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The future of drone delivery in urban areas
"Hello and welcome to series three of the electronic specify insights podcast. Today we will be speaking to ills. Aw c o of airways who are provider of management systems for a manned traffic management and drone fleets the company's counting psychic pa in the world's first mesh network drug delivery test which is underway in harrow. Which is just outside tel aviv in israel the of this program is to showcase the new technology to come one of the main barriers skating up commercial drug operations namely the limitation on the number of drums back nominate operate in urban areas. So hello and welcome to the podcast. Hello joe hill. Thank you for old excellent. I think stuff off the perhaps. Tell me a little bit more about and weighs in the work that you guys do. And also role with the company so The and co founder. William was founded by ex israel air force personnel. Basically we bring vigneault. How on how to manage namic aerospace's. That's what i did in the reserve and we founded the to bring division you know. Let's a scalable. Jonah perations in autonomous environment over the urban skies. And what we hope to do is to take what we know on. How do you manage you know and complex environment of Era vacation in how you take it and for phillips within your other drawn technology that the now with emergency no everywhere around the globe. That's what we're planning to do. And that's what we actually doing them. The pilot Obviously will expand.
Story: The King of the Birds
"This is jonah. And i'm here with a delightful story that features two governors one good and one bad and some magical birds a time ago in korea. There lift two brothers after their father passed away. The elder brother tricked the younger and to cool their father's property as a result he lived in knock shree while his younger brother was very poor. The elder brother whose name was knol bow lift on ron with several comfortable houses meanwhile the younger brother young bo lived in a thatched hooked and when it rains. The water dripped onto the earth and floor. The room was so small that when he laid down on the floor he's feet were up against the wall in some of the bugs bit so hard that it was more comfortable to sleep outside but he only had one wife him. He loved very much and several children whom he dude he young and his wife made sandals and sold them in the market. When times are good they earned enough to buy food but when times were bad they went hungry. Then the children cried food. Even the rat who lived in their house squealed and despair. Hume left the house to look for work in the district. While he was away the family grew even more hungry benchley. His wife asked the oldest son go. His rich uncle now
Yilmaz nets hat trick as Turkey beat Netherlands 4-2
"Let's welcome in craig. Burley julian laurent and moreno guys. Plenty of world cup. Qualifiers to discuss. Let's start with the pick of the day from wednesday in group g turkey a four two victory over the netherlands bracket mouse with the hat trick. Telenovela scored as well david class in luke. Diong the goal scores for the dutch memphis to pie missing a penalty late. See this was a crazy game to come out more impressed with turkey or disappointed in the dutch. Oh definitely disappointed in the dodge. Listen to the tux. Four shorts and four goals. Something something crazier so clearly. The game plan was to keep tight and try and catch jonah. And so for them. It was a perfect game for the dutch yes. They scored two goals away from home. Yes they got. Apparently but all of these things were when it was too late and with a possession. The dutch with the ball particularly in the attack in the did absolutely nothing with so going forward in some respects. They a blunt. Clearly we useful goals. You got problems at the back. Alley pre pandemic. I feel like we were talking about. The dutch is a potential favorite. Dr course at least for the euro's things have certainly changed under frank gore and you just mentioned the name that changed at all frankly war he gets a hold of this national team and it's my goodness this is going to possess the ball to that they're gonna pass the ball sideways and back but when it comes to being efficient in the attack well there ineffective. This is a team that in the first half. Yeah they had all the possession in the world but did nothing with it as stephen. Just alluded to it and then defensively. Not enough for incision not enough work in one v one situations almost prize that the turkish team was actually getting after an attacking them when there were opportunities to do so. This team has all sorts of flaws. But i think the biggest flaw comes from the top frank gore. I just have to say. I have no idea how he got his hands on this national team job and to me it looks like a guy who dosing match the personnel that he has available to him on the field. This team is all over the place
Biden Speaks Out Against Mass Shooting in Boulder, CO
"The shooting at the Boulder King Soopers, the consequences of all this or deeper than I said, suspect, we know By that I mean the metal consequences. The feeling of anyway, just Through too many of these He's calling for more gun law reform, including closing loopholes for background checks. We are learning more about the 10 people who died in Boulder. The 10 victims who died in the king super shooting were from 20 to 65 years old. The youngest 20 year old Denny stung, worked at the store The frame around his Facebook profile picture says I'm a grocery worker. I can't stay home. 25 year old Ricky Olds and 51 year old Terry Liker also worked. A King Soopers and 62 year old Lyn Murray was a photo director for several fashion magazines. Laura Hatch K Away. NewsRadio, Colorado Congressman Jonah
Where to Find a Truly Authentic Disney Beach Vacation
"We're going to be talking all about disney's beach resorts and we're talking about disney's i guess. Would we call them their real beach resorts all around the world. Not their photo. Beach resorts at their feet resort feats resorts like that fo- beach and we're talking about places like what disney's beach club resort would be there features are and just a little bit of background. I remember when we talked about the wave pool that was in the lagoon and outside of the polynesian and dick nunez the emad surfer who turned imagine near and when they first opened disneyworld he thought disneyworld had to compete with beach resorts in florida. And that no one would wanna go there because there wasn't a beach so they created beaches and they tried to do surfing. Didn't really work but then later. They added the pool at typhoon lagoon yet and of course they added the beach club resort and tom along they deign has a real sand bottom. But it still wasn't real and when we say beach resorts i guess. Let's put it this way in front beach resorts well all right. Well we'll get into that. So there are you may or may not know three count them three actual disney beach resorts not associated with any theme parks. And we've talked about one on this podcast in the past if you're planning summer vacation hopefully we're all going traveling this summer and you want to go to a beach resort and you love disney. We're gonna give you three amazing options for disney beach resorts and i'm putting them in my personal preference order. You're probably going to agree with my order. I would imagine start with number one. Most important will go first. Okay and that for me is alani lenny desire lani resort and spa in co alina. A wa who hawaii i do you say that. So he no or lena that. So co lena is the little town. This is a true beachfront resort in hawaii. In this episode we're going to focus on the beaches because we're talking about beach vacations. We will do more in depth on the resorts. We've already done one about our number two which will get to momentarily. But if you there's nothing really. That beats a hawaiian beach. What do you think jonah blank blank. So the beach call. Lena is you fly. Into on her lulu. And it's a really short drive right. We definitely rent a car. And i'll get into why that resort alani is right on the ocean in this really upscale town called co alina and it's a little bit of an interesting beach there because it it's very sheltered. They have storm break. So it's not very good for surfing but if you're one of those people that likes to think the ocean is a pool that has no currents at all. This might be for you. Yeah it's of funny. Because i learned somewhere along the way in my travel life that most of resort hotels on islands even barbados in that they build the hotels on the quiet side of the island. But we love waves right. We like big waves. So we'd always have to do. When i was surfing and barbados. You gotta go down to the super bowl's on the other side of the island but all the big resorts are on the calm side. If there is one and co lena's the whole point is sort of like that but actually there's four lagoons dan this strip of land in their man made so they did like you said they built breakwaters and they're sort of like a c shape. It's almost like a donut with a little cutout which is open to the ocean right. So there's water comes in. They are open to the ocean but yes. They're very calm. They're pretty large. I don't know. I don't even know how big they are. But they're big. It's not like people. Yeah and you can rent boats and sailboats. And a few things in there it can take a lot of people and then there's other upscale resorts at the neighbors of alani and there's four of these lagoons and you can walk along the waterfront the rest of the waterfront there sorta rocky so that's probably why was undeveloped in the past and then disney came along and somebody figured out. Hey we can make nice beaches here if we put these little lagoons. So it is a true. Hawaiian beachfront resort. You can swim in the beautiful pacific ocean. It faces the sunset which is really nice. But if you're going to hawaii and if you're going to alani in particular there are many other as ing beaches on oahu. Don't always need to go in a volcano. Guess you don't need to go. What is oh. Amelia wrote a song as a kid going to hawaii in volcano which would be the big island of hawaii not on oahu. But if you're going to oahu and you're going to alani it's a beautiful beach Franck