35 Burst results for "Jubilee"
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and Eric Discuss Trump's Effect on Roe v. Wade
"Welcome back, we're talking to rabbi Jonathan Khan, author of many books, including the harbinger, the harbinger two, son of harbinger, just kidding. No. Harbinger meets avenue Costello meet harbinger, the film is called the harbingers of things to come. It's available at Salem now, dot com, all kinds of other stuff in here. When you talk about the jubilee of abortion, which we just covered, you were relating that to the Supreme Court overturning roe V wade, and there's no question that is utterly historic. I mean, it's a monumental thing that something which was a bad law, not just because abortion is evil, but the law itself was bad. It was a high handed overreach by the judiciary to legislate something. It has no business being found in the constitution. It's just complete nonsense. But to have that actually overturned in our lifetimes, thanks to Donald Trump, who appointed three originalists to the Supreme Court. Yes. Yeah, a few things. One is, and remember we once talked about a thing called the paradigm. I think that I'm just going to say one thing about that. I won't go, yeah. What's one of your books? Yeah. Yeah. And one of the things about Donald Trump is I saw that he's following with America. He kept following this pattern of jehu jehu was the wild guide. And he comes up while the nation's falling away from God. But the one thing that one thing that jehu does, which is if he only did that, it would be enough. Is he opposes the worship of bail, which is the offering of child sacrifice. So the thing is that so jehu actually causes the temple of bail to fall. Donald Trump, as you said, he's the one who appointed the three Supreme Court Justices and by that act he caused roe versus way to fall.
"jubilee" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"So you get about as much as a candle. It's actually cheaper than a diptyque candle at $50 per disc. And it's great. And what I also like about it, so you press it to turn on, and then it kind of cycles for maybe an hour, and then turns off itself. So you don't really have to worry about it, but it makes the room smell amazing. And I was pointed to another company by a reader, a little known brand called nest New York. Which apparently for many years has had a glade plugin. So this is sort of, I guess, a look for less situation. It is called the wall diffuser. And this one looks more like a glade plugin in that it's white, like a little vent. But this one has a lot more fragrances to choose from and the diffuser set. So you get your fragrance oil plus the diffuser for 38 bucks. Apparently also is amazing. This reader who had told me about it has been using it for years, she said. And I know that they're wild mint and eucalyptus fragrance is one of their top selling that you can get it in grapefruit. You can get it in Moroccan amber, rose noir. And again, it's like perfect for a small room. You put this little vile into the plugin and you get, it says 30 uninterrupted days. So if you want to do a $125 and then $50 a pop, go to diptyque. If you want $38 and then you get two refills for $28 a pop, so much more affordable as a lifestyle. Head to nest New York dot com. I love that you have a high low. Yeah, I'm nothing if not sort of conscious of that just kidding. I think that's it for platinum jubilee. We will be back very soon, but in the meantime, you do know where to find us, which is on Instagram, and I would dispute on Twitter. But instead of I, it's in the letter I didn't have enough characters. And we're going to be figuring out how to make this a net neutral experience for us in the next few weeks. So we'll be back as soon as we can do that. And if anyone has any ideas, hit us up and I would just be dot com Nick and I would speed it dot com or podcast as always is produced.
"jubilee" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"Each week. I'm Nick axelrod welk and I'm joined by the ever lovely ever charming ever bushel eyebrow diamond creek bomb. Thank you for mentioning that because my product of the week is a brow product. Yeah, and it's interesting that you noticed my eyebrows today because I do think it has a has an effect. Oh, interesting. It's not planned readers. The power of a drugstore beauty product. But I do always like whenever I'm talking about Annie to someone else, I'm like, you know, she is the brow of boy brow. And then I was like, oh, okay, yeah. Or at least that's how they pretend like they know what I'm talking about. Happy diamond jubilee. I thought it was our platinum jubilee. Oh, sorry, platinum, too. We can make it about me. Oh God, no, it is our platinum jubilee happy platinum jubilee. Happy platinum jubilee to you, Nick. What did you get me? Well, I didn't get you anything other than love and support and gratitude. But my question is, did you watch any of the other platinum jubilee across the pond? No, I saw very little of the happenings. I saw the basically whatever the very few people I follow that care about the monarchy posted. Did you see all of the really cute videos of the youngest prints? And like him, that little rap scallion. I don't know. He's just not rich children. You don't. There's something interesting about royal watch culture. Even in America, there's some like people care. I think a lot of like, why do we care? People that we would morally align with, cared about Diana. And then when Diana died, that kind of ended their interest in the monarchy, the British monarchy. The first time I ever remember seeing my mom cry was the day that the news was playing. I think it was a Saturday. It was a night. It happened during Saturday Night Live. I remember I was watching it live. I think there was like a breaking news report. But anyway, that is not what I was missing. The opposite of what the platinum then the other people that care are so aligned and I know I'm not the first person to say this and I know everybody probably already knows this, but they're so the people that are hardcore for the British monarchy seem to be very aligned with rich trumpers in the U.S.. You know, like the Brexit crowd? There probably is well, there certainly is a nationalist Brexit side to the whole loving England thing. But I also think there is a more watered down and somewhat friendlier version of it. You know, it's like why we like Bruce Springsteen or something. You know what I mean? Or like who's the one from New Jersey? Yeah, or Jon Bon Jovi. Aren't they?.
