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G Loot Announces Massive Raise, Intentions to Expand to NA

The Esports Minute

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

G Loot Announces Massive Raise, Intentions to Expand to NA

"Has been stockpiling money in nineteen the company raised twenty, five million, and is followed that up with another massive rates there. Now, over eighty million dollars raised in total. The main aspect of the company is the global loot leak that league hosts on offline tournament and his work with partners like ten cent a Pudgy Corporation for mainstream Gamers, they're one of the leading companies in the game fixation space. There are a ton of companies that advertise the ability to earn while you play but Jeez loot is one of the leaders dilute awards money completing. They offer free challenges, but also wants with entry fees. The business model is to then take a rake or a small percentage of the total price bull for facilitating the challenge. That's the same business model as casinos and sports books. The goal for this new raise is to expand the player base increase operations in north, America they're also hoping to expand into console gaming says being found in Two Thousand Fifteen Judas focused on the. PC gaming space. If they can break into call market something that might be a little bit more difficult, given the betting adjacent nature of the company that will create massive growth will be crucial for catching on in next be on the look out for you might see more of the company shortly that's office

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Lana Del Rey criticized for wearing mesh mask to poetry reading

Nightly Pop

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Lana Del Rey criticized for wearing mesh mask to poetry reading

"Celebrities don't seem to give. Teresa. Judas posted a video for her daughter's birthday party without a single mass insight and Lana del Rey recently were Mesh facemask while meeting fans at her book signing show a Ha. What do we think about this? If I'm wearing a mask? Place. I go and getting lipstick everywhere I think these bitches can wear a mask I have to say, okay I'm concerned about both but I'm more concerned about llamas because she's doing a book signing. So there's. Influx of people that are coming in and out. Into a building, and she doesn't know who they are. They're not fam- family or friends. These are just regular people who are coming in and out is just completely irresponsible if out the seeing that transparent mass though I would have been out of the air told her is a little something about ourselves. We're living in a time where obviously we all know the risks. Now on that note though that is a great mask of all the masks I've ever seen that is the coolest one. I was laughing and then I stopped. I. Pass that comet by hundred. But I will say llamas people just for their part did say that she tested negative, which is why she wore the Mesh math and that she was staying six feet away from fans look at some of these fan pictures that was not a six feet distance like she was very close to some of these people that were alarmed closer than six feet I mean that's extremes me. Even inches even she. TESTED NEGATIVE Everyone, they're tested negative it's just it's this is why you're waiting rounds. We are waiting for saying that they're testing negative and that we find out later the next day they test positive and. Spreading, it's everybody around him who's been around them so you can't that.

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Strong Job Growth, a Terrible Job Market: The Bizarre 2020 Economy

WBBM Late Morning News

00:24 sec | 3 weeks ago

Strong Job Growth, a Terrible Job Market: The Bizarre 2020 Economy

"In September to sign the economy is weaving without the corona virus vaccine or fresh government aid. Payroll growth was cut in half in September. With the economy recovering just 661,000 jobs. Unemployment fell to 7.9% of people quit the labor force. Major job cuts of airlines and blue chip signal Trouble ahead Ponytail Judas NewsRadio 7 81 5.9 Parents

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Has Scott Morrison spent too much?

Between The Lines

09:41 min | 3 weeks ago

Has Scott Morrison spent too much?

"Me. If you've already heard me mention this but one of my favorite quotes during the covid crosses a pdf the guardian. This is the British lift wing newspaper. Now, this was the heart of the coronavirus crisis. It would have been light much quote just as there are no atheists on a sinking ship, there are no free marketeers during a pandemic. Now, the author of that apt quote Jonathan Freedland, he was referring to the audio logical revolution within the British conservative. Party. Now, according to Freedland Boris Johnson's his have defied four decades of thatcherism small-state free-market, thinking I to spend staggering amounts of money and then subsidizing the wages of workers. Could the same thing be said about Australia's Liberal Party they're the party of Howard and Costello now embraces big-spending high deficit government interventionism. And is a permanent state of affairs poor kilis editor at large of the Australian US pipe and Judas Brit is emeritus professor of politics at Latrobe University poll judy welcome back to the show. Hristo Paul, you've written to calms about this subject in the past week, summarize your faces. Will Martha is that all parties and all governments have to respond to the times in which they find themselves on display in Australia. Now we face an extraordinary economic crisis and the response reveals the nature of Scott Morrison, his prime minister and the Mars and government. So Morrison, not responding as Liberal Party progressive or is it Liberal Party conservative? He doesn't see himself in those terms his responses pragmatic selects able and practical. He's not inhibited by former policy and audio logical icons of the Liberal Party. Say What we say is the government has abandoned the long-term syllabus aspirations. It's A. Big Spending government it's a government government intervention focused on Keynesian demand management. It does however on the Liberal Party tradition of tax cuts will see next week. So it's prepared to regulate or deregulate according to the situation according to what's required. So to sum up say that Morrison wants to be defined by results and outcomes not philosophical principle. Okay. You mentioned the tax cuts leaving that aside traditional liberal governments are about balancing the books Paul, how much an as do you think aries in the Liberal Party about in the parliament and outside about these handouts to preserve jobs and livelihoods? Are. I. Don't think there's much on these at all OPTIMA and Tom. and. A couple of reasons for this if there is to be on, he's He's will come through the down the track, but essentially what's happening here is to govern is following the Orthodoxy or what you might call the new Orthodoxy in terms of meeting the financial and economic crisis. So roller response is sort of radical. It's also conventional. The official family is working together very closely. The Treasury the Reserve Bank, what the government is doing is essentially supported by private-sector economists. It's in law and with Patrick amended by the VCD and the IMF not the cabinet is very nodded, the Prime Minister and the treasurer are working very closely together so far the results look good. I think the Overwhelming sentiment on the back benches. Support, the government strategy in the hope that this gives individual employees, the chance of actually being reelected and my will give the government the chance of being reelected. So the reinvention of Australian liberalism is on full display with this budget judith break you agree with Paul Kelly about the the audio logical significance of these changes but actually think the government had much choice in that sense I do think we can see something audio logical preferences in a couple of the policies poor mentioned the tax cuts they've chosen tax cuts over for example, committing to a permanent increase in new act now co Job Seca. They've also, for example, if we look at the way, they wanted to stimulate the housing market. They've gone for giving money to individual owners rather than, for example, embarking on a social housing project. So I think in some of the means, we can still see some of the ideological preferences of the Patty. One of the things I've wondered when I've been watching the events unfold. If Labor had won the last election was in government with the Liberals have supported the same levels of spending or would they have if you like stayed in the sort of ideological bunker bean and attacked the blow out of the deficit? I mean, it's a hypothetical. In some ways I think we've been very lucky that it's been the liberals and the coalition in government because they can sense being able to Ghana much more support. I, think than I have been able to do for the same levels of spending but isn't cameras response to the COVID crosses more consistent with other Western governments during the pandemic Judy. Yes that's what I think. I had much option but the question is if the coalition of being opposition, would they have supported a Labor government going? You've written a lot about this have many many decades about when orthodoxies or overturned. It's usually bipartisan is that you'll since if the coalition cypher argument's sake wherein opposition I would have gone along with this big spending interventionism. Look are essentially agree with what Judy's said about this I think in a sense we're. Fortunate, if you liked that the coalition's in government because it's taken all the big spending decisions. and. Lay has been prepared to go along with back. In fact, it's argued that there should be even more spending. So in that sense, we've had a broad degree of thought-out ship within the economic framework. It is hot the typical of course to tron speculate about what would have happened if alive had been in office doing this but I do think that the coalition in opposition would have been tempted to make caught a lot of criticisms and to suggest that the spending had gone too far. There's a big difference for party thing in government managing across and being an opposition. Cape with this theme of a political realignment among center right parties around the Western world. If you think about Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen, he tapped into widespread anxieties. America's rust belt. What can class constituencies? Boris Johnson showed last December, he resonated with traditional British Library voters in the Midlands and northern England. Judy. Do you think that Morrison in a wise doing the same thing here in Australia? Now, I think they're very different sorts of crises. I mean the pandemic is an external. Crisis, it's not being caused by politics in any way it's not back nationalism versus globalism or any of those things, and so I don't agree with that. I agree with what Paul was saying earlier that Morrison's shown himself to be pragmatic and quick footed in this and I think we're lucky for that. But I I don't think that this lines up with bricks and with trump's appeal to the rest spilled poor Kelly. Well I think conservatism is changing if you look at. America Britain Australia and there's not a dopey getting very significant changes into servitude. Thought. Different changes argued very strongly that there are very substantial differences between Donald Trump and Scott Morrison. I think people who argue that. Morrison is a pilot version of DONALD TRUMP MAUREEN DOWD in the New York Times by the way, but go on. I think. I think turned him mentally misunderstand the situation I. Think the change in conservatism is very dramatic in the United States. If you'd like because we've got the transition from Ronald, Reagan who a generation ago was the great conservative champion, and now we have Donald Trump, who if you lock is a populist conservative? And that transformation is simply enormous install ending content I mean trump violates all the virtues of conservatism in terms of restraint prudence disciplined respect. Regard for the political system, he thrives on division. So he likes all the traditional conservative norms, and then when looks at his policies. Well he's sabotage the global trading system. He's an arch protectionist. He's engaged in this trade war with China he's appraised dictators and suspicious about. So I guess one of the Fundamental Christians here is the extent to which trump is an aberration. And the extent to which post trump American concert is we'll have to try and create a new position cognisant of the damage that trump has done to the traditional Republican Party

