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Boldness to Proclaim the Word (Amos 7:12-13)

Pray the Word with David Platt

06:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Boldness to Proclaim the Word (Amos 7:12-13)

"Chapter seven versus twelve and thirteen. An amazon said to amos. Ozier go flee away to the land of judah and eat bread dare and prophesy there but never again prophesied bethel for it is the kings sanctuary and it is a temple of the kingdom so basically what this is in the book of amos is a threat against amos an accusation against him in light of what he was prophesying. So here was amos saying things that the priest amazonia and the king in israel did not like and the whole picture before this. We're not able to bear your words what you're saying so go away from this land. I don't speak here. There's all kinds of different applications. We might consider as we see this picture of the prophet of god being rejected by the people of god. But i was reading. This verse is to versus just thought about the brothers and sisters. We have around the world right now. Who are speaking. The word of god and are experiencing major persecution for it for our brothers and sisters and north korea in somalia and yemen and saudi arabia in so many different places in the world in iran church is experiencing all kinds of persecution and threats and the bible calls us commands us to pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters and to go to them to serve them and care for them to serve them as our own family. So i wanna lead us to pray specifically for the persecuted church allied of this picture of amos experiencing persecution in chapter seven verses twelve and thirteen. So oh god our father in heaven we pray right now on behalf of our brothers and sisters your sons and daughters who are in labor camps in north korea because they are followers of you are experiencing on imaginable suffering and pain. Because they're following you. God we pray for our brothers and sisters in malaya who who know an any moment friend or family member could kill them for their faith in you. Gotta we pray for brothers and sisters in iran really throughout the middle east in different places where they're facing various forms of persecution. Can i think about brothers and sisters in india that i know all over different parts of asia who mentioned specific names now but but people brothers sisters in our family who are right now experiencing threats against them who are being told to leave or to lose their land if they don't or to lose their job or to lose their life to be imprisoned or to be killed for trusting you for proclaiming your word. God we pray Acts chapter four. That you would give them boldness to proclaim your word. God please give them baldness to proclaim your word. Even in the midst of persecution would cause the gospel to spread through them. We pray just as you gave amos boldness to proclaiming your word. god reprieve. you'd give them boldness to continue proclaiming. Your word got even as a pray that god. I'm so thankful that. I can proclaim your word today and i'm not going to be thrown into prison for it and i don't. I don't even know how long that lasts in the country. I live in. But god. I pray that as long as i have this freedoms as we any of us listening. Have that freedom god. We would be bold proclaiming. Your word was reprinted for boldness for them. Go repair give us boldness that that which they're giving their lives for losing their lives for we would not neglect when we don't we don't lose our life for it. Hung god help them help us together to be bold proclamation of your word no matter what that means for our lives certainly our reputation or matter what that means for anything. God help us to be faithful to proclaim your word. We pray for your strength for your help for your mercy for your provision for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world for their families as mom or dad is in prison as a child is in prison now. Do we pray that he would strengthen their faith. You hold them with your righteous right hand and you would cause your gospel to spread in prisons and labor camps and all these places in the world where there's so much persecution against followers of jesus our brothers and sisters your sons daughters we pray for them in. Jesus name

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A Look at Jennie Livingston's 1990 documentary Paris is Burning

Queer as Fact

06:03 min | Last month

A Look at Jennie Livingston's 1990 documentary Paris is Burning

"Hello and welcome to Queer as fiction we talk about Queer historical media I'm Jason and I may lie and today we're talking about Jenny. Livingston's nineteen ninety. Documentary. Paris's Bang. Before we start, we have a few called him warnings to this episode. This episode contains mentions of Racism Transphobia Homophobia the AIDS epidemic murder and family rejection. It also contains the use of outdated language surefooted by Queer people on people, call it in courts. If any of that sounds like something, you don't want to listen to please feel free to check out one of. Our other episodes. So I wanted to stop this episode by explaining what is Paris's banning because I feel like a lot of listeners probably a pretty good understanding of this documentary. Some very young listeners may not have seen it. I said Hanson had you seen it before we researched this ups lot no but I had a pirated version of a hard drive for decades. I love with things and have adhd. reasonable. So I was aware of it but I hadn't actually seen it. Yeah. I think I heard the name but didn't know what it was. So Paris is burning is a documentary about the bowl culture scene of New York in the nineteen eighties prominently featuring the African American and Latin American members of that community many among gay and or trans. It documents how they lives intersect with the Bulls the form, the Bulls tight and contains several interviews, participants, explaining concepts, such shade, realness reading, and legendary woods that may be familiar to a modern audience given how by propagated in popular drag culture. Yeah on TIKTOK. The documentary features no narration and very little dialogue from the interview wide lesbian filmmaker. Jenny. Livingston prominent members of several houses in the scene featured including pepple of Asia during Corey Angie Extravaganza and Willi? Ninja. I'll make a nerd here on pronounce while several of the performance featured in Paris boning. Ambiguously Trans Women and so I'm GonNa to share pronounced where I don't have specific evidence I. Do want to note that pepple of Asia describes himself in the documentary is not being woman not understanding the experience of womanhood and being on In a sex change however, her two thousand and three obituary in the new. York. Times describes her as preferring in pronounce ongoing with that as the more recent source compared to this documentary which was filmed in the eighties. So having talked about what Paris has been is I want to I going to kind of how was made so as described by Academic Lucas, Hildebrand in his twenty thirteen book quit film classics Piracy's Boning, which was a major source when I was researching this episode Livingston was taking a film production class at NEOCON. INVESTI windshield observed three young men voguish in Washington. Square Park after asking what they were doing she was invited to an upcoming bowl and soon thereafter began documenting the scene via black and white photographs and audio interviews which were kind of the mediums in which she worked at the time. She was really documentary filmmaker. This was her first data and she since gone on to make several more films which obviously less notable. Because I don't know what they. Yeah. That's pretty wild. Are they on like queer things. Yeah I, believe her I think there's like Queer Antenna. Seems to many of her films. So yeah, it was only the light of that. She began filming the balls and coming up with the idea of turning these into a documentary. Film took seven years to make in no small pod Judah. The struggles Livingston had funding its production. She initially intended it to be appealing observational documentary just kind of following the lives of the Queen's involved in the same but lacked the funding to shoot the endless hours of footage that would be required for such a production. I'm not really an expert on how documentary films of made. Films something like seventy or eighty hours of footage as it is. So like, wow, that must have been. Lot of what is required for something without the kind of caught away stained. Interesting to think about funding a project like this in like post the iphone world. Because there's like a very like obviously a useless modern. Just, film it like whistle the money going yeah. It's like it's interesting. She talks about the various ways in which the film was funded was funded by a bunch of different organization. Thirteen. Different organizations contributed funding including the baby say. And she stalked interviews about how? It's the late eighties you conscious show someone from the BBC your footage you have to fly someone out from. England oh. Wow. Yeah. My Gosh and show them a physical film real. So is that indicative of a certain level of like promises project was seen to have if she was able to show it to someone like that or did this happen quite routinely it was just logistically difficult Y-. Oh. Yeah. So instead of a purely observational documentary, the earlier interviews that she'd recorded were bought back and more interviews were conducted. Most notably interviews conducted in one thousand, nine, hundred, nine broad sense of narrative to the film by depicting the commercial success of Willi Ninja, as well as the tragic murder of Vance Extravaganza young star in the bowl seen who features prominently throughout the Documentary Livingston has self describes the film making process as followers. Suddenly, the people I filmed worked with me in pop because I represented a chance to speak out to be in front of a camera to show off I, consider Paris burning collaboration on the deepest level, the people who. Are Articulate funny poised while the editor and I made coherent full that we saw the documentary was truly written by the bowl people themselves I use that quite because questions of narrative agency consent and understanding of the nature of the documentaries production became deeply controversial upon the film's release and will form a pot about lighter discussion. But before we get into that, I wanted to do a bit

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Nations Come and Fall (Ezekiel 26:1718)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:49 min | 2 months ago

Nations Come and Fall (Ezekiel 26:1718)

"Zeki chapter twenty, six, versus seventeen, and eighteen. And they will raise a lamentation over you and say to you how you have perished. You were inhabited from the sees Oh city renowned who is mighty on the see she and her inhabitants imposed their terror on all her inhabitants. Now, the coastlands Trimble on the day of your fall and the coastlands that are on the sea are dismayed at your passing. So this is. The end of two chapters in Ezekiel Chapter Twenty Five, twenty six to begin a series of chapters in the book of Ezekiel where God tells Ezekiel to Prophesy Against Not his people in Judah, the people of God of Israel instead to the neighbors, the nations, surrounding Judah, surrounding his people. So chapter twenty, five starts with the prophecy against Ammon and MOAB and seer and eat him and Felicita and then chapter twenty six begins a prophecy against tire and that's what this whole chapters about. The reason, I read these two verses WanNa pray according to them versus seventeen and eighteen is because God is. Speaking to a nation and a people that had prospered. and. He's talking about how they were mighty on the sea and imposing terror on others they were renowned. But now in an instant God says all of that would be taken away. And he would bring them low and the coast lands would be dismayed at how this once renowned powerful people just like that were gone. Just like that, when the total opposite direction and reading these chapters, these prophecies from God through Ezekiel among the nations is a sobering reminder. That no matter. How Great. Powerful Influential a nation might be. My claim to be might be perceived to be. Nations come and fall and can fall just like that at the sovereign decree of God. And particularly as well. We think about any nation I, know people listen to this podcast and different countries around the world many maybe most from the United States? I just. Want us to be reminded from God's word. No matter what nation we live in and no matter how powerful that nation. May being or claim to be or be perceived to be. Is ultimately in the hands of. An instant everything could change. So. God We. Humble ourselves before you. As Your people in United States. And many other different nations. And we. Humbly confess acknowledged that you are lord and sovereign over. All nations that you hold the United States every other nation in the palm of your hand you raise and you make Lo, and you can do either one in an instant and so God. We pray that you would turn our hearts to you. God We pray just compelled to pray based on. Zeki Chapter? Twenty six for spiritual getting in my own nation in the united. States got we need you save us from ourselves. We have in so many ways turn from you so much that we have approved is displeasing to you dishonoring to you. We are not glorifying you in so many different ways to God reprieve for your mercy I pray for your mercy across. My pray for the spread of your grace and your mercy in the Gospel across my God I pray for that in the city where I live in greater Washington DC God please May Your Gospel Your grace, your mercy, your salvation spread among more and more and more people they more and more. Disciples we made. More and more people trust in you may more and more churches be planned to pray for this in greater Washington. DC, pray for this throughout the United States and whatever nation we might be praying from right now god, we pray for your mercy in our nation's we know that in instant you could lay it all low. And so we pray pray for humility before you pray for fear of you pray for this in our own hearts. We pray for this in the hearts of your people your church got pray for fear of you and humility before you in the hearts of government leaders. God We pray that you would turn many in our nation's to you by your mercy. Before we fall into deep her sinfulness and to. Deeper judgment. Pray this in Jesus name. Amen

