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Six Degrees of WTF
"jonet" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF
"Dr. Maurice godwin expressed doubt stating the chances of bumping into the railing going over the balcony. And hitting your head. Four times is very unlikely. Than's not going to happen. And what do they mean by non vertical position like she just like threw herself. Well i mean. I guess if you climb over and just fall kind of well i would also assume that maybe someone who is going to do that year kind of jumping. So you're maybe going a little out. Horizontally down. maybe. Yeah okay when you buy a second. Autopsy was conducted by pathologist. Dr cyril wecht at her family's request. She testified Arm sorry. He testified that he believed fractures. In rebecca's throat were caused by manual strangulation not by suicidal hanging. He further stated that he thought rebecca's death was a homicide. In addition there was a question of why a pair of hadn't been analyzed that were found in the guest house trash. They also didn't process a drop of blood found in the shower of the master bedroom. Now they suggested that the reason for that was they said she was on her period and it was most likely menstrual blood. That's why double check for the love of god. If you find any mo- wonder so many crimes go unsolved at this. Is there if this is the green. Investigative work we're doing is free. So family members expressed suspicions for why rebecca's hands and feet were bound san diego sheriff roy. Frank stated quote. There are documents of incidents throughout the country where people have secured their feet enhance as well to commit suicide prevent themselves from changing their minds. Though i get that i totally get that and police. In fact reenacted the scenario in an effort to determine whether it would have been possible for rebecca to bind herself in that fashion and they showed a video demonstration in which a woman wrapped a rope around her hands several times in front of her slipped one hand out of the binding then placed her hands behind her back. Rebound them and tighten the bindings with the aid of a string similar to the one which police found rebecca's hands so it's not completely out of the question and they said it was pretty simple. Not that you didn't have to like any sort of expert to make it happen. However this is where this is why i brought up her upbringing over in northwestern burma there for a big chunk of her life and her upbringing the protestant upbringing. She said that her sister said that she would never have killed herself because they were protestant christians and she certainly wouldn't have done it in the nude. She said asian people are too modest chelsea has said that the only time rebecca would ever be nude was when she slept and perhaps the killer was someone who carter in bed but she would never bring that shame to the family in other words so police obtained her cellphone records in from roughly. Apm until ten pm. Rebecca talked and texted with her older sister. Mary who confirmed that xena had arrived home safely at ten forty eight pm. Rebecca received a text from nina romano. The twin sister. Max's mom in nina. Wanted to stop by the house and talk about max's. Accident has remember. Nina was like i couldn't get a clear story out of her. Rebecca did not reply that message police said rebecca. Check turquoise mail a few hours later at twelve fifty a m and listened to a message that was allegedly from jonet saying max's condition had worsened however they were never able to recover that message. So that's what jonas says. And that's what they're using as the motivation for her committing suicide was. It looked like the sun wasn't gonna make it well. In july two thousand thirteen rebecca's family filed a ten million dollar wrongful death suit naming adam shack nye the brunner dina shack nye the mother in nina romano as co conspirators. The twin sister for almost four years the wrongful death suit presented a plot masterminded by dna the motivation for the murder. She i mean it's easy to see. This woman steals your husband and then kills your only kid wrote pretty big motive right there. The sisters were eventually cleared from the suit because there was video that place them at the hospital at the time of her death dina still has tons of questions and she's still obviously very upset about it. I mean max's room is still in its exact state of as it was when he died. Apparently there are some things that happened that the police have not really covered for example when the paramedics got there. Rebecca screamed at our sister. You could hear it on the nine one. One call screamed at her sister. Don't open that door. There is also reports that a neighbor two doors down from the mansion said they could hear a woman crying for help and eleven thirty the night rebecca died. So there's all that has not been investigated on april fourth. Two thousand eighteen a jury found adam shack ni- responsible for the debt rebecca zahle. Jonah has since remarried and tried to move on from this in like doesn't talk about it just like most millionaires. Do i how. I know so. Yeah there's still like. I don't know this is my conspiracy but sounds like someone's being paid to become quiet to not investigate. Yeah it sounds. Money cleared to per suspicious. Yeah there's so much that. I don't understand how how these things weren't investigated. There's also reports that there was like really loud music playing now. I can see like i've taken any. I took an ambien last night. I didn't wake up until wailing or today. But i can see like when if if he truly did take an ambien. It can knock you out right. You can also do crazy things when you're on ambien. I know many people who've woken up in all of a sudden they went out to drive their car. Did you know. I didn't i angel on. Espn i need to hear this story. Cast but no one of my brother's friends. He told me that she woke up a ditch. She she took the car out she was completely on ambien in the car was in the ditch. She got out of the car like don. She drove the car into a ditch so much more strains if she'd driven a car out of the car and then went to sleep in a ditch. Awesome story really know some answers tango. So yeah anyway. That's i don't see how it's a suicide personally. Bright that does not seem likely. And you know. What's so sad. Is that in the middle of all of this. There was a little boy who passed but was completely overshadowed by this scandal in mystery surrounding the other gentleman even his staff..