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"judas" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

03:09 min | Last month

"judas" Discussed on The Bible Binge

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"judas" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

03:25 min | Last month

"judas" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"So now we're GONNA move to Luke Chapter Twenty, two you and the reason we're doing the story in three different places is mostly because each of the storytellers are telling robust sections but not one of them tells the full the full story. So Luke Twenty Verse Thirty Nine, and he came out and went as was his custom to the Mount of Olives and. The disciples followed him and when he came to the place, he said to them pray that you may not enter into temptation and he withdrew from them about a stone's throw and knelt down and prayed saying father if you're willing remove this cup from me nevertheless, not my will but yours be done and there appeared to him an angel from Heaven Strengthening Ham okay. What do you think that this is the thought bar what do you think? Well. I know like. Strengthening here okay. Physically strengthening, see I like the high man I like the Reggae Horn of like come on man. Like you're going to be crucified. You're doing this for your child like it's GonNa be Great. Some carb Gel things that you get like half marathon on like. Is passing him is he married massaging what's he do? Talent him off and everything. I did see I saw two interesting things I I the verse forty two that you talked about where he's like if you're willing take this Cup from me, not my will be done There's a scholar novel goelden highs I'm sure I got that correctly he said the usual man of prayer at that time was to staining tuition for the fact that he's kneeling shows like the violence of his struggle stand out to to the IT does go on to say in verse forty four and being an agony he prayed more earnestly in his sweat became like drops of blood falling down to the ground and when he rose from prayer, he came to the disciples. And they were also praying. Right, there is closed. He found them sleeping for sorrow and he said to them why are you sleeping rise pray that you may not enter into temptation something and maybe more I saw that even like the most conservative of Biblical, scholars suggest that forty three and forty four about the angel coming in helping him that they were late additions like they were interested in their from a much later skull. Jesus really haven't tough Tom. You probably had like an angel like help him out me. Mike you. Here's the thing I. I feel like Jesus in this manner I kind of try to imagine what again I, always like to think about what Jesus is vibe Wazoo, and he knows what's about to happen. It's not just Judas betraying him right? He knows they're all GonNa fall away. He says that in another passage about the last supper like 'cause we we're GONNA get a Peter Denying him. All these things are gonNA happen and I liked it. He's like you guys you have no idea what's about to happen I need you to just pray please they're like we've had so much bread wine lake so much body. It was bottomless breadsticks Bro. Dire. Leading up against Thaddeus fired you know like I think even if you're I like I don't mean to be started to do this. But I like to look at it as just a story characters in the story and one of my taking and I think this. It's really important sequence because I. Think we're so used to just like Jesus lose like Bram Healing Indu and people from the dead now. And like we forget, we know he's fully guy for human but we don't always get a ton of those moments that showcase and this is one of those moments where we get the this is hard. This isn't just like, oh, figured out Kris fiction probably it's tough but I'll deal with it..

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Bible Study: Lamentations 1-2

The Bible Recap

05:22 min | 2 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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"judas" Discussed on MT. ROCKMORE – THE BOWER SHOW

MT. ROCKMORE – THE BOWER SHOW

03:00 min | 2 months ago

"judas" Discussed on MT. ROCKMORE – THE BOWER SHOW

"Getting the kids back to school check out our other mount rock more ventures that the Bauer show dot com. Recently, we tackle them out rock more of the fortieth anniversary for AC DC's back in black. We did Arrowsmith Z. Z. top a little health, MAR NFL network POWs. We cover the Beastie Boys Analysis and change as well. Now after fifty one years, thirty singles, sixteen studio albums, and. Mass of studio and live material to take into consideration all of which. Who you talk about evolving since the band's inception. You'RE GONNA find your brain in panic mode just like me attempting to try to figure out through dozens of monumental tracks and then be the judge of those monumental tracks and the jury and the executioner to try to pick out four career defining songs of Judas. Priest. Now, the Judas Priest story begins in a world where man had just walked on the Moon Jimi Hendrix. Janice Joplin were storming the Woodstock Festival on the highest grossing film. At the UK box office was something called carry on camping I. Don't know what it was but here in the US, you had butch cassidy and the Sundance kid listen I'm fully aware that I will not be able to satisfy every. You claim yourself to be a leather clad metalhead bedazzled all they own with priest Lake studs I'll probably piss off a few of you mental army goers more than a mosh pit filled with Mormons but. These guys melted my ear holes as a young lad of thirteen when I went to see them at the Cow Palace San Francisco for my very first concert and these metal gods deserve and most obeyed Lee receive a play in period end of list full stop there's too much that will get left out when you are only carring four songs into the face of this Mount Rushmore for Judas priest songs. So before you find yourself curled up in the fetal position trying to argue the tough decisions and I'll be making here see what I sacrificed for you. This song as a play in was never released as an official single. It has survived the test of time as a fan favourite and as a cornerstone of Judas, priest's live performances and you two are getting it live the live version presenting arguably the strongest vocal performance from Rob Hallford in this entire Mount Rushmore episode I give you the priest playing. Chris Jericho Fauzi says all time favorite priests tune. He even likes the way that Rob Helford sings the shit out of this song and the pronunciation of the title word when he screams. The sentinel here on Mount Rushmore disgraced. South. Come to the Landau..

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Cohen's book foreword: Trump 'wouldn’t mind if I was dead'

Pat Thurston

05:46 min | 2 months ago

Cohen's book foreword: Trump 'wouldn’t mind if I was dead'

