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"john peter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Maybe next year, Tony Cats in the 93 W IBC Moesha Popcorn, Mama, let's do the thing. It's a story you need to hear to believe. Then grab your popcorn because there is more Amy Cockney Barrett is going to get confirmed, and Amy Cockney barrack. By every level is qualified. And the people who say otherwise. Are just kidding themselves. Absolutely kidding themselves. They know they're lying. You know, they're lying. They're lying. But there are a couple of pieces that I want to get Teo from Judge Barrett just so You heard them first is the very concept of racism. Fully committed to equal justice. Under the law for all persons, I am fully committed to enforcing all laws to prohibit racial discrimination in my private life. I pour racial discrimination and obviously for both personal reasons and professional reasons. Want to ensure that there is equal justice for all And you know, by all of my Children, I think have made an escape. But if you watch this one day, I would want all of them to No. One, especially Vivian and John Peter unequivocally condemn racism and want to do everything that I can in my own capacity personally, and as a judge to end it. And.
"john peter" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"To her Children. Emma Vivian tests John Peter, Liam, Julian and Benjamin. Thank you for sharing your incredible mom with our country. Thank you very much. Amy Cockney Barrett will decide cases. Based on the text of the Constitution, as written, as Amy has said being a judge takes courage. You are not there to decide cases as you may prefer. You are there to do your duty. And to follow the law. Wherever it may take you. That is exactly what Judge Barrett will do on the U. S. Supreme Court. I want to thank the members of the Senate. We have so many of them here today. Thank you very much. I see you in the audience and you're so proud, But I want to thank you for your commitment and to providing a fair and timely hearing. I know it will be that Judge Barrett was confirmed to the circuit Court three years ago by a bipartisan vote. Her qualifications are unsurpassed, unsurpassed and her Record is beyond reproach. There should be a straightforward and prompt confirmation should be very easy. Good luck. It's going to be very quick. I'm sure it'll be extremely non controversial way said that the last time didn't weigh. Well, Thank you all very much. And thank you for being here. Thank.
"john peter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To her Children. Emma Vivian tests John Peter, Liam, Juliet and Benjamin. Thank you for sharing your incredible mom with our country. Thank you very much. Amy Cockney. Barrett will decide cases based on the text of the Constitution as written As Amy has said being a judge takes courage. You are not there to decide cases. As you may prefer. You are there to do your duty and to follow the law wherever It may take you. That is exactly what Judge Barrett will do on the U. S. Supreme Court. I want to thank the members of the Senate. We have so many of them here today. Thank you very much. I see you in the audience and you're so proud. I want to thank you for your commitment and to providing a fair and timely hearing. I know it will be that Judge. Barrett was confirmed to the Circuit Court three years ago by a bipartisan vote. Your qualifications are unsurpassed unsurpassed, and her record is beyond reproach. There should be a straightforward and prompt confirmation should be very easy. Good luck. Is going to be very quick. I'm sure it'll be extremely noncontroversial. He said that the last time didn't weigh Well, thank you all very much. And thank you for being here. That's really good,.
