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Fresh update on "joseph" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
"She won't just hear about migration. She'll hear about the frustration by the men and women. Of the Border patrol in not being able to do the other parts of their job effectively. Vice president Harris did visit Guatemala to meet with the president there about migrations but has yet to say when she will visit the U. S. Border state Attorney general and D a summer Stefan have announced. Sentencing and fraud scheme targeted San Diego sailors. Paul Flanagan has been ordered to spend a year under house arrest and pay a half million dollars in restitution to the sailors. That is on top of another half million from another defendant already sentenced Raji Calc. The scheme was perpetrated through a company called Go Navy Tax Services. They sold expensive and unnecessary insurance products to sailors at a substantial commission for the defendants summer, Stephan says the victims of the scam where sailors serving our country and were tricked into signing up for something they didn't need and couldn't afford. A Navy spokesman says they applaud the civilian military teamwork which led to this outcome. Marilyn Haider. KOGO news teenagers accused in a deadly mass shooting in Austin, Texas, over the weekend, authorities arresting a 17 year old boy in connection with the shooting in downtown Austin that killed one person and wounded more than a dozen others. The boy taken into custody Monday at a high school while attending a summer school class. He faces a charge of aggravated assault. Gunfire erupted in the capital city early Saturday morning, sparking panic in a popular nightlife area. Authorities arrested their first suspect. Hours later, Interim police chief Joseph Kitchen, says investigators The shooting was an isolated incident between two people. I'm not a self caricature drawn by Nirvana's Kurt Cobain in 1992 has sold four wait for it, $281,250. The recent Julian's auction, Cobain depicts himself as a spiral.
Police Arrest 1 of 2 Suspects in Austin Mass Shooting That Wounded 14
"And Saturday mornings Mass shooting in Austin that left 14 people wounded is under arrest. Second suspect remains at large. At least one of the suspects opened fire into a crowded bar area. Two of the 14 injured are in critical condition into, UM Austin Police chief Joseph Chicana on News Eights website says the incident appears to be a confrontation between two parties and was not a random act in that most of the victims were innocent bystanders, but we're still sorting out all of the victims to see what their involvement is in this case, Parent
Fresh update on "joseph" discussed on Charlie Parker
"This Tuesday. Mostly sunny a high of 94. Tonight's low 74 right now. Sunny skies 78 degrees Get a move on. It is eight o'clock at news radio 1200. W O A I. A second arrest has been made in the downtown Austin deadly mass shooting over the weekend authorities arresting a 17 year old boy in connection with the shooting in downtown Austin that killed one person and wounded more than a dozen others. The boy taken into custody Monday at a high school while attending a summer school class. He faces a charge of aggravated assault. Gunfire erupted in the capital city early Saturday morning, sparking panic in a popular nightlife area. Authorities arrested their first suspect hours later. Interim police chief Joseph Cajones says investigators believe the shooting was an isolated incident between two people. Austin Mayor Steve Adler is using the mass shooting to call for more gun control measures. The Legislature recently passed the constitutional carry to allow anybody who can legally own a firearm in Texas to care. The gun without a permit. I just do not believe that more guns with more people is the answer to curbing this violence, Adler says. This is the 21st mass shooting in Texas so far this year. One of the suspects in the Austin shooting at 17, so being in possession of a gun would be illegal. Whether the bill is signed or not. Potential power shortage in Texas could shape up to be similar to the one from earlier this year. Warren last year with the Electric Reliability Council in Texas, says the grid itself is in good shape. But energy shortages are possible because a number of generators are offline due to maintenance. Texans have been asked to reduce power due to.
1 Suspect in Custody, Another at Large After 14 Injured in Austin
"Following a mass shooting in downtown Austin overnight. That left at least 14 people hurt Brian Gan reports. Interim police chief Joseph Shea Cohn says they're narrowing in on possible suspects. We have developed suspects. In this case. There are two male suspects. I'm not going to release any further information because the investigation is very much ongoing. The shooting took place in downtown Austin's Entertainment district, where barricades are put up on sixth Street due to the crowds. Police say it appears to have been a disturbance between two groups of people and not the large crowd being targeted. In Texas. I'm Brian Gan. Police say
13 People Shot in Downtown Austin
"At least 13 people were injured in an early morning shooting in downtown Austin Interim police chief Joseph She cons as it happened about 1 30 this morning in a crowded area of Austin's sixth Street. Says police were there before other first responders and their fast action prevented any loss of life. They were able to immediately begin life saving measures for many of these patients, including applications of alternatives, applications of chest seals and other types of first aid. Chikane says they have managed. They have a, uh, shooters description, but it's not very good, he says. It's a tall, thin black man with dreadlocks, hair. Man. They still don't have any idea exactly why all of this happened.
Joseph Turow Examines the Harmful Side of the 'Voice Intelligence' Industry
"Call our industry voice tech industry. But i think it's interesting you use this term. The voice intelligence industry calls. Would you even see that is kind of a parallel industry to the voice tech industry and everything. Well yeah and i i to be clear. I'm not saying that. Voice technology per se is bad and the kind of stuff you do for gamma conferences. That i've been at one which was spectacular. Doesn't really talk about what i'm talking about. In the book so much development of they i when it comes to voice of natural language processing for example and a lot of stuff related to that is terrific. I don't that's not what the book is about. The book is about the use of profiling of the voice in order to make inferences about us that then lead to certain kinds of discriminatory activities. Right and we're that's happening most right now. Interestingly is in an people owning to think about which is context centers call centers. But if you look at the patents that amazon and google and even spotify have and if you speak to people in the end industry as i've done and if you speak to people in the auto industry and others related to that you can see the trajectory is far more related to profiling than most people think interesting. Yeah i think there's there's this you know there. I think there are a number of things happening. You mentioned the patents if you look at all the patents about you know recognizing Being able to make a diagnostic Analysis of our voice on there are there so many things happening. There is a you know. There's kind of a health and wellness piece of this where there's a bunch of potentially life-saving benefits but then on the flip side. You have the same technologies in the same capabilities flipping over to the marketing sides That can be used in a completely different way. But at the core of it like a lot of the same almost a lot saint patents and a lot of would apply
Pipeline CEO: Ransom Payment 'Hardest Decision' of Career
"The colonial pipeline's chief is defending his decision to authorize a multi million dollar payment to hackers last month Joseph Blount says it was his call it was the hardest decision I've made in my thirty nine years in the energy industry the F. B. I.'s urging companies not to pay ransomware demands fearing the payments will just encourage more attacks but Blount told a Senate panel the pipeline shutdown led to a gas shortage in much of the eastern US he worried about how much worse things would be if he did not agree to pay that's an unknown we probably don't want to know and it may be an unknown that we don't want to play out in a public forum the justice department's recovered much of the four point four million dollars colonial paid Sager mag ani Washington
Project Boogie Van Update