"The book is that is written by Michael Cohen. This book has not yet been published. It's going to be released, I think, on September 7th But what he did Dio was he released the forward to his book, The introduction. The introduction to his book, and it says, Ah, lot Now I found this Tio. I went to disloyal the book dot com That's the name of the book Disloyal. And the foreword to the book is published at Disloyal the book dot com and I want to share with you some of what this, says An and I hope you will be patient with me because I am going to read what Michael Cohen says. And it's scary stuff that he's talking about, and this is just the prelude. This is just the introduction to what the book contains. He says. The president of the United States wanted me dead. Or let me say it the way Donald Trump would. He wouldn't mind if I was dead. That was how Trump talked like a mob boss, using language, carefully calibrated to convey his desires and demands while at the same time employing deliberate in direction to insulate himself and avoid actually ordering a hit on his former personal attorney. Confident constantly, Eri and at least in my heart. Adopted son. I'm I'm skipping around on this, by the way, because it's way too long for me to share with share all of it with you. Ever since I had flipped and agreed to cooperate with Robert Mueller in the special counsel's office, the death threats had come in by the hundreds enraged Trump supporters vowed to kill me and I took those threats very seriously. The president called me a rat and tweeted angry accusations at me as well as my family. All rats deserve to die. I was told I was a low life Judas and they were going to hunt me down. President Trump controlled all the levers of the commander in chief, and all the Overton covert powers that come with the highest office in the country. He also possessed a cult like hold over his supporters, some of them demonstrably unhinged and willing to do anything to please or protect the president. I knew how committed these fanatics were because I've been one of them on acolyte obsessed with Donald J. Trump, a demented follower willing to do anything for him, including as I vowed, wants to a reporter. To take a bullet. On the eve of my public testimony, lying in the still of the night in my hotel room, taking a bullet assumed a completely different meaning. Hey, Michael Cohen. This is a quote. Hey, Michael Cohen. Do your wife and father in law know about your girlfriends? GOP representative Matt gets tweeted me that night to cite just one example of the juvenile idiocy and menace aimed in my direction. Quote. I wonder show remain faithful. When you're in prison. She's about to learn a lot. It's not just that it's juvenile. It is menacing. It is disturbing it is. You know what it is? It is obstruction of justice. It's witness tampering is what it is. To half of Americans, it seemed like Trump was effectively a Russian controlled fraud who had lied and cheated his way to the White House to the other half of Americans to trump supporters. The entire Russian scandal was a witch hunt invented by Democrats still unable to accept the fact that Hillary Clinton had lost fair and square in the most surprising upset in the history of American presidential elections. Both sides were wrong. Trump had colluded with the Russians, but not in the sophisticated ways imagined by his detractors. I also knew that the Mueller investigation was not a witch hunt. Trump had cheated in the election with Russian connivance as you will discover in these pages because doing anything and I mean anything to win has always been his business model and way of life. Trump had also continue to pursue a major real estate deal and deal in Moscow. During the campaign, he attempted to insinuate himself into the world of President Vladimir Putin and his coterie of corrupt billionaire oligarchs. I know Because I personally ran that deal and kept Trump and his Children closely informed of all updates, even as the candidate blatantly lied to the American people, saying there's no Russian collusion. I have no dealings with Russia. There's no Russia. I knew trump better than anyone else did. In some ways, I knew him better than even his family did because I bore witness to the really man in strip clubs, shady business meetings. And in the unguarded moments when he revealed who he really waas a cheat. A liar, a fraud, a bully a racist, a predator. A con man. I know where the skeletons are buried because I was the one who buried them. When Trump wanted to reach a president, Russian President Vladimir Putin via a secret back channel. I was tasked with making the connection in my Keystone Kop fashion. I stiffed contractors on his behalf, ripped off his business partners lied to his wife, Melania, hide its sexual Infidelities and bullied and screamed at anyone who threatened trumps path to power. From golden showers in a sex club in Vegas to tax fraud. Two deals

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Can Your Diet Help Reduce Stress?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:07 min | 2 months ago

Can Your Diet Help Reduce Stress?

"What nutritional things can we do to help our stress levels and what can we do about the belly fat that being more stressed makes us onto. Well Kristen is not the only one feeling more stressed. In recent months the American Psychological Association conducts an annual poll to gauge overall stress levels in the population and the specific things that people are stressed about change from year to year. But the overall level of stress remains fairly constant even in the best of times, the majority of Americans report living with moderate to high levels of stress and they feel that their stress levels aren't healthy. Well, not surprisingly a new poll conducted in April and May of twenty twenty found that reported stress levels have jumped up considerably in response to the global. Pandemic. As. Many of us know all too well reaching for sweets or other comfort foods is a typical coping mechanism when we're stressed and with many people cooped up at home stress and boredom eating is definitely on the rise leading to weight gain, and if that weren't bad enough research does suggest that when we're stressed those comfort calories may lead to weight gain more quickly because of those high cortisol levels that Kristen mentioned. A couple of months ago I actually gave an online workshop with some strategies to help reduce stress eating, and if you missed that the replay is still available, you can access that at way less dot life slash healthy at home way last life slash healthy at home for some strategies to reduce stress eating. But wouldn't it be great if there were foods or nutrients that could defuse anxiety and ward off the negative effects of daily stress? No wonder I see. So many magazine and Web articles about Stress Busting Foods. Unfortunately, a lot of these are just puff pieces with little to no scientific basis sometimes, however, journalists will interview actual scientists about the research. The problem is that researchers often use that word stress to means something very different than what the general population of stress and that often leads to confusion. When we say we're stressed. We usually mean that we feel overwhelmed or anxious too many demands, deadlines and worries and not enough time money and energy to get it all done. Researchers on the other hand often measure physiological stress responses which don't necessarily correspond to our psychological experience. So when they report that food or a nutrient has an effect on stress that doesn't necessarily mean that you will feel better or. When you eat it let me just give you one example. In a story on the connection between Diet and stress researcher Robert. Ludwig told the morning edition about an experiment that he did on obese teenage boys in which the boys who eight highly processed cereal for breakfast had higher levels of Adrenaline, which is a stress hormone. Then those who ate a high protein breakfast instead. And the boys who ate more protein were also less hungry and they ate fewer calories at lunch. So chalk one up for a high protein breakfast. Unfortunately nobody asked the boys about their mood or how stressed they fell. So we don't know whether those different breakfast meals had any effect on whether they felt any more or less stressed. Nonetheless, if you had heard that piece on the radio, you probably would have concluded as did the reporter that eating lots of refined carbs and sugar will make you feel more stressed and anxious. But hang on just a minute because in her book, the Serotonin powered Diet Dr Judas Werthmann claims that a big dose of refined carbohydrates is exactly what you should eat to feel more relaxed and happy, and that's because refined carbohydrates promote the production of Serotonin, a feel good neurotransmitter. So which is it are we supposed to eat carbs or are we supposed to avoid them to beat stress? Will the reason that these two scientists seem to be contradicting one? Another is that they're measuring completely different things. Ludwig is looking at the effect of Diet on adrenal hormones and Workman is describing the effect of Diet on neurotransmitters of the to neuro transmitters probably have a closer relationship to our mood. Nonetheless I. Think the disadvantages of Workmen's approach outweigh. The benefits eating refined carbohydrates may temporarily boost your serotonin levels after all. That's probably why we crave them when we feel down. But they also send your blood sugar, insulin energy and appetite on a roller coaster ride and riding that rollercoaster on a regular basis is a good way to increase your risk of type two diabetes and heart

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"judas" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