Dallas - 16 Tarrant County Inmates Have COVID-19, 12 Staff Members Also Positive
"The latest now from the Tarrant county sheriff's office on inmates and staff with corona virus one inmate has died sixteen inmates recently tested positive and one hundred thirty two inmates with the virus have recovered the inmates are in quarantine and being treated by John Peter Smith staff about dozen people who work at the jail also have the virus the sheriff's office says this week they will be testing all of the staff and
Dallas - Tarrant County Jail Inmate Dies Of Coronavirus After 3 Weeks In Hospital
"The Tarrant county sheriff's office reporting an inmate at the Tarrant county jail has died from corona virus can't Boone's ire says sixty seven year old man is the first Tarrant county jail inmate to die of the virus man died Saturday after being transferred to John Peter Smith hospital on may third officials say yet underlying health conditions the man was held without bond since February after being arrested because of two felony DWI charges there are forty one inmates there who currently have tested is it a fork of it
Floating Farms Point the Way to Alternative Food Ecosystems
"How about cows on a boat. How about it? It's actually not a boat. Though wired's Laura Maloney has an article about a floating cal for farm from a property development company called Bella Donna in Rotterdam Harbour in the Netherlands. The aim is to demonstrate a possible sustainable food source. The idea came to the owner of John. Peter Van Win Gordon when he saw the disruption to the food supply in New York during hurricane. Sandy and he's like maybe for food security. We should develop floating farm so he did a four thousand nine hundred forty three square foot stable floating on concrete pontoons anchored into the seabed. Cows eat potato peels and grass. Clippings waste is turned into fertilizer for park grass soccer fields. Or just you know meadows The thin provides the clippings for the food and milk from the cows is bottled or made into yogurt. The farm appears to be too expensive to replicate and widely are to replicate widely anyway and relies on too many resources outside of the cows. So there's a lot of maintenance when you're out of the sea water power. It doesn't make its own power I know you're thinking cows. Obviously there's a power source there in methane But they haven't figured that out yet so to maintain sustainability is a challenge but the founder. Peter Van Win Gordon hopes the experiment will spark more creative thinking about food sustainability. Yeah and for anybody. Who's like what you're putting a bunch of cows on a pontoon nat me. The cows can come and go. This is almost five thousand square foot area for the cows to eat stable. Do their do their business but they they can. They can go To to and from land. They're rich enough but also interesting. I guess in the early stages of testing this out the large question was do they want to do this because they're gonna get seasick like let's not do this to the cows. Cow's seem okay. Cows are like all right. We got it you know. They're they're pretty resilient creatures but it. It's interesting to me that this would be so expensive to replicate. I understand that if you don't I mean. The Netherlands is below sea level majority wise and covered in water. So this is a perfect place to try something like this out. There are lots of other places in the world where this but work and and places that it wouldn't so you can't just say we're just gonNa build all the stuff you know on every little lake around here of course work but I I wonder what is so cost prohibitive at this point it probably has a lot to do with power but yeah but as. I mentioned the maintenance you know Seawater corrodes things. You have to a lot of maintenance to keep just a regular old boat in shape or you know Derek. And so you don't have any sustainability in that stuff. There's not sustainable power. There's not the cows don't provide any maintenance so yet to be other people. Earning their keep. I mean it could go. It doesn't necessarily have to be cows either. It could be like a hydroponics growing crops but it would be the same maintenance power issues. Maybe our I don't know but less power I mean if you can get some get some solar cells on top you can actually do kind of some sort of preventive galvanic corrosion on the vice by running a current through Through the superstructure. What Win Gordon is hoping people will do by doing it this way. He's like. Maybe maybe I'll inspire Roger Chang to improve on my desire. I think this might be a better fit for aquiculture whether it's something like Raising Oysters waste a mobile floating oyster bed. That you're not tied up next door but you let float and then let the waves carry whatever but yeah there's all. Those oysters beds are currently fixed like their fixed from offshore. So you walk down and but if you have their floating you fix to they fixed to the punt I mean. That's that's my thing is if they could get it so you can have it float. You could lessen. The impact of things like fish farms and stuff have currently in Ensure
Why Pamela Anderson's 'marriage' only lasted 12 days