Queen Elizabeth makes surprise appearance to close out jubilee celebrations
"The London crowd delights as Queen Elizabeth II appears on the balcony at the end of her platinum jubilee In a crowning moment for the celebrations the queen on Sunday appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony to thrilling fans who'd hoped to catch a glimpse of her during the final day of festivities marking them on 70 years on the throne the queen dressed in bright red waved and smiled as the crowd belted out God save the Queen Her appearance was only lasted a few minutes was followed by a crowd pleasing performance of ABBA's dancing Queen The
And she waved: Festive pageant caps queen's Platinum Jubilee
"The 96 year old monarch has curtailed her schedule in recent months due to problems moving around prior to Sunday the queen had only appeared in public twice during the four day holiday weekend celebrations Officials said she experienced discomfort during those events thousands mass outside by camp palace as a monarch appeared on the balcony with her son and heir Prince Charles his wife Camilla and her eldest grandson Prince William and his family the queen waved and smiled after the crowds belted out God save the Queen London
Pageant participants in queen's jubilee celebrate diverse UK
"Jubilee festivities will be capped off with a pageant outside Buckingham Palace where a celebration of Britain's diversity and the Commonwealth will be on display designer clary salandi is busy preparing a dozen giraffe and zebra heads that will be part of the diversity display at the jubilee pageant Salandi and her team have created a playful reimagining of the setting where the young princess Elizabeth learned she was queen in 1952 while on a wildlife expedition in Kenya It kind of felt that there was something lovely about the queen becoming the queen of England but not while she was in England To me that says something about what her role in the world means The designer hopes that display and the performers will spark joy in the jubilee audiences When you see it you should go wow That's amazing You should be lifting your spirit We're going to lift people out of COVID And take them forward That message will be delivered by a group of 250 artists and performers from the African Caribbean community which was particularly hit hard by the pandemic and is now being squeezed by the cost of living crisis I'm Karen Chammas
Two future kings set to honor Elizabeth at Jubilee concert
"Two future monarchs are to pay tribute to the queen at a special concert to mark Queen Elizabeth II 70 years on the throne Prince Charles and Prince William the queen's son and grandson are scheduled to address a live audience of 22,000 people and millions more watching on television The event featuring Alicia Keys and Queen plus Adam Lambert will take place in a temporary amphitheater built around the Victoria memorial outside the palace Canadian tourists Patricia gray came for the diamond jubilee ten years earlier and didn't want to miss this one either And I thought I've got to be there for the platinum jubilee It's the experience for someone like me who loves all things British and monarchy It's something not to be missed Experience of a lifetime One U.S. royal fan was surprised at how well organized the events had been so far It's so friendly and festive and really much It's better than I thought I thought it would just be chaos and it's not The 96 year old monarch isn't expected to attend the evening outdoor concert because of what the palace are calling episodic mobility issues Karen Chammas London
Queen Elizabeth II skips Platinum Jubilee church service
"Thousands of well wishers crowded outside St Paul's Cathedral in the hope of catching a glimpse of the royal family as they attended a special service to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee One royal watcher Jennifer James tells the AP just to be here is all that matters for us The queen's part of our lives and the whole thing is just wonderful Another Joan assignments says she's at a unique event I think it's great just to be part of the crowd to be part of history I mean this will never ever happen again and never has happened so it was great to have to be up here to soak in the atmosphere to everybody dressed up and everybody happy A lovely occasion Charles De Ledesma
Prince Harry and Meghan make first public appearance of Platinum Jubilee
"Britain's platinum jubilee enters its second day with a Thanksgiving church service at St Paul's Cathedral in London but the queen has not been able to attend After a lifetime of good health age has begun to catch up with Queen Elizabeth II Buckingham Palace announced late on Thursday that the queen would not attend the Thanksgiving church service after experiencing some discomfort at events on Thursday the palace said with great reluctance the monarch will have to skip the service at St Paul's Cathedral The queen has had trouble moving around
"jubilee" Discussed on The Gargle
"The discourse and I okay, let me just get into it. So let's have a look. Tom Cruise plays a superhuman genius who is amazing at everything and doesn't play by the rules. His name is maverick, and everyone keeps saying lines like, I can't believe you're not playing by the rules. Maverick. It also sells Miles Teller, which I like to think of is as an old timey name for a map. But basically, there are some fighter pilots who have to sort of do a Star Wars type mission to destroy some enriched uranium because the U.S. Military does like anything being richer than they are. And what you need to do to enrich uranium is blow it up. Yes. That's what I sensible thing today. So the mission is described as impossible, so obviously Tom Cruise is involved and obviously, you know, for me, the real Mission Impossible is the fact that he is now nearly 60 and has better abs that I could ever dream of. I won't give away the ending, but I would say that the ending did make me stand up in the cinema salutes sing The Star-Spangled Banner and join Scientology. It's a brilliant film, 50 stars out of 13 stripes, God bless America, and an encourage you all to take a stress test later. I did a special, which is on Amazon Prime. And I make a joke about Tom Cruise and the lawyers came back to me after I had filmed this special saying, are you sure you want to make this joke about Tom Cruise? Because he's very litigious. And the joke is just that he runs around a corner really well. He's very good at running around a corner. Yeah. Because he does it at a more acute angle than other action heroes because he has a lower center of gravity. So these lawyers said, are you sure you want to make this joke because Tom Cruise is very legitimate? And I said, truth is a defense against the accusation of libel. I was a lawyer too motherfuckers. I'm doing the joke. You can see that joke on Amazon Prime. The life of being a slightly taller than a slightly shorter than average man, something which is visible throughout all of the dumb maverick. Okay, fair enough. I love him. I won't be able to watch him now without thinking about that. That angle he goes around. He's a very elegant runaround corners almost an almost every movie he's ever in, there will be a scene of him running because he runs very compactly. He's a good runner. It's one of his skills as an actor. As an actor, he's a very good pilot. So Gene Kelly, the reason he was such a good dancer is because there's a low center of gravity. So they look really compact. Petite treat. Pivot Evans, what have you brought in to feel like there's only appropriate really to review the official jubilee pudding, which was created by Gemma Melvin, as we all know. Many people have 5000 people, I believe, applied to create the jubilee tradition new pudding. Why was this not a season of bake off? This is not a very special actually had a one off program on channel four. Thank you very much. Thank you. It was involved. And people might not know listeners, of course, we have coronation chicken, which is chicken with mayonnaise with some curry powder in it. And raisins, guys. And also the Victoria sponge, of course, was named after a queen, Victoria. That's the one..