"jonet" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"How concrete language shapes customer satisfaction was published earlier this year in the journal of consumer research jonet. Thanks for joining me. It's really great to speak with you again. Thanks so much for having me back. Let's talk about this study. Your co author was grant packard. Who's a marketing professor at york university. Toronto and together the two of you analyze more than a thousand customer service interactions. That were either recorded phone calls or written correspondence. What were you to looking for. And what did you find. This paper actually started with a little bit of a story. So i was a a number of years ago. I was on my way to an airport to catch a flight. And right on the way there i get this text message that every traveler dread saying flight has been cancelled and then two minutes later. I get this note saying. Hey but we re booked you on indirect flight tomorrow fifteen hours later with an extra stop along the way and i was like oh man i really needed to get on this flight and needed to get home and so i call customer service and i asked for help and we've all had an experience like this weather with an airline with somebody else and so i call them and the interaction just does not go well I asked for help. They're not very helpful. They're sort of following feeling like a sheet of normal questions. And i'm really really frustrated and i get off this call and the flight questions not solved and i'm sort of fuming and the the driver very nicely the uber driver says oh you know you sound like you're upset and i said yeah you know. I just called customer service. I'm pissed it's got to be so difficult to customer service agent. You know you get yelled at all day by people that are upset. I must be tough job and he goes. Actually you know. My daughter is a customer service agent and she was so good at it that they promoted her to helping other people be better. And i sat and i said wow be better i mean you know beyond like giving me a free credit or something. How can you be better. And i started to wonder. What might you be able to do. Besides giving people stuff what might you be able to do to be better. And so Grant i've worked on a number of papers together. He's an expert on language. I've done a bunch of work..
The Bible Project
"jonet" Discussed on The Bible Project
"Not gonna make it very far in the session. But i think some things will open up for us if you recall in the tanakh organization. The prophets has kind of two main sections it traditionally these came to called the former prophets. Which is the first four books. Joshua judges him kings and then the latter prophets which what we typically think of the big three as they jeremiah zeki oil and then the scroll of the twelve. So what's interesting is the twelve minor prophets in christian tradition. They never existed independently on a scroll as we have them. They certainly began life as independent works. But at some point they were brought together. And we're themselves hyperlinked together as a work on a scroll in a very similar way until a point out some of these think of it in terms of works within works within works collections of collections of collections. And what we just saw in the organization of the macro collection is diverse sections. The torah joshua malachi the beginning of psalms those have all been coordinated together to circle around key main themes that are repeated. So just notice as a pattern of communication how that works then. It means that any time. I'm in one section of these writings the tour of the provinces writings. I also need to be aware simultaneously of the whole thing at the same time in other words when i read dude around me. Thirty four mean three sentences at the end of the torah. But when i'm in those sentences i'm also simultaneously thinking about malachi and how the whole thing fits together and so that's this literature works that way. The whole context needs to be brought to bear on every individual story. Say the book of jonah but then the book of jonah will also begin to informing give me perspective on things other things in the collection as well. Let's look at some examples of that if you look at the first of the book of jonah. I've got multiple translations open here for the first sentence. Should we read the first sentence. 'cause that's about all we're gonna get the word of your way came to jonah son of army tie saying let's just pause when you see lord and all capital letters. That's translations signalling to us that. The hebrew were four letters of the divine name revealed to moses so in some jewish traditions. A couple of hundred years before. Jesus people stopped pronouncing the name allowed to reserve at sacred honor and so mostly fell out of pronunciation and so the word lord in hebrew came to be swapped. It people would say it. Say the word lord which is uh tonight in hebrew and so that tradition is carried forward in our modern english translations. Not too many people are offended by saying the divine name. some messianic jews are and then some traditional jews are but i personally found it to bring fresh energy to my own reading of the bible to say the divine name because it was put there. I think to be read when moses and the prophets about these tax so that's a short little thing right there so the word of ya came to jonah some time. Now there's something hidden here if you're only read the new american standard. There's something hidden that you'll notice because english translation doesn't clue you into it if i turn say to the english standard version yes Look at how they render the for sentence. Now the word of ya came to jonah son of amitai saying do you see difference. What is now turn to just begins with the and iv an rsp. Now now this you might think mountain out of a molehill right here but this is significant and don't be afraid of show you the hebrew tech's jonah opening sentence. You don't have to remember this at all but that letter. There is the hebrew letter valve. That's the word and in hebrew or while in and depending on your pronunciation volver while and in hebrew the word and doesn't ever stand by itself you attach it to the beginning of this of most medic languages. You attach the word end to the word that it's in front of so the first word is by. He and it came about the word of y'all way to joanna. Here's my point. The book of jonah starts with the word and it's a connective conjunction. So you just tell me the difference. Between the word of y'all way came to jonas von matai and the difference between that and and the word of checking in other words if and is there. It presumes a bigger context. I'm continuing something so to start a sentence with the word and means there's something before it that you're connecting it to presuming a larger context so it's just one observation to make you might think it's minor and perhaps it is the second observation the were and the word of ya came to ben amitai. Who's that if you just take the book of jonah by itself and you're just like okay. Am i supposed to know who that is. You are supposed to know who that is. Because this figure appears elsewhere in the collection doesn't so already in the book of jonah in the first sentence of the book of jonah word and it's like little thread stitching the book into a context. The book of jonah doesn't float by itself in the old testament. The first word of the book stitches it into a preceding context. The mentioned of jonasson of amitai he. He appears in the collection yes. You appears in second kings. He appears elsewhere in the prophets in second kings chapter fourteen. I already knew this was significant but actually prepping for this class. I realized just how significant this little story is. We're jonet pills. We're going to spend some time here. What we hear is about a really terrible king named joe bom the second. Here's what god did for this. Really terrible king y'all way saw the affliction of israel that it was bitter there was nobody bond or free there was no helper for israel. So what did he do. He saved them by the hand of jerem and he restored the borders of israel. Back to what they were in the days of. solomon well. that's a very nice thing to do. For what kind of king a terrible king and who was the prophet there speaking this promise of restoration blessing on the wicked king. You'll nice of me time so we also got then here in. The book of kings is another appearance of jonah. Already in the first line of the book we're hyperlinked into the school of the twelve with word and we're hyperlinked into the prophets and his role in second kings gets us thinking about Yeah god sending profits to do good things for people who don't deserve it. I wonder if that has anything to do with the book of jonah. God sending a prophet to invite people who don't deserve it into blessing. That's interesting go back to the book of jonah. The word of the came to jonasson of amitai saying hey get up go to niniveh. The great city niniveh the great city. Have i heard of niniveh before. I have heard of an nfl before. Here's what's interesting if you're reading in the book of kings that story in a second kings chapter fourteen Jonah announces that the borders of israel will be expanded which was always a sign of blessing for israel when their borders are expanded. Jona announces that that's going to happen for this wicked evil king in the very next chapter. It's all going to be reversed in the very next chapter. We are introduced to the second kings. Fifteen verse twenty nine. In the days of pekka king of israel. He's after jerry. On who joan coincided with who come showing up to town taking everybody captive and just like annexing the land of israel..