"He's seventy four and he and cheese fifty two but John. Peters there's a dispute between these two mover who broke up with whom at the battle lines are being drawn Maggie. They're not only arguing about who broke up. With whom but who proposed a whom each one is saying that it was the other person's idea get married after this less than two week debacle and now John Peters is exclusively told page sixes Mara Mara. Siegler that that while they were married for twelve days he paid all of Pam Anderson debts to the tune of two hundred thousand dollars he said in an email to Mara. I didn't say anything I just wanted to be that we were going our own separate ways but when I read your article I felt the need to tell the true the story. He also said if she men controlling. I've paid her bills since she was broke. I bought her a completely new wardrobe. Ouch ooh Pamela. Anderson's team by the way said. Despite Mr Peters efforts to elicit a response from his anderson she had has no comment to provide and wishes him. Well she also the Harrap said these claims are not only entirely fabricated. They are
'Insulin or death': With prices skyrocketing, diabetes patients navigate obstacles to obtain lifesaving medicine
"We're GonNa talk about a disease. That's touching the lives of more and more people around the world diabetes. That's right diabetes super common in the United States affecting nearly only ten percent of the population. I saw a close with my own grandfather. I watched him prick his finger. Measure blood sugar level. But I didn't really really grasp diabetes as a global issue until I met John. Peter Molo into nine years old and I live in Tanzania so John Peter here is a lab technologist at a hospital in Tanzania and he's been living with type one diabetes since he was fifteen years old right so type. One diabetes is when your body doesn't produce insulin excellent at all and type two diabetes is when Your Body resists insulin or does it make enough of it. Yes insulin. It's really important for regulating blood. Sugar in the body and as a person with type one diabetes John. Peter Relies on injections of insulin. To stay healthy he gives himself four shots a day. And it's been really tough to uphold this thirteen in Tanzania many of the necessities that we are supposed to have I not there so we have to struggle is very expensive important word here. Is Necessity a type one diabetic within a few days or weeks will die without insulin treatment and globally. Nobly half of people that need insulin do not have regular access to it so John. Peter Remembers when he was younger sharing one vial of insulin with his cousin and so it was one vial to people. Insulin rationing like this. It's common worldwide but really dangerous. And it's not just an access issue but a cost issue to insulin particularly long acting. Insulin is so expensive in Tanzania that John Peter Gets his supply from Kenya to save money by them from the other country. Oh my gosh you go to great lengths to get this medicine. Yes and I know their the issues with insulin here to the United States having to do with high prices right yes. We could do an entire episode on that actually but today I I want to look at the global market because this past November the World Health Organization made an exciting announcement a program to expand access to insulin. Insulin in low and middle income countries especially where diabetes rates are actually increasing the most rapidly yes and to do it. The issued
"john peter" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Or something like that well you just come those that say over there do you I dazzle is wearing the dazzle too you know if you were like a certain jailers and we're on the it's a cat don't worry about it all right cash fans they get it yeah it yeah I I pick C. B. though sometimes waiting on the kids to come out just flipping through that Twin Peaks calendar is that ever he's got that yeah you know I'll go with the school of the truck A. kids you know who's never taken a look at a Twin Peaks counter is one ten TiVo but ladies and gentlemen Iranian things rigidity is off the table he's a married man now yesterday in Cape Town South Africa ten TiVo the great and Miss Universe two thousand seventeen that demi it lead now Peter's at is is it demi Lee Peterson and Danny Lee now Peter's TiVo now yes they got married a thirty minute ceremony which they exchanged vows they wrote for each other traditional ceremony that had elements of both American and south African cultures so yeah he is tied the knot I don't think we've ever had him on the record about that the whole thing but ten TiVo was he waiting for marriage no way I don't know if you had a contract really I don't think he did you know he speaks he he's he's very religious yeah that's what I'm sass is the word around and stuff but I don't think he had over when you're the big man on campus at Florida the university of Florida the university of Florida yeah I'm not saying that there are some things that take precedent over the Bible don't be offended but I feel like you have a duty when you're the quarterback of Pamela Anderson also got Mary's did she yeah again again yeah yeah how John Peters who's an old producer in Hollywood is like thirty years older I'm no reported she was word white this is their money I don't think those rules are still in effect there I don't know if that she thought she was involved with Julian assigned Pamela Anderson Allen I mean at home as to how many is that for her she's been married to Tommy Lee like four times I saw that movie yeah wow Lee what's this guy's name on Peter's yeah we all know.