08:17 min | 5 months ago

"judas" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

"This is the Dave Ryan shows war of the roses one on one point three changed. He found I start worthy roses every week. Why don't you start more roses this week? You know what MIA situation is. You want to take it over. Time has been passed to me to a new generation of Americans. Okay so. Out Go ahead so like this is what we're doing this week. never just kidding. I'm like that we do. We have MIA on the phone and she. Has a boyfriend. His name is Kyle right up crack, and like worthy roses goes. You have some suspicions that Kyle may not be faithful to you currently. Yeah, that's right. Okay, so tell us a little bit about you and Kyle and how you met 'cause you guys have kind of a cute story and why you're Collins Roses on Kyle sure okay, so Little like previous two how we met little backstory. We're both thirty two However, he's divorced. I've never been married. so I was in king, Cancun. Mexico last spring and Randomly met Kyle there, and we got to talking, and it turned out. We were both from Minnesota, which was obviously very coincidental. Totally yeah I mean you know small world? Right I live in Blaine and he lives in cottage grove. So that's cool. I mean the you meet somebody at the pool, and then you start talking. You're like Oh my God. You're from cottage grove. No way you're from Blaine, has your what like maybe thirty minutes apart or depend on traffic and they? He could have been from anywhere so so then you get back then you start your relationship and everything's going great until what okay? So over the last few months I've been able to meet some of Kyle's friends and getting to know him a little bit better, his friend. So it turns out that Kyle has gotten himself into few situations where he hooked up with women that are off limit. You know like mostly married women, so these are. This is what your friends do. Your friends will try to ruin your life in front of new girlfriend. Telling you things about Oh. Yeah J- here about how Dade crap his pants in eighth grade or Story Dave cried all the way through high school graduation. Things like that. No, it's not a true story, but this is what your friends do, so his friends told you about. What did you learn about his past from his friends? Well, I learned that he what put his boss's girlfriend That he's just talked up with lots of married women, and the worst is so a couple of his friends, said Hey, do you WanNa know how he got the nickname. When Yeah Judas Yeah from the Bible apparently when he was twenty two. He's slept with the pastor's wife at his shirt. So, he betrayed the ultimate betrayal. Wow, so now as you. His friends are telling you this. Was He going? No, that's not true or was he around? Did he laugh or what's his attitude about all this? He really doesn't. He didn't have much of a defense. He just Kinda like you guys. They can't believe you're telling her this, but he really didn't seem that. Put off about it either almost like he was proud of it in a way. But I mean. It was a long time ago because if he was twenty two when you said he's thirty two now. There's a long time ago, and you're hoping. Those days are behind him. He got a lot of play back in the day. Apparently but it's behind him now. Oh! Okay well. Yeah, I, mean things do seem fine for the most part, however lately, things have been a little weird because he won't answer the phone when I call or canceled plans last minute for the weekend, and he's looking at his Apple Watch a lot when we're together and you know nobody needs to look at the time that much so I know. He's looking at text message. Pretty suspicious Okay, wow, he slept with the pastors. Why passed it I mean? Did he do it at Church or did he do it like that he? As a matter either way. Worth the church event potluck, maybe role. Potluck, let's call Kyle, and we'll see who he wants to send roses to. If offered a dozen free romantic roses, okay, okay. We're GONNA to get you a dozen long-simmering antic roses. Kyle and we thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to complete our survey, though Wilson out today I'll grab the address. We need to know the name. Would you like to send the roses to? Accept her name is Robin. and. Robinson with a wide. Okay Great, and you can attach a card if you would like added little note to those roses. Oh cool, okay, Let's see I guess we'll say. You are beautiful. And you are very special. Oh, that sounds romantic is Robin. That's who was Robin. She. Two loss story, she's actually a neighbor. Asks you your girlfriend or something. No a neighbor then. Hey Mea. Do you know of any neighbor that kyle has named Rocko by the way Nia girlfriends on the foul has listening in right now me, remember me you met her. Want her in Cancun last spring break you remember the and by the way this is Dave Ryan were on Katie right now and I know it's Kinda hard to. It's kind of a shock when nice find out that they're on war of the roses, but MIA tile put us up to call the Asi who you would send roses to. She was Kinda you know she'd heard from your friends about how you were nicknamed Judas back in back in the day and how you'd hooked up with all these women that you may be have. Young. So, MIA yeah. I don't know I. Mean What what do you? What do you think of him sending roses to? What's her name again robin with. Robin with a Y.. Yeah I think it's really disgusting Kyle so Robin Your married neighbor. The one has a husband so I guess what you're hooking up with her so apparently you haven't changed at all, so all those funny jokes your friends were telling about. You are actually just who you are. You don't see has something that you don't have. A husband. Yeah exactly. Yeah has a husband. That's what I like. Oh my God. You are so disgusting I. Think I'm a human being. That's what I'm into. You knew before you started dating. That's what you're into married women unattainable women. That's what you're into. There are no more words you're just grow well. I mean I could say I'm sorry, but. You Know I. Guess It's not really right now. We're done. Okay, WOW! You're not going to try to fight for it and. I don't see anything. Seriously thing like hooking up with women that you're not supposed to hook up with. I have a thing for getting stuff. It prevented them. She's my girlfriend's easy access. I don't I didn't turn me off. My. Dodge or what turned you on originally when you guys met in? Weight 'cause me how boyfriend or something when you guys I. mean. Did you know I didn't I guess maybe if I had this would be you know more worth your time. Yeah, well. You know how you have to do things just like. Really you'RE GONNA. Turn this back on me. As if this is my problem, you're the one who's banging married women, you sick..

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"judas" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

03:35 min | 5 months ago

"judas" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

"We're GONNA to get you a dozen long symantec roses Kyle and we thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to complete our survey though Wilson out. Today I'll grab the address. We need to know the name. Who would you like to send the roses to accept? Her name is Robin and Robinson with a wide okay. Great and you can attach a card if you would like added little note to those roses. Oh cool okay Let's see I guess we'll say you are beautiful and you are very special. Oh that sounds romantic is robin. That's who was Robin She's two loss story. She's actually a neighbor asks you your girlfriend or something. No a neighbor then. Hey Mea do you know of any neighbor that kyle has named Rocko by the way? Nia girlfriends on the foul has listening in Right. Now me remember me. You met her. Want her in Cancun last spring break you remember the and and by the way this is Dave Ryan were on Katie. Be Right now and I know it's Kinda hard to. It's kind of a shock when guys find out that they're on war of the roses but MIA tile put us up to call the ASI who you would send roses to. She was Kinda you know she'd heard from your friends about how you were nicknamed Judas back in back in the day and how you'd hooked up with all these women that you may be have young so mia. Yeah I don't know I mean what what do you. What do you think of him sending roses to? What's her name again? Robin with Robin with a Y. Yeah I think it's really disgusting. Kyle so Robin Your married neighbor. Yeah the one that has a husband so I guess what you're hooking up with her so apparently you haven't changed at all so all those funny joke your friends were telling about. You are actually just who you are. You don't see has something that you don't have a husband. Yeah exactly yeah has a husband. That's what I like. Oh my God you are so disgusting. I think I'm a human being. That's what I'm into you. News started dating. That's what you're into married women unattainable women that's what you're into. There are no more words. You're just grow. Well I mean I could say I'm sorry but you know I guess it's not really right now. We're done okay. Wow you're not going to try to fight for it and I don't see anything seriously thing like hooking up with women that you're not supposed to hook up with. I have a thing for getting stuff. It prevented them. She's my girlfriend's easy access. I don't I didn't turn me off my dodge or what but it turned you on originally when you guys met in weight. 'cause me how boyfriend or something when you guys. I mean did you know I didn't? I guess maybe if I had this would be. You know more worth your time. Yeah well you know how you have to do things. Just like really. You'RE GONNA turn this back on me as if S.'s. My problem you're the one who's banging married women you sick..

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"judas" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

04:40 min | 5 months ago

"judas" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

"This is the Dave Ryan shows war of the roses. One on one point three changed he found. I start worthy roses every week. Why don't you start more roses this week? You know. What MIA situation is? You want to take it over. Time has been passed to me to a new generation of Americans. Okay so out. Go ahead so like this is what we're doing this week Never just kidding I'm like that we do. We have MIA on the phone and She has a boyfriend his name is Kyle right up crack and like worthy roses. Goes you have some suspicions that Kyle may not be faithful to you currently. Yeah that's right okay. So tell us a little bit about you and Kyle and how you met 'cause you guys have kind of a cute story and why you're collins roses on kyle sure okay so Little like previous to how we met little backstory. We're both thirty two However he's divorced I've never been married So I was in King Cancun. Mexico last spring and randomly met Kyle there and we got to talking and it turned out. We were both from Minnesota. Which was obviously very coincidental totally. Yeah I mean you know small world right. I live in Blaine and he lives in cottage grove. So that's cool. I mean the you meet somebody at the pool and then you start talking. You're like Oh my God. You're from cottage grove. No way you're from Blaine has your what like maybe thirty minutes apart or depend on traffic and they he could have been from anywhere so so then you get back then you start your relationship and everything's going great until what okay so over. The last few months I've been able to meet some of Kyle's friends and getting to know him a little bit better through his friend so it turns out that Kyle has gotten himself into few situations where he hooked up with women that are off limit. You know like mostly married women so these are. This is what your friends do. Your friends will try to ruin your life in front of new girlfriend telling you things about. Oh Yeah J- here. About how dade crap his pants in eighth grade or story? Dave cried all the way through high school graduation. Things like that no. It's not a true story but this is what your friends do. So his friends told you about. What did you learn about his past from his friends? Well I learned that he what put his boss's girlfriend That he's just talked up with lots of married women and the worst is so a couple of his friends said Hey. Do you WanNa know how he got the nickname when? Yeah Judas from the Bible apparently when he was twenty two. He's slept with the pastor's wife at his shirt so he betrayed in the ultimate betrayal. Wow so now as you. His friends are telling you this was he going. No that's not true. Or was he around. Did he laugh? Or what's his attitude about all this? He really doesn't. He didn't have much of a defense. He just Kinda like you guys. They can't believe you're telling her this but he really didn't seem that put off about it either. Almost like he was proud of it in a way but I mean it was a long time ago because if he was twenty two when you said he's thirty two now there's a long time ago and you're hoping those days are behind him. He got a lot of play back in the day apparently but it's behind him now. Oh okay well yeah I mean things do seem signed for the most part however lately things have been a little weird because he won't answer the phone when I call or canceled plans last minute for the weekend. And he's looking at his apple. Watch a lot when we're together and you know nobody needs to look at the time that much so I know. He's looking at text message. Pretty suspicious Okay wow he slept with the pastors. Why passed it. I mean did he do it at Church or did he do it like that? He as a matter leader way worth the Church. Event potluck maybe role potluck. Let's call Kyle and we'll see who he wants to send roses to if offered a dozen free romantic roses. Okay okay..

