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Corey Seagar hits grand slam in 8-run 4th, Rangers beat Orioles 12-2
"The rangers exploded for an 8 run fourth inning and went on to beat the Orioles 12 to two. Corey Seager hit his third career Grand Slam in the inning and Robbie Grossman added a two run shot. John gray went 7 innings to earn his 5th win. He says he could relax after the fourth inning. It makes it easy. The whole field of the game changed after that. So I feel like there really really flipped the flip the switch and made almost on our side after that. You know, we just got to go plug baseball. Jason and Rodriguez gave up 6 earned runs and fell to two and two, adley rushman homered for the Orioles. Craig heist Baltimore
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US: Chinese agents paid bribes in plot to disrupt anti-communist Falun Gong movement
"Too suspected Chinese agents have been charged in the U.S. with bribery to disrupt an anti communist group. On Norman hall, federal authorities have arrested two suspected Chinese government agents in connection with an alleged plot by Beijing to disrupt and ultimately topple the exile at a Commodus falun gong spiritual movement. John chin and Lin thong were charged in an indictment on sealed Friday with scheming to revoke a New York based falun gong organization's tax exempt status and paying bribes to an undercover officer posing as a U.S. tax agent. Prosecutors say evidence includes war tapped conversations, the Justice Department has made a series of prosecutions in recent years to disrupt China's efforts in the U.S. to identify locate and silence critics and pro democracy activists. I Norman hall
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Judge halts South Carolina’s new stricter abortion law until state Supreme Court review
"South Carolina's newly signed abortion law has been temporarily halted by a judge. Judge Clifton Newman's ruling sends the new law that bans most abortions in South Carolina around 6 weeks of pregnancy to be reviewed. Planned Parenthood sued almost immediately after the bill was signed, a judge Newman said it would end up before the state Supreme Court anyway. The law is similar to one in 2021 that was struck down after the justices ruled three to two that it violated the state constitution's right to privacy lawmakers say the new law includes technical tweaks meant to appeal to justice John few, who wrote in his previous opinion that legislators didn't show that they did any work to determine if 6 weeks was enough time for a woman to know she was pregnant. The halt means the state reverts to a restriction at around 20 weeks for now. Since that decision justice Kay Hearn retired, making the South Carolina high court the only one in the country without a woman on the bench. I'm Jennifer King
The Basics of Key Management
"We haven't done a Basics episode in a while. I've had a couple of people ask me some questions that made me realize something that I was a little... that we haven't come back to with the Basics is just kind of the really simple, really practical, what the hell do I do with my keys? So we went into an entire episode on what our keys are and hardware, wallets, and all of that good stuff. And I will tell you straight off the bat, you need a hardware wallet if you have any meaningful savings. If you're just tinkering, that's fine. Don't give yourself a homework assignment and, you know, have to invest all this money and stuff into it if you're just playing around. But it's very easy to get sucked in and it's very easy for playing around to become a meaningful amount of money in Bitcoin. In fact, a good example actually was I was playing around with the Bitkit wallet, which is one that I'm a big fan of and I'm really looking forward to its future. And Synonym and John Carvalho and their team over there have built a really amazing and really intuitive product. But I was just testing a bunch of stuff out. So when I moved some Bitcoin to it, it was always intended to just be kind of a throwaway wallet. And I actually at some point took a screenshot of my backup seed and put it in the Discord chat with everyone in Synonym because we were we were trying to work something out. I can't remember what it was, some weird little quirk with the interface or whether it was showing addresses or something like that. I don't remember. It wasn't that big of a deal. But because I was thinking of the wallet so cheaply as just like throwaway, I did that. But what's funny is I, you know, was testing all out. So I added a bunch of contacts and, you know, I started making messages with people and, you know, all these things. And I started trying out a bunch of different widgets. And it got to the point where I'd kind of forgotten that I had done that. And then I just moved a little bit of Bitcoin to move a little bit more Bitcoin to it and eventually ended up with like eight hundred dollars worth of Bitcoin on it. And my seed is sitting in a screenshot in a Discord room that I don't know if 30 people or I have no idea how many people are in that Discord chat could see and just and so many multiple people may have just out of trying to help me put it in their wallets. So I was just totally exposed. I was just like putting cash in other people's pockets. Nobody stole it from me or anything. And I just woke up one morning and it hit me and I was like, oh my God, I'm an idiot. And I withdrew it back to my nunchuck. But just a easy little story to explain that you need to be careful with your keys and you need to have basic practice on how you're going to back things up. You need to know how you're going to be treating your wallet going
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Air Force fighter pilot tapped by Biden to be next Joint Chiefs chairman has history of firsts
"President Biden has nominated a groundbreaking general to serve as his next top military adviser. General brown's warrior. A fighter pilot, a fearless leader, and patriot, who has pushed the military to adapt for 21st century challenges. All that makes general C C Brown junior, the president's pick to be the next joint chiefs of staff chairman, succeeding Mark milley, whose term ends in the fall. She kills absolutely superb and I am looking forward to a speedy confirmation. Brown is now the air force's top officer, the first black man to lead a military service and would be the second black chairman after Colin Powell. John O'Brien said he doesn't he doesn't play for second place. He plays the wind and that's obvious. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
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Ja Morant is 'fine,' taking a social media break, police say after welfare check due to cryptic post
"Police in Tennessee conducted a welfare check Wednesday on suspended Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant and say he is fine after cryptic messages appeared on his Instagram account and were later deleted. The post from earlier Wednesday include pictures and messages of love for his family members, including his mother and father, a fourth message simply read by. Shelby county sheriff's office spokesman John Morrison told The Associated Press in a phone call that deputies checked on morant at his home Wednesday morning. Morant told them he is taking a break from social media. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
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Space station welcomes 2 Saudi visitors, including kingdom's 1st female astronaut