resort will get into all the rest of it and another episode because es cell using storm along. Bay is a good waterpark. Alani puts it to shame. But we're going to save that for a future episode. Pure here for storm. Along is now an official disney waterpark. A resort it sort of water park for among resorts compared to any other pool. That is you know typically pool with a slide. It's pretty much a waterpark. There's a lazy river there. there's a beat anyway. we're not talking about disney's beach club resort. We're talking about disney's true beach resorts on the ocean. But if you go to alanine. You're in hawaii definitely rent a car because there are some amazing beaches around the island and we have three favorites. Yes when we were there and the one one is why of course the north shore's famous the banzai pipeline. Wia me a base of drive to that beach. Any of these things are an hour to ride real easy day trips to go to the beaches and then i call the surfing beach surfing. Beach is kylie loa beach. If that's how you pronounce it pronouncing these the lower something. It's just back on the way back towards honolulu about halfway. There may be and yet. It's it's a real true. Hawaiian bichon little campground part. If you wanna take surfing lessons there it's great. There's great lessons there. The waves are consistent. It's a true open. Beat quite amazing. Little kids surfing. Yeah amazing little kids. Maybe we'll post a picture of usurping on that beach as part of this social media for this episode so that that one's really close great spot to go surfing and then across on the other side of the island is kahlua which is a really cool little town right on the water and they have a really neat beach there too so chi loo beach the north shore and kellyanne lower beach. I think that's how you say it. I may be saying wrong but you'll find it. Those are three awesome beaches. Plus you do have a beach rate at your resort. A nice quiet beach like amelia said. The water's warm there. It's very calm tons of beach chairs. it's it's fairly large semi circle shape. Check it out on a google earth map and you'll see so that is out of ninety eleni hawaii and then another one we talked about. They will be disney's vero beach resort. And i don't know this might actually be my favorite beach if we're talking strictly about the beach hotel. I'd have to say personally. I prefer the air disney's vero beach resort beach than the alani beach lie because it is truly wide open to the ocean. You can't even serve there either. You can on windy days. We have seen people surfing there. You can definitely bougie board there quite a bit. But i'm going to get in just like we did with lonnie there's other beaches nearby but at vero beach resort the beach is you know you're just on the coast there on vero beach so it extends hundreds of miles but there's rarely it's rarely what i would call crowded. No sometimes in the mornings we go on beach walks and watch the sunrise and get bitten by no see'ums. We talked about that in our verbiage. Episode. this is what. I was alluding to earlier if you want to know. More about. The resort in the area listened to that episode a few back but the beach itself. We didn't really focus on and there is a beach house. there where you can rent watercraft sailboats. But you can bring your own boogie boards and you surf and you're within range of bringing a surfboard. It's your subject to the winds really. It's wind driven surf there. It's not nash. Natural surf break but the beach itself has filled with tons of shells and highlight to look for shark teeth. It's weather dependent so days. It's actually quite calm other days. It's very rough. So i liked that personally. I like those open
Does Lebron James Deserve More MVP Awards?
"Let me tell you what. Lebron james is notorious for a other than skipping town. Go to another team other than that you know what. He's famous for taking his foot off the gas to a regular seasons when he went back to cleveland. You remember that he was like i don't mean to have the number one seed. I don't need to kill myself during the regular season. that's why he didn't win. Mvp's he undersea deserve to have more last year. Janas was the mvp unwanted convincingly and overwhelmingly. Why bernie 'cause the year before. John is wanted and lashio. Jonah's had better numbers than the year before. And the milwaukee bucks had the best record in the nba. Lebron james was really shocked because he had some false narrative going on that he was the mvp. Come on bernie has some humility. You don't have to do that. Politics will knock it you an. Mvp saying goes true. Greatness needs no self promotion. And we've talked about this probably at least once in every show we've done robin that is lebron is incredibly insecure about his legacy. If he's really the king what is he. Allow these things to get under his skin. He did it last. September when he lost out on the mvp then he says well. What really pisses me off. Allie got sixteen votes out of. That's what really pisses me up. Look if you want to continue to die in this hill lebron. You're going to continue to be seen as petty and al kuzina says the mvp's very political award. Yeah so is the mvp and major league baseball in the nfl. Probably the nhl and the heisman trophy right on down the line. Linda brown goes on to say. I don't sit around thinking about it or crying about it. That's what he just said that's all. He does time even when they won the championship last year and i gave him top credit. Lebron fan never will be better given top credit. Because the lakers are a franchise of eras you had to wilt air the jabbar air the magic the kobe and shaq era negative lebron air to win a championship and when he did the first thing he does say i want my damn respect do what he. What are you constantly begging for. What exactly is it. What happened in because you know why bernie it tells you all you need to know. He knows deep down. He's not the best player all time he knows his michael jordan. That's why it's always looking for these other things to add to his resume. That's why he he wants an mvp and you know what he sees now. He seems j. He sees james harden in brooklyn without a kevin durant and they've won fourteen out of fifteen or whatever the number is bernie and and he's looking going and when a went out to lakers stumbled he's not going to win the
Free Agency 2021: Biggest Winners and Losers From Day One
"Who's the biggest winner from day. One the biggest winner from day one already told you it was. It was a my intro. You're listening great question. Jonnu smith out. It's cam newton. Well that depends kenyans a starter for sixteen games. That's right that's true. It's yeah okay. Potentially find jonah smith. Donald smith big contract with the patriots They invest heavily in him. You like this for him i do. I think you know Obviously the quarterback is the concern. But this is the scenario especially with the move that they made that we look for in fantasy as tight end could be the leader of the pack in terms of targets and opportunities and so look cam was not good in twenty twenty. If cam does start sixteen games in two thousand twenty. One greg olsen. During a five year stretch was pretty awesome of the top tier tight ends of the guys that we did. We talk about what he was in the next group you know. And so from twenty two thousand twenty sixteen. Greg olsen averaged a hundred eighteen targets a season seventy seven catches Decide one thousand yards and five times. Johnny could do that. One season estimate put them right around a top five tight end. Greg olsen was great and not only was he great but we also saw from cam newton in that stretch that he could give you greg olsen. Who could finish as a top eight tight in five straight seasons and give you a number to wide receiver in four of those five seasons three or four of those five seasons whether it was. Steve smith or kelvin. Benjamin and even ted ginn one year. So that's interesting. I'll afforded talking about that on the show tomorrow on the tuesday morning show and then of course we'll have a whole bunch of more news items to react to. Hopefully we'll get some kenny golladay news at some point on tuesday or maybe it'll happen later on monday night as record this at about nine fifteen eastern. Who's the biggest loser from day. One the biggest loser from day one on asking these questions before. I told you that we were starting with these egypt's before the show The biggest guys they ryan tannehill johnny smith and Us down smith and corey davis They're going to have to struggle to replace those guys Davis probably more. So the jonah just from the standpoint of what he was last year with his production number two receiver sixty five catches nine hundred plus yards and five touchdowns. So we'll see what they do in in in that in that regard but i think Tannehill you know. I had him as the number eleven quarterback. I dropped in the thirteen after today. Just because i think it was close between in my mind. Joe burrow and tom brady put them behind both those guys. Okay how 'bout jameis winston ryan tannehill right now. It's soom jameis winston as the starter. I still go. i think it'd be messy. You know. I can't situation we're taking those not blaming So i was hoping james would go someplace else and tastes hill. Would still be the guy with maybe a rookie or somebody. Young that they could groom continued. Just gonna to get you know too much of the mill package of james as the starter and if as milton starter. Davis is gonna play very much so it just feels like it be messy situation oil. Who do you like better. Corey davis with the jets nelson agholor with the patriots. I think adler is going to be bad. I don't trust the situation. You know i mean he. He had so many big. Plays for the raiders last year and he was so good for derek carr but he did that on eighty two targets. I don't think he gets eighty two targets with the patriots. He's going to do the same thing. So with what cam does running the ball with what jonah smith brings to the table with. What the rest of the receiving corps will look like if julian edelman on the team if he's healthy Nagla is going to be A guy that's not on many fantasy rosters middle of the season whereas corey davis could be the best receiver for the jets. I don't know if that's going to be the case. But i would take davis by far over niagara.
