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President Biden on states lifting mask mandates: 'The last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking'
"Math mandates are being lifted, and most of her not all limits on businesses are being relaxed at the White House today. The president says he wishes some elected leaders understood the science of math and social distancing. The last thing we need is a Neanderthal, thinking that in the meantime, everything's fine. Take off your mask. Forget it. It still matters. After the president's comments on Capitol Hill, Republican Senator John Cornyn of Texas responded
Chicago Police Department To Begin Tracking Wrong Raids Resulting From Faulty Information In Search Warrants
"Rules on search warrants are being unveiled this morning by Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown and Mayor Lightfoot. The aim is to prod, try and prevent a wrong rates like the raid at the home of Engine eight young that left the A woman naked for 40 minutes while police searched her home among some of the new policies, warrants must now be approved by a deputy chief or above. That is three weeks ranks higher than the current requirement that all warned to be approved by a lieutenant or above. There will also be the need to have a female officer and lieutenant or higher present. While serving search warrant. All wrong raids must be reported immediately. The mayor plans to hold a public comment period on those changes.
Philadelphia Union Leader John Dougherty Faces New Federal Charges
"Union leader John Dougherty has been taken into custody by federal law enforcement agents this morning. Still unclear why Dougherty is already facing federal charges. The Department of Labor accuses him of Intimidating union rivals and stealing union funds. He was set to go to trial in May again. Sources tell us that local 90 eight's of the IBF's W. The electrician's union leader, John Dougherty, is in federal law enforcement custody. We're still waiting to find out. Why stay with us. Who will bring you details as we get them are other
When It's Okay To Be Emotional In Front of Our Kids
"I think that where we will come to in this is probably like most things. There's some balance right that we understand to certain degree that there is harmfulness in kind of using our kids as like coat racks for our baggage right like dumping all of our problems on them. I don't know how we're gonna make it like. They want to see strange from us. And they want to see that we're okay and that's important for them emotionally but at the same time like doing the crazy tap. Dance of like mummies never side mommy's always the clown at the party and then mommy goes in cars in the shower. That can't be right. Either right yeah no. It's not and there's a bunch of reasons. Why should we get to that to start talking about why that is. Let's dive in me. So there is an expert named john. Lambeau he researches emotional awareness and kids and so he talks about the different sort of ways. You can approach this and you know the strengths and limitations of each approach so the first one is what he calls suppressed emotion. Like what you were saying about like everything's fine. Mommy's never said never showing emotion in front of the kids. You know julie's grandmother who never cried in front of the kids when her husband died when her oldest was eleven. You know the like the complete toy soldier. There's a reason why that doesn't always work very well when you hide outward signs of emotion. You're the work that you do to suppress. The emotion causes your blood pressure to go up. And that stress is outwardly manifested. You're suppressing the emotion is also coming across to your kid and as you like to say kids make everything about themselves. So if the kid doesn't see you crying about something but sees you battling with yourself not to cry about something while you're you know slinging the chicken nuggets for dinner. They're going to see that. And without an explanation around it will maybe create one that centers on themselves and something that they have done wrong right. So that's why you can't suppress entirely and you also i think there's another aspect of this. You can't suppress because kids know the try and that's hard too because if your kid sees you lie they're gonna know you're lying basically you know and i went through this. My mom passed away. Three and a half years ago now and it is really hard because i was really sad and i honestly it wasn't that i wanted my kids not to be sad. It was that. I didn't want one more thing on my plate and i really didn't want to have to deal with my mom's you know end of life anxiety that i was there and talking her through with my incredible sadness that she was dying. And then like looping my kids in so that they could also put more stuff on my plate. That seemed very overwhelming to me. But i remember at the time my oldest was probably Let's say nine. And i walked upstairs one day after coming home and he said how's grandma and i said you know she's not doing very well and he said issue going to die and i just had a moment of like. Yeah i guess she is. You know and but i do remember like. I don't think i would have offered that. He asked the question. I wasn't gonna lie about it. But i really understand why people don't wanna loop their kids into it and it's not just that like they were taught to keep a stiff religion. That's wrong it's because like it adds germinal burden that your kids are burdened
The Origins of the Honey Trap
"The term honey trap has a surprisingly apt history. Like the idea of fem fatality itself. It exists somewhere at the border of fact and fiction originally coined by celebrated spy writer john carey in his nineteen seventy six novel tinker tailor soldier spy it moved from fiction to life. The intelligence community started using the term. One of the reasons it made that jump is because it's a succinct metaphor for a real long standing espionage tactic. The spy positions herself as sweet tempting delicious like honey. Her tools are charm sex or the suggestion of sex. And as they say you catch more flies with honey. Honey is also sticky. Once you're caught in it. You're as helpless as a fly to. The tactic is proved effective for many different intelligence agencies. Today even male spies can be found playing these cards but traditionally it was considered a strictly female domain. In fact the only female domain in the world of espionage and on the surface it sure did seem like a lovely gig one overflowing with alcohol sex a good time and targets who had no idea that their momentary pleasure was as dangerous as a knife at the throat.
Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin Considering Running For New York Governor
"Exploring a run for governor Selvan is Republican and a strong supporter of former President Trump, who lost the state in the last presidential election. I've received phone calls texts, emails from supporters, New Yorkers of a across the entire state over the weekend, Zeldin releasing a statement accusing Governor Cuomo of lies, cover ups, bullying and abuse. Nick's taking on the
Mother arrested after 4-year-old girl found wandering New York street alone at night
"Walking alone in the Bronx late at night is under arrest. 32 year old said Icka Abdul Salam, charged with abandonment of a child acting in a manner in jury is to a child and reckless endangerment. Daughters to Dia was seen at the corner of Prospect Avenue and East Wonder to 56 Street and long would just past midnight Saturday morning. She's down the Cara VCs. Ah, third woman now has come
Biden says US will have enough vaccines for all adults by end of May
"Supply of Copan 19 vaccines will be enough for every adult in the U. S. By the end of May that today from the president, he says, it's thanks to ramped up production of a one dose vaccine by Johnson and Johnson. This country will have enough vaccine supply of state again for every adult in America. By the end of May. It's now the third Copan 19 vaccine being distributed
Andrei Vasilevskiy delivers consecutive shutouts, Lightning top Stars 2-0
"Vasilevskiy was once again dominant. He stopped all 20 shots He faced supposed to shut out in his second straight start and earn his second shutout overall this season that earned him the first star of the week in the NHL. Is now posted shut outs and back to back starts five times in his career, and he's gone seven consecutive periods without allowing a goal. When you talk about the advantage the Lightning has in net every game. It's pretty wide, especially in this division. Vasilevskiy is head and shoulders better than everyone else. Ben Bishop might have a say in that, but he's injured right now for the stars Brian and Blam from Sun Sports and My partner for The Last Call, which is presented by Jack Daniels told Dave Michigan and me on power lunch yesterday. That vast Celeski has grown so much as a netminder. He's a machine. He really s vasilevskiy. That really interesting character. And, of course, is a hockey player. He's very quiet with us. Naturally it apparently he's a real riot with the players, you know, on practice, days and days in between got a great sense of humor. But he is all business. When he shows up first thing in the morning, you talk to other players and go. You just leave Vasi to himself. He's he's already in that zone. He's got the body for it. It's 63 and well over £200. He's got the long legs and long arms. You know, we're talking about circuits have an experience exactly the same thing of front, John Goaltending coach talked about it recently saying that you know, vastly going all the way and winning the cup. It solidifies everything that they've talked about all the way along How your off season training regiment right through to the very last save in Game six against Dallas to win the Stanley Cup. Your gold center. Oftentimes is your best penalty killer and the Lightning had to kill off six power place from the stars, and that was big, according to egg blam, and he loved what he saw. Thought Alex Killorn had some sequences. I would point him out, especially. I thought he was incredible. He had four if not five. Individual plays where he just dismantled their attack. Turned the pack over and either shot out of the zone himself or made availability for somebody else that he was playing with the get the park and get it down. But they all were in great sequence when the pressure when not to That was a big part of the game and then getting on the scoreboard first two now, But Andre, polite, just has an affinity for that, And then he starts on time all the time. And that's always a big deal. Doesn't matter who you're playing. Whether it's Dallas and the team you played in the Stanley Cup finals or the last place team, Callie always seems to start on time and a that gives you a big advantage.
