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"john riot" Discussed on Interesting If True

Interesting If True

07:58 min | 7 months ago

"john riot" Discussed on Interesting If True

"Where the moon is exactly and the car giant was a thing like you could physically see people could come visit it and you know that sort of thing whereas those wishes like one article so it didn't receive like the cultural influence that i think some of the other ones have but he should have cleaned could fly. That's not to say the wacky is held on onto this for the past century or so when a smithsonian representative was asked by. I'm not kidding. The world explorers club. Both she replied quote the smithsonian's department of anthropology has searched. It's files without ever finding any mention of professor jordan. Kincaid or a loss gyp civilization arizona nevertheless continues repeated and books and articles. And i'm sure at this point she side with any more questions on but yes. Here's the point when they're like. Oh because all the artifacts and stuff were destroyed by the smithsonian to cover up. Oh yeah well. I mean obviously we can cover up australia not existing in the flat earth. We can definitely cover up. Egyptians in the earth's crevice. What's the now. I'm going to get into some theories because obviously this is true. I'm gonna start talking about what's really going on in the grain Okay but i. I'm not taking super-quick. Quick moment to address the world explorers club or wax club. Is that the one that kidnapped boys. I think he's you pronounce twix clever. It's wet world. Oh man there's a picture of the leader of the founder of the person in charge. There is oh welcome back kotter and a k relatively sure. That's everyone's debt that everyone's creepy camps too much. Uncle this is. This is a counselor rape stash right i. I'm not sure if this picture supposed to show in the background like cave creatures or what but there's weird lights behind other orbs. This is a newer club. Then i mean it must neoprene back this guy still around because this like eighties. That's why that's why. I was saying like they've been some wackos now throughout the century of the century. Trying to look for at least the eighties. He's got like four unbutton shirt buttons. This is the founder and leader. David hatcher childress a man who's bona fides include. And i quote a recognize expert not only on ancient civilizations and technology but also on free energy anti gravity and ufo's has books on these subjects include the anti gravity hanbo anti gravity and the world. It's like gravity and the unified field and stra trust to archaeology voevoda aircraft of ancient india. Atlantis a hitchhikers guide to armageddon sure the free energy device handbook made. Ufo's the time travel. Handbook atlantis in the power system of the gods and others. Not you know what it is though you say. His name was david hatches. Children was he hatched hatcher childress although snatches children this sound where it is. Human skin is itchy and hates us or so much gravity. This guy was birth from an egg and at gravity really on the moon. Anyway i spent about four minutes reading stuff on him now. I have a new topic for a story so you go ready for this. Podcast center category always reading books. We should read his anti gravity book. I wanna learn to fly well. He has a list of books to his name. That rival l ron hubbard allow. He is a prolific writer. I shall say how many of them are like hitchhikers guide to armageddon published right so anyway Yes it was his group. The world explorers club that got the most recent definitive answer from smithsonian going. Please stop afraid. have we done this enough. I'm still thinking this is a cover up. That's why nobody knows the truth. Well that's why we never got a second story so he because he died there. They put him in one of those tombs. He's a mummy now. Because of the last passenger pigeon lasts that goes. The last passenger pigeon is taxidermied in the smithsonian natural to kill it passenger just the last one died now from the information overload from the article and the brief glimpse from david hatches children and we have over a century of. Let's say embellishment as i'm sure you can imagine well we won't have to imagine them all because i'm going to share a quick couple of smell so john rhodes who i'm sure tells people. He's a scholar roads. Yeah he's a roads. Tiny say the self proclaimed out of it vote world's foremost authority on reptilian humanoids. Oh ailing so. He knows a lot about the royal family. He was there professional consoles on v. He's really accustomed to dia and everything that goes around. We go any further out of visual joke. Just for you folks at home. Can scroll up to to our show notes because there is a link rep toits dot com bio god. This is this is john roads. Here's auto god like the logo. Anaconda this is my favorite website effort so relaxed route knowledge. Compassion vigilance riptides dot com gift. Yes yeah oh that's those are moon. Reptile people people spaceship out. It's a gift to. There's so many beautiful slick gifts. This pretty quick. Okay so yeah second. I knew i couldn't let aaron in just a few of the just a few of the topics like our rans. Fourteen thousand miles per hour shuttles bishop ville lizard man and cattle mutilation. Like you ask so. Oh my god. He has a facebook page aaron. He's he has a crypto hunter. Of course he is yes. He is the world's to thirty billion humanoids or reptile. It's in fact quote. His pioneering work investigating claims of reptilian. Alien contact eventually resulted in the birth of an entirely new genre of study and the ufo community. Oh so he and david blake. He get along famously before david because riding on his scaly shoulders. I'm gonna talk about him in a minute if you were doing a tv show and like set designer was like we need a website for the crazy guy in the show to blake yes. This is a stereotype on the internet that somebody takes their subway tunnels for snakes back to his bio. Where does it talk about. Dia guarantee that's probably an if you go back to. Who was john. Rhodes he has lectured both in the us international and appeared on tv. Shows including monster the conspiracies zone conspiracy animal x unsolved mysteries and most recently. On the history channel's ufo hunters easily. And so he has. He also talks about the men in black so basically this guy just sees a movie and he's like that fits my john rav crazy and that's true. I saw it on a movie and you can't take pictures of fake things he lives in mid pines california which is right outside of yosemite. I used to go through all the time because they had a great talk track instead. Let me tell you. The legend of the black haired vixen fringe. He's calling sailors to their doom. Ilian do on land rip toys dot com so anyway. that's a little bit of john riots. But he happens to know exactly where the cave entrance to. The magic cavern city is located or good. Course he does. You can't get in because what's today. It is guarded by a.