Google CCAI with Antony Passemard
"We're gonna be talking about google contact center. And i'm not just saying this because you're here on an is honest truth. I've been hoping one in this composition for a long time because our history. If you go back far enough is rooted in alexa. Google assistant and the voices and spirits. And we've been working in this all contact center environment and customer services for a while and then we see. Google released this kind of suite of tools. The seems to have in some parts from history with with google assistant and all this kind of stuff in very similar technologies. and we've been been exploring it for awhile and excited to see where it goes and what you're up to so thank you much for joining us citing citing. Yeah there's a lot of history there with assistant and yeah we can talk about. It's it's an interesting story but it. What's what's interesting is that it's really exhilarating in the last two years. It's been pretty pretty impressive. What we've been able to deliver and really happy to release a led technology now until it's all coming together and we're seeing great results so happy to cheryl that nice. What's what's what's who is it. That says underwent a plan comes together is bigger is gonna plan comes together nicely. Well well on any join those. So you the head of compositional nine contact center at google cloud jonah. Tell the people tune in a little bit about what the rule is what you do on google cloud and how that relates to i own the product the product suite basically. So whatever touches conversational. I for google cloud which is now set of a set of product so some underlying technologies like the speech to text. Api or text to speech api. Some of the amelia technologies that we have but on top of that really. What's interesting. is the various products. No dalek show. For cell surrey's channel bots voice and chat the agent assists to help human agent do their job better and getting sites. And what's going on in real time as they were talking to customers and the latest one is insights which is coming verviers soon which is about understanding all your contact center and everything that's happening they are so it's kind of a product suite under the umbrella. Ci and yes. I own that. I have a team of product. Managers that Do a job at delivering on those products from helping drive a change in the market with this nice so i was just trying to put the lincoln in lincoln. So you mentioned the Some of it has a history with google assistant. Let's unpack that a little bit. So where i come from. And what relationship. If any have with google assistant technologies it started about four years ago. I think some somewhere around that where we did assistant actually did an acquisition of a company. Api and the. I was A tool to help people build better. Google assistant interactions turned out. That in google cod. We were really interested with this technology and the cloud. Google customers actually started using piano the i to build bots for arna a prize and it became dialogue so and so we started planning a little bit working toward more entreprise use cases with alec flow as as assistant was working on their own on their own path and were sharing a lot of the nfl. You underlying the technology but as time passed we so much more traction in the enterprise and had to separate ourselves a little bit in terms of how you manage the the system itself and elliot's fairly common but the system you know the the designer the interaction the web hoax infrastructure the security level privacy that we could provide with allah flu can a diverse and about i would say about two years ago. We started embarking on a new journey toward larger on it so we had their early over. I think we have about one point. Five million developers now in dallas so signed up but we saw that big move award. Large large companies like verizon and likes that wanted to have a lot more flexibility and being able to handle more complex. Use cases with their varietal agents Migrated toward what we just launch in. General is but at the same time we expanded toward agent assists and insights we added to the portfolio so the history starts at a piano. The i four years ago. But i think they're somewhat of a split about two years ago to address the large enterprise cases those use cases and so for those who you mentioned. It's this this dialogue floor the cx was created. There is agent assist olympics and insights. Those are the those are the the full men compo- insects out yet but inside his common. That's right isn't it. Yeah so. It's a early preview right now. It's coming on in in In preview the states kind of bit is a new term. Like we don't have alpha beta anymore. We have previews and j preview previews coming out. I think in the next month and now it takes care is incites is no analysis product per se. It is it is inside. So floyd assists on sites had the three main main products. And i'm accents. Okay then so. Donald flows has been used a lot for goodness actions as well as chump dot says wella's contact center etc for those up in the day a more than likely have experienced dialogue floor in some shape or form. So what is it. The drove the need for dialogue floor. Cx whetted cx come from. Sussex is more graphical. It's it's slightly different to. Es what's the history. Yeah that's actually very important. So essentially asks is basically dial for the daleks with everybody knows that the prior version she will that was meant to build simpler interactions. So one or two turns. Maybe three turns if you if you really need to go a little deeper but some people have called it like slot failing type of bots little bit of that no s something getting tencent and entities and do something where the work or cloud function fairly simple. But when you talk about larger apprise they need to handle much more complex use cases longer. You know five. Ten twelve fifteen turns in conversation or you know things that lasts for two or three minutes on the voice side and being able to handle that without floor essential was very difficult. Because linking intense between them. The nfc between intense was a little difficult to do and the visual builder was a big improvement where you can see a complete flow manage the transition in dragon drop. Ui all without code was really important to a lot of customers but it really doesn't stop there Dallas came from a need for better predictability in spending for example so the pricing model is different. Secession based rather than a turn or fifteen second incriminate. It has a skill ability Capabilities that are much higher so delicacy. Excellent handled forty thousand intent in a single implementation issue. Compare that doug. Flu central two thousand ten. You can have mega agent on it. Which allows you to go to twenty but cx with forty thousand and ten and we have customers that are in the many many thousands fifteen seventeen thousand intents so it does happen that you need this kind of skill. It also has a lot more features toward ivr's when you used alpha essentials. It's unlikely you're going to replace your vr and hence your vr with. It's more about knowing if you think about assistant. Its interaction with smart device.
