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Carr-Adams connection rallies Raiders past Chargers 27-20
"Derek Carr and Davante Adams hooked up for a pair of third quarter touchdowns in the Raiders third straight win. 27 20 versus the Chargers. Carr hit Adams for a 31 yard score that put Vegas ahead for good. Then connected on a 45 yard flea flicker, less than four minutes later. Adams finished with 8 receptions for 177 yards. Surpassing 1000 yards for the fourth time since 2018. Josh Jacobs rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown. Justin Herbert was sacked 5 times as the Chargers fell to 6 and 6, just outside the playoff picture. I'm Dave fairy.
Texas Rangers sign Jacob deGrom to $185 million, 5-year deal
"Jacob de Grom is taking his game to the American League, accepting a multiyear deal with the rangers. Two people tell The Associated Press, the deal is worth $185 million over 5 years, with a one year option worth another 37 million. Degrom had spent his entire career with the mets, winning two Cy Young awards, but he's pitched only 224 innings over the last three years due to injuries in the pandemic short in 2020 campaign. De Grom broke in with a 2014 mets in his 82 and 57 with a 2.52 ERA averaging 11.8 strikeouts per 9 innings. I'm Dave ferry.
Josh Jacobs' dramatic 86-yard OT run caps wild win for the Raiders over the Seahawks
"A touchdown password Green Bay before leaving the game with a rib injury in the third quarter. Michael Luang go Philadelphia. In Seattle, a breakout game for a raiders running back with an overtime exclamation point. Jim Bernard was there. Josh Jacobs rushed for a franchise record 229 yards and two touchdowns including an 86 yard run for the wind scoring overtime as the Las Vegas Raiders beat the Seattle Seahawks 40 to 34. Jacobs also had 74 receiving yards to give him 303 yards from scrimmage for the game. Coach Josh McDaniels says Jacobs does what it takes to win. I think toughness,
A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent
"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 8 versus 5 through 11. When Jesus went into capernaum, a centurion came up and pleaded with him. Sir, he said, my servant is lying at home paralyzed and in great pain. I will come myself in cure him, said Jesus. A centurion replied. Sir, I am not worthy to have you under my roof. Just give the word in my servant will be cured. For I am under authority myself and have soldiers under me, and I say to one man, go, and he goes to another, come here, and he comes. To my servant, do this, and he does it. When Jesus heard this he was astonished and said to those following him, I tell you solemnly, nowhere in Israel have I found faith like this, and I tell you that many will come from east and west to take their places with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob at the feast in the Kingdom of Heaven. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?
Jacobs caps huge day with TD in OT, Raiders beat Seahawks
"Josh Jacobs rushed for a franchise record 229 yards and two touchdowns including an 86 yard run for the wind scoring overtime as the Las Vegas Raiders beat the Seattle Seahawks 40 to 34. Jacobs also had 74 receiving yards to give him 303 yards from scrimmage for the game. Coach Josh McDaniels says Jacob's does what it takes to win. I think toughness, he's a football player. I mean, that's probably the greatest compliment I could give him and, you know, he comes up big David Carr pass for 295 yards and three touchdowns as the Raiders won their second straight overtime contest. Jim Bernard, Seattle.
President Donald Trump Is Back on Twitter
"But I found this interesting Jim found this Apparently it's not really one of Jim's dark web things but he was kind of fishing around and some shady website like he's always doing He was doing it at the Cabana and there were people I was like dude dude we can't do that here This is only work related stuff I don't even know in the hotel Wi-Fi but apparently Donald Trump gave some statement about coming back to Twitter I hadn't heard It's pretty funny and very trumpy and so Jim if you play that check this out Okay it's good to be back Let's see what we're going to do first to eat at speaker Pelosi You're fired PS tell Paul He doesn't look good in his underwear We saw the body cam it's horrible thing We don't want to get suspended off the bat at Rosie O'Donnell You're still a disgusting animal both inside and out It's true Now let's not waste a good one at said Warren I am more Indian than you Hashtag Pocahontas no wait no wait I got it I get it I'm back I had not heard this statement It did not get picked up Fact check ours Fact checkers we're kidding Bill dean McCarthy stop wedding your diaper Hold it in buddy Hold it in What's is it Jacob Reyes calm down yakub calm down That's a joke That is non fact Donald Trump Even though the voice is made that is our friend Sean farris That is on his Twitter account He is by far the single best Trump voice imitator I've ever heard
Reaching the Middle East Through Armenia With Missionary Jacob Pursely
"My name is Jacob personally, I'm from northwest Arkansas. And but that's not the extent of your ministry or your work. You spend a lot of time in a far off distant land that people need to learn more about Armenia. That's true. Yeah, I spent 15 years in turkey, and then I've been the last 5 years in the country of Armenia. What work do you do there? So in Armenia, our main job is my main work is to mobilize. It's very similar to you, I mobilize people, young people, and the church is there to love their neighbors as Jesus taught us to. We need to love our neighbors as ourselves. And one of the ways we can do that is by taking Christian faith to Muslims. So it's really a lot of missions work, so I mobilize. I speak in front of audiences, and then we equip them, mobilize them, I'm a dean of a university for doing this type of work. And then we send them to the surrounding Muslim nations so that they can declare the gospel and plant new churches.