Pamela Anderson marries fellow five-timer Jon Peters
"Pamela Anderson got secretly married to this super-rich movie mogul Hollywood producer. Sir Guy John Peters yesterday in Malibu Congrats Pam Fun fact. John Peters produced one of my favorite movies of all time Bradley. Cooper's a stars born starring Lady Gaga. He actually also produced the Barbra streisand. A star is born. which haven't seen I know I should see it anyway anyway? The couple actually has quite the romantic love story. And I I'm into it. I'm I'm here for this Marital Union. According to the Hollywood Hollywood reporter the couple quote I dated more than thirty years ago reunited in recent months and have kept the relationship under wraps and quote. It's it's also their fifth marriage for both of them. I'm not like a numbers person. I'm not into like numerology or anything but it's both of their fifth marriages. I feel like that that means something like they match both had four marriages before this. This is their fifth. I think it's cool. They've they've sinked up on how many ex spouses they have anyway. When they first met and dated she was only nineteen but he was instantly smitten with her? It sounds like maybe they broke up because they have a bit of an age gap going on and she was very young at the time he gave sweet statement on their relationship to the Hollywood reporter saying quote there are beautiful girls everywhere could have my pick but for thirty five years. I've only wanted Pamela. She makes me wild in a good way. End Quote. Okay Dude I mean that is sweet. It's romantic but could do without the I could have my pick part. I mean come on like he could have his pick really are gonNA come in case. You Forgot Origin Watch. MTV's Davies the hills reboot last year that starred. Pamela Anderson's son Pam has been recently living in France. T. H. R. summed. MDA Her recent international paid saying quote. The former Baywatch star fifty two had moved to France and Morriston an international woman who was frequently photographed entering the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to visit Julian assange or addressing animal rights issues at the Kremlin before Vladimir Putin and quote. Well who knows if she's GONNA keeping an international woman of mystery or if she's back in Malibu for good either way. I'm happy for the the newlyweds. The best part about this secret Malibu leading and secret relationship is that Pamela Anderson confirmed it to the Hollywood reporter in the best way possible. I've never seen this before this. This is actually wild. Her statement to the Hollywood reporter a media site was not like a normal statement. She didn't like say I am so happy to be married. Like you know like. Please respect our privacy or whatever. She confirmed their marriage in a poem. That's right it wasn't just a poem that she wrote and published herself is a poem that is specifically statement to the Hollywood reporter. I love okay. I don't have anything else to say about this marriage. I'm just GonNa leave you with me. Reciting Pamela Anderson's poem that's also a statement to the Hollywood reporter here. We go quote. John is the original bad boy of Hollywood. No one compares. I love him deeply like family. His life used to scare me so much for girl like me. Now I've seen more of life and realize he's been there all along never failed me. I'm ready now. And he's ready to we understand and respect each other. We love each other UH with out conditions. I'm lucky woman proof. God has a plan.
"john peter" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast
"Yes there's a two thousand Seventeen Cochran Meta analysis which showed decrease daily regurgitation episodes to basically to fewer daily episodes were also more likely to be a symptomatic from education in the thick and formula arms with a relative risk of two point five hillary what were the potential biases or limitations binding was a major difficulty I mean not to state the obvious here but they can feeds are well thicker caregiver is going to notice what's the final verdict then doc given consistent Meta analytic data from the randomized controlled trials and with promising patient and parent oriented outcomes it was given a strength recommendation putting evidence into practice this doctors left fever and crump from John Peter Smith in Fort Worth Texas the question here is does treatment of mild to moderate hypertension in pregnancy with anti hypertensive drugs improve pregnancy outcomes actually blood pressure caused by chronic hypertension generational hypertension or pre eclampsia we talked about hypertension pregnancy way back in episode six..
"john peter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Badge with you and show up start eleven also you there are you know have lunch with today remote John Peters John Peters from Brenham the guy that the first high schooler to ever be on the front cover Sports Illustrated and now we're gonna get to know each other today and then we're going to do an interview Chad brought it to me there was a C. chattering stories and you don't really add a lot of Sports Illustrated this this month had a where are they now there was a yell Maine where are they now there was one my neighbor well I know it's not hard to find that you didn't know what was what he was up to and then there was a man a Richard member the woman who pitched Manet brown may I can't member less she pitch for that team in Chicago pitch to shut up yeah a twelve year old girl would Nash's play in college softball and one of the where are they now as was John Peters thirty years later no front cover of Sports Illustrated what is he up to you know what are his thoughts on the whole experience pretty pretty interesting deal he wrote a book called when life grabs you by the baseballs and now so you can bring a copy of the book I'm a read it and then I'm an interview in next week and will air that in the next couple weeks I enjoyed doing those sit down to just take a lot of time it take a lot of time to put together but what if they like you have to you just have to sit and push the button I have to I have to prepare so that I ask more questions please stop interrupting me what you'll have to put it okay audit editing audio is not the hard part of these interviews I have to read I have to process I have to put it all together yeah I forgot to mention my hamstring when I was talking the chief about our backs because I forgot my bag in doctor McKay and might be listening he would want me to tell that he did my back surgery do you know I was laying in there but naked but for that low down on me and my another doctor that I know very well pulls open the curtain is this czar how are you doing Hey doc I just checking on now so you're on the list of patients could you let me get my surgery done here I'm not feeling very sociable right now anyway saw if you can't if you're a member law enforcement if you can make it over public barbecue anytime between eleven and three today try to make it Levin thirty or noon and I'll see you there and bring your bodies I want to say thank you to you I want to buy your lunch and if you are out and about in the community today with this spirit officers pay attention this sort of stuff just Hey ma'am can I there's an officer three people behind me can I pick up his lunch if you can't afford to pick up his lunch sclub say thank you Hey wish it were you guys do I really just want you know we support you guys out here your listening to Michael dairy show it tried something new was a bad idea many of us would still be wearing polyester this message is brought to you by glory days grow you may know.