"Week's project car of the week is a retired mo- par drag car and you should know by now how cool i think old school mo- par drag cars are so it's no surprise. Why pick this drag challenger for project. The week it was posted on the talking mo- parts facebook page on wednesday june second at three o'clock and there is a big mistake in the ad which we will discuss after here is the ad nineteen seventy dodge challenger race car twenty thousand dollars. Joseph used cars vintage pro stock. Hardy roller chassis. Steele roof and quarters would make a good twenty eight and a half tire class car or bracket or whatever you wanna race twenty thousand or best offer title status is missing okay folks so if you saw the car or looking at it right now listening to this. You'd see that the car is a nineteen seventy-one assuming that the grill retail i panel have never been changed and the ad lists it as a seventy that's annoying to me ad also states. The title is missing which also annoys me. But it's understandable considering the car's been out of commission likely since the seventies the fender tag is long gone unless these guys have it and they will include it with the sale but look the cars and old drag car and if it were to see the track again it would definitely need some upgrading and updating. But that's not exactly how i roll. I'd love to be able to drive this car on the road into shows and cruises so that's the direction i would take it. I would actually leave it. The nostalgic look. But i would obviously get it safe and able to be street driven. The exterior of this car needs to be preserved. Exactly how it is with. Its wild custom paint job in giant period. Correct looking offset hood scoop. It's really hard for me to explain how this car looked. So you really have to go to the talking about parts. facebook page. Go back to wednesday. June second at three o'clock and check this car out. But you know let's not forget to mention. This car was driven an own by west jury and the chassis was built by the legendary drag racer and racecar builder. Don hardy which is really cool
Kyrie Irving Gets Water Bottle Thrown at Him by Fan in Boston
"Is video just sent to us from Joseph, A Pavone from TD Garden involving Kyrie Irving, leaving the court again, and that's beat the Celtics here. This is start the rounds a little bit on Twitter, so I'm going to go ahead and play it. Here we can check it out here. Kyrie leaving, watch the tunnel, watch the tunnel. Okay, watch the tunnel. Terry, it's up. That comes down. Boom. Water bottle. Right there kind of Jersey. Really pumped. He's really pumped. Yeah, he did. Did well pump a fist pump? Yeah, we fish pump off. I was really proud of themselves. Hope it was worth it. Really do cuz there's never going to be allowed back. Yep, there it is his life
Helicopter Crashes at Leesburg Airport, Florida With One Confirmed Dead
"Minneapolis. At least one person is dead in a helicopter crash in central Florida. I'm Peter King in Orlando. Witnesses say the helicopter went into a tailspin before crashing in the marsh near the Leesburg, Florida airport. Please Burgh police captain Joseph IOC tail actually went on to the airport runway area. While the body main body of the helicopter went into the wooden swampy area. IOC says At least one person is dead and they've found no survivors. Among the four people reportedly aboard a Blackhawk was a firefighting helicopter on a training mission and
Biden Extends Deportation Relief for Haitian Immigrants
"Is available at Lemelson dot or g'kar. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin. The Biden administration says it will extend deportation protections for tens of thousands of Haitian immigrants currently living here in the U. S. Trump Administration announced the end of this temporary protected status or TPS, but legal challenges blocked that decision. The argument was that years of extensions were drawing out immigrants stays in the U. S. Long after crises abroad had come to an end. The program is meant for immigrants whose home countries are unable to guarantee the safe return of their citizens. Because of conflict or natural disasters For more. We're joined by girlie in Joseph. She is the president of the Haitian Bridge Alliance. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you so much. Rachel for having us. I imagine this is a big relief for many Haitian immigrants in this country. What kind of fears had they been living with? Absolutely a major relief are about 100 and 54,000 off my Haitian brothers and sisters who have been in the United States living for very long time. And as we have come to understand a lot off them have bean in the forefront of cove in 19 really, really putting their lives at risk to keep our United States of America moving during the condemn IQ, And so it comes with a lot of relief to learn that this people not Only will they be able to continue to serve our communities here, but they will be protected. They don't have to worry for at least the next 18 months. What is the situation in Haiti right now? I mean, what kind of conditions would they have returned to if they had been deported? The situation is dire in Haiti, As we all know, for the past few years, it has mean extreme violence. And there are been kidnapping in extreme turmoil. Political turmoil in a lot of insecurity on the ground right now, and I want people to understand that those people who are currently in Haiti, they do not want to leave. They want to be home. They want to be
DOJ: Man Who Plotted Attack on Ohio Synagogue Pleads Guilty
"The justice department says an Ohio man who plotted an attack on the synagogue has pleaded guilty federal prosecutors say a man who plotted an attack on the Toledo area synagogue has pleaded guilty to related charges Damon Joseph also known as a dollar a Li use of was arrested in December twenty eighteen authorities say he was inspired by a gunman who killed eleven people at a Pittsburgh synagogue six weeks before his arrest he pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support for the Islamic state terrorist group and attempting to commit a hate crime prosecutors say the twenty three year old drew attention after posting photos of weapons and vows of support for ISIS on social media the plot was uncovered during Joseph's conversations with undercover FBI agents I Walter Ratliff
FAA Reaches $44 Million Settlement in Age Discrimination Case
"From the washington. Post dot com f. a. agrees to pay four million to resolve long-running age discrimination lawsuit about seven hundred former as employees. Whose jobs were outsourced. Two thousand five will share in the settlement. The faa has agreed to pay forty four million to resolve a long-standing lawsuit brought by former employees who alleged that their jobs were outsourced because of their ages. The case was filed in two thousand five when the faa decided to hand over the work of about two thousand employees notice flight services specialists to a private company faa officials including the head of the agency at the time were open about the aging specialised workforce being a factor in the outsourcing deal. According to evidence presented in the lawsuit but the case languished in the courts for years as one judge retired in the law firm that originally represented the employees was closed with the former employees reaching retirement age. A new team of lawyers began hashing out a settlement with the government last year. The faa did not admit wrongdoing and said in a statement that the settlement speaks for itself. The lawsuit initially sought to stop the privatization plan which involves giving a one point eight billion dollar contract to lockheed martin government services firm and weapons maker when that effort failed the specialist and support staff became lockheed employees their pay remained roughly the same but they lost out on lucrative air traffic control. Pensions joseph sellers a partner at law. Firm cohen milstein which joined the case in two thousand sixteen. Describe the financial harm faced by the former employees as brutal. Suddenly their pension investment was ripped away from them. He said recouping that retirement pay became the focus the lawsuit the forty four million dollars summit fund will be shared by six hundred and forty six former employees or their estates sellers acknowledged. The payouts won't cover everything that former employees lost police said. The case was unusual because it was not pursued as a class action that meant that they won. Each of the six hundred seventy one plaintiffs would have had to have a separate trial to determine what they were owed potentially extending the case several more years
Looking Back at Rudi Gernreich with Alexander Joseph
"Alex. Thank you so much for joining us on dressed. thanks for having me those so honored. Yeah of course of course and today. of course we're going to speak about rudy gernrich and before we go any further. I just want to point out that it's really gernrich not kern reich. Yes because apparently. I have been saying this incorrectly for a very long time. Well lou. Thir- makes his point. She interviewed him for her book for the rudy gernrich book. She's mary lou luther as a journalist and she made this point that he corrected her and said it's gern rick and that's what he says on batman with a show. That was prerecorded tapes. And everything in so you know that. That's how he wanted. It said but i would put a little note on this. Which is that in two thousand or somewhere around there harry. Hey his boyfriend who will talk. Probably mentioned in the show was interviewed about him any referred to him as really gern reich. So i don't know what to do with that but just throwing it in there. Maybe he changed it. Maybe he changed it in the fifties. Because that's how he wanted to be known that but i'm making that up. I don't know exactly right but we're going to call him rick for the purpose of our wants to be known as would you tell us a little bit about what were the highlights of rudy's career. What what did he mean to the history of american fashion. Because i think we're going to go through a lot of these points by point as we go on through the episode but he really meant so much to contemporary fashion today. There's three things that i think about with really gernrich to about the career in one about not about the career. I is sort of interesting paradox. to me i love paradoxes. But if you think about most designers most fashion designers their most famous things the most famous things they make are things that you know into the real world and become real objects and influence fashion
"joseph" Discussed on Revision Path