John Mayer ‘berated’ by Taylor Swift fans after joining TikTok
"John Mayer joined Tic Tac, and then he got taken to task. Good bye. Taylor. Swift fans who hate his John Mayer guts. So John Mayer joins Tic Tac, and then he gets roasted by Swifty's. They flooded his post with comments denouncing him. For leaving Taylor Swift in 2009 member. She was 13 years younger than him. She was only 19, and he was 32. People were writing, John, Don't you think 19 was too young? Somebody else made a comment which received over 30,000 likes on Tic Tac. And it said You're not safe here. John. Oh, moly. Wow. He not his audience. No, not his audience, and all. Several fans were quoting lyrics from Taylor. Swift 2010 song Dear John. She wrote about him following their split. And at the time, John Mayer told Rolling Stone that he had been really humiliated by the song. And then Jessica Simpson was laughing all the way through the whole thing. I mean, well, yeah, there you go, You know? Did
J.J. Watt agrees to two-year contract with Arizona Cardinals
"To begin right away with JJ want with with Judy here? Is that what you wanted to go? But it didn't go the way you thought I'm his little surprised He got 15.5 million And little surprised it was Arizona who, after all we'd heard was not one of the teams that was high on his list. Yeah, that came out of my field to me. The Arizona part of it. I wasn't sure how much he was going to get. I thought he would get paid pretty well, because I assumed that there would be multiple teams in it, and that would drive the price up. But I was certainly surprised it and being Arizona because, as you said, none of us heard, Arizona sort of whispered in the last few weeks. I kind of like it. Look, you know, I think for people who thought well, he's going to go to a place that has a good chance of winning a Super Bowl next year. This is maybe not what you expected. But you know, you'll have Chandler Jones on the other side that will draw some attention away. I go back to something our good friend John McClane from the Houston Chronicle said on the NFL Network yesterday, Right after JJ announced his selection, he made the point that he came back after his back injury and all of that, and had 16. Fax in a season when he had you, Debbie and Clowney opposite him to draw some attention from lockers, and he's gonna have that again in Arizona. I think that'll that'll work well for him, and also, I think it's clear it had run its course in Houston for him. His frustration this season was obvious when he walked off the field with Shawn Watson at the end of the season and said, I'm sorry we wasted one of your years. I thought that probably give us a pretty good insight into what change A walk was thinking all season long that a whole year's been wasted. And so I think he might have sort of the Tom Brady experience. Maybe not winning the Super Bowl, but where he'll be refreshed and revitalized and you know, and we'll play well there. I wonder,
The Latest: Vatican defends pope's Iraq trip, stadium mass
"So where are we now with the corona virus pandemic covert nineteen infections hospitalizations and deaths are down dramatically since the dark days of January the number of deaths of though it is still dangerously high and has even risen slightly over the past several days there are three approved vaccines now more than fifty million adults have gotten at least one dose of vaccine so far that's about twenty percent of the adult population but it's so tough in so many places to schedule an appointment the White House says it knows that and it's working with states on trying to make it easier covert nineteen is now killed almost five hundred fifteen thousand people in this country more than two and a half million around the world according to Johns Hopkins University I'm Rita folate
Chicago gas station shooting injures 11-year-old girl, 19-year-old man
"Has been hospitalized after she was shot in the face at a West Pullman gas station. Last night, the Andrea Dyer was sitting in the back seat of a car gas station on West 127 straight around 11 o'clock when the shooting began, Police say a 19 year old man was leaving the gas station store one another man started firing. In his direction. The 19 year old man was shot in the groin, then returned fire. The suspect also hit the Andrea in the face. She was taken to Comber Children's Hospital in extremely critical condition. Her family is asking anyone with information to come forward.
