35 Burst results for "Jim He"

Callers Respond to Harris' Declaration to Give Relief Based on Equity

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 6 hrs ago

Callers Respond to Harris' Declaration to Give Relief Based on Equity

"Oh, that's crazy. And just a couple of days ago, she mentioned that we had an alliance with North Korea. She's in Asia doing a news conference and talked about alliance we have with North Korea. I mean, it's crazy. You know what the Democrats stand for? The arrogance of ignorance. That's what the Republicans should advertise their commercials against these lunatics. It's hard to believe it's hard to believe. Thank you, sir. Jim is in Plymouth, Minnesota, hi Jim, welcome to the Mike Gallagher show. How are you doing? Good morning. Mike, I'm just curious. Why is everything and equity in this country? Why is everything about race? We're just all Americans. That's how to get along. And it's amazing. That's the Democrat party, Jim. I mean, this is what, and this is what I mean. I'm sorry to politicize a hurricane, but it's true. This is on the ballot. We literally have somebody suggesting that we should give resources to people who are hurricane victims based on their race. It blows my mind. I know. And I'd love to hear somebody defend it.

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Maggie Haberman Leads Twitter Trolling Against DeSantis Following Ian

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | 13 hrs ago

Maggie Haberman Leads Twitter Trolling Against DeSantis Following Ian

"Away So Maggie haberman she puts this on there on her Twitter feed Again she quotes sweets and article that Lee county about the Lee county death toll Again these people are sick She says a delayed evacuation and a massive death toll And it wasn't but minutes Before the big tech tyrant buffoons at Twitter made sure this stuff started trending So what was trending afterwards Not a joke I'm not messing with you If you want to watch my podcast today I'm rumble I have visual aids for you here Trending on Twitter desantis Jim you got that home in soundtrack again We have to read this area This is trending on Twitter ladies and gentlemen Here we go Here is one of them Maybe got a way for our soundtrack This Santa's destroys Florida That's Santa's Desantis murders people Impeach the santas I can't help it I can't help it Folks these people are freaking crazy

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Braves hit 3 HRs off deGrom, beat Mets, tie for NL East lead

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

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

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Biden Asks Whether Deceased Congresswoman Is at White House Event

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 4 d ago

Biden Asks Whether Deceased Congresswoman Is at White House Event

"But one of the people who was involved in this food insecurity program was a representative Jackie Well so Biden's given a speech and he wants to give a shout out to Jackie walski so he wants to make sure she stands up so she can get acknowledged So he's looking around I want you to listen to what happens here He's like hey where's Jackie Check this out There's so many of you know so much about this as well and you're committed And I want to thank all of you here for including bipartisan elect officials like representative government senator Braun senator Booker representative Jackie are you here Where's Jackie I didn't think she was going to be here Folks I saw you just send me Jim Jim just texted me during the show He did it again He just did it again He just did it again But Greg price I'll put this out there Biden won this way from the podium again as the fema administration Look at the oh my gosh My gosh this is going on This is going on the podcast tomorrow Folks I'm sorry to do this to you There's no audio to that right Jim there's nothing for us to play for the radio audience Thank you Mister president Folks if you go to my Twitter I'm at D Bon Gino on Twitter You can watch what Jim just put up there He walks in the wrong direction the fema administrators go into grab them like sir the events not over this way Now getting back to the end of it Thank you for sending me This guy does not know what he's doing Jackie wolsky is dead She died in August and a car accident You got the commander in chief It was a major story Where's Jackie She's dead

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Edward Snowden Granted Russian Citizenship

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 5 d ago

Edward Snowden Granted Russian Citizenship

"Ask you. News as of two days ago that the former KGB colonel in the Kremlin has provided Russian citizenship to Snowden. Your reaction, uncle Jim. Bye, Felicia. Why do we even care? That's the nice thing. I'm glad he's there. He's a traitor. That's what I want. People want to pardon him. He's a traitor who's dumped information. He didn't have any knowledge about was not vetted. He and Assange both and all of it. They didn't, they didn't blow a single whistle on a single crime. So this is the issue for me. If you see and look, we know bad stuff happened, right? NSA DIA, we know. The data farms and everything else. But if you've got an issue, it's like the FBI whistleblower we had on my show yesterday, Carl serf. You use the tools available. You don't go to communist China with the hard drives and then to Moscow if you believe in America, do you Jim, because that's what Snowden did. You think the Chinese might have copied that hard drive. I think maybe they got that before everyone else. And then you think Russia had it. And all of that, there was no way it would have taken hundreds of analysts a month or two just to figure out what was on there. And they just dumped it on the Internet so that all our enemies could read it. It may or may not have gotten anybody killed, but that's not how it works. We have inspectors general. We have whistleblower protections. And if you have an actual crime, which they didn't, then you have ways to do that. I hope he I hope he dies in Russia and never sees the shores of this country again. Unless he's in chains. And

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Jim Hanson: We Can't Change Everything at Once

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

Jim Hanson: We Can't Change Everything at Once

"Need something a little bit stronger than just defunding DEI when it comes to congressional oversight? A 100%, but you got to fire a shot across the bow. And so the idea is we can't change everything at once. So let's pick a couple of things. I would add something along the lines of protections for children being mutilated. You know, something along those lines. Yeah, stop the transgender surgery and drugs for kids who are too young to decide whether they want to PBJ or Bologna and cheese for lunch. They shouldn't be taking drugs to change their lives. Pick a couple things like that that are very popular and make that. Because as long as we've just got a Congress, maybe both houses maybe one, we're not going to change much. But we need to set the set the idea that that's where we're going. Show

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Jim Hanson on the Mental Illness of the Democratic Party

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 5 d ago

Jim Hanson on the Mental Illness of the Democratic Party

"Jim, let's go to a real fascist, not a alleged fascist. This is from independence hall, just a few weeks ago. Too much of what's happening in our country today is not normal. Donald Trump and the Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic, but there's no question that the Republican Party today is dominated driven intimidated. By Donald Trump on the maga Republicans, and that is a threat to this country. That is a threat to this country. It's just not normal. What's not normal is being drenched in red light in front of independence hall where our founding documents were deliberated. And calling 74 million people a clear and present danger to the United States. Now, on the one hand, it doesn't really matter, but I'm curious, why do you think it is Jim? That they never throttle back. They go from deplorables to clear and present danger. What's happened to this party? It's a mental illness. I think they are part of a secular religion. Woke neo Marxism is a secular religion. It's got dogma, they have a past date, you know, they do all the things that a very extreme religion does. I think you're absolutely right, but I'm curious, when did it move? When did it transition from being a political party where JFK and scoop Jackson could hang out or even Baba even Clinton could hang out to being a secular ideological extremist religion? That happened. Barack Obama. Yeah, he came in and what he did is he told all the groups all these activist groups and all the identity groups that they had put together. They said, you guys are oppressed. The man is keeping you down and you need to present your grievances. You need to set the streets on fire and take what is duly yours. And they did

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A famed U.S. extreme skier's body is recovered in Nepal

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

A famed U.S. extreme skier's body is recovered in Nepal

"The body of a missing famed U.S. extreme skier has been recovered in Nepal Hillary Nelson was skiing down from the summit of mount manaslu with her partner Jim Morrison when she fell off the mountain rescuers searching by helicopter located Nelson's body two days later bad weather in an avalanche hampered their search Nelson was an extreme skier She spoke to the AP in 2018 about skiing down the world's fourth highest mountain Not because I was going to die just because I was going to give up But

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Jim Hanson: We Are the Insurgents in an Occupied Country

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | 5 d ago

Jim Hanson: We Are the Insurgents in an Occupied Country

"People saw that life under woke rule life under social Democrat or whatever you want to call their version of socialism was destroying their country. And they said, maybe we should stop. I mean, the motto for Georgia maloney was God family country. And she said the following, she said, number one, the rebels are now the conservatives in her secret speech. And I've been saying for years that ironically, we are the cool kids, right? The counterculture hippies have become the fascists running the FBI. And now the cult counterculture is us. It is the conservatives. And she went on to say that we're the rebels. Let me run that past you first. What do you think of that comment from cpac? A 100% agree. We are the insurgents in an occupied country. Our republic has been occupied by woke neo marxists. And we're trying to take it back. And we have to fight that way. So if you want to win this culture war, then go ahead and assume we're at that big a disadvantage and act like it. But the nice thing is, the people are rising. We are ascendant. That's the wonderful feeling for me, is everywhere you go. More people have seen that life under Democrat rule sucks.