"SpaceX's latest chartered flight to the International Space Station arrived Monday with two Saudis and two Americans aboard. Dragon SpaceX docking sequence completes crew dragon freedom, Peggy, John, Ali, ray, congrats on this historic achievement. The Saudi government is picking up the multi-million dollar tab for its astronauts. One, the kingdom's first female. Tennessee businessman John schaffner is paying his own way and retired NASA astronaut Peggy whitson, who now works for space company axiom was welcomed back. Thanks for putting your trust in the falcon 9 team. Hope you enjoyed the ride to space have a great trip on dragon. Welcome home to zero G Peggy. The four are expected to return to earth in 8 days they joined 7 others already at the International Space Station. I'm Julie Walker
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Seager's hitting and Gray's pitching lead Rangers to 11-5 win over Rockies
"Texas Rangers defeated the Colorado Rockies 11 to 5 red out rangers tenth win in their last 14 games. Rangers built up an 8 zero lead against loser Kyle friedland after two innings for in the first four in the second and never looked back. Texas manager Bruce bochy continues to be impressed with his offense. It's a deep lineup and just gets contagious with these guys and early, you know, they just kept applying the pressure and we have some great at bats, some clutch hitting. Corey Seager and Ezekiel Durant homered for Texas, Robbie Grossman at three RBIs, John gray got the win 5 innings one run ball against his former team. Bob Stephens, Arlington, Texas
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Mountcastle hits 3-run HR, Orioles go deep 3 times to beat Blue Jays 6-2
"Baltimore sock three home runs to pace them to a 6 two one over Toronto. What Rogers center? Raya mount castle had the big blow a three run shot in the third off starter and losing pitcher yusuke, his tenth of the season. It had the benefit you can get pictures of hit against him and it seems like he's been doing pretty well this year and just getting a good pitch hit against him today was big. It was mount Kelso's fourth career home run off the Toronto left 8. Anthony Santander with his 8th that Adam Fraser with his 5th also went yard for the visitors. Kyle Gibson went 7 innings and won it. He improves his record to 5 and three. John leathery, Toronto
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PGA Live Updates | Hovland joins Scheffler, Conners atop PGA Championship leaderboard
"There is a three way tie on top of the leaderboard after two rounds of the PGA Championship at oak hill. Scottie Chandler is joined by Canadian Corey Connors and Norwegian Victor hovland at 5 under two shots clear a Bryson DeChambeau and Justin Tsar, Brooks Koepka is in touch among those at two under and Rory McIlroy is not out of it even palm. Well number one, John ram posted a 68 to make the cut by one defending champion Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth just survived right on the number of plus 5. I'm Graham agar
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Judge and Volpe homer, Cortes wins as Yankees beat Blue Jays 4-2
"Aaron judge and Anthony volpe hit home runs as the Yankees beat the Blue Jays four two judge hit a two run home run his 12th in the first his fourth home run of the four game series. It's a good series. A lot of guys came up clutch, you know, offensively, and then even, you know, some good great pitching performances. Up three two in the night, volpe took at Nate Pearson offering deep for his 7th of the campaign, Beau bouchet Homer did a losing cause, his 9th. Nestor Cortes wanted he's now four and two, Ron marinaccio picked up his first career save. John leatherbee, Toronto
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PGA Live Updates | Dustin Johnson surges to 4 under through 13 to share lead PGA Championship
"Eric Cole is the leader of an incomplete first round of the PGA Championship at oak hill, Cole at 5 under but with four holes left to play that because of a one hour and 50 minute frost delay at the start of the round. Bryson DeChambeau is the Clubhouse leader at four under after a solid 66. He's one shot clear as Scottish scheffler, who posted a bogey 360 seven. Is joined in the Clubhouse at 300 by Canadian Corey Connors and Dustin Johnson, Johnson bogging the last hole in the evening gloom. Favorite John rams started with a disastrous 6 out of 76. I'm Graham agar.
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Ja Morant in limbo again as he awaits review of latest gun video on social media
"Grizzly star John morant says he takes accountability for the latest video in which he is apparently seen holding a firearm. His statement came shortly after NBA commissioner Adam silver expressed disappointment that the Memphis guard is under investigation by the league again. Silver met with morant after a similar incident in March and suspended him for a games. Silver said he was quote shocked. When he saw the video during a televised interview with ESPN before Tuesday's draft lottery in Chicago. I'm get cool ball.
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'Taco Tuesday' trademark tiff flares anew between fast food competitors
"There is a trademark tiff over taco Tuesday. Taco Bell says it wants to liberate taco Tuesday for all. It is asking the patent and trademark office to force Wyoming based taco John's to abandon its long-standing claim to the trademark taco Tuesday in the filing, Taco Bell says to deprive anyone of saying taco Tuesday via Taco Bell or anyone who provides tacos to the world is like depriving the world of sunshine itself. Taco John's has about 370 locations in 23 mainly Midwestern and western states. It has strongly enforced taco Tuesday as its trademark, sending a letter to a brewery just 5 blocks from its corporate headquarters, warning it to stop using taco Tuesday to promote a taco truck parked outside on Tuesdays. I'm Ed Donahue
The Eric Metaxas Show
Eric Welcomes Frank Gaffney to Discuss New Book "The Indictment"
"Daphne, welcome to the program. Congratulations, your book, which we will be talking about at length as we ought to. It's called the indictment, prosecuting the Chinese Communist Party and Friends, I didn't mention Biden by name. I want to be clear. I did not do that. Prosecuting the Chinese Communist Party and Friends for crimes against America, China, and the world. Forward by Steve Bannon, the book is the indictment, there is everything to talk about, but let's just start with the news of the day. Finally, after 40,000 years, we have the report from I can't even think of his name right now. From John Durham, the Durham report that we've been waiting for since we were kids. Here it comes out. And it corroborates what we all knew, but it carefully corroborates the truth that the Russia stuff, the FBI investigation, that this was all politically motivated that there was deep corruption there is deep corruption in the FBI in the deep state wherever you look, so I guess the question becomes, what about it? What do you, Frank Daphne, who live a little bit in this world more than I do, what do you make of this? I think it's a pretty strong indictment if I can use that expression. Is that the title of your book? The indictment is good. An indictment of the state of our rule of law. You know, of course, that if a Republican president, a Republican administration, a Republican FBI, had been involved in anything remotely like this kind of monkey business for one of a better expression or more to the point criminal misconduct. People would be walking the plank. They would be going to jail. They would be doing hard time for protracted periods.