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"john riot" Discussed on Movies Not Films

Movies Not Films

03:56 min | 8 months ago

"john riot" Discussed on Movies Not Films

"And that doesn't turn out well but but I mean you could kill him with the taser but librarians can be trusted. So but and then eventually like they're conscious like at the end like they seem tough feel really bad about it And obviously we're like way over their heads and like the trailer says like they're living at a movie in their heads basically So yeah. I enjoyed it. Overall wasn't the best movie but in terms of the john riots. In i thought was pretty good. Yeah i can. I can with that dog. Alright delegation hurt on. Yeah i agree. I enjoyed the movie I'd like you guys said. I liked the kind of like bowed documentary. Feel thought it was cool like they brought in the actual dudes and had them talk and then like they're kind of contradicting stories about it. How they would take from both both dudes angle like at the end when they're talking like did the art dealer every fence guy ever really exist or is that just Warns like way of getting them to do some dumped an exciting by giving the false hope that it would actually work I thought all the actors did a really good job. They were all pretty much on character. yeah i just enjoy the movie so i guess we can get into some questions a since. This was my movie. I can go i again. I i heard you kinda ask the first question i had was. Did you notice. This was a movie. pass original production. We all kind of about at already. I did what would your iced skill be so it seems like an ice movie like oceans or snatch or even this movie. Everybody was assigned a job. What would you your. What what job would you do would seduce the librarian. This nice based just on the run of the mill heist for for diamonds. Or whatever. But you really want us to do so library. That could be your job. Why i think. I think mood i. Yeah i think you would be honeypot. Or you'd be the distraction. Like remember and mcgruder when he sticks to hotdog up his button dances. it was. Yeah whatever he sticks by dances in front of the guards that would be you. I feel like you'd be great at that. Yeah.

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"john riot" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

The Philosopher's Zone

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"john riot" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