Missionary Jacob Pursley Unpacks the Armenian Genocide
"Tell us about the Armenian Genocide. So in 1894, there was a massacre of around 200,000 Armenians, and this was done by sultan Hamid the second. And he basically the Christians living in the Ottoman Empire at that time were under this thing called Demi status under Demi too and they had different laws they had to adhere to as second class citizens. So if any Armenian would transgress their law, they were collectively punished by the Ottoman government. Not individually. Collective punishment. Because let's say, for example, it was illegal to share the gospel with a Muslim or if you had a church and the cross kind of fell. If you wanted to put the cross back up, that was illegal. You had to go through all of these. There's a whole list of laws, a Dimitri laws. And they were not allowed to own weapons to defend themselves. Their testimony was worth half a Muslim, so they had a lot of oppression. And there was an incident happened in an area of turkey where the Ottomans saying we're just going to massacre these people. And they did that started in 1894 to 1896. Systemic planned. Yes, murder. Right. And then there's this group that you have heard of called the Young Turks that come along. I've heard about, I don't know if you know this in America. Oh yeah. But there's a media organization called the Young Turks. Oh yeah, when I got along very well. I was shocked, Kirk. I was like, that's like calling your organization the Nazi. You hurt their youth. We're not. It's that bad. Oh, it is that bad.
Jacob Pursley Talks Armenia, The Oldest Christian Nation in the World
"Let's start with the country of Armenia, which I find to be a really important thing that most Americans don't know about. All this Christian country in the world. Yes. I grew up with a bunch of Armenians. I love them. They're great people. They're also incredibly talented business people, great family people. They're a wonderful addition to the American project. Oh, absolutely. Some of the most generous, some of the most philanthropic, some of the most creative people have come from Armenia, but most people don't know about this history of Armenia and especially the Armenian Genocide, which really doesn't get the coverage in the history books that it deserves. You know, it's really sad. I went to I went to four different schools, four different seminaries for my education. We maybe covered the Armenian church at one paragraph. But as you said, it was the very first declared Christian nation and 301 AD. And that's a big deal. And if you're learning church history, that's something that we should have focused on, but we did not. And they've retained their Christian identity since that time, even with Ottoman or Islamic suppression and the Soviet suppression. They maintained their Christian roots and the values, as you said, they're very similar to Americans because of the shared faith that we have. They have a lot of shared values, so it's true.
New Lesbian Rebel Wilson Is in Love but NOT Engaged
"You know, for a day, let's say for a day or so, it was thought that America's newest lesbian Rebel Wilson and rebel from pitch perfect, she's the newest lesbian. It was believed that she was engaged to her girlfriend Ramona, a groomer. They made a 7 months and people assumed the question was asked and, you know, they got engaged. Because they were making out in a corner and telling everyone how excited they are to be engaged. That's what they said as a constant meanness tequila Halloween costume party. You know, George Clooney's tequila? The party Heathrow is on Halloween that he never attends because he's got a life now in children and they will both sporting diamonds on their ring fingers and people said the question was popped a couple of weeks ago. Let me ask you something. Why would two lesbians wear rings on their ring finger to show their engaged? And then only come out to say, no, no, no, we're not. Except to say they just want God damn it tension. You know, rebel was she loves a joke. She turns everything into a joke. She said, well, I was doing a thing called hot girl summer. I heard about it in rap songs and I was like, that sounds fun. But it really wasn't me a little bit more of a conservative girl normally. The date a few people over the summer and I had a really nice time and apparently single and looking for the right person. That's what she said over the summer. And now in love, she was and all those talk shows when she was dating a Budweiser air and naps dairy free ice cream founder Jacob bush, but they split in February of 2021 after about a year together, he must feel like a real asshole now. How does it feel for your woman to leave you for a girl? And one hand, it's gotta hurt and suck but on the other hand, it's like, they might fault. She doesn't like dick. I mean, that's just like, don't blame me. Obviously, it's something wrong with her.