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Help Us to Obey (Ezekiel 23:49)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:52 min | 2 months ago

Help Us to Obey (Ezekiel 23:49)

"Ezekiel Chapter Twenty Three Verse Forty Nine And they shall return your. Lewdness. Upon you. And you shall bear the penalty for your sinful idolatry. And you shall know that I am the Lord God. So, this is the last verse in a long chapter. The depicts God's people as two women. One Who represents Samaria? The capital of the northern Kingdom of Israel among God's people. And the other who represents Jerusalem the capital of the southern Kingdom of Judah. God's people there. And the whole chapter describes how. God showed his judgment how God showed his judgment on the northern Kingdom of Israel Samaria. By delivering them over to the Assyrians. And then how God showed his judgment among the southern kingdom, his people in Judah specifically that capital Jerusalem by delivering them over to the Babylonians. and. Then you get to the very end of the chapter and Gajah says very clearly. Very plainly after forty eight verses of this depiction of women who have committed adultery who have committed idolatry as God's people. At the very end God says, you shall bear the penalty for your central. Trie. A. You shall bear the penalty for your sinful idolatry as you hear that phrase. I just think this is a simple principle. I think about going into details a a discipline conversation that heather and I were having our children recently. And we've had this conversation up million times. It seems like with different children I when you disobey. There will be consequences like it is not good to disobey. Is Good to obey that leads to good things when you disobey that leads to bad things and that's The Clear simple principle that God is saying over and over again in the book of Ezekiel. And he says it right here you shall bear the penalty for your sinful idolatry idolatry. Is, not, good, it does not lead to good. Immorality disobedience is not good at does not lead to good. This seems so basic yet how often? Do. We need to be reminded of this. As we are tempted every day to disobey in different ways. And God says to us in his word by his spirit over and over and over again, it is good to obey it is not good to disobey. So in a fresh way today Oh God, we pray. Help us. To choose that which is good. Today. Or, if we're listen this is we're gonna bed and night stowe wake up in the morning remembering that it's good to obey listening this at the very beginning of our day or somewhere else like as always we have time left in this day God, help us to choose that which is good. Help us to obey you help us to trust you help us to worship you alone. God please keep us from idolatry immorality disobedience and all that flows from it. Today and tomorrow in the next day to choose obedience. In every second in every moment and every decision every word and everything we do by Your Grace Oh God help us to choose obedience and to experience your goodness. And God, even as we pray this. We we. Know Our tendency to disobey. And we are so thankful. Jesus. We praise you. All timidly for bearing the penalty do our sinful idolatry. help us never to get over this. That you Jesus have paid. The price endured the penalty the judgment that we deserve four, our sin on the cross. All Glory be to your name that we don't have to be afraid. Of the judgment, we will experience all ultimately in eternity because you have paid that price for us. All Glory to your name. So all the more help us to live in obedience today. Elvis to experience your goodness today as those who've been forgiven of sin free from sins power help us to walk in Worship Review in obedience to you in love for you in all that we do help us to choose obedience life love for you and everything we do today and tomorrow and the next the next day please in every moment we pray in Jesus name in the name of the one who is paid the penalty of sin for us in his name we pray.

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Demonstrate God's Word in Your Life (Ezekiel 4:4-8)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:49 min | 3 months ago

Demonstrate God's Word in Your Life (Ezekiel 4:4-8)

"Zekiye chapter four versus four through eight. Then, lie on your left side and place the punishment of the House of Israel upon it. For the number of the days that you lie on it, you shall bear their punishment. FRY signed to you a number of days three, hundred, ninety days. Equal. To the number of the years of their punishment. So long. Shall you bear the punishment of the House of Israel? And when you've completed. You should lie down a second time but on your right side and bear the punishment of the House of Judah. Forty days I assign you a day for each ear and you shall set your face toward the siege of Jerusalem with your arm Baird and you shall prophesy against the city. And behold I will place cords upon you. So you cannot turn from one side to the other till you have completed the days of your siege. And so much we could talk about in these verses but the basic picture is God is calling Ezekiel as a prophet to do two things one to prophesy about the city. So to speak the words of God and to tell what God has said to him to the people and then second to demonstrate these words with his life. He's specifically talking about the punishment of the House of Israel the punishment of the House of Judah, basically God's judgment on Israel and Judah and how he would take action specifically lying on his left side for three hundred ninety days. On his right side for forty days representing the number of years associated with judgement punishment toward the House of Israel and the House of Judah we don't know specifics of how this would play out like for all those three hundred ninety days on the left side and forty days on the right side. But basically. Lying there for long periods of time on those days, unable to turn from one side to the other as a demonstration is an illustration is a picture of the words he's speaking. Now, how does that lead us to pray? Why want wants to think about our lives, your life, my life today this week. So again, we're seeing this over and over again, there unique things about Ezekiel Old Testament prophets but there are also parallels to our lives as women who have received the word of God and have the spirit of God and us have been commissioned to proclaim the word of God, not just with our words. But with our actions with lives that are fluctuation of the words, we proclaim the words we believe the words God has spoken. And Specifically. I was reading this and as I. WanNa lead us to pray I was thinking about people who are going through difficult times difficult circumstances. Could it be than even or difficult circumstances situations we walk through? That there are things we are portraying about who got is in the midst of hard times that are intended by God to be a reflection of the truth we believe. Of the word that we hold fast to just like we see in Paul throughout the New Testament saying I, fill up what is lacking in regard to Christ's afflictions. He's not saying that he experiences suffering in the exact same way as Jesus did, but he is saying that he shares in the sufferings of Christ he shows the supremacy. Of Christ, he shows the joy of Christ that even when times are hard and difficult and he is holding fast joy and peace and courage and confidence in the middle of that he is displaying Christ he is reflecting the word of Christ in his life. So God, I pray the you would help us all today to embody you word. To reflect your word, not just with our mouths Oh God. Yes. As we prayed recent days help us to reflect your word with our mouths helps to speak your word to give witness to your word to warn people of coming judgment to share the good news of Your Grace and gallery. Pray that amidst whatever is going on in our lives. Right now, you would help us to reflect your word in our lives. Guttering, we pray that you would help us to reflect your joy even in the middle of suffering. We pray the you'd help us to reflect your strength and our weakness. Gharib, we pray that you help us to reflect your peace amidst so much unrest. Around us. Maybe specifically in our circumstances or just unrest in the world gunnery prayed help us to reflect your piece. Got Re pray that our lives would be demonstration today and this week of the truth we believe and we hold fast to God 'cause you're a word to be clear in our mouths and clear in our lives we pray. In Jesus name. Amen.

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EA's Competitive Vision & What Esports Means To Them - With Todd Sitrin

BIG Esports Podcast

04:33 min | 3 months ago

EA's Competitive Vision & What Esports Means To Them - With Todd Sitrin

"So I guess going into that question that we wanted to talk about about what what the game in a sport I feel like in the poss, you know as sports titles became a sports accident. Counter Strike one point six, thirty, two united battlefield to play. None of these guys would develop the style with a sports in mind but I just happened to become that way Judah having certain factors to do with the game I'm interested in learning for me like is there a special formula that that makes game in sport your mind? I would never use the term formula, which makes it seem like. Crying out entertainment and Is Never. That easy. You know I think there's a few wins to look at that question and the heart of it is at to some degree as is what? Beyond just the community thing. Hey, we liked to watch people play. And many communities have done and it sort of built up. The need for I'd say Super Smash Brothers is an example of out where the community basically just rally around. Here's a game that hasn't really been. Updated for a long time and yet the community's still wants to do that. from a publisher point of view. I think you have to ask the question why are you doing any sports in the first place and I think there are two reasons I can tell you why E as the The first is it is a marketing vehicle for the video games right? People see people playing the game they get to know the game they get excited about it. It drives them too many purchase the game or drives them back to engage in the game, and that's you know that is the reason why sports was created and that is actually the reason that the vast majority of the eastwards industry is based on that and that's how they measure their success. So the question is, can you build a big enough? In can you engage a? Viewer to become a player or. As. The case. Were taking we're not really trying to necessarily grow the player base were just trying to get more, engaged our aims and so free to play games that you know have a revenue stream that come from people playing the game more and more. That's where the birth of these all came from. And they're still they're still like that Doda too. I think is bill clearly on that model. But there's a difference of reason also too which I think there are a few of us that are. Publicly saying this is what we wanted to as well, which is to create a media business based upon your show. and. That treating the eastward as a entertainment property unto itself that you can make money from through meteorites, sponsorship, merchandising, etc, and. I think that's much smaller group of companies publishers that are trying to do that. And so when it comes back to your question, which is what's sinise sport I think it kind of gets answered based upon what what's your. What's your goal? For us, we look at it and saved will look at the bare minimum you need a game that. Is Competitive in nature writing and it has to be honestly legally it has to be competitive in nature writes out yet to pass certain governmental rules around what what what is. What it was an actual game competitive game. So that's like bare minimum but clearly we look at things allied engages the community right? Guess Start from zero very few examples were games have started from zero to create east sports normally to gain was already a certain level popularity beforehand. So we're not worded the competitive gaming. Room. The first two games that I went behind was Viva Matt. Why be the biggest one of the biggest games in the world certainly the biggest game? And Man is the biggest game one of the biggest games. North. American sort wait the biggest gain the AD in North America on the sports side, and so that was really based on their competitor. Yes. They have engaged communities and they're they're quite big So you know to me that's the starting

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Bible Study: Lamentations 1-2