What Comes Next? Expert Advice on Working Our Way Out of the Pandemic
"Get things started. I'm joined by Dr Lucy McBride, practicing internist, Healthcare educator and mental health advocate who recently wrote a piece for The Washington Post on what comes next as we continue to work our way out of this pandemic, Dr McBride thanks for taking a few minutes to talk to us about this. Obviously everyone wants to put this difficult chapter of their life behind them. But you point out that there may be some struggles along the way as we get back to some kind of normal. What was it that led you to write this column for the Washington Post. Thank you. First of all for having me. I'm delighted to be here with you today. Um, the reason I wrote, this piece is because right now, we are about to face re entry as the country is being blanketed with vaccine doses and as the production and distribution ramps up We are facing the prospect of reentering life going back to school going back to work if we weren't working already which many of us are, um, going back to socializing hanging out with friends, hugging people traveling going to restaurants? And while that is something that we have been craving for 12 months Get the transition and what I've been talking about for 12 months and actually for my entire career is that you know our mental health is in is relevant to our our everyday lives and our everyday thoughts and feelings. And our mental health has been challenged for the last 12 months. We have been through what I would call a Collective trauma. It's only normal then, as we emerge from a trauma to have ambivalence and anxiety, even if the thing you're getting is better than what you have. How much does the fact that we don't have a playbook for this? This is a brand new experience for all of us. How much does that play into all of this? Absolutely a place. And you know when we are faced with a threat like Corona virus, you know, unique threat. That is invisible. If ubiquitous, it doesn't have a cure. Of course, the vaccine is the vaccines are marvelous, but for a long time we haven't had any way to control it other than our own behavior. We crave, um, control we crave certainty. We've all been dealing with this sort of low grade and in many cases, high grade level of fear and anxiety and vulnerability that Is universal. Really? It's you know, my patients think that it's unique to them that they're really anxious. And Heather and I say to them every day, you know this is normal. We are wired for survival as human beings. When we're faced with a threat like covert 19, it's normal to be anxious to have a heart racing heart palpitations. Tightness in their muscles, sleeplessness jitteriness affect your behavior. And so it's only normal then to be craving courtesy. And when we don't have a road map, we don't have a game plan per se. It could be nerve wracking. Let me say, though. That the game plan of widespread vaccination is Truly the past forward and really the only path forward and it's in. It's in. It's coming, so I'm absolutely hopeful that way have we do have we don't have a no game plan. We just It's just not certain. I'm joined by Dr Lucy McBride, practicing internist, Healthcare educator Mental health advocate. She recently wrote a piece for The Washington Post on what comes next. As we continue to work our way out of this pandemic. Are there certain types of people that might struggle with this more? Yes. People who have preexisting anxiety are having a harder time with the uncertainty, vulnerability and fear that the pandemic has brought. Um however, under the umbrella of anxious people are people who had social anxiety, and some of my patients who have social anxiety have actually been Comfortable sitting at home on Saturday nights, and therefore, Jonah, I'm raising my hands right now. Yes, I have a lot of my Saturday night spot on the sofa kids. So you know what? Let's acknowledge. First, kids have suffered enormously being out of school. But some kids, let's say middle school kids high school kids who have social anxiety. You know, that's been actually quite nice for them, but that is not to take away from the enormous emotional trauma two kids. The point is that if you had anxiety before this is not helping if you had depression before The pandemic and the socialist suit. Isolation is not helping. And then if you had an addiction to alcohol, you know other substances. If you were a binge here, for example, a stress eater those things May have flared during the epidemic when you were stripped of the usual coping mechanisms that you had in your regular life, like connecting with loved ones you know, taking, you know, going to the gym. So you know what I'm seeing in my office and the reason why it's relevant for a doctor to be talking about it is because these things affect our
Judge rules that Deputies accused of sharing Kobe Bryant crash photos can be named
"Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa Bryant, can obtain the names off four Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies who allegedly shared graphic photos from the site of the helicopter crash that killed her husband, their daughter, Jonah and seven others. The L A Times reports that an effort by the Los Angeles County lawyers to keep the deputies names under seal was rejected yesterday by U. S District Judge John F. Walter. The ruling means the names and details from the Internal affairs investigation can be added to Vanessa Bryant lawsuit against the county and the Sheriff's Department. The county, though Can appeal the decision.
Betsy Parker And John Aprea, On 9 Marriages, Pilates, Love, And A lifelong Acting Career
"Welcome back to the skinny confidential him and her podcast. I'm lauren everett's bostick. The creator of the skinny confidential and across from me is my husband. Michael boston cloudy today. We have an episode. That's kind of fun because it's kind of like you're happy hour with all of our friends. We decided to invite my pilates teacher who has become a dear friend of mine in la betsy grassi and her significant other jonah. Praia on the show to give you a little context. Betsy is a top celebrity influence. Pilates instructor she honestly has all the moves. When it comes to plaudits she trained me. Throughout my whole entire pregnancy was aasa. I- waddled over to her from our house every single day. She trained me. And then i would waddell back home up until the day that i gave birth. I think i worked out with her the day. My water. I'm convinced that's why the delivery was so quick strong. Tell she's absolutely amazing. Check her out on instagram at parker pilates and then we also asked her to bring on her stallion of a husband to use a stone. John my man. You're a handsome sob. They're very good looking couple. That's the has got it hit. She's got the body. She's got the clothes and then john. Her significant other is an american actor and comedian. He's best known for his role in the godfather part two. He was also in sopranos. He's also uncle jesse's dad in full house and in fuller house which is so hot. 'cause how fucking hot as uncle jesse i mean. Listen i don't know jesse is hard. I can't i can't long you can't live up. There's some guys you come across and you're just like well like i get it. I mean uncle jesse. When i was little my eyeballs were popping out of my sockets. Can't blame you and you know what's even hotter as uncle. Jesse has a hot dad john. Warren it's all fiction that right. I mean the people are real but you know come down so right now you'll be okay so i think that this conversation's really fun. 'cause they're telling stories of their life but they're also peppering in pilates tips and we're talking about acting or talking about the olsen twins of marriages letting there's like nine between them right nine marriages between both of them and what i love and what attracted me to betsy. So much is that. When i went to her studio i walked in. I looked around the studio. It was so beautiful good energy and she was so open with her life and every single time i work out with her which is a lot she just tells it how it is and she's unapologetically herself and i appreciate that especially in the world we're in today and i think that this episode so fun because they are both so open with that. Let's welcome betsy grassi. And john prior to the skinny confidential him in her podcast. This is the skinny confidential. Imon her donga great hair. He so much Now we're sure i got. I got one thing going for me. Doubt that you have two things going on my hot and everybody says it but we like a modest guy yet craig. Cranston was saying that you got competition like what we even with western would mean. Hit chris saying that you are very hot gossip. You're listening break you. Chris addresses betsy and my friend. Okay so we have betsy parker who is my palabras teacher. She is the hottest pilates teacher in. La and we have counterpart john who is also so hot in his leather jacket. Johnson actor and they have been together for twenty years. Own omar more. How long twenty two the to a. I don't even know if i can make two. Let's say twenty. We broke up twice. Okay yeah removed very care during this interview but probably not as it happens all the time. Okay what little breakup gut but we wake up every night. Just about this struggle but may listens fun. I want to get some context of both of you guys. And so i. I wanna go all the way back. Because i've heard working out with betsy about your childhoods but i wanna start with your child so maybe betsy you start and then john you can tell us about your childhood sure to get really specific so so yeah i was born in waukegan illinois if anyone does it know that it. It's a little a little suburb with a big suburb of chicago. It's on lake michigan and it is a factory town. My parents were born in latin america. Their parents were immigrants were armenian by ethnicity but were very american. We never liked gut clannish. I don't know i. There's no other way to describe it but there were probably fifty armenian families back then. So yeah and though i have Four siblings so there were five of us and we are one year apart and there were three boys and two girls while madaba busy busy. Mom and dad really didn't like each other that much but they liked having sex. I think they ended up getting divorced after we were all raised. Twenty four years later bought three brothers. I learned how to be tough. I learned to be funny. I was a tomboy. I learned sports but i think i loved still loved being girly and fashion for shirt.
$1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package bashed by Kemp as backers in Atlanta stress benefits
"In a statement Saturday, Governor Brian can blasted senators Raphael Warnock and Jonah's off on the $1.9 Trillion Covert 19 relief bill passed by House Democrats, Theo governor said quote I strongly urge our two U. S senators to use their considerable influence in an evenly divided Senate to level the playing field for hardworking Georgians and put the people of our state ahead of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi's pandemic politics. CBS 46 reports Senator Ossoff's often Said. Under the bill, aid will come from federal authorities and go directly to cities of mayors who will then distribute the federal dollars to needy Georgians.
New York City lawmaker will not seek a second term
"Lawmaker, one of a few moderate Democrats in the New York City Council says he won't run for a second term anymore. W one of my CDs David Cruz, has more Council member Mark Joan. I blamed a political climate that isn't favorable to centrist Democrats like himself is the main reason for declining to run again. He represented district that includes City Island, Pelham Bay and Throgs Neck. And although Democrats dominate the district, patches of it remain conservative. Jonah represented the Bronx in the New York State Assembly before winning the council seat in 2017. Several scandals were linked to him over the years, including one where he earmarked $130,000 in city council funds for an unregistered nonprofit tied to him. His departure will likely clear path to victory for Marjorie Villa squad is a community organizer and district leader in the Bronx.
