38 Burst results for "Joel"

Fresh update on "joel" discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

00:42 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "joel" discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"The day they make that trade, they could be a contender depending on what they get. I don't think it's serious urgency right now on December 7th. However, the window is coming, right? December 15th is when you can trade guys who are signed over the summer, league wide. So a lot more guys become available to make trades and multiplayer trades. February 10th is the trade deadline. So here's our window. If we're going to talk about when it's urgent for the sixers because I don't think you want to finish the season with the Ben Simmons stalemate hanging over you still. So the window is about to open. On December 15th, that's when if you want to talk about urgency, that's when I will buy into the idea of urgency from December 15th to February 10th the trade deadline. There's your window. That's when you got to get something done and resolve the situation and put embiid and this team back in position to be true contenders. Yeah, look, I just hate to see another season healthy season wasted for Joel embiid. Agreed. The guy's the guy's a monster, watching him out there is remarkable. And I do think I understand I think the sixers did the right thing early on asking for the moon for Ben Simmons. You shouldn't be bullied into doing a deal for a player of that caliber. But if CJ McCollum is on the table and you can get a first round draft pick sweetener along with it. I think you gotta do it. I think McCollum is good enough. He's not Lillard, but I think McCollum puts the sixers right into that top tier in the Eastern Conference and that's a pretty good place to be. So that's my two cents on it. Sticking with the Eastern Conference for a minute. What's going on with the Knicks? What do we do with here? I mean, I kind of want to scrub from the Internet that video victory lap, I made early in the season on this podcast screaming to everybody that I told you the Knicks were going to be better this year than they were last year, better in terms of one loss record. I was astonished at the over under that the Knicks had a 41 and a half when I was in Vegas, a little while back. Since then, there's been a serious regression in New York. You've got Julius Randle not playing like the player we saw last year. RJ Barrett in a huge shooting slump. The defense top three in the NBA last season has fallen to the bottom third of the NBA. This is where do you want to start? Here Howard. Where? Where have things gone wrong with the Knicks? And most important question is how much of it is fixable? You know, as you're going down that list, I was trying to think like where's the, you know, look, there's always a silver lining here. It's hard to find anything that's really going right with them. It's like, well, at least there's X, right?.

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How Scary Is Omicron?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 1 d ago

How Scary Is Omicron?

"How scary is on the crime yesterday's story by Carolyn Johnson and Joel ochin Bach and the Wall Street in The Washington Post. It's the very best story. The answer is we will know in about ten days. It could be not scary at all or it could be terrifying. It's spreading fast, but it could be a mere mild version of delta, it may also, and this is the dark side. We don't know. Target children far more viciously than the previous varieties of coronavirus have. We do not know. We will know if you want to read all of the good science, go to my Twitter feed and hear your scroll down and I linked the Carolyn Johnson and Joe akin Bach piece. Why didn't the U.S. detect on the case of center doesn't matter? They're going to be more variance. That was The New York Times spent this much paper on that. I didn't even bother reading it. Doesn't matter. It's here. Doesn't matter who messed up or if anyone messed up, the data on the severity is encouraging, according to Doctor Fauci, and I don't really believe much of Doctor Fauci anymore, but I don't think he would be a risk another major error in his presentation.

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Fresh update on "joel" discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

02:14 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "joel" discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"He's been posting big time double doubles every single night. He's averaging on the season about 24 points per game, pulling down 11 rebounds like he's he's been awesome. Like, did they not owe it to Joel embiid to do something? I mean, look, we talk about Portland and would they do McCollum for Simmons? I'm McCollum Simmons swap. Like, if you're Philadelphia, I know you probably want Damian Lillard and you want to protect the asset that is Ben Simmons. If that option is still on the table, but if you have a chance to get CJ McCollum, I think CJ McCollum instantly upgrades Philadelphia into one a or one B in the Eastern Conference. I think McCollum's that good and would be that solid a fit alongside embiid that if you can get seizure McCallum and your Philadelphia, don't you have to jump at that? I mean, listen, CJ McCollum certainly better than having just Ben Simmons contract but not Ben Simmons. And I like see Jim McCallum a lot and I think he'd be great with Joel embiid. You know, there are concerns about like, okay, you may have an undersized backcourt again. And McCollum's not going to help your defense at all or traditionally has not. So it's not a slam dunk. It's not an automatic, but is he a good fit? Yes, is he certainly an upgrade over having just the ghost of Ben Simmons? Yes. I don't know. Listen, I don't know what there's what there is out there that's a better deal. I don't know who the better fit would be. I always loved the idea of Bradley Beal there against somebody who doesn't necessarily defense, but at least as even higher offensive ceiling than McCollum does. But bill's not available. That doesn't appear that he will be anytime soon. To your point, Joel embiid, you do have an obligation to him. He'll be 28 in March and dude is on a tear. So since coming back from his long COVID absence, uh, as we record this, the last 5 games, averaging 28 and a half points, 14 and a half rebounds. 5 assists, which is fantastic as embiid at times this career has not been much of a playmaker, but 5 assists a game over the last 5. At 1.8 blocks a game over that stretch as well. While shooting almost 43, 43% from three, he's been a monster and you don't want to waste a year of his prime. You don't want to waste any part of Joel embiid's prime. So there is some urgency, Chris? Like, I'm not going to say that there's none. But you mentioned the place in the standings. Yeah, the 13 and 11, they're tied for 6th in the east, technically. They're two losses out of third. They're two lost two back at the lost call up from third place in the east. So they're okay. Isn't that like an argument for making like oh yearly open? Like Brooklyn has Kevin Durant but they've got, you know, whatever James 75% of James Harden and unless something dramatically changes no Kyrie Irving. So 0%. It's happening here. There's an opening here. There's an opening. Yeah, let's not look past the books, but the bucks also of course. The bucks have lost brook Lopez a key piece for possibly the season. I mean, I know that they're just saying. Yeah, it's back surgery. On a 7 footer, so I do think there's an opening and I do think that the sixers post Ben Simmons trade whatever that trade brings back could absolutely be a contender the next day..

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Consider Donating to Mike Gallagher’s Angel Tree Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 4 d ago

Consider Donating to Mike Gallagher’s Angel Tree Campaign

"Country and every year that we've done this. The Mike Gallagher show leads the way. So far, 2315 children are being delivered Christmas gifts and the gospel because of Mike Gallagher's show listeners. That number is actually incorrect. Because we can add 1200 children thanks to the generosity of big time donors who are coming to see me in Annie here in South Carolina. $30,000 worth of donations. That's an extra 1200 kids. So add the 1 million 203,000 500 and 15 children. We're almost halfway of our huge goal of 7800 kids and it's only December the second. December the third, here we go again. We're all early December 3rd and we're almost halfway to our goal. Please go to Mike online dot com and click on the angel tree banner. Let's have a Friday celebration together. We got a lot to celebrate about. We got lots of good things to talk about. And making these children's lives filled with the love of Joel a joy of Christmas and God's love and their parents telling them they're not forgotten. That could be a big game changer, just like these COVID pills are going to be a big game changer. Please step up, go to Mike online dot com. Click on the angel tree banner at the top of the page. And thank you for your support. For your generosity for

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Fresh update on "joel" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:45 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "joel" discussed on Balance of Power

"On rally today and a good day for tech as the NASDAQ leads the advances that anzac 100 surging right now 3% it's the biggest rally since March in the NASDAQ shares of Intel right now close to 4% higher Intel planning to list shares of its mobile self-driving car business by the middle of next year Apple the most actively traded hitting a record high of 3.7% at $171 45 cents a share So why the change in sentiment after Friday's sell off Liz Ann Saunders is chief investment strategist at Schwab The volatility that started on bleak Friday with the amaron news really brought a shift in behavioral measures of sentiment And I think that has been a factor in why the market is finding a lift because a complacency that speculative fraud got wrung out pretty quickly When it comes to the markets passive investors are losing out according to Peter lynch the former fidelity Magellan fund manager cites current fidelity stamp that are beating the market A little bit off and Joel tell us on and on We've got some answers year on year after beat the market So I think after the still fantastic deal people are missing the boat Lynch was against on Bloomberg based 8 business heard weekdays from two to 5 p.m. on Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston and her Boston listeners can hear the full conversation coming up at the 4 p.m. hour of today's show Right now the Dell are 509 points the S&P 500 of 96 but as they could posit index up 469 points at your Bloomberg business flash I'm John Tucker This is balance of power on Bloomberg television and radio I'm David Weston The.