"One of analytic philosophy's major achievements in the twentieth. Century is the invention of continental philosophy which i'm caricaturing things a little in putting it that way but there is a sense. Isn't there any which continental philosophy is brought into being as john. Riots sworn enemies yes continental philosophies another psychological phenomenon in this sort of sense right. Because there's a problem here. Which is that. Some people in analytic philosophy wants to say and this is in recognition of the kind of self questioning. That's that's going on and they want to say well. Let's forget about analytic philosophy. There isn't really a distinction between analytic and continental philosophy anymore. Now unelected of his ryan about haida garland and maybe even derrida in some kind of cross pollination the is he can't just denied that such a thing as continentals less feet because they're now is right if even though it's a sort of misnomer because actually many of the keys acres in six feet of course continental fraga con up schlick vise months. Aigle gretchen bus. A task Anything continental philosophers in the sense of come from geographically and but the thing is the distinction. Now conscious be jettisoned. Because it's exactly right. Is you say that it's analytics less. Who created this label continental philosophy. Basically everything that was excluded and it's a very strange bremerton because it covers these different movements like cinema analogy deconstruction has structured as many of which actually have figures in them. He would dispute that. They were doing philosophy or with problem. Ties the idea that everything seles feats to someone like michelle will go for. Example doesn't really think of himself in any slow. It way is a philosopher but now stuck with this Lumped together grouping unit half ma in continental philosophy. You have journal continental philosophy and this is very much a a reality even though the creation of analytic philosophy. And if you look on french german wikipedia and you look up Time continent They just say up front. This time used analytic philosophers to designate. And then they will list movement. So i just mentioned yeah. I mean it's interesting. I think the. I think ever to themselves as a continental philosopher. It's a bit like postmodern. And i've never heard any loss of self identify as a post modernist. Even though postmodern offers get endlessly talked about right and derrida even identifies in south. Six losses are asserts conference in oxford when they get some analytic philosophers to speak to him and he responds and he says if this is what they're doing if if it's all about the analysis of concepts and i'm an analytic philosopher. I'm bit lost now. So how we going them with. Analytic philosophy is it is one of those Has its death been prematurely announced you've written about the challenges that analytic philosophy faces in accommodating itself to the modern world. How is it doing in in facing up to them. i think wholeness prospects here. Think because one thing that's really notable about on elliptic philosophers and about imminent philosophy. And i saw this actually in the reaction to to that piece. Today right is. It was enormous engagement by analytic philosophers with these sorts of questions. Of how do we face the challenges that are not coming at us from things. Like feminism in critical race theory and just unit a very fundamental question dominant Must face which is even the academy analytic philosophy sort of extraordinarily white male dominated and attempts to to deal with that and so far produced very significant change. And i think it is one of the sort of great features. Actually analytic philosophy in this goes back to the movements that i'm talking about the movements and russell am the guinness cycle published additions. Will these people. Who are there differences between them. That has a commitment to very rigorous questioning of every claim and very rigorous the two of the trees and i think there's something that i'm going to be has to get across. Which is the dangerous. Supposing that because it subscribed to idea's conception of discourse that it has already included voices within the sort of thing seemed very stockholm in the nineteen fifties kind of cold climate. Where we have the good guys you know we already we already including everyone. We have this open forum of debate clearly and we end. You can see this happening now. It within analytic philosophy. People are recognizing the point of Feminists and critical race theorists that. You can have this collision that everyone is already being included when actually sort of universal humanity. That's being included is actually colored white without necessarily being aware of that. I think a becoming very sensitive to that and they're hearing those arguments and there's no question of how you incorporates this within analytic philosophy without in some sense of canonizing these other discourses in turning them into the kind of discourse Comfortable with using that kind of traditional message of the method of counter examples in ways of arguing which can make it difficult for those voices to be headed. So i think what needs to happen is this is kind of a dialogue in wench in analytics losses are able to open themselves up much more and i think this is something that is happening. Not what is happening slowly because it requires no mastering the discourse is in it revised speaking to keep will in registers. The different from what you'll use to someone. I think there is tremendous. Promise that wet weather. Whether in the end i will still be than such thing as analytic philosophy of whether it will transform out so much then that label will no longer really be applicable question. Well the the postcolonial critique seems to pose a particular challenge. Because i've had guests talking from time to time on this program about the ways that the history of western philosophy and the history of colonialism a- inextricably linked and we keep coming back to this idea that philosophy itself is in some sense of colonial project. And you can talk about bringing indian philosophy or asian or african philosophy into the tent as it were but the tent is still western philosophy. And if you're if you're an african philosopher who wants to be taken seriously at oxford or cambridge princeton then you better have something clever to say about khandu as so. There's a difficulty actually about the very concept western philosophy. I think roy so that's being constructed in particular kind of way there's a sense in which is clearly a european tradition philosophy so we think of greece even ancient greece being in europe. Or we have this tradition. That comes down from.

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"john riot" Discussed on Regrets, I've Had a Few

Regrets, I've Had a Few

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"john riot" Discussed on Regrets, I've Had a Few

"Bizarre and unexpected ways like he did in my mind you and that was a role a bit. Strange rolling clapham in the storm. Oh yes i used sliding down it running and sliding yes. I think from fano of reason. The conduct strange commitment to try to support in the in the storm but some on but that means that sense of the physical thing is is interesting. I was obviously very lucky. In the when. I went to drama school. I highly and i met john riots and and that was a formative experience particularly submit job opening a window into the notion of what performing could be an improvising taking me to see very early complicity shows which will unlike anything i'd seen before on curious of course at you you looked after rawda and then how did you meet simon marcello in the gang. How did it happen but this meeting. Well just very briefly Off the road. I did kind of of pandemonium chilled edgy teaching education. Then i did. Our went to leatherhead and played a monkey in aladdin. Love of allah make bonds. Reach of a. I hold up. That he's gonna master runes one of the most miserable experience kind of trying to contain once laughter just kind of exploded than whatever atrop- bus it's something with about did shakespeare jet experience in headed Things than the trump Doing three plays a day and then a thing about set to simon. Oh this this is a jet. And i met. I met simon and emma cello in a in a spanish ball. And and then then we started. Donna Quiet life with enough and and that was like a kind of total re educations thousand because in those days you Simon and they would retrain you in all the does not say horrible would methodology In the lecoq of sentence of space and low physicality on an hours and hours and hours and hours and hours and hours and hours of chorus and Moving chaz and cupboards that was your main credentials colours lifted and moved chaz and i loved. It actually didn't think undecided at the time but later on and of course the cornerstone of storytelling and collective storyteller that that was that was was it was. What is what is this story. And we'll tell the story in you know in a million different ways in twos and fives and But the sense that the space there is a science of the space on notto. ihs tables cupboards. You displace them in his face. They'd tell the story which is kind of mind. Boggling me new and.