Indoor Dining Returns in New York
"Right a big day for pandemic street stricken restaurants in New York because a ban on indoor dining is being partially lifted. Hundreds of restaurants have gone out of business in the past year. Others Barely afloat. But as Tom Brooke reports the move to bring back indoor dining or being on a limited basis, it's not being welcomed by everyone. Chicken sizzles on a grill at Friedman's restaurant on New York's Upper West Side, the establishment is alive. But much of the restaurant industry in the city is moribund from Grand Eater is like the Gotham Bar and Grill, which may reopen to the more ordinary nearby Good stuff, Diner. More than 1000 restaurants have closed fallen victim to covert 19 so start indoor dining on Friday. 25% Governor Cuomo's decision this week to lift the ban on indoor dining up to 25% of capacity is seen as a bit of a lifesaver. Jonah Phillips is the owner of Friedman's restaurant group. We're excited, too. Get our guests back in the restaurant. I think something that we've lost. Is that excitement and energy that you felt when you walked to a restaurant that had guests, innit, eating and drinking and dining. It's fun without indoor dining restaurants in the city have relied on take out and delivery service to stay in business. They've also resorted to extraordinary steps to make outdoor dining and freezing temperatures feasible in some instances, creating huge bubble light structures protecting diners, AFIS it outdoors and eat. Some won't be eating indoors anytime soon, Even though Governor Cuomo has decreed they now can, among them. New Yorker Claire Wachtel, who were sipping tea is an outdoor space belonging to Friedman's on 72nd Street. I won't go into an indoor dining Until this is all over because I think you're relatively safe if you're outside, But if you're in the dining area, it's I'd be too scared to do it. Even the rescue workers are now eligible to get vaccinated and restaurants have implemented numerous safety measures. Some health experts caution that the return to indoor dining is premature. Go out to dinner. CASS is from Columbia University Medical Center opening Internet now, at least to me, while we're just first getting to the point of controlling the spread of this virus Does not seem like the right next step. While mindful off health concerns getting restaurants to flourish economically. It's what Andrew Ritchie from the New York City hospitality alliance really wants to him. That's the priority over the past year. We've lost more than 140,000 jobs in New York City's restaurant industry and indoor dining has been opened up throughout the rest of New York state at 50% indoor occupancy since June. Partial lifting of the indoor dining band is precarious. With infection rates increased. Governor Cuomo has stated it may be reimposed those still working in the hospitality business. No, it's going to be a long, hard slog before the restaurant industry in New York returns to anything like normal. Nikki Joyce is a waitress at tea and sympathy. A much loved British comfort food eatery in the city. Will it get back to where it wasp where you have people, you know, shoulder to shoulder for deeper bars. I just can't see. Unfortunately and sad, but I don't see that happening any time soon. Fervent hope is that Governor Cuomo's partial lifting of the indoor dining band this week will mark the start of the long road back. Away in New York once again boast, but it's home to one of the most lively on fairy restaurant scenes in the world. There you
House prosecutors wrap case against Trump, call verdict 'common sense'
"House prosecutors have ended their case against Donald Trump putting the blame for last month's capital riot squarely on the then president for two days prosecutors said trump spent months riling up backers with claims that the election was stolen then summoned them to Washington and ordered them to fight like hell he said it and they did it house impeachment manager Jonah goose and fellow prosecutors said the rioters who ransacked the capital say they acted on what they saw as a direct order from the commander in chief mounting a deadly attack to what prosecutor Ted lieu called the president's a Gleek president trump did not once condemned the attack trump's lawyers are expected to take less than a day to present their case and the ex president is likely to be acquitted with several Republicans saying the Democrats case did not sway them Sager mag ani Washington
Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for "Dublin's Twin City"
"Muslim was probably she wasn't she wasn't there right from the start. But she started going in the late sixties so it was always sort of out of our lives and mainly bothering me system. He says was a dunster and then we would go to functions and masses and see bonds. And that's the thing an and the tire center involved because my daughter start at dunston She's just left the house. She's now nearly says he and she's got her own kid who i'm sure he's already listening to music. He's eight weeks also show going soon So it's a generational thing really you either get. It was such a good good thing to get into. And i think really being sort of own obsessed with ireland since it was a teenager eighty music history literature going to the place of gotten out through the eyes center. Many great people see many great musical under the types of entertainment. And it's been a real privilege to be involved in a place. Sometimes i was your first memory of it actually. My first memory is a downside. I went to one dancing lesson. There was a lady called maureen bolger on the school system. I think it was already dancing. Will expose along and she made me go into the line to learn a step and got sold off appointing. I left instead of my right foot. And i ran back to me. Mom probably in tears and never went moscow. Vivid memory And i i still can't dance. Say me life. And i can't even want to three. Let's play a bit up. Join many sessions and that sort of thing but contents vivid memory. You're not just at the center of of my early days of about six or seven so that would have been in the old centre circa nineteen seventy. It was great. It was a great place but this is a great place. You've got now is a great place. In a very different way in different location. I was still doing all the things that went on. The center really wanted to exceptions during some different things. so you know lifers evolved. It's changed not ended. The call replaces is walking in and seeing tommy welsh and speaking an having shots on a saturday more. Tell me both from whom. I learned a loss and who was really the man who founded the first artist center. What are your first memories and i. I didn't go to the old irish center. And i've always found to islands but i never went to the old irish center because my parents didn't i stumbled across it one day and a half the children with me and they all got involved face away. They looked at so amdo amuse can johnson. The boys play football in a and just reopen there than really matt loads of the families. And how did you get involved with the committee. And i think it's just from cleaning up the place tidy around and do stuff and volunteered for things and obviously the storm for the committee. Not that. I have to ask a upn with the ball. What for five years. Now yes outsource lesson. Three four years. Ago where i can have you shifts to become the baugh on the angeles. Sony was was the manager at the time. And then i was says the system for -able twelve to eighteen months and then he laughs about a year ago and then being jonah trying to keep things as long as possible and had you been a regular at the center before that sensor will me momentos mass in the old or santa on the only grandparents in great sunk. is used to go to amend we. Let me grounds outs deitz He was you can decide a sensor on his friends. Used to call me. Evans still to this day is friends. On friends of megrahi's goals That's why that's why. I really saw something that has gone on through the generations. Patrick was saying something that throw families who've been going since nineteen sixty four sixty five. There are people who are sort of like synonymous with the place as good friends of ours like coachella england. Who was on their first committee back in one thousand sixty five. He's still going. So there's plenty of people who are trivia originals and you see the families going back generations with the singing of the johnson the music people like Lachlan's the quinlan's best to go and they probably original members still think that it's a place where you can walk in fact home just on a one off basis and people tend to come by so there's people i see in the bar who don't know and then suddenly they find that they're going we can and cannot do at the irish community it just like being in the place you know as a very welcoming you know relaxed laid back place and there's always something going on even if it's not formal echo and on this usually people making their own entertainment so there are families that are like you know is like almost a dynasty. But there's also a lot of people who are we just finding the place and that's what we gotta do to make it. Sustainable gotta keep bringing in new people. You know
House prosecutors say Trump's actions were premeditated
"Continue to lay out their case against former President Donald Trump in his impeachment trial on the single count of incitement of insurrection connected with the attack on the Capitol building by his supporters last month. House managers say Trump spent months falsely claiming the election had been stolen from him. AP Soccer MADANI reports lead prosecutor Jamie Raskin says to those who were in the capital, January 6. They may have felt like chaos and madness, but there was method In the madness. Eric Swalwell argues the president had long laid the groundwork. He built this mob over many months convincing supporters the election had been stolen, summoning them to the capital. The day Congress was to certify Joe Biden's win and then urging them to fight like hell called arms. Jonah Goose and other prosecutors say the commander in chief had become insider in chief, watching with glee as the mob attack the capital and doing nothing to stop it. For that, They say the Senate must convict him.