The Charlie Kirk Show
What Is Justice Good For?
"Justice? What is it good for? Justice sets a standard. Just this is more than punishment, justice is moral clarity. One of the worst things a person can do, one of the worst things a person can do is abuse collective power for their own personal opinion or objective. To use the FBI for a political purpose is evil. If you evil for Republican did it or a democratic, they're basically using taxpayer funded what is supposed to be neutral to go after a candidate they don't like. And they did it full court press. They went after it. They went from Pfizer warrants. And remember Chuck E. Schumer told us that this was coming. To Rachel maddow he said, if you go after the Intel agencies, they got 6 ways to Sunday to get back at you. So what happens when the government lies to you? Goes after political dissidents, covers it up, lies about it again. What happens? What is the consequence? Oh, I strongly worded report. The consequences, a 300 page detailed report. And yeah, it is a scathing report. Who is going to go to jail? And the answer, the clarion call to the unelected. To the fourth branch of government, the bureaucracy that Leviathan is you can get away with it. Ladies and gentlemen, let me make an argument for you right now. If John Durham or any one of these people would have went after Peter struck stroke smirk and even failed in court, I do not know if Tony blinken and those 50 Intel officials would have signed on to that fake letter with Hunter Biden's own enthusiastically. I don't know if these sort of games would have continued unchecked. You see, they're just going to do it again. What is going to prevent these people from doing this in 2024? What's going to prevent them from launching another investigation? When you do not have consequences, when you do not have a check and balance, when you do not have a stop it, time out, handcuffs, prison time. How about just the pension curtailment? I mean,
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie Is Feeling Bitter Today...
"Durham has finally serviced four years, I'll tell you, I am a bitter man today and bitterness is not a good emotion to be hosting a show and you should not be better, better is bad. And so hopefully I can get over it. Maybe cash Patel later in the program can ease me of my bitterness, one of our team members, very smart man, has put together the glass half full take. And I'm gonna try my best to articulate it, but first I'm gonna tell you that I am really, really upset. I mean, for years, we were talking about Peter struck stroke smirk and Lisa page. And let's just remind ourselves of what happened here. This was a coup by the FBI confirmed Durham confirmed all of our theories, by the way. Crossfire hurricane never should have been launched, it was done by the foreign spy Christopher Steele, Hillary Clinton knew about in finance to all of it. It was all to get all the theories that we talked about that we were smeared and slandered and censored by the regime media that they said, oh, there's no substantiation to it you conspiracy theorists. It's all proven, but I just say so what? I knew we knew we were right a couple of years ago. John Solomon with his leaks, we knew it. We were right. We knew, as it was happening, that there was a plan against it. Sean Hannity to his great credit has been on this for years. He was on this and on this Tucker Carlson. I mean, this is not new revelations. We didn't read this report. Like, wow, we just say, okay, here's independent third party third party corroboration. 7 years later, showing us that there was a soft coup against the president of the United States. But it wasn't even the president of the United States. It was a candidate. Let's just go back in time and remind ourselves. Remember, this was the insurance policy. Peter struck struck smirk and Lisa page his lover, remember the text messages? They said they had an insurance policy. The FBI is much more. Like a taxpayer funded Democrat super PAC with subpoena power and guns than they are. An investigative agency.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Return of Neo-Appeasement: Are We Doomed to Repeat History?
"The neo appeasement that's in the water. And everyone takes that as an insult. I don't mean it as an insult. I mean it is a genuine ideology that dominated in the 30s from Stanley Baldwin through Neville Chamberlain, which is you can satisfy dictators. You can actually do a deal with a dictator that they will stick to. That's back and it's deep. We saw Reagan beat it in the 80s with the deployment of the parachutes and the cruise missiles, but it's back and the neo appeasers don't want to deal with you. How is the committee going to get that to change? Well, the Democrats on the committee be vital to that change. Well, we're hoping to have our first set of policy recommendations out next week. We're working towards a strong set of recommendations that are focused on Taiwan, as well as a smaller set of strong recommendations that came out of our hearing on the ongoing Uyghur genocide, which leads to something that we're doing from our night. We're having a hearing tomorrow night on the CCP's ongoing economic aggression globally and how we level the playing field. We have this witnesses roger Robinson who designed and was key to the implementation of Ronald Reagan's economic warfare strategy against the Soviet Union. We have bob lighthizer, who served as U.S. trade representative and we have Eric Schmidt, who obviously was the head of Google and brings a private sector experience. And so we're hoping that hearing will then tee up our broader effort, which is the next phase of the committee's work, which is focused on selective economic decoupling and how we win this economic competition. Because a lot of the sentiment for engagement and appeasement comes from the private sector comes from Wall Street. It comes from K street. It comes from Hollywood. It comes from silly Silicon Valley, and there's this naive belief that we can just go back to the status quo ante that somehow we can go back to the good old days and return to the responsible stakeholder hypothesis or the more theme parks we open up in China, the more the better behaves Xi Jinping will become. I disagree with that, but we need to have a conversation with the private sector and get them to understand that there is no such thing as a private business in China.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"john you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"That's like coming up. And I'm reading and I'm saying, hey, Robert Jefferson is going to be there, congressman chip Roy, is going to be there. And then I read John's Muir, and I thought, wait a minute. Yeah. John's merick never never speaks publicly. He's too unfiltered for anyone to take him up on that. And even if they, even if they don't understand that, John himself will say, no, please. I don't want to speak publicly. Who knows what I'll say. But it says here that not only is Eric my tax is going to be there, John America is going to bear John, you're telling me this is real. This is not a hoax. I am sending my pair of long pants to the dry cleaners. Okay. The one I have, but the khaki, the one pair of khaki long paths. I have. So this is real. Yes, for real. When you're sunny pounds is a great woman and Christians engage is a great organization. And it's a 15 minute Uber ride away from my house, so I really had no excuse not to take part when they requested me. Okay, well, I'm speaking as part of a panel and you and I are doing an interview on the Thursday of that week, and then on Friday you're speaking, and Saturday I'm speaking. Well, it's a different, yeah, you and I are doing some other stuff, some side stuff. Yeah. And we're going to this is a real name. Bunny pounds is a real name and no joke. Stop it. She's a very nice woman. 20 pounds is a real name, and I want to tell you something folks. John's American and I are going to be at this conference. I said, I've got to clarify this because sometimes people throw stuff throw names around and he's like, well, he's not, you're going to be there. So you and I are going to be a Christians engaged dot org in Dallas September 23rd and 24th folks. If you can get there and don't, something's wrong with you, all right? And I'm sorry. Let me tell people. You need to understand. Christians engaged is the organization that they said we exist to help Christians be good citizens and vote and understand civics and take part in politics. And the IRS took away their tax exemption and sent them a letter saying, Bible reading and religious activism generally associated with Republicans. So we are denying your taxes of status. It was so obviously written by one of the IQ 85 people at the organization, when she challenged it the IRS had to cave, but she beat took on the IRS and won, getting her tax exemption restored. Well, you know, this good organization. I was telling Albany yesterday that over the weekend, I was in Colorado Springs. Now, the problem with going Colorado Springs is that the altitude is 6000 feet above sea level. I was born and live at sea level. And when you go up there, the lack of oxygen, whatever messes me up. And then I spoke at a conference, it's a Keras Bible college. That was closer to 9000 feet. So it really it really messed me up..