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I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 5 d ago

I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

"Fascist hate women. I'm a little bit confused. They've elected a women, a woman premiere for Italy, from a party with fascist roots. Nobody better tell them what the roots of the Democrat party are. Let's talk about all that and much more. In fact, real fascism in America with somebody who is, well, he's a professional troublemaker and that's why we invite him to guest host here on America first. Uncle Jimbo Jim Hansen, welcome in studio one on one. I get to be with you, Seb. Did I hear you say that you're moving to Sweden next week? Not moving, but we'll move across the pond or visiting relatives. I have relatives in Sweden and barbarian. Are they fascist barbarian Vikings? Barbarian Vikings they carry axes and they put the banners up and everything. Yeah. I can't wait because Sweden, as he also said, we're all talking about Italy, but before that Sweden elected a very extreme right neo fascist party. Because they believe in God, it was other problems. I think there was pretty much they believed that crime and uncontrolled immigration and all of the woke politics that were destroying their country were probably a good thing to stop. Do they believe Sweden is good? Do they believe in the country? Is that the issue? Is that why they're fascist? Because they believe in Sweden? You know, this nationalist thing. I think is wonderful to watch because it's okay to love your country. It's okay to believe that your country has something special. We do, and we have good reason to Sweden, can again, and they want to. So does Italy. Good on them. So maybe they should have, let's do a bit of consulting for them. They could come up with some kind of political catch phrase like make sweet and great again. Something like that. I make Italy great again. That's catchy. I think it's going to work because they've already started. That's the good thing. The people saw that life under woke rule life under social Democrat or whatever you want to call their version of socialism was destroying their country. And they said, maybe we should stop. I mean,

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Joe Concha: The Reality of 'Best Books' Lists

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 5 d ago

Joe Concha: The Reality of 'Best Books' Lists

"I've written a couple of books myself I Jim have I told you this I'm going to write another one I know I told you I did I not tell you I was never good at I did right I just said that I had an idea and I can't get it out of my head so I'm going to write another one I'll tell you about it But Joe be prepared You are again you're not a died in the wool liberal who genuflects at the altar of Joe Biden and Barack Obama You know your book's gonna be attacked right No matter how good the sales are I could have listeners go out right now and you should buy two and 3000 copies of the book right now on the phone You know The New York Times no matter what happens even if they decide to put you on the list there's gonna be an asterisk next to it and it's gonna say something like bulk sales bulk this is what they do You're anticipating this You understand this right No matter how good it sells they are gonna attack you Oh I embraced The New York Times doing that That's fine guys Go ahead Keep me off your New York Times Best Seller list All I go by is Amazon Because Amazon I used to be a sports columnist It's quite simple When you're doing baseball scores it's who scored more runs That's it So who's selling more books Yeah And if you want to tell me there's some sort of methodology that The New York Times uses No there is no methodology It's who sold the most books and then who should go on this list And if they keep me off of it believe me That's the first column that I'm writing about And I'll run to Fox News and your show tomorrow and we'll talk about hey I don't get it Joe is at number one or number three in terms of most books sold in the week but then The New York Times kept him off for some reason or put an asterisk next to it with no explanation behind it Go ahead guys This is why The New York Times has an endorsed a Republican presidential candidate since 1956 We're talking Ike Dwight D. Eisenhower and The Washington Post has never endorsed a Republican presidential candidate gee I wonder why that is Yet they're seen as the pillars of journalism and objectivity Well you think they would maybe endorse I don't know Reagan over mondale or Georgia Where we are at this point It's not journalism Dan it's activism And we all know it Yeah

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Leo Terrell: The FBI, DOJ Were Weaponized Against a Pro-Life Activist

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 6 d ago

Leo Terrell: The FBI, DOJ Were Weaponized Against a Pro-Life Activist

"Because you know what you're talking about and you've seen both sides of the political island invaluable skill You're also a lawyer I opened up today's show discussing the FBI and the weaponization of the FBI Now you're literally a civil rights attorney It's not figurative This has to bother you I mean the whole idea of civil rights And I'm not necessarily comparing the two because one was far more severe but the targeting of Americans based on superficial characteristics race or religion The internment of the Japanese Jim Crow slavery there's a history in this country that you know that I know that is a history we should talk about But the weaponization of law enforcement to attack those people for the superficial characteristics results right now in people's disgust Thankfully so But it's kind of strange Again that's severe But on a lesser level now the targeting of people for their political beliefs Leo perception is turning into reality here as the indicators start to pile up based on the targeting of that pro life activist by the FBI this weekend That this is a real thing political targeting We can't have a constitutional republic if it's allowed to continue You are absolutely right This is to fear I mean you expect the law to be our last key cornerstone of impartiality Let's be very clear The FBI the Department of Justice has been weaponized Everyone in the world knows what they did to that pro life activist A case that was easily dismissed They are cine a signal to people who disagree with the democratic platform that we're going to go after you and they're trying to deter people like you me the average citizen who has a different opinion Dan from the far left and they're using the FBI and the FBI is a Willy participant That's scary

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Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes' path: From Yale to jail

AP News Radio

01:06 min | Last week

Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes' path: From Yale to jail

"Oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes returns to court for his trial on charges related to the capitol riot Rhodes graduated from Yale law school He was a clerk on the Arizona Supreme Court but for people he worked with like Matt Perry Rhodes came across as angry So I made the jokes about Stewart having being the next Hitler I really meant that he was going to lead some kind of charge against the government just like Hitler did at the beer hall putsch get arrested be in jail and that was going to be it And that was going to be the end of Stewart Perry told the AP roads alienated his Republican boss and the Arizona Supreme Court and eventually left the job Jim Arroyo was president of an oath keeper's chapter in Arizona Stewart will In my opinion go down as a person who created one of the greatest organizations this country has ever seen And then destroyed it single handedly At the same time Arroyo says Rhodes wanted to send oath keepers to the Mexico border in an armed operation to support border patrol Roads and four others are on trial in a rarely used Civil War era law against attempting to overthrow the government I'm Ed Donahue

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Larry Elder and Sebastian Discusses the Rare Footage in 'Uncle Tom 2'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | Last week

Larry Elder and Sebastian Discusses the Rare Footage in 'Uncle Tom 2'

"Really kind of punched me in the gut with this movie is just the first four minutes just the footage that your guys found black families in the 30 40s and 50s, just the opulence, the prosperity, the elegance, the self confidence oozing out of two dimensional pictures and black and white, home movies, and look, I'm a white dude who's an immigrant to America. I was pissed of what's happened to that community in America. How did you guys just find that footage? Well, it was the director, Justin Malone, who's just an brilliant director. And our composer's name is Damon Chris well. He scored both movies. And again, it gave you kind of the atmosphere of the whole thing. But you're quite right. Even after black's emerged from slavery, when we were talking about lynchings and KKK and Jim Crow, black people still kept moving forward. Why? Strong nuclear intact family. It was rare for a black kid to be born into a world without his father married to the mother. A strong belief in patriotism, believe it or not, you read the speeches by people like Frederick Douglas Booker T. Washington, the riddled with praise for American values. Judeo Christian values and a belief in entrepreneurship. And Uncle Tom two talks about what's happened. How did the righteous civil rights movement get hijacked by these leftists, Democrats, socialists, collectivists, and marxists who want to dethrone God, marks, of course, was an atheist and on the website a Black Lives Matter. We talk a lot about Black Lives Matter and Uncle Tom too. They attack the nuclear family and Karl Marx hated capitalism, let alone entrepreneurship, so the very things that made black people and able to endure in the face of horrific obstacles. God, family, American values, and entrepreneurship are all under attack right now by people like Barack Obama who said America has racism in its DNA.

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Sebastian Talks to Russian-Born U.S. Intel Expert Rebekah Koffler

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

Sebastian Talks to Russian-Born U.S. Intel Expert Rebekah Koffler

"Back with Rebecca cough. She is the author of a former senior DIA expert on Russia. Jim carfano of heritage tweeted out early today and I retweeted it. If you look at what is it, the 27 28 members of NATO, the highest commitment of aid to Ukraine by members of NATO as a percentage of GDP are the Baltic states and Poland. Isn't that interesting? The states that were under the boot of the Soviet Union are invaded themselves. They're the ones helping out the Ukraine the most. Isn't that telling? Absolutely, and it's always been that way. Sebastian, I even when I was in the community, you know, the people who are very responsive and helpful, they assist us tremendously because they are right there in the theater. They gathered and not Germany. Germany's in bed with Moscow with the Gerhard shredder being one of the CEOs of Gazprom. Exactly. You're going to leave our studio. You've been doing media all day. You said you're going to go if you're going to write an analytic piece, talking about scenarios. So people need to read your article, but first, not nuking America because he's not insane. He's not suicidal. But what's scenarios under which could Putin consider using the low threshold low yield tactical nukes. Give us some examples. So we're exactly right now in this scenario Sebastian for which, on Putin's orders, this doctrine was developed in the first place, escalated to deescalate and scenarios this Putin is losing on the battlefield. And he is cornered.