"john peter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"By your guy John Peters is incredible you know here's a honestly that should be the final right there you know no disrespect to the other two guys going but there's no way you can it's not that so you know Jon Kate and so very well and you know we're all very proud of her what about the reaction of the players who are jumping up and down how great was that you know is incredible you know is it the moment or is about and I as a lot of fun and I don't foresee for jogging on top I know he had a blast doing it and yes as long as things that unfortunately outcome but process there was unbelievable thank you Max back to you Ronald a junior Atlanta Braves next offering Britain's a lasting gone now here's one outwards right center that's got a chance this is like the swing and a telephone this is this with twenty one whole six good Peter alone New York Mets eleven twenty seconds to go thirteen he's got ten seconds she she can't move because he Carlos Santana so it'll be a lan.
"john peter" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"The speaker and the entire history of the United States if America Adam what are you people are talking about already the kind of fractures in lines in this new democratic caucus, and I think any majority caucus has them that sort of the nature of politics, the nature, particularly being the majority because you got to keep a bigger group together. What do you think of what this house majority caucus looks like and where it's where it will be on the spectrum of the sort of craziness of the freedom caucus and the week speakerships of John Peter and Paul Ryan to the to the much more sort of powerful leadership of Pelosi. The first time around. Yeah. I mean, look, I think the the the caucus looks like America. And I think the visuals today were unbelievably striking you had the democratic side of the house chamber looking incredibly diverse colorful, dress ended skin color. It was wonderful. And then on the other side, you had mostly male mostly white group of Republican. So I think the visual contrast was was pretty stark in terms of the divisions. I think you know, look, there's gonna be family squabbles. But that's all a function of energy. I mean, I think what you what you have here is an incredible amount of new energy, a deep commitment to policy and the battles. That were having the the arguments the family squabbles are about policy ideas there about new ideas, bold ideas, like degree new deal. So, you know, it's it's it can lead to disagreements here and there, but fundamentally which energy, and that's a very good thing for us as Democrats, Jennifer. What would I'm just said, it was really striking. So I was in the I was in the capital today. And I was in the the room where they're doing the ceremonial swearing and people are. They're and there with their families a lot of folks young kids because there's a lot of fairly young new members there, and it's just so striking that where we have ended up here. In two thousand nineteen is like two coalitions in American life, one is very multiracial and fairly gender equitable in terms of the you know, the politicians, although still not total parody. And the other is not. And it's just you can't avoid just seeing it right in front of your face when you walk around the capital now. Absolutely. And you're right that picture on one hand of these grey in hair color and his suit color men on the Republican side and these colorful women and just the joy with which she accepted, the gavel. She looked pleases punch today, and she should be. There was some joy. There was talk of love. There was talk of unity. There was talk of the constitution. I couldn't help. But go back to the inaugural address that weird blankety blank blankets. George W Bush said it. Donald Trump greeted us with with American carnage darkness in hatred, and you know, kind of a dismal view of America compared to what she was talking about. Which is each time. We swear it in new congress. It's a rebirth of democracy, and these are problems that we can solve together. If you put aside the pure partisanship in some ways, it was very Reaganesque speech. And not simply because she quoted Ronald Reagan. It was morning in America. It was we can do this. It was positive it was respectful towards the people who defend us around the world. It was talking about American leadership in the world. She sounds more. Like Ronald Reagan than the carpet. Republican party does. Well, she has to so thought-through Chris everything has been thought the methodical way she reclaimed the leadership the way that she's going to conduct the speakership her knowing how to be a legislator..