The Bible Recap

05:22 min | 3 months ago

Bible Study: Lamentations 1-2

"Today. We dropped in on the book of Lamentations. No one knows who wrote this book but most people throughout history have connected it to the major, Prophet Jeremiah it's a book of poetry written as a lament over the destruction of Jerusalem and the Babylonian. So who better to offer up that kind of book than someone known as the weeping prophet not only is Jerusalem's destruction the worst thing that has ever happened to the people of Israel by far. But Jeremiah himself had spent years warning them about it while suffering the consequences of their unwillingness to listen. Chapter. One focuses on the destruction of the City of Jerusalem Aka Zion the once thriving capital of Judah has been emptied out her enemies rule over her former inhabitants they've lost everything. All along God has been asking them to remember and now they finally do but they don't remember him. They remember the things they used to have in the peace they used to experience I. Seven says Jerusalem remembers in the days of her affliction and wandering all the precious things that were hers from days of old not only did Jerusalem forget what God had done in their past, but they also forget what God has promised for their future. Anytime. We choose sin. We fail to consider the future sin occurs when we live so much in the present that we forget about the eternal kingdom sin is short-sighted. The Israelites are living in nostalgia for a time when they'd been disobedient to God. They longed for the days when things were easier for them. But if you recall those were days when they were. Their children and worshipping idols at the high places? This is not exactly righteous morning. There is a way to grieve and mourn to the glory of God but so far in lamentations this isn't it? The author goes on to express all the ways God has directed this destruction chapter. One tells us that God afflicted them. He inflicted sorrow he sent fire authority their efforts he weakens them and handed them over to their enemies and it's true. They're not wrongly blaming God God has been telling them all along. He would do these things that they didn't repent. And the author shows us that Judah finally owns their role in this. It says, the Lord is in the right for I have rebelled against his word. Not only does this verse reminder that God is just, but it also makes the truths versus twelve through sixteen. Bearable. An inverse twenty, it sounds like Jerusalem truly repents. It says, my heart is wrong within me because I have been very rebellious. They mourn grieve their actions not just the consequences. Meanwhile, they're enemies gloat over what's happening to them in chapter two, we get a second poem about the fall and destruction of Jerusalem. It points outweighs that their relationship with God has been affected by this disaster verse five says the Lord has become. Like an enemy like an enemy is not an enemy, but it certainly feels like it to them but they know that his actions were justified. He was enacting a necessary discipline for their sins the consequences of this disciplined reach further than just the destruction of their home. In addition to that God, himself seems to go radio silent prophets have no visions or words from the Lord the elder sit on the ground in silence. When I've been through emotionally challenging situations sometimes, the only piece I can access is the nearness of God and the comfort of his word if I didn't have that, I would absolutely despair. Actually, experienced that once wrecked me the silence of God is devastating and it exacerbates the pain of the trials. If you're in that space right now and you feel alone, you're not alone God is drawing near to you. Even you fix your eyes on these pages. The time of your trial does have an end. Okay. Back to, Judah they know this is all part of God's plan I seventeen says the Lord has done what he purposed. He has carried out his word which he commanded long ago. Maybe they're finally remembering that this is what he's been warning them about this is not some knee jerk reaction to their sin God hasn't lost his temper. In the midst of Judas worst tragedy I love that we're reminded that God is patient and methodical. We aren't walking on eggshells around him. He hasn't volatile unpredictable in that way. My God shot was the very existence of this book in scripture. What does it reveal to us about God that he included this book for us? I believe it shows us that he is eight God who can not only handle our feelings and emotions, but also values them and wants to engage with us on that level. Chapter. Two Verse Nineteen says it like this. Pour out your heart like water before the presence of the Lord. These poems contain a lot of feelings and frustrations and the author pours it out unguarded before the Lord. God receives values our emotions even when they're the result of our sins, you want us to talk with him about what we're feeling. We've seen all along how he's after our hearts. It doesn't just want a one dimensional glossy love. He engages with the good the bad and the ugly in our hearts. How else can he work with us on those levels if we keep the ugly emotions back from him?

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Washington, DC - State of Maryland Applies for Additional $300 Per Week In Federal Unemployment Benefits

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Washington, DC - State of Maryland Applies for Additional $300 Per Week In Federal Unemployment Benefits

"Potentially potentially good good news news If If you're you're unemployed unemployed due due to to the the pandemic, pandemic, Maryland Maryland has has now now applied applied for for a a grant grant to to provide provide an an additional additional $300 $300 a a week week in in federal federal unemployment benefits for state residents. Governor Larry Hogan says those eligible would get $300 a week in benefits retroactive to the week ending August. 1st not to qualify. You have to be eligible for a weekly benefit amount of at least $100, and you must re certify that you're unemployed or partially unemployed Judah disruptions caused the bite by the pandemic. Once approved by the Federal Emergency Management Administration, FEMA would fund the $300 a week benefit. Maryland would fulfill a 25% match through funding already played two claimants and regular unemployment insurance benefits checks would then be expected to begin in late September.

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Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation

Environment: NPR

04:00 min | 4 months ago

Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation

"A year ago, there was an international outcry over his surge in the number of fires in the Brazilian Amazon. Now, as fire season gets underway there, the rainforest is facing the threat of even more destruction in the first ten days of this month more than ten thousand fires were detected NPR's Philip. Reeve says that number's up from last year? Fosse's in the Amazon is off to a terrible start. Brazil's environmentalists worried it's president is not thoroughfares starting. Yard Four. Judah. Story that Amazon is going up in flames is alive says Boston. We must combat this with true numbers. He says, the numbers that Boston auto dismisses the Lai come from satellite data collected by Brazil's space research agency. These show fires in the first ten days of this month are up on the same time last year by seventeen percent. There's also plenty of evidence on the ground them European neo a scenario. Dave. Dave still being. Bunch English Niche Flavio Terracini lives in Porta value a city in the Amazon state of from Bonia he teaches biology local university Tennessee on his porch when NPR reaches him by WHATSAPP, all signal and the key advice you fall off came on the forest, the Muslim. He says, he's holding pieces of burned leaves in his hand drifted in from the forest. He can see a lot of smoke on the horizon. He says, it's making the some red here in on a pool. There are fires all around us ash is falling in our homes or Richard Doug, every year Jane Dwyer is an American born Catholic nun who's taken Brazilian nationality. On Apu is a small town in the forest by a river that eventually flows into the Amazon. She's been there for decades helping impoverished farmers protect their land rights. Sister Dwyer says, the fires there haven't yet reached frightening levels but what is frightening is that the forest is coming now she's talking about illegal loggers even pandemic that cutting down trees dwyer says, she can hear them. We can hear it. We live where where the road is they take down in during the day and at night, the trucks are going every single night last August was the worst month for five is in the Brazilian Amazon in nearly a decade. Many of these are deliberately set by farmers clearing already deforested land for cattle. Deforestation rose in the twelve months to July third on the year before. So this Moorland to burn. International pressure on both NATO is growing foreign investors a threatening to pull funds from Brazil unless he does a far better job of protecting the forest most scenario is defending his government's performance Nasi you. And? We're doing a tremendous amount. He says. He punched to the fact that deforestation dipped for the month of July in May Boston narrow sent thousands of troops to the forest to help police it. It's too soon to save. That's making a difference since taking office Bolsonaro has weakened government environmental protection agencies. And the Alan Carr of the Amazon Environmental Research Institute believes the army lacks the expertise to protect the Amazon. We have institutions that have been dealing with the have a strategy to that. So when you give that job to another institution, it seems like it has to start everything again with the willed focused on the corona virus pandemic environmentalists fair the destruction in the Amazon won't get the attention. It deserves sister Jane thinks in her part of the forest this year it'll be even worse areas where there's more far coming down this year than last. So the fires will be worse put breeze NPR news reddish

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"judah" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

06:13 min | 4 months ago

"judah" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Yeah, so together I drove up to Lake Tahoe in your driveway. You go through the three ninety five. This was a couple of weeks ago and you drive. You drive through these very small towns where the where the speed limit goes down to dip. My God goes down to like twenty five. Is your passing by school in Thirty Five? Meanwhile, you've just been going like seventy nine miles an hour to go all the way down. It's hard for people to go all the way down, but as you come out of the town, there's like it goes up to forty five goes up to. Goes Up to sixty and seventy in your backup, and you're going so I was leaving this town that I had not. I not been too so we like made a detour till to stop at this one place. And then we moved on and I never been to this part of the town. I've driven thing before, and I was like we got out of the town and I'm like okay. We're starting to get back on. On the highway I can actually like. Pick it up and start going again. And I went up to like seventy seven miles an hour, and I saw a cop car coming this way it was horry land road kind of come towards me, and he turned his lights on and spun around in my back because they gun me going like seventy seven miles an hour, and literally three hundred yards away. It moved up to seventy. And I was that and I literally told the guys like I've never been here I have my id right outer I, said my family in the car. Their kids were pissed was like I'm so sorry I have never been in this place, and I thought this be them, and they're like there were three signs telling you what it was I was. Like I know, but usually when you get out of the town, it's. Actually there wasn't there wasn't through. Show me, but that is a ticket. Yeah, gave me a ticket, but he lowered it down to only ten miles over the speed limit. What a nice fellow! Nice or at still okay well. The Queen Police say that after they let them go. After they heard this incredible story and saw the dead snake that proved it. Yeah, you got a dead snake to prove it, or does this Guy Dr? Driver on the dead snake in his car. We can speed you know sometimes if you're if the cops are bastards in your area. Dead. But I can understand. You can understand a dead snake every once. Queens and police released Bodycam. Put into the roadside. Stop on Wednesday in a facebook post that admitted the slimy passenger would make any driver hysterical. I got. It is not me. I hate it. Dan Video shows Jimmy telling police. He's just killed a deadly brown snake. That may have been him on the leg, so he's. freaking out, yes, it is a brown snake, the yes. The worst bad it says he says I. Think it has bitten me. It was in the car with me. Jimmy tells the officer in the body can't put. You can feel my heart mate so now he's like. Ask you get in here. Put Your hands. Where I'm at this is his version cry. China cry is way I'm going to show you guys. Up Judah. Michelle you guys a picture of Jimmy and it look I'm not saying he's making it up, but he looks like every guy who's got a story. Look at this guy. He just looks like Oh. You are not going to believe y'all. Yeah I hear you Australian redneck. He also looks like a guy who might have snakes in his Co... PERCENT? Got Just in case snake. Yeah, I. He's got snakes everywhere. Just be like honey. I'm sorry I was laid a snake. Almost we are used that excuse all right right It's in the car with me, tells the officer. You can feel my heart. The snake or the I'm sorry. The officer is initially skeptical, but Jimmy points to the bed of the truck where the dead snake is draped across some bags. Oh, that one? The officer says she uses police. The other one police called paramedics and waited with Jimmy until they arrived, the frightened driver, told police at the snake came into the trunk near his gear, stick and started climbing up between his legs. Could you imagine my guide and you're like what is on what is rolling? Feeling right? They're GONNA water bottle. Sees. He started to wrap around me then it's head. Just started striking the chair. He says. Jimmy Jimmy ultimately pulled over killed the snake with his knife, then tossed it in back. He took off again at high speed for the nearest hospital, fearing he'd been bitten by venomous case, so that was why speeding paramedics determined. That was in shock, but had not been bitten at all, so he's hysterical. Crazy yeah. He said it's bloody terrifying to be told police, he added that he was relieved to be pulled over I've never been so happy to see red and blue lights, so that's probably also weird for cops. When they pull you, thank God. Is You're here? You're here. I've done a lot of illegal shit in my time and I'm just so happy that finally. This isn't one of those times you guys here for the snake. No, Sir, no in your car. That is so crazy. The eastern Brown snake is a highly venomous snake and one of the deadliest in the World Quincy. Police wrote in a news release. They added that the snakes are protected under Queensland. Law, but this was particularly unique situation. Self-defense Bro Right but you're not supposed to kill these snakes. Like, he didn't have a choice, so Jimmy managed to avoid getting a ticket or a snake bite from the encounter and you know the cops probably waited so long. They went back to their car and just sat there and waited like. We're not going to give you a ticket this. You know what I mean they way. Looking at paperwork and looking. At it out, yeah! They said that he'll probably be peaking under his seat for snakes for the rest of his life. Oh. Yeah, yeah, the second only ruins you forever, but also Australia. You might as you might want to start doing that pre pre snake fight. This is what I said so many things can kill you. In Australia spiders spiders that like birds and you're like Geez. This place spider eats a Koala gives you. Syphilis or qualities can give you. Accept what all like a point in time! Where like ninety three percent of all qualified Clemencia had Clemencia. Floods. Yeah, yeah, and they spread it..