"jubilee" Discussed on The Gargle
"He looked thrilled. I can see everyone she looks absolutely thrilled. I'm wondering, I'm wondering whether we will take hands together and leap trustful style into the body of this week's magazine, but first we'll have a look at the front cover. This week the front cover is the queen posing with her platinum Julies out at a very saucy angle. The satirical cartoon this week is a classroom of children doing an active shooter drill while the ghost of George Washington stands to one side looking confused and the ghost of a man in a cowboy hat says it's what you would have wanted. That is our top story for this week. Let's start with the jubilee celebrations, your favorite jubilee celebrations if you have any, my favorite is that the queen has a pub. She's opening a pub in Norfolk at her sandringham estate. It's a gastro pub, of course, because you don't want anything shoddy for the queen. It's going to be exciting. You can go and have a drink. I guess adjacent to the queen. I don't think she promises to sort of come in pub landlord style and sling drinks around, but if you want to be somewhere that's owned by the queen, apart from everywhere else in the country, isn't it currently up for it's not actually a pub yet. I don't want your listeners all like Zoom in off to Norfolk because it's up for rent. So actually what we have here is the potential to be the owner of the queen's pub, but it is currently a working men's flat top club, isn't it? With replete with corner, sofas and all mod cons, including for my tables. So if it was up to me, I probably wouldn't do any adjustments, actually. I would keep it as is. And get a recording of the Queen saying, get out of one's pub. But jubilee fun. Not to be too political, but obviously now, thanks to Brexit, we've got crowns on our pint glasses again. And I hope that this the queen's pub will have literal crowns as well on the pike glasses. As it should be. I mean, yes, it's difficult to steer out of politics in these jubilee settle vibrations, but it's not political to love the queen. Is it? Yes, yes. It's a choice. It's as the young people say it's a choice. I enjoy the jubilee celebrations because they all seem so elaborate and pointless..
Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee kicks off with pomp
"Thousands of spectators have enjoyed jubilee festivities in the sunshine as Britain's Queen Elizabeth II marked 70 years on the throne People wrapped head to toe in union Jack flags walked alongside parents holding their children's hands who were hopeful to see the queen sitting by Big Ben one spectator Carol Cooper dressed in a straw hat covered with pictures of the monarch told the AP she was surprised at how many people turned up Everywhere is very very busy very very packed This is the nearest we can get Mother of two kirstie trinette wanted to share the day with her kids 'cause it's once in a lifetime kind of moment On the Westminster bridge sandwiched between the London Eye and houses of parliament many clapped in pleasure at the impressive airshow on display NHS worker Graham Murphy brought his family to watch the fly pass from the riverbank Because of the end of lockdown it's nice to celebrate something and to get out and enjoy life And have a good time Karen Chammas London
Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee brings military parade
"Four days of celebrations honoring Queen Elizabeth II's 70 years on the throne get underway The platinum jubilee has begun with trooping the color an annual military review that's marked the sovereign's official birthday since 1760 The queen's expected to join the working members of her family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the end of the event when 70 aircraft are set to raw overhead Throughout the weekend neighborhood organizations and individuals are expected to hold thousands of street parties repeating a tradition that began with the queen's coronation in 1953 Charles De Ledesma
What Is a Jubilee? Recalling Queen Elizabeth’s Earlier Celebrations
"Britons celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's 70 years on the throne with four days of festivities The 96 year old monarch's platinum jubilee kicks off with a full staging of trooping the color the parade of more than 1400 soldiers that mark the queen's official birthday on Friday a Thanksgiving service will be held at St Paul's Cathedral to mark her 70 years on the throne There will also be a live concert built as the platinum party at the palace and the celebrations will end on Sunday with a pageant led by the gold state coach Charles De Ledesma
Not everyone is cheering the queen’s milestone. Some would rather abolish the monarchy.