Lindholm's OT goal lifts Bruins over Penguins
"Hampus lindholm scored over three minutes into overtime as the Boston Bruins rallied to beat the penguins 6 to 5 Lindholm's goal capped a Boston comeback from down 5 two around the midway point of the game This is one of those nice one pucks kind of started going in and obviously we can clean up some stuff you don't want to be down 5 two to a team like Pittsburgh but it shows a lot of character to when we come back Charlie Coyle Jacob loca Brad Marshawn Pavel zaka and Taylor hall scored for the bruins Now 9 and one Sidney Crosby and evgeni malkin both scored for Pittsburgh losers of 5 straight Josh Valtteri Pittsburgh
Dan Bongino Supports Legalizing Psychedelic Mushrooms in Colorado
"At patriotic Hispanic what's your view on the possibility of Colorado legalizing psychedelic mushrooms Man I love it I love the idea I'm running out of time and I want to get to your calls the next minute I'm going to let you know a secret I have gone through stages of my life with very severe depression I don't mean depression in the non clinical way I mean in the actual DSM I think they're up to what four or 5 now clinical way it runs in my family We call it the black cloud It's not like you're depressed about losing money It's not like you're depressed because you're a gym and Jacob the brahm loss Depression is different You have a black cloud that follows you all the time even when your life is amazing You got a beautiful wife a lot of money a great house a great job It doesn't matter You still hate everything I've had that And I battle it a lot and it's really really hard And the fact that these mushrooms and a lot of these other things may be legalized for providers to use as potential antidepressant mechanisms and Therapeutics I think is an amazing idea You're seeing some hope with ketamine and other drugs as well
Mets stars shine, NY saves season with 7-3 win over Padres
"Jacob de Grom got it through 6 innings including a couple of key strikeouts of Manny Machado to get the win Pete Alonso delivered the key blow a solo Homer in the 5th to break a two two tie and give them the lead for good Francisco Lindor also homered and Jeff McNeil had a two run single to Kia game ceiling four run 7 inning for the mets
Padres take a 2-0 lead over Mets after Josh Bell crushes a two-run home run
"The Padres took game one of this wild card series by blasting the mets 7 to one San Diego lit up Max Scherzer and knocking out the mets ace in the 5th inning after taking a 7 to nothing lead on the strength of four home runs Josh bell and a two run shot in the first and was pleased with grabbing a quick lead Huge Obviously we want to set a standard here You know get our starters some run support and let them do their job on the bump You Darvish toss 7 strong innings for the win Jacob the Graham faces Blake Snell and game two on Saturday night Mike mancuso New York
Jacobs, defense lead Raiders to 1st win, 32-23 over Broncos
"The Raiders became the last NFL team to win a game as they downed the Broncos 32 23 Josh Jacobs carried Las Vegas to victory rushing for 144 yards and two touchdowns He's the first raider with at least 130 yards and two TDs in a game since 2011 Amik Robertson returned to fumble 68 yards for a score Russell Wilson had his most efficient game of his short tenure in Denver completing 17 of 25 passes for 237 yards and two TDs He also ran for a three yard score that cut the Raiders lead to 25 23 after completing a 55 yard pass to KJ hamler I'm Dave ferry
Braves hit 3 HRs off deGrom, beat Mets, tie for NL East lead
"Austin Riley and Matt Olson crashed back to background trippers and dansby Swanson also homered as the braves down the mets 5 two to move into a tie for the NL east lead All three homers were off mets ace Jacob de Grom and after the game he said he served them up on a tee You got a eliminate mistakes which I did not do tonight So that's what happened You know I left falls over the middle of the plate and they did damage The mets loaded the bases in the 9th off kennelly Janssen but the braves closer struck out Francisco Alvarez and Tyler naquin to end the game Jim Hart Atlanta
Charlie Welcomes Pastor Jack Hibbs of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills
"Sunday, there is one pastor I make sure to watch. I make sure to make time for pastor Jack hibbs. He's become a great friend and a mentor and adviser of mine and he is a fighter. He understands the word of God better than almost anybody I have ever had the chance to meet and to spend time with. And I'm really touched. I'm honored to be speaking at what's called the futures conference this weekend, which I think is totally sold out, but I think there's still a digital option, but Jack could tell us all about that. With us right now, as pastor Jack hibbs from calvary chapel Chino Hills, Jack, welcome to the program. Charlie, it's great to have you, my friend, it's great to be on. I tell you, it's great to be having you at our conference. As you well said, it is sold out. In fact, it's sold out in a half a day, Friday and Saturday, and I'm just blessed that you're going to be kicking it off on Friday night. It's gonna be great. And so is there a digital option for people where they could have digital tickets they could buy or is going to be rebroadcast that at all? It's going to be streaming now that it's sold out and packed out. It's going to be streaming live. So people can simply go to either Jacobs dot com or they can type in search Google or futures conference. There'll be a link there. I'm not privy right now. I have forgotten what that link is exactly. But it's going to be available for anybody everywhere. So
Carrasco struggles again, Mets fall into 1st-place tie
"The mets fell out of sole possession of first place in the national league east and after losing to the Marlins 6 to four Miami scored two runs in each of the first third and 5th innings to drop the medicine to a tie with the braves atop the division JJ blige two on Homer of Carlos Carrasco with the Marlins up four zero in the third but Peter Alonso cut it to four three with a three run Homer for New York His 40th of the season It's an easy constant You just went like that's really all you can do And if we win more than we lose then we'll be on top And if we lose more than we then we win then we'll be in the wild card Jacob stallings we store the three run Miami lead with a two run single in the 5th Tom New York
"jacobs" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"It's the ted radio hour from npr. I'm newsom roti and today we're spending the hour talking to writer. Aj jacobs about his journey on the gratitude chain with ted talks that have inspired him along the way including one by benedictine monk david stein. No great food living. That is the thing. And how can we live gratefully experiencing becoming aware that every moment is a given moment as we say it's a gift you haven't earned it you haven't wanted about in any way you have no way of showing that there will.