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"john riot" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"john riot" Discussed on Historically Thinking

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"john riot" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"john riot" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Some of the tastiest. Hot sauce africa's finest chili sauce. Come to us from zoom. Bob way rob are you doing. Thanks for joining. Thanks max. it's a real privilege to be on your show. Absolutely this is incredibly special. I think you are the first wild business. Podcast guests recording from below the equator. So this is. This is a whole new equator for the podcast. So i i can't thank you enough. Well that's wonderful because there's a whole lot going on salt would be a greater absolutely I've i've really been slacking whole been missing out on a whole hemisphere here. This is really really neat. I have tried your hot sauces. And they're so tasty. I've never had a sauce. Really excited to dig into kind of kind of the backstory as well as what you're doing today and how you are bringing it to new countries and and what you're doing from a marketing and selling it standpoint before we get into kind of what you're doing now can you tell us a little bit about your great grandfather and what is life was like in in how it ties back to dr trouble. Yes sure so basically. That's that's where the whole story starts is My great grandfather. His name was our fletcher. Robert alexander fletcher and unite the first maps of each a scientific maps. He was and he was employed by cecil john riots. The notorious colonial off southern africa. He was scotland and he came out to africa. I think with a sense of adventure. His job basically was he would Beyond horseback and he would have assistant and he would disappear into the african bushveld. For months on end he would take his theology. Light essentially drew the very first maps on southern zimbabwe which at the time was underneath was underneath the kingdom of of lebanon. Gula logo was the in developing now the village where a splinter of zoonoses I'm sure the name must people shuck hustler. Levin gula was he basically controlled all of the land and My great grandfather went to to make next and so he formed a relationship with gla because he needed to ask permission and lebanon. Gula was a very very.

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"john riot" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"john riot" Discussed on Historically Thinking

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"john riot" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"john riot" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"Got To see the Dayglo to I got to see them. So that's all the matter to me. I'd have to get drunk at 'cause I confiscate booze. Moose. I've never I I went to a Exodus. Propane and DRI. And they were all opening up for body count. Yeah, it was like the the most hardcore show I've ever been to and. I remember before Just. Before body count came on. Would have been. Would have been DRI and Fucking I was up surfing and I had long hair the time I was a body surfing and as I got close to the stage I high five delete singer and then high five and shook hands with the Qatar player which was awesome. I was just Kinda. Cool a little moment and then all of a sudden security grabbed me by my hair and pulled me down beat the crap out of me. Pointed To me right they just for no reason either it was fucked up. So I ended up going to the back of the. Clearly, John. Rioted and burned down a Wendy's Oh. Yeah absolutely. It's like. The horrible. Horrible three. Security beating you up like a badge of honor I got good. You're absolutely right. It was. Was the really fucking though like I've had a lot of good Ed Baxter with some of the security guards but So those guys were shady. After I I after I. They sort of got like usher to the back of the room after got my ass handed to by security derive stopped the show and they said and they literally said bring the fat guy with the hair back. Again, we gotta you know that wasn't what happened to him. So I've got body served from the back of the building ramp the front. Got, up, on stage part of the band for like the song, I didn't know any of their songs. I didn't really know that while I'm just like awesome sort of thing Then I jumped down the crown on the crowd I the crowded, all shifted and fallen and was on the outside edge of where everybody feels like everyone fell on top of me. As everybody else gets picked up it was all nice and orderly. It was fine. I went this guy comes over and he hands me his hand. I. Just grab his hands. Some fucking dude came by and stopped me in the ribs with a pair of combat boots and cracked who my ribs and I had this huge blueprint and I was having problems breathing. So went to the back of the room and there is one security guy I'd seen him through a bunch show. So he recognized me he's like you're right did I can't fucking breathe on the boot print is like all right hang on a minute. Takes me downstairs to the to the beer, room? Hands be five cans of beer. He says, I gotta go grab some stuff. He goes drink these before I get back I'm like all right fucking shock on the beers row quick shut them down and then he goes over and he tapes my entire. Ribcage? Up. A whole upper by taped it real fucking tight and goes there goes your good for the pit now and I went back in caught the whole body count show and it was awesome. She nobody there's no riots. Misery. She just took a beating from the cops fucking. been..