PGA Says Jon Peters Not a Certified Producer on ‘A Star Is Born’ as Sexual Harassment Charges Resurface
"Just as film festival audiences are swooning over Bradley Cooper, celebrated romance. A star is born the film studio was having to distance itself from producer on the project. Jon Peters is a credited producer of the the star is born third remake of that. Hollywood fable. He was instrumental in making the one thousand nine hundred seventy six version which starred his then girlfriend Barbra Streisand. But with the new film in the spotlight Peter's history has come under scrutiny in the metoo era. Of course, he was a producer back in twenty eleven Los Angeles jury awarded one Peter's, former employers employees more than three point three million dollars in a harassment case. Peters said they said that Peter subjected this woman to severe and pervasive harassment and hostile or abusive work environment. They later went into an agreement that overturned that judgment. But those terms were not discussed Warner Brothers which produced and will release a star is born next month said on Tuesday. It's contractually bound to credit Peters the John Peters. Attachment to this property goes back as far as nineteen seventy six in a statement. They said legally we had to honor the contractual obligation in order to make the
"john peter" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"H. e. a. r. dot com please check. Me out I've got all information in contact me through either the telephone end or the? Email or okay I'm always answering that stuff so please feel. Free to contact okay well I gotta tell you as you well know I'm a, huge. Fan I'm basically a libertarian I find the libertarian a really tough. Road a ho to. Get elected I don't think we ever had a libertarian elected official in the state of. Michigan We have we have several officials are several. MC functionaries that had been elected in on on the smaller scales in commissions and Okay Officers are. Nothing Best of luck best of. Luck to you it's going to be a bare knuckle fistfight here in the state of Michigan Green thank you very much for having me on okay thank you John Peter You're on the edge Farming's in your blood. It's in your roots it's. What you've always done that's. What you'll always do give it your best. And yield even better So.
"john peter" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"A group that gathered and a series of speeches were given to them and the police showed up remember this is all about striking strikebreaking workers movement and the police ordered everyone at this rally dispersed and this came after the previous violent incident i mentioned to you where you'd already had some workers get killed in an exchange with the cops and a bomb was thrown into the path of these officers so and people later called this the haymarket riot or the haymarket massacre and a dynamite bom a dynamite bomb was thrown into that group that killed a seven and there was gunfire from the police in response scores of people were wounded and three workers were killed and from that obviously now now you get a lot of attention and people sort of referring to these protesters the left started these protesters as haymarket martyrs and they they were obviously very very upset about this the eight anarchy eight anarchists were convicted of conspiracy and seven were sentenced to death one was only sentenced to fifteen years this is all about the haymarket affair now and nobody knows really who threw the bomb to this day it is not really known who threw the bomb but there are a lot of conspiracies about conspiracy theories least about whether there was any infiltration of the group on all the rest of it the governor ended up coming in and pardoning some of these this governor john peter guilt he came in and pardon some of them and in eighteen eighty nine f l president samuel golfers wrote to the first congress of the second international they were having a meeting in paris and he said that the world's socialists plan to propose international fight for universal eight hour day and also by the way the internationale van decided to adopt may i eighteen ninety as the date for the demonstration so you had kind of some back and forth over this so the international workers day and socialist communist of the second internationale to commemorate the haymarket affair in chicago commemorated this as mayday.