The Eric Metaxas Show
"john you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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"john you" Discussed on Broken Record
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The Eric Metaxas Show
"john you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Well, you wonder why I always dress in black. Folks welcome back. I'm talking to canon Jay John. Now, what's that all about? Before we get back into the book, canon J John, you go by J John. It's a great marketing idea, because there's no other Jean, but what, how do you come to be forget about cannon? We'll get to that in a moment. But Jay John, what is this? Well, Eric, your Greek, guilty. I'm Greek and my naming Greek is yanagi yuan is. And if you translate my greet name into English, it will be John's son of John. So when I kiss you one is you honest. So when I wrote my first wait, you're first name is yanaki. Yes. Now I've never heard that. Yeah, nagy says John and Johan is his son of John. Well, Yanni's or iwan is John. That's right. Janae is like the diminutive of John. It's like Johnny. It is. So my brother's name is John. We call him, you know, Yanni Yankee, whatever. Okay, so you decided living in England to keep things simple to be able to communicate this. You're never going to pull off this yanagi's thing. No, so I Anglo size my name and then when I wrote my first book, several decades ago, I just had this idea, oh, I'll just call it J John. But I never ever dreamt that the book would do really well. And then that person J John was being invited to go and speak. So I never intentionally decided. But so then I did. And it stuck. It's a bit like C. S. Lewis, T.S. Eliot, DL moody. Yeah. Yeah, EJ metaxas now. It's not gonna work. It's not gonna work. Okay, so and what is for people most people listening are not familiar with the Anglican world. So what is it to be a canon C ANO? What does it mean that you are canon? Right. If I was a cat lately equivalent of cannon is Monsignor. Which sounds actually a bit more grander, but I'd rather be married. And I am married. I've seen that because Kelly's sitting right there. What are you going to say? What are you going to say? But the word canon, right. It is a title that is given to you by a cathedral. And it is a seat of authority. So I've been given a seat in Coventry cathedral and that seat is a recognition of the authority that the church has bestowed upon me for the work that I do. Okay, I have no idea what he's talking about. I know. But let me just say this. It's an opportunity to go back to etymology and back to our Greek common heritage. The word cathedra where you get the word cathedral cathedral means the seat. Yes, throne. Yes. Right? So when the Pope, for example, is speaking ex cathedra, he's speaking in the role of the Pope. So a cathedral is the seat of what? The bishopric? How does that work? Yes. Of a bishop of a bishop and I hate I been given a seat at that cathedral. It's just so fascinating that even though we're speaking English, I have no idea what's going on. Okay, the book is called, will I be fat in heaven? I was saying this to you earlier. We hit it off immediately just because I think we have similar mischievous senses of humor and yet we're very serious about God. And so when you write a book with the title will all be fat and have another curious questions. Most of the questions in the book are not nearly as flippant sounding as will I be fat in heaven. But will I be fat in heaven pulls people in? Yes, and also it is a bigger question because the question behind that question is, you know, what will I look like? If I'm going to be in heaven and I'm going to be perfect and I'm going to have the perfect body. Does that mean I'm going to shrink? And if I shrink what people recognize me, so it actually is a big question. These are all big questions, but isn't the real answer to most of these questions? We don't know. In other words, you're talking about when you talk about heaven. We're talking about other dimensions. I mean, the idea that you say, what will I look like in heaven or whatever? There is no answer on this side of heaven that can suffice. So we can talk about it. We can. And there are clues that we can give that help illuminate our thinking. But I'm hoping that the book will just engage with people about faith and the journey of faith and help people rather than hinder people towards Jesus. Now, the book, by the way, it's called will I be fat and have another curious questions. It really is something that it's written on a very simple level. So it could work for young people, right? This is not a kids book, but it could work for young people because of the way that you've done it with people. Absolutely Eric. You know, adults say to children, grow up, but Jesus said to adults unless you become like little children. Oh snap. Seriously, these are very profound questions you have here. Look, let's just start with the title because it does lead to everything. When somebody says, well, I be fat in heaven. First of all, it's funny because we want to know what is going to happen when I get to heaven. Will Jesus sinlessness immediately be imparted to me and therefore my past, my history of poor diet will instantly be washed away. And I will be perfectly healthy. I mean, it's something like that, isn't it? It's absolutely Eric. And of course, coming in at a slightly different angle, it provokes people's thinking. And yes, at the end of the day, we know that we're being given the option. I mean, first of all, Jesus said, men and women are traveling along one of two roads. Men and women are serving one of two masters, men.