Trump's Senate impeachment trial moves to opening arguments
"Trump committed a massive crime against our Constitution and our people and the worst violation of the presidential oath of office in the history of the United States of America. That is lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin of Maryland today. He and his fellow House members presented opening arguments in Day two of former President Trump's impeachment trial in the U. S. Senate. Call the former president on insider in chief who reveled in the chaos of his supporters of the capital on January 6th joining us now to talk about the day or NPR congressional reporter Claudia Chrysalis and NPR's senior political editor and correspondent. Domenico Montanaro. Could have you both. Here. Thanks. Thanks. Claudia, you were actually in the Senate chamber today, where the 100 senators as jury members sit silently listening to the House. Impeachment managers make their case describe the mood for us. It was clear much of the time that I was in the chamber that the members were very engaged. For example, they were watching lead manager Jamie Raskin, in his presentation very intently reminded me of the chamber yesterday when Raskin was giving his emotional remarks. About the day he and his family experienced here. During the insurrection. I was seated on the Republican side of the chamber. Republicans were intently watching him and the other managers and that includes those who say they won't be voting to convict Trump like Mike Rounds of South Dakota, Republican member of the Senate. Also, Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell was also watching. Very closely even watch some of these videos of the president's past statements on a television screen on the chamber floor. Many members were taking notes, and this includes those who have voted for the constitutionality of the trial, among them, Ben Sasse of Nebraska had a pile of no cards on his desk. Domenico. The Democrats were making the arguments today. I know you've been watching since the beginning of these proceedings yesterday what stood out to you compared to yesterday's testimony. Well, only later in the day here, have we gotten some of the personal passion and emotion that we had yesterday about the violence on January? 6th? Mostly today, Democrats had been methodically mounting, pretty dispassionate case to show Trump is the reason for why all of this happened. They claim that it's not just isolated to January 6th and tick through numerous things for months and months. That this was months and months in the making that Trump laid the groundwork before the election and drove it home after after that election and was aware of what was being planned. Um, it kind of really makes me wonder how and what the trump lawyers they're going to say in rebuttal, aside from saying that Democrats are being selective and use the word on that they didn't say that he used the word peaceful. In his speech on January 6th. Claudia tell us more about how the Democrats are actually building their case here. Yes, they're focused on showing the timeline of how Trump built a crowd of people who distrusted the election and believed they were following his orders. Jonah Goose, one of the managers of he's, a House member of Colorado. He also talked about this. Let's take a listen. Senators is clearly was not just one speech. Didn't just happen. It was part of a carefully planned months long effort. With very specific instruction. Show up on January 6th. Get your people to fight the certification. So from manager to manager they're building this case each piece building on the next the beginning, middle and end and today mark the beginning of that story. He made a point of connecting directly to their share terror that day, and this was especially apparent is, Domenico noted in the late afternoon when managers have shared dramatic sounds. And footage video footage from the day of the insurrection that the public has not seen before. This was sounds from police scanners of officers pleading for assistance. Pleading for their lives. It's seen as they were being assaulted by the mob. There's video footage from Capitol security cameras showing the mob breaking into the capital and another stunning moment where we see Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, walking outside of the chamber, running into an officer being told they need to clear out quickly and he is running. Behind this officer to escape the mob. Wow well yesterday, Trump's lawyers dismissed the House managers arguments, calling Democrats accusing Democrats of trying to cancel the former president by stifling his freedom of speech. Medical. What did the impeachment managers say about that claim right? Trump's lawyers yesterday said his speech was protected by the First Amendment. But Jamie Raskin, the lead impeachment manager, who we heard from earlier You know, he's a constitutional law professor, And he argued that the quote factual premise and the legal underpinnings of that claim are all wrong, He said. Incitement to violence is not protected speech, and here's how he put it with a familiar phrase. It's more like a case where the town fire chief Who's paid to put out fires sends a mob not to yell fire in a crowded theater, but to actually set the theater on fire. And who then, when the fire alarms go off in the calls, start flooding into the fire department asking for help does nothing but sit back, encourage the mob to continue its rampage and watch the fire spread on TV. Clea and delight. You know,
"jonah" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt
"Jona chapter four versus ten eleven. And the lord said you pity the plant for which you did not labor nor did you make it grow which came into being a night and perished in a night and should not i pity niniveh that great city in which there are more than one hundred and twenty thousand persons who do not know their right hand from their left and also much cattle and thus ends the book of jona with the profit exceedingly displeased. An angry that god had brought salvation to niniveh. The god had saved benefit from the wrath. They deserved and the prophet. Jonah is upset goes out of the city. Sits down there under the shade and god appoints this plant to come up over jona to save him from discomfort in the sun and jonah was exceedingly. Glad about the plant. But then when god appointed a worm to attack the plants withered. Joan was so upset. And god's says in verses we just read you pity the plant a plant. Should i not pity. Niniveh people hundreds of thousands of people who have created a my image whom i love and i desire to save like. There's so much temptation at this point just to be very critical of jona and obviously jonah was in the wrong here but let's look at our own lives i. How often are you an. I consumed with passionate about things in this world that ultimately don't matter i we value plants and possessions and sports and entertainment and petty comforts in trivial concerns. And we can get so worked up over these things so passionate about these things even embroiled in these things that we miss individuals right around us people that we interact with on a daily basis. Who are on a road that leads to an eternal hell. Oh god we pray. Help us to realize to remember what matters most god reprieve. You'd forgive us for our focus on so many different comforts and cares and concerns in this world that we are not more passionate about seoul's being saved not just experience your life and your love in this world but in all of eternity god help us depite what you pity to have compassion like your compassion to love like you love god. We pray. You'd help us too long for what you long for you. Desire all people to know your grace your salvation. We think about seven plus billion people in the world all created in your image your likeness created to know you and created to enjoy you. Who turned from you all seven. Plus billion of us have turned from you and you love them so loved the world that you gave your one and only son that whoever among the seven billion believes in jesus will not perish paternal live gunnery. Praise you for your love for us. We praise you for somebody caring enough about us to share the gospel with us. We praise you for the eternal life we have in you. We praise you for your pity and your compassion and your love for us. So god reprinted helpless his show that for other people around us cowdery pray that ours eel to lead people to to faith in jesus to internal life and you would far outweigh our zeal for anything else. In this world. God that we would be emotional about passionate about not plans and possessions and sports and entertainment and petty comforts and trivial concerns but that we would be passionate about people and their souls for all of eternity. God we we pray that you would keep us from living like we see joan in this last chapter. God help us to be a clear reflection of your love for the people around us people who are desperately in need of your grace. We pray that you would help us to be more concerned about their salvation. Then we are about new business ventures new gadgets nicer things and sports teams and whatever else this world offers us help us we pray god in jesus name
"jonah" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"About when he was in the car on the way to the premier first movie news obsessively checking yeah the Ron Tomatoes score and not only is it impressive that he admitted that because it's not it's not a it's a really important lesson that I need to remind myself constantly and I think other pulled me to do too I can see how that was a big wake up call to for him and how it must have changed redirected his behavior drastically yeah I think I'm just glad that happened to him swing in Logan Complex Cock it and pull it so I heard him loudly singing that song in his room and I was like making something the agent and I will never forget how like into it he was and he ended the song by going packet and pull it and he said it so he's so like precisely and like as he finished the song he opened the door and saw that I was there and he was like so embarrassed and he was like were you there the whole time flooded with these memories that like I'll be fun to talk about like one of the I think the only physical fight I got into the guy was with Jona that's right and we end it up on the ground with the guy and I I just remember being not dismissed me sound the fallen on so he couldn't get it out from underneath them and the two of us it was so funny because he was obviously like very violent and hostile situation but our faces were like a sixty day money back guarantee go proactive dot com slash justin to get the special offer again that's proactive dot com slash Justin.