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How Russ Vought Is Standing Up for the Good Guys

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:14 min | Last week

How Russ Vought Is Standing Up for the Good Guys

"Joining us right now is Russ vote from the wonderful center for renewing America. He's one of the few fighters out there. It's a great organization. Rus welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. I appreciate it. All right, Russ, let's talk about the FBI. You guys are involved in many different ways of trying to stand up for the good guys. Tell us the latest. Yeah, our belief is that we need to have a permanent stand-alone committee and not permanent, but a stand-alone committee outside the normal committees that provides an institution that actually gets at the bottom of all of the deep state agencies starting first and foremost with the FBI, which is weaponized against the American people. And it's not just the elements of the Russia hoax. It's, you know, them being weaponized against parents concerned about CRT at school board meetings. And so we're pushing very hard right now for Republicans to make a commitment to stand this up and have people on this committee like Jim Jordan and Dan bishop and others who will not buckle in the face of a deep state that will be opposed to that kind of oversight. But our hope is that that leads to establishing the full case of the American people. So we have a super majority out there that can inform the next presidential race and then that can also help us know specifically what reforms are needed to break up the FBI as we know it.

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How Did This USDA-Title IX Story Slip Through the Cracks?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | Last week

How Did This USDA-Title IX Story Slip Through the Cracks?

"USDA back in June, remember back in June, they announced that the national school lunch program offered to low income students will no longer be provided to schools who do not allow men to go into women's bathrooms. So they were literally not there were no longer going to offer school lunch assistance if a school said actually only men are allowed in men's bathrooms, boys and boys bathrooms girls and girls patterns. And this should have been a bombshell story. Biden regime, withhold school lunch, if you do not adopt their radical anti scientific gender ideology. Let's just refresh ourselves on the story, play cut 95. Reporting finds the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the national school lunch program for low income students would not be available to schools who do not adopt the Biden administration's interpretation of title 9. Under the new plan, schools that do not allow students to identify as a different gender than their biological sex, to use their preferred bathrooms, would not qualify for the funding, which in part is used to fund those school lunches. This story sold totally slipped through the cracks and any influence all of you have on social media, any that you have through lawmakers, let's get this message out. The fact that the Biden regime is actively withholding school lunch money. How was this ever acceptable? And it's look, there's a lot of tyranny. There are a lot of cockroaches out there. There's a lot of nonsense happening. But the fact that Biden regime is starving children, not totally starving, but they're potentially saying we can't give you lunch, assistance for kids. That's a form of starvation.

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Rep. Jim Jordan Describes What a Republican Majority Can Do

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan Describes What a Republican Majority Can Do

"If we take back the house, which I believe we will, and it's looking really, really good. Can you talk about what that will then be able to do? What's the next step? Let's say it's January 20th. You have all these. You got sworn in in early January. And now we're cooking. What does that look like now with the whistleblowers? It's not just the press release. What are you then able to do? Well, we're able to then when we talk with these guys, we're able to go to the people that they know are part of this and we can ask for not just ask for we can subpoena and depose these individuals. That will be part of what we have to do. And there's really two big investigations that I think have to happen, particularly in the judiciary committee, which hopefully we're going to have control in lord will and I'll be able to chair. But those investigations revolve around the political nature of the Justice Department, what we're talking about here. And also the border situation. And those two issues are within our committees jurisdiction. There are two of the biggest issues our nation faces. That's where we will go. We want to talk to some agents. Who was telling you to do the things on the border, how did that come down from my orchestra in all kinds of things we have to look at on that issue? And of course, this issue where we know there was a great example charm. We know that the politics go to the school board issue. We know there was coordination between The White House, the DoJ, the Department of Education, and the national school boards association prior to the initial letter sent on September 29th from the school board association to the Biden White House. We know that we're talking, here's a great question for these people. Did you talk about putting in the reference to using the Patriot Act using domestic terrorism statutes against moms and dads? The White House knew about that. So those are the kind of things that will happen on day one if in fact we get the majority.

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"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:57 min | Last month

"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"6. It's our growth, our walk with their spirit, our walk with God. Okay, so do you meet your wife soon thereafter? How does this work? So that was a miracle. One of the chapters a divine mistake in the book, I should never have met my wife. She worked at APU in the graduate client services. I was getting my master of divinity. The school male my deployment of the wrong address got returned, they called me and said, hey, we have your diploma here. I worked really hard for that. I'm going to drive up on my lunch break and get it. Well, Amanda was the director of that department. So she's got this is your wife. My wife, who's sitting over there. Yes. So wait, because of an error that was sent to the wrong place, you drove to this place, and you meet the woman who becomes your wife. And she shouldn't be behind the desk because her team of people help the graduate students. But cheetahs happen to be in there when I walked in. I looked at her and I saw Jesus in her eyes. And she goes, why don't you as we're talking? She goes, check my ID. Why don't you take your diploma out and read it? And as I read it, I said this is a miracle. I've come out homosexuality. I just bought my first home. I'm a pastor, and now my master of divinity, and she looked me right in the eye and she said, it sounds like God is restored the years, the locust of Eden. And I'm like, who's this? I didn't say this out loud, but in my mind, I'm who's this chick, quoting Joel chapter two, a minor prophet in the Old Testament. She's speaking my spiritual language, Christians don't know scripture like this. Who is this? And then she says, I have gay friends too. And I said, don't ever stop praying for them. My family prayed and fasted for me. Keep praying for them. God, God can redeem them as well. And then you got married to this woman. I mean, does anybody doubt that we serve a God who is a beautiful? My dad calls a God's gift from heaven. Look at her. She's beautiful. I can't 'cause the camera's here, but I just want to say though, seriously, we have to understand when we say God's in control and how insane because he said, well, God, the odds are, there's not that many women in the city. Forget it all. God, when you give your life to Jesus. Yes. He can do things that are insane. He uses a clerical error. Your diploma is mailed to the wrong place, quote unquote, to get you to meet the woman that you're going to marry. My bills never got sent to the wrong address. I figure that out, you know? So what year was this? This was 2008 right before the people of California changed our constitution, article one section 7.5 that only a man or a woman marriage is valid or recognized. So you are, so 9 months after this, you get married to Amanda. I mean, this is just such a beautiful, redemptive story. It's just nuts. I want people to know, God is real. Folks. Excuse me, pardon me. God is real. This is called reality. God is real when we open our hearts to them, we have no clue. By the way, we have no idea what he's going to do. You didn't know he was going to do this. You just know you can trust him and walk with him. And parents, I want you to know this. We have a friend of ours who used to be the CEO of NBC Hawaii. And it's become a Christian. He asked my parents at the book release party. He said, would you ever in a million years would you ever imagine you would be in Jim's hunger son's home? With his wife, grandchildren, and a book sharing what God has done in his life. It's beautiful. That's, again, it's why when I met you and you told me this stuff, I thought you've got to come on my program because there are people out there who need to know God is real. He is in the business of healing and redeeming we're out of time. I know people can find you at church united dot com. And the book is not a mistake..

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"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | Last month

"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Jim doman, welcome. Hey, it's great to be here. Praise the lord. What a cool thing to meet you. Well, you are more than kind. I got to tell you, when I heard your story, listen, one of the things one of the reasons I do what I do is because I know that we live in this kind of sick, secular, leftist culture, where you hear certain narratives over and over and over again, and then you don't hear the other side of the story. Correct. And we don't exist. We don't exist. Well, yes, like people like you don't exist. And I thought, you know, anytime I have an opportunity to get stories out there, like your story, I said, there are people whose lives depend on hearing your story. And I want to do everything I can to get your story and stories like yours out there. So I'm happy that you've written a book. It's called not a mistake. Parents hope for their gay son. Not a mistake. Okay, let's start at the beginning. Sure. How'd you grow up? When did you find that you had same sex attraction? What is your story? And again, the book focuses not a mistake. But Jim, tell us the story. Well, I grew up in a Christian family. Eric, every family is dysfunctional. Every family. We're all in need of a savior's name is Jesus, but our Christian family was on the side of the functioning and not dysfunctional. My dad was an LA county sheriff. My mom, a school librarian at a Christian school. And so we had a very solid, healthy Christian upbringing, go to church, Sunday Night, or Sunday mornings, Wednesday night church involved in youth group, children's programs, kind of your typical Christian, all American family.

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"jim he" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

Clubmarket Demo

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"jim he" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

"To the Jim bohannon show at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 glad you could be with us tonight. And let's take a look at some of the things happening out there. China has begun live fire, military drills in the water is off of Taiwan, so we have China acting in their usual barbaric knuckle dragging way. And there are a number of lessons that we can learn from all of this. One was the Nancy Pelosi trip really necessary. She's the Speaker of the House and while I'm not in favor of saying, well, we can't go to Taiwan because China might get angry. They held with China, which ought to be our national mantra when it comes to dealing with that rogue nation. The hell with China. But certainly, if President Biden didn't help any by blurting out Pelosi's visit and that the military didn't like the idea of the visit. And China is of course extremely sensitive about the relationship it has with Taiwan. It does consider Taiwan to be an integral part. Of China. Interestingly enough, the Taiwanese government agrees. They think that Taiwan is an integral part of China as well. Their only complaint is that they are the ones who should be running all of China. Not the butchers in Beijing. I would agree with them. It's not terribly likely to happen. The reality of the moment is, of course, that effectively they are two separate countries. In the meantime, it is vitally essential. That we update our military. That we stop wasting money on all kinds of little domestic pet projects and the like. We have got to see to it that we have enough ships enough planes enough missiles. And that we end our dependence on China for everything that matters. I mean, pharmaceuticals for Pete's sake. Rare Earths that go into all kinds of computer products. Nothing that's important should be something that we depend on China for or any other country that is questionable in terms of its well, frankly, honesty. And integrity and the Chinese government has none of either. I would frankly be in favor of eventually an embargo on all trade with China.

