a relationship with the lord, you don't know real true joy. Thinking about the apostles, Paul and Silas were imprisoned. They were beaten badly because of talking about Christ, and yet they sang with joy. They worshiped the lord. That's joy. If you have the joy of the lord, that's when you have the strength. The word joy is used almost 200 times in a New Testament. But we're told repeatedly to be joyful to be filled with joy and the display our joy. I would have a question about this, whether the divine joy is initiated by your will, not by your emotions, or circumstances, or feelings, because if you look at what we just talked about, the two disciples being in prison, they sure didn't have joy by their feelings or their circumstances, so there was something else that that came from that joy didn't come or initiate because of where they were at or what they were going through, but it initiated, I think, through their will. Yes. What you're saying were on is very important. Joy is generated by a relationship. Right, exactly. Because it's a gift of the Holy Spirit, it initiated by where you are in relationship to your father. To your savior, the time that you spend, waiting on the lord, the time that you spend in prayer, my favorite, the prayer of listening. That relationship develops and grows the outcome is his gifts, joy, I think, is one of the primary gifts of the Holy Spirit. As we do, the will of God and there's that word will, Ron. Just setting your will to do the will of God brings joy. Right. Right. Doesn't kindness become easier. If you have joy in your heart, I think there's different aspects to joy. When you have the honest fruit of the spirit, there is nothing that can affect you. Right. Because you're focused and your will is so set on the father and what he wants. It's his ability to go through it. And that's the whole point. We take his on. It's like a jacket you put it on. But it grows. You become a Christian, you don't necessarily all of a sudden have all joy. But when you start going through things when God starts to scourge you and discipline you. Right. Then you learn the joy because he scourging out of us, those things that would keep us out of his presence. That's very true. Because on a human level, we are not going to rejoice always. You're just not. We can't. No. By God's grace and by God's dealings, he can deal out of you the things that would keep you from walking in that scripture rejoice always. This isn't a human thing that you're going to work up to. No. It's God, the author, and the finisher of our faith. If you want the joy of the lord, a house the lord to give it to you. And you will. Absolutely. Don't be surprised. If you start going through things and have your joy tested, are you still going to rejoice in the presence of the lord? Or are you going to give in, you know, to the circumstances? The lord will give you the strength. The joy of the lord is your strength. This is out of Ezra, and this is an interesting story here. And the sons of Israel who returned from exile and all those who had separated themselves from the impurity of the nations of the land to join them to seek the lord God of Israel ate the Passover. And they observe the feast of unleavened bread 7 days with joy. For the lord had caused them to rejoice. And this is Ezra 6 21 through 23. Notice here that it says and the lord had caused them to rejoice, we go through so much chase things and so many different things that I think that as we go through these things, the lord in parts that ability to rejoice into us. He gives it to us. As we grow in our walk with the lord. Right. Right. Right? Without, well, there's no joy. There is really no Holy Spirit gifts without that love that precedes it all. That's true. And because the drive of our hearts boils down to it's all about him. Because he is the author and perfector of what we believe. There is a joy that he loves me enough to turn his attention to help me. In his love he helps us. We can't muster it up. We can't make it work. I can't imagine Paul and Silas sitting in that prison cell or prior to being beaten and been Paul saying, hey Silas, be joyful. How? How do we do it? It's in that relationship. You're talking about with the lord. Right. That's a really good point, Alan because I hear and Christianity, what would Christ do? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Okay, so here's Paul and Silas they're in prison. Paul turns to silence and goes, what would Christ do? No. I don't think so. If it wasn't already imparted to their spirit, if it didn't come out of their hearts because of a relationship they have with the father, no way. Are they rejoicing in that? God gives you joy. To command you. Okay, now what are you going to do with it? Are you going to invest it? Are you going to spread the joy? Are you going to give it to somebody else? Are you going to be a cause going into a situation? Are you going to be a cause of that situation? Turning to joy? There are so many ways that joy can be conveyed. I don't go into a group and say, okay, you guys, you got to be joyful because I say so. You've got a gift. And you're led of the Holy Spirit to open the door for you. Alan and I have the favorite thing of doing. I go to Walmart. I want those most other places because I got Walmart covered. But we look. We look for little kids. You've got because you can get their attention you can smile and you can get so much joy out there out of that you give it back. Yes, it is. And then that opens the door to you talk to mom and dad and pretty soon their family, you know, they're walking away everybody's smiling, dad's rubbing the head of the kid. You change to the whole atmosphere. Yeah, I like that John ten ten. He said, I came that they might have life and might have it abundantly. In his presence is fullness of joy. Let us strive to be in his presence continually. And let his joy exude from us to those around us. 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.