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An Epidemiologist Answers What Is Needed To Reopen The Country

All Things Considered

03:55 min | 6 months ago

An Epidemiologist Answers What Is Needed To Reopen The Country

"Let's break this into steps we've talked about testing what else is needed for the U. S. to take the first step towards re opening yes my colleagues and I have outlined for criteria that we would want to see it before states move towards reopening so this is thinking more about what capacities do we need to have in place the first is that we need to see declining incidents which means we want to see the number of new cases declined steadily we say for at least two weeks some places might be on that Donald slip now but unfortunately other places are are still on the climb so that's the first capacity the second is enough health care capacity to treat everyone safely which means enough hospital beds and I'm mentally errors and enough personal protective equipment for health care workers the third is testing which we've talked about we want to be able to test everybody with combat like symptoms at minimum and the last capacity is are on public health so when we moved away from everyone staying home we need to do the contact tracing which is where people who have been in contact with someone with a confirmed case are notified and asked to stay home that takes a lot of pop culture sent out and so we need to have enough people to do that well those are the four capacities okay so those are the four capacities and we've heard I've just this week I interviewed governor Jay Inslee of Washington state who was talking about hiring hundreds of people in the state to do that kind of contact tracing so is that get stood up let's go to the next part of Judas question where she asks about offices and restaurants when could places like that which depend on smaller gatherings of people begin to open back up yeah each state will have to decide how and when to open but in general places that can implement physical distancing which is staying at least six feet apart ideally or having some sort of beer a year either naturally or through restrictions like not letting as many people and those kinds of places will be on the list open earlier I imagine so I don't know when that will be maybe next month and some communities but for other communities that it may still be further away and what's the difference between the standard for those kinds of places to open up and the other kinds of places you did mention in her question like a muezzin parks and zoos where hundreds maybe even thousands of people would gather all in one place yeah places with crowds will be later on the last of the timeline for that is really hard to say I think malls and amusement parks have the advantage of being fairly spacious so you can imagine physical distancing might be possible but really crowded events I think it is still a ways off like months I'm thinking of like a pro sporting event or a symphony concert hall where people are squeezed in really tightly probably a long ways off still huh yeah we would want to make sure that our communities are very safe before we consider those activities so I don't think it's soon on the horizon the White House released its own guidelines on when to reopen the country this came out yesterday how does their approach compared to what you advise yes the both plans or proposals he is phase approaches which is great because I think it recognizes that we can't just flip a switch and have everything go back to normal we're going to need to take it step by step and the plan both plans out recognize that we need to make a couple notes when it's time and then wait and see what happens we don't want to make too many moves in a row and then find ourselves in a tight spot so we both plans propose opening a few things lifting of the restrictions and then waiting for two or three weeks to see what happens in the data and both plans also recognize that will really need to see the number of new cases come down before we can start and get that process you know this week I also interview the governor of Missouri and he said our urban centers are having a problem with infections but our rural areas are not so maybe we can open up the rural areas sooner the people move around people aren't static right so can you imagine travel restrictions or quarantine requirements if you cross state or city lines when things do start to open up there's not a lot of precedent for that in the United States so it's difficult to say but I think it would be hard to imagine you mention rural areas I think that it's true that some rural areas have lower incidence which is great but they also tend to have lower capacity and so I think that needs to be balanced in as well

Why Are We Afraid of Friday the 13th?

BrainStuff

05:18 min | 8 months ago

Why Are We Afraid of Friday the 13th?

"In order to organize time. Human beings created calendars as part of today's dominant calendar system. Every year is divided into twelve periods called months consisting of roughly thirty days. Each all days are also grouped in two sets of seven called weeks and in Europe and the Americas a significant chunk of the population suspects. That bad things will happen whenever the Thirteenth Day of a month occurs on the day of the week called Friday like many human beliefs the fear of the number thirteen which is try skied. Deca phobia or of Friday. The thirteenth known as Paris. Kevi DECA try. A phobia isn't exactly grounded in scientific logic but the really strange thing is that most people who believe the day is unlucky. Offered no explanation at all. Logical order illogical as with superstitions people fear Friday the thirteenth for. Its own sake without any need for background information. The superstition does have deep compelling roots though and those origins help explain why the belief is so widespread. Today the fear of Friday the thirteenth stems from two separate fears the fear of the number thirteen and the fear of Friday's both have deep roots in western culture and most notably in Christian Theology. The number thirteen significant therein. Because it's the number of people who were present at the Last Supper Jesus and his Twelve Apostles Judas. The WHO betrayed Jesus was the thirteenth member of the Party to arrive. Friday has had a negative connotation because Jesus was crucified on a Friday additionally theologians hold that Adam and Eve ate from the forbidden fruit on a Friday and the great flood began on a Friday in the past. Some Christians would avoid beginning any new project trip on a Friday fearing that they would be doomed from the start. Sailors were particularly superstitious in this regard often refusing to ship out on a Friday and supposedly President Franklin D Roosevelt was among these ranks. Some historians suggest that the Christian distrust of Friday's is actually linked to the early Catholic churches overall suppression of Pagan Religions and of women in the Roman calendar Friday was devoted to Venus the goddess of love when the norse adapted the calendar. They named the day after Frig or Freya North goddesses connected to love and sex. The story goes that both of these strong female figures once posed a threat to male dominated Christianity. So the Christian church vilified the day named after them. This characterization may also have played a part in the fear of the number thirteen. It was said that frank would often join a coven of witches normally a group of twelve bringing the total to thirteen. This idea may have originated with the Christian church itself. It's impossible to verify the exact origins of most folklore. A similar Christian legend holds thirteen is unholy because it signifies the gathering of twelve witches and the devil. The number thirteen could have been considered pagan because there are thirteen months in the pagan lunar calendar the lunar calendar also corresponds to the human menstrual cycle connecting the number again to women but there are other traditions linked the number thirteen and Friday the thirteenth to unlucky nece in Norse mythology. The beloved hero Balder was killed at a banquet. By the mischievous God Loki. Who crashed the Party of twelve bringing the group to thirteen this story as well as the story of the last supper led to one of the most entrenched thirteen related beliefs. That you should never sit down to a meal in a group of thirteen. Another significant piece of legend is a particularly bad Friday the thirteenth that occurred in the Middle Ages on a Friday the thirteenth in thirteen o six King Philip of France arrested some of the revered knights templar and began torturing them marking the occasion as a day of evil both Friday and the number thirteen were once closely associated with capital punishment in British tradition. Friday was the conventional day for public hangings and there were supposedly thirteen steps leading up to the news. They're rumors of a secret society starting in the late eighteen. Hundreds at William and Mary called Thirteen's said to be groups of thirteen students. Who would meet in defiance of the superstition? The date was first enshrined in pop culture in Nineteen O seven when one Thomas Lawson wrote a novel called Friday thirteenth about a stockbroker who purposefully crashes the stock market on that day around the same time. Skyscrapers going up would often omit thirteenth floor. A practice that continues today. People Point to the trials and tribulations faced by the astronauts of the Apollo Thirteen Mission. And of course the wildly popular Friday the thirteenth horror franchise about sometimes villain Jason Voorhees and Camp Crystal Lake further spread. This ancient meam ultimately the complex folklore of Friday. The thirteenth doesn't have much to do with people's fears today. The fear has much more to do with personal experience. People learned at a young age that Friday the thirteenth is supposed to be unlucky for whatever reason and then they look for evidence that the legend is true. Evidence isn't hard to come by. Of course if you get in a car wreck on one Friday the thirteenth or lose your wallet or even Spill Your Coffee. That day will probably stay with you but if you think about it bad things begin. Small happen all the time. You're looking for bad luck. On Friday the Thirteenth. You'll probably find it

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"judas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:40 min | 8 months ago