Jackets GM gives Tortorella vote of confidence
"Tonight to face two choice. He BJ have lost five straight and seven of eight. Despite that Jackets beat writer Aaron Port side of the athletic with a report saying that Coach John Tortorella's job is safe for now. G M E ARM Okay, alkaline and not looking to make a change towards the winningest coach in franchise history. Face off tonight at seven ON five Sports Ohio Tonight, the first game in nationwide this season with at least some fans in attendance. This Buckeye
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Gets $60-million in COVID Relief
"Airport. How has gotten $60 million in federal grant money due to covert 19? Okay, You know, there's money should have been out there for small business and others. The Senator John Cornyn's office work to get this Hey, said quality transportation services are vital for boosting local economic growth. And now more than ever, we must ensure airports have the support that they need s O. This is $60 million Grant. On did it doesn't really say what this grant is four. I'm assuming how it's just kind of to maintain Yeah. Has lost revenue. It Z, uh you know, it's like a business like anything else. And I guess they had to protect their Uh, You know the employees that kind of that kind of thing? So they got they got some guesses. The Peopie P money, and then that's the thing. It's it's listed is different than that. So they came from it. It's the money that was approved by Trump. It is. Yes. Yeah, Not this. Not this in the current round of Was going through the Senate now, right? I don't. I guess the airport could use it. Maybe other airports. I guess other ports got it. Yeah, And they say it's to provide economic relief on. Also, they say, it's also to stop the spread of the virus at the airport itself. Okay, so there's there is some of that in there. This is out of the coronavirus Relief response. Supplemental Appropriations of 20 twenties. How mentioned so this is under the Trump Administration. That's where your original $600 stimulus checks were. Most Americans came from. On so well in addition to a guest sound, staving off some layoffs and things of that nature, it's also though there to fight the virus. Uh, but, yeah, yes. With maybe equipment or more people check before. That kind of thing that Yeah, I think equipment and supplies is where a lot of that those dollars are going to go. Right. You know, the PPE and the other And I would take the airports could sure use it. Oh, yes,
The Art & Science of Rock Gardening
"Thinking about it from the gardening perspective. When you say a rock garden will start there. What what what is a rock garden mean exactly. Well you know. It's a books of unwritten about it. Hundreds of books matter of fact but graham stuart thomas wrote the classic but it really can't comes back to the nineteenth century and victorian so to speak and europe is well when tourists started going to use. There were just stunned by the beauty of the flowers. And they want to take them home and they did they dig them up and take them home and they'd started by building these raucous and they were pretty dreadful and you can still see him an old neighborhoods around stuff so it really was about taking that the app spec home but that was the beginning. There's another beginning. Of course that goes back to china in in the third century when the poet chen or being during the six dynasties period here he describes a building a garden with rocks and wildflowers. So that the the asians have been doing that not alpine so much more woodland plants and that's really what most americans do because especially in the east and the west coast. That's what you go best woodland plants so my vision of rock guiding is not strictly alpine although the outlines of pretty cool you know your audience can't see the screen behind me but it's actually a garden in and utah. The belongs to a man named john steiermark and it's nothing but dry land plants from the american west and africa and a spectacular fall any alpine vista. So the truth be said what for me. What rock gardening as i had to sum it up in a sentence would be recreating a something natural around you so that you can have fun with nature and learn so for me. A rock garden could be a bog. Could be a prairie. It could be a a border of plants. Big ones little ones. that are more or less naturalistic. The bottom line is really wild plants. More than anything else i mean. We have cultivars of of these plants but for me in my experience rock gardening. Because i've been a member of the rock garden society for example for about fifty years and the scottish and english as well and was astonishing. Is this this community of people who really know. Plants like nobody. I mean botanist. I guess not planning on way but rock gardeners have this extraordinary ability to know the plan from the time it's the seed till it matures. And it's the rock gardeners. I think of the world who are some of the greatest explorers and plant worshipers. Shall we say yes certainly. And that is my favorite thing about these very specific groups and yes botanists an ecologists. They have their own interaction. But there's few people in the department. At least that. I work in in many of the departments. I know of that can grow a plant or really truly get to understand plant. Quite like gardner does and those specific groups when you start to find people that super specialize they are encyclopedia's of both knowledge and the artistry of it. And that's what excites me. The most about rock gardening is it. Is that sort of emphasis on species which excites me. I liked cultivars plenty enough but to me. The species did at the best nature invented the best and has unparalleled. But then you get to express yourself a little bit and try to recreate something this this honoring of nature honoring the landscape and rock. Earning really emphasizes that more than a lot of other types of guarding. Perhaps by is just trying to recreate or at least honor something. That nature has done over millennia. Which isn't easy but it's also very rewarding. When you do something come out of the other
Namaste: Seeing the Truth of Who We Are
"Number stand. Welcome those of you. That are listening regularly. We always start with this gesture and word of nama stay and you might be aware that the word stay is a way of greeting or bowing or honoring the divine that lived through all of us and the gesture of the palms togetherness slate bowing of the head is part of the embodying that that honoring and i love that. I do a lot of bowing and my own practice because in the moments of going like this. There's a tenderness and care that wakes up through it for the life that's really living through all of us and i often contrasted in my mind too because in asia people go around all the time nama stay on and then in the west we shake hands and the origin fifth century. She is my hands empty. I'm not carrying a weapon. Not carrying a gun which is a great step as we know. I'm safe which is beautiful. I sometimes think that. Because we're in this time of different. Currents around the globe in influencing how would be in contemporary society of that became part of our living ritual with each other are whatever way we wanted to adapt it that that we saw each other and someplace in us looked into the eyes that were there. And you might. You might do this right now. Just you can close your eyes the event but just sense okay this is a moment of really honoring and bowing to the beauty and goodness and all beings and just to to your head slightly and sense that mentally whispering. Perhaps if you'd like and sense whether it brings you home to a tender heartedness and open heartedness so we begin this way because of the theme for tonight and not just begin by saying that. The buddha taught that the core of our suffering is a forgetting of who we are that we live in an idea of a limited self fearful cellphone wanting shelf winning shelf a losing south and we forget the the love and the and the light that really is living through us and one of my favorite stories. I heard many many years ago when my son was still in waldorf school here in washington i think he was looking at fifth grade and the art classes. The children would gather around their art tables. Maybe four table and one day. The teacher was circulating around as the children were drawing and one little girl was really into it and she's really into her drawing and to the teacher stood behind her for a while and then finally she asked her. She said so hon. What are you drawing. And the little girl didn't respond right away but then she said i'm doing god and the teacher took that and she was well you know nobody really knows what god looks like without skipping a beat without even looking up she said they will in a moment often. Think about John o'donoghue poet said that she said what happened to our wildness. That wildness of god's of the divine of that sense of really being connected. And we kinda get civilized out of us a bit and thomas merton puts it this way. He says life simple. We're living in a world that's absolutely transparent and divine shining through it all the time. This is not just a nice story are fable. This is true it's true. So what will explore in this talk is really what gets in the way of what what stops us from being able to genuinely fuel and see and shanshan into it that intrinsic goodness and honor what gets in the way and just say that if we take that the evolutionary perspective the delusion. The forgetting isn't like a mistake. It's it's just part of the process that we come into form and we get identified this something smaller than what we are and that as we evolve we begin to recognize all the patterns to keep us small
"john g. d" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Our to. There's no our free. So what comes after our to is our one again but our one we were talking to kevin mccullough. I shared some of my thoughts but our two we get to talk to our dear friend. He is on assignment at the vatican. Our friend john's mirror john. Welcome hi eric. How you doing these are this is actually behind. Me is a photo of the national mall in on december thirty first. Twenty twenty one. I have the photo of the future. So the see the rubble behind us. Used to be the lincoln memorial. Yeah it is unbelievable. Is that as a result of the earthquakes that are coming. The mole men arise from the underworld and decide to liberate us from r biden. Est occupational government. Okay look what happened. Yesterday was people over. Used the term surreal but it was to me. It was surreal. I four forty five. Am which kinda like you. I'm not an early riser. But i got up in lynchburg. Virginia so i could catch a flight to catch a flight and arrives in time to watch. You know no matter where. You stand politically. It was bizarre. I mean to see an inauguration with no people. I i guess let me start there because i just like to ask folks like you these questions. Maybe you have better answers. I couldn't really sit. You're out y there were no people. They're in other words. Couldn't you have metal detectors if you were afraid that. Somebody's going to try to kill the president. Why couldn't they have a crowd of covid. So what people wear masks. So you can have a little bit of social distancing. Why were there no crowds for this election. It seems me for this inauguration. It doesn't seem to make any rational sense well. I didn't watch it even on television. I i kind of knew it was happening in the background. It's like knowing the dog pooped in the bedroom. But you don't wanna get out of bed and pick it up just yet just kind of let it steep there. I knew that something was was being deposited in washington dc. But i didn't particularly want to have to smell it. I'm not surprised there were no crowds. I just add at his rallies. I know john john. John look that they didn't release you. Let's focus this isn't inaugural right. People want to be there because it's historic but they didn't finish my point. He didn't want people at his rallies. He doesn't want people at this. I think the fig leaf of democracy of popular government in america is wearing thinner and thinner and thinner in other words..