"jonet" Discussed on Doughboys
"Theme song for the family food. The richard karn era family feud steam. I here's how this work. Whoever gets the most correct without collecting three seriously either. It's just kind of soft. Yeah softly because of the mix so this is romi. Huffington post article. And based on grub hubs twenty one thousand nine order data compiled by our associate producer. The dropping rapper singer for today's topic. America's favorite bagel flavors survey. Wow america's favorite bagel flavors according to grab order data compiled in two thousand nineteen. So the top. Five answers are on the board. And you'll each take turns so tony your our guest. Would you like to go first or second. I'll go first okay. You'll go i around the board. What is your i. Guess sesame on the board answer hermit show me sesame to answer all right. Yeah baby number two. Answer sesame tony you are correct. You have one point all right mitch. Four are left of the top. Five america's favorite bagel flavors. What say you spoon an. Why go with one. That i'm pretty sure is up there i got. I got quite a few. But we'll see i hope it's up there. I'm going everything everything's got everything. Show everything as the snes. Adaptation of family feud. The video game tells us that is a good answer number. One answer on the board everything bagel mitch. So you both have collectively sniped the top two three remaining of the five. Let's see if we can clean it up all right tony back to you. America's favorite bagel flavors. What's your next. Guess i'm gonna go cinnamon raisin greg. Greatest cinnamon can raising. I disagreed. i don't think it should be in the top five. But i think it is top five america's favorite most popular feel the same about everything being wow shots fired from both of you. But here we go show me cinnamon raisin yeah number three all right. We're this collective effort is really something. I just don't know how. I feel about cinnamon rate. Like it's just that sort of thing of like just makes a little too sweet look. Good gimme guy. I want the savory bagel. And gimme gimme the gimme the gimme the sesame cinnamon raisin just. No no thank you. It depends on my mood. 'cause i used to. I used to love him as a kid. And now i can't grew up. I grew the up. Y y it's kinda like between jonet and a bagel. yeah right like a little. Yeah that's the thing like it's like sweet but it's not too sweet. That's what i like about it sometimes. It's not it's not my everyday bagel or on an occasional. Get something like that. And i think you're tony talked about being cream cheese versus a kid. I used to like it with cream cheese. But i think these days i just get it with a with butter. Yeah it's it's kind of gross shit as a kid. But i think this is a a better buttered bagel asti. I'll.
The Sports Reporters
"jonet" Discussed on The Sports Reporters
"So they've got somebody you know in the in the infield along with corrie to and if he doesn't sign elsewhere they got turner now plus get max scherzer. Which is i mean. As a guy who covered max scherzer you know in in the early part of his career when when when at one point they had max scherzer david price and justin verlander all in the same starting rotation couldn't manage to win a world series. I've watched his career and what he's been able to do and and he is. He's solid need him to not ahead k- sky and and he's not what it used to be but he's still pretty fantastic and i don't know tyler how much more you want out there in los angeles. It's like more. We want more we want more. Let's get rest book and let's get assures the giants they wanna do. They want to catch the giants well. On the john. And the giants got kris bryant. You know it was an mvp so the you know the the rich got richer in all its stafford stafford. it's westbrook and insures that all one. I mean you know how it is. I got one more for you. Okay and this is flying under the radar. And i can't remember anything quite like this happening in a long time in baseball mitch. You know cody bellinger is hitting right. Now he's hitting one sixty three one sixty three a guy who was an national league. Mvp tyler people watched the dodgers closely. Say his swing is somehow incredibly broken right now and they don't know if it can be fixed this year. Yeah it's unbelievable how you go from an mvp type seasons to obviously falling off in the other day. He had horrible throwing air just not through it across thrush to third else. White twenty feet wider little literally. Kids don't want it that bad and it was a huge moment. Ended up losing the game but yeah he's he is in the pits and need to get him out. Get him going some album. Sixty three terrible any striking out. It's just horrible bats. Guys don't feel bad for us. So we would definitely be remiss if we don't pay homage to a young man who is nate. I was known to me. Two hours ago jonet helm that name. Ring any bell for you at all john. Gentlemen either you're going to tell us well. Joanna helm has just become the first rookie in major league baseball history to successive walk off homers. On saturday night it was in a. He's switch hitter catcher a two homer game which he homered in a fifth inning right handed and homered and later in the game left-handed win it an last night. He had a tenth inning. Walk off To win it for texas. So i mean this is just this in context. Gentlemen an absolutely crazy year of homerun stuff. We've got guys sitting homeland. You'll be the remember. Remember we're talking about home. Runs again because they they stopped letting pitchers cheat. That's because we were talking about. What in the first two months. The season strikeouts. Oh yeah well how about we got a catcher. Who hits his first. Three home runs is as a big leaguer in the same game yet. Tonight's alley good by the way. Don't go to sleep on the white sox and they just got craig kimbrel to go across town. They don't sit by the white sox..