"Fans of the British monarchy have started to gather in London as Britain marks Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee with four days of festivities Dana Werner who comes from Connecticut is a lifelong fan of the British royal family And we don't have anything like this I mean with the castles and the carriages and the you know just everything that embodies the monarchy And I just love it I just love the history of it I love following it Like Werner already seated on horse scars parade for the trooping the color Mary Jane willows from England's most westerly county Cornwall hopes the queen will stay on the throne for some time to come When she took The Crown she said she would take The Crown for her life She would be loyal to the people
Long in queen's shadow, Charles takes greater public role
"It's good to be queen No one knows that better than Queen Elizabeth II who's showing no signs of stepping aside after 70 years on the British throne but the aging suffering is giving Prince Charles an increasingly prominent role delegating more responsibilities to her eldest son and heir That became obvious last month when Charles who is 73 accompanied by his wife Camilla presided over the state opening of parliament one of the monarch's most important duties the subtle transition illustrates the changes confronting the royal family as the 96 year old queen remains on the throne but Charles becomes the ever more public face of the monarchy as Britain celebrates the queen's platinum jubilee this week the royals are working to cement the position of a sometimes misunderstood heir and demonstrate that the House of Windsor will live on Charles De Ledesma London
Andrew, Harry and Meghan won't appear on Jubilee balcony
"The the the the question question question question of of of of whether whether whether whether Britain's Britain's Britain's Britain's prince prince prince prince Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew in in in in prince prince prince prince Harry Harry Harry Harry and and and and Meghan Meghan Meghan Meghan the the the the Duchess Duchess Duchess Duchess of of of of Sussex Sussex Sussex Sussex will will will will be be be be present present present present on on on on the the the the queen's queen's queen's queen's balcony balcony balcony balcony for for for for jubilee jubilee jubilee jubilee celebrations celebrations celebrations celebrations has has has has finally finally finally finally been been been been answered answered answered answered Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Palace Palace Palace Palace has has has has announced announced announced announced that that that that the the the the three three three three boils boils boils boils in in in in question question question question will will will will not not not not be be be be on on on on the the the the palace palace palace palace balcony balcony balcony balcony when when when when the the the the moment moment moment moment greets greets greets greets the the the the public public public public on on on on June June June June the the the the second second second second the the the the queen queen queen queen settled settled settled settled the the the the matter matter matter matter this this this this time time time time round round round round by by by by decreeing decreeing decreeing decreeing that that that that any any any any watching watching watching watching members members members members of of of of the the the the royal royal royal royal family family family family will will will will be be be be present present present present on on on on the the the the balcony balcony balcony balcony the the the the decision decision decision decision comes comes comes comes after after after after prince prince prince prince Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew was was was was embroiled embroiled embroiled embroiled in in in in a a a a sex sex sex sex scandal scandal scandal scandal and and and and after after after after prince prince prince prince Harry Harry Harry Harry and and and and Meghan Meghan Meghan Meghan decided decided decided decided to to to to abandon abandon abandon abandon royal royal royal royal public public public public duties duties duties duties leading leading leading leading tensions tensions tensions tensions high high high high between between between between them them them them and and and and the the the the rest rest rest rest of of of of the the the the royal royal royal royal family family family family the the the the balcony balcony balcony balcony appearances appearances appearances appearances the the the the traditional traditional traditional traditional centerpiece centerpiece centerpiece centerpiece moments moments moments moments of of of of all all all all will will will will public public public public celebrations celebrations celebrations celebrations where where where where a a a a large large large large group group group group of of of of wheels wheels wheels wheels can can can can be be be be seen seen seen seen waving waving waving waving and and and and smiling smiling smiling smiling as as as as millions millions millions millions watch watch watch watch from from from from around around around around the the the the world world world world Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas London London London London
Caller: Paying off Others' College Debt Is Biblical
"Now Doug and Columbus, Ohio, is a fan of the idea. Let's get dug into the mix here in the relief factor dot com studios. Hello, Doug. Hey, Mike. Yeah, I don't think it goes far enough. How far should it go? Maybe the government should pay you to go to college. No, I don't believe that, but you know, do you believe they're biblical, Mike? I mean, I would love to see a take all of Bill Gates money and Abigail, Disney's money and these big corporations and stuff and divide it all out. Just give it away. Just give it away. And you think that's good. Do you believe in the Bible? So you're being sarcastic, right? You're not. I believe someone like chuck bold one would break up all the debt, all the wealth at the top, way more than some Bernie Sanders. I don't believe in him, but this jubilee stuff is biblical. I mean, do you believe in the Bible or not, Mike? Are you a troll with other radio shows or just mine? I'm not a troll. Of course you are. Do you believe in biblical jubilee or not? How many times do you think you're going to say that? And how many times do you think you're going to get your question? I'm dodging. I'm being evasive, go away. This is troll day. This is weird day.
"jubilee" Discussed on Music Swap
"Back everyone. If you missed last week, we reviewed what did we review? We reviewed mask dancers by the brave little abacus and it means everything by say faris. That's right. And a shout out to Adam deversion of brave little abacus. He responded to our story and started following us on Instagram, which you should do at music swap pod. Correct, I post all of the covers there, and I'm kind of proud of them, so. Yeah. Look at those. You also get to see what an old guy like me is listening to on vinyl because I like to post that every now and then. We also got a cool like from the real Daryl hall of hall and Oates. Yeah, on our story. That was weird. It is really random. I can't really picture him sitting there and liking it. But I'm gonna pretend that it really was him and not someone working for him because I just think that's cool that he would see our story pop up and like it. Yes. So on tap for today, we have modest mouse, the moon and Antarctica. And what did you bring, Jack? Jubilee by Japanese breakfast. Yeah. What else we got going on this week? I guess that's it. We have a song. Oh, we do have a song, yes. I did it. I should remember that. It was a song that you picked and it is called. I love the valley. Oh, bye. Shoe shoe. Yes. All right, I guess we will jump into album.