"judas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"All right so another point I wanted to make. Is that With Twenty one twelve and with the following rush albums and with the following priest albums and with a little bit of sad wings of destiny We're looking at a certain lyrical world. it's a combination of a few things. We're going to hear science fiction audible bands. We're going to hear mythology outta both bands. Were going to hear in a sense. Our religion out of both bands. We're going to hear timelessness history. The future So you're also seeing a kind of a kind of lyrical aligning up here too. It isn't about cars and girls it isn't about the present day it isn't about present day politics Essentially about Timeless themes You know loosely. You could put it under the umbrella of fantasy but yes leaning into science fiction leaning into mythology so both bands are about this kind of thing. so yeah let's. I'M GONNA make a couple of other points but But let's move on to our fourth song here in history and five songs with Martin popoff taken. Take a listen to this. This is Judas priest again with heroes end all right. I've always loved that song. I think it's great to me. It's always felt like a riff that was written in reverse kind of thing it just. It just sounds backwards but it sounds really really cool but I wanted to pick it. Well I wanted to pick it for a for a fancy pants little reason and that's because rush had a song called nobody's hero and this is called heroes and but no the main reason I wanted to pick this is because it represents The idea of Judas priest as one of the very tight few and all of little diversion but progressive heavy metal band You know they became essentially progressive heavy metal with their first album Rock Arolla. You could say the second album's a little bit progressive heavy metal but they're most progressive. Heavy metal album would be nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven sin after sin. This is off of stained class which is also quite a progressive heavy metal album. They get a little less progressive as we move on but of course rush is the number one main band you think of when you think of progressive heavy metal. They're the they're the guys that invented progressive metal so their form is Is Much more closer to prog rock with With long songs and strange time signatures and a and and themes really stretched out and a lot busier playing out of their drummer and their bass player. But I would say that Russia's Guitar Work Through Alex. is not any more progressive than the sum total of the K K. Touting Glenn K K Downing Glenn Tipton Malange of of guitar things that they do. Whether it's the complicated rifts Whether it's they're really cool. Soloing a lot of passages in these songs so Judas Priest's form of being being progressive. Heavy Metal Band is essentially that they are the most The most advanced the most scientific young fast and scientific as the dictators would say The the most progressive and complicated form of pure heavy metal. I mean you don't get a lot of crazy time signatures in priest. You do get some but but rush definitely feels rush really does feel like a band that is essentially. We're going to be yes or genesis but we're GONNA put it through a distortion pedal. That's really the the bottom line that I think of rush. They are progressive rock band. But they WANNA use heaviness in the making of their Progressive Rock. Judas priest on the other hand is a heavy metal band that That wants to be fancy and tricky and advanced an intellectual with what they're doing both from lyrical and but but certainly from a musical and it is it is pretty you know goes over the head stuff if you think of. Sin After Sin. They've got Simon Phillips in there as almost like a fusion drummer And there is some pretty wacky drumming on that album. But you know you can. You can almost understand why this band wasn't Particularly huge yet. You know I wanNA make another point here and again I wanna I wanna be a little illustrative and instructive about the seventies. I Mean Judas. Priest's making really complicated music so is rush. Remember what happened with with caress of steel and then with twenty one twelve they put they put their foot down and said you know we're going to do this no matter what but it is music that is pretty challenging and And both bands are basically saying you know what we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA make we'RE GOING TO BE CRAFT ORIENTED. We're going to create quality. We're GONNA challenge listeners. We think heavy metal fans can take a little more than bad company Essentially or or Ted nugent or kiss in into into their lives and so we are going to treat them with a little more respect and bring this complicated music and to the labels credit. Cbs Columbia in Priests Case Mercury in in Russia's case They kept these bands on. And that was something that you saw in the seventy S. You know it wasn't one and done You know because there's so many bands lining up to do this. There weren't a lot of great great bands so essentially Bans were given a shot to experiment and and stick around and they and it wasn't just You know hanging over their heads wasn't this sword A saying you know that basically you know if you don't have a hit right now you're over with there was always that pressure and you know there was pressure to to write hit songs. But it wasn't you know undue pressure and pressure that bans you know gave into every time or had to give into as we see with the careers of of rush and Judas priest you know and where are we at this point you know so I just played heroes in. This is nine hundred seventy eight. You know. We've we've gone through nineteen seventy-six. Where's my date comparison? I wanted to make sure. Oh Yeah there. It is No there it isn't a February fifteen th Oh yes so it is so it is With your one thousand nine hundred ninety eight albums so so essentially I don't know yeah it was. It was October seventy eight. I don't know let's forget the date thing in most cases we're lining up with our years here and we're lining up with our air and it is quite impressive. The way it lines up but when it comes down to the months Only one album kind of overlapped with what with one coming out one week or the next week or anyways so yeah so so we are lining up with our air is here. We're lining up with the early stuff. Were lining up with the definitive album and we are lining up with with the complicated years. And that's the point. I want to drive home with our last song here on history and five songs with Martin. Popoff take a listen to this. This is rush with circumstances..

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"judas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"judas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"All right so I wanted to kick off with priests first of all you know. I'm GonNa let the cat out the bag. Of course this is five songs. I had to pick three from one band to from the other. I went with more from Judas priest. Because we've done we've done a a you know an episode that celebrated the Great Neil peered We've done another rush related episode but there was no Russian that that was about bans. If you like rush these or other bands perhaps you might want to try out as a very popular episode But no I wanted to start with So I've I've chosen three Judas priest songs. I don't want it to start with Judas priest. Let's go back before this so The first interesting comparison is that both of these bands had their first record out in nineteen seventy four yet. They both been going essentially in one form or another since literally like nine hundred sixty nine So both of these bands had a long gestation period. You could say a both of them definitely paid their dues up. It's a different kind of dues paying than than You know other bands have gone through both of these bands rush. Judas Priest's essentially stayed fairly local During their Jess station period Priests probably went a little further afield but England's a smaller place But no they both state essentially local and other difference would be that Judas Priest's had many many members Going through our the situation in fact By the time they By the time they They have their first album out. There are Hang on a SEC. Is there one original member? No original members but anyways Russia's essentially the same guys that started out with You know well two thirds of them. Obviously I kneel and that's that's another difference we're GonNa talk about in a minute but no Judas priest you know. Five members in all sorts of different things going on You know big big changes the difference in the lead singer from Al Atkins to to Rob Halford but Yeah five years of adjust station period until their first album. Judas priest's first album again. Another comparison coming up here. It feels like the demo version of what that band would become. There's a very very clear comparison between the rock and roll album and the sad wings of destiny album. This literally sounds like the demo version of of of sad wings of destiny From everything from the production To the arrangements to the to the songwriting prowess that was gained between the two rush. Also in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. They have an album. That isn't quite the demo version of say fly by night but it's the Demo version of the rock and Roll Z. Songs on fly by night and the rock and roll songs on on caress of steel. But I'm they actually are quite a different band there. This bad company led Zeppelin type. Band led by their drummer. John Rutty so we don't have kneel at this point But yeah so so essentially a but you could say it is kind of the demo version of a form of rush. It's a it's a pretty stripped back at Jammie sort of record it's a little bit like black. Sabbath stuff first album black sabbath. So yeah there's your other Comparisons there but let's move on more. Comparisons are coming our way. I promised take a listen to this. This is Judas priest once again with island of domination..

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Pack a snack bag

Before Breakfast

03:08 min | 9 months ago

Pack a snack bag

"Good morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before for breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to pack a snack. Bag It's a great way to save time and money and to avoid finding yourself hungry or eating too much junk food. We've all been there when a meeting ran long unexpected traffic slowed us down or an awkward schedule left. No time to grab lunch then. There are the times when despite dining on schedule. We're just craving snack. It can be tempting to go to the coffee shop around the corner. But by the time me put on your coat walkover wait for your order. Then walk back and regain your focus if probably spent at least twenty minutes and five dollars or more on that quick coffee and Muffin and break that time and money better spent unintentional coffee break with a colleague rather than a desperate food. Run because you need a snack of course if you avoid the coffee shop it's easy to fall into a not much better alternative going to a vending machine or rating the Candy Bowl on a colleague's desk that may require less time and money but your choices probably won't be healthy. A better approach is to pack a snack bag. Ideally containing haning foods with some protein. And not too much sugar. You WanNa avoid the crash after the sugar high wears off some options for your snack bag or almonds or other nuts A protein bar celery sticks and on the go peanut butter and apple raisins beef Jerky or anything reasonably portable not too messy and a million preschoolers can't be wrong. Sometimes goldfish or Graham crackers can hit the spot to in a recent. NPR Life podcast. Judas Matt's was interviewed about intuitive twitter. Eating that's the practice of eating what you want when you're hungry simple unreasonable. Right among the tips Matt's offered was to carry a variety variety of foods with you at least then she says there's a reasonable chance that you'll have something that's a good enough match for you or at least you'll have something where you can have a bite or two to take the edge off your hunger until you're able to get out and get something that will satisfy you. That makes a lot of sense carrying carrot sticks sticks and sunflower seeds. May seem like a great idea until you're craving something sweet or smooth and nothing in your snack bag hits spot so said depending on your general cravings you might have a routine of carrying something salty. Something sweet something crunchy and something smooth to satisfy whatever taste east and texture. You happen to be in the mood for when you get hungry. One day. That might be almonds a banana and raisins another day. You might take popcorn trail trail mix and a sugar free Pudding Cup packing a snack. Bag doesn't have to be onerous once a week or so fill snack size zip blocks or small reusable containers the various snacks then in the morning. Just toss one in your bag as you're headed out the door you'll never find yourself starving unhappy and forced to pay four dollars for Granola bar. You don't really want again.