Scripture Word Family Christian Love GOD Silas Paul RON Israel Alan Walmart John
Some of Your Limiting Beliefs Need to Be Challenged

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:48 sec | Last month

Some of Your Limiting Beliefs Need to Be Challenged

"Something I tell people is that you must be open. You must be open to learning and understanding that some of your limiting beliefs need to be challenged. I know that was certainly the case for me at times you have these beliefs sale and there's no way that could be true. There's no way that could be true. Is that a creation of your own comfort or do you really have a willingness to learn and to challenge and to explore truth, truth can be very discomforting at times. It can be very uneasy at the beginning. Eventually truth is liberating it. It's freeing that brings you joy, but I know a lot of people that would much rather live in the misery of their own discomfort, their own lies that are created by discomfort. They say, I don't know if I want to hear that. They just kind of tune out.

"i. tunes" Discussed on Innovation Now

Innovation Now

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Innovation Now

"From song selected for the golden record on the Voyager spacecraft to favorite pre launch songs, music is a NASA tradition. This is innovation now, bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies, and the people behind the concepts that shape the future. Space travel can be very disorienting for astronauts. Men and women who live on the International Space Station, for example, see 16 sunrises and sunsets. Each 24 hours they are in space. So early in the 1960s, NASA began a musical ritual to help orient the astronauts as they began their daily schedule. The Capcom or capsule communicator on duty would select and play a song each morning as a kind of wake-up call. The songs helped build a sense of camaraderie among the astronauts in space and ground support teams. From ghost riders in the sky to burning love by Elvis Presley, the collection of songs is as diverse as the people playing them. Occasionally still practiced with astronauts on station, the daily tradition was grounded, with the last shuttle flight. But as Artemis astronauts prepare for their missions, a new generation may wake up to music that is as much a part of their nature as their drive to explore. For innovation now, I'm Jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace. Through collaboration with NASA and its distributed by WHR V

NASA International Space Station Capcom Elvis Presley Artemis Jennifer pulley National Institute of aerospac
"i. tunes" Discussed on Swifty Dialogues

Swifty Dialogues

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Swifty Dialogues

"<Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> hasd listeners <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> is rob here <Speech_Music_Male> actually. Reo <Speech_Music_Male> is <Speech_Music_Male> out sick this <Speech_Music_Male> week. He's got <Speech_Music_Male> rubella wait. <Speech_Music_Male> No <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> that can't be right <Speech_Music_Male> and anyway <Speech_Male> you want me <Speech_Male> to tell you to <Speech_Male> Subscriber youtube <Speech_Music_Male> channel. <Speech_Music_Male> Al-shams social media <Speech_Music_Male> if you want <Speech_Music_Male> to learn more about as to <Speech_Music_Male> can visit our website. <Speech_Music_Male> It'd be dot com. <Speech_Music_Male> Or contact <Speech_Music_Male> us at info <Speech_Music_Male> at swifty. Dialogues <Speech_Music_Male> dot com. <Speech_Music_Male> Now <Speech_Music_Male> i've got you here for <Speech_Music_Male> a moment. I just want <Speech_Music_Male> to talk about some of the <Speech_Music_Male> music heard on today's <Speech_Music_Male> episode. <Speech_Music_Male> You know yes. <Speech_Music_Male> I did write <Speech_Music_Male> that. But i was <Speech_Music_Male> robbed the character <Speech_Music_Male> when <Speech_Music_Male> i was writing that you <Speech_Music_Male> know so. <Speech_Music_Male> They were <Speech_Music_Male> Britain <Speech_Music_Male> bad on purpose. <Speech_Music_Male> It was all <Speech_Music_Male> just big part <Speech_Music_Male> of a practical <Speech_Music_Male> joke on. <Speech_Music_Male> Send <Speech_Music_Male> us so. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> I don't want to get the wrong <Speech_Music_Male> idea. Though i write <Speech_Music_Male> other music to <Speech_Music_Male> and impact. <Speech_Music_Male> I want you to hear something. <Speech_Music_Male> That's really <Speech_Music_Male> the true me. <Speech_Music_Male> The true rob <Speech_Music_Male> and hard <Speech_Music_Male> So without <Speech_Music_Male> further do you <Speech_Music_Male> hear is <Speech_Music_Male> the epa thome <Speech_Music_Male> if you <Speech_Music_Male> will of <SpeakerChange> today's episode <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Music> <Advertisement> all right <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> cowboy <Speech_Music_Male> boots <Speech_Music_Male> jeans <Speech_Music_Male> playing watch shirts <Speech_Music_Male> with goodall. Sleep <Speech_Music_Male> drive a pickup <Speech_Music_Male> truck with the tractor. <Speech_Music_Male> Trailer got more <Speech_Music_Male> tattoos and <Speech_Music_Male> a navy. Sailor <Speech_Music_Male> grow corn and beans <Speech_Music_Male> and stocks <Speech_Music_Male> greens. And anything <Speech_Music_Male> you can think it <Speech_Music_Male> in between. I'm <Speech_Music_Male> a country boy. <Speech_Music_Male> Cream of the crop <Speech_Music_Male>