Rep. Mike Johnson on the Left's Congressional Security Narrative
"I never once feared my democratic colleagues. I never once feared one of my Republican colleagues. What gave Pelosi and because I think you said it right. It sets a tone for a workplace because really those magnetometers, what it's saying to the world is virtue signaling. Oh, well, we're going to make sure that we don't have guns or anything. But yet show me a time, except when Nancy Pelosi chased down our former colleague Tom Marino chased him down the aisle because he was mad. She was mad at what he said that we ever had anything like that. This is not the 1860s when you're Kang bacon everybody up there. Yeah, that's right. Look, we have some very vocal Second Amendment advocates of fierce defenders of our Second Amendment rights. I'm one of them, right? We have people who believe in self defense and all of that. And so Pelosi takes that advocacy. She marries it with their narrative about January 6th, which they will never ever let go is so long as they're able. And it is about optics, as you said, they're trying to project. This is part of the narrative. You know, the reason we had fences around the perimeter of the capitol for 6 months into the year last year, the reason that we have all these protocols and that part of our constitutional function here as dually elected representatives of the people is that the people are able to have easy access to the people's house to the members that represent them so they can have their grievances addressed, right? As our tradition allows. But none of that's happening right now, because constituents and the people are not able to access the people's house to the facility here. All of it is to project this narrative to continue the narrative to project that these optics that somehow are democracy in peril. You hear that over our democracies in peril. All of this is completely fabricated by Pelosi and team, and they'll continue to do that, I think until they lose the gavel and lose their control of the House. Now when we take it back, we avowed already. We are going back to the good old days of regular order real process. We're getting rid of the magnetometers. We're opening the people's house for the people again. It'll be like a jubilee or it'll be glorious,
Queen marks 70th anniversary with support for Camilla
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Prophet Amanda Grace: This Is the Jewish Year to Be 'Reawaked'
"Okay manda you said you're seeing a lot of amazing stuff. I happen to know. You've got this word august thirty first. You gave it on your you dance channel in that word. You say that. God gave me the number seven in front of this statement and you didn't know what it meant and i didn't know what it meant when i heard you say but then yesterday you had on a friend who has messianic juliana. Yes he can you give out his last name or just jona it. I don't know if he wants me to give out this last thing okay. Let's just say withering ten or smith okay so but he explained to you that number seven means the schmidt the year is that right yes seven s to the sh- meet two year. It's the sabbatical year detrick. Happened to be forgiven in that year. To of the land rests that year. So it's very important. Seven schmidt meters equal a jubilee correct. Okay so the fact. This is a schmidt two year. This is what the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven right I think i'm correct on that. Of course you're correct on that and you're going to be on the mall in dc. It's going to be a day of prayer prayer when this is not a political rally. All about prayer to eliminated on september eleventh. But i wanna ask you. You said five. Seven eight two. That's the jewish year fifty seven eighty two. It starts tomorrow which starts tomorrow. Yes well actually starts yesterday. 'cause today's we're airing this wednesday. Okay yes so. It starts on the seventh of september. Yes and today will be the eighth okay. So you're telling me that that year has a meaning. How does a year have meaning. I don't get that you said is roused reawakened. I don't get that. yes so. Interestingly enough Every year of the jewish calendar has a meaning attached to it okay so interestingly enough 2016 okay. The year president trump one was the year in the jewish calendar of what that literally what it was the year watch like. Oh my gosh you know if that was literally what it was real. Yes you're of what you know kind of like you know baffling so this year happens to be the year to be roused or reawakened of all years on the jewish calendar could hit the year to be roused a reawakened. It is this year.
"jubilee" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast
"Welcome to the digital podcast. Thanks thanks for having established to be here jason. What start with you. And before we get into the history of jubilee media kind of want to talk about. What do you believe. Media is because jubilee media is a digital media company. But you don't play in a traditional contact category or genre. It's not sports media. That's not comedy. It's not food you. I've heard you described jubilee media wanting to be the disney of empathy the again not hey traditional content category. So can you talk about like what. The content is the videos primarily that jubilee puts out and how like why. This is the niche. That you've established yourself absolutely you know. I think a lot of ways as the world gets more divided more cynical jubilee exists bridge people together and provoke empathy. We want to be about human understanding and to really show particularly young people. Would it means to just understand ourselves understand each other understand relationships much better and we've built our company and our shows around that not didactic way or even a pollyanna way but in a way. That's provocative and interesting and really provokes you to think about who you are and the fact that we have often a lot more in common than than we might think so. You're right that a lot of people have trouble opening us into a particular category or box and we see that as a tremendous white space that we want to kind of owning grow into and one of those terms work. I feel like people could have a hard time. Put it in a finger on the pulse of especially when they're trying to think of what empathetic content or programming is like maybe they think of ted lhasa. Because ted lhasa these days but with jubilee media i feel like middle. Ground is probably incorrect from wrong. A good representation of the type of programming that y'all put so can you kind of give me the well one. If you agree that middle ground is like a good example for folks and then kind of what that show is and how. The idea for the show came about absolutely. You're right ten. That empathy is a word. That's being used more and more often these days and i would. I would argue using incorrectly actually at times for us empathy demonstrates requires a diversity of opinion and requires listening and understanding one another but it does not imply agreement. And if you look at the landscape right now. I would argue that. There's very few examples of empathy that we see in fact a lot of media companies are profiting and growing on a lack of entity. I'm kind of this whether it's politics or just yelling at each other actual listening or understanding so that's a huge space that we see and middle ground is a good embodiment of what we believe about. Middle ground show that brings to opposing sides together as not necessarily to have a debate..
"jubilee" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"I know of media. Companies specialize in sports or food. Or you know the news comedy and then like everyone in sort of a miscellaneous category just buckets themselves. And it's you know lifestyle. Publishers or lifestyle media companies but they've staked a claim as empathy being their content category. Which was really interesting. And i think jason and mike actually did a pretty good job of explaining like what exactly that means in highlighting. Some examples of the program in jubilee has put out around the in the gist. Is they're just trying to create videos. They're they're getting into feature films and tv create programming that kind of highlights the commonalities between people as well as shared viewpoints and just different perspectives. As well as not all strictly commonalities our similarities. But just giving people a better sense of others so that they can connect to others even if they don't necessarily share their viewpoints or experiences. Which after the past year and a half for the past four and a half years in the us it feels like there cannot be enough -nough empathy. Yeah and i think is like ties into to your point at a big theme around you know publishers looking to do more in the dna space in reevaluating their Internal makeup. obviously if you're a company that's focused on empathy. It might make sense to have a staff that represents a lot of people so that it can produce videos about viewpoints that are shared with with others against that he talk at all about their strategy and deny and diversity as a staff. Yes we do. Get into that and it was really interesting because jason is in asia and so i guess i kind of went into the conversation expecting that okay with a diversity. with the ceo is a person of color. This is probably going company. That's also a diverse. But even then i was surprised when he broke down that a majority of the company's employees of jubilees employees are people of color and that there is gender parody..