"jacobs" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"It's the ted radio hour from npr. I'm a newsom roti. And today we're spending the hour talking to writer. Aj jacobs about his journey on the gratitude chain with ted talks that have inspired him along the way including one by benedictine monk david stein. No great food living. That is the same. And how can we live gratefully experiencing becoming aware that every moment is a given moment as we say it's a gift you haven't earned it you haven't wanted about in any way you have no way of showing that there.
"jacobs" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Anything so that i was teaching trying to teach myself how to crochet with youtube videos so that was fun to challenge myself in a different way. I haven't i haven't picked up my crochet needle in a while. But i i'd be open to doing more of that. That was fun. that's all outside of work. Hyperbolic geometric shapes. That's it that's challenging. Not a sweater known. Fuck that no no. No no no well. That's good doable. It's doable well. The last these three questions of the three questions of this is what if you learnt. So what eat. When you're not in this podcast. But i mean just over the span of your life. Let's see what's the gillian. The moral of the gillian story. I think the more. I mean the thing that i am trying to learn actively right now is how to be present in this moment right here and now so that's the thing that i am most aware that i need to work on and i think will benefit me greatly if i can be more successful at it so in. What way would you think you weren't doing that or that. You haven't been doing that. I think i have a hard time enjoying myself in the moment and as like look back and go. That was a good time. Yeah adam are you thinking like it could be better. Are you thinking like that. Some of something else happening or a lot of dread like things in the future that could happen or not appreciating the small good moments too. So i think i'm trying to have more appreciation for the nice moments in life as they're happening rather instead of only being able to look back and go. Oh that was. That was a good time. And you're and you're becoming more six or any specific sort of is it just a matter of focusing on it or you know i am on sizes you can lift..
"jacobs" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Of silly i have. I have friends that. I like seeing my friends but i like a person who has to kind of talk myself into going to a party. I'm and not. Just try and leave instantly when i get there so like someone might wanna talk to you. I've maybe am. I know that they won't wanna talk to so. I have to allow for the possibility that someone may want to talk to me really had to work at a leaving party. Almost instantaneous but i you know. I'm i'm really grateful that i was able to do these voice jobs from home. Yeah your voice. Acting is fun. Well we we were. Were on something together for a minute. I got fired for you. Got fires which i thought. I didn't understand that but at any i'd you know i don't want to insult the person that got the job after but i didn't but whatever i you know a lot of decisions are made and i don't understand your voice. Acting voice acting is fun. That's so fun. One of the things that i can't like the two things i do that i can't believe are cartoon voices and game show host. I've gotten paid to do both of those things and never let just seems like a like a like a racket like i'm tricking. Someone you know. I love doing voices for animated shows so much and someone asked me recently. Why and i was like. I don't know why. I just love it fun And so yeah the you know. I'm very lucky with like invincible. And these other jobs. I hope i keep getting to do more and more of it. 'cause i i really love it. Yeah well what do you i mean what. What's your dream. You know arc from here going on well you know. I directed a short film which was scripted. but i think i'd like to directive film a scripted film And acting wise. I think it's been fun to do. A bunch of different genres in the last couple of years things that seemed to surprise people like being in these fear street horror movies. You know people have really associated me with comedy And it wasn't what. I started out doing so any time. I get to do something that feels like different unexpected as an actor. I think i'm enjoying that And but then again. I love comedy so it's like who would want to not do comedy career opportunity so i think it's kinda worked out well for me that i i've gotten to do so. Many different types of things between writing directing things acting in different sorts of things so if i can sustain that it feels like i've always sort of being challenged in some way that's good and what about outside of work i mean. Is there anything you know house by the beach. Learn a hot air balloon. Something like that. You know i actually. We did an episode of my podcasts. With this woman named margaret worth. I'm she and her twin sister. This place called the institute for figuring which is based here in l. a. And they're the project they're most known for is the hyperbolic crocheted coral reef and so there. There's these hyperbolic shapes in geometry that this woman whose name i now can't remember realize that you could best demonstrate visualized by crocheting them Even better than like computer imagery and so it started this whole thing of crocheting. Hyperbolic geometric shapes. And then someone realized. Oh you know these. Also kind of resemble coral reef creatures and so margaret and her twin sister created this project where they were crocheting coral reefs and then people around the world also started crocheting..