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Asian Shares Mixed Before Central Bank Meetings

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Asian Shares Mixed Before Central Bank Meetings

"We got trading under way now in Hong Kong and Shanghai and across much of Asia and we have central banks in Japan Indonesia and Malaysia announcing that this policy decisions of the new year with doctor more on that story from a Bloomberg said Vinny del Judas economists surveyed by Bloomberg or for casting all three central banks to maintain your current policy and interest rates however there could be a chance at the bank of Japan sent us an opportunity to lift its growth forecast in response to a government stimulus

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020 inductees announced

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020 inductees announced

"The rock and roll hall of fame is announced the inductees for this year and as a P. music correspondent margins are a lot of reports the choices of of course led to controversy on the one hand to the rock and roll hall of fame will be more diverse by inducting Whitney Houston and the notorious B. I. G. on the other hand are they rock and roll this year's other inductees are the Doobie brothers Depeche Mode Nine Inch Nails and T. rex the Doobie brothers are the only up to finish in the top five of the fan vote behind the Dave Matthews Band and Pat Benatar and ahead of Soundgarden and Judas Priest those votes were tallied with the music industry members ballots the may second induction ceremony in Cleveland will be broadcast live for the first time on

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees announced

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees announced

"Right and roll hall of fame announces a new batch of inductees Whitney Houston gets in and the Tory is B. I. G. yeah S. will say well neither of those are rock and roll but it's really I mean it's proven over the years to be more of a clutch like a pop music hall of fame agreed is sold they're both in Whitney Houston and that Biggie and don't forget he wrote in the major snobs this morning well and then they're joined they're gonna be joined by Depeche Mode I'm okay how the Doobie brothers yeah they're gonna no argument there nine inch nails find T. rex one song okay never heard of a T. rex made it and no Dave Matthews Band I know Pat Benatar no motor head to know Judas Priest and no Todd Rundgren I don't get that those are all rock real final fall of those on the outside

Houston, Doobie Brothers will be inducted into Rock Hall

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Houston, Doobie Brothers will be inducted into Rock Hall

"On the one hand to the rock and roll hall of fame will be more diverse by inducting Whitney Houston and the notorious B. I. G. on the other hand are they rock and roll this year's other inductees are the Doobie brothers Depeche Mode Nine Inch Nails and T. rex the Doobie brothers are the only up to finish in the top five of the fan vote behind the Dave Matthews Band and Pat Benatar in ahead of Soundgarden and Judas Priest those votes were tallied with the music industry members ballots the may second induction ceremony in Cleveland will be broadcast live for the first time on HBO I marches are let out

Black News Channel launch fulfills lifelong dream of J.C. Watts

In Black America

08:55 min | 10 months ago

Black News Channel launch fulfills lifelong dream of J.C. Watts

"On this week program. The black news channel J. C. Watts Co founder and chairman and Gary Wars Law vice-president of news and programming the black news channel in Black America. Well when you started your broadcast day are watching our broadcast day. We're going to start off with a three hour block off of news from six. AM until nine am. Were then going to have a program live out of Washington. DC It focuses on the politics of the day as seen through the eye congressional Black Caucus And then show is over. We go into another live. Broadcast from. Tallahassee are studio with two young female anchors and that show is going to be called being a woman and it's GonNa highlight issues of the day as it relates to young girls up to the age of women's thirty They're going to talk about issues. That are important to them them in the afternoon and then we go into a series of programs that we call a BNC presents. Those programs will feature documentaries on Michelle Obama. Barack Obama Obama beyond say Riana Little Lane Whitney Houston Michael Jackson. If it's a pop culture person we have a show is going to spotlight that as well as Morgan Freeman. Freemen look at the chilling circuit blues. But we kind of a little bit of everything for everybody in that program. Gerry wardlaw vice president of news and programming. The Black News Channel on January twenty fifth nineteen eighty black entertainment. Television made his debut at the time it will become the most prominent television the network targeting the African American community we now have the African Channel Bounce TV. Aspire TV CLEO TV own NTV one just to name a few on January six twenty twenty. The black news channel began providing all things. African American put together by. A group of entrepreneurs led by former congressman J. C. Watts black news channel will be the nation's only twenty four seven provider of cable news programming programming dedicated company unique perspective of African American communities. BNC will provide an authentic new voice that represents African Americans in mainstream media and foster political economic and social discourse the new channel promises to inform educate and empower nearly fifty million African Americans. Now of living in this country Racelis in Black America spoke with Gary Word Law regarding the network and Tennessee. Little town called South Pittsburg which which is near well not a whole lot. But I grew up in Chattanooga went to school there. I started my career in broadcast there. They'd sixteen fifty years later. I find myself the black news channel. My journey has taken me from Tennessee or the West Coast back to the East Coast New York Washington. DC Seattle adult. I've kind of been all over the place but I'm very happy to be In Tallahassee ready to help launch this black news channel what sparked at initial interest in journalism and communications. When I was a kid working at a restaurant I used to argue with some of the customers about everything thing from religion to politics and man coming off and she's pity office in the navy and he said to me one day is kids? You got a lot of mouth you ought to be on television and of course I laugh because there were no black on television in my hometown. he said I want to go up there and talk to The station manager. I know him to send you. You just give you a job. Well he was Judas word I went to the station. They gave me a job. I started working in the studio and a year and a half later I was on the air the air for some forty years. You remember that I I do I was it was ATV television Chattanooga and my title was floor manager. What what that meant was? I had to manage to clean that floor every night. But he was an auspicious start but nonetheless it spun a career having been in an industry for such a long time. What differences and innovations have you seen so far that has made what you do more efficient in a better? When I first started working in television we shot black black and white reverse negative film They don't even make such a thing thing I don't think anymore so we've gone from the old FEM camera dates to film processors now. Everybody who has a camera is a journalist and so the innovations have been just absolutely phenomenal now in the sand. You a now the vice-president News and program for the Black News Channel. Give us a thumbnail because we're going to go through some of the things that you are anticipating on doing with what channel what channel will look like. Well when you start your broadcast day are watching our broadcast day. We're going to start off with a three hour block of news from six. AM until nine am. We're then going to have a program live out of Washington. DC that focuses on the politics of the day as seen through the eyes of the Congressional Black News of the Congressional Black Right Caucus Rather When that show is over we'd go into another live broadcast and from Tallahassee Studio with two young female anchors and that show is going to be called all being a woman and it's GonNa highlight issues of the day as it relates to young girls up to the age of women's thirty They're going to talk about issues issues. That are important to them in the afternoon. And then we go into a series of programs that we call the DNC presents. Those programs will feature documentaries resigned. Michelle Obama Barack Obama beyond say Riana Little Lane Whitney Houston Michael Jackson. If it's a pop culture person we have a show. Oh there's GonNa spotlight that as well as Morgan Freeman look as a chilling circuit blues. But we kind of a little bit of everything for everybody and that program later in the afternoon we'll have another show. That's primarily focused on females. It's called ladies choice and this show is gonNA spotlight issues. That are important to women. Thirty plus and so that's going to be hosted by our two female anchors one of which happens to be a clinical psychologist. We've then go into a three hour block of prime signed is that will air live from our studios and obviously it'll be in prime on the west coast. We also have programs that featured Dr Corey. Hey Bear as our staff medical person who will be producing programs on health as it relates to the African American audience mark McClellan formerly A. CBS News will a host program for men. And it's called all things men and so he's going to sit back and talk with everybody from ministers to football players so we're GONNA the highlight those issues that are important to fellows and that's just some of the highlights. We're GONNA have Olympic programming. We have a SPEC- sports programming. We have FIBA world basketball. Aw We have star workout. So if it's of interest to the black audience is of interest to us and we intend to put it on as well as spotlighting. The Best of you are the best of the best from the nation's HCC us with a program that's specially designed for our HEC students to be able to show themselves off as did were in programming that we're gonNA produce around their reports as well. How did you all go about deciding what to put on air? I'm quite sure you had a large whiteboard aboard blackboard or whatever kind of board that you all use to come up with this lineup. It really wasn't that complicated. I basically say that for the most part. Yeah I mean I would talk to people that I know One of my favorite Research facilities was called the barbershop and barbershop. And you listen to the brothers and you'll come up with and stuff yes right now. I like to say that the barber shop as a black man. It's country club. I'm doing and be myself and listen and you get some pretty You know you get some pretty good research on what's happening in the black community and You go to the beauty shop you get the same thing so I listened to the people and and tried to put together programming. That people told me I was of interest to them. HEARD THAT MR warlock. What makes you excited about this invention well for the first time and forever We're going to have a network where we are unapologetically. Black The world we're looking at catch US being ourselves and they'll find out that we're more than crime in the streets. We're more than music. We're more than sports and we have brains. We have opinions. We have scientist. We have educators. We have lawyers. We have doctors. We you know we have specialists It's nothing wrong with being a star football player a basketball player. It's nothing wrong with being a musician Russian but the world's GONNA see us in greater scope than just athletics are music