"The cause even though the country but it was african sister in. She was saying that decolonization. That has nothing to do with america. Africa we were piling. Is like which i'll get over there stone different but really the opposite is true. I mean not the opposite but we are still a common know like the college never ended. We never decal is so i feel like designed the tools we have to transform our twos that could use we can use to just decolonize period. So yeah i do believe decolonize in design is a part of that you gotta learn about the contributions of black folks to the design discipline but we also have to learn about the contributions of black folks period we gotta learn about the contributions of black folks to revolutionary thought gotta learn about the contributions of black folks to cultivating land to building economic engines systems. And i think that that will help you as a designer. Of course but i think it will help us to the eventual go is like liberation freedom justice these bigger ideas. 'cause i think i think design has got power like i have indeed faked in art design. Not the art world design world. But you know the actual mechanisms methodologies the act of creation. I think we cannot remake. Look sexy as far as revolution. I think we can make it look good. 'cause we have the skills to do that but i also think we can do it if we use design in ways that art deco allen is you know it doesn't have to be all about client services you know that can generate revenue that can generate income that could generate like economics in the community. But it also can be about like. There's an issue of gun violence. You know maybe we can design a our way out of that in. It's not going to be about typography but like business certain set of like perspectives and approaches that we use in design that can translate to bigger problems we see in our communities. What is it that that keeps you. Motivated inspired these days. I mean i feel like and just for people that are listening to this. We're recording this. The week of april nineteenth. We don't really know. Both joseph kind of what may transpire..
Rhode Island Investigating Death of Man Handcuffed by Police
"I'm Julie Walker the death of a handcuffed man while in police custody in Rhode Island is prompting an investigation Providence police released body camera video and say officers were called around twelve thirty AM Friday for report of a man who was outside screaming and possibly on drugs officers found thirty four year old Joseph entry rolling on the ground and called for medical help the body cam shows they spent more than ten minutes trying to calm him down before holding him down on his stomach for about ninety seconds while handcuffing him behind his back he then appeared to collapse it was pronounced dead at a hospital I'm Julie Walker
From No Experience to Multi-Million Dollar Business with Ellen Bennett
"Have a company called headley and bennett. We are in apron. Kitchen gear brand based out of los angeles. And when i started our company almost eight years ago we began as really a custom apron. Work where business for just restaurants and through the years it's really evolved into this directive consumer brand that outfits not just professional chefs but home-cooked is well all over the world. So it's been an exciting in amazing journey that. I just got to summarize into a book that i just finished. I'm very excited to push it out into the world and thank you for sending your book to us to. We've really enjoyed it and going through it. The thing i want you to tell everyone is how you actually started. The apron company is the that moment where you realize you were gonna jump for it. It's a moment. I think that actually happens in a lot of people's lives and sometimes you take the leap and other times you stare at the leap and maybe decide. You don't want to do it. But i'm a big believer in just doing it in trying and failing and getting back up again so that is exactly what i did. I was working professionally a couple of restaurants. I wanted to have my own restaurants. And i had gone to culinary school and i had this opportunity that just punched me in the face. Basically i was standing in the restaurant and where it was working. The two michelin star restaurant and then at the same time was working at another restaurant so fine dining and normal dining at the same time so you can imagine that was like a wild simultaneously and at one of those spots. Joseph santana my chef ran up to me and said. Hey there's a girl she's gonna make aprons. Do you wanna buy one. And i had been thinking about a chef coats in howard. Uniforms were just the worst. The fabric was paper. Stanage didn't look good at all and being a professional chef is a bit like being an athlete. You gotta show up and no matter. What comes your way if the push through to the end of the evening and get all the dishes out.
Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91
"Holocaust survivor who testified at Nazi commander at off Eifman's trial has died. Joseph Solman claimant Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the Nazi commanders trial, died Tuesday. According to Israeli media. He was 91 Kleinman was one of fewer than 180,000 Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel. Born in Slovakia in January, 1930 Kleinman and his family were deported by Nazi Germany to the camp in Auschwitz Birkenau in 1944, his father, mother and sister. Were killed it outfits. After the war, Kleinman emigrated to Israel. Eichmann, one of the architects of the Holocaust, was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina. In 1960 put on trial in Jerusalem in 1961 Eichmann was found guilty of crimes against humanity, crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year.
Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a Holocaust survivor who testified at **** commander in elf Eichmann's trial has died Joseph Zalman Kleinman Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the **** commanders trial died Tuesday according to Israeli media he was ninety one Kleinman was one of fewer than one hundred eighty thousand Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel born in Slovakia in January nineteen thirty Cliven and his family were deported by **** Germany to the camp at Auschwitz Birkenau in nineteen forty four his father mother and sister were killed at Auschwitz after the war Kleinman emigrated to Israel I commend one of the architects of the Holocaust was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina in nineteen sixty put on trial in Jerusalem in nineteen sixty one Aikman was found guilty of crimes against humanity crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year hi Mike Rossio
Ceremony formalizes tribal relationship with Kennewick
"The nez perce tribe reclaimed ownership of property from the united methodist church and a small ceremony thursday as emily swing reports. It's been more than one hundred and forty years since the tribe held rights to that land. Roughly forty people gathered for a small land. Transfer ceremony in will allow oregon nez perce tribal chairman shannon wheeler ended the deed to the property. The ceremony was broadcast live on facebook. This land and our people being forced off of this land and the tears of sorrow as we left today if you shed a tear. That's okay because they're tears of joy now and so are are tears of joy in our happiness today will also be felt by them are as esters in passed in eighteen. Fifty five nez perce chief. Joseph signed a treaty with the us government that granted millions of acres of land to the tribe but twenty years. Later the us army drove the nez perce from that same land. The nez perce are also known as the nemi. Pu people reverend karen hernandez is the district superintendent of the united methodist church in eastern idaho and southern oregon. She handed over keys to a now closed. Methodist church that sits on. What's now nez perce. Land and willa proved people in a gracious spirit of friendship are willing to meet us here as we take this small step toward justice. It blesses us knowing that land that methodists made good use of here but it was never rightfully ours. It is now most rightfully yours. This is the second land transfer from the united methodist church. Three years ago the tribe took ownership of one and a half acres along the lower river. Where the church held retreats for national native news. I'm emily swing
The Wrongful Conviction Of Joseph Webster
"It was april of two thousand and five and joseph webster had been sitting in tennessee state. Prison for nearly three years. He was serving a thirteen year sentence for selling cocaine. Joseph said he had a chance to go up for parole. He was hoping to go home early. He was twenty six years old at the time and then things took a drastic turn. Joseph was notified. He was being charged with the murder of a man. Named leroy owens someone that he said he had never met in tennessee. That meant he was facing a life sentence or even the death penalty would stay doing heartbreak on family. They will buy cheese perfectly covault and eighties again. I have leery. Owens was skilled in november nineteen ninety eight when joseph was just nineteen years old several years before he went to prison for selling drugs. Leroy's murder was brutal. He was beaten over the head with a cinderblock several times. The case remained unsolved for seven years. The moment after hearing the news is a blurred joseph. Not only was he not going to go home. He now had to prepare for trial behind bars. He thought of his three young sons and his mom. Marie burns who had been waiting patiently for his release. You know he called me so mama they trying to say keo some bad as a about us. Judson ju is added. Do it is added not do that.