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"judah" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

08:12 min | 4 months ago

"judah" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"It's a minimum donation of a dollar gift, so you can pay one dollar and watch the show or You can pay more I. Think our fans who are so good about that and understand the support of Comedians who need it quite frankly right now. Look Judo Jiu to be on the road. We'd be on the Road Dan. Dan would be on the road like these are these are times where we can't do that and I know our fans are really great, so if you WanNa see great show you know, pay what you think is fair. Treat him fairly, and let's let's make Judah the money. He needs right now to keep also give you a great night. It's so much fun the to see a live comedy. Show is a blast. Parts of this country were comedy shows. Don't come through very often. This is a this is a windfall for a lot of people. To Watch. Someone I loved you. Stand up and I haven't got that opportunity yet. I mean we let live issues Hebrew like come on up to Maine. I guess US and Bob Marley a show together but like. We're not up there for you like hey, man come to boise ensures like. If I can make it up. It's been great. You know I've done I've done a few of these now were. Past few months I've been doing a fair amount of shows on zoom that other people have been producing, but for the past couple of weeks I've been producing my own an addition to do and others. And I've been experimenting around with the different time so I've even done some that are daytime for us, so that more people from it'll be nighttime in Europe in England yeah and and the I did a show about a week ago where it was mostly international and not us. Are you able to? It's been really cool and. Show what I love watching the live is that there's a moment where you'll just up to the audience in your ability to to just rip off them, so do you open it up on zoom because you can see faces and stuff, and they ask you questions, and you improvise the shows interactive, so it's It's not a zoom, Webinar? CanNot interact with the performers you know, I have it so that as an audience member you can always here and see me, and then you have the option to make yourself visible and hurt so that I can see in here you scrape. So yeah, I invite the audience to ask me questions about my presidential platform then. Off a couples watching the show sitting on their couch, I can see them. I can ask them questions about the painting on the wall. Groin now. And it's it's a lot of fun. It really it it. It works what I love about it is it's never the same thing twice for you and for you, it's and for people have seen you before. They're going to get to see a different show. Just by the very nature of WHO's out there. Yeah, Yeah Jane I. Did our friends Stuart Goldsmith who's a great comic in England? He does. This change called the Infinite Sofa and we did it. One o'clock one thirty our time, and it was nine nine thirty England. London and it was so much fun and we were interacting with the wealthy people who were like the VIP's who were visible and Qatar participating one thing I was like laying down. We're like how comfortable is this guy? Vaping they're women just off camera lights. With giant leap. What it was great so I took the crowd work is it adds a different dynamic? That's actually a lot of fun because you see people in their homes, and then and there are some people who are like you know making sure they're looking presentable or their places looking presentable, and then there are other people like yeah like you said literally there, smoking joints. Down, yeah. It's just it's hilarious. Well. It's so funny because in the world of zoom in and the way that's taken over I feel like it. It happened so fast as the way to keep business going, but people don't realize that like. Yeah, you bring your phone into. Stay on zoom call while you go to the bathroom, but you're still on camera dummy or like. Like, yeah, there's like a Brazilian Mexican a Mexican Santa's senator who took her she. She was changing her clothes, but wanted to stay on the call, and it's like we can see you lady. We could see everything and just people don't understand so. I love that aspect of it this Thursday six PM west coast time nine PM. Go to Judah freelance dot six. Am Eastern. it's a great our plus with freelander. All right, Judy. Do you want to jump into another story right here? I'm always ready. Sending by Kim Fritz at Kimberly. Fritzy, we love. We love her. Can't we have done I know? I'm going to read you the headline because it's. It's worth a man. Mankato speeding was actually fighting deadly snake with knife in Australia. Wow, Oh, God! What an excuse! Is this? The plot for Mad Max like the Crocodile Dundee. Tuesday Australia right right It does make me want to go to Australia. Have you ever banner now? Now I was supposed to go there several years ago and the promoter. Believe messed up my work visa so. The shows had to get canceled yeah I'M GONNA. Go because my wife's brother lives Dan. He's a professional, is the dean of Science Department at a University of Melbourne and the house down there. We're going to go. I would like to do alive. Dumb people town down in Australia so if there are Australian fans listening. Let's figure out how we can get there. At some point. I'd love to do in a great goal, but are in our down to Australia and. And he did research about it before he went down and took this. This is maybe like twenty years ago, like eighteen years ago and he said here's my research found a lots of stuff can kill me down in Australia so that is what I filed. This story on Yeah did Maeve in the car did even know. Is this his snake police here? Plenty of wild excuses when they pull a person over for speeding, but one Australia man's real story, they wrote. Routes. A cut above the rest. The twenty-seven-year-old cut above the rest is a pun to. He's trying to fight. Greenlee Yeah, the twenty seven year old man identified by police only as Jimmy. I love to the Star we don't care you're. In Jamie. We donate your night. He says he used a knife and a seat belt to fight off a deadly brown snake that had coiled around his leg while he was driving a truck in Queensland Australia. You imagine the feeling just a fear driving your. Stories Real. Yeah, because if you were lying, you would never think Oh, yeah I had to use my seatbelt to fight. The great thing is AJ whole. bullshitting. Around his leg his neck right so but. Most people haven't fought snakes before, so you can imagine like how quick things are and the chaos. Probably just grabbing the seat belt and I see that being something that happened. Not on hooking always seatbelt with the belt itself the metal part and just trying. Gas while you go for your life while you're also trying to drive a truck. Eases imagine you're the other people on the road is that? ASSHOLE DO? He's drunk. Drunk. This all happened on June fifteenth police pulled him over after clocking the vehicle going. How many miles an hour do you guys think this was going? How fast you think he was going. To thirty, five, thirty five. How speeding so I'm going to say one hundred, ten, one, hundred ten, and then is going about eighty one close. The answer is seventy six. Our close, but ed also doesn't say like. What is that in thirty five then then you're crazy, probably seventy six in a fifty five. You can't get mad at this guy. No, it'd be more and I'm just more impressed. Yeah, so together I drove up to Lake Tahoe in your driveway. You go through the three ninety five. This was a couple of weeks ago and you drive. You drive through these.

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"judah" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"judah" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"That's I think I'm going to cook things you know I'm. GonNa play Video Games. Jelly Stop Becky Bartlett is. Thirty, two years old. Proper US mid. Jesmyn and all that stuff Bartlett is if you're in a fight, don't escalate to the pizza level. That's our first story down in the books when we come back when it tell you a little bit about a live show that Judah is doing in two days time, and all the other where you can follow him because he's just one of our favorites is dumb. People town Judah friedlander with us. Don't go. Around. I'll throw this question out to you too smart dumb people town listeners. Did you know that two out of three guys will experience some form of male pattern baldness by the time of thirty five? You're talking, two, three, two, three, three, three, eight, zero, eight here, as Dan. You're on the precipice of your fortieth birthday. Can I say that out loud? I think you did we're all dealing with it, and there's a way to do something about it, and that's why I love this sponsor. We're talking about our buddies at keeps. used to have to go to the doctor's office and that can be an embarrassing thing now. Thanks to keep you visit your Doctor Online, which obviously in this pandemic this day and age. It's a very smart thing. You get your hair loss medication delivered right to your home. They make it easy to deliver your. Your medication every three months, so you can say goodbye to the pharmacy checkout, so they're trying to cut down your access and your exposure to people in a time like uh us and make it better for you they? There are only two FDA approved hair loss products out there. These guys use them. You may have tried them, but probably never for this price. Great guys something that makes you feel good, and at the same time.

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2 Kings 19 and Psalm 46, 80, 135

The Bible Recap

04:55 min | 4 months ago

2 Kings 19 and Psalm 46, 80, 135

"Today, we revisited part of the story. We I read on Day, two. Oh, six including! HAS ACI response to Kingston Aker ABS threats. We're reminded of how humbly he responded when troubles came as way, and since we've read this story before you probably recall that after this when he's been blessed, and has stockpiled fortunes, and he gets to live an extra fifteen years, his heart Arc's away from God, it becomes prideful doubts God's words and live somewhat airless Lii. One of the things we didn't touch on home. I read this story. A few days ago was the part where God puts a spirit and snacker. That will cause him to hear ally. There are a few noteworthy things about that burst. God is in charge of evil spirits there on a leash, and they have to do what he says and go where he commands that comforting second God himself didn't mislead snacker. Scripture tells us repeatedly that God cannot lie. Bruce Sixteen eight says he's incapable of it. It would be contrary to his character because according to John. Fourteen one of his name's is the truth. Is the truth, but God's certainly does use equal for his own purposes when Romans eight twenty eight says he works all things together for the good of those who love him. Evil is included in that list of all things, the good, the bad and the ugly the truth he speaks, and the rumors other speak. So. He allows snacker up to be misled. If you think that might be an unjust response, try to zoom out and remember how sin. Acura of has been Lee bought your way and his leaders tell the people of Judah that they shouldn't let y'all way. Trick them into trusting him. This is a merciful response based on what's inaccurate. Deserves from God. Isaiah also tells has a that they will win this war without even putting gas in their horses, and he's right before a Syria can fire an aero toward Jerusalem God's Army, an army of one shows up and wins, but it isn't really a balanced fight. The Assyrians are way outnumbered by the angel of the Lord who kills one hundred and eighty, five thousand of them and one night, plus he has the home field advantage since he owns the whole earth and whatnot, then eventually, king inaccurate is assassinated just as God promised. Next! We jumped back into the psalms. There were two verses in Psalm, Forty forty-six that stood out to me in light of what we just read. Burst this reference to Jerusalem in verse five stood out. It says God is within her. She shall not be moved. God will help her. When morning dawns, this is certainly what played out over the course of the night. When the angel of the Lord showed up and won the battle for them while they were sleeping when morning dawned, they laid eyes on God's victory. The second verse I loved is the most famous one in this chapter Burston be still and know that I am God. One of the things we've seen repeated as you've been in Isaiah lately. Is this idea of quietness and rest and trust? This stillness fits right in with that, doesn't it? In Psalm Eighty the corporate cry is for God to save them and restore them. In this song Israel knows its identity and echoes it back to the God. Who gave them that identity to begin with? I love this imagery in verses eight nine? It says you brought a vine out of Egypt that vine reference to Israel the people the ones he rescued from Egypt. Then it continues saying you drove out. The nation's and planted it. You cleared the ground for it. This is a reference to Israel the place God drove out the Canaanites and planted them there, and now they've been burned up cut down plucked up and they ask God to restore them and promised to praise him for it. Someone thirty five is where my God showed up today. I really love this psalm. I went through it and circled all the action verbs where God is the subject and here's everything. God does in this chapter. Chose Jacob in Israel. Does whatever He pleases, he makes the clouds rise. It makes lightening brings forth the wind. You struck down. The Egyptians is sent. Signs wonders you struck down many nations. He killed mighty kings, then gave their land to Israel he will vindicate his people. You will have compassion on his servants E, Doyle's in Jerusalem. God does a lot of things here, and as we look back on all of them. We see his hand to bless his people. To restore and redeem the very ones who have repeatedly gone astray from him. and. He doesn't do it begrudgingly. He does it willingly joyfully. You know we know that because I six says he does whatever He pleases. It pleases God to adopt centers into his family, and call them sons and daughters. It demonstrates his great art bore redemption. You will vindicate his people. He will have compassion on his servants. It leases him. Wow, ease where the joy