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Alec Baldwin to discuss 'Rust' shooting in 'raw,' 'very candid' TV interview

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Alec Baldwin to discuss 'Rust' shooting in 'raw,' 'very candid' TV interview

"Only only Baldwin Baldwin has has done done a a sit sit down down interview interview to to talk talk about about the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of his his movie movie I I didn't didn't pull pull the the trigger trigger that's that's what what Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin this this telling telling ABC ABC in in an an interview interview he he tells tells George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos that that he he would would never never point point a a gun gun at at anyone anyone and and pull pull the the trigger trigger at at them them it it is is Baldwin's Baldwin's first first extensive extensive chat chat since since the the October October twenty twenty first first shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the western western rust rust the the live live round round in in his his gun gun killed killed Selena Selena Hutchins Hutchins the the movie's movie's cinematographer cinematographer and and wanted wanted the the director director Joel Joel Souza Souza Baldwin Baldwin says says he he has has no no idea idea how how the the live live round round ended ended up up in in his his prop prop gun gun authorities authorities in in New New Mexico Mexico have have said said that that Baldwin Baldwin was was told told that that it it was was safe safe to to handle handle the the gun gun when when it it was was given given to to him him I'm I'm

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Maxey, 76ers beat Nuggets 103-89 to snap 5-game skid

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Maxey, 76ers beat Nuggets 103-89 to snap 5-game skid

"Philadelphia pulled away in the second half in route to a one oh three eighty nine win over the nuggets the victory put a stop to a five game losing streak Philly placed six players in double digits led by twenty two from Tyrese Maxey the big ups if I if I do not know I got to give that up I can give our my little be easier row it's a room because ups of I get past them I got easy lay up taking the floor without injured star Joel Embiid the Sixers went on a nineteen to four sport good for an eighty five sixty five advantage with two twenty five left in the third quarter for the nuggets Nikola jokic slugged thirty points and ten rebounds both game highs Bruce Morton Denver

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Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

"The is not even an intelligent person You know they used to have Tim Russert that guy was unbelievable And before him Joel spivak and then they purposely lower their stainless but I have a question folks Here's the anchor on meet the press right What's his race mister White They have their Sunday show on ABC George Stephanie what's his race White They have a Sunday show on CBS nobody watches it What's his or her race White Isn't that amazing Jeff mother Zucker What's his ray He's white I can go right down the list Let's look at AT&T Board a director see ya White What's that all about The ownership of The New York Times always has been white they're immigrants Oh Look at The Washington Post who's at the head of The Washington Post a guy named Fred Ryan White Why does white can be That amazing An activity cross is there talking about truck drivers truck drivers She's met truck drivers and most of them she happens to know an industry populated by a lot of white men over the age of 55 We can't have that in America No no no In Tiffany what have you done for your country What have you done for anybody What have you done for black people Nothing You're a loser All you do is attack people

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Flyers rally in 3rd period to beat Hurricanes 2-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Flyers rally in 3rd period to beat Hurricanes 2-1

"Joel Farabee and Zack McEwen scored in the third period to send the flyers past the hurricanes two to one we can always call was his first in ten games a season former hurricane Patrick brown assisted on the game winner Carter Hart turned back thirty nine shots and blanked Carolina after Stephen Lawrence B. to midway through the second I'm just trying to do my job and just stop oxen and have fun let's party and I think that if the boys are doing a great job of keeping the guys to the outside and limiting second chances Philly took fifteen shots in the final period after mustering just thirteen to forty minutes canes netminder Frederik Andersen made twenty six saves the hurricanes fell to ten into overall five and one at home the flyers are seven three into I'm the ferry

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The Comical Switches of Brian Kilmeade Being Booed and Cheered on Stage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:07 min | 3 weeks ago

The Comical Switches of Brian Kilmeade Being Booed and Cheered on Stage

"And you had that great interaction with ainsley the other day about the Billy Joel concert You know you were saying how in New York if you were to go on stage sometimes you get booed and then you go to Alabama and George and other places And everybody's cheering right Now it's a totally like two different world Real quick I get asked to play in the celebrity All-Star Game at Chase stadium where excuse me Citi Field And everybody can cheer I'd go up in New York where I grew up to 25 miles where I grew up and I get booed and I go wait I mean what did I do I mean I used to play something And then I go out and go to skin's concept and it gets off the stage playing free bird They play watching Ronnie van zant playing in the 1970s and Johnny van synk is off the stage comes up behind it says join me on stage I go wait You're playing free birdie Yeah but my brother's sing this one I think brings me up What country I mean I say what planet am I on but we've seen that you snuck up on me while I watched his concert I mean you can't pay him No you can't You

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"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | Last month

"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Yes. Yeah. Like Joe berry. Okay, Joel, thank you, but I want to have you back to talk more about this. I'm sorry, we only have this much time. Today, how much time this much time, thank you. Thank you very much for having me. It's an honor to meet you. God bless you. Folks, welcome back. Isn't the Babylon be amazing? They're amazing. We've got to have them back on to continue discussing because we didn't get to talk about the book that much because we never know enough time and I talk too much. I'm working on it. Okay, so I want to remind people in our two every Thursday. Today's Thursday, folks. If it's not Thursday in your world, I can't help you. All I'm telling you is right now in our world it's Thursday. And in the first segment of our two, every Thursday, we have asked metaxas. So this is exciting. Chris heims asked me the questions because Alban was faking his scones in preparation of their cute little tour that they did together. And I want to say that in the next few minutes, you're going to see ask attack the questions are hard. And the toughest question was about favorite Greek dish. I really had to think you wait because that man, that was tough. Okay, we got to say this album. We got to say this. We need people to go to new traumatic dot com. I use this stuff all day long. It's fantastic. They get 50% of their proceeds to missions organizations. If you use melatonin, vitamin D, you should be for your immune system, quercetin for immune system, vitamin D vitamin C what else? Stevia. I mean, they've got a million things, but I'm saying that's the stuff I use zinc, magnesium. You should be taking this stuff.

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"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:37 min | Last month

"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Isn't the right thing to do folks I'm talking to I don't know, he says his name is Joel berry, Joel, honestly, that's your name? That's my name. Let me get this straight. Your parents named you Joel, seriously? They did. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know what they were thinking. Were they were your parents serious Christians at that time and they named you Joel for the Joel in scripture or did they name you after some other Joel? No, they didn't name me after Joel osteen or Billy Joel. I was named after Joel and the Bible. So, yeah, all my brothers and sisters were all biblical names. I was thinking of Joel Grey from cabaret. But no affiliation. Okay, all right, just checking. Okay, so you guys have a new book out. Now, how often do you guys come out with a book? Once a year, I mean, you're not known for your books, you're known for your online genius parody stuff at the Babylon B but when did you come out with a book before this? Because this is terrific. Yeah, well this is the first book of its kind. Last year, we published a collection of our early articles the first two years of the Babylon B, we called it the sacred texts of the Babylon B and before that, we wrote a book called how to be a perfect Christian. So it has turned out to be a book a year. Next year, but we respond to what we think the needs of the moment are. So this one is called the Babylon Babylon be guide to wokeness. I want to have you back because today we're kind of crunched for time, but to talk about to talk more about the book. And what's in it, but we haven't talked about that at all really. So give us an example of what people would find in this vital vital volume. Yes, so we hope it works on two levels. We did our research into critical theory. We read all those amazing peer reviewed brilliant scholars responsible for this theory. So we try to be informed in what we wrote. We hope it works on that level if you want to be informed about what wokeness is or you're unsure. But we also put a lot of pictures in it. So there's something to laugh at on pretty much every page no matter where you open. It's a great bathroom reader. We do recommend you get one for every bathroom in your house. In fact, you get more bathrooms. That's a build more bathrooms onto your house and put this book in it. I think that's the way to go. I believe that's what God is saying if people are listening. So part of what you have here, you say you reveal the true messages behind problematic shows such as Sesame Street and Gumby. Man, Gumby's like an old school racist. And you say, inspires readers to see the signs of their secret racism and demonstrates how to become less white. That is fantastic. That is so cool that you guys are doing that. It's hard to become less white if you spend time in the sun and I recently I was in California and I really did visit the offices of the Babylon. I had such a great time and I was so but I was so tan that they thought I was a Wesley Snipes. And I said, I don't know. Guys, I'm white. I'm guilty as charged. And they accepted my guilt. They accepted my guilt. The thing about whiteness in the woke worldview is that it's not just about skin color, you know? If you are a person of color, but you don't believe the right things, you can lose your status as a person of color. You know, it happened to Larry elder. Exactly right. And we list them here in this book. We have a section warning you against assimilation into whiteness and how dangerous that is for people of color. We provide a couple of examples and give you a few handy ways to avoid that happening to you. It's incredible. Do you talk about Asians or Asians considered white or does it have to do with their political views? Yeah. How can you joke about that? They're white adjacent, right? So they're not oppressed enough by any stretch of the imagination or they're too successful to be considered depressed. I guess it's inconvenient for the woke worldview. There has been an attempt I think over the last year to turn Asians into a pressed class. I don't think it's worked very well. Yeah, that kind of happened for a few months. It was there, and then it kind of went away. Listen, I just have to say it over and over again. What you guys do is so funny. But it's become social commentary. I mean, it's kind of funny because we live in the world of wokeness. It's become social commentary. So you guys have actually been attacked. Didn't see an in attack you guys? Yes. You know, I mean, we've been attacked by CNN, The New York Times, snopes, all the fact checkers. We've been called misinformation under the guise of satire, dangerous. The New York Times even had the demand, or we demanded a retraction from them after they had called us a disinformation site. So yeah, it's always coming. We think it's funny because we mean no ill will. But what could be funnier? It's like living in Stalin's Russia. Like, you can't joke about that. They're telling you, you can't joke. Yeah, when we tell a joke, you know, and people laugh, and then you have someone over in the corner saying, that's not funny. It makes it that much funnier. I think that's what's helping us right now. Well, you remember the joke there was a joke like in the 80s, you know, how many feminists does it take to screw in a lightbulb? And the answer is that's not funny. You know, like there's certain play, but that's back when it was just like a handful of angry feminists who represented the universe to be that is that is wokeness. But it's so cool just to see people of every color, every background, every, you know, finding the humor in this. And I think most people do actually, which is why I hope your book will do well. The Babylon be guide to wokeness. When did it come out? It's like it's like out now. It's like brand new. Yes. It's out now. Yeah. So it's competing with my book, so I don't want it to do that well. And you're already ruining things first. I mean, you're killing atheism. So now how can we make fun of atheists now? We're going to have no. Well, you know what? At the end of the day, I got to take care about me, okay? I care about you guys. I got a feed. I gotta feed my family. And so if you guys go down, that's called the free market, suck it up, be a man and fail like a man, okay? So the Babylon be guide to wokeness paper back. And so it's only out in paperback, but if it does really, really successfully, it'll still be out in paper back. But it's the Babylon be guide to wokeness. You guys are just like genuinely funny. You know where that line is, which I find amazing, like you know how to go as far as you can possibly go. Congratulations. Is it Joel berry?.