"i. tunes" Discussed on Swifty Dialogues

Swifty Dialogues

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Swifty Dialogues

"So speaking about breakup and all that After hearing that. I of yours something i was thinking about while i was in. The restroom was Your ex now. Not that Just being the third wheel when a couple is finding in front of you especially if that couple like breaks up and you're just sort of sitting there like awkwardly trying to find something else to do other than pay attention to what they're doing so that's one of those things. It just sucks is something you've done before you've been. Well i mean. I didn't like orchestrate the damn you know i just happened to be there now. I think i know what you're talking about if you see someone. I don't know yet like verbally abused. What's going on behind the scenes you now. Do you wanna intervene. If there was a way to report it without actually reporting it well. I wouldn't go as far as saying abuse your. We're just talking breakup. Right did just totally talking about breakups. I thought you said in public. I was like what are they. I mean being around someone who's being abused as also awkward. But i feel like there's aid the lease i kid say impact on the situation but I haven't ever been around someone while they're actually breaking up. I've been around people who i wish they would break up plenty of times though There's one party that comes to mind with this couple. That was there. I don't know if they had a fight or if you're the guy was just ignoring her all night but the girl just decided she was super drunk she was gonna walk home and we were like at a house nowhere near her home and so she just like vanished and then there was a search party that went out to go finder day. We were all like What why would you do. And then scooby and the gang shows up like so. We need to go find his girlfriend. Save the relationship. It turns out the walking girlfriend. Never actually existed. It was all man jenkins again. Gotten away with that to you. Meddling kids let's talk about the darker implications of this though. This guy was in a relationship with this girl who is a really all men jenkins and he presumably did not know this entire only anal a whole time. He thought it was the he's like. I'm so happy with her. What i would change anything. Yeah like Hey bro notre suspect but it seems like your girlfriend is wearing a skin suit yet. What do you mean is just her natural beauty sometimes. She calls her grandkids on the cellphone. I don't ask never seen her smoke a day in her life but she also has a fucking old man smoker call like general grievous and star wars. Three kademi exclusive yup. Yeah i think will really What what why. This i came to mind is because I was remembering this time with this couple that they were always fight around me. They broke up but the constant fighting. Like i remember like they will. They will fight in the car. And then sir trapped there and i had nowhere to go you pretty much and there were times where i just wanted to like. Open the door role and just hope for the best. Were these your parents no. I don't have parents. Yes it was born in attest to this just goes to show you how we need There's this for particular service So you know how like parents in particular. They may want to chaperone their kids. Dave a little bit on the younger side Maybe we need the adult version of that. Yes yeah like a chaperone for adults or maybe a referee. Yeah like soccer. How they have the red flags. Green flag's yellow flare is to be a referee. Oh yeah like on the belt you need like right on your belt a flag and then you dislike like toss it up people. Yes like a red flag on the play or they have cards. They have cards in soccer. But oh well red card you can still fine. What about football. They have flags and football right. Oh yeah they do. They have the yellow flag. They're they're more like a. They're more like jim saw slow. I mean they're not like nice flags he can wave around on a stick rag been you just rebelling the person yet so like a date a red flag. That's just twirling like gymnastics right. That would be nice and then they would also wave a red flag because you bringing a ribbon would also be a red flag. Well what i'm saying is that like there will be a third person there and i'll be the referee. That's the service that we're offering. Yes and you know We none of us really have the capital to start to servers so Let's volunteer each other like We see a date going on. Let's just interject ourselves in there and be like. Hey you know. We're starting to see service guys. We'll see also by break-up up like me to intervene. Yeah that's based on this conversation. This won't last very much longer exactly but oh we also a trio like and we have our own certain jobs like i could be the referee. I throughout the flags that needed to be thrown me. Probably the line guard who make sure that no balls go out of bounds. And i just pop up. I flag if i see ball out of and make sure they don't go too far. Yeah and if If they're on the verge of breaking up that's when we offer our enhanced services while they're fighting throw in my awkward icebreakers rob kissing his breakup song and send a kids show up to Since incentive yeah in syndicate show up to not report any of the abuse ac- meeting before any of that has to happen. We do need them. All a signed contracts linked to participate in our business. It's her quiet. Yeah then there's also the injury one that you mentioned earlier. Yeah yeah for workers comp case give injured yeah that one yes of course. His is a very dangerous job that we're doing monitoring dates. It's hard work but it's honest work. It's almost like we're playing parenting. Like you know how like parents would go to the movie in sit at a different row never young. my parents weren't weird. Like that. Either fought like i know some parents. My parents didn't give up flock. they were like just. Don't have a baby before twenty Same and on that note.