EHT 241 Ambassador-at-Large John Cotton Richmond: Looking Forward - burst 2
"We keep talking about human trafficking as if it's a naturally occurrence in allah. If it's just inevitable result of circumstances if people are in that does great harm to this work it specifically it does harm to survivors because what we really doing in that. Circumstance is blaming them. It's about them choosing to go back into the life that what they chose to do. Instead of what the traffickers had done you know. I used to be a prosecutor. The definition attracting is all about what the trafficker or did. It's what the trackers activities. How did the trafficker choose the needs of coercion in. What was the traffickers exploited purpose but too often these conversations all questions get reversed and we're asking. What did the victims do. What are the victims intent. What was the victims purpose and that turns the inquiry on its head. I think one of the things that we need to. If we're going to be successful is we need to make sure the traffickers in create this crime. And they shouldn't be blamed for it other challenges not including the trafficker in the sense is i think we create a fatigue. Problem and people Feel exhausted if we have to eliminate all poverty and discrimination racism income inequality and everything else in order to stop trafficking. People might just give up. It travels a naturally occurring phenomenon. People might not feel like they can make the difference but the reality is if we think about this as an activity. That is the result of an individual's decision commit the crime. We actually can think about ways to make a difference. So i think one need to let go of is this mentality to delete the trafficker comes to strive for. I think we need to think about impact in measurement far too often this newton it has been driven by anecdote in emotion. That can be really powerful. I've been a part of some of those stories. But i think to really mature we need to think about. How do we measure. How do we make sure that it's not just activities. That were doing but were his activities are actually generating change and as we look towards the next twenty years. I think that could be an incredible incredible advantage of rebel. Do that while. I need to respond to your first statement really personally because i entered this space because of my concerns about family. Violence domestic violence child abuse those kinds of things and in that space we matured in and came to understand that many of our victims also were victims of other forms of exploitation including human trafficking. But what i saw the same pattern emerged in the human trafficking victim approach that had happened in domestic violence instead of saying that. Mary's has been john beat her. We said mary was battered woman. And we've done the same thing now in the trafficking space and now. Mary is a trafficked woman. And i am right there with you. I'm gonna try and change my language. So that i talk about what happened to this person instead of defining this person by their experience. Thank you for that great reminder. It's it's really insidious in some ways because we take the action that the tracker did we now make it an identity statement about the victim and of course we know. Traffickers are always trying to use identity as one of their courses strategies. Changing people's names calling them by something else telling them that that they don't matter and we don't want to contribute to that. We want to flip the script and actually use their name and remind them of their identity that they actually have inherent value the traffickers. Can't take away and i think language matters in that regard new orleans. We've done it the state department even within our trafficking in persons report that comes out every leader is we tried to move away from passive language where the passive voice is used to hide or skier the tracker so we're trying to weed out. Phrases like people were subjected to trafficking and say traffickers wooded that traffickers force them to work like something more clear in more direct where the traffickers had to own the agency that they truly have that's
"john g. d" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Hello everyone and welcome to couples. Therapy my name's andy. And i am naomi and we are a real life. Couple a real couple of comedians and on couples therapy in quarantine. We answer a couple of vice questions for. Oh sorry squeeze we that little. Oh no no. Everyone's set off. You've upset all the animals that little the his in the in the end of that was sitting so beautifully in between us. If you want a picture what's happening right now we're sitting at. We just did a wonderful interview for future episode. That will come out. We're sitting on a table that i have made so messy with all of my papers. We have a broken laptop and a new laptop. All of this has me and we not sit on the animals. We don't we don't eat at the dining table okay. Although we tried i would say in the pandemic. We made a rule that quickly forgotten about that. We will look at least dinner at this table once a week and then quickly forgotten even though it was very nice when we did. But it was like. Let's just watch house hunters international only. Let's watch Case file number two. One kabuki-cho yes reimagining them sherlock holmes anime. We'll talk about later You know what else is wondering what we as episode. We are sitting here with talking to you already. Heard his dulcet tones. The one the only john early actor comedian change maker. Okay you know. John from shows like search party. What had american summer and every and anything that's ever made you laugh. Yes he plays my favorite character vicky with a v. who maybe you on netflix. The characters but the point is john is the best in the game. What a new year's treat for everyone and if you guys like search party the new season does start january fourteenth so just think about that and his does some very fun stuff i did write on. Hundred is a little bit. So i was on the inside track. I just i. We did not schedule this out to promote. I know search party. But i just realized but very coincidentally search party season four is coming to. Hbo max so check that out. Not only does it employ many of our friends including john but also naomi wrote on it so support her by watching it. I did contribute just a bit now before we get to the wonderful drawn housekeeping and you to keep the house i'd i yes i do wanna keep this house. It is the place where we have been inside constantly for the last nine months. You've got to keep it. Do we have any new year's plans. Sorry i just popped my head. Because i said what a new year's treat new years we'll be a couple of days from now. I have no idea you know i. If i was more of go-getter i would've put together some sort of like new year's eve comedy show something but i just have no desire for it but i'll tell you this think about it. I've never really loved new year's parties. And i only go because of you because you call what an ideal here for you know. We have to be in the house. We're not we haven't even Set up a friendly zoom where we dress up in sequence. Well what. I was hoping was that you. We could go pick up dinner from somewhere and then stay. There hasn't eat the dinner. So that's what i want the same thing. We do every night pinky. He tried to get covid. Exactly sorry yes sorry. My brain has broken the last three weeks. Four weeks now and So the thoughts. They just flipped in an about like phantoms in in the his dark materials materials season to subtle knife so now he housekeeping. Yes hey some new t shirts. Oh boy aren't we. Y'all i have finally made. T shirts to commemorate migrate love for andrew. Ju t shirts are on sale. We got two different styles. Both blue both comfy worth every penny. You guys should check them out. You can go to compress merch dot com but honestly honestly the full. You are out as an oliver socials baby go to my site. Andy's couples therapy pot at the g. Bail naomi in andy on the twitter. You're gonna get sri get some shirts. Don't go to the meal. There's no way to tell him to go to. Don't cut this out. Let them let them know that. Ice dammed by going to g mail. Also i guess if you did have you did email us. For the link at the couple's therapy podgy email account. I guess we would send it to you. But i think it's hit easier. It's easier to twitter or or instagram agreement. There's a link tree. I made that has all of the league. And also you can get couples therapy. Quarantine crew t shirts. Yes i'm in love with. I made sure they were on super soft shirts. Indies varies by super soft. Very serious about super soft shirts and drawn by one of the couples therapy quarantine crew themselves. Sketch yes Is his name. And speaking of the couples therapy quarantine crew you want to join. You can come through every wednesday at two. P. m. p. s. t. Okay we spend an hour we get into it. People sometimes ask questions. We talked about it as a group. Andy does a bit. I rant about what i hate. It's a fun time. it's a break from the everyday. And yes honey. It's free twitch dot.