"jacobs" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Check out when we were at largo finishing up the conan. Show planning until me that he thinks it may have been the last place joan rivers on stage. She was there for. I think maybe jen kirkman show. Somebody's show and she said they were hanging around backstage. She said she said this is the best part she said. This will always be the best part is the sitting and i. I can absolutely understand that because it is. It's just like like i. When i first got the conan show and i would And i was newly married to. In fact i wasn't even married when i got it. I was engaged and then we got married. But i would come home and i would just be spent like i couldn't even i would have nothing left for my you know my then. You know newlywed bride. Because i just. I'm with literally some of the funniest people on earth like. They're paid to be funny and they're all day being funny with them. And when when we went back to doing the show. And i got to go to largo and again it was like oh my god finally get to go be with these people and i it really does spoil you for you know just like regular funny people just to go where it's like you know like a family thing and it's like there's like these are pretty funny and you don't wanna be addict but sometimes it's like you're.
"jacobs" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
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"jacobs" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"You're listening to the three questions. And i am talking today to a just a wonderful Talented very funny actress and alive. I mean your your credits. Now are like producer director earthmover. I know time changer. But it's gillian jacobs. Hi how good. It's so good to see you good to see you. It's been a long time. Yeah and you're there. I you can't see it at out in podcasting rural but you are surrounded by where you have a packing blanket behind you. Cow showbiz people. Welcome to hollywood. And this you probably had the setup for all covert right. Oh yes i've spent. I don't want to calculate how many hours i have spent this tiny space in a closet or is in. Yeah yeah now ashes close or is it just an extra closet that has been given up to two interviews. You know it's to the point where when my mother came to visit. I told her she wasn't allowed to bring anything that needed to be hung because she couldn't get so there's clothing behind these packing blankets but it's pretty inaccessible. Well that's great well. Congratulations hit really adapted. You really adapted how has your covert then if you have. You have you done. I mean we're yes wrapped at home by yourself. I mean you know well. I actually have my own podcasts. That i've been doing from a home. So that's been a new thing in my life and it's called tech related right. Yeah yeah so. I you know why make it easy on myself. Show to co host a podcast. Where in which. I interview people who work in stem background or education in anything related to stem. And so i have to quickly try and cram some research before these interviews with these brilliant accomplished people. But it's also a fun thing. I get to learn a little about a lot of different areas in the world of stem. I mean why. How did that happen. Why did why did you were you tired of being on hold tech support and decided i'm gonna learn..
"jacobs" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
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We are back with gillian. jacobs Here from fear. The fear street trilogy hopefully going to be a series on netflix. Have you gotten the numbers there. Have they called you the three day numbers than the thirty day numbers. I'm not a fancy producer. Like you scott so i don't get those kind of got the three day call. I got the thirty day call and they said and then at the end of the year. We'll give you the year number. I said okay. What time is that going to be. And that made them laugh. Very funny never heard from them again. House for two years at this terrified. I didn't know they were pulling their own. Titles off of net flicks so please. I can't remember what they pulled. Every watch love watch who knew. He's kind of weird to put these horror movies out in july. But i think it's a great strategy. Everyone's around while one of them takes place at a summer camp. Oh that's a good point. Okay great okay. It makes perfect sense. Fear street one thousand nine hundred ninety something nine hundred seventy something. Nine hundred th sixteen something. They're all out there. But you can easily searchable. We have to get to our next guest. He is a cartographer which we mentioned earlier is a map maker. Please welcome for the first time on the show. What a pleasure. And you're used to do any cartography reading up in order to just seemed done haven't yet done that. Okay well if you ever have one on your show. This'll be good practice. Okay great once you in here okay. Great i will be here. Is gillian jacobs co host of periodic talks. We're doing we're hosting competing. Okay great to podcasts. For the price of one. That's the way ain't good hi. I'm gillian jacobs and welcome. Scott periodic talks week. We talk talk show where we talked to.