jenkins soccer football Dave gymnastics jim rob
"i. tunes" Discussed on Swifty Dialogues

Swifty Dialogues

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Swifty Dialogues

"Literally the.

"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Uh skulls. Yeah a lot to personally unpack here to personally unpack and i know we all we both have our own associations when the psalm to and it's always been funny to me. I think it's one of those. That's famous enough that it has a debility to kind of be everywhere but also be associated with everything and i'll say that This music has the song. Particulars always reminded me actually of rocky horror picture. Show was trapped. Yeah trapped into weird castle like structure that you get out of there like up ahead distance. Sasha relight me of there's light over the frankenstein place checkout anytime you like. You've never leave safely. what happened. Read janet standard. You know had nice and stabbed stealing but they just get these. Also you know victim of the movie and that lyrical reference is actually a reference to steal dad in reality but to me. There is every time i heard that saw out of like. Wow maybe this was just as of the seventies trapped in an existential something but the song itself came out in nineteen seventy six rocky. Horror show in london was earlier in the seventies. But record picture show movie came out in seventy seven maybe borrowed from each other statically Here's who knows like. I said a lot of people all ron lot. Drugs in sepsis okay. That's cool though. I never repair little too. So that's really awesome Thanks for that. That's really weird. Says utions that you should let it article office. that's cool. i like that. I'll be perfect for colleen. So yes i'm gonna put you to work okay. I think into researching net. Yeah oh my gosh. Well for me hotel california. Well i'm not gonna talk personal story gonna share. But i wanna talk about some other associations as i've gone through life living song i'll be honest. I don't like the song. Let me just preface it. I understand why it's popular. I get it. I just don't like it okay. So what are the things one of the shows. i outside of music. I really enjoy her and In his as television goes american. Horror story for me was hit or miss as certain seasons but the season with lady gaga. She was like a vamp Empire house that was super cool and it had Hotel california in it. It was in the first episode. Was like this is so perfect. It created a field. That you knew you know craziness is going to happen in any american horror story Show episode and it was really cool and that actual hotel just another side note. Because i'm horror geek in light. Paranormal supernatural all. The dark shit amazon. actually Some of the influence for this particular show is about the seasonal hotel so for those that don't know what the seizable till is it is a very famous old hotel in los angeles that has had a lot of criminal activity and and it was one of a robert who was a night soccer. That was like you know he'd go out and hanging there. You know like you just a couple of nights to go. Does your madness and craziness He he had been spotted coming into this. He's hotel to get a good night's sleep after his crazy work. Yeah so that place is like the enemy of evil. But yeah into the did you. You knew that. I live two blocks away from the seasonal right. No idea because now like nature years ago when i saw you might. Let's go check it out but now accommodate do that. Can we do that. we can. Yeah a couple of friends who wanted to like redonda and i feel became popular with netflix series. For that was just like. Oh here's this place that you avoid because everybody knows it's that shit insane. Yeah and you don't wanna get near it and it's there yeah there's histories avalos history series doesn't even touch. Honestly is too gruesome. Yeah it's pretty pretty crazy but Yes suffice to say chelsea's little watch out. Yes so we're gonna have to go so anyway guy it'd be a good story in atlanta of we go check out the c. But if you watch the netflix documentary on it through so much. Revamping of makeovers by say just makeovers. And so i just wanna see nine trying to hang out but day ethnic. I like like dark shit but the real deal. Only to be around that it's renewal. I like fantasies data kidding anyway. Back to back to the eagles so You know just as a more fan again as a horror fan as music man. I thought that that song was so perfect for for that particular show also just want to mention ironically. I don't like that.