"john g. d" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"I would presume that they're not going to continue a lot of the activities in actions and decisions of mr trump so i would only go into review my classified files for purpose. I was granted some access when i was going to be interviewed by the department of justice. For you know the investigations. That to mr bar turning general hasn't Donald trump's request. But i was granted that access so given that access only after i finished And do you have pet interests. Like imagine if i were you and i had spent thirty years in this job i would have been tracking some things towards the end that my own curiosity would really want access. I would want to be able to check up on some things that i cared deeply about or spent a lot of time trying to help resolve just also your own. Curiosity would want to check in on some things. Wouldn't it well. I am very curious number things that worked to throughout the course of my career. But i don't believe that former officials should be allowed to access classified material in order to advance their own. Maybe personal interests financial interests or whatever there are a number of individuals informed directors who retained clearances because to serve on certain boards of directors or companies that do classified work it requires individuals to have current security clearances tops clearances. I never pursued any of those types of physicians role. So i didn't need the clearances for that purpose. But i can see why former presidents vice presidents would need if i had a real reason and i think the reason was in the national interest to gain access to something for example if i was invited to go overseas and speak to foreign officials on my former counterparts and i needed to have a better sense of what it is that they might be doing or up to then. I would make that request and i believe the cia. Then would grant the access as appropriate. But i think you could think of even the most simple example of someone taking over some managerial job at a business and they figure out how to get the break room cool you want to be able to call the previous guy go like hey what was the trick to get the break room cooled off without making the rest of.
"john g. d" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Could in fact recount a lot of my experiences with accuracy but unfortunately since i have irritated mr trump. Mr trump directed the cia not to share anything. Classified with me. So i had to rely on my memory as well as some conversations. I had with former colleagues but tall former directors who wrote memoirs were given prompt and full access to their classified files when they were director so that they could in fact a write their memoirs with some degree of not just accuracy but also a depth of of coverage. Yeah now what conventionally happens. When people retire doesn't ex-president still have access to like classified information or briefings or are they let go of that. Well they can request a briefing at any time a former president. And they don't get you know the daily presidents daily brief with when they're office but a lot of former presidents and i have briefed for presidents. Who requested a briefing on this matter. Worth going gonna be traveling overseas or or meeting with foreign officials a retain their clearances for the rest of their life a former directors of cia also retain their clearances. It's for the benefit of a government because it allows their successors to contact their predecessors and have conversations about. Would you think about this person. Or why do we do it that way. Or can you give me a little bit of context in terms of this capability or whatever. So it facilitates those discussions. So even though mr trump or the white house announced to great fanfare in the summer of twenty eighteen that he was revoking. Mike clearances. Because i had the audacity to speak out against him by clearances were never revoked because there was no legal basis to do so however he did send a written directive to the cia intelligence community forbidding anyone from discussing classified information with me which is why than the cia was unable to share my classified files. When i was writing my memoir so it's probably safe to assume that you're access to that will resume here shortly. Then yeah. I would think that. biden immigration. Many of the people. I know who i think. Are going to be joining. Mr president-elect biden and i know joe biden very well having worked with him for eight years. I would presume that they're not going to continue a lot of the activities in actions and decisions of mr trump so i would only go into review my classified files for purpose. I was granted some access when i was going to be interviewed by the department of justice. For you know the investigations. That to mr bar turning general hasn't Donald trump's request. But i was granted that access so given that access only after i finished.
"john g. d" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"White lace in asia. Send this to get the book everybody. It's terrific look useful looking. We know we know why. There's benny show-me chappel grin boards. And what do you. God bless you guys unless you john european. Be safe and happy. He's going to sign off debt. Well let's just been gilbert godfrey damazin colossal podcast with my co hosts frank santo padre. And we we were lucky enough to get a return visit from one of our favorites john. Byner.
"john g. d" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"So it's like just like he couldn't stop powerful was that kind of the coolest thing to do is to be like, don't tell you don't tell anyone. And like you know, there's also this like subversion of expectation like Jesus was you know it talks about the suffering servant like that is not who they thought. The Messiah was going to be he was going to like come out of the you know out of the stump of David a root of just you know all of these things and so it could just be like, Hey, you need to wait until this whole story gets told before you start yapping about what's actually going on. Okay. Let's talk about Mary wife of Columbus. There's just not a lot known about her unfair burden. But she may have been Joseph's sister-in-law. So Jesus aunt cut we know she was just sister-in-law because it says it's Mary sister, right? It's but it but it says Mary sister not it's Joseph's brother's wife. That is who she is traditionally, but I mean like may if the Scripture says it's Mary sister. Right, as it says in the Bible that it's Mary sister, right then that would be bad nature Joseph sister-in-law I get you saying it's also like it could have been his sister-in-law separately from it. Being Mary Sister Right what I'm saying is Shh Mary of Columbus Clovis was potentially Joseph's brother right? We're saying the same thing are we won't because if the bobble says I, think you're saying direct sister and she's saying it could have been less expensive. Than what the Bible says just because of some of the translation stuff. Okay. Yeah. Closest may have been simians father. So Simeon was an early church father the second bishop of Jerusalem which would make Simeon was like a big kind of second generation Christian essentially making semi Jesus cousin they're to me they're too many Mary's like there's too many Mary's confusing in the tax gap using in the original we just don't know but the so the takeaway though is this isn't just like a Mary who's passing through town like a drifter. Mary, this was probably someone who has like tangentially related to. Jesus in some way way. Yeah. So if she's not so even if she's not married sister, which seems weird that we would translate it as she's Mary sister, right? Well, there's this whole which I think is an interesting thing to note because like how are people supposed to expect to like if every translation says it's Mary sister and they were like I was translated right right well, and also like there's this traditional viewpoint that an who is Mary's mother saint an had three daughters from from three different husbands not like in a way in a like they all di Di way not seriously but. Anyway she named them all Mary. So that's also were just like George Foreman Yeah? Yeah. Jerry just like George Foreman. Yeah. She's the Bible that's what it gets. And this also ties into you like what's up would Jesus's family and widened Jesus Family Take Over Guardianship of Mary? I think Jamie I think you're right when you talked about how his brothers didn't believe in him Jesus talked a lot about kingdom bonds over familial bonds.