"jubilee" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast
"I know of media. Companies specialize in sports or food. Or you know the news comedy and then like everyone in sort of a miscellaneous category just buckets themselves. And it's you know lifestyle. Publishers or lifestyle media companies but they've staked a claim as empathy being their content category. Which was really interesting. And i think jason and mike actually did a pretty good job of explaining like what exactly that means in highlighting. Some examples of the program in jubilee has put out around the in the gist. Is they're just trying to create videos. They're they're getting into feature films and tv create programming that kind of highlights the commonalities between people as well as shared viewpoints and just different perspectives. As well as not all strictly commonalities our similarities. But just giving people a better sense of others so that they can connect to others even if they don't necessarily share their viewpoints or experiences. Which after the past year and a half for the past four and a half years in the us. It feels like there cannot be enough -nough empathy and i think is like ties into to your point at a big theme around. You know publishers looking to do more in the dna space in reevaluating their Internal makeup Obviously if you're a company that's focused on empathy. It might make sense to have a staff that represents a lot of people so that it can produce videos about viewpoints that are shared with with others against that. He talk at all about their strategy and deny and diversity as a staff. Yes we do. Get into that and it was really interesting because jason is in asia and so i guess i kind of went into the conversation expecting that okay with a diversity. with the ceo is a person of color. This is probably going company. That's also a diverse. But even then i was surprised when he broke down that a majority of the company's employees of jubilees employees are people of color and that there is gender parody..
How Playing an Instrument Benefits Your Brain
"Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments. There are fireworks going off all over their brain on the outside. They may look calm and focused reading the music and making the precise and practice movement's required but inside their brains. There's a party going on. How do we know this well in the last few decades neuro scientists have made enormous breakthroughs in understanding how our brains work by monitoring them in real time with instruments like fm r. I n. p. e. t. skinner's when people are hooked up to these machines tasks such as reading or doing math problems each have corresponding areas of the brain where activity can be observed but when researchers got the participants to listen to music they saw fireworks multiple areas of their brains for lighting up at once as they process. The sound took it apart to understand elements like melody and rhythm and then put it all back together into unified musical experience and our brains. Do all this work in the split-second between when we i hear the music and when our foot starts to tap along but when scientists turned from observing the brains of music listeners to those of musicians the little backyard fireworks became jubilee. It turns out that while listening to music engages the brain in some pretty interesting activities. Playing music is the brain's equivalent of a full body workout. The neuroscientists on multiple areas of the brain light up simultaneously processing different information in intricate interrelated. An astonishingly fast sequences. But what is it about. Making music that sets the brain alight. The research is still fairly new but neuroscientists have a pretty good idea. Playing a musical instrument engages practically every area of the brain at once especially the visual auditory and motor courtesies and as with any other workout disciplined structured. Practice in playing music strengthens those brain functions allowing us to apply that strength to other
"jubilee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"She has participated in all of that. She knew she sent his and she made those jokes at the time. She disassociated herself from her own shit to be like i. I'm clean but this. But i didn't read about someone's going to fucking go. And we are dug in on them and everyone got her back and they read between her and then she stars fucking up she i remember. She made a joke about of engineer. Wallace yes obvious joke. The onion made a similar. Joe i i think maybe the only time i've ever seen the onion apologize for joe only time but i don't think she apologized for that like she was all like. Y'all know me. i'm a good person. I can dance. Just what the people beyond nobody thinks they're capable of both sides of this. You know they don't everybody rights when it comes to your narrative you always good person people. That did apologize. Okay my bad and people that actually are two storytellers. Tell about the fuck shit. And that's depar- nobody wants to say in their own lives like a lot of people. Listen to the sound of my voice was in the kill yourself as they was in the colleen gave derogatory names. Like i'm keeping it real world. Yeah no problem and they were in the you know it's okay for women to be raped. You know. a lot of us will raise in that. you know. Cross your legs and fast as girls. When i was raised up in that. But guess what. We didn't have social media to post their bullshit. We didn't have it. It wasn't there and so you know is one of those things to wear in his not excusing behavior. Any of that stuff but is just open up your eyes and realize that nobody is above it and nobody is is is to the point that you have never fucked your life never number again. Her biggest crimes care right. He gave a fuck and like i said i listened to her Like like not listening to..
"jubilee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I'm here for the jokes too you know. So i'm i'm not above it but it's funny though how people can say that's fine but then once you kinda go up the ranks and you kit whatever that plateau is and the people turn against you and now you become their target and then when you become that target and you get the same amount of compassion that you were given out people last august shit is fucked up. It was backed up dan. But when it's targeted at you. The perspective changes. Yeah what i'm talking about And without someone brought up you know. I would never tell somebody to kill themselves by la first of all. I don't believe you because there was a point in time with kill yourself was literally like saying go fuck yourself and people were saying that she had in in common is in your movies and tv. Shows is in your jokes. It wasn't disbelief. We have so many serious mental health issues and everyone needs therapy dash. It is new like like i. People literally forget themselves. It was okay to say it was like no. We never were like this. And it's like no we're making it hurt pay for us. We do this all the time. It was like you are the person we're sacrificing for this shit that we thought was okay. Is everyone going free brittany. Who made jokes about her. Cutting her hair and gold remember that he's crazy bananas but now everybody's like that was wrong. You know when she cheated on justin timberlake and air is i. Ed bitch cheated on justin timberlake. He's such a good guy. Like people are fucking lying. You know what i'm saying like this wasn't a cultural issue. It was crazy deep games..