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"john riot" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"john riot" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"Got To see the Dayglo to I got to see them. So that's all the matter to me. I'd have to get drunk at 'cause I confiscate booze. Moose. I've never I. I went to A. Exodus propane and DRI. And they were all opening up for body count. Yeah. It was like the the most hardcore show I've ever been to and. I, remember before Just, before body count came on. Would have been. Would have been DRI and fucking. I was up surfing and I had long hair the time I was a body surfing and as I got close to the stage I high five delete singer and then high five and shook hands with the Qatar player, which was awesome. I was just Kinda. Cool. A little moment and then all of a sudden security grabbed me by my hair and pulled me down beat the crap out of me. Pointed. To me, right they just for no reason either it was fucked up. So I ended up going to the back of the. Clearly John Rioted and burned down a Wendy's Oh. Yeah absolutely. It's like. The horrible. Horrible Treatment Security, beating you up like a badge of honor I got good. You're absolutely right. It was. Was the Willie fucking though like I've had a lot of good Ed Baxter with some of the security guards but So those guys were shady. After I, I, after I, they sort of got like usher to the back of the room after got my ass handed to by security derive stopped the show and they said, and they literally said bring the fat guy with the hair back again, we gotta you know wasn't what happened to him so I've got body served from the back of the building rampant the front. Got Up on stage part of the band for like the song, I didn't know any of their songs. I didn't really know that while I'm just like it was awesome sort of thing then I jumped down the crown on the crowd I the crowded all shifted and fallen and was on the outside edge of where everybody feels like everyone fell on top of me. As everybody else gets picked up. It was all nice and orderly. It was fine I went this guy comes over and he hands me his hand I just grab his hands. Some fucking dude came by and stopped me in the ribs with a pair of combat boots and cracked who my ribs and I had this huge blueprint and I was having problems breathing. So went to the back of the room and there is one security guy I'd seen him through a bunch show. So he recognized me he's like you're right did I can't fucking breathe the boot print is like all right hang on a minute. Takes me downstairs to the to the beer room. Hands. Be Five cans of Beer. He says, I gotta go grab some stuff. He goes drink these before I get back I'm like all right fucking shock on the beers row quick shut them down and then he goes over and he tapes my entire ribcage up. A whole upper by taped it real fucking tight and goes there goes your good for the pit now and I went back in caught the whole body count show and it was awesome. She nobody there. No riots. Misery she just took a beating from the cops fucking. been..

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"john riot" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"john riot" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"I don't hear anyone talk about this movie and I think this should be speaking of. I mean it's directed by speed Steven Spielberg for Fox say it's stars. Meryl Streep Stars Tom. Hanks STARS BUD and CAC medical. But let me challenge on that. You wouldn't put this new talk five Spielberg Mousetrap or Tom. Hanks films were. Gee I think I'd bet that's assuming it's bad but none but that's not really how I measure the quality of amid VR. Especially if it's someone if talking about Steven Spielberg Tom. Hanks like. Yeah like like if I was to if you were giving me. This movie came out into seventeen. If you're asking me to put together a top ten list in two thousand seventeen this would be wild there. Okay good point. That's a good point because I probably would. Yeah absolutely I made. I made you watch this with me. I was like Matthew. Let's go watch this. Let me let me get to my actual less right. Canning down from three number. Three is a movie directed about Ben. Affleck it's called gone baby gone. Have you seen this again? Daren't didn't really look up. Its box office. I think it's pretty well actually Like in terms of like critically it is a ninety four right so pretty highly rated Darna. How much yeah so nine hundred million budget and thirty four million football so did pretty well at the box office. The reason why I put it on my list was because again. No one talks about this movie did you have you heard of this movie. I have heard of but like I have a film podcast. Soft head of one so yeah but like not on talking about it especially gl bill which is also been athletic related project absolutely so gone baby girl gone gone was the first film that Ben Affleck directed and I think he knocks this film out of the puckered. This is such a dock and really well written and really well directed film and it asks you really morally complicated questions not once but twice in the film like seriously if you put yourself in the shoes of like some of the lades of these in his movie you can honestly get into an argument with someone Santa who might actually have a different viewpoint and for me to do that successfully and like not even like you know when I recommend this movie to people. They're just like what is that. Like you know what I mean But it is very dock movie. It deals with You know child abductions and things like that so but it is a movie that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to people of the true crime of of any genre. It's not tricalm sorry So yeah number. Three is definitely like gone. Gone Dude I really recommend gone. Baby Gone Number two changing things up a little bit. It's chef directed by John Ever. Have you seen this? Never even heard of it you've never had but he's good but he has a new chef. Netflix show doesn't he right? So that's spun off that Midi right okay. So what if I told you? There was a movie directed by John. Fa'avae starring John Forever Starring Scarlett Johansson starring Robert Downey Junior. That wasn't cold. Linemen listening and the very fact that you've never had. It is kind of plays into my underrated argument. I would say I would say that is a great example of something that's probably under way is good. It's one hundred percent good. It's definitely it feels like a small indie film You know it was made for eleven million dollars might be an indie film out of the the the the cost of this is outstanding artist named you three. Islas right but you got severe from one family John Leguizamo from I guess John Wick Dustin Hoffman Right. Like I mean this this this movie this is also a movie. That's just full of hot. I'll give you like the premise of it. Um so basically John is a the head chef of restaurant and basically a critic comes in one day and gives him like a really bad review and publicly and oval social media. He loses his shit of the critic right any kind of like he gets fired from this restaurant so it was like you know what fuck this. I'm going to create a truck and I'm GonNa like you know I'm GonNa. I'm GONNA guess two across country trying to recover trying to put my mind back together And also at the same time trying to get in touch with my son because he's also going through a divorce so it's it's a really it's full of hot date it's full of Huma. It's a really really fantastic film and I really recommend it to anyone you know. It did really well at the box office. You know made for eleven million made forty six million dollars back really well done The CHEF DAVID. Shell Net Lakes is the I guess. Kinda spin off from that. You know it's a bit. It's a different John Riots at kind of like you know like this is food is made kind of thing instead of a dramatic film like this is so anyone who hasn't seen chef really really highly recommended dude. Can you guess my number one hundred movie of all time? I feel like there's some hints because a so much to pick from. I have nightclubbers. GimMe Gimme can ask three questions than are down gag casual. What is the genre drama is not help? A chef chef was a comedy. Drama is a can pick a favorite films are what would also be considered underrated What's the is it from when.