Papo de Fotógrafo
"jonet" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo
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The Graveyard Show Podcast
"jonet" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast
"Knowing that it's george romero's loss chapter It's so it's a difficult task. And i am prepared to hold onto it. I'm not. I will not sell my soul for this film. I will always protect it. And and as far as i'm concerned it's nothing until it's something. But i did want the world to know that it existed though like i did want people to know that the last chapter is there And it's important that they know that it exists. But i also think that the fans are with me and support the fact. I'm going to be very careful with us. So i know i yeah. I know i'm right there with you. And i think i can speak for a lot of fans saying you know what we appreciate that because it would be really just go. Here's the script. Go make it. And i get bought off You know i got a c a producer credit who cares big deal and all of a sudden the it's trash it's garbage and i will have sold out romero and It's never in a million years is not going to happen so so for me. It's it's just sitting there and you know. And when paolo and joe netter powell's alati jonet netter wrote the script it was it was dark. It's dark piece for sure. Obviously as you can imagine and You know i kept saying boys boys. Give me give me some light. Give me something so they so they did. You know 'cause. It was so dark that i thought you know who's gonna wanna sit in a theater for two hours or an hour and a half and and just you know so so they gave me a little gamy a little light but it's definitely a dark piece It's georgia's treatment Has stories you know. He noodled it for Bunches of times coming back to it and But they of course finished it like dan kraus did the living dead. The book Same thing george you know had worked on it intermittently for years and you know and when somebody passes all this work is still there right so you need to see if somebody can knit something Together to let people know or have them exposed to some of the lost pieces of work. That george date. Well i appreciate you spending time here on the show to talk about your late husband and talk about the foundation and your work. This really meant a lot to me when you agree to do this. So i cannot thank you enough. I pleasure my pleasure. Thank you and i definitely will definitely get the word out on anything that comes out regarding twilight and of course for everybody listening again. It's the george. George romero foundation dot. Org is where you can go. Mrs premier thank you so much for for spending time here on the program. Oh you're welcome my pleasure pleasure. I player as i put this interview to rest. I you know there are very few times on his program. Where i'm where i've been really kind of speechless. I think i am right now. this really meant a lot to me that mrs romero did this interview for me like so many of you out there. That are fans of the great filmmaker. Jorge romero and he was a great filmmaker. Anytime we can get more information on the man and his work. It's just fantastic. And to have his widow here to to spend this time to talk about it really just is just incredible and i greatly appreciate suzanne romero of taking the time to do this. I'm i'm absolutely. I'm blown away But i'm also really sad. When i heard her say that george said no one really cares about his legacy and and that had a real impact on me during that interview also still does to think that someone who was so talented and who did so much for the genre as well as for those of us that were spiring filmmakers for him to think that no one cared just just. It just hurts. I dunno and i'm so thankful that mrs romero's out there Keeping his legacy alive and it's and it's alive not only through the foundation. It's alive through every one of us that have been influenced by him in some way or another. You know even when you have people like tom. Savini out there still working and doing things and you see interviews with all the different actors and actresses that have been in his movies. It's just you know it's one of those things where it's so easy to forget. The past is so easy for us to discard history. And it's one of those things that just if there's something that really kind of just irks me that Because history is the foundation of the future and jorge romero in this case as a filmmaker as a contributor to the harsh. Honora is a major part of that foundation. And i've been fortunate enough for most of my life to have him making movies. The only movie that he made before i was born was nine living dead. That was barely before i was born. So have this man making these movies in my lifetime. I feel very honored. Just as i'm honored to have had. This is romero on the program as well. I'm going to just wrap it up there my friends so there you have it again if you to get in touch with me through slasher. The show is available at the handle at graveyard show. Podcast is where you can find me. I'm going to kind of digest all this because this is as i mentioned at the top. This is just a lifelong thing for me with george romero and the associated with this show. So i'm gonna take a breath. I'm going to calm myself and just kind of absorb this. And i'm very thankful for this interview and this show and i wanna thank all of you out there for listening and if you wanna send in thoughts comments suggestions you can also reach me the email. Gyn podcast gmail.com. Gyn podcast at dot com. Course find the graveyard show. Podcast on apple podcasts. Spotify iheartradio everywhere. Podcasts exist and you have youtube channel. Graveyard shows podcasts. What go out and celebrate. Jorge romero go watch any of his movies. You can start with the amusement park on shudder. If you haven't if you don't have shudder nine living dead you can find of course Martin season of the witch. All his movies now a night riders. They're all available now so go find a shout. Tv has night riders. And it's free. I believe so. You can watch it there. If you've never seen it before all right my friends enjoy your summer. We will reconvene in july and as you exit the graveyard. I would like to remind you. Please locked the gate behind you. We wouldn't want anyone to get out sir. Thank you george..