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"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:52 min | Last month

"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To Joel berry not to be confused with crunch berry or really any berry, Joel berry you're your own man, and you grew that beard of your own volition. Did you grunt it out in hopes of landing a gig with the Babylon bee? Because I know that if they see an unbearded youth walk in, they just think like he's probably not reforms enough for us, right? Yeah. Well, I was hired and I started reading spurgeon and like the next morning, it just was incredible. I'm going a beard virtually all the time. But I just shave it off before anybody notices. But I want you to know that it's there. You know, it's happening, basically. It's happening as much as your beard is happening. It's growing about the same rate. See that sometimes. I think you should the next few years. If you take certain vitamins, you could like grunt it out in four days. It's unbelievable. Okay, so here's my question for you. When you were growing up, like ten minutes ago, who were your heroes? Who were your comedy heroes? Is there anything that influenced you or what's your comedy thing? Well, you know it came a little bit later in life. I'll be honest. I was homeschooled very sheltered. You know, I grew up in the world where you know you don't watch The Simpsons, you know, you stay away from The Simpsons. So I had to kind of play catch up later on. But I want to know what level are we talking? It's one thing to avoid The Simpsons. It's another thing to turn your own butter. Like where were you on that spectrum? You were maybe a step above churning our own butter. We were pretty long Jean skirts on the ladies. Oh yes. And like a whole Holly hobby kind of aesthetic? Yeah. So those early Apple on B jokes where we would talk about the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, introducing its first baptist supermodel in the long Jean skirt. Those jokes were also too good. It's too good. So yeah, so what did so when did you I mean, was it reading the onion? What was it? What were you reading that made you think I want to do this? Unless it was the B itself. Yeah, it was the B itself, you know? I think the bee was originally inspired by what the onion did. Our founder Adam Ford, he read an onion headline shortly after the Alberta fell decision when they redefine the meaning of marriage at the Supreme Court. And it was something to the effect of forced Supreme Court Justices suddenly realized that they will be the villains in an upcoming Oscar winning movie. You know? And that's a pretty good headline, right? Yeah, it's very good. And I think Adam at that point, he read that. And even though he vehemently disagreed with the point of view of the onion, he had to respect the joke. Why aren't we doing this, you know? Right. Well, I mean, honestly, I think the reason we aren't doing this is because there aren't enough brilliantly funny Christians, and it turns out I was wrong, and I'm so thrilled that you guys exist. You guys, the work you do is so spectacular. If there's anybody listening to this program, who doesn't know the Babylon B, I don't know why they wouldn't go there immediately and check it out. So, but do you now that you are a professional comedy writer along the lines of, I don't know, pick a name out of a hat. Soupy Sales. Jerry Lewis. You know, the whole gang of crazies. You now what you find yourself liking now that you've discovered there's humor beyond the Babylon B or is it retro stuff or is it newer stuff? I love retro stuff. I love silliness. You know, I think, you know, classic like vaudeville comedy is a guy Pratt falling down the stairs as the height. So you're pie in the face kind of guy. I love that stuff. Three Stooges, you know, any of that old stuff. I really love just silliness. I think the thing that's profound about it to me is I think it does speak to the core of what makes shared laughter possible. And it's that kind of shared acknowledgment that we're all a little silly. We're all kind of dumb. We all miss the mark. You know, we're kind of acknowledging our shared sin nature, whether we're on the left or the right. And. Gentlemen, the Greek word amartia, missing the Mark. I can't identify with that very much, but I think I know what you mean theologically. So I can't even. Yes, but that's at the heart of humor. You're right. And it is what makes us human. And I think, so there's particular irony that many religious people don't do humor or they don't get humor or they think they think humor is inherently coarse and unbiblical. Well, we get that question a lot, you know, with Jesus approve of what you're doing. How do you square that with your Christian faith? And that question always kind of confounds me a little bit because we take a lot of our inspiration from comedians, but we also take a lot of our inspiration from great satirists like G.K. Chesterton, Mark Twain. You know, Jonathan Swift. And going all the way back to the Bible, there's a strong, there's some strong satire in the Bible when you look at what Elijah did with the profits of bail. Do you think do you think that sorry to interrupt? Do you think John McCarthy would agree with you or would he cast you into outer darkness, which do you think, yeah, I don't know. We make fun of John Macarthur quite a bit, a good naturedly. And we're told he likes it. So I have to like it. How could he not like it? The greatest thing I think I've ever seen was him coming out of the rafters to pile drive Joel osteen or whatever it was. It was like the funniest that there's nothing funnier than that. And it's inside humor, most Americans would not get it. But who cares about most Americans? It's about us. What we think is funny. That's right. John mcarthur's funny, 'cause he's just he has this reputation as kind of the stiff stodgy guy, and whenever we can get him doing something crazy a pile driver, it's just inherently funny. We're saying, I'm a victim a circumstance. And then around like with one leg, like a clock on the floor when he does that kind of stuff. We are talking to Joel berry who claims to be with the Babylon B I'm not seeing any proof, but we're just gonna go with it because we don't have the staff to check these things out. We'll be right back. Around. Hey folks, you've all helped build my pillow into the amazing company it is today. Mike lindell has an amazing offer.

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Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | Last month

Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

"Folks I am talking to Joel berry not to be confused with crunch berry or really any berry, Joel berry you're your own man, and you grew that beard of your own volition. Did you grunt it out in hopes of landing a gig with the Babylon bee? Because I know that if they see an unbearded youth walk in, they just think like he's probably not reforms enough for us, right? Yeah. Well, I was hired and I started reading spurgeon and like the next morning, it just was incredible. I'm going a beard virtually all the time. But I just shave it off before anybody notices. But I want you to know that it's there. You know, it's happening, basically. It's happening as much as your beard is happening. It's growing about the same rate. See that sometimes. I think you should the next few years. If you take certain vitamins, you could like grunt it out in four days. It's unbelievable. Okay, so here's my question for you. When you were growing up, like ten minutes ago, who were your heroes? Who were your comedy heroes? Is there anything that influenced you or what's your comedy thing? Well, you know it came a little bit later in life. I'll be honest. I was homeschooled very sheltered. You know, I grew up in the world where you know you don't watch The Simpsons, you know, you stay away from The Simpsons. So I had to kind of play catch up later on. But I want to know what level are we talking? It's one thing to avoid The Simpsons. It's another thing to turn your own butter. Like where were you on that spectrum? You were maybe a step above churning our own butter. We were pretty long Jean skirts on the ladies. Oh yes. And like a whole Holly hobby kind of aesthetic? Yeah. So those early Apple on B jokes where we would talk about the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, introducing its first baptist supermodel in the long Jean skirt. Those jokes were also too good. It's too good. So yeah, so what did so when did you I mean, was it reading the onion? What was it? What were you reading that made you think I want to do this? Unless it was the B itself. Yeah, it was the B itself, you know? I think the bee was originally inspired by what the onion did. Our founder Adam Ford, he read an onion headline shortly after the Alberta fell decision when they redefine the meaning of marriage at the Supreme Court. And it was something to the effect of forced Supreme Court Justices suddenly realized that they will be the villains in an upcoming Oscar winning movie. You know? And that's a pretty good headline, right? Yeah, it's very good. And I think Adam at that point, he read that. And even though he vehemently disagreed with the point of view of the onion, he had to respect the joke. Why aren't we doing

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"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