"jacobs" Discussed on The Babylon Bee
"Does ethan have any weird growths on any part of his body. Kyle dean d. or not. Does ethan right any books about things other than possums. Where does kyle get all his ideas. How many bastard children does ethan have. Why kyle has his hair like that. All these questions and more answered this wednesday at six. Pm pacific six pm. pacific. We're doing our first livestream. We'll monitor i but we didn't longtime long time ago in my garage. I like official fashionable lies. Livestream live. qna here on the come channel you ask questions. Subscribers get top priority. Start asking the questions we're going to answer. We're going to interact in real time with you as if we're sitting right there in your living room. That's right if you're wherever you watch videos if you're paying that'll be subscriber there's going to be a post on the website where you can submit questions. Look out for that in the premium section. If you're not you're peasant you're going to have to wait until the youtube thing goes live and then you can start asking us questions on the chat either way. We'll see then. Waves babylon be livestream wednesday august eleventh at six. Pm pacific pacific time bones are talking about about professional wrestling bones m. c. you dork. It's that's not mc you. Sony marvel marvel but they sold the film rights signing stepped into here today. We're talking to kane slash mayor. Glenn glenn jake. I must say glen campbell know glenn j glenn jacobs i just wanna call americaine but Yeah so i knew we were interviewing glenn jacobs and then someone said. Oh you guys are talking to kane and i was like what. And then i realized they were the same person you knew about jacob's before you about king i saw it on coming up on the schedule they're gonna chose one jacob. They'll look them up on their strident house. I'm going to england. Jake kane online reviews right. It's the same day. Oh it's the same person so this is actually really cool. He's a he's a. Wwe wrestler libertarian mayor. Undertaker's like crazy like that and then they fought and then like he nailed undertaker into a confidence that i'm fire one point because i had a falling out or something and So he's the mayor now in tennessee. We didn't ask him about this but it would be so cool to be a. Wwe writer's room. Yeah to know about that. Fear we should find a ww writer and entertain writer right. But that's not who we're interviewing today today or interviewing kane who also libertarian. Mayor in tennessee may county and the dude. Smart is incredibly smart. Choice through awesome. Really dumb question. You really smart answer. So you see those wrestlers and you're like oh they're just big demo ftse no. He sits there and reads like giant tomes with python his mouth. English literature major. So take that. let's check it. Let's let's let's just go jump into the ring. Yes are you ready to glenn. Cain rumble smack them..
"jacobs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Jacobs here and in for Mark the one and only ignite. Hey, Rob Going, Brother. Really good. I want you to know how disciplined I was last night. I'm a self control I had knowing that I had to get up early and condo, the mark and Rob show. My wife had steaks and baked potatoes waiting on the grill for me as I got home. Normally, I would take one beer and chug it. One would turn into 10 I I drank water last night because I always have to get up early and come here to the Black and Rob Show. Well, that's amazing, because that's the exact opposite of what I did. I got liquored up during the golf match and then went on Ben Stein's show, So God bless you have more self control than I do. At least at least one of us took it serious. Speaking of taking things seriously, we've got to get to these comments. Made by Biden yesterday, boy, and you never know what this guy whether it's feeble old man who's lost his marbles. You know, saying things that are reality or it's real. But in this case, Nige, we're gonna play this clip of him talking about People going literally door to door. Enquiring about vaccination status, and I don't I don't know. Before we play the clip, I'd be curious to get your perspective on this. Yeah, I think he was serious. I think he intends to do this. Her Jen Psaki talk about it to yesterday. His White House press secretary say the same things say those words door to door. I even heard her say. Hotspot. And I'm thinking, okay, They're going to go to the hotspots. Maybe you should start with McAllen, Texas. We'll start talking about hotspots, an unvaccinated people. Maybe you should go to those hot spots. We can talk more about that. Yeah. So we'll play the Clipper. What he's talking about is people literally going door to door enquiring about your vaccination status. Take a listen. Study after study after study has shown that since early name virtually every covid 19 hospitalization and death in the United States has been among the unvaccinated. So if you're vaccinated, you're protecting you..
"jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody
"Just as i was getting going with jacobs media and the classic rock thing so i think he kind of knew it was going to be okay and My mom is ninety two and a big fan. She was there that night at the hall of fame dinner. that's fantastic. Yeah it was really cool. It was really cool and she was the one who actually drove me up to the university of michigan to help me talk my way back in after you've been ousted for bad grades. Exactly right i am so your friend helps you. Get a gig at riff. And what made you decide at this point. You wanted your magazine incredibly well and running there. you said they're publishing research publishing for radio right for radio. Which is a huge gigs. He rose through the ranks. There really quickly. What about riff. What made you decide at that. Point to kinda jump from the research side of the business into programming. So maggie was the kind of place that honestly. You didn't spend your whole life there unless your name was frank maggot. After two years. I had really done a lot and it was becoming clear to me that if i didn't get online radio station experience. I would not be able to do as well as i needed to do. I just felt there was a piece missing. You know having not really worked in a radio station before. And so i did the study for riff and they loved it and tom came back to me and said you know. Would you come to work for us into this stuff all the time and it was like a dream come true so i took it and you're back in your hometown back in my hometown and the station was in in the trailers at the time. Those people who know detroit radio know that rare even though it was owned by abc whereas actually in a little building connected to three house trailers and was killing it in the middle seventies. It was just just an amazing time. And so yeah..