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Poland presidential election heads for second round

Morning Edition

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Poland presidential election heads for second round

"Results are in for Poland's national election that was held on Sunday. Polish President Andrzej Duda has been forced into a runoff election against a liberal challenger do not got the most votes but fell short against the 50% he needed to win without a second round of voting. Judah has been criticized for chipping away at Poland's judicial system. The European Union says his actions in danger Polish

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"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"They raised eyebrows in two thousand eighteen when they announced that Churchill would digitize the church experience but given the social distancing guidelines brought on by the pandemic the now look like accidental. Pioneers of our new normal. Our very own tyler. Huckabee talks to them about what they've learned about online church. Why they think the old normal is gone for good and what they're praying for for the future of the Church in America. Here's part of our conversation with Chelsea and Judah Smith right so obviously you to deter thome couple of years ago raised a lot of eyebrows. Four trying to take the entire church experience online and via where we're all online for our church services. I'm just curious view in mind. Be Invulnerable and I don't want you to to sub tweet anyone here because I express my own skepticism to be honest but But what are your feelings about About kind of all of this now given the irony of Wasi here We're planning we believe the three years ago we started to Change Our Name. It started the practice designed the church at hall for a number of debris reasons vision God in just resources in stewardship and so there are a lot of people who want to gather with five hundred thousand two thousand people in. We're going to celebrate.

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COVID-19 Travel News

The World Nomads Podcast

08:01 min | 7 months ago

COVID-19 Travel News

"In these episodes the travel journalists stranded by border closures in a bungalow in rural Thailand and the band expats rescuing hungry dogs affected by in. Nineteen matter. Podcast we'll be keeping you up to date trouble alerts information about coroner buyers answering some uplifting news views to inspire you and keep them smiling high it is common and fill and we'll hear. Olivia story shortly but fill their MORE COUNTRIES ACROSS EUROPE. Easing lock damages. Belgium is to reopen to international tourist spot fifteen to June minority by the time. Listen this but it's good news for us while in. Great Sport is our to reopen to international travelers on July the first at the earliest the US Canada border will luckily remained closed throughout June. For Non Essential Travel and this has been hinted at fool but as vacation season ramp up in the. Us travel industry experts. Say The Americans will flip about flying in favor of road trips. The National Park Service is planning to increase recreational access and services on a park by park basis so stained with them and haven't listened to that we have heard that having waited. People will favor road trips absolutely well. Not much choice really. I love a right trip can we? Can we ask people for their road trip stories? What do you reckon she that I will give you permission fail? You can do what you like. Eighty dollars podcast at will know meds dot com with your favorite road trip story. It'd be really cool to share them. Show nights create a bit of a go to four now. Living is a freelance travel writer. She's infectious journalist. She has a passion for adventure and ECO. Travel which is just as well because when has started to shut down to Judah Coverage. She found herself happily stranded in a bungalow in rural Thailand. Yes so I was actually traveling with my boyfriend. Slash unofficial photographer Jonathan. We put our apartment up for after wrench for the majority of spring. He took a hiatus from works to finish his master's program. I'm a travel writer editor for my work. So we were basically had no plans and we're just kind of bopping around and and seeing where felt right so we were actually in India. We are in Delhi win. I The Danish borders were shutting in mere hours. Of course Jonathan could get back but his girlfriend's in American could not that came right before at the American borders shots and I could get back. Jonathan could not so with with literally five hours at in India to choose. We found a cheap flight from Delhi to Bangkok. And we said you know what will be together. This is. There's Kobe it can't destroy a beautiful weather and Delicious Pad Thai at we will will take easy here and just see what comes next. So that's what originally brought me back to Thailand so you all with Jonathan. It's not some long distance relationship livelihood in other episodes and fortunately he is an officer on a Danish oil-tanker so as soon as the flights to Europe started dwindling down in Thailand. He knew he knew that he had to get home or he risked losing his job so about a month ago he he left me Could've defend myself but obviously we we chat every day. This is the first time in my life where I've really had to make every decision For myself and and really every decision wasn't important. One so he is. He will be there at the end of this. I'm I'm really hoping that at some point in the near or distant future either Denmark opens again the US Open's again. Thailand opens again. But until now we we are very much the long distance relationship with him in the middle of the ocean. What are you doing? You was there. Jonathan's going back to today mark. He's going back to work. Your tribal rod is not a lot of commissioning going on. So what have you been doing? Well I'm the kind of person that always needs to keep myself busy. And just in order to stay sane also because I really do love what I do. So as a travel writer and editor. I've pivoted a lot of my messages to stay home but in the future blank blank would be the optimal you know post pandemic vacation so I helped launch L. A. Style magazines travel sector which has been a lot of learning. Seo on the back end and kind of looking for new talent new writers at the same time I also am the executive producer. A PBS show so public television show that's streaming across all the United States. It's funny I don't even have a TV here in my bungalow. But I'm getting all of these pictures of friends who are saying. Hey live is not your shown that I see when I turn on the television. So yes it is hand. It's been a lot of fun. You kind of show people that the idea of friendship connection when travelling which is what the message of fly brother. The show is about Still remains true even during a global worldwide pandemic so it in fact it's been it's been more meaningful than ever because it just shows us the importance of the people that we meet when we travel not just the place as a little bit of a pivot from my normal everyday because those things are are a little bit in line with you know my career and might suggest. I've met a really wonderful group of experts from all over the world theory We joke that were a bit of United Nations of of Thailand at and we of course in in a socially distant manner have this rocketed to really help the street dogs and the elephants year in in crabby because at the street dogs really rely on the scraps of the hotels and the restaurants tourist just leaving McDonald's hamburger in a garbage near the beach but with legitimately notorious. These dogs are are starving and in Near Jack. So what we do. Is We go on our on our motorbikes early in the mornings I'm we collect food. We have you know a donation site available or use our own funds And then we have about eighty five street dogs in different packs that we ride our bikes to which is a new phenomenon for me. Because I've I've never been exactly the most graceful human being so Doing that on a motorbike is is definitely stepping out of comfort zone. I never had thought really how much a pandemic would affect you know with this chain of events how it would affect the animals and in turn affects the humans because now a lot of times people like culturally are are more frightened of the street dogs but if the dogs aren't having to you know come up in bag and really show their show their strength in order to just survive if they can be fed and we feed them food. We feed them vitamins. We've gotten We've taken some to the vets just to make sure they're all right you know they're manged there for Then everyone kind of lives in harmony so that people generally have been very very open and welcoming to to the group of ex stats riding around in helping the the dogs.

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COVID -19 Travel News

The World Nomads Podcast

06:38 min | 7 months ago

COVID -19 Travel News

"Kim and fill out chat with atlas obscure shortly. But what's the latest news surrounding treble? Fill the vice. President of the European Commission has told Brits it's safe to holiday in Europe this summer despite Corona vars but look contradicting what the UK secretaries' saying they say Britain would be more likely than not to have to forego any international travel. This year's surprised the British the British and the European communication breakdown. And I think that was the point of the big referendum anyway. It's even worse for his trying with any obviously travel unexpected to anyway knee no at least twenty twenty rates outlook recent research nights that million people living in countries where the orders are close to non-citizens non-residents Judah covered Montaigne. That is a lot of people looking for. Hobbies Field Well Tell Tell Tina from atlas obscure. It's an online travel magazine into to accompany fill. You not caught up with them to see how things are traveling or not grown with their operations including looking after their customers during rush. It's been it's been a roller coaster. Being you know operating trips we started to affect US really Back in January because we had troops that were to Vietnam At that time and we even at that time had a a China trip scheduled for March. So it's something that we you know really started affecting us in January Edit in March really just kind of came to a head with You know really just suspending trips and canceling trips across the board because of all the restrictions that really started to come down really heavily And then when those restrictions came down I mean March. Thirteenth was a day where we had We had guests in destination. We had guests in Tunisia and the day before we had guests that were just about to return home from Galicia in Spain so it was pretty much a mad dash. You know all hands on deck to make sure that we could communicate with our guests and worked to try to get them Connected to the proper channels for re bookings so that they could get home safely and just really keep them informed as best we could as the information was changing minute by minute and that's pretty much at least on my side as I guess experience manager. That's been our main cushion. Goal is to really try to keep in front of the information as best. We can keep our travelers informed as these updates start to develop to utilize guest experienced. How tell your operations? So how did it affect you so I think one thing to keep in mind is the adults obscure us? Trips program is quite new. It's pretty young. In Twenty Sixteen. We had three departures in twenty seventeen. We had twelve and we had over one hundred twenty scheduled for twenty twenty so this was our big year. We had started really small. We're scaling quickly. So it was tough to have happen in the year that we were really kicking it up to a much bigger notch and then tap the skill back so quickly so I feel like that was an overarching feeling looking at this is we got. We went big so quickly and then we had to really retract and I think operationally that affects our relationships with the people we partner with on trips and our trips are run on such an individual basis often with one or two people in that destination. It's rarely with DMC And so we're really relying on those relationships and we had really leaned on those people and built those relationships in from one year to eight or ten and so figuring out how to manage it responsibly. And and take that in consideration And just be mindful of how we're all working through this together. It really came down to being really thoughtful about how to approach those relationships. Both for how the rest of this year unfolds. Also how we approach next year. Because that's the thing everybody as travelers we think about how all of this has affected the travel. But when you're in a business like these are the people who are relying on you and you've got to you know you've got to consider them as well especially for these people who so many of our trip leaders were in tourism. They aren't in tourism And so to go from just a couple of trips to a lot of the people I work with now running so many they made a shift and so this of course effects that shift And so they need to figure out how to shoot back or whatever it might be. What do you think guests are going to be looking full from tool provided in companies like us? Sure I mean I think that that is the the million dollar question in that. Everybody billion dollar million dollar question and there. There's there's so many conversations you know going on in the industry around that and I think that I mean I do think that there is going to be somewhat of a of a surge in particular markets and I think that there's GonNa be a retraction and others. I think that the main thing is that what we've been trying to do it. Atlas obscure in this time is maintaining the trust of our guests. I think that people really are going to want to travel with companies that they trust that they know will communicate with transparency and with clarity. And that's something that we've been working really hard to do because I think across the board that it's going to be a portent Especially when you're in a situation where like I said before. Nobody really knows exactly what's going to happen. But if you're with a company that you feel confident will be able to provide the correct information and get you in and out of whatever situation may be that that's going to be of a priority for people when they're choosing a company