Welcome To The Music
"john you" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Robert us. Thank you you thank you. Thank you if i knew you needed trombone. My son plays the trombone. Yeah so but nice time. Next time. we'll get together in person. Radical road brewery green east where we normally get together with everybody outside of kobe. Dying we record there and we often ask our guest to play a few songs for the crowd so hopefully that kashmir to play trombone for you. Yes that again fluids yet absolutely gigging. Let's get absolutely so john. One of one of the topics are one of the segments that we'd like to do and we chop it up into you know one of the segments that we like to do is around las vegas. Hey this is actually you know the funny thing is. I'm totally blowing this. Because this is usually his category. Okay you do launch venues. I'm like all right into the bus here anyway. We like to ask about a loss thing. You place that you've played. It meant something to you was a wow experience could have been a really shitty experience with that. Some people bring that up as well. So can you share a venue. That's no longer with us. Yeah yeah absolutely because you know. There's only one venue where every single band i've ever played in like syria span has played that venue and that's the starlight lounge rest in peace in one liu so the owners are josh bernie Like they were always around on the scene. If you if you do live music you just know. Oddly you know those guys and ours always a place you want it to play an and then over the years they just became like a super supporter like so many great moments like like i said every banned from my first blues rock band jen militia punk rock band my soul music band at launch. My first novel there out played with Dating michelle they're folk singer denim sell at pleaded his band there The ban bands played there in fact we were scheduled to play their april first. Twenty twenty and the lockdown happen right before that was bush to go down and so we cancelled that show and it went under like probably six months after that. So yeah shot that venue because Really yours few venues where it's like. Every single time. I had thing it went down there in so many ways in so many other events that i never that i that were were it might ban shows but they were other bands shows or we were invited into do something might book launch A guiding jason snyder wrote a book called Three thousand miles of these kids who had a suicide pact after. Kurt cobain committed suicide so we had a show where all the local bands played nirvana songs and nobody had seen my ban and they put us on first and we just frigging. We were hot to try. It was like it was like a coming out party for my band because no one had really you know. The bands are always gigging. Same night so you never hear about vance. Never seen that night we were all there and we just like. We stole the show. Jason himself said that he sadly i talked to a couple years going like man. You guys set the bar for that and So many great moments there. Unfortunately it's like university talen live live. Music is is not favorite. Now we have jason jason coming up as a guest talk really. Think so talk about nineteen ninety one we do. We do in december totally blown. This a completely edited in post. I'm sure do yeah. Jet modern media is company. That's right yeah. He's on him. Because we're gonna talk about the influence of nineteen ninety-one mutt him and michael barclay. Yeah so so jason snyder. A while we're on that subject. He has also written about almost every art project out done since the ninety three bands. My both my books every album might anytime. I've had something to promote jason's written about it while so that's a you got not as far back as ninety one but you could throw that it. You'll best that we wrote. You'll definitely he's a great person to ask about how weird it was for me being a black kid doing music in kitchener east side from the outside right now. Who is just. i don't care. Do you can tell you how people looked at zoe. Israeli have been. He was one of the first guys was like yavne. Add living color bat bray. Gi man. i get it mike. Keep doing what you're doing. And he was like you know there was only will people like that. So yeah. Awesome shadow to the starling. Social club john. That song also amazing. Thank you so much. Thank you for for playing and thank you so much for joining us. This has been a lot of fun before we let you go. We want people to tend to listen to your music. We want people to pick up your book. I tell everybody. Where can they go to get the stuff. Yes so the saga king inside a boy first of all. I see them as a the memoir saga boy in the album. Saggy king is like like to have of of the same piece of art on the book is everywhere like i mean i was justin indigo at eglinton young and just walked in any bookshop like anywhere in the country. You can you can find it right now. So go on all the online places you can find it if you buy local ask local bookstore Be the havoc copy or they can get one really quickly so no issues there. It's on peyman. Random house The album same thing. It's online light wherever wherever you like to listen to music. Go this look of john. Orpheus cited king. Either one or both in and it's they're really proud of it really proud and you'll get at me on the social change instant. The twits attain the fist team All take them advocate. John thank you so much for joining us thank you. Yeah thank you great. Karam appreciate you guys. man awesome. Yeah you guys can have me on to talk about other stuff other than must stuff. I'm buick is down to talk about. So i'm just saying i'm putting myself out. Bank is once you get back into the bar and recording from there back in. Let's have a chat. I love it. I love it guys take care..
Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"john you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Started. Yeah better get one of those flashlights from the game show deep dives john. I warned you. Say it's been gilbert godfrey to mazing colossal podcast with my co-host ryan santo padre and We our guest has been a guy yano. Yeah he's done movies. He's done devi he's done broadway. But most importantly he is the first action shave in motion picture challenge goodnight gracie john. You're the best thank you.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"john you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"There's wheat and there's chaff and you get to pick It wasn't always quite as clear as it is right. now in. The cuomo case illustrates it horrifically. Here's why you'll believe that unborn. Babies are disposable and the elderly people are disposable. Are you going to really have very strong ethics about hitting on married women. As cornwall apparently was asking one of the women that cheat on her husband with him or pushing a little too far when when your testosterone level peaks and pushing further. We first of all the lines. That feminism's tried to draw are completely crazy and hard to discern in the wake of the sexual revolution. We don't really have mores that are stable. That's the point. That's that's the whole point. Is that if you don't believe in a transcendence if you don't believe in right and wrong then you have to ask the honest question. Why would anybody blame governor cuomo. What's wrong he's just living out. The world view that most people effectively passively accepted and the standards being proposed or somewhat incoherent for instance one definition of sexual harassment is an unwanted sexual events. Until you try whether it's wanted or not. I mean to some degree of the sexual harassment thing while there are real in horrific cases of sexual harassment they are. They're trying to kick boys out of college and put boys in prison for ordinary mail. Fallen heterosexual behavior and and the department of education had tried to fix the standards under troub- to being the Bringing back the presumption of innocence and the requirement for evidence the old timey anglo-saxon things like proof And the feminists outraged. They want it. They really wanna standard whereby beef. A couple sleeps together in the next morning. The woman regrets it. The guy goes to jail. Terry thomas great british actor who won said oh what a shaw You can look that up but really. That's what this is another is. This is the it is such a mess because you have incoherent worldviews with incoherent worldviews. You you have you know. The norman mailer grope hypertoxic masculine on the one hand and then you have the antithesis It is such a confusion. It's where we are. It's at least entertaining. We're gonna go to a break folks. I'm talking to john's mirror please. do not forget. Go to metaxas talk. Dot com food for the poor needs. Your help metaxas talk dot com food for the poor. Please help thank you just stewart. I'm talking to john's mirror in john's merrick talking to hey john You.