janet standard ron lot Sasha sepsis california colleen lady gaga london netflix amazon soccer los angeles robert chelsea atlanta eagles
"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"You know. I like bullshit. I love me some bullshit. I haven't had a you. Who is so low. Because i don't really drink anymore. I used to drink you. Who like i'm a. I'm a traditionalist when it comes to use of But anyway it's been like wow. We started off in courtney's living room living leaning into the my like we were beatles. It was very that we found a studio in bed. Stuy listener hearts but that was kind of in workout gear for an an christoph panda studio. We've had you know that you know. Maybe you heard about it this. It happened and it's an hour with pantheon which is just really happy about that and sixty years old. I mean well. we're sixty years ago. We have killed each other yet because we only each other once every two year. That's one of the no you guys here getting. You know what it is. You know we caught up. You guys have rocked. Are crazy opinions. You give all kinds of feedback you you love the show saint in value your intelligence. That wouldn't even bother to fight with you because i would just got faulk Value urine teller. I wouldn't take suggestions book pizza and how to roller joint properly when electricity is low because there is a storm outside. Just couldn't okay. Here's my here's my goal and then we'll sign up. Here's my goal. I'm trying to figure out a way. I can buy chiro in the subway that having to pay the subway fare. Can they just have a separate hippie. Put them closer to the entrance. This is next mayor. Eric and one of the people here sells about side to help you. Now you don't have to really go into had the lady who's downstairs at one forty fifth because know it's your rose are all right. Yeah they ran this neighbor. Too damn gentleman loves fuck insurer. I love warm. And if you had the ones where they have like the brown sugar and cinnamon on there like an old fashioned with that all right well. You know what the deal is really on. You know what i'm saying and actually ate breakfast. And i had my water mom You know the deal. Follow us on all of our shit like come to facebook all the time On a let you finish all one word twitter. Finish on instagram. Let you finish him. Why you're listening to us so you kind of know where listen to us are and hopefully a checkout pantheon podcast network in going to see some fellow shows this over seventy music shows there any kind of music you like there's a show for tons of scripted shows. Lots of information everything for you so We'll see you next week and next week while a little vacation will see at the labor day. And it's been real kids y'all..