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"jim he" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Pretty well for art. It's it's this exacto blade. It's his handle abuse of had it since college. I've used it for everything. And so i would hate to lose this right. It's just the thing but I would definitely grabbed this and if it was music. So i I saved up when i got a gem. I didn't is jammed guitar. I referenced earlier. And i don't play like st by. I'm not a shredder. I don't play like fat but that guitars. Such a pleasure to hold and and you know. I think each instrument kind of inspires away. You touch it you know some summer like cool for surf music or some things or for jazz or whatever in that guitar inspires me so i would take that too. If i can only have one thing i would take. The gem costs a lot more than this handle. But those those two items. I think are my favorite possessions addict. I'm probably taking a I'm probably taking my first mixer. I still have my old have a fasttrack pro that i got in two thousand nine and it was like it wasn't super expensive but it was just like we didn't do another broadcast. It's a comedy podcast a longest time. I had this away with some of my old equipment. You how you go back to stuff like still used this in a different way. So i had this. I had this nice burns your mixer. I'm using right now. But they want occasion is like burns. Mick says an really doing what i wanted to do. Let me switch back to the fast track and it was a sticker on air that one of my ex co hosts put on and he called it like universal machine and i was like i hate this guy hate him and i haven't noticed i need this. What the hell is this. A bright orange sticker dick all right so is this. Is the last question that i have share. Your most marked characteristic. If someone was like you know this is this. Is jim in one word. Would you think it would be or what do you. what would you call it. If you're pitching it out. There depends on who you talk to. Good back the jackie's autobiography. I think so if we just keep it in the art realm. Since that's what we're talking about i would have to say patients because i have a lot a lot of patients to do the various things i do. They're all fussy time consuming ridiculous things that you know. So al twits people be like. I really want to do that. And i'll say we'll do it. It's not hard like you..

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"jim he" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on Citation Needed

"And it just so good. Yeah i know like we're gonna bail. We gotta go my answer. I guess that was correct. I thought all right. Tom what would be the funniest way for jim. Baker to die checked with my lawyer. This is totally legal. Hey give him poison. Whose antidote is colloidal silver. A lady faced crown wearing horse. Locust injury see kicked to death at the bottom of water slide by heath in a suit i got there. It see it is it is six. I want to see him. Shit and puke himself the time. I feel terrible to go after both of these. But i gotta go. So what's the name of jim. Bakker's apocalypse shit bucket movie. Sue wedge of tomorrow mantis gordon. Cc invasion of the potty snatchers twenty eight cheeks later all right turn box. Great concept poor execution invasion of the potty snatchers. Oh no. I'm sorry i'm sorry. It was su edge. Are gonna hat trick me. I'm not sure who i'm gonna pick. I'll make a surprise for next week long for seasonal. Like a heat and tom. I'm not hanging out with us today. We'll be back next week. Goodbye then some body. We'll be an expert on something else. Between now and then you can hear more from tom seats on cognitive dissonance of heathen mea culpas. Skeptical at andy andy minus and more of eli on seasonal sports loudly explaining the rules of cosmic counter through the mail slot. He'll go and you can make a per episode donation a patriot dot com slash bought or. Leave us a five star review everywhere. You can't and if you'd like to get in touch with us. Checkup episodes connect social media or check. The show notes checkout citation pod dot..

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"jim he" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Shop. The law has a lot more precedent for. I don't care for your tone than i'm comfortable in. Two thousand and three baker returned to what he knew religious televangelist grafting divorce now from tammy and remarried to laurie baker. Jim unveiled the chip maker. Show broadcasting out of branson missouri crazily despite being convicted fraud and a rapist. The jim baker show has been carried on. Ctn day star folk tv grace network gb america. Hope tv impact network wgn. What network the word network uplift tv and z. Living networks no. Most grace network was just in canada's great grace network. Usa most of those are little bullshit networks and the majority of his viewership comes still from people. Slowly rotting in their armchairs and getting his bullshit beamed them by satellite but he's still has viewers like out loud. Baker has condemned prosperity gospel theology but in reality. His new gripped is just a mix of prosperity gospel and apocalypse. Ism which is a long word that means scaring people into buying emory's and hand crank radios for ten times the actual cost 'em by the way stands for meals ready to eat and as at least three of us on this podcast can attest to know the folks like the pizza. The pizza you didn't from you to eat the murray after the live show with i was clean plate club now. Also importantly can you shit into a normal emma. Google fuck. it's holding empty. Those now make. I cut cut smell true. I don't know what i was. I'm obviously the wrong over. You can have to let the gas escape periodic. Just gonna pop that tom. You're on maurice now. You can't just go willy. Nilly emptying side. I don't know what i was thinking. That's the thing. I'm asking myself right. What were you thinking. You've got a perforated tabletop. In your apocalypse bunker this is the perfect leverage the apocalypse you have to have a direct line of the genocidal musings of the big man in the cloud so of course now is a profit and not. Just a preacher. Of course he's also been wrong every time he's predicted or prophesied anything because he's a fucking liar and a cheat. He predicted that trump would win the two thousand twenty presidential election. He predicted a civil war between christians and some other people i guess the the opponents were not and after january. Say someone to allow that one time democracy. Yeah okay. he says he knew about nine. Eleven in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine but he didn't mention it to anyone until after nine eleven thousand one ski do slipped as he stated. That ain't continue. You don't want to spoil. Obviously he stated that in a dream quote god came to him wearing a camouflage hunting vast. Ar fifteen rifle strapped to his back and that gods supported trump's plan to arm. Teachers love that. Chasis tap out your. There's a hundred hundred others and nearly all of these doomsday predictions. Come right before during and around his pitches to sell big five gallon buckets of dried food. You can rehydrate into diarrheal like consistency to survive armageddon without missing a single helping of your fucking biscuits and gravy okay. Look apocalypse preps never make any sense no matter what but it especially doesn't make sense. If you're expecting the christian apocalypse you are going to get up and collecting the buckets. For and of course when kobe hit baker nothing but opportunity there to not opportunity to help people opportunity to enrich himself on the fear of others very quickly and really at the height of the initial fear and uncertainty. When people were their most vulnerable. Jim baker began touting on this stupid fucking show a miracle cure for and just about anything that might aliou colloidal silver colloidal silver basically silver mixed in a solution often saline. The fda has long said that coil. Silver has no medical uses. But since this is america it's still allowed to be marketed and sold as a dietary supplement. Fucking absolute nonsense. Does nothing can turn your skin. Blue and jim baker was selling it as a magic anti kovic potion once again government regulators as time the ftc and the fda at his step in and stop him from taking advantage of people's fear to line is personal. Fucking park yes. In a very harshly worded letter they explained. You can only imply issues. Can't okay yeah. But it was so now he i shit you not cells peopla plant from which they can make their own cure for covert. Oh my god because apparently is saying that is the one more degree kevin bacon right. Yeah exactly. I also happen to see these now. Selling prosperity blanket. Inca america dollars thousand dollars by ken line. Whatever on your bill you pay your bills with the you unreal now. Jim baker did have a stroke. And unfortunately it didn't kill it. And the son of a bitch is still broadcasting. Bullshit he still leveraging fear of the unknown he still abusing the misplaced trust. People put in religious leaders to fatten his personal bank accounts. It's not even a real stroke. He doesn't sound funny like my dad. Like bullshit you're gonna have asia if you're gonna have a stroke and go all the way dammit. Jim baker is undoubtedly a horrible human being but he is by no means alone at some point. Baker will die and his personal gift will end and that will be a day worth celebrating. But if we're not careful and we don't get our shit together. They'll be an endless parade of jim. Bakker's hiding behind tailored suits and fluorescent white teeth. Guiding our hands right into our pants to help us pick our own pockets all right well rather than just naming a my gas onto this part. Were you summarize what you've learned in one sentence. What would that be tom. I should have been a religious griffin to us. And i should have been your height man damn it. We would crush it. Are you ready. Let's do it all right tom. Which the following is the best varietal from jim. Bakker's freeze dried wine. Store hit a sharon bag be ten. Go vase say tang powdered. During and sanjay. One or see. Ben shapiro talk. You know what. I liked the friendship pino but it's a little dry.