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"john you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"It is true. Isn't it that that if you really think this is all that there is. You're scared to death of losing it in other words. You're far more fearful than you would be if you knew you have an immortal soul and that you're going to be in the presence of god in heaven by the way people tell me heavens a pretty good place might even be better than this. So there are two views. And you're quite right. We're seeing because of globalization and the internet in a way acceleration of this. It's almost like a like a a a threshing winnowing. there's wheat and there's chaff and you get to pick It wasn't always quite as clear as it is right. now in. The cuomo case illustrates it horrifically. Here's why you'll believe that unborn. Babies are disposable and the elderly people are disposable. Are you going to really have very strong ethics about hitting on married women. As cornwall apparently was asking one of the women that cheat on her husband with him or pushing a little too far when when your testosterone level peaks and pushing further. We first of all the lines. That feminism's tried to draw are completely crazy and hard to discern in the wake of the sexual revolution. We don't really have mores that are stable. That's the point. That's that's the whole point. Is that if you don't believe in a transcendence if you don't believe in right and wrong then you have to ask the honest question. Why would anybody blame governor cuomo. What's wrong he's just living out. The world view that most people effectively passively accepted
The Eric Metaxas Show
"john you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Of the state of california. Wouldn't that be amazing john You said my faith. I assume you're a christian. And when did that become important in your life. Well i actually adopted my faith as an adult. I didn't have a religion growing growing up. My mom was not religious. One iota and i always questioned where i was from and where i was going. Frankly and so I met my first wife who happen to be catholic and i adopted the catholic religion. I did it without telling her and sought instruction and and was baptized. When i was nineteen years old and now i've been electorate. My church for twenty years taught sunday school. I was don't brag. How did jimmy carter. Okay all right. That's nothing you wanna brag about. Nombre again i just. I'm just head my background. Is i got involved very much church and i felt it was very very important. I believe in my faith. And god's plan for us. I believe in god's love was shown through giving us all free will and freedom and free will is god's gift to us and it's it's in the constitution as the first freedom the the first amendment to the bill of rights is freedom of religion and that's because people came to this country seeking religious liberty and god gave us those that free will because he wanted us to love him. Because of our own choice. I want my children to love me for their own choice not to be forced but see communism. Socialism and big government doesn't want that they want to force you to do things and i think the essence of god's love is free will and that personifies itself in freedom and frankly the us is the greatest country in the history of the world because we celebrate freedom and because we have that firmly a solidified in in the bill of rights. When when did you decide that politics might be the thing for you know others. You've not held off till now which is a badge of honor and a credential to run for office but when did you think that maybe this would be the thing for you to do. Well listen. I've always been involved in some respects. My mom was very political. She loved john f. Kennedy and when i was a little six year old i would go around the house imitating jfk. Ask not what your country can get for you. i think. Jfk by the way wouldn't be welcoming. Today's democrat party kidding. No no no no no no. He probably would have drifted into the sloppy pro-abortion world of his brother. Ted i mean it's kinda strange. How the kennedys. Once were agreed at least a sensibly Faith filled certainly not in practice. But it isn't. It is an amazing thing to think how far the left has drifted. It was one thing to be a democrat then to be. Democrat now is effectively to be as a socialist marxist in an anti-american kissed. And that's not a word but you you know when we talk about the political landscape in california. What do you think what do you think the months ahead would hold. If you were able to run. Who would be against. You would gavin newsom of beer your toughest competitor. Would he run again. These recalled. I don't know the details. I'm not a california. The ballot is just one ballot. It's two questions. Do you want to recall them. Yes or no. And if we get fifty percent plus one to say yes. He's out in ten days. Okay then the second question is who on this list. Do you want to replace him. I'm the top candidate right now. I have twenty five percent. And then i can potentially win the race. You're the top candidate. I'm the top candidates field. There's no major democrat. That's gonna run newsom and his aunt. Nancy pelosi are making sure that there's no other democrat that has any candidate name recognition or any kind of position of power. So you think. Anti pelosi has their thumb on the scales is is it like a corrupt family business. Pretty much i mean no kidding pretty it is oh it really is well rounds to and the browns who can forget linda ronstadt. And what's his name. Jerry hearing who can forget Let me ask you so if this were to happen. When would the recall be what. What is the timing because right now. We're still in june. What does it look like. It looks like it's going to be september fourteenth. They haven't selected a date yet they don't really have to yet right signatures are all been counted on the recall petitions. It's all been validated. But they gotta wait for the lieutenant. Governor believe it or not is the one who calls the election. And she's going to do it. Sixty to eighty days after all the steps have been taken. Those are pretty much all done now. So she's probably gonna call it. Probably around september fourteenth. Well is so the election would be immediately. After the same reform. It's the recall. Vote and the allies on one day. It's all one ballot so you would find out. What does it take to count six or eight months knowing. How long would it take. They're gonna they're gonna know within a few days. I would expect a mail ballot election but they should know it that night. Just remember florida tabulated. All its votes on election night A lot of states that disavowed theoretically can be done. Yeah newsom is out in ten days by the way if he loses if vote for yes. Isn't that guy look like hercules. You never know who you're gonna see your the. Nrp you look up. It could be. Boris karloff could be kevin. Sorbo could be anybody but he's staggering. It's unbelievable good news Well let me just say that. It's exciting to think about the possibility of you as governor. That would be an extraordinary thing. I'm glad to a political well. It would be political earthquake. And here's the thing. Though i'm not a californian but if you get in and you don't deliver i'm coming for you. Okay i'm gonna get on a bike ride across the country because boyle boy. Oh boy do. We need action. We need we need revolution. It's so horrifying to think what career politicians have done. So electing folks like you really would just absolutely extraordinary privileged to talk john cox. God bless you same here. Thanks kim.