courtney chiro Eric facebook twitter
"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"But that's only because of you. Weird boy crushes. Why's he wear weirdo. Gang just like you. Also have the Pete davidson and i think he's i do not have a crush on davidson. Have across never did old enough to. I like pete davidson. I think davidson is an interesting cool kind of i. Don't find physically attractive in the least. But i like him. I like the idea of pete davidson problem. But yeah i like just such gay boy with a you know. Who do you find how electric just pick you know. Maybe i don't know who. Oh yeah but those guys are like whatever. They're not interesting future. But i used to have incredibly good looking boy. Brands like weird looking price. No no void. Prints were women. Have cassie rare. Look look back in phuket like Shrunk now i will say this and then we can talk about this like kinda like member. Women women value things that men don't value in a in a partner. You go a long time with the woman by paying attention and laughing and being kind of cool in creative whereas men will go When you obviously. I like to own your pocket. Look great late but you know like you know when you wear. Nightstop accents brushed. You don't like it with your message. Your breasts look nice to not now. Not when they say your kids to hate. Can we just give it up to that flight attendant this week who duct tape demand to the seat. Because he said he said i he was touching he touching my co workers breast and everything. I'm like man you can't do that. He said where he made the mistake was and he reshuffling he touched by titties. I don't fucking play that shit referred to their own statements saying the best being on planet. He said when he was like where he made the to where he fucked up was at seventy test about city that i don't play friendly skies with that spirit of frontier. What is happening with spirit airlines. And he's but it seems to be on every ally people are getting on planes acting like fucking barbarians look like now. What is more time because people are assholes. I have never gotten an airport. I'm just like why are you fighting in the airport. Why you fighting on a play told that it's okay behavior and they're all doing it for the graham. Everybody's doing it for grand. I speaking of doing it for the graham sixty years old today. Sixty league only one of us on this show has experienced in real life but a no of getting close to it. Well club so wow it started with it. Started with dollar injury And young kids. Two young kids making their way in the big city and a strawberry. You who.

pete davidson Pete davidson davidson Brands graham
"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Wreath martin under almost like a cliche. It's become like a point where they get wet. Get someone who looks really julie and put him on. It's like come you know. It's like the interesting thing that i find. The reason like i played a twitch. Dj read the set the ability to our set. All my favorite tracks. Because i think What frustrates me about aretha franklin as everybody talks about the same song she had such a wide catalog near year stretches where they just ignore even going back. Go but i played up from the columbia years at placed up from the second half of the atlantic years. And there's a bunch of stuff on our the people just don't talk about. It's always the same respect. Natural woman there every i love you but she had a lot of hits down. Just forget about. Don't ever go back to you. Know she hits what i mean. I will say that freeway of love is not a respect. It's just fun throwaway. We gotta get her on. Mtv's on it is. It's she sounds great. Whatever but i mean you were gonna let us not but but it was really important and it sold a gazillion chilean records. Any brought her back yet. Wrote it brought her back worldwide. You know so in that. Respect it it. It has a really strong place because it brought back to a relevancy you know after kind of like struggling to find engy had a couple of like jump to it jumped to it definitely was seen as a big comeback. Because i was a first gold album in years. Been get it right a follow up. Get it right. Song went to number one rb but wasn't a pop hit and then you know i put her. That was the to luther luther. Marcus miller albums. Then she got what michael naroda walled in boom. Here comes the big worldwide. Pop i i am not discounting it. I'm just saying as far as musicality when you think invent. She could sing the phone book seeing that there are certain artists who could sing the phone but the thing is that i think he had. She started with those records. It's would have been a whole different story because they there are great songs on it. But when you compare working it's yeah it's a different stylistic thing going through the albums were hits in. Finding the james like la. Diva is a terrible album in some respects. It's the last album on. Atlantic bam mccoy produced it and then died like a week later and you know aretha trying to discuss owns but she has a song on their behalf. Love which is amid temple. It is amazing. Is she singing besa jazz. Another song temple called reasons why it's so good. And she sounds great on it and boca lee. She is giving you all of the aretha history. Onyx that you want on a record..