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"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

03:45 min | 9 months ago

"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Piqued big. You know what I mean like. The big was great. But you know you know. Go clicking upward. You know it saving private Ryan castaway. I mean you look at that catalog. And he just did a beautiful day in the neighborhood. He's still he's still rocking okay. So those are two. That are very washable. Both on Netflix. I have another one that I watched this weekend because I have a seven year old son and he really really wanted to see it because he saw it on Netflix. And I watched it and I I'm recommending it only one. It was fun to kind of revisit. The movie space jam. I don't think anyone realizes how weird the plot and maybe the planet and seem weird when you were a kid but when you watch it now. The plot is completely insane aliens. There's an alien amusement park that is suffering for business so the Aliens Hatch a plan which is to come to earth and to steal like sort of the souls and talent of NBA players and to use them to create an incredible basketball team which they're always chance of of of stopping. The abduction of Michael Jordan is for Michael Jordan along with Bugs Bunny and Bill. Murray to beat them in a game of basketball. That is the plot of the or else. Michael Jordan will be slaved on a foreign planet playing basketball at an amusement park. That's the plot of the film. But the reason that I wanNA recommend this movie is basically because of how surreal. It is watching it so I remember about. It's two weeks ago now Watching watching the NBA. There's to a great games on Luca. Danni H was playing in the home game in Dallas and Zion Williamson was was scheduled to play the late game. Now the reason those games will be remembered forever is because you know as the The Dallas game was being played. You saw people across the stadium checking their phones including Mark Cuban because they were notified that Several players on the Utah Jazz had tested positive. For or at least at that point one player had tested positive for the corona virus. And in real time these people were watching. Tv were were watching them. Get information about this virus. And they're getting information at the League is going to be shut down so it cuts away to the late game. Which you know guys are about to take the court and guys are sprinting. Back into the locker room and fans are flooding out of the stadium. Real seen that I think will be remembered as sort of one of these very bizarre historical moments now in space jam. There is a scene where the aliens sneak into the Basketball Stadium and they become this missed and they fly up the nostrils of certain players on the court and those players fall ill in the middle of the game And easy well they get they get pulled off the court and everyone starts freaking out to the point where players don't want to go into the locker room because as afraid as some virus in there and the NBA Commissioner shuts down the NBA because of concerns about contagious virus. That is connect infected players. And there's this huge outright outcry Z. Nba's been canceled watching space jam scene and those couples scenes in light of what's happening or World. It's just surreal. It's just surreal. And I think I think it puts the the situation into an even more surreal context rewatching it. Also the other thing about spacium. The music is fantastic. What a great soundtrack.

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"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

04:26 min | 9 months ago

"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Own things probably already hopefully already binging on. But if you're looking for something new we're trying to help you out a little bit ear so Jesse once you tell them this you. This was your idea Jesse Nostalgia. You wanted to go. You wanted to go back to the treasure box. He'll toy chest. Good good coordination. So did you come up with okay. So I'm a big fan of the ringers series. I don't know if you guys listen ringer. Podcast with Bill. Simmons and Jason Renew those guys. They're all brilliant. I I love their podcasts. At work The Re watchable which is a lot of fun and they and they rewatch and kind of breakdown movies that the the contract of the show is back in the cable era. These were these. Were things that if you are flipping through the channels right. When people still channel surfed and happened to be just on randomly one afternoon on cable that you could jump into these movies at any point and really for even if you watch it for twenty minutes and be like. Oh that was great. I was so remarkable so two of mine are in what I think. Are the Mount. Rushmore of re watchable films. In that if you if you turned on the television and one of these films was on at any point you're gonNA sit down and you probably finish it out okay. The other one I take for another reason. All three are on Netflix. So you don't have to just go surfing. Cable channels defined the first the first is Shawshank redemption which Shawshank redemption. I'm pretty sure was on television for you. Know at alike on some channel at some point ninety nine percent of the time from my ages of like sixteen to Twenty eight I could turn on. Tv At almost any time and just jump into Shawshank redemption on some channel. When's the last time you guys have watched Shawshank? It has been loud. Has been a while it may. It may have been like. Yeah out of college price. I had my bag. I had my shashank phase in college. It's a great but if you're okay so if you're in college and one of the guys on the or people on the in the dorm are watching it and they're like halfway through and you pop in and you're probably finishing out the day. It is super remarkable. It's it's IT'S. I think critically was underrated movie when it came out but it has aged very well. It's a redemptive story if people don't know it's about a guy who's wrongfully sent to prison and how he deals with this time there's also you know. I think a lot of people still don't realize this a Stephen King adaptation even though there's no supernatural horror elements of the short story It's kind of a weird. Stephen King adaptation understand easing. But it's one of the best. Yeah but it's still one of the best thing Stephen King's the and I would put stand by me in that category. Two two of St Louis. Best adaptations but aren't really much warmer. Here's a much more sentimental view of the world than it gets credit for because the is often so dark but he really. I think believes that deeply moral universe? It seems like an Shawshank really kind of drives that home. And it's a it's a heartbreaking but also a really interesting movie okay the second one. This is another one. You can pop in this movie at any point you could. You could jump in at any scene and there's no way you're not watching it. That's Ferris Bueller. Stay off I mean come on like can you name a scene that you couldn't just turn it on and like I'll finish out this guy's in agreement with me Fairfield Day off pretty watchable always been a kid? It's good no. Yeah it's on Netflix. And in retrospect Pete Broderick Maverick. Better League never he never. He's been busy and he's been in some good stuff but I don't think he's ever better than anything as good as ferris irony. It's ironic we need to get into this now. But I feel like I feel like peak Broadway Broderick and the the same era of Tom Hanks. They both occupied sort of the same space which were sort of very charismatic. Witty kind of Wise Guy I every man and look I'm not shaded Matthew Broderick. I think he's done some great work later in his career. But I feel like Tom. Hanks is still Peqiin when Broderick definitely piqued big. You know what I mean like. The big was great. But you know you know..

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"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

09:26 min | 9 months ago

"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Out of my depth here but well. I think it's pretty cool. Show I it's to finish watching Tiger Kings. This get dark dark fortnight. All right. That'll do it for as long as soon as they due to. Smith joins us. You're listening to strangers by Mountjoy Judah in Chelsea Smith our the founders and lead patrons of thome a mega church that is innovating in the virtual church space with an APP that allows users to join services from their phones participate in guided prayers and other Christians from around the world a little ahead of the curve on that one as a matter of fact we recently spoke with Judah about virtual church in the era of Corona virus. How Christians can love their neighbors. Still practicing social distancing Jesse Doctor Judah how did it go? It was awesome and I always get really encouraged talking to you know. He's I told him this towards the end of the interview. You know he's just someone who no matter what the circumstances are. He has such an optimistic and encouraging disposition. All the time and he's also the one thing I think people may not appreciate about him is how into technology in analytics. He is to try to understand. Impact interest now And if you've been on the church home APP it is like you said how they are a bit of ahead of the curve there. They not only do like online church services and sermons and things like that but also have like guided prayers and ways read meet other Christians and so I really to know his perspective on how he thinks when we come out on the other side of this corona virus crisis. How is going to impact not just culture long-term but how it's going to impact the church. You know pro in profound ways for a very long time. And here's here's what he had to say. We are currently in a revolution. I don't mean that to be dramatic or demonstrative war emotional. I mean that because I think there's a lot of things that were not being honest about in terms of are connected in terms of the vase in terms of relationship For instance if I could pick on my own kind I think preachers communicators public figures leaders. We are. We are very ironically involved in this equation. We're very ironically involved in some of the statistics and the reading me. I got a lot of pastor friends. And we're all really good at telling stories than preaching communicating and sharing concepts and ideas and principles and ancient scripture. And yet oftentimes we are not practicing things like deep meaningful authentic genuine transparent relationship oftentimes passers churches Don't have a true up into genuine friend within the church pastor preach to lead and I think these are the kinds of things we're gonNA have to rethink. I think right now is we're all in what is essentially a global corn team. It's just causing us to ask them some some really important questions and not the least of which is you know. What's the point of this life? What really matters Losing love I know several people now. That are my friends that have been diagnosed. They have the virus and now it's like getting them treatment. What will this look like? Can this affect them long term? All of these things we're learning simultaneously is at least bring us to the conclusion that the thing that matters most in the world is loving relationship. I mean in hands down without question. We have to come to that conclusion and then kind of move from that baseline. Hopefully THAT'S A. That's a base we've always had but sometimes it feels like it's one that's being repaired. Do stuff love relationship. Now We build from their love of God relationship with God love with each other relationship you know and so I think I think we're in a revolution ban. I'm not trying to be dramatic There's enough drama as there is right now because this is absolutely so intense and so- unparalleled in uncharted unheard of but I think that's Th- reality of where we are. The church is going to change. I certainly hope that it does. And we're only going to get better at You know in ensuring that people are connecting on a real level of God with each other. I thought it was a really really interesting really interesting insights and I do think there's going to be a lot more people that are going to find ways to engage with the church online following this pandemic but it was interesting too because unsurprisingly one of the top guided prayers that were in the Church home. App. This week was about letting go fear The one you know the Guy Day prayers half the guy who prayers function on. This APP are very cool in that I don't know ten twelve minutes long and you You know it's very kind of meditative. Experience Judah reads a prayer that you can kind of pray along with a little teaching it. Each one's about a different topic. And it's so it's probably not surprising. That one about letting fear was trending this week and I wanted to ask him. You know straightforward. How can we deal with fear right now because I feel like that is one of you? Know they're such uncertainty about what the next couple of weeks are GONNA like but also with the future is going to look like long term. What's going to happen to the economy? What's going to happen to people's health and so so I wanted to ask him really flatly. What's as it is a Bible teacher? What's his thoughts on fear? The reality is were fear going to touch us off. That's the that's the reality and I think this idea that somehow but if you have enough state you won't feel won't touch you I I don't think in any way shape or form that that is the teachings of Jesus. I do not believe that. Are they Is this thing that somehow they keeps you from ever feeling the effects of the we live in a fallen world. We live in a in a in a planet. By definition that's been subject to futility is going to be pain there's GonNa be pestle there's GonNa Disease There's GonNa be mystery things that are outside of our control. I'm good things are going to happen to really bad people and Really really bad things. They're going to happen to really really good people. There's GonNa be mystery on this planet and does a result. We're all going to feel fear. I think the denial of fear is certainly not GonNa set in motion are on the path to faith and strength and courage and love. I do think a lot of it comes out of your definition of faith by definition of ages divine persuasion. I think that I had faith And I thank God for that. I think that falls in the category. I think that I can respond to the face but I think God has persuaded me and I think we're really passionate at Church home first of all two years ago our vision. Hey what if we could do church at home? What if we could be even more fiscally responsible? What if we could be what if we could spend thousands and reach million rather than spending millions to reach out and like what? What what what if we can rethink what have we didn't care Who got the credit? Didn't care about counting all the numbers and who gets to say who belongs to which church passionate about people living in you know. Jesus of Loving I. Can't you know all those? What if and I think it gets back to during this time of year. What my prayer is God? Persuade me again persuade me again and I think that's a beautiful prayer just like God. You persuaded me before that you were real and your big. And they're strong and you're powerful. You persuaded me that. I on my way to immortality that. I'm going to spend the afterlife. Would you wanna be with you forever and ever without end so now persuade me again in the short? Stay here on earth with all these pains and problems and mysteries and diseases and viruses that. We don't apparently have any team for at this point. Persuade me that you're with me that you love me that you would set me that I'm righteous in your family and while I'm having distance with friends and community remind me that you are not far and you are near you are with the and I think that's that's that's my passion right now is to get the message. That God is big enough to comfort us to persuade us to meet. Us encounter US and in and I believe people can. Experience is real love and in a sense of his His reality in the room wherever you are so those are those are the things that that you know. I'm trying to share encourage people around and it is a wild Ivan and the're gonNA touch us all to an extent and guys. I don't know if you have run into this too but there seems to be a major tension right now in tyler. I know there's something that you talked about. You know in the early Church When pandemics and plagues would sweep through Rome You know the way that the Roman Empire dealt with it was. They cast sick people out into the streets and everyone else stayed home man. It was awesome Christians that would go and care for them and that sort of how they developed a reputation. If you've read it read in talked a lot about that. Sweet Tyler yes.