"john g. d" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Right? He's not human Jesus anymore but a moment like this is like Oh. Yeah. Like you gotTa make sure you pay your taxes you know to your waitresses, waiters and waitresses he still very much in the moment of I'm still human here and I have a sensibility and I liked that that concept is so just think so lovely because it's also not about necessarily what he's worried about but maybe what she's worried That she's worried about what's about to happen to me was going to. God, but she also is also Human Brian going how am I going to make it in the world? I'm going to be a you know a decrepit widow sure and I love that he is speaking to her worries you in a moment at that he's dying. Yeah and if you want if you choose to interpret this is the larger that exchange as a larger metaphor for him trying to comfort everyone in the. Everyone left behind like you're gonNA be okay maybe you can do that but I just liked that aspect of him not just being like I'm getting crucified this sucks. But also think about other people, right? Good Job Jesus Okay. So that's the scripture for this new epilogue what happens to John does he just take care of Mary does he just have her living in mother-in-law sweet at his house? He does until she dies and then he actually leaves he goes to emphasise He writes three letters. They'd be famously become strong second and third John. He's been exiled because he was preaching the Gospel and he gets exiled to Patmos where he gets a vision that's really weird and it's a book we will never cover on the show maybe. The Bible's I. So he writes. Revelation. He eventually makes it back to emphasise is. A very ordinary. Like average daft much as you could ask for in about ninety eight. So, he lives like a long time. And then tradition holds. He's the only disciple to die of old age rather than to be martyred. Again. He's always telling us he's beloved. Listen in first second and third John He does not use his own name he refers to himself as the elder. Oh yet again, never bring himself and here's my favorite fun fact Turlington. From the late second early third century wrote that before the Romans banished him to Patmos, they brought him into a coliseum. They dumped him in a VAT of boiling oil Kerr and when he emerged unharmed, the entire Coliseum converted to Christianity owes nap. Good John Jock because he just really doing that just isn't really what that's like an NC INC like right after the intermission of the moment that okay let's see. Who or what the L. for you in the story gets disciples this at it's really took the not because of what they do but because we what we think of them because of how they act I, think the disciples bad pr for a very long time because we've always been like those days win God literally chose them because he saw something in them that they're flawed I like that peters like like you said I don't know where to put my hand. And just imagined James and John Going we have to we have to leave we have the league. And then they don't they just and I feel like we. The church teaches. With one breath are like, well, they were the most unassailable. But. Then we're also like I can't believe they've been there. So dumb. Yeah. They're not just every men or women you know like..
"john g. d" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Thank you and now back to the show verse six when you saw his mother in disciple whom he loves sandy nearby also disciple who super fast and runs very fast. Forty Times he said to his mother woman behold your son for seven. They said to disciple behold your mother and from that hour the disciple took her to his own home. So this is This kind of beautiful it's Kinda. Sad. Yeah. But it's also for me the stressful because I'm the kind of guy who I strive for clarity right? I want understanding and that's why I've never wanted to be on a game show because I feel like they explain the rules but they don't explain the nuance of the rules and I'm always worried I'm not gonna you on the price is right or just survivors like this challenge do I carry the bag of corn here in tropic it's just really confusing and just feel like Geez rushed like I. Know He's going through some stuff in the moment he was literally die he's literally dying but also I imagine just generally having some questions of like does she live with me? Do I call her once a week like how does this work I mean culturally okay. So in the Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible that I love it said that Mary was probably a widow at this age because she was in her forty, right? Hello. Wow that's tough with a lot of life. We don't have a lot longer to which is so funny because. We're going to see how long John Lived. So it's nuts but that because Jesus was the oldest child, it would have been his house legal responsibility to care for his because women didn't have any legal seating without a male advocate when it by another male in the family if it wasn't someone. So naming somebody was important like it was something that he should do. Yes. It's weird that it wasn't one of his brothers Yeah. I wouldn't or why was he worried about it if it's like what we know so little about I, mean we know James a pillar of the church, but there's argument that he didn't become back till. After Jesus sure from dad that his his siblings did not believe he was the Messiah. And really chastised his mother for that. You know there's lots of controversy from somebody will say those those guys are not brothers cousins. It's as it gets a little murky maybe Eric speak more into now. So but I just think. It says a lot about the relationship if you go this is the this is the woman who I love when it was important. This whole understand I'm not just our son part of a story. That she's a critical part of I want her to be taken care of I'm going to let this guy he's the guy eight. He's the only guy left standing. Yeah. Yeah. You know I think just like we're talking about Peter having this transcendent religious experience, and then to talk about like a ten placement on the mountain, you know it reaffirms and. His humanity I think similarly like you're saying this moment a so I think it's easy to get swept away with. He's become Lightning Guy God cloud came by he's crucify is GONNA rise? Again. He starts to just become God at that point..
"john g. d" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"It feels like a clay. It's a lot of Mary's and you know what's funny. Here's what I love about scholars and Aaron can maybe explain this I looked at Mary wife of Columbus because I was trying to figure out who was yes. Other than just her husband. Yeah and it was so funny how many scholars we're like we're not really sure who? was and I meant it literally says in the Bible Mary, the wife of Clovis. And it's his mother sister. Why is there confusion on whether it? I love scholars who like just don't know if we don't know but wasn't enough that was Mary Sister Cope is really mean though. Jesus sister could be a metaphor Jamie. You don't know that not understand understand that I just I like I like three Mary's I feel like it would be like if we watch scary Mary just so many somebody marries I. Want I WanNa Watch TV show where everybody's named Eric you know all the all the white guys named air. That's why three M named their company three M. O hundred percent hundred percent that's what three hundred kind of products they make here at the Bible. Bench we're grateful for Modern Day Bible translations can you imagine trying to read ancient Hebrew Aramaic or Greek? That would be a show for you but for centuries, scholars have diligently work to make those old words in context understandable to people whose native language is something else. We've mentioned a handful of translations during our episodes, the king, James Version, an IV the. ESPN. And so on. But sometimes, it feels like things just get lost in translation. I'm sure you've had a moment where you've read a particular line of Scripture, lifted your head and said to yourself it happens to all of us if you've ever gotten lost in translation or wondered why one Bible says a text one way and another has something else you need to know about this new Bible the net or Net Bible love the Net Bible it's completely online. I love all the notes that they took it super fascinating for ease of use. You just really can't beat it over twenty five years ago. A group of Seminary Bible Scholars got together to create a free. Bible translation and in the process did something no translator in history has ever done. They documented all of their translation decisions from the original languages in over sixty thousand translator notes the result total transparency into not only their translation but all of your favorite translations to used by me our own resonant.