"john peter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I were with were like why did we sit through this for that um yeah i don't know i feel because it's so popular and it may be just crossed the billion dollar mark for i feel like an alien you're wrinkle in time in its first week i know i i i feel like i am as they saying in roger and hammerstein's cinderella hit my rental corner in my own little space in i can be he would ever want to be i i'm in my own little corner well you've had a month plus of reviews your eyesight pretty quickly and i think it that helped me like you said i didn't suffer from that and i i loved it yeah i yeah i don't know man i i wanna seat again i do all in all i know is i do i wanna see a second viewing ca sometimes i do like a movie more upon my second viewing all all i know is lex um he's gonna happen with our finnish electron again oh orphan what a crawling a picture or folly they are them unfortunately no please tell me about or is it so it's it's a touchstone in the relationship of this and and alexis it is a tux shown uh ed this is while they lashed out alive we way to screening andy was again i i i references three hours ago of goods a great joy in my life a source of great joy is win either i'm present four or i am an active participant in making a lexus laugh harass off his friday is they not only pointed pride it's one of my points of joy in life and i really mean that we went to a movie together with his screening of this horror film called orphan and spoiler alert if you really want to see this piece of crap but anyway how so dawn you honestly you know nothing about orphan highly highly i'm sorry so orphan is a horror film and there's a little girl who is going arapoff little girl who is a let me just read you the the synopsis you can orphan devastated by the loss of their unborn baby kate play by vera from mega and john peter scarred the sars guard decide to adopt a child at the orphanage both fill drawn to it a.
"john peter" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"It the warm master and i'm going to john peters the renegade i'm not saying anything to change their promo which are to be to throw out a week ago renegade it's renegade radio now i wanted to keep it just goes with josh barnett who's that was that he's a you'll see fighter yeah exactly so just said we don't win it we don't want to sell to them how is not here fm how about that showers rather by two boxes when one mma got elected show that or poncho website i'm worried that could plunge i'd rather go against like three boxes than like ronda rousey joked me please well you are back a renegade radio and fifteen ten wlob ex media porn or disease here with us real quick we did talk about this a second or so ago i just find this to be one of the things i guess because it's printed it must be true but a hillary clinton yesterday uh who is being questioned by cbs evening news anchor scott pelley it had a very simple questions that have you always told the truth hillary's response which she said i've always tried to always always as as their eyeballs widened and our lie detector test said that is false we have a clip of her as you know wouldn't seventy six jimmy carter famously said i will not lie to you well i have to tell you i have tried in every way i know how literally from my years as a young lawyer all the way through my time as secretary of state to level with the american people you talk about levelling with the american people have you always told the truth have always tried to all his police tried so hard some people were going to call that wiggle room distributors always try giant carter said i will never lie to you you know you're asking me to say i don't believe i ever i i don't believe i ever have i don't believe i ever well i'm gonna do the best i can to level with the american people.
"john peter" Discussed on Exploring My Strange Bible
"Missionaries planting new churches getting copied and so on books through being read and reread and reread most so this is actually a pretty important and i'll just read a few quotes here she not just getting my opinion but these are reputable new testament scholars of bruce metzker he says what is really remarkable is that though the fringes of the new testament cannon remain unsettled until the fourth century and we'll talk about that and a high degree of unanimity concerning the basic core of the new testament gospels i thought paul john peter was detained very early among the diverse scattered kirk characters not only in the mediterranean to over an area extending from western europe east asia how easy it is to get christians to agree on very many things today so how amazing is it that the spontaneously across not just mediterranean but in western europe and east asia the same books are rising to the topic among different churches they're the most important thing here is very significant what was happening in those early centuries so are they rising to the top in terms of in terms of usage and this is very organic to come back to other phrases very organic and messy and spirit led and you know whatever he learned anything but other than the new testament it's the things dramatically when the spirit gets involved in there you go the laugh criteria is talked about the rule of faith and essentially the do this book represent an aberration from the basic core message of the gospel.
"john peter" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"But one interesting example that she has is somebody who says okay here's an example of how this could go wrong what if you build an ai at who's only job is to lake make strawberries better and pick strawberries more efficiently who like that seems totally harmless lovable yeah but you've now built something who thinks that success in the world is more strawberries what if it tear formed everything to lake make more strawberries what if it like it doesn't value allowed rouses debris millions rubber and then the other things we don't know what it actually would be like because we haven't actually developed the kinds of things that you on musk is truly terrified at the every computer program if this than that right and so you would hope that if if too many strawberries then add french fry this this is the title of rider lover i do so by the way it's developed is they're literally computers they're writing programs that humans didn't come up with so okay well now as there so that's the great value of it is they can solve problems that humans haven't figured out how to solve and machine learning is where we we actually have computers that are coming up whether or not it's actually truly creative as you know a thing i think for sufferers are arguing about but they're coming up with solutions to problems that weren't written by people we present the problem john peter we teach the computer how to learn things and then it goes up and learns well it works to fix the problem so this is why you on musk like we don't know what we're going to wind up with so one thing that he's doing and this is where a lot of people are suspicious of jaen musk's agenda here and what to what extent he is a cassandra like profit figure and to what extent he's a snakeoil salesmen right leg he has a group of people who he employs developing a technology with the idea that it will be open source so that at the least there that like a as common but everyone will know what it is and that.