"jacobs" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
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"jacobs" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"jacobs" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Getting to the truth. In this art. I am your host rob lee and today's guest is noted content creator. Ricky jacobs. Walk them to the podcast. Thank you brother thank you. I'm happy to be humble idiot. Snot enough of it. So thank you. So yeah i see right now. You're you're in your like in some ways. I'll say this is in your creative space right now for some of the content or putting out there. I'm in my office. And i'm drinking i. I mean i'm envious. I like coffee. Or what have you. Because i was dragging and now i feel like i'm you turn the scotch and a little bit but so i came across you share slate in how instagram. We'll do that thing of you might know this person. You might not that person and just like following people. Don't say who's got good content here and i just started going through your page and i'm like okay. That's that's cool. Let's see what's what's more let me slide into the dmz hit this dude. Let me see what's good so see that you're doing good work. You're doing like really interesting stuff since like ovid's happening but if you will describe your word to the audience that may be uninitiated. Okay so i started really Taken more of initiative to Create more tap into you know just kind of finding my place you know in in an art room so you will I always been a creator But you know as you just kinda mentioned. Cove it since the breakout. I think that could a lotta people enough in space where we were. Just kinda more In tune with our like interior so to speak To the point where it's like we were digging and pulling from ourselves more than ever. And i'm only speaking from you know a creative point of view Now i'm sure other people who don't have hobbies that going crazy and just trying to figure out were they could do with their time but You know naturally As you know like we we. We have these things that we like to do. So i have a podcast Colleagues were friends with Like yourself The plan and a goal was to interview different. Creatives that Baltimore-based n baltimore natives as well bona raised and started at park has on a lot of people. Don't know i started a podcast in two thousand nineteen but the idea was different Benin was self explanatory. As far as it was it was initially initially was supposed to be a podcast with me and my friends and we were going to drink and just talk about whatever we wanted to talk about and You know shutout bravo shout in. I'm not throwing him under the bus but we shot the first episode at his crib. And i felt this nigga was to engage so like you know. Don't record enough. Oh good. Because i was drinking so sometimes don't i'm drinking. I'm not the productivity level is as far as like me being intuitive in the moment i know that the episode was shit. I went back home. Listen to it was a yo. We aren't talking about a damn thing i put on you know But the concept was a dope idea. You know what. I mean name the way i was branding it in all of that so i i just a lot of personal things was happening anyway so i took a break. Here comes two thousand twenty and this is actually before the pandemic I was talking about redoing rebranding podcasts and everything but i just didn't i didn't know where to record. You know what i mean. You know you you know the podcast and journalists will like you gotta space where you wanna record it and you know all those things. Intangible was that you know a makes a defend pockets. Yeah it could be one of those things where you know said it'd before we got started doing it. As long as i have over the years you just start accruing and you figure out what works for you so i have like. I am in my opinion. Have maybe three four different setups. I have low tier mobile. I have the home studio. I have a more of a combination between the two. I had had a birthday last week. My girl got beat has really don't mixer and and and it's like the mixer that you can take phone calls and everything and his mobile and i'm like oh this is this is crazy. This is a whole new world and then having that that background not to go away from the point. You're getting that background in it. You can flex but you're right when cove it hit the space dollars recording this particular podcast and it was a comedy club and things closed so because you know you wanna meet people you to be face to face and you get a different reaction when you face to face with somebody you know certain things translate a little different zoom is has gotten better over the time but at the very beginning it was as you probably paying for the premium to right. Because you've got a nice background. Oh i'll put that in a green screen. See a big. This is what i guess she do. Yeah no absolutely and but i was tweeting You know i wanted. I wanna i wanna reback this the pocket so Shutout to my guy. 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"jacobs" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
"Enjoy the show this interview with assistant chief. Carrie jacobs is fascinating. Not only is it's from somebody who's serving in a completely different career field in some of the other guest. I've had on the show but also to be female in a heavily male predominant field. She offers great perspective into her work. She tucks her career journey. We get into negotiation and conflict resolution. We talk about communication. And i love that everything. She shares is really relevant to so many other different organization in walks of life. So take a listen. I think you're really going to enjoy here is a little bit about kerry's background. She is assistant chief. Member of the iowa state university police department has also served the community since august of two thousand two prior to joining. Isu assistant chief jacobs worked for the city of iowa falls police department as a police officer for five years assistant chief jacobs currently oversees departmental operations which includes field services patrol and dispatch and investigative and threat management services. Other responsibilities include developing departmental policy and operating procedures assisting with command operations during large scale events assuming operational command of the department and the absence of the chief addressing acute and long term staffing issues and assisting in the development of the departmental budget including personnel resources and equipment and addition. She serves as an active member of the engagement inclusion officer team. The team is a group of twelve officers and staff that actively participate in campus initiatives that worked toward a more diverse inclusive community serve in a variety of capacities including initiation of outreach events educational presentations and discussion facilitators. Assistant chief jacobson the iot more closely with the isu vice president of diversity and inclusion office to assist in fostering a culture of respect and equity within the s community assistant chief jacobs received a bachelor of science degree in sociology criminal justice from iowa state ninety four and a masters of arts and criminal justice leadership from concordia assistant. Chief jacobs is a graduate of southern police institute. One hundred and forty first administrative officers. Course take a listen to my interview with assistant chief. Carrie jacobs welcome to the next.