"jubilee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I only care about winning. I care about being philosophically right. We said right days but we lost if you don't win. I don't give really walk. What you period. There's nothing we can do about it. You know what mean like. I get it the end of the day. We can only role. What's gonna get us to. W you know what i'm saying. Having to be proven wrong. Love when i must prove me wrong honestly but too many times. We like. we can't win with this message. Well directing to say well that in a fourteen was taken to get you a route across throw but then i then agen of it so anyway to see that. She had a blank slate right because she went to this place to run because she literally thought. Hey i can run here in is open and there's no strong competition to see. She's in a dogfight in adults. Fight was she chose to run with is the message of. I support biden. I was centrist. I work with democrats. I compromise if you elect me you'll be sending someone a congress who will work with the established democrats. Fuck you what you were saying. So then like i say. Go back in time Everything you said before bullshit. That's all a you you need to win. I get it. Don't don't let your pride keep you from winning. Maybe you still win this seat because you did lie enough people believed you but what are you talking about..
"jubilee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"People look at you like you. Motherfucking crazy. But i was like. You're not a democrat like this real. You're not so now you won't my vote a you're going to have to work for you. Just can't come out and things single else song like maybe. Please go okay. No it So yeah it's been interesting Because the thing that made me think about and i think this is super important to point out not petty off. Just think it's very relevant is so funny how these motherfucking leftist like like super extreme left. No the squad type of liberals. Who like i said. I'm not against them more down. They i believe in a lot of things. I believe in but it was funny. How the way they talk on twitter and the way they talk grimy people's podcast and all this shit dave they basically said our issues are winning issues all over america. This is what they said. When when jamie lawson south carolina there was never a like could have been the way he ran they would go no. He wasn't liberal enough right number whenever someone complained one of these democrats who did not live in new york city who did not live in a liberal bashing where was shoeing because a democrat was winning no matter what those people would say..
"jubilee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"We just like probably not 'cause it's probably however anything to be the worst like everything can't be the cape so is probably not the worst but you didn't like it and that's okay you know. Yeah and that's you know that's fine but the thing is you're actually going through the process so in a lot of people at first when people i get we'll watch again monitoring people just to see you know how people were going to respond like you say people reading this stuff this dictated. How and if they got their shots right so let's talk about some other news Oh man largest fire grows forced evacuation of wow allows station portland oregon. The nation's largest wildfire torch war dry forest the oregon and forced the evacuation of a wildlife research station. Monday as firefighters had to retreat from the flames for the night consecutive day due to erotic engage erratic erotic. Damn no flames sexy. Well low you know when tweets burn. They do release they. Seize the ground pyromaniac dangerous. Fire a fire baby. The firefighters workforce to four back as flames pushed by winds and fuel by bone-dry conditions. Jumped fire retardant containment a lines and pushed up to four thousand two new territory so much jeremy's having flood right. The heat wave in the pacific. Northwest fucking hurricanes. I it's all green new deal my ass it's late it's too late for that. Just take the money and hop on the billionaires planes to foot space. What the fuck like still think that this should happen to and we still got half our country being like. I need a little evidence why i don't think there's global warming thing is real need a little more evidence. In every year talk about the watergate warmer and every season the hurricanes get a little bit faster because the water's warmer. You know they keep talking about a fire. Season fire season keeps on earlier and earlier and shit but that has nothing to do with go woman. Okay the sea. Life is boiling in parts of the ocean. Because there's never been that fucking hot there before he steals when people are here like i know nine out of ten scientists. Say i'm go find a one. I know ninety nine scientists in a row say climate change is real. I'm gonna go find but what about this one over here you know..
"jubilee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"And then also they. They went to two sessions that they like fix or something right. They should get a cookie. And i'm like dude. I'm not trying to anyway. i seen some. I promise this is the last thing i'll see. Somebody tweet out there. And they was tweeting. Light about shit. That happened on twitter life. I just told my therapist that i was so upset that such and such happened. Now's like does that's just something you tell a friend about twitter like what are you wasting your real posted right now. I'm glad that people are talking about it and maybe that'll help more people go see it but the reality of it is most people. Don't have time or money to go to go into therapy so this way. Everybody's in therapy is kind of messed thing to and it's become like this like bourgeois things to say like therapy. I'm already annoyed my hotel him. I take what happened to the shame of having to be in therapy telemarketer every other day. That riyadh is dating ace out rocky and i was very. I'll let waste plan on. How deal our our. That's don't want go to use. Prollo what i'm trying to be looking at them like alvis like somebody got told. No that was like when i ask the appointment was crying and they got. No 'cause you need to go and talk about it's been development in right now. Oh man what now. It's always great to catch what you know. We love here. Sorry for the technical difficult. We'll make it work for you. Yeah who everybody birthday twin makes. Y'all go out and see her Dc improv put. The lincoln to show knows. I put the lincoln check so make sure you go out there and check out girl out and also come into philly off saturday right on sunday sunday on sunday. Helium helium really on sunday. One night only one night. Only like i said don't miss her because once again she's fucking fine arjun. We'll talk to you later. Doing like the stabbing motion in my forehead. When i had that. Wasn't elaine noli de well. I'll make sure iago out great. Is these amazing. She's hilarious and all that great stuff so thank you. Thank you thank you. Karen always good to catch up with you now And technical difficulties or whatever. We still made that work because we is professional listed. It was somebody out there doing this shit better than us. Okay if you wanna chat you saw it and if you wanna go back and look at the crowd cast later you can see all the difficulties that shit. We work through theriault. See it if you just want to. You like what our thing was bought him. The interview boss changed a little bit but other than the great views. Wow they are so good room. Beginning music break musical breaks and shit. That's what i like home in india. So all right. Let's get into the news. There's still plenty of news is happening around around. Tony news happening in most of us. Around corona virus god crypto. Come out of the race. Can't gather noble party. No betas over wherever masking so god knows not like radin. Karen thank you gotta keep. Education is fucking mentioned. We've basically we all we can just got. Cohen shit ain't joke when he got the plus a thinking but branding is frightening is how basic not educating ninety. Krieger ninety leave. Khurana buyers news talk about it stark health department..