Wreath martin engy aretha franklin luther luther julie michael naroda atlantic columbia Mtv Marcus miller Atlantic bam mccoy Diva aretha la boca lee
"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And listen. This is not needed new guys. Because it's all generational right but listen to the quality of what they're saying how they're rhyme and how quickly they just comes off distinctive eilly rhino. Julia is a lot of these guys. I feel like a bunch of sound like the same person to me because they're all doing the same style like who's doing something different. Yeah so it's a great. It was. I i watched like i said about fifteen minutes because ancient i'm old and the i honestly really watch it because so i could have communication with the kids but it was great so it was a great great night and yay for all year old people. Do you wanna speaking old people take it misery. No midst are low. So the legend the icon the real icon because everybody fissile overused words. I heard somebody listen. I love cardi b. She thought they were like rap. Cardi b. zig. None of them. She's had one out don't even put like. Why are you taking her pigging making her nikon as you take it hurts and such a by jason even had the middle of her career. She's still at the beginning like aretha franklin. So there's a movie coming out. But i don't wanna see because i do not like any of the vocals guess right. I think that you're not the only one. I think if something can bring all together. Non trump one trump. In when i think we as a nation are united in our overall lack of interest in this movie which is crazy right because she's aretha franklin and i love retha frankel. I mean i grew. I love respect and i do not want to see this movie because every time i see I'm annoyed by what i see it. Everybody's account she just great. I'm like no. She didn't because everything i've seen. I would be billing something at the screen and i don't jennifer hudson's voices not for me. Aretha has a very distinct voice. It's almost like i wish. They had us like like they do like they did. In queen film use a ribas real goals in had her lips thinking to solve so but hate me revisit. One of my favorite. Read the rooms which it was one of her not hit albums it was nineteen seventy seven sweet passion and it's an album produced by Dozer and it's to me yes. Aretha had that period. The last half a period at atlantic where she was not having really hits anymore especially sparkle Brought her back. After a couple of albums weren't successful they'd have to sparkle the next three albums. Were not a hit. And then she left in started tenured arista but this album had one number one song Number of breaks in gently which was written by marvin. Hamlet in carol bayer sager.

cardi b Cardi b aretha franklin retha frankel Julia Aretha jason jennifer hudson Dozer atlantic arista marvin sager
"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

"Took. Think. Panel. took..

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

"The space between the singles on our favorite records. And this is our our next look John Hughes and his tens. The tunes that he put on his iconic eighties films Q.. And I mean if you couldn't tell by the song played us in there. We're talking about weird science today. which weird's everybody. Instantly. That's what you hear in your head right everybody. Here's the Ongo Bongo Song. When when the two words weird science or set together instantly now I, feel like we should know this but I didn't look into it at all. Did they write that Song for the movie? Sure does sound like something that we should now surely they did right? Yeah. Yes, it is. Yes It is the theme song. Well. That doesn't really tell me if. On Q.. Yes listen to this era go. Do we're learning stuff on. Or pull this out of are a little bit sometimes you know. Sometimes. We do a lot of preparation. For an episode, sometimes, we just show up turn on the mics and. Start chatting and this is one of those moments although obviously, we both watched the film before before the episode. All right. At least we did something we did. We did and we'll get into that. Listen to this year. The song was written spontaneously by Healthman as Danny. Elton you didn't know that. In the car while driving home to Los Angeles after a phone call from John, who's Asking him to write a song for the movie of the same name. Imagine him. What's going to be cold John Weird, science okay and he's just driving home we. You know what? I mean just like having a blast with that name from Houghton problem. I can see now but yeah, that's kind of cool. So. We're talking about weird science. Weird. So Was this. So this was John. Hughes Second Film Right now breakfast club came out. since then. We skipped over breakfast. It was okay. It was sixteen candles breakfast club weird science anyway. So yacky before we get into this movie and all the shenanigans that went down just like last week with sixteen candles there are plenty of Shannon's to be had in this film even more. So I would say that the Shannon's get wackier. Well, let's say man they they hit on a lot of those tropes again. Yes but I mean at least with this film, you get to have a little bit of. Science Fiction Fund you know. Oh and they had a blast with it. Man There's some things happened in this film. Oh. My God absurd but anyway. I know that you're feeling the same ray random about this podcast. I'm feeling I'm I'm floating around it. Had Been Floating around my house all day. And I needed I needed this. After the debate last night. I can't tell you did I mean I'm exhausted? I was down in the dumps. Because of the shit show that we were forced to watch as a country last night netted Yeah and then we got we got a tweet at mention from somebody on twitter. It was a listener. Tim Mention. To mention is he's a comedian You'd hate him because he's a he's a musical comedian. So he's he's one of those guys don't know. So Yeah I. Don't know her. I don't know if this is a real name but. GOING GONNA call our G. Because that's what her display name is our g she she recommended our podcast queue and response to somebody asking for podcast recommendations. We got a little mentioned from her which was beautiful dude I can't tell you. The language that she used touched my saw my my my cheeks have never been rozier as far as. blushing. She said Q. that we are her favourite album review podcast just so damn good. Pam. Thank you are G that is something I I mean hey, I, love to hear it. You know it keeps me gone. Keeps me going. Keeps keeps the spark alive That is the that is the kind of. The kind of motivation the the the that we need to keep this thing afloat. So thank you are G for listening and I also want to thank her because her mention of us and the people that read that and are now following s that bumped us over to one hundred followers. On the tweet only have one hundred dollars how long they took long joined. Here we go. This is sad. We've been on twitter since December of two thousand, seventeen abacus almost three years to get one hundred dollars. How long do you think it took? Really that active until it's very true and it's all we until we joined Pantheon Pods Pantheon. Pay Their podcast talk but YEP anyway. So thank you for that Yes. Thank you so much. We really appreciate it. Those out there who want to follow us on twitter. It's at no filler podcast. we're not we're not very active but if more people communicate with on their, you know I'd be more active on their. Totally and you know what we are. In the works. Trying to. Be. Better. About. About the tweet. We're trying to get better. So anyway Thank you again and let's just keep on rolling here. Q. Let's keep a gun by keep economy. Let's start. because. What a what a weird. Film he said I did. It was different like it it it. It didn't feel like a John Hughesville. No, and I think that was probably intentional on his part two kinda mix it up a little bit and do something I mean it was still it was still a film.