"jacobs" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
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"jacobs" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Although the veracity of her story was challenged for decades are storyteller of the day is now recognized as the true author of her work. We're talking about harriet jacobs. Harriet jacobs was born in eighteen. Thirteen endan north carolina to delilah and daniel jacobs. Both her mother and father were enslaved. Her grandmother had been emancipated by her former enslavers. When harry it was six her mother died and she was left in the care of her enslavers. Margaret horn blow margaret taught her to read and write an uncommon practice for the time but when harriet was twelve her fortune changed. Margaret passed away and instead of emancipating. Harriet bequeath. terry her three-year-old niece. mary matilda nor calm. Harriet subsequently moved into the nor com household. A family that did not share margaret's relatively more progressive views within three years. Though harry it was just a young teenager she had become the sexual fixation of mary's father. Dr james nor com. His sexual harassment was unrelenting and he refused to allow harry to marry. It was then. Harriet made a calculated decision. She decided to return the advances of another white man. A local lawyer by the name of samuel treadwell sawyer. She hoped that bearing the children of a different white man with spur her master into a rage her goal was to drive doctor nor com to sell her. Her plan did not succeed after bearing two of sawyers children dr nor com punished. Harriet by sending her to do backbreaking labor on his plantation while they're harriet. She fled to her grandmother's house and hit an crawlspace. Harriet remained in hiding at her grandmother's for seven years. During this time she revised her plan. Harriet wrote letters to dr nor com falsely claiming. She described to the north. This time around. She hoped dr nor comet sell her children to their father. Eventually this plan came to fruition and sawyer bought both of his children back from dr nor com soon after sawyer was elected to the house of representatives and moved with the children to washington. Dc desperate to reunite with her children. Harriet to fled north while searching for her children. Harriet found work. As a nurse. Made for the abolitionist. Nathaniel parker willis and his wife cordelia willis dr nor com continued to pursue harriet and. She was frequently forced to go into hiding often relocating between boston and new york eventually in one thousand fifty two the willis family was able to bhai harriet freedom during her time in the north. Harriet became involved with a feminist abolitionist group. It was there that she met. Amy post amy taken with harriet. Personal journey recommended that she read a book about her life. Harry agreed and decided to write her autobiography. Under the pen name brent. Her book called incidents in the life of a slave girl was published in eighteen. Sixty one with the rise of the american civil war. The book quickly faded from public discourse and remained relatively unknown for the rest of heriot's. Its lifetime harry. It was eventually reunited with her daughter. Louisa during the civil war. Harriet worked to aid former slaves who arrived as refugees in washington. Dc dedication to the recently emancipated community. Brought harriet back to the south in eighteen sixty five. Harriet and louisa settled in savannah georgia to continue relief efforts but due to persistent racial persecution forced to flee north once more this time harriet settled in cambridge massachusetts or she opened a boarding house. Not much is known about the final chapters of harry. It's life but we do know that she eventually returned to washington. Dc with her daughter. It was there that harriet died in eighteen. Ninety seven she was eighty four years old. It wasn't until the feminist movements of the nineteen sixties and seventies that incidents reappeared. Initially it sparked controversy. The books editor lydia. Marie child was a white woman. Common thought at the time was the autobiography was actually a novel written by child in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven historian. Jean fagin yellen corrected that narrative with her annotated edition of incidents yellen lays bare at the true identity of the author and the limited role child played in publishing the original manuscript at long last. Harry its name was attached to her work. Her role as auto biographer transformed. The significance of the taxed inherits writings. She describes her state of mind. She rejected the advances of dr nor calm in favor of sam sawyer. She explicitly discusses using her sexuality. As a tool to manipulate the white men who sought to further subjugate her harry it also acknowledges the judgement she received as a woman with two children born out of wedlock in her book. She argues that it is cruel to prescribe nineteenth century. Morality onto enslaved women as their fundamental rights had already been so profoundly violated incidents in the life of a slave girl remains one of the most important books of its kind. It is the only first hand account of the life of an enslaved woman at the time and gives unmatched insight into harry. It's perspective as she fought against forces of sexual and racial oppression in doing so. The autobiography occupies a unique space in both african american and feminist literature