"john g. d" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Our top menu we have the casting page where our beloved Cristiana has posted every picture of anyone. We've ever cat that's right and it's really just for my purpose for when I did I cast that person yet and I go back to because I'm like what episode was that person Oh that's so thank you, Christiane So today we have a few new players three we're going to talk about I. Is James who he is also a disciple. He is the brother of our subject today, John? He's in the inner circle. He what we know about him big picture is the first apostle to be martyred and they're only two disciples to in the Bible their recorded. We talked about the other one last episode, which was Judas and he did not write the book of James, which is found later in the new test confusing. Using again, Mary's and James Speaking of Mary's Mary wife of Globus Jesus Auntie. Think. So maybe beer into Dulles. So she's also into CEPA as well and and then we have John Right. Yes, and we've had John The fun part is like this isn't going to be a John. He's there. He's certainly at the party is going to be a John Heavy episode but I think that's okay because John is really been threaded and bread trump throughout the season and I think that's why we wanted to end. With him because she had so many encounters with him already, and it would seem like of all the disciples left it feel it would feel weird not to talk about just. Yup. So he is one of Jesus's at twelve disciples. He's actually mentioned by name in all the gospels except the one named after him he never uses his own name. He wrote you. He does refer to himself as beloved decide that's why the. Because you would call them humble but then you're like maybe not. A prominent leader in the early church. Actually Paul. The apostle points to him as the authority that they should look to you and making decisions. He's actually in more biblical accounts than any of the other twelve disciples. Okay. some even he proudly beats Peter yet again sure sure. He's the author of five books in the Bible John his own epistles. First Sean Second Jonathan John which are weird Listen you just read them they're weird. Things like love but then there's a lot of. And then he wrote the Book of Revelation His dad's name was Zebedee. Fishermen along with his brother, James and Jesus. gave the May WWF worthy nickname crash, the sons of Thunder I. Love so much the only ones that get a nickname it's a really good nickname. Well, it comes from Luke nine. He said they had a thunderous nature because there was like this group of Maertens who did not welcome Jesus into their village and James and John were like Jesus to you want us to call down from heaven and destroy them. We will receive Jesus. Oh, even murder them and Jesus was like okay boys now. And you're now the fun. So John himself is in two circles of three. He's in this inner circle. In, the disciples which Peter John and James and then he's also one of the three considered the three pillars of the church, which also Peter John and James but yet a different James Okay..
"john g. d" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Episode of Bible Binge on when your host talks for joining me, he's always dressed in dazzling white clothes. You actually are you actually aren't widely wearing white after Labor Day sucks. Okay. So here's the deal the Bible Binge Show where we take stories from the Bible and we recap them as though they were movie book or a TV show and we say movie booker TV show. That's what we usually do on our other show about pop culture the podcast with Nazi Jamie where we talk about popular culture sacrilege every Wednesday and before we begin we just. WanNa be clear that the Bible Bench has no agenda. The show is meant to be bent Jellicoe Avatar. We just think that the Bible has some pseudo stories and we'll talk more about them in a voice that is more every man or every woman. The conversation that will take place episode is meant to be more casual, not out of disrespect, but in an effort to better understand. The story, this season of the Bible bench is all about that Ragtag Group of during acolytes we lovingly refer to the disciples. This is the season finale of the classic episodes but make sure you just go to wherever you listen to podcasts subscribed trial. You'll know when we start back season eleven plus don't forget to follow along with us on instagram and twitter at the Bible. Binge and finally here at the Bible Bench, we urge you to love others as you love yourself and share the show social media and if you WANNA. Fall along as we go the main Biblical scriptures, the story will cover is Luke Nine, twenty, eight through thirty, six in John Nineteen. Twenty five through twenty seven or Jamie time for us to transfigure out this story. Do you get? The data's been. It's good. That's good. Yes, we are in this final episode you. We didn't get to cover all of the disciples because there's just we can't really truly what do we know about Bart Boring I was going to say there's not enough con- come after me Aaron I don't care he is. But in this episode we're packing everything we could possibly pack in into episode. So we have a lot of players. In this one, obviously we have Jesus. We don't cast him because we're not stupid we have. Peter. You can learn all about Peter in episode. One of the season he is portrayed by WHO Jordan. peele. Jordan peele you still feel good about eleven. So for my favorite plus Jordan Peele guys per tip. He directed won an for writing the film get out, which was actually our secret cinema. For people who are enrolled in. Bible bench seminary. Also in this episode, we have Mary the mother of Jesus now she was first featured in season one episode, six family tree of Jesus, and then she got. Basically got a whole season about herself in season four, which is our advent seasons right? Who did you cast is Mary. That is a play by Villa Davis. Okay. So she was a controversial casting yet. The Tom. Because we were talking about her having a baby in her teenage years like my. Old and it's like she was fifties never been A. You know that she was born forty and a great actress. But really, I, like the long view you had. Yes. Because this is where it really pays hand dividends here..
"john g. d" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Previously, on the Tony Kornheiser show. leadoff double no out first and third one out eric themes. Strikes out I can't. I can't do to robe way strikes out looking all the time. He's got more than one strikeout a game. He said he's EPI said he's a lot more disciplined in the strike zone. This year he's he's not swinging very disciplined. He's not just to strike approach. The Tony Kornheiser show is on now. All right. So you when you do a podcast, you plan for it. The plan originally was not to do one today. The plan was that I would not be in Washington that I would be in Delaware and we weren't even going to have it but those changed and I decided to do a podcast and one of the reasons I did is because this is actually this is inside. Baseball for people this is actually the Last Day of my contract here in other words I start in my mind I start September first and I end August thirty first for purposes of how many shows you do in a year and stuff like that because of the pandemic we haven't been able to do the type of show or the amount of show that I've wanted to do, but this gets us to a very, very nice round number one, hundred and seventy. So I was very pleased to be able to do this show I had a lot of things to talk about including disasterous. Barbecue with chicken. Over the weekend that I wanted to talk about and I certainly wanted to talk about having watched both Putz live yesterday, and we will get to this was Steve Sands both Putz live yesterday a Dustin Johnson on what was the last stroke of the tournament either way make or miss hits a forty three foot putt to force a playoff and then Jon Rahm from essentially the same place except maybe fifteen to twenty feet further by twenty flicks back hits the same pot AFC and wins and wins right in the middle right in the heart and I wanted to talk about all that and I plan to talk about all that and then Nigel about ten minutes ago you texted me what? Some very sad news that's being reported. That former Georgetown head coach John. Thompson has passed away at the age of seventy eight. Now, there's this is being reported by Ninety Sports Radio and it's being reported by WJLA which is channel seven Washington DC and you don't. Ever, get this wrong, right if you get this wrong, you're out of a job. So I'm going to assume even though I don't have anything else to go on I'm going to assume this is true and I'm going to change the beginning of this show and I'm GonNa talk a little bit about John Thompson who I admired greatly. And I liked an awful lot and always in tribute to John Thomson I called him a worthy adversary he was very difficult to cover. Very. Difficult. He was an