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"jim he" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on Citation Needed

"To citation needed. The podcast where we choose a subject read a single article about wikipedia. And pretend we're experts because this is the internet and that's how it works now. I'm your host no illusions guiding you through this buried difficult time but don't worry we're going to get through it together you me your credit card and the rest of the cast. I up tormented by the fact that they're perpetual conversion away from millionaires. He stands cease. Oh okay try to be sad about your ethics in a private jet. It's possible i'll tell you what i would fuck holy water from join us tonight. Two men who are eating food out of buckets before it was cool. Tom and eli okay. You know everything is a single serving if you finish it before they can take it away. That's single serving. Yeah and everyone can cook food. But only i can rehydrate again. All right started tonight. I want to remind you that. Eli tom also more money. They could make they found jesus and converted a wu and the only thing that really convinces them anymore as patriots donation. I can help keep them. Honest ish. sure stick around to the end of the show with that out of the way. Tell us eli what person place thing comes up phenomenon event will be talking about today. We're going to be talking about. Gm don't say backer backer no baker. Yeah the only reason i ask you specifically was wonderful pronunciation. Not how pronounced tom. Yes you read at least as much about jim baker. He's read the bible. Whatever miracle cure. He's hawking this week. Are you ready to tell us. His tail owned. I've got buckets of great information for all right. So i w- why. Jim baker okay so we live in a world now which is daily defined by huxterism from our politicians to social media from lifestyle gurus to religious nuts at every possible turn. We are confronted by powerful forces seeking to deprive us of our money our agency and our critical faculties while the tools these frauds us become vastly more powerful than ever before many of the names and faces that have been fleecing. Us have stayed remarkably consistent if you've listened to her sister shows. You'll doubtless know the name. Jim baker as well as the non name. Jim backer. i helped true. Unfortunately i used to think that he was just a rather pathetic. Kook selling freeze dried buckets of armageddon slop too credulous rapture loons but his story is so much more than that. Jim baker is not right that more. Jim baker is the very epitome of the bullshit artists and his scams are bigger and much more vile than you may imagine. Yeah and i just want to say at the outset before we begin. It's worth noting that like. It's all well and good to talk about. Some poor rubes got tricked into buying snake oil when everybody died of their teeth in fourteen. Four to but someone is ordering jim baker products right now on the internet. They have to scroll past the news results. About what a fraud. He is to buy this shit dot wrong. It all born in forty to rally baker and ferny illin- irwin james. Orson baker began life not far from here. Actually in muskegon michigan. I couldn't find much information about his parents or his childhood but he went off to bible college in minnesota at a place called north central university. Well sitting in old book full of bronze age myths about a vengeful blood. God jim matt and fell for the lovely and not at all cartoon con made up. Tammy faye lavallee your later in nineteen sixty one that means the valley that does mean valley. Yes thank you for the translation a year later in nine hundred sixty one that you married and symbol to kind of evangelist fraud. Voltron the pair dropped out of discount. Bible college to go on the road as and this is a quote from wikipedia itinerant evangelists. Well because let's face it. A degree from north central bible. University is exactly as valuable as not a degree from north south Decision those early days. They had to threaten people with helen. Take their money door to door. It took out by nineteen six the dual working for pat robertson. A very credible man. Who at seventy three once. Put out a video claiming that he could lay press. Two thousand pounds yes. This has nothing to do jim baker. I only include this detail. Because it is so wonderfully stupidly absurd that everybody needs to know this i to give you a sense of how much that did not happen. Because it didn't have the florida state university leg press record the same year for its football players with six hundred and sixty five pound a regular commercial leg press machine like at a gym. You can't even put two thousand because you can you not a pound. You can add. But somehow a geriatric pat robertson was pumping iron with jesus and he could also probably totally throw a football over those critics. He's lie. Why would you say that. That's a small car. Said he could powerlift his seventy legs to be fair. Moving car with your legs was way. More common when pat robertson was drawn up back in bedrock. Oh i'm sorry thom but before you move on no heath and i will literally explode if we don't get to do a quick lightning round on the that makes sense head in the studio. I installed that while you were sleeping. See so pat robertson go cold scotland a dark land overrun by said gay. People wear needle rigs to give straight people eight outer space full of gaseous balls. Said people with too much plastic surgery gut. The is like they're oriental. Also told of you were the towels in ken. Have okay thank you tom. Thank you sorry needed. I know you had to get out of your system. I get melty. He's melody it looks like he's basis. Full gashes balls. I dislike hearing pat. Say anyway tammy. Jim started their work with. Joe aligarh pat robertson at the christian broadcasting network. See call them. Patty melt and patty melts is crazy about this brilliant. They were doing a christian. Puppet show for kids called. Come on over okay. I did try to find some footage of this. And i only saw these say peanuts come. It may have been less creepy. If it works. I would say i can only find. It was sort of nestled in videos of other things. I i need you to imagine a puppet show on a low budget tv channel. And then just need you to know in the very bottom of your heart underestimating. How bad and creepy and weird. This puppet show don't care what you can imagine right since christian. Entertainment is the very lowest possible bar to slither over. This show was an inexplicable success. And jim was given his own primetime. Show the seven hundred club. The seven hundred club quickly became the flagship of cbn. For reasons jim and tammy left. Cbs and joined trinity broadcasting network this to not much of a match made in heaven. Eight months later the baker's left tbn when a rift between. Jim and station owner. Paul crouched that's interesting. I had no idea that wasn't the original hosted seven hundred club. I was thought the name of it was like a hat tip to pats age. Actually named after the seven hundred financial supporters robertson was able to rope in during a seminal nineteen sixty six telethon to keep the network afloat and though baker was the first permanent host the show a but on for six years by the time he joined.

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"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Around make like a mister meek and you'll get caught out mike little land and your sean folks. I'm still talking to jim ryan. Yes jim ryan. It's fun to talk to you. I've met a number of different places and it's just a joy to talk to you about the years that you were running for this country in the olympics. Did you ever meet any athletes at that time. of whom you were in office. I what was that experience like being in those circles. Well i am been answered that question. But i want to do something for your listeners. I wanna brag on your authorship. I have enjoyed bond hopper. I've enjoyed seven men seven women and i'm sure your readers have no those titles that you've done a great job helping all of us with readership and understanding of history. So i thank you for that but an answer to your question. Dr roger bannister was the first man to run under four minutes. Now back in nineteen fifty. Four and i had the privilege and i had the producer having dinner with him in mexico city just before the olympic games before i ran in the olympic games and as we sat at dinner we were talking and dr Bannister said one of the things that you just an. His house was a took the television out of his house. Then an-and sat there kind stunned. Well how do you survive without a television sixty eight. So he's he's making when tv was a little bit better than it is today a lot better and so we both asking the following question. What you do with no television. He said well. We read more books. We have more family. Discussions were more of a family. And so that had an impact on our lives and again this is the first man to run under four minutes And you know as a doctor. He was just expressing views in his family so there were times in our life. What we do. We take the television. And and i would take the television out of our house and we discovered he had more family time. You had more conversation. You read more books so you ask. That's one of the people that i met the a great impact on my life and i'm so grateful for them. Well that is amazing. Either privilege of meeting. Roger bannister's son and when i discovered who it was. I just thought you know the this is royalty to anybody who cares about these things. It's just a joy but d- Were you friendly with with any of the marathoners. Like frank shorter or bill rogers or any of those folks. Did you know them. I knew them and met him. And we've talked but not a lot of conversation or depth. Because for the most part you tend to tend to get involved in those lives at your event is so for example. The guy that i happened to be nineteen sixty four At at the finish. Line a guy named jim grau up you know i nipped him at the finish line. He should have gone to the olympics. Instead of me but i went and now he's lost his trip to to to the tokyo olympics he and his wife and so two years. Jim gave me a real good picture sportsmanship and that is run your best race but off the track you can be friends and we've been best friends ever since then what. I love the idea just to get back to what you were saying about being tripped In the nineteen seventy two olympics. In how you said you had just really seriously come to faith before that and give you gave me the grace really to deal with it in a In an honorable way Because most people would just be raging with fury at that kind of an injustice. Let me give you the rest of the store eric. That was seventy two twelve years later in the nineteen eighty-four olympics in los angeles. I'm a spectator of my family. And the man who could have reinstated me beset come back and four years walked out on the track now in those days just beginning the great big jumbotron screens that you see a sporting events he appeared on screen to be about twenty feet tall and i know what i wanted to do. A nineteen eighty four weeks ago down and tell him hey. Cheeses has a plan for your life. Lock different in nineteen seventy two hundred wanted to punch him in the nose and that was because in those twelve years ahead learned the process of forgiveness. And that is. You're gonna have things that don't go your way in life.