09:33 min | Last month

"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You I would get on the show the I believe not Aryan agrarian poet Wendell berry. That's not true. It's Joel berry with the Babylon B I always get them confused. Joel berry, you're probably so used to this by now being confused with the poet agrarian Christian Wendell berry that you're sick of it, or maybe you just don't even hear it anymore. Yeah, my own parents get me confused sometimes. All my life. They quote his lines to you and you're like, mom, dad, no, it's me, your son, Joel. Dad. Anyway, and what kind of a name is Wendell? You know, that's like a poet's name, you know? Like, Wendell really? Is that his real name? What is friends call him? You're with the Babylon bee. And I don't know if you know this, but I'm such a big fan of the Babylon beat that I was in their offices, the other day to do a podcast with Ethan. That's right. Did you did you know that? I knew that and I was very sad that I missed that because I'm a very big fan of yours. I don't believe you prove it. I was kind of I was kind of bummed that I missed it. But you live near there? No, no, I am, I am the sole team member who doesn't live in LA. I live in the Midwest. I live in Ohio. So, well, no wonder I would be there. You have a good excuse. I would say so. It's good though. I can kind of wake up with the east coast. And you get a handle on what the news is that day. And then you write humor, and they take credit for it. Exactly. Exactly. All the funny stuff. Listen, there are people listening to this program who might not know what the Babylon bee is. And I want to say, I was the editor of the humor magazine at Yale University. I went on to write humor for. The New York Times, the Atlantic monthly, I almost wrote for Letterman and Seinfeld, and that's actually true. I was very close, but then I became a born again Christian and I realized humors of the devil, and I stepped away from that career. But I say all that because I never dreamt that there could exist a website that leans conservative and Christian that has the level of humor, the Babylon B does. I thought it was kind of thing like, you know, when I get to heaven, there'll be one of those. But the lord sometimes acts in human history and he gave us the Babylon B what you guys do and I tried to embarrass Ethan Nicole and it wasn't it wasn't hard because he's very humble, but I said that the stuff that you guys write is spectacular and everybody should follow you on Twitter on gab on parler. And wherever they can find the Babylon be, it's genius. And so you, young man, Joel berry, not the poet wendel. You're involved with a new book. Tell us about this book. Yeah, well, the book is called the Babylon bee guide to wokeness. And I think like a lot of people, as all the upheaval that we saw early last year, there was a lot of confusion, I think, around the conversation of what wokeness was what racism is what white supremacy is. You know, I first started noticing it with some prominent evangelicals. They would tweet things like white supremacy is evil. And then you just see this firestorm in the comments. And you'd notice people are talking past each other. And then suddenly you realize that when people say white supremacy, they might mean one of four different things, you know, because what wokeness has done is it has redefined a lot of our terminology unbeknownst to a lot of people. So the beginnings of this book, I think, kind of started last year. It came out in some of our articles that we released the following year. And at some point, we just thought that it needed a book. You know, this whole woke movement is so funny. It's sad. And a lot of people are ringing their hands about it, but there's so much that is just very comedic about it. And we decided to give it the full treatment in this book. That's so typical of assist gender pseudo male to say that it's comedic. Ha ha ha. I identify as a desert storm camouflage colored dove, and I just want to say that upfront. So you know, not to use any pronouns. Pronouns are themselves of the devil. All right, so the Babylon be guide to wokeness. I'm sure it's funny. Everything the Babylon be does is funny. And I want to know Joel, again, folks, if you're just tuning in, not Wendell berry, the agrarian Christian poet. But Joel berry completely different person. Joel berry, my question to you is, how did you get into writing comedy for the Babylon B? You're very young. And yet you have a mustache and beard, so you're not that young. Yeah, it's an interesting story. I was in supply chain logistics sales for ten years. That alone and hilarious. Yeah, thank God, I'm not doing that today with all that's going on, but I wrote some things on the side. I had a little blog. I had a kind of a podcast that I did in my part time. And that was it. You know, I don't have any background in comedy or professional writing. I just was a fan. I started writing for the B on the side and my spare time. And they took me on as an employee about two years ago and to this point now I'm the managing editor of the site. So I don't know. Yeah. Like anybody shows up and they just make you managing editor. No, you know what? What I find funny is that I've written a lot of comedy in humor and I've written a lot of children's books and those are two genres really. Where most people think because children's books are for kids and they're simple, like they could write children's books. And most people because they laugh at jokes, think they could write humor. And actually, I think the two hardest things to write are children's books and humor. If you do it right, basically, because there's a lot of bad children's books, but the idea that you were a fan of the Babylon bee and then suddenly were actually able to do what they do and to become a part of this institution. That's pretty amazing, seriously. I mean, it's just, you know, you can't you can teach a lot of things. But you can't teach talent. And so if you have talent, you can hone the talent, but you obviously really, you really had talent. And who knew? Did you know growing up that you were funny? Well, you know, I think I had a checked a lot of the boxes that kind of fit the voice and style of the bee. I was homeschooled. My sarcasm is my second language. If you're a fly on the wallet at our Thanksgiving dinners with my family, we just roast each other the whole time. That's kind of what we do. So fluent and satire or sarcasm. You know, and it's really writing satire is a very specific form of comedy. You know, I wouldn't call myself a comedian. I couldn't get up and deliver my jokes to a crowd with any sort of success. I wouldn't think. It's equal parts art and science, I think there is an engineering aspect to it where you are wordsmithing, you're shaving off syllables and words here and there to make it succinct and as punchy as possible. What you just said right there, there is such a craft to it. And it is like writing poetry because if you deliver something with three syllables, it's might not be as funny as something with two syllables. You need the punch, and it has a rhythm often. And that's what makes something funny. And it's very difficult to explain that. And yet there's a reality. It's not subjective. There's an objective reality. I mean, the subjectivity involved is involved. But there's an objective reality to what's funny and what's not. Yeah, laughter's involuntary. And my most rewarding moments are when we can make an atheist or a progressive even someone on the other side who doesn't agree with our point of view, when we can make them laugh, I really love that. And if you can make them laugh, it proves that there's hope for them that they're not dead inside yet. That's right. That's right, because we all I think deep down we all recognize truth when we see it. You know, and that's the mission of the Babylon B, we're trying to communicate truth through humor. And when we can make someone laugh and just at least subconsciously acknowledge the truth of what we're saying, it's a really exciting thing to see. If there's a frisson of laughter that emerges from the unconscious, it's proof that the imago day has not been shattered beyond redemption. Isn't that good news?.

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"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Joel berry, my question to you is, how did you get into writing comedy for the Babylon B? You're very young. And yet you have a mustache and beard, so you're not that young. Yeah, it's an interesting story. I was in supply chain logistics sales for ten years. That alone and hilarious. Yeah, thank God, I'm not doing that today with all that's going on, but I wrote some things on the side. I had a little blog. I had a kind of a podcast that I did in my part time. And that was it. You know, I don't have any background in comedy or professional writing. I just was a fan. I started writing for the B on the side and my spare time. And they took me on as an employee about two years ago and to this point now I'm the managing editor of the site. So I don't know. Yeah. Like anybody shows up and they just make you managing editor. No, you know what? What I find funny is that I've written a lot of comedy in humor and I've written a lot of children's books and those are two genres really. Where most people think because children's books are for kids and they're simple, like they could write children's books. And most people because they laugh at jokes, think they could write humor. And actually, I think the two hardest things to write are children's books and humor. If you do it right, basically, because there's a lot of bad children's books, but the idea that you were a fan of the Babylon bee and then suddenly were actually able to do what they do and to become a part of this institution. That's pretty amazing, seriously. I mean, it's just, you know, you can't you can teach a lot of things. But you can't teach

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How Joel Berry Began Writing for 'The Babylon Bee'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

How Joel Berry Began Writing for 'The Babylon Bee'

"Joel berry, my question to you is, how did you get into writing comedy for the Babylon B? You're very young. And yet you have a mustache and beard, so you're not that young. Yeah, it's an interesting story. I was in supply chain logistics sales for ten years. That alone and hilarious. Yeah, thank God, I'm not doing that today with all that's going on, but I wrote some things on the side. I had a little blog. I had a kind of a podcast that I did in my part time. And that was it. You know, I don't have any background in comedy or professional writing. I just was a fan. I started writing for the B on the side and my spare time. And they took me on as an employee about two years ago and to this point now I'm the managing editor of the site. So I don't know. Yeah. Like anybody shows up and they just make you managing editor. No, you know what? What I find funny is that I've written a lot of comedy in humor and I've written a lot of children's books and those are two genres really. Where most people think because children's books are for kids and they're simple, like they could write children's books. And most people because they laugh at jokes, think they could write humor. And actually, I think the two hardest things to write are children's books and humor. If you do it right, basically, because there's a lot of bad children's books, but the idea that you were a fan of the Babylon bee and then suddenly were actually able to do what they do and to become a part of this institution. That's pretty amazing, seriously. I mean, it's just, you know, you can't you can teach a lot of things. But you can't teach

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Editor Joel Berry on 'The Babylon Bee Guide to Wokeness'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | Last month

Editor Joel Berry on 'The Babylon Bee Guide to Wokeness'

"I never dreamt that there could exist a website that leans conservative and Christian that has the level of humor, the Babylon B does. I thought it was kind of thing like, you know, when I get to heaven, there'll be one of those. But the lord sometimes acts in human history and he gave us the Babylon B what you guys do and I tried to embarrass Ethan Nicole and it wasn't it wasn't hard because he's very humble, but I said that the stuff that you guys write is spectacular and everybody should follow you on Twitter on gab on parler. And wherever they can find the Babylon be, it's genius. And so you, young man, Joel berry, not the poet wendel. You're involved with a new book. Tell us about this book. Yeah, well, the book is called the Babylon bee guide to wokeness. And I think like a lot of people, as all the upheaval that we saw early last year, there was a lot of confusion, I think, around the conversation of what wokeness was what racism is what white supremacy is. You know, I first started noticing it with some prominent evangelicals. They would tweet things like white supremacy is evil. And then you just see this firestorm in the comments. And you'd notice people are talking past each other. And then suddenly you realize that when people say white supremacy, they might mean one of four different things, you know, because what wokeness has done is it has redefined a lot of our terminology unbeknownst to a lot of people. So the beginnings of this book, I think, kind of started last year. It came out in some of our articles that we released the following year. And at some point, we just thought that it needed a book. You know, this whole woke movement is so funny. It's sad. And a lot of people are ringing their hands about it, but there's so much that is just very comedic about it. And we decided to give it the full treatment in this

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Seth Curry's 23 helps short-handed 76ers over Trail Blazers

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Seth Curry's 23 helps short-handed 76ers over Trail Blazers

"Mission to keep players the seventy Sixers are able to pull it all one thirteen one oh three went over the trail Blazers Philadelphia took the lead with a call for fourth quarter run at that point the close within three Seth curry scored seven straight points including a three point basket with two oh seven the plate curry finished with twenty three points for the Sixers who were without Joel Embiid who was rested a sore knee hip and Tobias Harris without that health and safety protocol Norman palette twenty two for the trailblazers Michael long ago Philadelphia

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'She was my friend' — Alec Baldwin mourns cinematographer

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

'She was my friend' — Alec Baldwin mourns cinematographer

"Alec Baldwin has spoken publicly for the first time about the cinematographer he fatally shot on the set of the movie rust the actor said he decided to speak with photographers that have been trailing him in the hopes that they will stop following his family around in the chat which took place Saturday Alec Baldwin said little about the actual shooting that killed cinematographer Helen Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza but he did push back against reports that the set was in turmoil over labor and safety issues he says there was a very very well oiled crew before what he called quote this horrible event well would also describe Hutchins as a friend and says he's been in touch with Hutchins husband and is very worried about the couple's nine year old son I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Panthers reach 8-0, winning first game without Quenneville