extraordinarily private man extraordinarily large man and could use his size to be extraordinarily intimidating. He's very, very smart. So covering Georgetown with John Around with the notion of Hoya, paranoia in the late seventies and early eighties stretching through the ninety s made it very difficult for a lot of people to get to the truth you couldn't really talk to anybody on the team unless. John gave you permission. You could talk to John into talk to John, at Georgetown, you had to go upstairs three or four flights of stairs and go through four or five locked doors. It was honestly like the beginning of get smart I mean you just you made an appointment with John John John did everything he could to intimidate you physically and intellectually and John and I got along we. He he was not able to sleep. He I'm not saying he was at INSOMNIAC, but he did not sleep much. So the best interviews and Wilpon will be on later in the show and he'll tell you this John would call you a two or three in the morning. Return your calls calls it two or three in the morning and I made it very clear. If the first time he did that that I wasn't going to do that anymore. I wasn't going to get up a two and three in the morning to take these calls. Others did junior did will bond did you pretty much had to? If you covered the team, you had to do that and John was always engaging look I wrote a big piece about twenty years ago. For an ESPN book on the. Greatest athletes of the twentieth century. One of them and deservedly. So was Bill Russell the greatest winner ever in the NBA. Bill Russell. And the entire story that I wrote about Bourassa talk to Bill Russell, Bill Russell and talk to anybody he and talk. So there's no point in me even talking to Bill Russell I later heard from a family member that they'll Russell said, well, why didn't he ask to talk to me and I started to laugh because Bill Russell never talked to anybody I went to John Thompson you'd say, well, why would you go to John? Thompson, well, John Thompson. Bill Russell's teammate and backup center for the Boston. Celtics for a few years in the sixties John Thompson was himself a great basketball player at Providence College and was in the pros backing up Bill Russell and John Thompson was so smart and could tell me all about Bill Russell. Tell me everything that I didn't know and and the quotes in that piece all John I could never thank John Enough I had. As I said. An odd relationship with John but it was filled with admiration and respect and even some good humor when John, after John, retired and I was at Johns. Retirement is to when he left Georgetown he just left one day and called a bunch of people up and had a press conference and. We laughed about the fact that the bird of prey was sitting in the stands when John, talked. And at some point in our lives at some point in our lives. John and I think it was when Princeton played duke and may have even beaten Duke. At..
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"john g. d" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Oaks. Which is fifty points to the Kentucky? That's five weeks out from that race or four weeks and six days Everything just seems to place itself. Lend itself to these other races yet. Comes back to mom park for the tradition that we have. I mean technically Mama folks predates that Kentucky Oaks That I've been for us to have points. I mean it's a whole new ballgame. We switched the Haskell from invitation to a stakes this year I mean the thought process there is. I mean we used to be able to control the quality by inviting the top horses to compete. Now you're not sure who the top courses coming out of the triple crown. Races are going to be so Not Knowing for certain where the Belmont will I mean? I've heard the rumors and I don't unless I missed it. I didn't see a date. Certain yet but it's just. It's a totally different year in a different calendar. And we're just trying to be proactive and stay with it and say on top of it to be able to produce what weekend for the The FANS OF JERSEY SHORE. Whether they're here or they're betting elsewhere. John Heinz with for mom were paying tribute to John. Mazza and Simultaneously taking couple minutes talk about the upcoming mom season which starts July Third Wendy's When denominations close for the early portion and particularly for Haskell Day it's going to be July twenty sixth haskell itself And if you nominate to the high school it's the free nomination to the Pegasus And also the all I mean. We shouldn't forget that Breeders Cup winning. You're in so I mean that's always been a huge plus as well. I mean you win that Race Pasta. Get into the classic is quite substantial so the free ticket to ride in that race is worth quite a bit of money so throwing the million dollar purse the Derby points the winning. You're into the Breeders Cup. I mean there's a lot of them. Allied in so June June twenty-sixth June twenty. Six Twenty eight July twenty-six. Well because this this probably well worth reminding a couple of different times as we get closer and as we get into June because as you mentioned the invitationals segment horsemen. That typically have three year olds. they you know they. They they aren't used to nominating to the Haskell But the rest of that car to I'm sure a lot of Shit there's a lot of overlap you know when it comes to the molly pitcher and the matchmaker and the UN is you mentioned all the other stakes that will be on the day and you know we should also mention John. The million dollars the fact that talk about the negotiation or the the discussion the to keep it at a million dollars. Because a lot of places of coercive have pared down their their purse structure for their leaving for their elite stakes. Yeah I think a lot of them. I mean they're persons are more dependent on casino. Fueled MONEY NEW JERSEY. Doesn't have that benefit we. We have been fortunate that the The governor and the legislature approved a supplement for racing in New Jersey. But it's not to the tune of a Pennsylvania.
"john g. d" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In late we were talking with John G. D. just earlier about instagrams decision to test removing likes from the feed now you had not ever really had like counts on visco tell me about the decision to do that yeah you kind of a ahead of your time a little bit if you think about it like that so we're very intentional I think the what one of our biggest inspirations around that wasn't like an actual museum when you walk into a museum you're not seen the net worth of the creator there on the wall you not seen how many people of walk through that museum that day you're definitely not seeing a bunch of like emoji is at the bottom of the piece of work to tell you what to think about it and for this quote was how can you have this personal connection and how does it inspire you to go out and create and so from the beginning we architected our community that way and we really do welcome others to that because it really is a positive step in the right direction for mental health and the impact that social media has on people yeah we'll be interested to see if that translates to some of these bigger platforms as well that was Joe flori the CO visco Joel thank you so much for being here play more global stories ahead this is Bloomberg revisions return policies there are so many ways to redo a decision what are the ramifications if you crumbles or doesn't crumble do they have any other than the court except here we have to get it right the first time we always talk about the losers in a trade.
"john g. d" Discussed on Citation Needed
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"john g. d" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Opening april fourteenth twenty first and twenty eight visit f o l a r dot org for more info to sign up this episode is john cena who was the best dude i mean he was so nice he came in in the middle of a busy press day look great was in a great suit and just was overall super cool and again i the more wrestlers i meet the more and more respect i have for for these guys in the wwe and the wrestlers i mean it's i've i've i've been privileged to talk to so many great dudes who are wrestlers and it really it makes me happy and john seen this episode this episode will warm your damn heart and if it doesn't then maybe you just don't have a heart my friend maybe you need to stick something in there like a ticking clock or something or put a cow heart in there i don't know but john cena is in the movie blockers which is really funny by the way he's in it leslie man is great in it barron holds is great in it all the young women who play the high school kids who create a virginity loss packed for prom are all fantastic as well super funny comes out april sixth go support comedy movies in the theaters and also support johnson because he's a good guy unless you're a wrestling fan you're like well no it's fun to not like john senile like someone else.