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"john you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks. I'm talking to john cox. The man that i hope will be the next governor of the state of california. Wouldn't that be amazing john You said my faith. I assume you're a christian. And when did that become important in your life. Well i actually adopted my faith as an adult. I didn't have a religion growing growing up. My mom was not religious. One iota and i always questioned where i was from and where i was going. Frankly and so I met my first wife who happen to be catholic and i adopted the catholic religion. I did it without telling her and sought instruction and and was baptized. When i was nineteen years old and now i've been electorate. My church for twenty years taught sunday school. I was don't brag. How did jimmy carter. Okay all right. That's nothing you wanna brag about. Nombre again i just. I'm just head my background. Is i got involved very much church and i felt it was very very important. I believe in my faith. And god's plan for us. I believe in god's love was shown through giving us all free will and freedom and free will is god's gift to us and it's it's in the constitution as the first freedom the the first amendment to the bill of rights is freedom of religion and that's because people came to this country seeking religious liberty and god gave us those that free will because he wanted us to love him. Because of our own choice. I want my children to love me for their own choice not to be forced but see communism. Socialism and big government doesn't want that they want to force you to do things and i think the essence of god's love is free will and that personifies itself in freedom and frankly the us is the greatest country in the history of the world because we celebrate freedom and because we have that firmly a solidified in in the bill of
Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"john you" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"This episode is brought to you by the nba. From the squeak of shoes on the hardwood to the tips of their fingers. It's mesmerizing dance of jaw-dropping downs heartbreaking blocks and mind-blowing steals. It's the most fantastic athletes in the world. Who make your heart beat out of your chest and make you want to jump into the screen and be right on the court with them. That's the nba. That's game don't miss the nba playoffs going on now. Guys always love hearing from this guy. John michie is joining us now from london. It's a little noisy where he is so bear with us because he's got a courtyard. We cannot turn the sound down on his courtyard but always delighted to catch up with johnny and want to start with something a little lighter than usual instead of the heavy stuff. I know you've got some real strong geeky. When it comes to the star wars franchise. I didn't know whether you had some geeky and other realms as well yes yes malvinas excellence. Dc universe less. So though i'm here for one one so tell me what you liked best. I don't know much about this world. This is not cozy. How is it possible especially for you. You are the archetypal. I expect you to go home at night. If i know you better if i looked at jeb you are home night. You are shooting deeply in the face on a video game and and swearing fourteen year olds who obedient. That's what i would have imagined but the marvel universe is. I like all that kind of stuff. It's escapism. i'm just icon. Spend my days doing the work i do and then watch twelve years a slave. Something i did ted. You can't do it. I need. I need it to be something a bit more. Escapist it's coming..
Everything Everywhere Daily
"john you" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"But nothing ever happened the generic name in europe. This time for the emperor was simply prester. John ethiopian sent representatives to the fourteen forty one council of florence and were deeply confused as to why everyone kept calling their leader prester john as with asia eventually increased knowledge about put a damper on the prester john myth and that and if you opium's continually saying we don't know who pressed her john is however that still didn't totally kill off the legend. When the first explorers from europe sailed to the americas they were keeping a lookout for prester john just in case he might pop up somewhere in the western hemisphere. In hindsight the prester john story does seem a bit far fetched however there is a small kernel of truth from which the rumors and legends all began for example when the first stories appeared about prester john being in india there actually was a christian population in india on the west coast near the modern day city of koshi. Christianity arrived there by at least the third century. Perhaps even sooner there were some trade between india in the middle east so this knowledge probably got around likewise the stepfather of gingas. Kahn was in fact a christian as well. He was an historian christian as were several other members of genghis khan's court ethiopia was and still is a predominantly christian country. In fact it was one of the first countries to ever become christian. This fact would have also been known early on especially before the rise of islam. The prester john myth can be thought of as mostly mix of a small bit of truth with a lot of wishful thinking. Andy profound ignorance of geography. The hope for a distant king who would come and save. The day was so great that it kept the story alive. For centuries the legend of pressure. John keeps appearing in comic books and other works of fiction including getting a mentioned in shakespeare's much ado about nothing. The lasting.
Everything Everywhere Daily
"john you" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Origins of the prester. John story go back well. Over a thousand years. As christianity spread across europe the rumors of other christian kingdoms far away in asia. European certainly knew about asia. But they didn't really know much about asia. Good information from the east travel slowly pass through many hands. If you remember way back to my episode on if the ancient romans and chinese knew about each other what they knew was very vague at best and there was really no direct contact. This situation didn't change after the fall of the roman empire if anything the breakdown of a central government may trade harder and decreased what little information these parts of the world knew about each other. The i confirm mention of prester. John that we know of comes from the cronica of auto van freeze engine from the year. Eleven forty. Five key recounted how the christian emperor in the east was going to assist the europeans in the crusades but he was unable to cross the river in modern day iraq. Just a few years later and eleven sixty five the fabricated letter of prester. John became a meme that's spread throughout europe. It was this letter that really turbocharged. The myth of prester john it was address to the byzantine emperor manuel communists and was sent from the supreme. Ruler of the three indies. The writer who identified himself by the title prester john claim to rule a massive kingdom with seventy two kings below him. You listed all the exotic animals in his kingdom which today is sort of a giveaway for the letter being fake because it was a hodgepodge of some animals found in asia. Like tigers and others found in africa drafts. The letter goes further onto say how rich and powerful his kingdom is in one day he would like to visit the church of the holy sepulcher in jerusalem. This was really exciting. Stuff for european christians in eleven. Seventy seven pope alexander. The third sent prester. John reply but of course he never heard anything back over the years. This legend didn't disappear. It actually grew over time prester. John is the name would imply was both king and a priest. According to the legend he was descended from one of the three wise men. In the bible the initial location of prester john was originally somewhere in india as indicated by the supreme ruler of the three indies line in the letter..