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"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Jim rain here. That jim ryan the man who ran a sub four mile as a high schooler went on to be Member of congress Jim i want to ask you. I wanna i wanna get to the hearing thing in a moment to because this is news to me that you went all these years without hearing but when you decided or when you knew that you're going to run in the olympics in sixty four you ran in sixty four. You ran sixty eight and then again in seventy two were. They running the mile in the olympics or had they moved to the fifteen hundred. It's always been the fifteen hundred area. I think it's unfortunate that it is because the average person on the street a worthy mile go and you explain to him the metric distances. The olympic distance of fishing editor made us. You lose people with them. You what you know what you lose me. Because i'm an. I'm an english standard. Kind of guy. I like the mile i liked the quarter. I liked the half. I've always been kind of oddly opposed to the metric system for many reasons. It's sort of. It reminds me of the european union. There's just something or you know what it reminds me of the french revolution when they decided like. We're going to dispense with everything. We're going to invent ten day weeks. We're going to invent thirty day months and you know it's a kind of a lunacy and it's sort of a humanistic project but we don't need to get into that so you never ran the mile you had to run the fifteen hundred. I know that you've got the silver medal but tell us about your history olympics. You had a tough history in the olympics. Everybody would assume that you know you'd get the gold many times over what happened In mexico city. I was honored to win a silver medal. Which means second-place. When i came back to the united states since i was the favorite There were a lot of people are very unhappy with my performance. And i just remind your listeners that a gold medal on the silver medal of the same size one has a little different color. And you get a lot more emphasis in second place when you're supposed to win then you're considered somewhat of a failure but quite honestly it's one of the greatest racism my life because we were wearing at altitude which gave the altitude living athlete that one whole hugh mexico city that i totally forgot about this. Let's go back to sixty four though. You're seventeen you make the olympic team. What happened in sixty sixty four olympics. I got to the second round of competition. That three rounds. Preliminary semi-final finals made it into the semi-finals but did not get beyond that. Because you're dealing with a different type of competition. Altogether our olympic trials. Then were one day now. They do the three day as you would have in the olympics. I might not have made it through. Nineteen sixty four if there have been three rounds but it was a one round competition by grace god. I leaned the finish line and made it to the olympic team. Okay so in sixty eight. It's mexico city and who are some of the names from that olympics. Always try to remember. Was that the year bob. Beamon set the record in the long jump. Yes that's correct and some of the names in that olympics in my race. Who is a guy from kenya. Kip keino another high school boy. The run under four minutes. Mardi la corey in fact is the last time. The united states had three olympic. Us team members in the olympic Gorey's famous name famous name shum. But yeah bob beamon means if we're talking track and field a lot of people don't know about this but i remember as a kid because i was into track and field the idea that bob beamon out of the blue. It's one of the most bizarre things in sports history jumps about two feet longer than i still to. This day can't really understand what happened. Tell my audience if you remember well. First of all want is very thing that hurt us. As distance runners middle distance incident particularly the thin air which is altitude enabled bobby layman to further and some of the sprint store and faster because you have less resistance due to thin air. The air urged to distance. Runners the helps to sprints. But it's hard to believe that the air could be so much thinner that you could fly. You can find twenty four inches farther anyway. I'm assuming he would've jumped twenty eight at sea level. What maybe so hard to nobody but those those kinds of things impacted the olympics mexico city. So yeah it was a different olympics. the altitude olympics. And then we move onto munich nineteen seventy-two and that was an interesting olympics because if your listeners reflect back on nine hundred seventy two they will remember. There was a terrorist attack by a group called the black september tim'rous they broke into the olympic village. Eventually there was this terrible. Shoot out of the airport. Everyone died and the next day was supposed to be a first round of competition in the fifteen hundred meters but they took a day off to honor the athletes that died in the at the airport so it was terrible olympics sense. Yeah that's one of the most horrible thing that's ever happened in the world. I mean i still to this day can can hardly process how horrified that was but that year you experienced something very strange. You were tripped where you not when you were running the fifteen was tell us about any opening around in the opening round of competition. That shouldn't have been in that round. Listen to destroy to take a while. We won't go there. I was tripped by an athlete. I felt i got back up. I did not finish fast enough to go to the next round of competition and i had just become a christian in may of nineteen seventy two so for me. This was a moment where i was going to have to trust god. And forget what to do next and it was difficult because there were filmed showing that i was fouled. The officials simply took the position of after. I met with them and they looked at everything. Well it's unclear whether you a trip to whatever but if you come back in four years and try again and eric. What i wanna to do is reach out to. The guy didn't have a black tie with spots on it like yours. How wanted reach out and grab him and beat on him a little bit so he could feel some of the pain. I was feeling. But by the grace of god i did not and i'm so thankful because that was part of the growth has a christian i needed to learn how to handle those situations even though it was totally unfair. First round of competition in fact on the next olympic if he had an athletic such as myself that fell early on they would advantage the next round. Okay i want to send me to. We're going to go to a break here but folks. I have the joy of talking to jim ryan. We're talking about the olympics will be right back blue. Jean seems buy ladies.

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"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Jim have heavier goals change. My goal was to be the first high school boy toward an appointment. As i said coach. They really haven't. He said well the need to get back out there and keep going see. I went in with the idea that i wanted to pat on the back. And what happened is he sent me home. Kick kicking the rump. Saying if this is important for you the new. You're the only one that can make this happen. And at that point. I began relying more and more upon god because a new this is going to happen for a kid who didn't understand running and doing things never done before that would have to be happening with governed opened those doors and so the running developed again quickly and in june of nineteen sixty four. I became the first high school boy to run under four minutes and then in september of nineteen sixty four. I became the youngest runner. Middle-distance runner where you going to call it. The ever make the us track and field olympic team and went to tokyo so it was quite a transformation and so you ran in the tokyo olympics. I'm trying to think who who else was in the tokyo olympics. In sixty four whose names we might remember was al order. Throwing shot put in sixty four. I don't even remember anymore. But he was one he was throwing the discus. One of the ones against a lot of attention. Is billy mills winning the ten thousand meters. So but eric from me okay. This'll be another you're going to go. Oh my is this really true. When i went to my first olympics. I was such a rookie. I discovered they had. I mean every four years. And i thought well maybe i can come back and four years and try again so it was. It was a real transformational moment. Hey you can. I just remind you big shot. You're seventeen years old. Your kid so stop being so hard on yourself so you made the olympic team. But before we get to that jim when you broke the four minute mile in nineteen sixty four as a seventeen year old as a high schooler. What was that like for you. I mean what was the experience of the race and then what was the aftermath in terms of the adulation and the press coverage it was. It was a big moment while so it was june of nineteen sixty four erasing compton. California called contra. We had set the goal that day coach timid and i had to run underperformance at three fifty nine when it happened I it was a goal reach. But that night i couldn't sleep and and the reason for that was that all of a sudden i started thinking it was really coach. Timmons goal of earning under which i had adopted. Now what happens. If i take ownership ownership i describing again our camp jim ryan running camps is when you know that you can do something a little bit more in practice maybe instead of giving ninety percent you can give one hundred percent maybe a little harder and you wind sprints maybe a little more weightlifting and so that night i adopted ownership of trying to go just a little bit further to me that was transformational. The next morning. The phone call started. People wanted to ask questions. I was totally unprepared. And one of the reasons. I was prepared. Because as a young boy. Growing up in wichita had the measles and lost about fifty percent my hearing. And it wouldn't be until the age of fifty that i would start wearing leary and that's l. y. r. I c. Hearing aids and would allow me to here. I was a disaster in terms of answering questions. Wait a minute so it could hill age fifty which a little bit over twenty years ago. You were struggling with significant hearing loss including back when you were a kid. Yes and so two those years and would be my hearing aids at often turn to her and say honey. What did they say ride. Get part of it and so what would happen in an interview like this. For example i might hear a couple of words and i try and respond to that. Maybe never really answering the question so for me. Lyric has opened a door that that also makes them enjoy the quality of life that have never is. This is the company that makes your. You're hearing aids. Yes why was it. Why did you wait till you were fifty to do. That's kind of amazing that you lived oils to him because because at that point that systems light lyric were not available and its technology that it's there they go inside of my ear. I can take a shower. I can run him and so what it allows me to do. Is to hear things have never heard before and because technology had not advanced all of the medical community including the audiology saying. There's nothing they can really help you. Just going to have to struggle along with which you have so it's been again one of those moments in time right now we have Our daughter has a foster baby. I can i can hear katherine. I can hear the foster baby. I can hear things that had never heard before. I am now going back and hearing words than i've never heard because they were misunderstood through the years and so for me it was really great moment. Wow okay so you This is amazing. Well i want to ask you about that race when you ran a sub four-mile as a high schooler. Did you think you would do it. That day at the compton realize well that's always the hope you have a nasa prayer. I began every race With a prayer you know. I knew that there was this is phenomenal. I'm running against guys. That are eight and ten years older than me. And here's this high school kid. And so i began the races. I typically did with the prayer dear. God i'm here. I don't know why and how i'm here. There's an i am. Please help me run the best possible rates of my life. And he answered the spurs. Even though at that point in time i was not a christian. I was at church person. There's a difference. One is religion the others relationship. You were program. Was i was praying and boy was praying because as you might imagine as these phenomenal things happened. How do you deal with that. And that was one of the things that was a challenge because they again when an interview would come up. I couldn't hear the question complete. I answer the question is sometimes. They look at their expression on the interviewers face and i realize answered the wrong question so that was always a challenge. Well okay so what was the fastest mile that you ever did run in your career. A ran fifty one one in bakersfield california in nineteen sixty seven. It was our national championship. And i am actually. It was american record. Actually the world record. I'm the last american to ever hold the world record which is a shame because it's been over the years use a last american to hold the world record in the mile and that was the three fifty one you rent. Now you held that for what fourteen years and now only about nine years as a world record holder as american a number of years longer. But you know nine as a world record older still. It's long time. Time to hold the world record when you've got the whole world trying to beat that record it's just it's it's amazing now. You were in the olympics. How many times two times three times. Three and again nineteen sixty. Four was my first one in tokyo. Nineteen sixty eight mexico city in the nineteen. Seventy two in the musical ran in the munich olympic. So i probably watched it on tv. And don't remember. Oh my gosh folks. I'm talking to jim ryan. What else do you need to know. 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"jim he" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Of my Laker teammates and NBA legends. And I have my page, one of my favorite guy. He's a he's architektur of the 80 championship in the house with us today is mr. Jones. Jim Jones, how are you doing sir Coupe? I'm doing fine, doing fine fellow man..