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Panthers reach 8-0, winning first game without Quenneville

"The Panthers are an NHL best AT and after Alexander Barkov second goal of the night gave them a three two overtime win against the red wings eight two Lewis star in and had a goal and Sergei Bobrovsky made twenty eight saves helping the Panthers move within two of the NHL record for consecutive victories to start the season Andrew Burnett ran the Panthers today after Joel Quenneville resigned as head coach Quenneville was among those implicated for not responding swiftly to allegations by former Chicago player Kyle beach of being sexually assaulted by an assistant coach in twenty ten I'm Dave Ferrie

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Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

"Joel Quenneville has resigned as head coach of the Panthers the decision followed a Thursday meeting with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and came two days after he was among those implicated for not swiftly responding to allegations by a Blackhawks player in twenty ten of being sexually assaulted by another coach an investigation released Tuesday said Quenneville and others in the Blackhawks organization did not prioritize addressing Kyle beaches allegations Quenneville was head coach of the black hawks at the time I'm the ferry

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Rich Valdes Cuts a Pro-Wrestling Promo on Joe 'El Baboso' Biden

Mark Levin

01:32 min | Last month

Rich Valdes Cuts a Pro-Wrestling Promo on Joe 'El Baboso' Biden

"You know shoot as a talk show host talking smack and cutting promos is literally like in my DNA The wrestling part not so much So I imagine if I was going to wrestle somebody let's say Joe el bubble so Biden I would call him out from the locker room curtain right And they would be announcing And Richie V the broadcasting barber he is coming through the door making his way to ringside from the locker room calling out Joel Barbosa Biden and let's go to the mic And I would say Jo el bubble so Biden This is my promo right You don't stand a chance against me in the ring because you're allowing human smuggling at the border You botched up Afghanistan You're destroying the airline industry right before Christmas with vaccine mandates And Joel el bubble so Biden you won't stand a chance against me when you wrestle in this ring right here in Madison Square Garden in New York City I don't know You know you know why Because he wouldn't have the Secret Service He won't have his famous handy dandy note card and he won't have gen circle backpass Silent P of course It'll just be sleepy creepy Joe and me mono Amano American versus chinaman Capitalist versus closet communist And of course I'm gonna do my signature move I guess we're gonna call that the broadcast blast And I will broadcast blast Joe Elba also Biden all over this ring And then the crowd erupts into a chant Sounds like they're chanting Let's go Brandon for some odd reason Anyway that's what it would be like I guess a brother can train

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Durant's triple-double rallies Nets past 76ers 114-109

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Durant's triple-double rallies Nets past 76ers 114-109

"Kevin Durant had a triple double in the nets closed on a sixteen one run to beat the seventy Sixers one fourteen one oh nine Taran had twenty nine points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the nets who trailed by fourteen before getting their first win he finished ten for ten from the line including to the clinch the win James harden dropped in twenty points to help Brooklyn come back from a one await ninety eight deficit Tobias Harris and Seth curry each scored twenty three points for the Sixers who again played without Ben Simmons Joel Embiid scored nineteen points on a sore right knee suffered against New Orleans in the opener I'm the ferry

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Alec Baldwin fatally shoots crew member with prop gun

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Alec Baldwin fatally shoots crew member with prop gun

"Court records include new details on the shooting death of a cinematographer on the New Mexico set of Alec Baldwin's new movie a search warrant obtained by the Santa Fe county sheriff's office so they could document the scene says the gun was one of three that the film's armorer had said on a cart outside the wooden structure were seen was being filmed and that the assistant director who grabbed the gun from the cart handed the gun to Alec Baldwin without realizing the gun was loaded with live rounds cinematographer Elena Hutchins was fatally shot in the chest director Joel Souza who was standing behind her was wounded Baldwin says he's shocked and saddened by what he described as a tragic accident Adam Egypt Mortimer who worked with Hutchins on a twenty twenty action film arch enemy said she was a brilliant talent like she was smiled and she was like oh so you mean we're gonna shoot it European style I'm

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Alec Baldwin calls fatal movie set shooting a "tragic accident"

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Alec Baldwin calls fatal movie set shooting a "tragic accident"

"Investigation has started into the shooting death of a cinematographer on the New Mexico set up Alec Baldwin's new movie Baldwin calls it a tragic accident officials say he fired a prop gun Elena Hutchins the cinematographer it was killed director Joel Suzette was injured on Twitter Baldwin says his heart is broken for Hutchins husband and son and he is fully cooperating with the police investigation in Britain cinematographer Steven hall says they don't know yet but there are many reasons this tragic accident might have happened there are instances where Blanca's been stuck in a barrel another blank has been funding because the charge comes out as much more powerful the moms expecting a sheriff's spokesman says they are gathering evidence and information and Alec Baldwin is permitted to travel I'm a

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"joel" Discussed on Your Adrenal Fix With Dr Joel Rosen

Your Adrenal Fix With Dr Joel Rosen

03:02 min | 2 months ago

"joel" Discussed on Your Adrenal Fix With Dr Joel Rosen

"It's like the Aikido of EMFs. Right? Because Aikido is like using that person's momentum and their force instead of being reactive, you're using it to go against them. It's like the Aikido of EMFs is really exactly well and well put. Joel, so the thing about that is that we should know. Everybody out there should know that the problem with EMF isn't the EMF itself, it is that it oscillates higher, but we can't defend ourselves against it. Our shield isn't strong enough. So that's when it becomes a stressor. And when we're immersed in intensity of EMF, then it collapses our biofuel. And now rather than having a field of energy protecting us that's maybe three feet around us. It's now right on our bodies. And if the EMF is strong enough and keeps pounding enough, it now becomes another stressor that again affects our epigenetics, which could be our real genetics like our DNA and RNA, or it could be simply just a stressor just to kind of squash your immune system so that you become more susceptible to pathogens and or it could just be that it brings out another genetic proclivity that you may have that you may never that was recessive that you may never have seen before, but now you've got this other stressor modern stressor, you know? And so I'm really loving this harmonization piece. And the work that we're doing in this area because it just goes on, there are so many fruitful frequencies, just like food that we eat that's organic that is so healthy and important for our nutrition. Some of these frequencies that are in nature that are all around us. Now, we've already done that as a company, we incorporate Jade stone and different kinds of earth elements in our products. That's the same idea. These stones and these natural earth elements, they generate frequencies that are very common and important for our bodies to be healthy, but we don't get them anymore. We starved from them because we're modern. We wear shoes. We don't touch the earth anymore. I know you're different because I see you at walking every day. And I know that you're wearing sneakers. So even though you're walking, you're not touching the earth, the solo that Rubber Soul is actually insulating you. So even though you're close to the earth, you're not grounded as if you would be if you were barefoot walking in the sand, or just going on your lawn in front or maybe even hugging a tree. It sounds funny. But that tree is planted into the ground. Those roots are grounded. And when you hug that tree, you bring that earth charge into you and that balances your body battery. And it's fortifies that field around you. And so what we've done is taken a page out of nature's playbook. We've loaded up between a 102 hundred frequencies on these little chips. And then we make it as we do with all of our other devices and products we make it affordable so that people can get them, use them.

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"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:08 min | 2 months ago