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America's prepper culture kicks in

Correspondents Report

05:47 min | 9 months ago

America's prepper culture kicks in

"Americans know how to prep all saying it. In the movies there was even a US reality TV series called Doomsday prepares. The term prepa is often used to mock people who prepare often intensely for all kinds of calamities. These basic survival skills have come in handy. Recently as millions of Americans have stocked up to bunk down as the virus takes hold North America correspondent Catherine discs reflects on how she isn't a PREPA and in this case she really should have been so just come to do my and I'm not a precursor and it's a bit of a problem. Not many cans of food left the show so excited I might just be getting some of the basics milk. Get someone ask seems to even on is still for sale. There's no meat left. Looks like you know they get one. Y'All WanNa be Dr Americans certainly how to stock up now. Let's see is in the vet favorite commodity selects that sterling's long slow March. Is there any toilet Haifa? There is this is the Feast supermarket. I've aintree with as being no toilet paper and signs which say Judah High Demand. We're now limiting the quantity of units per person. So it looks like it's paper towel for now so that was my experience. Just one of the supermarkets. I visited over the weekend. You'd think that I would have been more prepared. I've been talking about panic. Buying on a Fidesz these food bank at the heart of New York's outbreak now making home deliveries to the elderly here. In the nation's capital businesses will shut from tonight. America has just upriver. I never have been. I think there was something about my upbringing with the mother who always had five of everything that put me off stockpiling. I genuinely height hoarding. My husband. Who is back in Australia for work? Stock to all the shelves before leaving two months ago knowing full. Will I'd only shop for food two days in advance. He said when he left. You've enough in the Fraser to last you about six weeks. I brushed off his concern when he suggested on three separate occasions last week. It's best to do a big shop. Hey shore shore turns out. He was right but I am making loss of a very serious situation at a costco in Georgia. A man was stabbed with a bottle over a packet over in New York. A food bank started home deliveries to society's most vulnerable they can't get out like some of us can like and I so for them. They are affected because they cannot eat and gun shops across the country have almost sold out. Show your bed is empty. Logan's empty guns handguns. Let's see what hanging is we have none and none none. You Guys WanNa see what amyloid have. Let's look at this almost none. No ammo this is happening everywhere. Right across the country. It's even prompted the Corona Virus Task Force to tell people to stop stockpiling one of the biggest problems. Here is a shortage of general medical supplies. He's an emergency department. Dr ON CNN. Through five months now. Six months worth of supplies in less than a week and we are scrambling we're scrambling and even to the point. Where these are in ninety five masks We've got three days of supply of and ninety five mass on hand in order to preserve these and get them the last longer. We have began. We've got a team. People sewing mass together. This is surgical sheeting and this is our prototype. We've got about three thousand of these made. We believe we can make two hundred thousand of them. It will take a few weeks but this is. This is the kind of what we're having to do because we don't know when that next shipment is coming. It's prompted the US president. Donald trump to enact a wartime power the defense production act giving him the control to order companies to make more supplies deemed necessary to national security and gives him the ability to take hold of the civilian economy to redirect those critical materials which are in such short supply towards protecting the nation. Tonight we don't know of any circumstance where these power has been used to combat a public health. Emergency we'll be invoking the defense production act just in case we need. It can do a lot of good things if we need it and we will We will have it all completed signing it and just a little while right after. I'm finished with this conference I'll be signing. It's prepared to go. In the first instance the act is most likely to be used to try and source face masks and ventilators which have so far been in short supply. As the nation has grappled with ways to contain. The outbreak

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Covid-19 hits Thailand's tourism industry

Correspondents Report

02:50 min | 9 months ago

Covid-19 hits Thailand's tourism industry

"Thousands of travelers are canceling or postponing travel because of nineteen and hitting the tourism industry. Hard of course Bangkok a popular destination for Ozzy. Tourist is feeling the brunt as foreign visitors. All but disappear but it also means that places. The normally crowded can be enjoyed in relative peace as Southeast Asia correspondent Amy Bainbridge reports. We're on a boat to CO CREATE. A small island in Bangkok. It's a great place to cycle and have a poke around local markets and the Thai food. He is delicious when I first visited. Co Create. We were shoulder to shoulder with other visitors from the Bush to get here but last weekend there was plenty of room while normally elbowed and rushed as you disembark. This time it was pleasant with just a few dozen people getting off the boat. It was painful to cycling. Around the island steering clear of just a handful of scooters and pedestrians. It's now quiet at popular. Tourist spots in Bangkok and across the region. Tourist numbers have dropped sharply. Judah covered nineteen three weeks ago. My family and I were among just fourteen passengers on a plane to Cambodia. That could have sated. One hundred eighty travelers. It's the same around the Grand Palace in Bangkok when I visited early January authority. Amac NEVER RETURN. The Queues. Were huge and the crowds with thick and pushy. Now there's some serenity at the populace spots around the city while it's good for the few tourists and local still getting out to enjoy the best of Bangkok the businesses who depend on tourism to survive finding it extremely tough last month when the downturn was starting to bite and Chinese tourists stopped coming. We were out filming a story on Thai tourism. We met one senator who sells flowers. Not far from one of the main pees on the child prior river. She's made a living this way. For twenty years she blinked Back Tees. She described just how difficult trading had become the album. Leon I haven't sold anything. She told us a wonder if I would survive today. All we'll have enough money to buy food. I came late today as there are no two groups a came around eleven. Am and finished organizing around noon. And now I'm waiting for customers. The BANGKOK POST SAYS TOURIST ARRIVALS TO THAILAND dropped by forty four percent in February.

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"judah" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"judah" Discussed on KOMO

"Daniel Judah who was with friends and family they were visiting the Science Center and then we're right in front of a Donald's on third and pine when bullets flew Erik Larson's a friend of the family tragically the the woman that killed was on the pavement not far from where they were struck so from the tragic we had surgery yesterday that bullet shattered his left femur but he's doing while she whether still hospitalized including a thirty two year old man and a fifty five year old woman Carly Johnson come on news Seattle is safe according to police chief Carmen best but in the wake of the deadly gunbattle Wednesday building owners are expressing a very different point of view as we hear from couples Corneil chief best admits gang violence is a problem and so are illegal guns but she also says Seattle is one of the safest major cities in the country that observation is based in part on a decline in reported crimes rod Kauffman as president of the building owners and managers association he says his members were surveyed recently and they tell a different story he tells in the survey according to five years ago not as safe by quite a bit I mean are members of the people own and manage these office buildings in downtown Seattle Bellevue and they're telling us that in several different questions that we asked of they're not as safe or tennis don't feel safe he says members often don't bother to report theft and property damage because they say police are often too busy to respond to change that Kaufman believes police staffing levels must go up Corwin hake komo news coming up it's not every day someone offers you a free house I'm Brian Calvert in these pieces of history can be yours on just one condition nine oh four it's Friday but something to traffic with a terrible traffic day yesterday Jordan how we doing today today we're looking at fairly typical volumes of which is really nice but I am hearing of some road work that's taking place right now unexpected roadwork south on I five near Berkeley and so that's what's causing the backups into that area I am hearing though that it's supposed to wrap up around nine fifteen so hopefully some relief in sight soon we had a crash east bound by twelve near meridian that's no longer blocking so those backups are starting the day now but it is still a busy drive from the mall north and I five is going to be happy in Seattle permit Boeing field to Seneca meanwhile south on I five pockets of slowing out of Lynn wouldn't into shore line and then it's very heavy pulling away from north gate and working away under the convention center south and four five still busy from five to seven much of the way through Kirkland north bound for five remains I have a drive thru rented in you also deal with them crowding in fact toria if you're traveling on westbound I. ninety the backup start around island crest way and they're going to be.