"jonah" Discussed on V103
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"jonah" Discussed on The Bible Project
"Joanna and it has if the commentary on each chapter the book in poems and it's so amazing is so brilliant and we have three minutes and i have the trivia question that we go night over human i read you upon or europhobia the poetry reader and yes okay uh this one is a snap go to put your sean is from a chapter uh three and it's about how god fine jona finds god's mercy evil it's called tantrum the generosity of god this pleased john exceedingly and he slashed with angry prayer at the graciousness of the almighty i told you so he screamed i knew you would do you dirty forgive her you bless your enemies new show kindness to those who despite fully use you i would rather die than live in a world with a god like you and don't try to forgive me either well you dirty forgive her who dirty for giver focused hope prayed chad i'm not a good thing to for okay i say one morgan will have on my side this is called let's play it cool i know a better way to circumvent you were silly streak of mixing love with righteousness all i need to do is take the next flight west beyond your jurisdiction this will give you time oh lord four sober second thoughts you may find yourself swearing off this kick a simpleminded kindness did you jonah that's a rough rough prayer i'm gonna give you got some some time to think this through uh donate deal i'm telling you it's a brilliant jim in the old testament thanks guys for joining us for the live our today you guys are awesome thank you for your support have a great week we'll see them.
"jonah" Discussed on The Bible Project
"But the reason he can't stand god is precisely the reason that he's exist as an israelite in relationship with god so i don't i think um and exodus thirty four six and seven is the most requoted verse within the old testament about god slurs about eight different times the different biblical authors will use the language of exit thirty four six and seven to describe god's character so actually i think excess thirty four six and seven is the basic summary of the uh the god of israel's character as displayed in the story of the old testament they've for some some reason they were connecting it to job and i think we have time to discuss any connections joe but joke dozen was kind of a question to right the five thin in when when god god's response to job he's like hey i made these creatures deny the kind of disney poses a question uh yeah ploy job it's just different different see i mean maybe we would you say wait for the video and podcasts on talk about that later what joked struggling with is i i'm struggling to see god is merciful right now and that's which uh because of the suffering but it's different different set of questions but that are awesome okay we're told well yes okay you guys you need to know about this um my favorite non commentary on the book of jonah it's not a commentary at all but it unpacked the book so brilliantly it's a collection of poems by thomas carlisle and the book you can find on amazon it's called you.
"jonah" Discussed on The Bible Project
"He says on your rejecting me that's fine so here's the only sign you're going to get uh you're gonna kill me and i'm gonna let you and he's going to undergo his own experience them death and resurrection and only then will they see and realized that he was the true prophet so i don't think jesus is saying the book of jonah is itself predictive prophecy i think jesus that the sign he's using a story that was subversive and challenging yet in the old testament can he uses the image as a a type where a metaphor to point to his actual death and resurrection from the grave and isn't it similar to when jesus goes to the temple on overturns everything and then they say hey what do you do in and they're like show us some sort of sign that you have the authority to do this and he refused he won't do it jesus refuses to jump do stupid put he does tell them will tear down this temple in over building three days yasser signed let's say sorry yes kill you're gonna kill me yeah so it's the same the same side i'm going to be dead for three days when we come back if you want some like crazy miraculous proof that i'm analogy here right like that's what you're going to get and at the metaphor tear down this temple wrecked which he's talking about his body but he uses the metaphor of the temple as a symbol saying that he is the time yeah so i think it's very similar to what he's doing sign of genocide of julia good question very cool um.
"jonah" Discussed on The Bible Project
"A moroccan by which they mean a miraculous signed a he first of all sort of proof yeah some sort of proof you first of all says listen um the queen of sheba and invites you know they turned back to god uh app jonah and the king queen of sheba she came to solomon so jesus first retail stories of all these non israelites who discovered the god of israel and turned to him and then he mentions the fact that jonah uh spent three days and three nights in the in the belly of this fish which in a jonas poem he described being in the fish being in the grave use the language of the great she'll yeah which was another question yes it he someone else did he go to to the underworld she all but that just a hebrew word for grave the grave yeah yeah jona describes being in the is belly as being engrave and wouldn't you too yes not like he thinks this yes yeah totally yet he said he's going to die if you get swallowed by fish that'd be disgusting i absolutely disgusting so so jesus actually seems to draw two things out of the story of jonah one is it's a story of how the people you would never expect are discovering god's mercy um like the audience of his disciples in that drives the israelite leaders crazy but then he draws out of the the vehicle jonah also how does he get to niniveh and announce god's word to niniveh it's through this strange watery grave in which he spends three days and three nights in jesus uses it has this cryptic nobody gets it in the moment the cryptic allusion to his death that he too is a is a prophet speaking to israel and he's not going to perform some magic miracle to get them to believe.
"jonah" Discussed on The Bible Project
"A about this is only true of the king of syria the point is that niniveh in the story represents all of the uh gentile nations before god so um yeah one way or another niniveh they repentant of their repentance okay so we gotta get jesus uh we only have two minutes left kept also giving it really distracted by the pokey ball back there which i didn't even know about even say that on the one that happened yes and poking mind that's everywhere asking crazy uh okay so jesus uh yeah jesus talks about jovita yep any you sharon asked a question um where he said what is jesus depicting when he said in evil and adulterous generation seeks for a sign but no sign will be given to it except the sign of the prophet jonuz this is matthew chapter twelve yeah yes did the sign of jonah is sign of joint health and to set this up a little bit more uh context around this um why were they asking for signed yes so matthew chapter twelve jesus has been announcing king of god for many chapters now annan matthew eleven matthew starts compiling all the stories of the religious leaders of israel and jerusalem opposing opposing jesus but jesus is attracting all of these israel i end non israelite followers that's an important part of the story um and it it's making the israelite leaders rejected jesus and and so when they say proved to us who you are give us a sign.
"jonah" Discussed on The Bible Project
"If you interpreted as historical narrative the it doesn't stick because the dinovite continued on this kind of uh rampage afterwards so much so that there's a whole book of the bible nayan dedicated to announcing the downfall god orchestrating the downfall of niniveh and syrians so how do you account for that um so uh like commentaries great great commentary by doug stewart in douglas scott stewart agree old testament scholar who he and he is persuaded that the books historical narrative and what he thinks is that the book historically what happened is he conjectures that the king of none of us awesome omon in the sky he's as polytheistic any other inching and he sees jonah representing a deity something happened that can than him to repent and pay homage to this god but the moment this king pass trim seen than the kings of none of that went on doing what they were doing so historically it's plausible as we can make up a scenario but what's interesting to me was that the author doesn't for the author the knin niniveh i have become just the caricature an archetype of pagan israelite violent he then who respond the god's mercy more than god's people do so even doug steward recognizes the portrait of the knin advice in jona has been you there's a purpose of it more even if it was historical yeah there's a purpose of this corrupt story which is why the king of syria is never named in um that's intentional because the point isn't.
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"Account for it so what it says this when jonah saw the god forgave niniveh literally hebrew is it was rob enough with evil in his eyes for god to forgive niniveh is evil to john um and it's the classic words from genesis won the knowledge of good and evil um so jonuz estimation of a god who would forgive the none of eits is that that god is evil so you know and that's the that's the language that the author uses so i dunno is the leapt too far from there to say that god the jona hates his god that your eye i'm one using the word hey but what else could it mean for the author to say that joan thought god with evil doing evil two threeday gabi one may maybe what it is is that jonah likes god and he likes the fact that god saves him men he likes that god loves israel so he likes maybe a version of god but he doesn't like this scotties encountering correct yes that's the whole point that's the whole point yes yeah he would much prefer girl much doesn't like s strongly dislikes affecting may even say hate yes possibly yeah that that god that he's encountering yeah uh he he also no longer wants to live with this kind of god in his life god tries to work with him two times as your anger justified you know can i show compassion on people and all jenna shuts down you and all he wants god to do is kill him so it's so to interpret of move of sorts it is that's right there i i don't think it's a it's a illegitimate one i can count on so here we just have to deal with the fact that the bible doesn't portray all of its main characters as heroes.