"joseph" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"One of the best films ever made about Joseph merrick and then there was a definitive book that was written as well by a pair of authors One of whom. I believe was like a doctor who had like all his research but his writing was a little over the top so they assigned a ghostwriter with them and they basically wrote the definitive on Joseph merrick's life An medical condition and all three of these projects happen independently like one was an adapted from the other anything like that and they all came out at around the same time which is really strange in and of itself. But it's even stranger to think that all of this happened. centered on a character. Who had been largely forgotten. By this time. there was really only two surviving Pieces of literature about him about joseph merrick. The man that That that anyone was aware of and they had been written in the nineteenth century but then suddenly for some reason in the late seventies three different projects started up about joseph kind of made him a icon for humanity. That is still you know lasting today. Yeah i think The seventy s spawned disco fever. Elephant man fever. That's right and they were both rather unlikely. Considering both disco. And joseph merrick were born in the eighteen hundreds specifically and england on august fifth eighteen. Sixty two so. I meant to look it up I don't know if it's is it. Lister shires like the sauce. Lyster lester right yeah. You had that last time. It's just lester from what i understand. Okay so he was born. In leicester england on august five eighteen. Sixty two and We'll talk a little bit about what they are pretty sure his condition was but being eighteen. Sixty two at the time After he started developing Some very strange symptoms at the age of five doctors back then were pretty flummoxed yes yes so The reason why is we'll see is because they think he's one of maybe a hundred people in the entire history.
"joseph" Discussed on Donuts and Devos
"Wow so we get a bit of a time line here. From when god promised to abraham that he would become the father of all nations and that the messiah would come from his lineage. Forty two generations. Do you know how many years that could be any guesses. Forty two generations. Would that before two years. No that would be forty. Two father grandfather great grandfather. Great great great grandfather to get the picture. I don't even really know. Honestly how many years because remember people live quite a bit longer. Back in abraham's time either way it was a long time for the promised messiah to finally make his appearance and god chose to earthly parents. Joseph and mary to take care of him. So let's look at joseph here. He had a bit of a problem. Did any yet. mainly would having a baby. And he wasn't the father. Joseph was supposed to marry mary and then he finds out that she was pregnant with a baby. That isn't his. But joseph is an honorable and kind man. He didn't want to shame mary and so he was going to fairy quietly divorce her and that her go to be with the babies real dead but then the angel talks to him. Exactly the angel visits joseph and tells him that mary is pregnant but through the holy spirit. And that this godson the messiah. Can you imagine that conversation. The angel tells joseph to marry her to name the baby. Jesus this special child would say people from there since you see god pig. Joseph to jesus's adoptive father. Joseph came from the house of david which would fulfil the many prophecies about the messiah coming from the house of judah. Jesus would need an earthly father to take care of him to love and protect him and to teach him. Let's read luke. Chapter three verse. Twenty three the son of god became man and the adopted son of a human father so that the sons of men might become adopted sons of his heavenly father so in the same way that jesus was the adopted son of joseph we too are the adopted children of god through faith which means that. Ask god's children we inherit the gift of salvation and the kingdom of heaven.
"joseph" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Hatch up the matt out the hatch, no. No No. I really thought I came up with the perfect, right? Down the hatch out the hatch boom. Out The land. Okay. So. Sorry last one. It's for you. Okay. Down the hatch out the NATCH. Your boobs Okay Gino much about the anatomy, but he doesn't come out your nipples. That I know of I don't know then the P. babies maybe but not mine well, the babies definitely. Suckle from the match in urine comes out to sustain them like when you have to breastfeed baby, which you'll have to do eventually be baby hasn't eaten anything. The time is up for breastfeeding on P. Baby. It's been a WH-. I'm worried about I don't know how you're gonNA lactate or produce so far away from the. Winners. We're going to go to the sixteen hundreds and hire Westerners. Okay Joseph I just thought for one. What this new system where you have a no pet you look like a detective you win interviewed a suspect and got a statement, and now you're trying to read it back to your commander. This is called reporters notebook. Exactly. You're like a gumshoe and it's convenient, very convenient, very nimble piece of. Paper anywhere. So William Peter Blatty he he kind of just like glaze over that. I didn't know he was the writer and filmmaker of the exorcist will not the filmmaker but the writer of the book and the screenplay in the screenplay but we'll William Freakin was the. Director said he also wrote and directed the sequel. The exorcist. Three. which is a piece of shit. Tear opinion. I don't mean to say I'm just saying William, frequent was amazing director. I don't. I shouldn't say was I think he's still with us. So I thought the relationship to queuing on the way he liked just hide it in. This is the same. Just in this pattern over and over and over again where there's instability and then from that grows this kind of satanic fear fear of the other via. An all saint I think this this aspect brings us closer to arm cherries because a lot of arm series right on the comments section that their husbands or wives are so sick of them saying, Oh, I heard an armchair blank like, okay enough. Similarly you and I will interview someone like him. And then we the whole weekend. All we were talking about all the stuff. The Guy said in the parallels between the killing babies with the Salem witch trial in the current Cunanan accusation daycare and the daycare. In. So if you're friends with us were we're annoying as well. We just go around going. Well, this other guy we interviewed said this it's true yeah. Down, the hatch. Briar Patch. So I just also want to say because we were talking about, which is in Salem and the crucible that I think Christians Broadway debut was able. You're right. You're absolutely right people want to know that nugget. So if you WANNA know about more about Kristen. Watch the. Watch it. It was a play. I. Bet it's on a movie somewhere. Oh my God..