Death of a Film Star
"john you" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"Say it feels like scoring a touchdown in the rose bowl. They don't tell you the rest but not around long enough usually okay. It's thursday the fourth of march nineteen eighty two belushi ghost his manager and asked for money hundred dollars. He says it's for guitar. The manager says no falls. New york speaks to his old mates. Don aykroyd aykroyd doesn't like the way he sounds hates the rumors. He's been hearing. He says the belushi. We could do a cruise leave next week. Guess i'm seeing cleanup talk about new projects. Belushi doesn't seem to be listening so says you've got to get on the boat and baluchi starts screaming and yelling. Who the fuck you. Why are you picking on me. He slams the phone down. He asked his manager again. Can i have fifteen hundred dollars in cash. The managers got a visitor. Wrote a big player in the movie industry so this time he doesn't argue he says short john. Get yourself a birthday present. Get the gets are belushi. Goes out finds kathy. Smith gives her the money gets her to buy heroin and coke at eleven pm. They go out to a ball. the strip. That showing repeats of saturday. Night live on the tv screen belushi. What she's drinks. Chews up coke in the toilets robot the narrow popes he's thinking shuttle to the main hotel and have a drink agreed to meet later at the bungalow. It's two in the morning now. Friday the fifth of march baluchis in the car. Park buying coke off a dealer guest in his mercedes and drives back to the chateau kathy smith in the passenger seat this visitors when they get back to the bungalow robin williams has been doing stand up at a club down the road pushing himself testing stuff out a still wise they comes. Cooling does a few lines of belushi. He watches as belushi stops. Seems to fall asleep head nodding only to jerk back up again. Five seconds later. It's too much for williams this in this mess. He doesn't like this woman doesn't like how john looks. He.
"john you" Discussed on Underrated
"You know Or expressing great reviews of it as well did get mixed reviews. I think fifty percent rotten tomatoes. So right yeah definitely. There's definitely a word of mouth kind of of contribution to these types of movies and if nobody's gonna go watch or people watch it say now it's not really worth your time Then yeah they probably won't I think this is also about the round the time like that. Those other tarzan movies time is time is really hard. It was way before it was way before tarzan those shoes tarzan movies. Starting one of the scars guards the handsome skarsgard. Yeah yeah Oh my god. I i completely forgot about that. I fell asleep attention awesomely. Yeah so i. I think it just didn't capture anybody's attention. I think that's at least for me. I think that's what can i contributed. It's like lack of of success. I agree with the area. Like is Part of it was like the reviews. Probably the marketing. Because i did see. I i remember going to conventions i. I saw a lot of marketing for it the year before but then afterward there was a lot of bad marketing where i i don't know what they were trying to do. I don't know if they were trying to be like. Hey it's like this big new sifi bay kind of thing but it's like swashbuckling Parrots pirates of the caribbean kind of thing. But i just remember like hearing a lot of this is the pirates like the new pirates kind of thing that that's what i remember hearing a lot and i think people were just like i don't want a new pirates more pirates can also too. We were the two thousand twenty tens now becoming this comic book kind of thing. Where like avengers. Drop that same year and i felt like that just cemented like hey comma. Bubis are fucking in now like this is like their golden age so that might have been a thing to were. Maybe just john carter just came out may be.
1170 The Answer
"john you" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"I'm your host. Great Berkson. We did her last seven by discussing the implement So we as Christians need to have to live. And victory in our life. The text I used was from a Fijians. Chapter six versus 10 through 18, and let me encourage you to read that passage to give you strength and encouragement to fight the good fight. Now from there, we're gonna move to our journey that we've been doing in the long haul Our overarching journey through the book of first John, That's beautiful, magisterial letter written by the Apostle John. And in our journey we have come a long way. If you've been with us since the beginning of S O s radio. We've been sort of journeying and turtle pace you could say. Verse. Beiber is getting all the way through to where we are today. And where we are is Chapter five. And today I'm hoping we can tackle some verses from verse six divers eight Who knows maybe even farther. So we have been in this book for a long time, and we've been covering every nook and cranny of it. And so what I want to do is we begin. Our continued study is to remind us of the five reasons why John wrote the center very, very blue briefly. If you have been with us before or just joining us, this will be a quick lightning review. Here. They are The five reasons for why this book was written number one that your joy would be full that you was a Christian would have fullness of joy. You have to say that's very applicability to our world today, isn't it? I think our world needs joy. But even Christians are struggling to even have joy and John You're saying I'm writing this so that your joy would be full, not just have enjoyed the fullness of it number two that we would have victory over sin. Number three that we would understand through the power of the Holy Spirit. The imperative to love one another. Number four that we would be aware of false teaching false doctrines. And the number five the most important and the reason for why this book was written in the first place. Here it is that you would know that you are truly saved that you would have assurance. Of your salvation. No, I elaborated on these reasons. In our last episode that is a couple episodes ago. And if you want to learn more, May I suggest that you visit our website at scarlet on stone dot com and listen to the episode that dealt with these verses on her website. We laid all that with bullet points. You can see what we talked about on the website very easily. So it's all laid out for you there. Let me encourage you to go there and listen to the previous broadcast. What I want to do now is a share. With you. Just this empowerment of what happens. Was it go from Verse five and verse six on, so Here's we're going to do. I want to now begin with verse.
"john you" Discussed on WTVN
"If you'd like to learn a little bit more about Johnny, Sistine and company and the managing to be wealthy process, you can look us up on the Web at bandaging to be wealthy dot com or give us a call at our office 6143263077. Like did we can schedule introductory meeting? Learn a little bit more about your situation and then also give you a little bit more detail on how we approach financial planning, But hopefully, this radio show gives you that approach. We were talking about goals in the earlier segments to start off the new year, and it always comes back to cash flow. Right. So when you're setting your goals, your cash flow worksheet is the Life, blood of a financial plan and John You've been saying this for decades, not to insult you there, but it's so true, and the more I do it, the more I realize it. I spend January 1 every year going through my cash flow. Last year, I spent 60% less on gas gasoline. In the prior year. Not surprising. Even there was the Kobe that I wasn't going anywhere, but I'm aware, right. I was actually intrigued by like I wonder how much less I spent on gasoline and went down by 60%. Well, now was there another bucket that that filled into or was that person? Actually, no overall spending went down. Great question. Right. So now I had surplus, their overall spending went down, so I was able to apply to other things like debt. Right, Right. Let's let's go. Let's hammer that dead away. And that's the other thing, too. It doesn't always have to be investment right. My goal is to get debt free. So you know, While I save for retirement, I focus other energy at other areas in my personal goal is to get rid of debt, so I apply it towards the debt. So that's probably one of the Biggest things that John taught me about financial planning was You can tackle..