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"jonet" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa
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Max & Murphy on Politics
"jonet" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Liza orleans is a career public defender. She spent her last decade working manhattan legal aid society and she calls her yourself the most progressive handling of all of them. She campaigns on decarbonization. Cutting the budget by at least fifty percent slashing number of employees that work there and really will turn up to the fact that she does not have prosecution experience because anyone who has worked the prosecutor has contributed to this were able system that she wants to dismantle right and joan rounding out our eight candidates dania bucci she would take issue with. The idea is the most progressive candidate in the race. You would claim that mansell. She has been endorsed by the working families party nixon. And she's trying to really inhabit the kind of insurgent energy of lettuce candidates the past. She's a civil rights lawyer. She sued the city of new york multiple times police department. She sued the fire department And she has personal experience that the justice system. Her father was convicted on federal conspiracy. Charges sentenced to twenty two years in prison. That's important or of hurricanes or why she's running see both got it this a little bit in describing the candidates but we have this sort of spectrum of we have a group of prosecutors or former prosecutors. We have a group of folks who haven't been prosecutors and they're much more on the sort of overhaul the office A lot less prosecution a lot. More restorative justice end of the spectrum Let's just talk a little bit about some of the themes of the race in what it's been bowed. And what are some of the key topics that the candidates seemed to be trying to differentiate themselves on Deanna water new star. What are some of the things that stand out to you in terms of How this is shaking out What are the what are they differentiations in the platforms of the candidates. So i think what's interesting is the race arrives amid a spike in violence across the city and manhattan and so something that's not during all of these virtual forms that have been held. Our house handed. It's would handle the uptick in violence and specifically shooting in so you have some drying from their prior experience. Galvan brag when he was at the his office he created this data portal to track weapons junior source. You have italian talks about courts that you would want to create a diversion programs for young defendants similar to ones in brooklyn that. She watched firsthand while she was working. Bracken's olice jonynas wrote a story about this also I two hani analiza car. Sarrazin and their declaration policies as raised to handle violence in in terms of the the way that that issue seems to be hanging over the race jonet. Can we sort tell that that is something. That's animating voters are. We just know because you know. It's obviously an issue in the candidates are being being asked about it repeatedly because it's a problem that the city is facing it's a really good question And willing has been extremely limited in this race so when we think about how the public is thinking about this race. We don't even know what they're thinking about it at all from rate low turnout race traditionally. I will say that in the last ten years. We've really seem prosecutorial. Elections generally change Particularly in the last five years where we have candidates who look like a bucci orleans for an even lang's extent People who are pushing for reform were talking about the racism. Justice system inequities justice system. Those people are getting life did but gun violence and one could argue Trump no longer being in office and in fact being subject of investigation of this office has really kind of thrown a curve into this race..
"jonet" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"We went to Grimaldis today over in scottsdale. We usually go to the one me sir. Jonet went to northern went to the grimaldis and scottsdale my website. I go maybe we should go check this place out. Let's go look at some other. Nope we're gonna get car. We're going to go home to many people and scott. Say what are they doing out at one o'clock in the afternoon on friday. I'm like yet that thing of can't go to walmart on the third of the month. 'cause everybody's got their check and they're all trying to buy so my wife's like nope so she's amazon. We buy everything from amazon. Yeah i definitely feel. I feel like we're kindred spirits. I feel her stress being pushed down. And that it's gonna come out somehow some way So it's good that you i. I need her to like i think she's used to pushing her stress down right. She's the hero. She doesn't like she was raised. She's used like how i was raised like. Just shut it off. Don't let those emotions be seen. Save yourself said thing with her mother was just sake. It's like something we talked about earlier. It's like i'm the i i'm around when you're nodding off from whatever so she's like she's like we're. I was thirteen or ten hundred driving in a car. Mom's on the nod. She's like so she gets nervous. If i try to drive. No i'm gonna drive because it's a thing of you know i can't not a control you know same thing they'd be a dinner and her mom had be so he had always being control. Yeah so like growing up. She just had to be like it's we have to fend for herself. She has an older brother and it was. Just you know acura. I get it i up the same way you know you just have to. It's a survival yeah. It's a thing of the said the stress. She needs a valve to relieve the stress. Because she still carries that like you said does a post traumatic stress disorder. Things that you are carrying from your past that you don't need to carry anymore I think when you grow up in survival mode you don't know how to let go of that. It's hard yeah. Well that's why whether mom would write us. I can lead you on. This is okay. But her mom would rightous and be like. Hey i tell daniel. I love her tiller. Happy easter tiller. Whatever daniel it'd be like whatever sheets write it threw me because daniel wouldn't follow her on facebook. Yeah so will you. Will you guard yourself from being hurt or disappointed again. And yeah and you did this to me. We're done done animal. So yeah yeah which you said she understands. Now she's pure and you know. Yeah her soul defensively. It's not the physical world makes. It talked so we don't come into the world assholes. Yeah the world makes us assholes You know. I don't know that baby on would Roger rabbit he was an asshole. You know what is do more often wonder well some personality traits you are born with. I mean i well. It's like everybody searcher liberate. Hitler wasn't born to kill. Hitler was probably acute baby. Had his favorite song psych. All this chemist loved art and then he was like the doll..