"joseph" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"And I do want to devote now my college experience to that. Yeah you know honestly I've thought about this question a lot I think it's mostly just the there happened to be good faculty in Religious Studies. I think so much as just you bond with a particular instructor and you kind of sign up for for more of their classes I. think that's kind of how I got started with this. Okay. So your newest book is called the Penguin Book of exorcisms, which is that I. Don't think I need any explanation that title really tells you everything I think. Now is the penguin book part to make it Kinda cute and less threatening. I get a lot of about is these exercises for penguins or like to drive penguin spirits out of people. But. This penguin classics, right you know you go to a bookstore and they've got whatever moby Dick and. Jack. London. And all these classics and they have a series of sort of primary tax like the Penguin Book of. The Penguin Book of Hell Opinion, book of witches and these all sell really well. So they approached me and said, could you do a penguin book of exorcisms and so I did and so you must have had prior interest in it because one ear books dangerous games is kind of about dungeons and dragons in the moral panic created. So you clearly already have kind kind of interest in the pop culture. downriver effects of religion yeah. Yeah. My focus is a researcher is on American religion and American Catholicism had published a work on William Peter. Blatty the exorcist and that kind of effect that had on culture. And then I was tapped to do an encyclopedia called spirit possession around the world. Okay. And if you WANNA learn a lot about a topic at an encyclopedia on. My Name's on the cover. But most of that book did not write myself. I tapped an entire network of anthropologists and historians and other people. So one thing led to another and I've gradually become sort of an exorcism person sort of through. No Fault of my. Oh Yeah. So right out of the gates as I read about your work I think there's a couple shocking polls from my perspective that you could tell us about this kind of the overall belief in demon monarch possession and or exorcisms in America could you tell us how common this belief is? Sure. So the exorcist came out in nineteen. Seventy three and the film you know the the woman's daughters possessed by the devil and nobody will believe her not even the priests will believe her and that was probably what would have happened in nineteen seventy three in the nineteen sixties we did a poll only about a third of Americans. So they believe in.
"joseph" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Hey guys it's Friday. So we're dropping a bonus meditation and today's meditation. Really picks up on a theme that we developed in the episode on Monday where we talked about emptiness Guy Armstrong emptiness is One of the trickier concepts in Buddhism sometimes goes by the name of. Not. Sell for selflessness or EGO looseness and a lot of people get hung up on this myself included because it's Hard understand the argument that we don't exist but that's not quite the argument. The argument is that on some really important. Foundational fundamental level. There is no you. But of course, on a relative level on a day-to-day level, you do exist you need to put your pants on and make appointments, etc etc. But if you really look at your mind whatever's arising in your mind and try to find the you in, you won't find it and one way to make this super practical and super helpful is to look at thoughts. If you look at your thoughts. They really feel when viewed from the perspective of an untrained mind they really feel as Joseph Goldstein who you are about to hear from often says, they can really feel like little dictators thought comes in your mind and then you just acted out blindly. But if you look at your thoughts actually you'll see that. Again as Joseph says there little more than nothing these thoughts and when you have that perspective, then you don't need to take them as seriously and that is really liberating. So here is Joseph with a meditation. On thinking. One of the challenging aspects of this practice of paying attention to these quickly passing thoughts is thoughts of very slippery. They slide into the mind. and. So we need to pay particular attention to the arising of his thoughts. And to do it in a lighthearted way. As we pay more and more attention to these kinds of thoughts arising many many times during the day. And doing it with a light heart doing it from a place of interest from a place of investigation. We find ourselves abiding in much more spacious, a much more open quality of mind. That allows the thoughts to arise in pass away in a field of awareness. As, you begin the sitting. Sit comfortably in a dignified posture. But the back straight but not stiff. Leading, the is closed gently. Settle into your body. In sitting posture. And simply sit and no, you're sitting. As you're aware of yourself sitting. You might also begin to know that the body is breathing. Breathing in no, you're breathing in breathing out. No, you're breathing out. At Different Times. You may hear different sounds. Towns may be soft towns. They may be pleasant. They may be unpleasant. Simply rest in the openness. And be aware of how old sounds appear disappear. Again return to the awareness of the body. Said no you're sitting. When thoughts arise in the mind? As soon as you become aware that you're thinking. Make Soft Mental Note Of Thinking. The idea in meditation is not the Stop Thinking. But rather to be aware when we are thinking. To see it as simply another object of mindfulness. Never you become aware of a particular mood or emotional mind state. Make that very experienced, the object of your meditation. Becoming mindful of the particular mood or emotion. So actually investigating the nature of our experience. There will be many times when the mind seems to be carried away by trains of thought. Whatever point you become aware that you've been lost. For an extended period of time. In that moment becoming aware. Simply. Acknowledged that. And Begin again. And when you're ready, you can open your eyes and we connect again with the world around you. This concludes meditation. Thanks to Joseph and if you enjoy that with Joseph many many many more meditations from him on the ten percent happier APP including our flagship course, which is called the basics. In the basics Joseph and I discuss the fundamentals of meditation we do a lot of myth busting and Joseph Lead you through seven days of meditation it's a great way to get started. So check it out. In the meantime have a great weekend. We'll be back. With some new episodes next week. Really diving into the themes of Grit and resilience. In this anxious tumultuous time, we'll see that..
"joseph" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
"When I finished with recliner, we wrapped it in butcher paper and loaded it into a van to keep it in the property room until trial. I went upstairs to survey the loft bedroom. There was no indication that any violence took place in the loft, but the area needed to be searched clothing with scattered all over the floor, the bed clothes were rumpled, and the bathroom looked normal contained the usual variety of personal hygiene stuff. There was a single dried blood drop on the top of the bedpost at the foot of the bed I scraped it off with a scalpel into a glassy envelope with the hope that belonged to Joseph. Picked up each item of clothing and looked for evidence of cleanup or blood, and there was a White Basketball Jersey. It had been wanted up between the bed, and the dresser, and I picked it up. There were red stains all over the front one stain in particular, stood out a transfer pattern consistent with the front and back of a knife, as if the wearer took the blade and pulled it across the fabric to wipe it off. Aubrey Joseph could have been wearing this Jersey when he committed. The murder kept one of the bloody knives in his hand, and wiped it off on this Jersey or he just used it as a cleaning cloth, but this was another detail that would help disprove his quote. Unquote panic defense. The additional spatters cast off and transfer patterns were documented, photographed and diagrammed and released the scene at about nine o'clock that night. Nearly two years went by, and the case went to trial in February of two thousand eleven. All Joseph's defense was crime of passion as he alleged during the interrogation. He said that he recalled cutting Trina. He didn't remember his actions as being severe enough to kill her. The Defense Counsels Opening Statement to the jury mitigated Aubrey's involvement and instead focused on his lack of faith in their relationship and a suicide attempt he made by drinking bleach and taking pills several months before the murder. The prosecutor countered that argument in her opening statement. The prosecutor said Trina Joseph is dead. Because this defendant wanted her dead, she was killed in a most horrific and brutal manner at the hands of her own husband. This defendant useful knives, a large butcher knife. He thrusted into her body so hard that the blade snapped from the handle, but that didn't stop him. He just went back to their kitchen to get more knives. He continued his brutal attacks, stabbing her numerous times in the forehead above her ear by her lip in her belly in her cheek in her jaw in the top of her head in her clavicle in her