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"Um yeah you'd have to had not like him so much you don't even want them to yes uh find the grace of god correct that group for that's right and that's kind of you know it's it's all convicting that the fact that we we all probably have those kind of people in our hearts and did this we still need this book we have a threat and it is important the book doesn't just treated as like the guy who stole joan is goat on a personal right yeah it's very political and ethnic and geopolitical long long hatred yeah bu groups i mean it so the books raises such a sensitive topic it's the it would be the equivalent you know right now uh the enemy of much of the free west as a group called isis so the point about challenge of isis is where they where their headquarters room but so there's the battle influenza going on right now so so it would be about a group of christian missionaries who actually instead of wanting the leaders of isis to be destroyed in that battle to go shares a good news about jesus with them in hopes that they find god's mercy and the point of the book of jona is that we should yeah i want them if i had any kind of czech in my heart about no way they deserve god's justice uh than the book of john is insane what center anything that why do you feel that way why do you think that you are in a privileged position to receive god's mercy but somebody else is not nazis.
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"Yeah so good question the call it raises what's going on but the heart of the book on should we do this one by just wise yeah jess wise just wise words yet that's not your real name uh maybe just why is it maybe just weiser's jessica wiseman jessica wise we'd on so you wrote why is join us so angry at the fact that god had compassion over the city of native a he himself experience guts compassion when he saved him from dying the big fish which yet they're just happened after john had fled from him yes um so jona he knows that god's compassion he stoked the god's compassionate towards him in the fish but also his people israel he's tease stoked because the passionate july ways he got this thing is niniveh yeah what us what's this yeah yes yes so the book of john assumes you know some things about none of a and the things you would have learned from reading uh the the books the first and second kings so to to conjure up the emotions that in israel i would feel when they heard the words niniveh or a syrians uh it's the same emotions that happen when we talk about the nazi in the modern world world that strong yes the syrians um they were they weren't the first ancient near eastern empire they were but they were the second and they were the the most militarized violent conquest empire than the ancient world and ever seen on the largestscale um and they're they're warfare policies are still today like people are just holy cow disturbing yeah very disturbing uh they built their empire by sending out large armies um they win to conquer city and uh in pale people pile up their heads on the walls skinned people alive and then they would deport all the people in the city and take them to another place and it was it horrifying what the uh invites were known for.
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"Rian the message this coming from the book which is the whole point is to let the book mess di back in the questions we're gonna do one from nicole g has growing would be nicole ge you say i would expect god to choose upright godfearing people to be his profit and yet god chose jona a man who appears to be neither is there anything we should learn from this yes and yes yes that is what we would expect this pigs zakhele what we would expect um and what you find starting man from the first book of the bible is god consistently chooses extremely flawed people uh to carry out as purposes and uh some more flawed than others you know like abraham decent guy you know he gets it right when he gets the right he really gets it right but did when he gets it wrong you know he gives his wife way to different times so he really gets it wrong you have sampson i mean he is a sheesh he's a bad man yeah sampson's not a good man part of the judges jefta thug on so and in terms of prophet so you're asking about profits this was a challenge in israel where israel and the kings had a difficult time discerning who were the true profit to spoke on god's behalf and jeremiah talks about this mike a talks about this um so there were lots of prophets who spoke who said they were speaking in got behalf but actually they weren't truly representing the the covenant uh god of israel and so jona occupies the strange space in between where the word of the lord comes to him but we're kind of suspicious of him and then his character shows uh that he's not a good man at all but the point actually of the book of jonah is is is about this.
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"Ieng is this a series of events and dzhuna experience and and then uh he passed on the accounts of that experience and he himself compose the book it would seem an odd book for june himself to compose cigarette he is is he's the but these looks complete the amine and literally metaphorically uh he's he's had in the book he's a jerk so it seems odd that someone would compose this kind of book about themselves because it paint him as such a horrible person so it but it's possible that he preserve the tradition and the stories about his account pass them on it's also possible that an author has composed a parable like account a fictional account and has given clues within the story that we are meant to read this as a parable about or based on inspired by historical figure in my view either of those interpretations is consistent with an orthodox view of the bible is god's word if uh if the author wants to write a parable he could under the holy spirits guidance he can do so it's not there it's important to take a stand either way yeah i think either and there are people who hold that the book is satire in very literally sophisticated who hold that it has origins in historical events and that hold on that it's uh uh parable on there's pros and cons foreign against you know i've made a big list identify did a over a monthlong sermon series on the book of jona adore of hope it's you can find them all on my website at two malkey dot com and whole first message i go into this question in more detail for some people it's very sensitive because well if you're not gonna take this literally a threat what else do you not gonna take literally yet and there's this like slippery slope of water in the bible none of the stores can be trusted can you even trust stories in the gospel and so um i'm very sensitive to that and i think we want to make sure that uh when you read the bible you take it very seriously and as god's word yes um but the question is.
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"So that and it's just presented us he's a prophet he said it would happen so but as a reader of that story you don't you don't like jared on and the only thing you know about john it is jonah prophesized in favor of this guy and that's all you know you read on into the rest of the bible and you come to a passage in the book of amos who is a uh oh just right after jonas period and he prophesized about juerg on the second to as well and uh he's he specifically says the territory that jonas it doesn't mention john nobody mentions the exact territory the terrible on one in that battle he's going to lose because he's such a unjust idolatrous king so that sets the stage for us to come to the book of jonah and be like i don't were suspicious of germano about this guy or at least to just say the only thing we know is that he made a prophecy that seemed like a genuine prophecy but the dot reverted um by amos that's all we know um if there was a prophet we wanted to pick to represent israel's national god and country kind of mindset god is always for us than always against our enemies um the jona is the guy to to represent to represent that so then the question comes so he he's not a parabolic figure john as a figure of history so then the question is.
"jonah" Discussed on The Bible Project
"A true christian whether you believe in miracles so let let's just say that up front um john i are both followers of jesus and my whole world views is built on the belief that jesus was raised from the dead which is a very hard thing to believe which a stranger though in surviving away all that much stranger than ugly fish fish so uh compared to g the recreation of jesus into the new physical forum in the resurrection of the dead that is is way more off the charts than the guy getting swallowed surviving from a fish so all let's say is this has nothing to do with whether or not you believe in miracles i don't saying what the question what we're asking is what did the author intend and what kind of book does the author want us to read it as this is a question about what clues as the often given us um one thing we do this isn't the only mention of ah in the old testament so we know that jono was a figure in israelite history because he's mention one other time in the old testament and we talk about that at the beginning of the video he's mentioned one of the time it's a very short kamya it's truly a cameo um it would be a cameo in here because he's such a popular shows up so it's one of israel's worst he's prophesying that a really bad idolatrous king of israel is going to win the battle.
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"Story um literary and most people aren't aware of just how profound and subtle and brilliant uh this short story actually is so uh what we begin with all the stoop quick overview the story it's a short story um it's one of the few other than like ruth kind of esther on examples of the short story uh in the old testament and it's told and four scenes on the or brilliantlycrafted there's all of this symmetry pairing between the two on but the first is about john being sent to the worst most murderous pegging city an empire in the ancient world he refuses and ends up going to get on a boat to run away from god and uh as it turns out his rebellion brings disaster on himself and other people and so once uh he becomes identified as a source of the problem and the sailors repent and joan asked to get thrown overboard then i he gets swallowed by huge fish in any story that you would read when somebody gets thrown overboard in a storm do you think it's over formed yes and then if they get swallowed by a gigantic fish it's this stories over so then the twists and this is what most of the children's books focus on because ev you know of because it's awesome you know because it's awesome it's crazy uh it's such a bizarre image of a man being swallowed by a fish and then um you know composing a beautiful poem in cramped in the belly of a monster yeah it's just very bizarre and he kinda says he's sorry that not really uh but he he says that he is going to follow god now and the response of god uh two jonas prayer is that the fish vomits jona onto the land on the hebrew word for vomit is co.