"joel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Books. And talking to joel rosenberg. The new book is enemies and allies. Joe first question. Can i interest you in some giza dream sheets for mike. Lindell's mike pillow website. If you use the code. Eric wapping discount. Okay let's put that to the side and let's talk about something else. Can we talk about your book. Enemies and allies. Yes and by the way giza egypt and so that is right with the theme of the book. Right is obviously cotton-producing countries. Egypt love egypt. That's the best segue ever going. You know you're a big big big seller of your books you You mentioned some things you said. The media did a bad job of covering the abraham accords. Horrific it strikes me that people talk about. Oh we're so divided. Well a lot of people want to put that on trump. I i have to say having looked at the situation. Because i was not a big fan of his During the primaries. I didn't know whether we trust them. I didn't know i let things play out and i have been so astonished at the viciousness. The these simple irrationality that came out of the emotions of people kind of hatred for him as a proxy for their hatred of. I don't know what something something daddy did or didn't do. I don't know but the idea that something. This central to world history. A valuable accord in the middle east would not be reported would much. It's almost inconceivable to me. Honestly as bad as things are you would think that it's pretty basic like somebody cures cancer. You gotta give props for that. They were trump past. Dr yeah no you're right. There's there's a so the left wing media the mainstream media. I don't i don't expect anything good from. And that's why. I launched these two websites in the middle east. All israel news all arab news to be your middle east correspondent of provide original coverage exclusive interviews but also linked to when there is good coverage. What is that good trustworthy coverage that day. But i'll tell you. I'm particularly concerned about people on on the right of the center. Right peculiar christians or general conservatives who live remained never-trumper. What would that tells. You is okay. We didn't know him and we didn't trust him but even though he's given us you know supreme court justices are pro-life and strict construction est originalist. That doesn't count that he's been more pro-life in any president in american history old. That doesn't count. I have problems with some of the tweets. I have problems with some of the things he's said. But but i'm looking at this and saying and told him you are the most pro israel pro life president in the history of the country not to mention pro growth not to mention strengthening our eyes and putting the fear of god in our enemies. Why because people in the enemy camp around the world my god trump could. He could go crazy on us. That's a good idea. You want your enemies to be off guard. Now it's a little stressful. If if if you live in congress but if you're russia if you're china if you're iran you want them to be off guard and trump really did an amazing job. And i think anybody who can't say look. There are things. I disagree with them on. Fine there's every president's gonna have that we not going to give him any credit for this laundry. List of successes. No i can't in good conscience not adjust my understanding of a person based on what's really happening right in front of me it is is just amazing honestly Where do you see things going right now. Biden has empowered iran He has brought the name of the united states very low in the world. It seems clear that our allies the most of them think that were were a joke. Or we have. We've clearly lost Prestige around the world for what just happened in afghanistan. And that's continuing. When you see our enemies strengthened. Clearly china is the foremost of them. Where do you see this going apart from the intervention of god. I mean it seems to me to be trending in a very dangerous direction. will in the middle east certainly. There's there's two entirely opposite directions that are dynamics that are going on. And this is what i describe at. The core of enemies now is biden is emboldening our enemies. By the and he's rattling our allies by surrendering to the taliban in afghanistan. A country we had one it was. It wasn't perfect and it wasn't a pretty. It wasn't like removing the nazis from peres. We've got paris. I've been to kabul. I've met with tribal leaders. I met with afghan christian leaders. It's a poor impoverished troubled country and it was always going to be that but it was stable. We had one and in one moment biden against the advice of everybody pull the jenga stick out and collapsed the entire thing. now why. that's so bad is because as i as i say the core of enemies and is is that our enemies feelable and iran is. The is the main victor in the collapse of afghanistan because iran now realizes the biden is weak trump pursued a peace through strength policy and biden is doing you know chaos through appeasement and this is a problem. Iran is just a few months away now from having enough. Nuclear enriched fuel that they can start building nuclear weapons and what they want. The iranian supreme leader wants is a nuclear nine eleven. He wants a second holocaust. For israelis israel jews and when i interviewed mohammed bin salman the crown prince of saudi arabia. He told me on. The record is only on the record interview for any book ever. He said the iranian supreme leader is quote the new hitler unquote and the s. gets the iranian threat. Biden does not. What i found was every arab leader that i spend time with fully understands how dangerous iran is and they but they see biden in full retreat from the middle east. What's going to happen. What you wanna watch for now. Is i think this is actually gonna pull the arab nations and israel closer because they now have to build a nato alliance middle east nato as it were as a bulwark against iran. The iranian threats. And i i would be watching the saudis. I think that will be very telling the next year or so. Do the saudis make peace with israel. i talk a lot about that in the book because i've spent a lot of time with a top saudi leadership. It's it's amazing. I'm sorry we don't have more time but it's so good to know you're there. It's so good to know you're writing about all these things folks. The book is enemies and allies Brand new bestseller from our financial rosenberg. And joel i wanna mention again. All israel news Is your website in case people really want to know what's going on joe. Congratulations on the book. And thanks for what you're doing. Happy to be your middle east correspondent. God bless you paradise that they do things that don't give folks alvin. Can i just say that. I'm tan for such a time as this you are. Is it religious of.

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"joel" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"joel" Discussed on Political Analytical

"I will definitely be more stern. On those cases yasser so it's still falls into that more case case type. Deal sir Now i really wanna talk real quick to your manager here as far as what he thinks about this whole process and what he thinks about you know running the whole show basically in getting all these things set up for you. Cj can you tell me a little bit about what it is. You do so being joel's campaign manager. You're a help him. Keep everything in line planning events whether that'd be going in doing charity work somewhere doing raffles going events. In general i kind of helped him with with the social media. Outreach help them just kind of keep everything in line okay. So when you're working with him on all these different issues. I mean it's a it's got kind of take a colt toll on you. I mean what is it that you really want it to. I mean why would somebody want to jump into something like this and and have them take this much time away from their family and and take this type of a toll on themselves. I mean is this something truly believe it. I mean what is it that far you up to where you want to do this well. I wouldn't be here right now. If i didn't if i didn't believe in joel. When i i met him i became very apparent to me that me and him are on the same The way we thinks the same I i work in law enforcement as well. So i've seen that he is very compassionate But he's he. He does his job. He does his job very well. And when he approached me on this you know we talked about it and we furthermore found that we were kind of in the same mindset. And i think he's going to be great candidate in and i wouldn't be here if i didn't think he was anything less than one hundred ten percent. It will do the job while so you don't mind all the extra work extra stress or anything like that. I mean because i mean i. I've watched a lot of the campaigns from the side. I mean i've never been directly involved with one so i don't know that much about what happens behind closed doors but i do know that i see a lot of people kinda like running around like chickens with their head cut off for lack of better terms. You know trying to get things done. I mean is it. Do you find yourself overwhelmed by this. Sometimes know definitely keeps me busy. But i'm i'm very organized person. I'm i'm a firm believer in following a plan creating a plan and sticking to it And you know making justice as needed It's it's been a lot of fun so far. I've learned a lot about myself. Learned even more about joel. And i'm very excited to see what we're capable of awesome and i'm going to be talking to you some more here in just a moment because i want to find out exactly what you've got planned for joel in just a little while so joel let me ask you. What is it that makes you.

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"joel" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

06:59 min | 3 months ago

"joel" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Would stand on one leg and furiously during jeremy. I would wail on my flute right. And then you are tackled by fans or security well. By eddie vedder first then fans then secured. I remember when you played with mr vetter. When you did a tour when you buy did not play with him. I did not play. He played and blew the roof off of the venue in seattle. I'll never forget andy. Richter being terrified backstage because he said shit. We have still more show after this. How do we follow that. Because eddie vetter just came out and leveled the place and we had to walk out afterwards. I had to walk out afterwards. And andy was terrified. He said what are you going to do. And i said i looked at the rundown and it said eddie vetter performs and then i looked at the next thing and it was walker texas ranger lever. Which is a bit off lever. Oh yeah and we would show these clips from walker texas ranger level. And i said andy. Don't worry look walker. Take and andy was like oh walker texas can can if the beatles all came back to life and reformed and played and saying hey jude and they're and all of their biggest hits. I could still follow and say ladies and gentlemen. Here's some clips from walker. Texas insurer and the crowd would say hey. This is better that larrikin. He'll the divisiveness in our country. Right now it really could. I love that bit and we was one of my favorite things to do and then we had to stop doing it. Why because hear me out the actors who are in the clips it started. They started to recognize that we were showing these clips of them and they started to demand all the money that you need to pay them in residuals show it com my producers. My producer came to me and he said jefferson because stop doing. It can't do it anymore because it's gonna cost us millions of dollars. We can't do it. And i said no. We're going to keep doing it. He said you can't. You can't just going to end up going to trial. And i said i want it to go to trial. I said he said we're talking about. And i said i want to go to trial and i want to defend myself and i want to show the clips to the jury and then say ladies and gentlemen that is not acting and that is my legal protection. He's not going to do that. Forget it So it's it went away. Yeah i'll never forget that clip was it with mccully culkin. Macaulay culkin is a little c- child. Yeah and macaulay. Culkin's san well. Thanks a lot you know and like will you sure it's kid you made it through that crazy adventure. We just had and walker goes. Yeah you sure are and then. There's a weird beat and mccully kokin looks up with them and says walker told me i have aids. Oh heli joe allows. I'm sorry haley joel. Osmond sorry. Dan murray mccully kalkin. Yeah i is. He just said walker told me i have aids and it's so judge dropping. Your face falls off like this comes out of left field. You don't know what they're talking about. I remember watching it when the show was when the show and i remember thinking the same thing couldn't believe it and then i thought somehow they've staged this like somehow. This was part of something that you thought manipulate it and i was like. How did they do that. No that's an actual clip. But then the look on your face. Gandhi's face was so wonderful we would play that we used to do it on the show and it would always destroy. We would show all these clips and then we made it part of the two thousand ten tour and it'd be thousands of people packed into the these larger chanting. He told me he told me. Dates madness was absolute madness. I put into my instagram story. You and david bowie when he was singing to you. Oh yeah which is passed but it and it's pretty remarkable. You have those moments. There's david bowie right now singing to you. I have that when i look at and she had this to you. Look at a clip of something you did with somebody and i'm starstruck and it's twenty years later and i think you've done this really well and i know i've done it which is stay in awe like still to this day. I know there's lots of bad behavior in hollywood here. People like oh and then she or here's like burst out of the trailer and through a lot on someone who was like you call this fucking hot and i just. That's what i try to if you ever get close to that. I'm just going to hang myself. Because i've seen it with you when you've screamed at your last for the coffee to be hot and i expect to cough it'd be the coffee is hot. I throw it so. I'm going to shame. You okapi is moving through. The arab becomes way less hot. So that's what. I always say by at time so no wonder it's coming back colder than you want. It hits their face. And then i lick it off but it's no it's it's true. I think i think you. And i both have the same thing. Which is we're really delighted to get to do this. And i'll say this about you. Because i know you well you work really hard you are. You have incredible workout the problem. Why is it a problem but you. I'm a workaholic. And i have like obsessive compulsive about it. And if i feel like there's a week off somewhere i'm like i'm never gonna work again. They still have i. I've never learned as a young like a young actor was like all i wanna do is work and i could and then finally when i started working it's working but now i still. I probably need to calm down. But yeah i i work. Do you feel that way. I think it's not that. I'll never work again. But when i was in fifth grade. I thought my best years were behind me. I really did i really. I remember thinking got that plane car to ride on my spokes right where it should be. The banana seat is clean. Remember when i was about eleven or twelve. And i come from a big family. Everyone in my family there were six of us the other five or headed out to go out trick treating and to keep in mind to them older than me and they're all putting on their masks and they're going to go out and trick or treat and i wasn't doing it near like what's up and i went. I think that time so for me it was like nixon was president. You know what was happening. But i remember this feeling of those. Were good times. But that's over now. And i had these old sepia tone photos of me from the previous six years of my life. Those were good times when they lasted. I see here's the difference for halloween. My the second. I could go out. I would run. I would run to the homes because my goal was to get all the candy. I male right. So i would i would. I was fifth grade or fourth grade. And my i would come back at eleven thirty still knocking on people's homes and they and my mom and dad like where have you been like. I got it all and that's my that's there's none for anyone else that's my mentality. The other thing is interesting is that you are something. I think we could probably have in. Common is a stupid haircut..