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"john riot" Discussed on Theology Answers Podcast

Theology Answers Podcast

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"john riot" Discussed on Theology Answers Podcast

"Language of scripture and i say so only league god the father are to receive worship absolutely so i take them to the text that you're about to talk about hebrews revelation five and i said here is the lamb of god. I just set it up. The lamb of god is jesus etcetera receiving the worship as god in the same breath breath as the father. They're receiving zach same thing and you know it really can. It confuses them because they're not dealing with that in that context. It takes so you know where they go there with that argument. It's every single time they come back and say well. Let's talk about the trinity now that you brought it up yeah. Let's go somewhere else somewhere else so but but yeah that revelation five thirteen and fourteen is is a beautiful beautiful hope. It's a beautiful picture. It's a beautiful image of jesus being worshiped and having everything that we've already used and talked about having everything all the prerogatives of god for blessing honor glory wealth at cetera from from all of creation and so i'll i'll let you explain that it's twofold in in its affirmation reputation it refused and i'll show you how it does is that refutes all the unitarians particularly was witnesses and refutes the oneness advocates without reads at it starts off by saying in verse thirteen and every creative thing again just justice hebrews did it excludes the sun because the the i heard saying to him who sits on the throne and to the lamb so you have every creative thing saying to him who system the throne and to the lamb the lamb is excluded from every created thing the one literally read the one sitting on the throne and to the lamb we have the repetition the article it's it's differentiating the lamb from the one who sits on the throne that saying they're not the same person they're distinct persons be blessing honor glory dominion forever and ever both the lamb and the one sitting on the throne received the same kind kind of blessing honor glory and dominion forever and ever and then it says in verse fourteen and the four living creatures kept saying amen. The elders fell down and process pinedo. What was the object of the prosecutor a who were the object of the process and the lamb and the one sitting on the throne clearly and clearly just like he was one six. It's in a religious context which is beautiful passage. They're absolutely good stuff. Oh well well. This is pretty much our time for this particular broadcast and we can just go on i i. I'm all struck especially when i read some john's rioting and apocalyptic writing of his letter to those dispersed suffering saints in that region we call the book of revelation. It's just a wonderful thing to put our focus on us. Paul says in the midst of his suffering to not put your mind in your in your focus. Do not look to the things that are unseen. I mean the things that are seen for their temporal passing away but looked at the things that are seen and in that way <hes> that that are unseen that are eternal attornal look to the things that are eternal and this is one of the places i go when i looked the things that are eternal not just the gospel as its tall didactic and not just to the truth of the of the epistles but to the worship of jesus christ and it establishes in me and reaffirms terms and me and assures me of the finish work of christ because if he were not god i would not have salvation but because he is god he will be worshiped and the glory of god and the praise to the glorious grace of god as we see paul establish the outcome of redemption for the sake of the name of god and his glory sorry in a fijian's we see this very thing happening here all of creation and if all created every created thing was worshipping jesus if he was created even i i would be included in that so he is the eternal god as we started out talking about in john one he is the word that was with god and is god in the beginning banning and he became flesh into among us and reveals to us the only true god who sits at the father side and take out your vitals beloved and read the text. Let's join all the angels in worship the sun..