hand. She sustained stab wounds to her thumb, her ring finger her middle finger wounds that she would have sustained while trying to protect herself. This defendant stabbed her with such force that the neighbor awoke to the brutal screams of Trina Joseph as she struggled for her life. This defendant stabbed her with such force that her ribs were fractured. Her lung was pierced. Her liver was perforated and her voice box was cut. But what could Trina Joseph have done to deserve this? The answer. Absolutely nothing. According to the defendants own mouth. He thought that Trina Joseph had disrespected him earlier that night. He thought she was going to leave him. So in his words. He stabbed her up. He killed her and when he had completed the task he set out to do. He drove himself down to the jail turned himself in, as as could be no emotion, no regret. You'll learn that on July thirty first Trina Joseph the defendant and some friends when out to have some fun. They went to Jim's place a place they usually went to, but once they're. The defendant started getting upset at Trina, Joseph Trina was sitting at the bar, talking to another man and this defendant didn't like it when he went up to Trina Joseph to confront her in the man Trina Joseph tried to calm the situation down. Chill everything out. But the defendant took this as Trina. Joseph picking the other men over him and disrespecting him. After opening arguments, the medical examiner took the stand. She testified that Trina Joseph likely bled to death after living through each and every stab wound and fought back until she just couldn't anymore. The doctor described each injury and detail and photographs were shown to the jury. I was called to testify on the second day to detail. The line required to leave the various stains and altered patterns behind. The photographs of her injuries flashed up on the big screen in the courtroom. Trina Joseph's father was seated in the front row of the gallery and he was unprepared to see them. The victim's advocate gently escorted him out of the courtroom after he cried out, and the judge took a short recess. It was heartbreaking. The father remained in the hallway for the rest of the trial. After the prosecution was finished and I, explained everything that I had to say about the blood same patterns, the knives, and how I conducted my investigation, the defense attorney took the podium, and asked me questions about the cleanup of the bloodstains on her body, and why Aubrey Joseph would leave the rest of the evidence to be found if his intent was to hide evidence of the murder, the defense attorney asked me a couple of innocuous questions about my experience, and then she moved to talk about the knives collected from the crime scene. Now, you collected a couple of knives, a blade and a handle right that's correct and several of those items. They appeared to still have red stains, perhaps blood on them. That's correct. They didn't appear to have been wiped clean or wiped off or cleaned off and I, said it would be difficult for me to make that determination, but if they had red stains or were anywhere in the apartment, they were collected. It wouldn't appear through your experience and your view of the scene that the assailant in this case had tried to mask the crime scene. The woman's body was still there correct, correct and knives right there next to the recliner. That's correct and there's blood on the wall and clothes and other parts of the apartment. Is that correct? That's correct, so it didn't look like somebody had done a thorough job in trying to hide or mask, scene and I said the only thing I saw with the altered bloodstains that we discussed earlier, and that was basically it, and you wouldn't be in a position to speculate as to why a stain a drying stain may have been wiped off of her left cheek. And I said I can't tell you why I can just tell you that somebody or somehow it was wiped off after it began to dry. She dropped it at that point, but she moved forward to the blood splatter on the wall and surrounding areas, and she said I believed you use the term medium velocity, blood, splatter correct, and you're not able to give an opinion as to the force or thrust. You know the speed of the blood moving or anything like that, are you? And, I said for this particular scene. It would be difficult because I didn't do a full reconstruction. It was unnecessary. However I can tell you that medium velocity spider in general travels at a distance of five feet to twenty five feet per second. That's how fast it's traveling. which is indicative of either Blunt Force Trauma or in this case, a multiple stabbing? Would it be fair to say that it would be slower than a gunshot, but faster than just dripping and I said that's correct. I have no further questions your honor. When I finished my testimony the DNA analyst took the stand. The analyst was to testify about the results of the swabs taken from the knives the scene she said that there was a mixture of both Trina and Aubrey Joseph's blood on three of the four nine and a one in a quad.
"joseph" Discussed on Blind History
"Separatist crazy because he thought he could take over from way stolen was, but from his grave, it was absolutely chaos and Chris finally took over and started that these storm as Asian process well. May Have done a destalinisation, but when Brezhnev came in, he started a restart nuys, ation, and even today you know Putin is loathe to criticize Stalin. There are obviously things that are now indisputable about just how? Much of terror. He was that they dig him up. The name moved him because he was originally in the mausoleum with Lennon and eventually just put him next to the wool under a little best, and his legacy is very much like his actual visage puck mocked and difficult to interpret entirely. We don't know much about his personality. Because he was a political creature, but he beloved his friends, he liked having his friends around. He set me seems to have been affectionate with his daughter. We know about his scruffy appearance in the kind of clothing he used to wear. The apparently had a very soft voice and rid furiously at like a library of twenty thousand books. I could read five hundred pages a day or something crazy like that. Yeah, and he publicly condemned things like anti Semitism, and didn't necessarily like the idea of discrimination, although he practiced that in various ways, shapes and forms as a dictator, and ultimately his legacy has to be seen as one of just immense power accumulation, and no respect whatsoever for the individual. It was all about what could collectively be done. He sold people as units within a massive machine and. And didn't care how many of those units had to be. Either lost in war executed for disagreeing with him and I think overwhelmingly totalitarianism has had its purest expression in the character of Joseph Stalin. The on Gareth that he needed a forum and he had.
"joseph" Discussed on Blind History
"Could you position installing start to feel it, but I think the timing was incredible because Lennon started I think he had three strokes, and you'd really had his first stroke and linens wafts started to speak out against Arslan. And installing phoned her and colder syphilitic whole a to. The phone. And Linen heard about this, and they basically said to him. Look if you do not apologize and make things clear. I think it's the end of the line between you and me and the next day he basically at the worst stroke, and died just off of it and I think stolen spent a bit of Tom. Making Shea squashed that discussion, it's famously been recorded that Stalin and crew Skyer who is linens? Wife were not best of friends, and she actually released a whole lot of linens letters, which purport to say that Stalin is not a great guys got bad manners to coast. He's too rough. He's vulgar. He's rude and that he shouldn't lead. But a lot of people say that she might have written these letters I think in the end they have lost and unfortunately. If you didn't have a good relationship with Stalin, you're dead and nothing gets. You ended up like that, so he took over then often linen, but it was by no means an easy job because he had to make alliances with some dodgy people, and then break those alliances later on ultimately with the goal of establishing himself at the center of things he was not interested in. You know a communal decision making body. He wanted to make the. You're one hundred percent. A dictators, what is the was and I think it was quite easy. Because Trotsky was looking at the mocks collective in the whole world, it started with sanctity supporters. Look, we're looking at. It decided union and say he got strong. Support Trotsky didn't get the support that he thought he would get him in Lenin's wife Tipper Party and try to go against Stalin. And that was the ultimate demise of Trotsky. He was sent into exile later on Stalin Sin Somebody to met him with. Another famous death but I do WANNA breeze quickly through the years before World War Two, because that's what's stunning, really came to aggregate immense power around himself, but he went through a number of crises I mean the one that's most well known as that feminine and the collectivization of farming where he murdered the cool lax and the great terror as it's cold also. Also, which was the execution of some seven hundred thousand people who we know about? There are many more that we don't know about. Their mass graves all over Russia of people who he called detractors need liberals..