"jubilee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Michael blackson michael black. They're talking. She had employ to me. You know what yeah go see him. He's definitely. I can't get my computer to work watching anybody so we got like twenty more minutes before we you know. We'll we'll probably do some segments or something that finished the interview by generic so also open. Why getting back on your on your home. You are here like 'cause i feel like you was going through and we talked to you last year. It was like what is what is happening. What is life what is life. What is i mean that. And you know that's my ordinary state of being so concerned that shit up to twenty but yes I went home and saw my family. I mean you know. i'm from a beautiful place. Which is the virgin islands. So people are always like. Oh my god when you when your family lives the place vacation and it's not really a cases You gotta go grandma house. Sit down saying. I know waking newsmen. You got a whole baby. You gotta all the cousins. Remember when our remember. Nobody but you gotta pretend like you do so. It was one of those trips. But i'm so glad i did it. 'cause i hadn't yeah. I had left the house in fucking year. So like when you go. You don't do like the resort thing or anything you just basically go. I guess i'm going down my friends. Grab or whatever all right. This is gonna make people not want to come to my show. But i actually bought a house and say it again round from which is what i've always wanted to do. And so that's why. I stayed and whenever people pretty soon people say Say donell on airbnb. I love. I love you had one caption you. You took a picture with your sister and your sister used to produce you endanger girl. Podcast iraq. i learn how you could the kasuali w asking me. What a podcast. i'm the worth. Why do people even you know. And then i come out and becky see me. i'm like i'm like the What's the what's it called like When parents do that This associated nerdy right now. But it's like love me but now china feel relationship. I have with my fans funny enough to get away with it. No you are because you could take two years off in the podcast pop-up air. Hey i'm back. And i plan to but i just i just never do stuff except one on the road. This fall that. I don't want to do so if i'm feeling it. I don't wanna do it all half fast. You know what i mean. then it became It became a thing. First of all Fucked up about time myself to a theme which was watching erotic thrillers good. I don't know if you've heard was a lot of it was a lot of like Like she was the list. Because i was a guest list. And it's like say twenty movies like we'll pick one. And i'm just looking like not just one because i mean that's what made it funny in that. They're so bad but the have to watch that shit. Every week was like blowing me so and then also anyway whatever. There's jobs i'm like. Oh i got to watch your movie. Every point is i want to in my in. My sister kept me on on on tasked with doing it like she was doing the grunt work and if she got an excellent job..
"jubilee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Price on ads. Get their premium money. If they listen we told people when we did our first while shows like you'll come out that this one is special. What happened if we you like. You know what i'm saying. We blow up now. It's like a man. I want to let you all in but the agency. He's gotta be this much like now. I can't come down support me. Wow need now. I'm is really. I really hated you. Know before. Quarantine for god about promoting things that people don't know how like eighty percent of his life promoting you know your year were in many club. Owners have told me so. There's this whole thing going on in comedy right now where female comics as saying. Hey line and you can look at the lineups where there's like showcases in. It'll be no women on it at all his even it was bad before the pandemic worse. Now because i feel like Club club owners the saying. Hey we lost all this money during the pandemic less bookstore things right now might not even be known as now but it's just a thing that people ball willing to take a chance on a male comedian than they are to come out is the woman whether she's been established or not. So this is going on is just bringing up all those things that i ever gotten beforehand in that i've been plenty of of you know fifteen years now. Everybody knows but it's still like such a struggle to get people to come out and actually pay money to see me. Even though i've been entertaining people talk a man for years. I it's just not listen. I like the feel like a college that we have. You know what i'm saying. You started mainly talking like we was like man. Tell them how you feel. Granted back to this and doing thirty years is just..
"jubilee" Discussed on The big d zone
"For the may yes today. I am going to join jubilee church Parliament they put me Like between eight ten to eight eighteen so they put me in the later. Which is good. But i still had to wind up waking up so so early and i don't have to be there till nine fifty now had to be there for an hour and i and i scheduled for ten o'clock. Oh man as is going to be something and in. I can't get back until eleven. Forty five or the bus. Yup the love for the firefighters say. So that's right into the usual service that is normally would be in. I normally would go to Lover thirty service normal. And i don't usually gone cold but this the with the new member recognition service. I was like well. You know. only do this once when you go to join the when he go to join the terrorist so might as well and then the rest of the cold because all watch online and I think i know the church have wifi just whole dead. They don't have While i have to put it in the past for so Our put what i pan. I got that. I would put what i can. I emptied out..