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"john riot" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"john riot" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"So he's ever done it was funny I read that yeah are you still at the eagles concert all the other guys are up there like they like their half dead John riot points Oakland Friday is dead Joe Walsh is ultimately decide bath you know having the time of his life how can you not like Joe Walsh well whatever I mean eyes just to sue me is always good years he's got it to was gonna be seventy five right maybe not that he threw up his old is the other eagles with what he remember he goes way back before the eagles even his solo career before he was a solo career what he had rocky mountain no way he was the James K. Joe Walsh goes back maybe late sixties funny guy hi the immigration issue we don't see these disputes much in the state of Wisconsin because we're not exactly a hotbed of illegal immigration but it is here this issue is from Racine county as you know people are freaking about the ice rates going on around the United States I don't know how many raids there are going on I haven't seen any ice agents running around picking anybody up you'll there's a member the Racine county board whose politicizing this city's going after the Racine county sheriff was responded the county board member and receipt says he has heard that their ice agents in Racine county wide to know why my answer is if there's ice agents running around overseeing counties because we have ice agents all over the place in the probably looking for somebody anyway his name is Bobby Maldonado and this is what he wrote this is a state but I'm going to read it any runner to Christopher sailing who's the rich sheriff are bracing county and and a Republican quote hello sheriff's mailing I have gotten multiple reports some constituents that they have seen ice agents in our community today seven sixteen that a yesterday and are seeing higher than usual amount of deputies in the north side areas of the city such as the hospital a mock would park area currently there are national raids going on and I wanted to make sure the children from Racine county are not losing their parents you know why I use is in our community are you working with ice I take a few reporters here because this issue was near and dear to my heart I hope they get a response thank you supervisor probably Maldonado second is the Chrissy sure if she mailing responded and as I did with all that out I will read the response for beta this is sharp Christopher's mailings response call the board supervisor Maldonado is wrong the decision to enforce laws cannot be based on a heart felt opinions political views and or all right community grandstanding while the battle could have simply chosen to contact me directly rather he chose to send an email and copy six news media stations I believe this was a deliberate attempt to gain political attention and recognition here are the facts and the truth is we did not assist ice nor did they request our assistance in taking any person in into custody today that said should I use or any other law enforcement agency request our assistance today tomorrow or any other day I will certainly provided to them as we took an oath to enforce the laws regarding the increase in our presence near the hospital today and in the city ever see in two of our staff members were violently assaulted in the jail and are being treated at the hospital additionally in the city a drug raid was conducted and numerous sheriff's department debt deputies stormed a convicted felons apartment and took the known cocaine dealer into custody with respect to the receding county jail booking and intake our population today is seven hundred sixty four of which we have quote no one in custody with only an ice Decatur we do have seven in custody was serious charges of which I use his place the Decatur on them of which the most recent booking that involved in I use the candy was in June of twenty nineteen currently there are no inmates in our custody on immigration hold only let me interject this is not to share what he's saying is this the people who are in his jail an immigration hold were arrested for other crimes then it was determined they were in the illegal and the hold was put on them back to his **** his comment all seven immigration in made holes are males and the most serious charges are as follows exposing a child the harmful materials possession of cocaine threats to judge possession with intent within can't cocaine resisting and obstructing O. W. Y. causing injury or W. I. for the fence battery disorderly conduct the suggestion that we're seeing county sheriff's office is involved in these I use roundups is completely false although they don't need to contact me we have received no emails calls a communication for assistance from ice whatsoever immigration is a national conversation resolution to this global issue will not be found everything county we will continue to enforce the laws that we have sworn to uphold Christopher sailing sure for seeing Kalli I'm glad he responded you have a grand standing member the County Board running around said ice is running people that person county of the sheriff is helping just make it up and lying through his rear end to six thirteen news stock eleven thirty W. as it's time for rapid traffic.

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"john riot" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"john riot" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Okay. Well, he's really cute. I mean, it thank you so much, but he's not a bachelor guys. Yeah. You know, put those I don't know. I just I just I like to get to know a guy before I even like if you were to send me up with the sky. That you just showed me I would be nervous to go set up with a B setup with them because it would be all under the I would have to get to know him in that moment. And what if I don't like him, you know, and then I'm on a date with him. And I have to go on the state with this guy. Don't like that's why like the bachelor guys because I'm like, I know them, and then I could just go on a date with them. And be like, I already know you. That's why I'm constantly on Ryan. I'm look I'm not looking for new guys. I'm I'm looking for guys that I know from TV or from public riot is what is called riot birdie in quotes. How do they how do they how do you get on that like you have to apply, and like they have to you have to have like so many articles written about you or something? I don't know. I think it was all about like your Instagram at first. And now it's like I've had to approve my friends that are asking you have to like be friends with someone who's already on Ryan they have to give you a the. But the thing is riot is not celebrities. I thought it was going to be like just this. I heard Joshua Jackson was on it. And I have seen him on there. But there's not many Josh Jackson. There's like a. Famous on it. Most of it is just I call it riot is just DJ's jumping off of yachts because it's just guys. Posting pictures of themselves jumping off of yachts that they don't own. Is that a thing to post a picture jumping off a yacht? Yeah. It's a common thing that you see on riot is like guys like on yachts jumping off of yachts like doing the worm at a wedding being at a picture with Emily Rhodesia ski like people just throw one guy. John riot had like gee-gee Hadid like on his shoulders. And it's like all these like, it's all DJ's that are friends with supermodels..

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"john riot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:09 min | 3 years ago