John twitter Tim Mention John Hughes John Weird Pam Shannon Science Fiction Fund Pantheon Pods Pantheon John Hughesville Elton Los Angeles Healthman Danny
"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

"WHO's in their vote amount Of Water election days. Now. Biggest Swain here from deeper digs and rocker archaeology, John Are you registered to vote. I know I am. Headcount is a nonpartisan organization that works with the music and entertainment industry to get fans to vote. Top date or check your voter registration status go to headcount dot org or you'll find all the information you need to be ready for election day. At headcount dot org you can also check your registration status because I don't know if you know this, but millions of people get purged from the voter rolls every year. Everyone should check their registration status every year. The deadline.

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

"Name is travis <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> take care. <Speech_Music_Female> <Music> So much. <Music> <Advertisement> Damn. <Music> <Music> <Advertisement> Say. <Music> <Advertisement> Remain. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> GO-TO. <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Male> Won't you tell me? <Music> <Music> Very <Music> Geno. <Music> <Music> <Music> Mutt <Music> is we come <Speech_Music_Male> allowed. <Music> <Music> The to shine. <Music> <Music> Be. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Silence> <Advertisement> <Silence> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Everybody I'm Mike. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> I'm Jessie <Speech_Male> I'm Erin. <Speech_Male> Altogether we <Speech_Music_Male> are <SpeakerChange> the punk tree. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> On <Speech_Male> this show we're GONNA share <Speech_Male> music that we love. <Speech_Male> WE'RE GONNA discuss how <Speech_Male> punk rock has evolved <Speech_Male> in different <Speech_Male> sub genres have developed. <Speech_Male> We're <Speech_Male> GONNA talk to bands <Speech_Male> that have been influential <Speech_Male> in shaping the <Speech_Music_Male> music industry <SpeakerChange> and <Music> our lives. <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Sometimes, <Speech_Male> challenge each other to dig <Speech_Male> into bands and sub genres <Speech_Music_Male> that we may not be <Speech_Male> into on our own. <Speech_Male> We're a proud partner <Speech_Male> of the Pantheon podcast <Speech_Male> network and you could <Speech_Male> find us across all <Speech_Male> platforms and on social <Speech_Male> media at the Punk <Speech_Male> Trie. <Speech_Male> We

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

"Maybe. Search. My mind. come across the reason why your? Maybe five. And if I tried to reconcile. Know. How This. And Several You. Know. So. Say. Dry. Run..

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

"Non does man. WHO Concern. called. War..

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

"I. She. Donald. Show. killed..

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"i. tunes" Discussed on Pantheon

"Doesn't. Don't carry me. Miss..