"john peter" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"We acted and their positive we're gonna have to repeal it i hope you're right i want you to act that we own in so many people are going to die don't wait deep looking to lose their insurance only people get cancer and let me know want to treat them that i'm nickel wealth and maybe what we do instead of odiot we shouldn't let it die and let let the democrats on it millions and millions of people aren't gonna die when they no longer have insurance stop the republicans took away for them public your change in american lori contact repport is going to be no choice them and and get mature basically now anyways gonna get a ten thousand people don't want to treat them so i mean i don't know what the emailer the world are scared of when the reality is that one person you're fighting for eleven republican for you anyway you moron number one the core the republicans are like the john king to the world the john peters of the world and the the world and mike governor of all the first republican governor america to accept the extension of obamacare accept it like that leading the trump standing in the press conference went to moderate republican senator our unacceptable it republicans get their way all the people it joined over the last eight years i spent the medicare bill will be now on the batted did all up kidding come on what what do you say wayne allyn root republicans do nothing in the media going to pin this on the republicans the media does not do stories about the disaster that obamacare is they refuse to do those stories and sewage sixty monster now there's no repeal the costs under obamacare continue to skyrocket coverages evaporate art normal people who vote republican gonna say we put you there you did not think we're not gonna vote yeah should i think.
"john peter" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More
"Yes and i just made me think when should we hogan when should we not hug because i feel like it's a problem and there has been believe it or not there was a recent study done on this were fifty four percent of advertising and marketing executive said hugging coworkers is actually somewhat or very common and that's up from thirty percent five years ago so there is something to be said for this explosion of hugging in the workplace or among colleagues and um we have jacob posses reporter for market watch in the studio we also have dr fron wall fish who is a beverly hills psychotherapist front coming to you i you actually you're out of stars born in london seventy six it was a unofficial screening and you saw streisand art side and what did you do well let me tell you at that time my why her number one fan and i are grooming of the film barbara impaired questions from the audience when it was only fair she stood up the john peters producer up the film herb with boyfriend and we're about to walk away i show from the of the theater chevy right through the crowd and feline for pipra i look destroy laid out or nose to knows in said i love and everyone knows barbra streisand is extremely cautious in fearful of strangers but she looked to right at me total head up and down and she shrugged their shoulders smiled and said why not ice threemile arms around her neck.
"john peter" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM
"You see them pop up in the news the done something terrible then they go away forever into some prison and they get forgotten about and they have done heinous things like this man did so yes number one let's pray for him let's remember him in our prayers willie godbolt remember him please the second thing is but you're right absolutely right k god does not give up on anybody and his graces available even to the outermost so let's not forget that even somebody as terrible as mr godbolt who killed these people in cold blood even he has a shot at redemption salvation jesus is offering at all he has to do is accepted i'll be right back yeah hello these readings from the holy gospel according to john peter turned and solve the disciple following who jesus loved the one who had also reclined upon his chest during the super and had said master who was the one who will be tree you when peter saw him he said to jesus lord what about him jesus said to him would if i want him to remain until i come what concern is of yours you follow me so the word spread among the brothers that that disciple would not die but jesus a knocked i told him that he would not done just what if i want him to remain until i come what concern is of yours it is this disciple who testifies to these things and has written them than we know that his testimony is true there are also many other things the jesus did but if these things were to be described individual uh do not think the whole world would contain the books the wouldbe rich this is further jacob grew russell who with the the gospel on immaculate region ooh joining archbishop jose come in sharing the good news as the friday has sent me so i send you the way he has said these he breathe from the answer to that see the holy spirit so the communist the holy spirit makes.