"john riot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"John, Karen. Thank you. Thank you very much. Let's get to one of the top stories of the morning, shall we some great reporting from our team over in Frankfurt, Germany, Deutsche Bank, executives sets, be worried that they're down to the last sixty days to turn around the franchise with a merger with Commerzbank seemingly make Bloomberg news reported joins us now John Patrick Bonnette from Frankfurt, John. Great to have you with us on the program. Walk us through what team of learn in the last twenty four. Whereas you basically ripped it up pretty good already. So we learned that the Bank is looking at less time than than previously expected usually the CEO said in the past couple of months that they wanna get the Bank ready for a merger and get their their their house in order before thinking of getting together with somebody else. But it looks like so many of the Bank that the time is running out with and they might even say quarter. Not looking good faith. Love the court love the article in the eight quarters of missed revenues. But what is the cultural moment here? What does the culture of finance in society in Germany about the government coming in and stage managing these two dinosaurs into a mating? Well, like everybody's a little bit disappointing to another little bit a lot actually that the two biggest banks banks in Germany are not getting along. Well, right now, and that even like when competition from the US is doing better than them. And and so I think that's just the only way out that everybody's seeing right now as long as the numbers don't go up the only field that they did they can is it, but putting them together I did a cost per employee revenue per employee, and I won't go and do it now because time, but is it just presume they'll be cost cutting the to mate, what does the overlap. Yes. Of course. I mean, both banks have a major overlap here in the retail banking in Germany. So they could get close retail offices to could like probably lay off a couple of thousand people. But. Tremen- labor laws pretty hard to although sexual take time and time and actually the first step produce more cost before you see any benefits. Patrick just as a final question whenever we talk about this perspective merger, which we have done many many times over the last few years. The new sort of adamant for me is this government broke element of it. What does the government do to facilitate this transaction? What are they doing behind the scenes? Well, that's a little bit hard to you to say. But I mean, there are two things on the one hand, of course, worried that terminates losing a a major banking giant here in falling behind the the other European countries on the US, of course. And the other thing is that determined government is still invested into commerce, thanks to financial crisis. And that's not ten years down the line. And they're like that the pressure is coming up that they need to find an exit way, and what would be easier than to merge them in this way. Get rid of the shares maybe part of it. John. Thank you so much greatly. Appreciate it with Bloomberg news in Frankfurt. We'll do this again for certain Charles cancer. Where this maybe not knowledgeable on Deutsche Bank. Maybe not up to speed on German banking boy, have you. And I heard this conversation before I mean, it's all there is to it for sure. Always raise my eyebrows. When when this session is you put too bad things together. Dinosaur. Somehow, you get magic you think. This is what we need in Europe. Though. More broadly for the banking sector because I've heard this story not just of Commerce Bank Deutsche Bank, but a story of consolidation is needed in Europe. And then it doesn't happen. Why not? Because. Government and boards of directors and CEOs, don't like giving up control. Just what it comes down. So that's yeah. Yeah. Giving up control, and I think the government element of it. And I think that's why it's so important. It's the government's typically the don't want to give up the control. It is interesting in. This instance, though that it's say domestic German story cross-border transaction is within Germany's that an important element of this question. Ed may be and Canley Jonathan I'm I'm not knowledgeable on on market shares relates to two banks inside Germany. What's what's surprise me to date in the US is that hasn't been more banking consolidation? Right. Cross across what I describe as as mid market banks. If you've been an activist or have you had an interest in mid sized small size banks. I mean, my experiences, they just wait. And wait because he liked to go to lunch. It's that simple. We haven't and activism in banking is really difficult because when people look at balance sheets, they quickly realized that banks Levitt eight nine. Two one and extract value. It's really hard extract that this is great Charles cantor. Thank you so much, John. It's like dinosaurs mating is that like if Newcastle United merged with Crystal Palace that would be club. That would be like I'm not sure that we do have some Crystal Palace and Newcastle fan. South London that cell phone the south of the river, the Thames south of the temps. Yeah. So culturally. What's the difference in Crystal Palace and say arsenal, which I believe is north of the replace north London. What's to crowds snow used to win trophies? Crystal Palace Nassir March FA Cup in the leg. Maybe they did a long long time. Ian, right when he played for palace. Greg. Same not waste. Conversation before. Right. I think went to us. No. For the Mets crowd in the crowd. Stay would be John riots crowd in the Yankees crowd. What's the difference between an arsenal crowd? In a Crystal Palace crowd. A why do I have to do this? Jerseys to someone Charles is going to do it. I think the answer that question depends on whether the us the awesome. Crystal Palace supporter. I'm sure they don't in my experience, the arsenal fans have very well behaved from whatever they are very well behind New Jersey steers. Good morning kit. Jukes Sokcho on arsenal. Charles cantor. Thank you. This is a Bloomberg market minute. Shares of General Electric are moving higher in pre-market trading. A new boss is pushing ahead in tackling two of the biggest concerns hanging over the company. It's heavy debt load and a US investigation into the company's old subprime lender. GE reached an agreement in principle with the Justice department to pay a one and a half billion dollars civil penalty to settle an investigation into the lender. Here's a Facebook are also higher before the opening bell quarterly revenue and earnings beat Wall Street estimates advertiser stuck with the social networking company through a series of privacy scandals. Stock futures are narrowly mixed this morning s and p futures up one NASDAQ futures up twenty seven futures are down forty nine screwed little change to hire at fifty four dollars and twenty seven cents a barrel. Stocks surged yesterday amid strong corporate results and fed signals that policy makers will be patient on interest rate. Moves investors also continued to monitor trade talks between the US and China. Gina Cervetti bloom. Berg radio asset managers who sees change to.

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