"joseph" Discussed on Blind History
"In this some for stolen by real scheme, the lyrics go. We will all rush to the talk. With the sunshine our is by the Eagles Solo flight. Leader gives us the true site. Top is reached by climbing the mountain of millions of buddies. Sunshine is the promise of nuclear war. And the flight, dangerous social engineering experiments, which spread poverty and misery all over the world. The leader was Joseph Stalin. The man of steel. Russia's totalitarian dictator. Yosif.
"joseph" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association
"Yeah. Oh, what would that sad, so Joseph working? folks find interwebs. They can find me on instagram. At J. Wbz, and on the Internet is Joseph Thomson, Woodwork and NJ. WTI Woodwork whatever you put in that'll. That'll send you to my website. Yeah, that's you know most everything right now. As much on I mean, that's so easy to update and Yep Yeah I. Just that's. That's really kind of where. You been putting these. These livestream so oh! Yeah Cross out to look for y'all. Reaching Development, and for the you know when we'd been doing these livestream. Katie it had made me a Coun- and we were. We'd posted some of my steam. Bidding videos and things like that wasn't something we. Added to into until these lobster, so so so is, it is a J.. Wt would work on Youtube. Yes, okay, fantastic, Hey! We'll. If if a search for Joseph Thompson and woodworking, I'm sure they'll come come by. Happy about me, not knowing that but. That's okay. That's okay. I can't I can't remember at all all right. So Sean working folks fired you. I'm I'm on most social media's as Shawn W. Seventy eight. You can find me there. I, would you kyle? And you can always find me at Barton. Dot Kyle on Instagram the only social media platform it matters, and with that just about wraps it up for this show, so if you haven't already please subscribe.
"joseph" Discussed on Serial Killers
"August Nineteenth nineteen seventy nine forty forty nine year old David. Joseph Carpenter claimed his first victim in the trails of Marin County forty four year old etta cain they were left without any leads on her killer in March of nineteen eighty twenty-three-year-old Schwartz decided to take a walk through the same hiking trail rail known as the sleeping lady. She brought her dog along for safety at some point in her hike Barbara was approached by a white man with a ball cap app and a warm smile. David Joseph Carpenter Carpenter. Cooley stopped Barbara to ask her a question. Seeming anything but dangerous Barbara Barbara obliged and the two chatted in the woods for a while then in the midst of the friendly conversation carpenter whipped out at ten inch boning knife from his jacket in broad daylight. He repeatedly stabbed Barbara in the chest. Spring the dirt with her blood a witness hiking nearby saw the vicious this attack and screened for carpenter to stop. She then fled the scene to find help leading park rangers to the site of the stabbing by the time they got not there. Barbara's corpse was limp on the ground. She was found naked and kneeling in a similar position to add a cane. Once again investigators comb the scene but their efforts were fruitless. Even with a witness she was so panicked by the encounter. She couldn't remember Burnett about carpenters appearance to describe accurately like at us. Barbara's case to ran cold. Investigators were left with only one clue clue a pair of blood. Spattered bifocals dropped at the scene. The glasses were determined to be prison. Issued but even after cross-checking various lists of recent CONVEX and parolees with a history of sexual offenses detective. Still came up with nothing carpenter inexplicably flew under the radar. The sheriff brought in a psychologist. Dr Are William Mathis to take a closer look at the case. Based the ritual Listrik aspects of the two killings mathis hypothesized that the murder most likely hoarded souvenirs from his kills almost like small prices. Unfortunately even with a psychological profile police had no strong suspects and they hit another dead end then and seven months later in October of nineteen eighty carpenter struck again on the very same hiking trail twenty six year old and Alderson disappeared appeared while jogging on the trail. One morning her body was found a few days later she had been viciously sexually assaulted and shot in the head execution style. Oh just like a cane. In the wake of Ann's death a panic set in over the sleepy community of Marin County it was official a serial unreal murderer dubbed the trailside killer by the press was on the loose and his reign of terror over the San Francisco area was only just beginning in November of nineteen eighty carpenter visited point Reyes national seashore park but he wasn't alone among the many other people on the hiking trails. That day was twenty five year old. Sean may who planned to meet up with friends and parking lot at the other end of the trail when when she never showed up her friends called police for two days. Police searched the trail. It ended with a grisly. Find Four. Your body's just a half mile apart off the trail. The I belong to Sean I may. She had been stripped naked and shot beside her. Lay The decomposing body of twenty two year old. Diane O'CONNELL been reported missing a full month. Before Diane's murder was was particularly gruesome. She had been sexually assaulted strangled and shot multiple times. The two bodies lay side by side in a shallow grave just down the path. The corpses of two more missing persons were found Richards Towers and Cynthia Moreland both of whom had been missing since the middle of October. Both had also been shot in the back of the head the to lay face down under a patch of brush. The Bay Area Korea began to panic now. They knew for sure. There was a serial killer on the loose hunting as victims on hiking trails. Everything about these murders particularly chick clearly the way the bodies had been left behind instill tremendous fear in the hearts of locals forensic psychologist. Dr Catherine Ramsland stated that anyone who's posing victims in a specific way is trying to extend the crime scene to the reaction of the first people who arrive on the scene. Gene they want something to radiate out from their crimes in a way that will make them feel powerful again just thinking about it carpenters. Murder scenes followed pattern. The bodies of victims were left either kneeling on the ground lying face down or otherwise posed into a submissive position. After after the most recent discoveries the trails of San Francisco were deserted residents and locals were afraid to leave their homes but for the first this time police finally had a piece of traceable evidence the bullets used in all four of the point. Reyes murders matched the bullets used to murder merger and Alderson carpenters third victim. Feeling close to a breakthrough police diligently monitored all the trails around the city helicopters kopchev conducted flyover searches for clues and everyone from hiking clubs to marines volunteered to guard the trails to help. Stop the attacks. Some police even Windhoek horseback to patrol but these efforts came up with nothing after six weeks though little progress had been made in the case some residents began to feel feel safe hiking the trails again on their spring break from UC Davis Twenty. One year. Old Ellen Hansen and her boyfriend Steven hartill decided minded to go camping together in Henry Cowl redwoods State Park on March twenty ninth nineteen eighty one after camping the night the couple took a hike up to an observation tower. It was here that a slender bespectacled man in a ball cap approached them from the trees hidden in his hand and was a small gun. The man approached the couple calmly. He spoke to them in a quick low tone using short sentences. He told Stephen he was going to sexually assault Ellen. The man warned that if Stephen refused there would be fatal consequences at first Steven and Alan didn't know how to react. It wasn't until Carpenter revealed his handgun that they knew as threats were serious. Desperate Stephen begged the stranger to let them go. But Ellen could see that the man was not going to Budge Ellen stepped forward confronting the man face to face. She said he's going to he kill US anyway. An instant it was over the man raised his pistol and shot Ellen point blank in the head.