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"jim he" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on Photography Radio

"Bad roads. But it's all about taking photographs going back to the taj mahal. Anybody can whip out an iphone and get the same picture we've seen since birth of that building right can. Can you teach even even in workshops even when you got him other can you teach artistic vision. Ooh that's a really good question. I think to a degree you can. Well i would say to to a large degree. I i have affected and influenced lots and lots of people. I know that that many people credit the improvement of their photography to with me with with my guidance. Bmi my tours or online teaching or even reading my books. It's easier in the field. I can give a presentation on composition for example and i can talk about the same thing that everybody talks about rule authors leading lines. Yup yup all that kind of stuff but the truth is the world is really a compositional mess except for a building the taj mahal which just happens to be symmetrically perfect. You walk into a forest or you are. you're in a safari vehicle in africa or you're in the rim of the grand canyon and there's there's stuff everywhere there's rocks and trees and bushes and clouds and sort and flowers and fallen logs and just just stuff and so. I've tried to glean what students of mine need to know what they don't know what they're not comfortable with and i've been teaching for a long time and i've come up with suggestions things that i point out examples that i give that direct their focus to things before them other than the traditional deleting line in the s-curves and the and that for example. I learned back in the seventies from the great landscape photographer. David much what. I call the classic landscape technique and and what he taught me was. If you use an i talked about this one day. I he he lectured and i was there up and talked him afterwards. And i mentioned this this particular thing. His style was to use a wide angle lens and he would get very close to the foreground like three four five feet use complete depth of field and that made the foreground disproportionately large compared to the background. That was his trademark. He became famous for that. He made a great deal of money selling beautiful landscapes because of that technique. So i adopted that and so when i teach. I tell people that when you're doing landscapes you're going to deal with compositional mess in most cases. I you need a background. Let's say a mountain range or a glacier or waterfall. Then you need a foreground and.

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"jim he" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"Back on the show with us. You all know him. Mr jim quick. Jim how're you doing doing fantastic john so glad to be here with you both. I hope everyone is listening. Is is doing well. And we're we're safe and everything else that you need. So i'm looking forward to this conversation. Yeah we we have to last time. Had you in studio obviously with everything going on. We're not seeing your face in studio but last time you blew all of our minds. The power of patterns was the episode fam- and so many people were re listening to episode. One of our most listened to episodes but today family are talking specifically jim about your new book. Limitless upgrade your brain. Learn anything faster and unlock your exceptional life. Okay there is there is. There is so much that we've got to cover today and jim. I'm going to let you riff and we're going to get into your new book and all the things that you were uncovering here. But i i wanna go back to something because we are still in quarantine. I remember last time something that you did. That really caught the attention of saz. And i was your morning routine. You're you're exceptional morning routine right. During corona virus. So many people. I think have been thrown off their routines so i just wanted to ask you really quickly Are you doing anything differently in your morning routine. Have you changed anything up. Have you done anything different to keep yourself taking cold showers..

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"jim he" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"jim he" Discussed on RPM45

"About why would we'd okay. The why would. We was a song that i did tom. Riding on but not much most everything on why what. We was already a there at all. The good jokes were already there and it was written by don boven. Don bowman was a comedian. A comic country guy who wrote a parodies and funny songs and he wrote Allowed week it's a fun song and it also reached number seven. I mean it did really well. Yeah that was a top ten record. And i think don bowman wrote that song during a time when people might not play so much you know what i mean because it was about that evil we more controversy. Yeah i couldn't tell you honestly if they even tried if even released it. I really don't even know i can tell you that teaching and i was one of those guys that they were calling all the time trying to get the records on a lot. That was not an issue at all. That's good to hear. I i i know it did. Well still get a great reaction. You know all these years later without doing concerts. That people seem to remember and like it. Let me ask you about your recording career. Some people describe usa country artists. You sound country to me and and yeah you're hits are all top. Forty pop hits in country. You know if. I look at the performance of your songs country. None of them really were top forty. Why is that well I never had a lot of luck. In country musica. What specifically released to the country stations and so forth. I don't remember having too much success in that area. Like you said my songs were pretty much all pop records and scored in the pop feels and so I don't have anything against country. Music just fine. I just haven't really connected too much in that area and also episode. After i'd done what i did and i been you know out in around quite a bit. And i'm bound up doing some shows in branson the roy clark theaters used to be there and and a lot of us would come in. Everybody would go in for like three days. So he'd have two or three x in one week and so everybody that came to. That theater looked around that town and said my. Gosh this is where all the country people come to see a show. I if i play here. I don't have to go to them. They'll come to me. And so all of a sudden you've got boxcar willie roy clark and wayne newton and andy williams and tony orlando piling into branson and we had probably. I would guess a thirty year round of bumper to bumper traffic. People come into branston dec- shows and there was quite a few theaters all over the place. And you've got one. Yeah the dips effort theater. I i got one little Run that i did that. I'll tell you about breath gives you an idea of how many people were coming to branston by theater. Seated at eight hundred people. And i did two shows a day seven days a week also out for thirteen years. Got gotta be tough work seven days a week though that when you're doing something like that and it's working really well and all you don't think about it it's just too much. Fun is just way too much fund because you just do it shows all the time and trying to work on new material and recording things and making videos it was a wild and woolly and branston for a long time and now it's kind of a little bit. I'm not saying it's not busy doing quite well and adding new shows and new attractions. Now do you live there year round Yeah yeah. I've been in here in brandon for a pretty. I don't know how long. But i property twenty five thirty years. Okay but a pretty good pretty good while so. Let's talk a little bit more about your tv because you did a lot of tv. I read somewhere this morning that you were on the love boat. Yeah i i did a three of the love boat three love votes. Wow okay so what happens is is kind of make the rounds you know back in those days if if you get a little popularity deal you kind of get a little bit in demand and so i did had some love. Votes did a couple of sea island. Oh i i was a fantasy. Could you believe i do. You're good looking guy. I can say that. Bj the bear. I had cop. Patty and myself as little bit and a clint eastwood movie. Any which way you can so so. I did some things like that. You know that was all pre branston. Hollywood oh i loved it. As a matter of fact the last three years. I was out there before. Found up in branson in malibu That was probably as cool as it. They got had ever had an opportunity to be a part of it was just live it out there. That place burgess spares some stout the street and don rickles save street and they were just celebrities. Were all over the. But i'd say chris chris stops go running by what a what god that was. Jogging on my street was guys. Run all this up for the beach. Boys plus name for a second. Brian wilson Yeah right well. He was jogging he was jogging. Yeah just bump into people like that out there because it's a magnet. But i gotta tell you. The one thing i should have done was by house out there. 'cause houses that were like even expensive like a house that might have been a million dollars out there. You know it's like twenty million now. It's unbelievable the houses just didn't get more expensive. They just got completely out of control on the beach. What a lot of the yeah. Yeah well i was. I was there three years and It was just bad typical. You know just. That's all i can say just to be there and you wake up with the morning. Walk out on your deck and you say oh. I got the pacific ocean. I never got used to it and i'm happy about that. It was it was. It was overwhelming. When i got there. It was overwhelming. The last thing. I was there. It was wonderful experience. All those wild hollywood parties and all that stuff see too many with that. I thought were wild or anything i i went to parties and yet i got to meet people those parties to of the guy that i was always a fan have a at a hollywood edgar bergen. Oh you remember him. Sure he'll a little puppet based charlie mccarthy right. You're pregnant at got the girl and was a big actress with his daughter right candice. Bergen sure i. I think she had a bedroom in their house. Beside charlie mccarthy he had a puppy had his own bedroom who know this little quasi. I'd bet that's probably all. I want to say about that right well. Hey i appreciate you spending time with me. Anything little pieces. I kind of remember from back then. But i've enjoyed remembering some of this stuff so this was very for me. I'm glad to hear that. Hey listen you you've done some great stuff. I mean the the music the movies the tv. I mean you know you've had a hell of a car tackle those psychopathic god. I was unlucky. You gotta be lucky. You gotta be talented to your dancer. Has to be lucky brother. You said no matter so tell us out there right now that this isn't get the chance or a baby.