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"joel" Discussed on Developer Tea

Developer Tea

05:03 min | 4 months ago

"joel" Discussed on Developer Tea

"To it's called modern. Cto he can find that at modern cto dot io jolan. I have wanted to have each other on each other shows for quite a while. Now so we finally did it In fact we had a conversation that kind of went back and forth. We interviewed each other at the same time This first part was pretty heavily. Joel kind of interviewing me. So it's a little bit different from the average interview that you hear you hear on this Pike cast but hopefully this isn't engaging discussion. You get a little bit more of a look into my working life and some of my personal belief and philosophy and that kind of thing. And i'm really excited to share this with you But i'm more excited to send you over to learn more about modern. Cto it's modern cto dot io. Thank you again to joel for joining me for today's episode of developer t. Let's get straight into the discussion. So i was curious now. A little bit about your your plane flying hobby. Can you tell me about that. Yeah i wish. I could carry the camera although the plane right now is actually out for maintenance but so Back in. I think it was two thousand. Jason will lose malul time here at believes 2017. I came to the realization of a friend of mine actually was going to get his pilot's license being training and that kind of thing and i came to the realization that i'm an adult. I'm an adult now. I can do this stuff. I can just kind of go and get my pilot's license. If i wanted to and i never really thought about it from that angle. My dad has flown. Since i was you know actually since before i was born and we had an airplane in our family assessements that he rebuilt engine with his father. And it's still in our family. And so i thought well you know this kind of kills a bunch of birds with one stone right. I'm gonna get closer to my dad We're going to have like a shared hobby..

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"joel" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:29 min | 4 months ago

"joel" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"So she has a very sharp take on personalities. People is not cynical at all which i thought was remarkable. Has kelly have there been any particular changes that you've noticed in your lifestyle. Yeah i mean definitely. There's a lot more like face creams and stuff in the house. Now it's not like you're watching real housewives of salt lake city now. No it's a fascinating show. Joel check it out sometime. The real house was of salt lake city. That sounds like a great one. I can give you a lot you know. We need to step up our guilty pleasure reality. Tv game. i feel that is something that we're lacking in our relationship and we need to be better. It's easy to dismiss as frivolous and vapid but the you ever watch the for the love of ray j. No is it good. I mean that's like eight nine years ago it was great. That was really good television. It was basically like the bachelor but it was really j. and he was also the producer of the show and it was just a bunch of girls that were supposed to bag tried to hook up with him and then he would hook up with all of them. It was about you know for rage eight to find love and he didn't. He didn't find love in on buddy but it was great television. I have some great recommendations for you give them. I love below deck mediterranean. Check that out below deck mediterranean. What is it. Follows a group of young people who work on charter yachts. And it's good. It's fun television. There's some boat crashes everyone sleeping with each other general like love island meet no. There's no competition it's simply following these employees. It's basically can make it through the season it's good..

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"joel" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:13 min | 4 months ago

"joel" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Gentlemen. You're listening to qualify with your host on affairs just trains on the drenched in sweat. What did you do do you masking workout talk. I just had my friend over and we were wrestling in my garage. i the as marshall called brazilians. You basically just try to choke each other and break each of his arms and when someone is in a position to do that the other person gives up. And then you start over. Are you a fair loser. Just in general. Yeah i think i am. Are you a good apologize earlier. In general i am. I don't mind apologizing ashley. don't mind it at all if it can end the fight. I'm very happy to. I think i learned from my mom. She is very good at those kinds of things. Instilling those sort of morals of not having ego in the resolute bing fights. Okay so joel. Will you tell us about practice. Excavate so pictures excavate. Him is the skeletal deformity. I think it's the formerly that happens in one in two hundred to some degree and they grade this to a one to ten and i had like a seven and a half to eight in severity was pretty severe. And what it is is that it. It's your sternum continues to grow when it shouldn't and what happens is that it pushes the star in and creates this concave chest. So i realized that. I look different. You know maybe. When i was it'd be nine ten. I mean look notice that it was different but then it was more kind of fun. Remember i could you know i could have four like almost a whole soda. Drink it from a straw was pretty creative. But i imagine as you grow up. It affected you differently. Yes then this sort of the peer reality set sin and i just remember you know start getting picked on about it and and you know bullied and.

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"joel" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"joel" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

"Joel chapter three verse fourteen multitudes multitudes in the valley of decision for the day of the lord is near in the valley of decision this is really a summary verse in a sense for the book of all throughout this book. You see mention of the day of the lord which had meaning certainly in giles. Day as god through joel was warning. His people that his judgment was coming that they would be sent into exile because of their sin. But there's a bigger picture here to in the book of joel because we are seeing a picture of the day when judgment from god ultimately comes for all people before him multitudes multitudes in the valley of decision for the day of the lord is near in the valley of decision. The picture is crystal clear here. All over the bible you and i will one day stand before god as our judge and his judgment will be final. That is a sobering thought. The joel chapter three verse. Fourteen is teaching. The bible teaches now for all who have trusted in. Jesus we look forward to that day not because we have done enough things in order to be judged by god worthy to come into heaven and spend eternity with him no the farthest thing from it. We are knowledge and for that day because of what we have done. We're looking for that day. Because of what. Jesus has done for us and through faith in him. We look forward to the day when we will stand before god as centers not deserving of entrance into eternal life with him yet by faith in jesus his death on a cross for us his resurrection from the grave his righteous life accredited to us we will be welcomed into eternal life with him so i would just ask you as you're listening to this like. Do you have that kind of confidence. That kind of anticipation when it comes to that day if not. I urge you to trust in jesus valley of decision. You're in it. Decide to trust in jesus and when you do and for all of us who would say yes. I look forward to that. They have trusted in jesus. Let's look around us and see multitudes of people where we work in our neighborhoods among the nations who are in the valley of decision. Who will one day stand before. God is you just think about picture every face you've seen today every person you've interacted with today or will interact with today. Every single one of them will one day stand before god is judge so god we pray you would give us an urgency today to share the gospel with them to call them to decision to urge people to trust in jesus to save them from their sins. Today might not fear the day of judgement. That is coming. The day might look forward to that day. God we pray for this people right around us for people in our families. Friends neighbors coworkers for people in our path that we come across we will. We didn't even know we were going to meet. Gotta repay you give a sensitivity and boldness to share the gospel with them to see them as part of the multitudes in the valley of decision in god is see people far from us like this gallery. Pray for the khorasani turks in iran. Almost a million of them zero point zero percent followers of jesus most never having even heard the gospel. God we pray they right now if they were to stand before you in judgement all of them all one million of them would be cast out of your presence in ever lasting judgment forever. God we pray for your mercy on the khorasani turks. 'cause your church to go to them send out laborers to the khorasani turks. We pray send us as your church to them. Got to help us known to keep this gospel to ourselves that was to spread this gospel among all the nations. Starting right where we live among our neighbors and co workers and friends and family members. God we pray that you'd help us to see the world the lens of joel three fourteen today to see multitudes multitudes of people in the valley of decision we know the day of the lord. The day of judgement is coming. So pray you'd give us baldness compassion. Your love to share the gospel with urgency. In jesus name we pray