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"judah" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"judah" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"One word our natural. What our What she wants a decade ago? I never thought I would be at thirty three on the BERTA combustion North Koreans but against that comes the terrorists. You're anonymous podcast. Never ending rents on sunscreen. Judah you I need you to see all that can take and use code. Netted seems like Pasta Bill the craft. They may day in the. Oh here she comes watch out cream. She'll scoop you up. Oh here she comes. She's beautiful.

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Philadelphia Police Searching For Man Who Stole Tip Jar From Bustleton Restaurant On Christmas

KYW 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Police Searching For Man Who Stole Tip Jar From Bustleton Restaurant On Christmas

"Search is on for whoever ripped off at your muscles and restaurant on Christmas night use the YWCA comic that video shows a man looking at a paper menu at the counter inside the Judah Mediterranean grill across town road Bustleton even grabs a tip jar and conceals it behind the menu and walks out of the restaurant your holy abattant who works at the kosher eatery tell CBS three I witness news the money belonged to the employees working that night to see that everybody's working on holiday all the girls they put all our heart into it you know working hard in Indiana my there's this is what it there was a lot of money in there there definitely was workers at a neighboring business see the same man was seen in their place shortly before wandering into the Jew to Mediterranean grill the video has been posted on Facebook and tips on who the tip jar thief could be or being offered Giambi WQOW news right one

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Brooklyn Tenants Homeless 8 Months After Fire Take Landlord To Court

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Brooklyn Tenants Homeless 8 Months After Fire Take Landlord To Court

"A rally in Brooklyn today by tenants left homeless by fire nearly a year ago they are demanding their landlord finally fix the building right now nine months of sleeping on couches and in hotels for half the tenets of one eighty east eighteenth street Gail nurse among the eighteen of him basically it's frustrating and it's like you try to hold on to your sanity the displacement adding insult to injury after an electrical fire consumed the top floor in February I was right below the fire I'm on the fifth floor and my place was what is so the tenants lawyers say the building has over four hundred twenty H. B. D. violations and several stop work orders for improper repairs tenants in court today like Sunday best men are fed up with landlord Judah Rosenfeld we're not here to bay we're here to the man they're demanding compensation but most importantly prepare

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President, Trump And Macron discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:02 min | 1 year ago

President, Trump And Macron discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"The amazon's devastation and climate change among the key issues for world leaders at the g seven and so it made news when president trump was a no show for today's meeting on climate change. This was the image an empty seat was left at the table for him. I'm the president tonight also facing other questions. Did he have second thoughts about his trade war with china. After that moment he was asked about it and tonight the president now suggesting his own hotel for the next seven promising each country could have their own villa their own bungalow a._b._c.'s chief white house correspondent jonathan karl traveling with the president in france after a whiplash weekend of mixed messages president trump today declared his meetings with world leaders a rousing success. There was tremendous unity. It was great unity but it was the the president himself who created a cloud of confusion. He arrived in france having just announced. If new tariffs on china the next day he seemed to regret it. It's pretty sure months with the second second thoughts about everything but his aides scrambled to take that back white house press secretary stephanie grisham issuing a statement saying the only thing the president regrets is not on raising the tariffs higher on friday. President trump branded chinese president xi jinping an enemy of the united states but today i think president and she is a great leader who happens to be a brilliant man. I think they want to make a deal. I'm not sure they have a choice. Standing beside president trump french the president macron made his position clear judah. What's bad for the economy. He said uncertainty president macron talked a little bit about instability ability and the worry in the markets and around the globe about instability one of the things that comes from as as you talked about global economic instability auto consider what is the back and forth and the changing statements from yourself so that salary it's the way i negotiate

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"judah" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"judah" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"An an holiday is the standard way to spell it go to do to holiday dot com and listened to a couple of his tracks all that i got tonight and the other one is has called your widdling yeah good life because that's the name of your album isn't a good life and you really feel you're. You're living the good life now outright judah. Is that how it that's for sure yeah. It's amazing how far you've come. How long did you contemplate rehab before. Were you actually did it so i really never thought that i would go into rehab. I kind of entered rehab out of fear of losing my wife wife. Honestly it wasn't like an ultimatum in any way it was just i got to a point where i just felt like i had no control over myself else and it felt like if felt like i felt like i couldn't even decide if you'll like the decision was in my hands 'cause like i care so much about her. My family that like at the level i got it. Just wasn't an option anymore. It was like you need to go in and detox yourself and just remove yourself from the everyday stresses and and stuff that goes on with pursuing a very very difficult career in music and that has use fame but just has to do with like earning a living being musician very art on top of that trying to be like a off musician. You know stuff like that. It's just it's just a very difficult thing to achieve and it's very it's an unlikely unlikely thing to achieve that you wear. 'em now like i've i've always striving to do better and i think everybody is. I had an episode back back in november of two thousand eighteen where i was hospitalized and right out of the hospital..

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"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"judah" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Former mute math artists drummer Darren king and singer Casey musk graves the album pushes on rebound re's as it tackles intimate personal themes. We spoke to Judah and Nate from the band about the album Jesse tell us about it. Yeah. So I was really kind of eager to talk about the salvo and era fan of the band. I love them. They're dudes that live here in my world. So yeah. Yeah. And so I you know, that pack talks in. There's a lot of references to like therapy and counseling and. You know, I wanted to dig into what was kind of the story that inspired this because really heavy and I talked to their frontman Judah who they had this big album few years ago. They're out on tour. You know, they had the song take it all back, which was sort of this unexpected top forty hit and their experience a lot of success. But back home, his his parents who you know. He was very close to Sargon through a divorce and his mom. Sorry. Struggling with alcoholism the same time. He had a aunt that overdosed. And so he's experiencing these. Professional highs, but it's really going through some personal lows. And so he looked at music as a way of being able to kind of talk about this, really difficult stuff. And he talked in the interview about why that was unnatural thing. But something he wanted to work through. Here's here's what he had to say. Like, a natural bottler vital that lot of..

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"judah" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

KEXP Song of the Day

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"judah" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

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"judah" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"judah" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"That's awesome last question judah said that in this was in relation to your question or what's the impact he wants have on the world he believes that we are suffering from a lack of love on a grand scale what do you think about that we let me change it to compassion sure because i think love gets a little nebulous the way that people use it but compassion i think is is in startling ly low supply like when you look at just the absurd arguments that happened politically like just ask yourself what can i do to make their life better and they should be asking what can they do to make my life better and now the sudden instead of it being this divisive thing we're both looking at okay like how do we come together and both win and when you care about the other person actually getting something out of the exchange and you say this person also has feelings and would want something great out of this like then we might actually be able to get somewhere excuse me and so having compassion at like just every stratosphere i think is really really important that doesn't mean that you don't play to win i'm trying to win but i'm trying to win by doing something amazing i'm not trying to win by you knocking off somebody else's thing and trying to kick their sandcastle so that i think is just it's it's such a beautiful exchange whenever it happens like have you seen love actually i have all right on the whole thing at the very end.

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"judah" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"judah" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Judah about you quoted him and you said let's see if i got here he he said i don't want to live what i preach i want to preach what i live and it's first of all it's interesting to hear his story about the pitfalls he sees preachers getting into when they have they start to say well i don't do that but as long as i'm telling the congregation to do that it's good i don't live that way and he said he rejected that whole idea so can you talk about that and bring in another idea that you talk about a lot which is a congruence yeah this is this is probably the most powerful driver in my life where i adhere to the things that i teach because i want to feel a certain way about myself when i'm saying it and i wanna feel that like this is powerful this is cool this is what i actually do and this works in my life this is how i had been successful and like to have that era gance of there's nothing anyone can say about it because it's actually what i'm doing and so because you never know if i was feeling that way when i say it or not no one had ever no but i i want that feeling and that feeling is so important to me and so powerful to me that it keeps me on the straight narrow and the one that i will say that it it saves me over and over and over and over is monday through friday if i'm awake i might they're working or working out because i will go to do something and no one is watching and i'm like but if you do that you're not working or working out fuck.

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"judah" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"judah" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Gets a fair shake if you need signing because your hard of hearing and that's a challenge we're going to get a signer to help you if you if you're if you're in a wheelchair we're going to get you if if you speak a different language or going to try to find a translator we want everyone in the room to get a fair shake at hearing about the fact that they're loved and they belong here it's cool i love that answer so before i asked my last question where can these guys find you online well churchill one h has kind of our new name we want to be a home for humanity where there's a family where there's a home is a family's kind of our things so churchill one h dot org you can kind of find information there and my email is judah at church home dot org that's my really mill so you can email me if like if it's a nice thing judah church home dot org and that's that's us awesome and my last question what's the impact that you want to have on the world a what i actually think we're suffering from a lack of love on a grand scale on epic scale it might be the greatest epidemic in the world maybe it always has been i think things holistic things like racism are symptomatic of the fact we don't feel up we don't feel like we matter we don't feel like we're valued and so we devalue each other and we fight and we wore my passion is to love people into express that love that i believe ultimately comes from god so that's my passionate life.

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"judah" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"judah" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Orders of our time he's got insights wisdom and a deep humility that transcend faith and denomination and make his message truly accessible to all so please help me in welcoming the new york times bestselling author who is changing the face of religion one instagram posted a time judah smith big oh thank you for being what are the intro i wanna beat that guy you you made that very easy very easy because i've seen you speak and i've seen you speak live now the great irony of all of this is that a mutual friend of ours who happens to be jewish is the guy that took me to see you speak and he was saying that you know regardless of faith nomination he was like every time i go see judah speak i feel better and i thought wow that's actually really interesting so i wanted to go wanted to see it for myself and i was captivated is the right word and as somebody who at least makes part of my living speaking i was astonished in fact i had a moment like you had you played so you played basketball i did the hooper and you played against tracy tracy mcgrady okay tracy mcgrady and you said you saw him play it made you want to quit did that's a true story seeing you speak made me always on deadly serious it was crazy thank you so before we get into that i know that we'll talk more about that later but i want to start with p carroll the seahawks and leadership.

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"judah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"judah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Meets alpine highs being judah hearings village to report on the uprisings and hilbert's is the author of the new book patriot number one as soon as he got to my house he was very intent on giving to flushing and starting a life and he had all of these goals he wasn't going to stay in my house forever turns out she was right doin has a place of his own now he drove us there he actually drives a lot he's an uber driver now his home is tucked away on a suburban looking street still in flashing there are manicured front lawns leafy sidewalks driveways it's the very picture of middle class but in the basement beneath one of those homes there's a different story swung his wife and two young sons are crammed into this basement they all sleep together in one small bedroom they share a bathroom and a tiny kitchen with two other people who also rents space down here there scarcely any room to move around but drawn still insists on certain.

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