"joseph" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"But on New Year's day when Joseph was thirty five the same figure that it appeared to him when he was fifteen showed back up and said, quote Joseph I control you now. And Joseph knew that this was the voice of God from then on Joseph felt as if he had no choice, but to follow the commandments of the voice. He was hearing no matter how awful or violent those commandments might be the first violent episode came just a few weeks after God took over a Mary Joe and Joey hoping to escape the abuse that they were suffering at the hands of their father ran away from home. They've been gone for two days before Joseph decided to go out looking for him. So he put his forty five automatic pistol into his belt, hailed taxi and directed. The driver to troll the streets looking for a couple of teenagers normal. In my trolling to murder. Compl-? I don't wanna be complicit in that so destination or might just straight to hell. Okay. Okay. No tax drivers. I think we're more pliant back in the day. Finally, Joseph saw his kids coming out of a movie theater with a couple of friends. So Joseph jumped out of the car pointed his gun into his own children's faces and told them to get in the cab. When they got home Joseph told Betty to take little Jimmy and little Michael out to get pizza and not to come home until he said so see Joseph begun to develop what you might call crush on his own daughter. He never did anything sexual with her. But prior to this incident he had begun what he himself called a courtship. He said in his own words. He's like I'm gonna notice she's all she's the beautiful along lady. And she seems to be held in the steam by all the men on by them. I wouldn't let them have them. Well, thank you so much for coming on the stern show. Once again, Mr. Trump, really appreciate you being here. Howard said he looked Howard said you always loves the way you talk about his daughter. Anyway, you know, you're going to be president in five years. Yeah. The two of them they hung out. They went to the movies. They went to dinner in essence, they were dating. Well, she was just hanging out with her father. Yeah. He was dating her he'd buy her jewelry, and he would do all kinds of stuff where he was. She was this pure thing to him. Great. Okay. So now we're talking about leaving Neverland again going on right and strangely during those few weeks Joseph said, he didn't have a single hallucination. Although that may have just been away for him to justify dating his own daughter to flora Schreiber aby, maybe maybe marking. No because there are other things that he fully admitted to that are much worse. Okay. Now, we have no way to know. If that really any of this is true. But when Mary Jo left Joseph had a break, and now he was going to get his revenge on behalf of the God living inside his head who told him to do all this. I he took Joey to the kitchen and handcuffed him to the fridge before dropping a butcher knife on the floor. Just at a reach Justice scare them, then he took a spatula from the kitchen and a rope from the cellar and return to the living room where his daughter was waiting. He forced her to strip down to her underwear than he bound her wrists and ankles with rope. After that Joseph brought out his kerosene stove and turned it on setting the spatula on the flame after leaving their heating for five minutes. Joseph picked it up and under his God's command burned his daughters bear thought by and while he was burning her he was saying over and over again in a sing song voice. You will never run away from me again, Ronn, why Hami all little pancake young novel Rana why? Can you imagine that? And you're just the other your other kid is just fucking handcuff to refrigerator washing..
"joseph" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Joseph in color. Froze and noted. Way don't follow. So Stacey dash ain't got a clue. Dominate Africa's does take on. Grow here. My essays. I need the coach. You come into the three zero five. Top off. He's just a row. We need. Actually. Just a just a ghost who she should get the gold. Boat. Yes. She's in love with Hawaiian back in high school. I use the bus. Hit the epi. Yo a duffle semi hands. I did have a thirteen hours. Allow me out. Like a like a like.
"joseph" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Of they can appear like a meathead but they can also be thoughtful but they can also be weasley and i think we'll smith as shown in various roles and parts of he's played that he can be all of those things because in this particular story because because really the story we've talked to many sons right but or many brothers but really it's like judah reuben the other biblical sons of anarchy but they're not really named those are the primary other brothers besides joseph ryan that's right that's right and so that leaves us with joseph joseph the name means major hove ad or give increase again like i mentioned he's eleven son of jacob and he has ten and a half brothers one full brother and one half sister i know that he's hot i know it in my spirit but i also do from future scripture that he will be referenced as handsome and well built oh interesting gosh that's so great because like so for this this important character right all important characters but this no for us this is your favorite dude of all tests favorite dude in the old testament thirteen chapters of this book are dedicated to this guy he's kind of a big deal so you don't want like you know ashton kutcher that doesn't cut it right right and i think specific to the character you've got this has to be a person who is he's a leading man he's capable of leading his people into egypt right he's capable of like holding serve with phero as number two but he's also got to be able to pull off kind of pretentious pretty boy look right as we'll see in the story and because and i cast this person and then i've found that in previous work together on movies this person has been cast with jason bateman as a familiar figure so i think there is some genetic precedent here and that's why i've settled on mr zachary ephron is he pretty is he will put together jamie is he handsome and well built why yes he is this is an excellent choice i'm so glad you oh my goodness this is going to be a great episode okay good 'cause i think about like ron in a biblical way the whole time i love that only biblical.
"joseph" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Joseph but no is co author of bitcoin and cryptocurrency technologies a popular textbook that you might have looked at if you are into cryptocurrencies at nyu he works as an assistant professor exploring cryptography insecurity and his youtube lessons teaching bitcoin have hundreds of thousands of views joseph's material offers clear explanations for how bitcoin works since joe has a clear understanding of the objective facts about bitcoin about the engineering and the underpinnings of the technology he's also the perfect person to discuss the more subjective topics the common misunderstandings of bitcoin in the myths of cryptocurrencies the governance tradeoffs between a theory i'm in bitcoin proof of work and proof of steak joseph believes that the early mainstream cryptocurrency solutions will be largely centralized once we actually do have mainstream cryptocurrency solution since and he believes that will likely move beyond bitcoin to more efficient currencies i enjoyed hearing his reasoning behind this perspective it was really nice to talk to somebody who knows so much about bitcoin and has spent a lot of time in the community but is far from a bitcoin maximalist in fact he's moving more and more into the a theory of community and studying that more closely so i really enjoy the conversation with him meet ups for software engineering daily are being planned you can go to software engineering daily dot com slash meet up if you want to register for an upcoming meet up with got march meet ups scheduled yet data dog in new york and hubs spot in boston and in april i will be at tel assign in la and if these meet ups will have some speakers all asked them some questions and it'll be a lot of fun so i hope to see you there.
"joseph" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"His wives and and the offspring that resulted those are all the sons there's a daughter named dina as well and rachel is the woman he really loved and the first son he had with rachel was joseph in that was when he was older and so that's in some sense why joseph his his favorite so this is the beginning of the story of joseph now israel jacob love joseph more than all his children because he was the son of his old age and he made him a code of many colors and there's a lot packed into those two sentences you know the first is that now israel love joseph more than all this other children that's probably not so good one of the things we've seen in the stories that have preceded this is that whenever there is marked preference on the part of parents for one child over the other with with uh with with jacob it he saw it was rachel was odd jacob was rachel's favorite andy cell was um isaiah hicks favorite that didn't work out so well that put a real twist in the entire structure of the family and so there's a warning there right off the bat you might say well you can't help having a preference for one child or another but i don't know if that's true and it's certainly something that you should be very cautious about because it doesn't seem to work out very well because he was the son of his old age fair enough and he made him a coat of many colors that's a very interesting image that code of many colors that that idea and so i'm gonna delve into that idea because it sets the stage that i could says what sort of person joseph is favored is younger he's favored but he also has this particular garment that characterises him you know one one of the things i've really learn from analyzing women's dreams in particular is that women very frequently in my experience very frequently dream of clothing as roll and so if your interpreting women's dreams then if they put on the shoes of their grandma.