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"jim he" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"jim he" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"And then maybe that would sort of take them off some of the interviews with them. We get some contradictions you know I. I think he's great from this like. When it comes to the virus what we need to do. It. How know didn't he say? Then he was saying at one point. He said he's not sure that would be a second way. It's the speculation I. Guess I have way he's came out once and said we may never shake hands again. That's the stuff I would maybe pull back on and stick to just the facts of the virus but I. Don't think it's a militias thing on his part. I think a lot of it has to. To do with the fact that he can't go out there and say what he wants to say, and then he ends up doing these interviews and he's doing so many these sports interviews. He's on every single platform. It seems like it might be just like a lesson more situation. Yeah, I agree and and I do think the mixed messaging has certainly rubbed a lot of people the wrong way and he. He doesn't say no to an interview. He's everywhere and he and he and he does. You're right Jim he? He will speculate if he's asked. What do you think there's should be Major League Baseball in October? He Says No, he you know. There's really no filters times with them right and and so yeah, it's frustrating for sports fans to hear those kinds of projections, but all I mean to say as you. You know his job is to get us through this and we sometimes forget that because certain things, he says we just don't want to hear in the moment and again not his full, but if he does an interview and says he doesn't Think Baseball Gets Rock Tober the sport fan, and in their head, says okay well, then what about the NFL, because the NFL's being played now there's no baseball. There's no. It just leads to more sort of anarchy. I think when he when he does that stuff, but again I don't think it's I think he's extremely well intentioned. I think it's just sort of a media PR issue. That would be nice if they can get it straightened out, but of course he can't, because his bosses a lunatic. Man. It's just the way it goes. This episode of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast is sponsored by sleep number. A healthy lifestyle should be easy, right? Eat Your veggies. Drink. Your Green smoothies exercise to get your heart rate up and then do some yoga. Bring your heart rate down. That is a lot..

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"jim he" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"jim he" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The show on the air so you can ask your health question now before we go to any news information let's go to the phones we have Jim he's calling in from Arkansas he's been waiting quite a while want to take his call where do we go over there Alex error or the answer button there all right let's kill over here to the air welcome to the program Dick in Arkansas how may I help you Sir yes there are evergreen but there's a lot of pressure on me a little ashamed yes I don't know what Greenlee forever your whatever and in my self drink a lot of buttermilk I don't think jail's move but a bit better make okay well let's address let's address first the of the shingles situation of the shingles is the chicken pox virus as you probably know already and about one third of all people well it it's probably more than that is probably like ninety percent of all people will carry the shingle part of the shingles or the chicken pox zoster herpes zoster virus ninety percent that's a lot and then about I think statistically like well maybe one in three adults over the age of sixty are gonna have some challenge with that and therein lies the call to action with shingles this virus it's a tough one and he does a lot of questions and a lot of controversy surrounding both the old shingles vaccine the new shingles vaccine which is purported to be better but I'm I'm not a big fan of that I'm I'm a fan of teaching people as we age as our immune systems start to wind down and aren't working as well as they used to especially past sixty past our six decade of life what we need to do to reduce our risk of developing shingles or other viral illnesses whether that be influenza or the flu and that leads us to you know the basic stuff that we all need to know about remember like getting plenty of sleep and eating well lowering your stress getting exercise on a regular basis and knowing that there's certain vitamins that can actually improve our gene expression so that were less likely to get sick in the first place in other words improve our gene expression in the area of the immune system and that begins with vitamin D. which is really the anti viral vitamin is actually a hormone though but it's will called vitamin D. and I think that so many people become deficient in vitamin D. in in particular during the winter months where they're not getting exposure to sunlight sunlight converts cholesterol in the skin to vitamin D. and when you have a plentiful supply of vitamin D. in your blood stream your immune system just works stronger and I really believe in many doctors and other experts believe that more people should be tested for vitamin D. it's a very simple inexpensive blood test that can be measured in your doctor's office called twenty five hydroxy vitamin D. and that should be measured on a regular basis and then adjust the person's level by having them supplement taking nutritional supplements of vitamin E. also very inexpensive we're talking about vitamin D. three that's the one and sometimes on a maintenance level Nick two to five thousand international units of that on a daily basis is just or about the right amount however somebody's extremely low they mean it may need to take a larger amounts for awhile to get their levels up and then back off to the maintenance level so if you have shingles yes you should start a more vitamin D. also we've had great results helping to control of viral replication in people with shingles by having them take black elderberry extract and these are all available in health food stores there's no side effects of these like so the other treatments for these viral diseases lose all of Iraq's and all these other antiviral drugs which have a lot of adverse side effects potential black elderberry extract I've had great results with shingles patients we like to use garlic on shingles because garlic is anti viral as well we just talk to a pharmacist last hour is against talking about hi like age garlic extract one of the better more potent forms of garlic on the market today so that might be on the radar screen for somebody who's trying to recover from shingles as well so we have so far vitamin D. black elderberry extract and Kyle like aged garlic extract in fact now I'm just recalling my E. book Nick there's actually a page in my book secret nerve cares that actually addresses a shingles protocol there's a page in there the gives a list of things that people can use and take supplemental Lee including the black elderberry the Kyle a garlic the vitamin B. if they get into the her up post herpetic neuralgia the pain with herpes and their nerves are being attacked they can take the form of vitamin B. twelve called methylcobalamin methylcobalamin and that helps the nerves to recover quicker that just gives you sort of a thumbnail sketch of the fact that you can have more control number one at reducing your risk of getting shingles by making sure you're doing all the good things in your life style that you should do and remember the things that break the immune system down the quickest are those things that we kind of take for granted sleep while we're eating what we're thinking how we're moving about so you get all those in place and then you learn about the nutrients that help support the immune system through these times that we are challenged by a weather be cold season flu season whatever it may be and you are going to be a whole lot better off there's no question about it whatsoever now you've mentioned the fact that you drink buttermilk instead of regular milk and I think that's probably better because cultured mailbox such as yogurt key for buttermilk are much better because they have live healthy amounts of bacteria in them that will plant more good bacteria in your gastro intestinal track and remember your gastrointestinal tract is home to seventy percent of your entire immune system so it's important that's why probiotics are important it's white taking plant foods in are important because the plant foods will then turn into good healthy bacteria and that's what we needed but you know move away from too much red meat eating especially because it doesn't give the same impetus for prebiotics to create probiotics and the post biotic metabolites but if you don't want to do that you can always take like a doctor here is probiotics which is one of the better ones on the market today no question so there you have it Nick thank you so much for your phone call now as I pointed out last hour I'm gonna get into this topic of bout why it is that touching your food with your hands may cause you to gain weight and since we are a society made up of over a hundred and sixty million Americans who either obese already or are overweight this becomes an important topic and when you look at young children were talking about boys and girls under the age of twenty there also thirty percent in that category of overweight or obesity it's going up it's out of control and we're gonna talk about what touching your food has to do with the risk of gaining weight in a subset population of people we'll get to that right after this break stay with us it's the doctor Bob margin show it may come as a surprise to learn that virtually all people have some degree of cataract formation in one or both eyes by age forty fact is cataract is a leading cause of blindness in the United States but here's the good news thanks to medical research there now exists a way to help prevent cataracts from forming and reverse it in.

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"jim he" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jim he" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Strack redone right corner keep the movie to Carter he by that little centering feed the flex that big data back at the center point they'll put it behind it at a pinball to cry for Hagee little waving at all there'd be a goaltender interference we'll take a look at this lady if that's the call they can challenge to say that it was a goalie interference number seven in contact on the walls and the lighting is gonna look at this and see if they feel it's worth it Jalal McDonough should sit in off the boards and the book comes out front Joseph is there oh boy Jim he was pushed but what that doesn't matter he bumped it does matter the players pushed but I don't know the lady's gonna challenge not to two bottles of the referee it doesn't matter the well he was in it's called the push of course we didn't like throwing him into the goalie but he bought them I don't think that's enough will know that now that they've added the penalty as the price for getting a wall server he as a potential gold taken away good job right out of the way though you Joseph but the goal happened too quickly after that play continues begun at center ice bank today stop the got the benefit of a lot of these calls recently then an off site challenge go their way against the Bruins the other night pocket a lot which shot wide left reasonable room right corner operator the right circle cycles for Yanni gored by that word is checked by can't me following.

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