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"joel" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"joel" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"In two thousand sixteen joel guide junior lived in baton rouge louisiana. Joel was unemployed and was being financially supported by his parents. Joel senior or mike as his family called him and his mother lisa guy. His parents lived in knoxville tennessee. But thanksgiving of that year was set to be the last in their home has had recently sold it and were moving to surgeons ville tennessee. Mike had been laid off from his job and they removing into his deceased. Mother's home after nine years of supporting their son. Mike and lisa were planning on telling him over thanksgiving that he would have to make it on his own. Jill junior had driven from baton rouge before thanksgiving the family including joel's three adults sisters celebrated thanksgiving eating dinner and looking forward to christmas in their new home. His sisters left but joel remained for the weekend. Mike and lisa were seen on friday when they took their boat to a relative's house. Joel junior returned to baton rouge on sunday november twenty seven. Th two thousand sixteen on monday november twenty eighth jacobs engineering in oak ridge contacted the knox county sheriff's department to report a welfare concern because lisa had not shown up for work. Nor has she called in a patrol. Deputy drove by the house but did not observe anything suspicious from the road. Lisa's employer was not happy with this response. So someone called the major crimes unit. They explained to the officers that lisa had a meeting scheduled that day and she would not miss it without calling someone. An officer looked in the windows and he saw signs of a when the officers entered the home. They found a gruesome crime scene. There was blood spattered in many areas of the home and the bodies of mike and lisa were found spread across many rooms of the home. Mike severed hands were found on the floor of the bedroom. The torsos of mike and lisa were both found in plastic containers in one of the bathrooms. The torsos were in a solution peroxide bleach acid and rubbing alcohol presumably in an attempt to melt the bodies. Most terrifically of all was the discovery of lisa's head in a huge stock pot on the stove. Vast amounts of evidence were collected from the house including to wallets that. Were on the kitchen table. The wallets belong to mike in lisa. The chemicals used in the plastic containers were found with tells and trash bags. Most damning was a notebook. Joel juniors room. The notebook contained written plans for murdering the older guys and also had details about their finances. And who would inherit the written plan included. Kill him with the knife. Clean up the mess from him before she gets home. The next step was to kill her with a knife. Then placer in the shower and turn on hot water and pointed at her to get rid of forensics. The instructions became even more detailed cut off his arm and plant flesh under her fingernails. You sodium hydroxide. Destroy his soft tissue and soften bones for transport based once every hour to accelerate the instructions. Then spell out how to clean the crime scene and to turn the heat up to ninety degrees fahrenheit to speed up decomposition and melt fingerprints. The author of the notebook had explored such as setting the house ablaze or flooding it to destroy forensic evidence. There was a note to send a text from her phone to me late sunday to prove she was still alive. Other pages detailed the assets held by mike and lisa one note said lisa had five hundred thousand dollars which would be all mine. There were also additional instruction such as flush chunks down the toilet not garbage disposal. There were also instructions to bring a blender and a meat grinder. Mike had been stabbed forty two times suffering some of his ribs and puncturing his lungs kidneys and liver hands had been removed at the wrist and his arms had been removed at the shoulders. His legs were removed at the hips and one ankle had been removed at the joint. Mike had many defensive wounds which indicated he had fought for his life. Mike was hit so forcibly in the shoulder by a blunt. Force weapon that the weapons splintered off and a piece of it was found in his muscles after he was murdered. He was undressed and his clothes were left lying on the floor. His bloodstained cigarettes were left on top. Lisa was stabbed thirty one times so ferociously that nine of her ribs were suffered. Her legs were removed at the knees and her arms were removed at the shoulders. Her was also cut off after she was dismembered. Her head was severed and put in a large stock pot. The pot was filled with liquid in place on the stove with the lid. The stove was turned on. And the potluck simmering. Police arrested joel guy junior and baton rouge on november twenty ninth. He was soon extradited tennessee to await arraignment. He was charged with two counts of first degree murder. Which later expanded to charges of theft and abuse of a corpse. Due to the cost of chemicals used on the remains it was hard to definitively point to the time of death but based on receipts and security footage investigators believe lisa was between twelve eighteen. Pm and three thirty five pm on november twenty. Six lisa had been to walmart and purchased groceries checking out at twelve. Eighteen joel was seen in walmart at three thirty five pm. And he had wounds on his hands he was purchasing self care items. Apparently to take care of his wounds family members said it was offer lisa to enter the house through the front door because she usually entered through the garage and walked into the kitchen. However the groceries were found scattered in the foyer indicating she probably came in the front door. My sister rene charles said mike and lisa were not expecting jolt. Come home for thanksgiving. So said they were going to tell him over christmas. He was no longer supported by them. He was planning on coming home for christmas. Mike's oldest daughter. Michelle testified that. She saw her parents on october. Twenty eight and they had told joel to start looking for a job. She said that thanksgiving was somewhat tense. Because they had told him they would no longer be footing. The bill one of their daughters said lisa only worked to support. Joel defense attorneys argued that these comments about joel being cut off financially were hearsay and had no relevance however judge sword said some of them were relevant and pointed to motive. Lisa supervisor said lisa was planning on retiring on december. second two thousand sixteen so her and mike could move. She was looking forward to retirement. Lisa had talked to her boss about their issues with joel and told her they were planning on cutting him off after retirement. This supervisor was the one who contacted the knox county sheriff's department when lisa did not arrive to work on november twenty eighth two thousand sixteen. She testified that when lisa did not show up to work that morning she began texting her and then resorted to making phone calls. She even called and texted. Mike's phone around nine thirty a m. She called the nonemergency sheriff's department line to report a welfare concerned as the audio of this phone call began playing during the trial. Joel began smiling and almost laughed one on monday. November twenty twenty twenty nine thirty a. m. g. m. offset of negativity hundred minutes agent. I d e extension. If two hundred three. I have an employee that has not reported for work day and highly unlike her. I've tried called her home number. Checkout cell phone can't get a hold of her. what can we do about that. Could somebody govind echo nam avenue. It is one one four three four golden view flying..

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"joel" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"joel" Discussed on Photography Radio

"If I'm someplace and I. Hear what I call the Zen. Bell then Beleza, thing makes a sound like this. It's really tiny. But sometimes, that tiny little notation is louder. Significantly. This forecast is brought to you by frames. Upcoming Printed Photography magazine here is your today's host. W Scott Olson with other fascinating conversation. Well hello, everyone, welcome to another podcast from Frames magazine, Mine Scott Olsen, and today I have the distinct and complete honor of talking with Joel Meyrowitz Joel is the definition of street photography, and has been for decades now is a work has appeared in the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Getty, the tape modern a, he's the author of more than twenty five books, and you cannot do street photography without knowing about Joel Meyrowitz his work has been a defining and transforming for quite a long time Joel good afternoon. How're you? Could. Ask to Scott I'm great. Thank you for that. Lovely intro. God have I been around that long. Well it may be I mean I I was teasing somebody other day. If they put street photography in the dictionary, your picture would be the one next to the definition. It's you have a new book out, and it is a wonderful book. It's called how I make photographs, and it's part of the masters of Photography series in before we get into the book itself, which is a fine book. A little bit about the masters photography series. What what is that? And what is this hope? Oh I tell you. It I I am so pleased to be a part of that group about four years ago. Chris Ryan. WHO's a photographer himself in? London came to me and said you know the time is right for an online photography class that the smartphone has bread. Over a billion people on the planet you know into wanting to be photographers and improving their game. He said and I think the time is right to do an online course. And this was right about the same time as masterclass came out in California. Of course they're. They're not only photography very in a writers and. Performers in script writers and things like that, so I'm Chris and I sat together for a while. And I liked how undersea was how familiar he was with photography itself, and how he wanted to be this generous offering to make this generous offering of of you know qualified photographers who can teach and so together. We worked up but it turned out to be thirty five lessons. And the course runs five and a half hours and the modules as we call them are anywhere from four minutes to ten or twelve minutes, and they take on in my case, street photography landscape, photography portrait photography shooting from a moving car interiors. I, in you name it anything that has a photographic question. Attached to it that has become of interest to me in the course of my life is something that I try to share. In, the in the most simple and direct way, no secrets held back. Just give it all away, and and it's a it's a very reasonable price I think it's about one hundred and sixty or seventy dollars for five and a half hours. And We! We've made a community now and there are a number of other photographers, Albert Watson and Steve McCurry. And David Yaro who is a remarkable. Animal and wildlife photographer. We just brought on a woman Tara for who works for National. Geo- so I think it's growing, and it's beginning to.

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"joel" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"joel" Discussed on WTVN

"The rest of the week Joel was back with you next Monday if you've been listening throughout the morning or watching the news some troubling stuff out there in the news the church shooting in Texas we've talked about that this morning there's also the anti semitic attacks that have been going on and very troubling in scary stuff going on in New York and for that we have Michael by our joining us right now with comment on that this is been on ongoing thing here's what what's the latest on what we've seen over the weekend here Michael well we're now seeing Jewish groups and political leaders calling for increased protection in New York after a string of attacks during Hanukkah and let members of the region's Jewish community on edge and rightfully so Saturday night you an attacker break into a home a rabbi were ongoing Annika festivities were happening and then stabbed five people with his machete that you broke into the house with it was about thirty miles north of New York City folks there in that house beginning to fight back throwing furniture at the attacker who is sealed the door and then broke himself out try to get his car to take off one of the people at the party wrote down the license plate for his get away vehicle and police family got about forty five minutes later covered in blood with a blood soaked machete in the backseat of a car so they feel that they've got the guy who did this the guy who is now accused of five counts of attempted murder one count of first degree burglary but according to what we're hearing from that individuals lawyer and perhaps even his family was that it wasn't necessarily an anti semitic attacks in the fact that he was constantly somebody who is anti Jewish on some level but instead was somebody who suffer from profound mental illness for which he received episodic treatment that's what we're hearing this morning now with that we know that grab and Thomas has been arrested twice before according to police for menacing and reckless endangerment now whether those two instances or even one of those two instances is that that the the the behest of of Jewish communities we just don't know yet we're waiting to see how that's all going to fall together here but at this point I'm Andrew Cuomo the governor of New York describing the attack as domestic terrorism and this isn't the first you can go back just in the last week alone here Madden and take a look and say okay well that happened on Saturday but on Friday you had a woman arrested for what they're saying with hate crime harassment for slapping three other women in the face and head in crown heights and earlier in the week of Miami man made and I semitic remark and then attacked a man wearing a yarmulke in midtown Manhattan so those two things happen this week alone and then it might feel like a lifetime ago but it's been less than three weeks since that kosher store in New Jersey in Jersey city New Jersey was attacked as part of the hour long assault that left six people dead so according to the NYPD they're saying hate crimes are up more than twenty two percent in New York City right now and New York city's police hate crimes unit is investigating eight anti semitic incidents reported since December thirteenth alone so this is definitely something that they have concern about right yeah I and I don't know that there isn't an answer to this question and Michael or you know because you can't necessarily understand hate a yes but is there indication is what is prompted this spike in these hate crimes no eight and that's a part of what the investigation there hoping to see if there is anything that kind of links together or if this is just something that has been antagonized over the span of year because last year you had a number of synagogues that had yup I break ins and people were spray painting swastikas on the side of them more inside of them more or not see sayings on some level but this is been ratcheted up and now you're looking at out now to tax it again we don't even know from this individual who conducted this attack in upstate New York on Saturday night was somebody who was anti Jewish on some level although he seemed to be yelling things in that home while he was doing the attacking that would indicate that on some level we we've yet to kind of link all of that together to figure it out but it does you know there it does beg the question if there has been sort of an up tick over the last year and and frankly when that went back to a time and place where there's been an uptick overall in the condemnation of some of these different types of religions and perhaps even religious freedoms yeah scary stuff Michael Bauer thank you for so much for joining us feeling is in on the anti semitic attacks that have been spiking your area.

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"joel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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02:41 min | 3 years ago

"joel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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