"jonet" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"Give birth to someone so mazing and then to not even know that i did that. Yeah like she took it for granted them realize it. Yeah she wants her to know that her soul pure now so she as her soul heels over their heels through helping those that are here so she is. she's learning and she's seen through watching her life and the things that she did and watching through her loved ones is how how her actions affected others now and now her soul is growing and that's why she's able to see and say these things she just wants. It explained to her daughter. She said it actually is better late than never. You know it's better said than not said I feel is your wife. I feel a lot of stress coming from your wife. So does she get she high strung or does she have a stressful job. She's a nurse so she doesn't take it as stressful as other stu like she can handle that kind of stuff but it's that thing of she used to have anxiety and then when she got with me. I was so mellow that we kind of met in the middle. And i taught her about meditation com dot com and on this. And so now she's like. Don't you do this. But like will like we went side note. We went to Grimaldis today over in scottsdale. We usually go to the one me sir. Jonet went to northern went to the grimaldis.
Drunk Unks Podcast
"jonet" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
"Hello i'm here. You can do show. Is he's angry. I wish i make it up. I wish about erie. Your buildings thanks. Mike crazy to iraq. We start with this really out. Think everybody understands the toll it praise. It tasted the that mad inside. So so much that you ain't got the bigger cutback you're black. Being goes out to the path muslim for example. You're just regular standard black. So much against then once you affiliate yourself certain things like the rude hard. Ill were on your back. I know now now down floodgates every go art majority majority of that and the wars and that is safe haven supposed to be the whole home supposed to be safe. Meaning that we we made home. Now we'd i see. Well i want to say this first off women. I'm saying this to you. Because i had the nerve and it's something that i'm only fresh to maybe six months twelve months. That's i'm talking you to look at yourself. Just like he just said made it home and we say stuck to them by your come home and you know. Just don't stop by. See when you know when you start looking into the history. You start researching ancestors and everything else you see. That's true struggle wasn't acne day is also today modern date sabre. We're still sitting it. They gotta worry about going out in the road nevada paid. It's not having heard about it right year but as everywhere else. So we talk about the sues that we eat and where we're on the forty four years old. And i noticed when i work out in i eat right in a good in. Have the doctors taken off still medicine. Not inmates alibaba work is we have to realize that are that are family meeting. Our men are children are who'll like everything's a one in. I'm learning look away. Look for sam by myself. Pay my own bill. O.'neil may for my house and everything else. The monthly bills thinking jesus. You know i'm just you know what i'm saying like real learning not you man if you love 'em but if you know he's wasted time ever find out right. Do eat dry and worked out to get together in really build your family to get one also to add to that whereas vehicle naturally tries to leave on their email partner dance stupid national trying to leave nasa charleen on their partner right part of that is for to be successful man and woman have to actually understand one. I talk about. And i think that's essential one of those things that like you. May the bad news was society has in store for. He's never really prepared for things at home whether it'd be with his with his significant other which and reason those things get so complicated because we just naturally don't know how to articulate outfields my we can we can act out very good so i'm upset. I can assure you very clearly upset but fulfil vulnerable shui. Google turn around and show that anger anyway. Jonet offsetting what sensitive side by side that you really wanna save up. Thought about men was never so sweet. It hurts his back a little bit but at the end of the got to understand that you'll be so you could not go none of me so i also love. The energy might be here are really expressing. If i don't believe no muscles right well first off when energy. I in that. It's about the estimation The because that energy might be for that white but it might not be good for having babies together building the family so you gotta make sure that energy is good for you understand what i'm saying then just i was like us that everything will work with withdrew all be always think that we need that buys that we know we're talking about and that that was my second point. We tend to think that have dressed. That is because that's because something myself university you let it go through child. That's not what i is not even about each. It's about what you vote in my journey. This nasty ears. That the only thing i haven't touched insists that separated from my husband like i've i've been to him in swear with my former now only we're doing wrong but also the white man i'm sorry saying but i feel like it's true you know We have to realize that.
Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"jonet" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"So that was that was something that they made up in the story. Which it's not a bad mean made a little bit of. He said there was no chance of him having hallucinations or delusions with the medication. He was on so maybe it was from the haunting. Maybe plus yeah. I have no doubt in my mind. In plus often there all set was the mole all funeral place then look at. They probably never changed the wiring in the house. So like jason said. There's a lot of that energy coming off of those vars who could be so. You're okay let me. Just backup of the m. f. you're saying of will make you hallucinate. Use i'm sitting next to my modem megan hallucinate tonight how holds the wiring in the house. The house was built in ninety six to the ever. Change the wiring on it. No well ninety six so. It's not the old aluminum crap or the lava tube. It is room ex copper. So it's probably actually twelve gauge and salem unhealthy. And it's not gonna hurt me Everything that houses switching it down to fourteen gauge to save money. But i personally don't like fourteen gauge. I'd rather have my house wired twelve. You know 'cause you start running sweepers and all other crap pulling high amperage that say about wires and but then the old school aluminum crap is just as bad if not worse and all the tubes the worst that's true and also carmen reid wasn't she did. She was showing in the movie that she lives in a coffin. Do you remember that scene in the basement. The lead to a trap door in the master bedroom floor. Remember that saint. I didn't believe that i believe that. Now what must listen it. Talks takes six people to with the cough from come on with. It said now apparently did happened that yes. It phillips early slept in the basement with his little brother. Bradley snicker in cincy. Storerooms were smaller. It was the only room that could accommodate the teen so the to blood brothers slept in the basement. Inner casket display which was true and there was down the hall from the former polygram but that she did see the coffin and she did. It did lift up so that did happen. In the world store spend coffin. I would not want to be sitting sleeping in a in an embalming case. That glass was a glass like in the movie. That actually was the room it was like. That's where he slept already freight prowled. Think sleep you've ever get in there. Maybe i don't know i don't know. Also once you get past the psychological fear of it. Yeah roy psychological fair guess so but they say how many hani's how many Salen did that. John jonet conduct in the house and during the movie there were seillans sophists. Now it was. It was joan up portrayed in the movie by eric. Jeff berg There were sounds is in the movie And he wanted. I'm asking you where they're really seances in the row house back in the old back never the scenes where they were showing old clips..
Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"jonet" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"Are changed. This reminds me of the sailors from the first part of joe last week. They were of different cultures. They were of different beliefs and still they felt they understood the magnificence of god working. The sailors were the ones who took time to pray and cry out to jones. God even when joe wouldn't even when jonah was running here the city of niniveh. Here's jonah kind of doing the bare minimum of sharing this message from god and they immediately repair hint. This is part of the reason. I find the book of jonah and even its inclusion in the old testament to be so interesting. Jona jones had the hebrew. The profit jona the guy who guide decides to talk to. He's the one who only engages with god when he's trapped in the belly of fish he is the one who doesn't seem to have compassion for the other people on the ship or for the people of niniveh we don't see jona have a heart for others. We don't really even see. Joan have a heart for god yet. Those people those outside of the day or the ones in this story who are consistently softening their hearts and making space for god to work in their lives the next few verses of chapter three demonstrate this. let's read verses six through nine. When word of it reached the king of niniveh. He got up from his throne stripped himself of his robe covered himself with morning clothes and sat in ashes then he announced in all of niniveh by decree of the king and his officials neither human nor animal cat old nor flock will taste anything no grazing and no drinking water. Let humans and animals alike put on morning clothes and let them call upon god forcefully and let all person stop there evil behavior in the violence. That's under their control. And then the king thought to himself. Who knows god may see this intern from his rat so that we might not perish. All of niniveh from the mightiest person the king to even all the animals they decide to have a fast they repent they sit in morning in ashes. They give up their luxurious lifestyles and their lifestyles of violence. Just in the hopes that god might forgive them. This is the power of god that we see throughout the book of jonah. God still works even win. Jones thinks he knows best jonet thinks it's best to run away from god. Then jones thinks it's best to give a short message to only part of the city of niniveh and then leave. Joan is driven by this type of selfishness and he can't seem to find compassion for other people. I think. I hate on jona so much because i see myself in jones. Maybe some of you can relate to this to there are times where it seems easier to run away then to face hard things had on. It's also sometimes really difficult for me personally to put myself in someone else's shoes to find true compassion for people. I'm really quick to judge instill. Jonas story doesn't end here with an innovative repentance. Get a whole fourth chapter of the book of jonah. Hear these words from jona. Three ten through four three. God saw what they were doing. So i'd takes notice of the innovates repenting that they had ceased their evil behavior so god stopped planning to destroy them. And god didn't do it. But joanna thought this was utterly wrong and jona became angry. Jonah pray to the lord come on lord was wasn't this precisely my point when i was back in my own land. This is why. I fled to tarshish earlier. I know that you are merciful and compassionate guide very patient full of faithful love and willing not to destroy at this point. Lord you may as well take my life from me because it would be better for me to die than to live jonet engages in another conversation with god. This is the second time in the entire book we see jonas speak to god and here is where we finally get. The big reveal here is where jonas tells us why he didn't want to go to niniveh in the first place in joan doesn't name fear or laziness or any other things we might have thought of instead. Jonas says the reason he didn't want to go to niniveh is because he knew god was compassionate. And that god might forgive the people. Jonah on the other hand believes the innovates should be punished that they should be overthrown and he's angered that god is merciful to them. Jona believes that he knows. God he knows god's nature and that it would be better to run away from niniveh than to go and spread the message because he knows god's to compassionate god's to compassionate to pass judgment on these people have a few thoughts about this first off the throughout the old testament believe it or not guide does destroy entire nations. So i'm not really sure why jonas so convinced that god would never destroy the ninna bites. It's not as farfetched as it seems. Also god has just forgiven jona for running away. God has saved jones life after being thrown off a boat into the sea yet. Here jono wants god to withhold forgiveness even though he himself as you just received forgiveness from god. It's probably not the first time. God's forgiven jona either.
Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"jonet" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"Hello my name is reagan gill and passer of adult discipleship. Here christ united and. We're delighted that you're joining us for our two week. Series on the book of jonah. Now in order to prepare for sermon preachers will do a lot of different things. Obviously we pray a lot. We're asking the hoi spirit to reveal something new to us as we often look at scripture. That's very familiar to us things that we've looked at time and time again. We obviously dig into this scripture reading it over and over again. We sometimes search the internet We check out these big bulky books. I have won a big set. It's a commentary on different books of the bible and we go through those over and over again but one thing that i love to do especially when we're looking at stories at most of us learned sunday school as children is to look at a children's bible so i thought i would this morning by reading from my son's children's truth be told it's a hand me down because he's second child so clearly he doesn't get anything new but the story jones. This is what it says. God told jona share my message but jonas said no and sailed away from god. God sent a terrible storm. Throw me into the sea and they will stop. Jonet told the sailors gulp. A huge fish swallowed jonah inside the fish. Joe told god he was sorry. God made the fish spit out. Joanna he was safe than shared. God's message you can say. I'm sorry to god so there's not a lot there but there's still things we can learn from it but the book jonet is only four chapters. It's actually only forty eight versus or so and kind of total. And i book this book and i think okay. What can we learn from jo now now. This book is like other prophetic books. But it's also very unique. The biggest difference is that it set as this big long narrative while other prophetic books have elements of narrative. And it's not a big majority of it often. Those book a big majority of those are the prophet giving their divine annoucements. Those big oracle's things that got us and go tell these people what i have to say what we find in joan is that very little is him announcing things to the people now again. This book is short. And it's been this sort of puzzle this maze for scholars for so long. They've questioned the who the what the where the win. Why the person of joan most likely derives from a fictitious character found in second kings. Fourteen twenty five in the book. There's all these different traditions and time periods kind of influencing the book of jonah..
High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast
A Recap of the 2020 Overwatch League Awards
"Ali's were such a an unqualified success. I think is the correct terminology to use their you know just so critically acclaimed and and so positively received by all over watch league fans that the League has decided to copy some of our awards and assigned some some coach of the years, the Dennis Aleka Award winner, and the rookie of the year were announced I. Believe all of them were announced this past weekend and moon one coach of the year so. I mean, we even gave you the right answer and run. Was One of our nominees as well. Right? One mccreavy one that Dennis Award. have no comment. I see my comments from last year about what that what that award turned into what it could have been but major props for the Housi- re tweet That is. Now and then alarm is the rookie the year that one was a little bit of a no brainer to be perfectly honest when you're a rookie and squarely in fairly significantly in the MVP running then right you really should win this I really liked his announcement video i. don't know if you saw it but Made me like the player a little bit more just kind of his attitude about the whole thing like. It when he was asked about it, he said you know. I care about this almost more than I care about the MVP award. I've got a lot of cracks to try to win the MVP award I only get one go at rookie of the year and so I think that was just a really good attitude from out it, and then you could see when they told him obviously the emotion that he was really a little overwhelmed there and it's got to be great to put it all that hard work and get some form of accolades or acknowledgement of that and I thought he was. Really. Gracious accepting everything like that. Quick to put some a lot of the credit and accolades onto his teammates and CETERA. So. It was very professional kind of response and a very mature attitude towards the whole awards process just yeah. Just really made me like alarm a little bit more. I. Mean if his his play wasn't enough does seem like somebody that really gets what the League is about in going for you know has the right attitude about everything and should continue to be great and hopefully does get the MVP award in the future. Yeah Keep it up. He's been great. Yeah. I. Mean It's a flood has got to retire at some point. but yeah, I think it's interesting. That you point that out death because it's it's almost refreshing to see an east sports athlete like. Take a more or like. The things that you're saying are not like. You know revolutionary right like we see like this is the this is the the mainstay for traditional sports. It's like the PR answer but like you can give the PR answer and still put your own spin on it in your own emotion on it, and it can still be true. It's just like I don't know I've almost maybe it's because we're boomers now. Or maybe it's just. Or maybe it's because we're deadened to the like I'm just so over the like. I'll call it. The livestream fails like mentality of everything where it's just like, Oh, well, I'm going to just be I'm going to be. I'm going to say something stupid here I'm GonNa try to 'cause I'm going to try to cause something out of nothing and it's like sometimes you can just give the professional answer and and and be fine. So I don't know I I like the from it. was going to be that I, mean, there's definitely more than one way you can go about doing this and this is this his kind of. Is Answers his. The way he portrayed it and himself in that situation was a little bit the cookie cutter way. But you you definitely need both right has without having the cookie cutter way even norm than the other people that are a little more outlandish is interesting or it really right and almost waters it down in its own way. So it's it's great to see. You know this kind of attitude mentality recognized I think it it. Only enhances anybody goofy about it in the future trying to think of anybody really was goofy about it though not. Not Not in this case, I'm just thinking and I'm not even necessarily thinking about overwatch specifically I'm just thinking of like in general like. Not Everyone Yeah Sinatra was like a little bit arrogant about it after the fact but like Kinda gracious in the moment, which was which was called four I think he absolutely handled it a little different with MVP You know and then at to me, it's it's weird when you are hearing the acceptance speeches and stuff, and maybe this is a mark that I'm getting used to that a little bit can like listen to the message but like when it comes through a translator. And then when you're hearing the words, the emotion is one degree separate right? Try like apply the inflection in the language. You don't understand the more deadpan words coming from. Fair to say the Jonet wasn't exactly that way you know anything like that. And obviously, this is this is a different award. I don't really remember eighty rookie of the years in the past and I did it. and. was. Everybody. So the award didn't make much sense there. So yeah, I don't really remember I mean I remember who won last year I just don't remember anything about the unveiling of the announcement. So yeah. Yeah I don't know it was just a good job overall by production maybe too dumb things out I really did enjoy the award announcements. Yeah. does this time around for sure