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What the interim US-China trade deal means - and doesn't

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

06:32 min | 11 months ago

What the interim US-China trade deal means - and doesn't

"Malik is with the New York. Times McCain's is at the economist. Everybody let me to start with you. you're in the press conference with Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer today win. This deal was announced. We have Agriculture purchases a bunch of other. Other stuff we are rolling back. Some tariffs This is a real deal. Yes yes it is a real deal. I saw the deal. He Sort but of teased us by opening a folder whether these eighty-six pages worth of deal and then he closed folder again and said I'm going to show it to you now. So we're we're we're sure that they were real eighty six pages I well. I trust that his count was right. I didn't physically count them out. Let me ask you this this man and I'll stay with you for just a second As I said tag purchases were rolling back from tariffs. Isn't this sort of where we were. When this trade war started in the middle of two thousand eighteen yeah so so? I think there are a few different pasta. The deal right one of them is definitely this act purchases piece this these purchases that the Chinese are going to make and that is I think about out repairing some of the damage that the trade was done. But you can't fill eighty six pages with that there. There is some other structural stuff Apparently the Chinese have made commitments on intellectual. Property are some sort of regulate tree Arias dealing with a promise not to do some sort of technology. Transfer trump's third as an enforcement mechanism. There are real. There's real stuff there we obviously would like to read the text But I'm not ready to dismiss this as just returning to the status quo yet yet. Okay Fair enough and it has been promised probably in a couple of weeks we will see this text but genus. Mike let me ask you this. And and we'll we'll get more defend in a second but it is worth mentioning engineer that The president's chief economic adviser Larry Cudlow also said on. CNBC today that this will bring business stability and business confidence. That is something that Jay Powell and the Fed have been saving the economy from the president's economic policies for the past year. And a half right. So do you buy things are going to be different now. You know I think I think that's a two part answer so I think on one hand it you know. This is absolutely something the business community has been asking for and even sometimes begging for is a little bit more certainty around these rules so I think this is. This is good news it also comes at a convenient moment because the Fed has just kind of promised that it is going to take a step back and stop stop providing that kind of you know sort of constant support and helping hand and so I feel like this kind of is falling into place Could be good news for the economy. So many let me ask you this About this deal what I don't I truly don't want to be pessimistic here right because this deal is important if it's real and will bring upside benefit what happens and if somehow this thing falls apart in the next phase of negotiations which is also what Larry cudlow was promised that we're moving right to face to yeah I I think to be honest. It's it's wise is to be skeptical at this point And I think you know invested let has even said something to that effect When we were there at the White House the thing to watch out for is this enforcement mechanism there is going to be a process by which the the US and China will decide whether the living up to the deal right and if America decides actually China's China's not then there will be a process to put the tires back up again So they've they've written in a way to this to break down The other thing we know is that the the success of the next phase of negotiations is going to depend on how well this first phase goes so if there were suspicions than don't don't expect to see many more deals But yeah you know we don't we don't know it is but it is wise to be to be skeptical that everything is going to be hugged from now on I will not know how All right gina listener to the Fed. Here two two day meeting on interest rates Nothing changed and there seems to be a consensus that that perhaps the Federal Reserve is done for a while. And more to the point as I talked with your colleague from the Times Neil earned went about This week that that maybe the Fed now is acknowledging that somehow it it didn't necessarily have everything right the past couple of years right absolutely so I think one of the one of the things. They came out of this week's Fed conference. This is the number of times. Jay Powell either said or alluded to the fact that the United States is not at full employment which is kind of crazy because since roughly awfully twenty fifteen late two thousand fifteen early twenty sixteen which you obviously know. You know we've been telling everybody they've been telling everybody you know we're at or near full employment to the point that it kind of just became a trope. They said it all the time and so now I think the Fed is taking a step back and saying you know in the end they have been for to be fair for the past probably nine to twelve months they have been kind kind of headed in this general direction. But they're taking step back and kind of saying you know we are. We have a very strong labor market in some places. It's very tight but we are not not sure what full employment means in two thousand nineteen in a world where we don't see crazy wage pressures and we definitely don't see crazy. Inflation futures prices are still well below their target. You're more efficient coming up but a second. Let me ask you this and and I I know there was talk about this at the press conference I frankly forget. Are they basically done with rates. Do you think for twenty twenty absent Data that changes their minds. I think yeah absolutely and it sounds like. They're even a little bit skeptical that they know what's going to happen in two thousand twenty one so the committee has pencilled in the next move to be the at one hike in two thousand twenty one but we asked chair pal about that and he kind of said. Hey you know that's a long time from now and it's going to happen between now and then Judas all right Trade for the last questions. McCain's over to you. I don't WanNa give Short Shrift to the US MCA which W- the deal the agreement with the White House and and House Democrats was announced. Marginal gain big deal. Discuss okay so again. This is one where we might have to so I think one of the the big things that that that people on the left looking out for was whether it's labor rules would be properly enforceable and so I've been digging into the detail of this it does look like they secured some meaningful meaningful changes but all of the action here is in the in the implementation. Right it's one of those things where you really just don't know until you start to use it. and that's the common thread for both of these agreements right. I mean just in ten seconds. That's the short answer. We gotta wait and see. Yep and that's a boring slow on seventy one somme McCain's at the economist. Gina Smile at the New York Times. Thanks you too. I appreciate hangings have a nice

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Whitney Houston, Pat Benatar, Soundgarden among this year&#39;s first-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Whitney Houston, Pat Benatar, Soundgarden among this year&#39;s first-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees

"Twenty the rock and roll hall of fame is about sixteen nominees for its class of twenty twenty Whitney Houston is one of nine first time nominees St Matthew's band the Doobie brothers Motorhead Pat Benatar Soundgarden T. rex thin Lizzy and Brooklyn's Biggie Smalls are all first time contenders also on the list Depeche Mode Judas Priest craftwork MC five nine inch nails Rufus featuring Chaka Khan and Todd Rundgren was nominated for the first time last year he's been eligible since nineteen ninety five the fan voting is now open online it closes January tenth the twenty twenty induction ceremony takes place in Cleveland on may

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Colonial Downs Hosts The Virginia Derby

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Colonial Downs Hosts The Virginia Derby

"Let's get right to it with those three contenders and we'll start with english english be the son of english channel who won this race in two thousand and five. Tell us a little bit about english be coming up to the virginia derby. Yeah i mean look. He's been a hard knocking earth. He's not a host showed. A tremendous amount is a two year old <hes> but he's just one of those cool hoses. It's been a little bit of a surprise and <hes> shows up even when he's beating. He's not beating very far. <hes> just a nice supposed to be around. He's run some excellent numbers numbers and and he's got a lot of talent. He's worse that i kinda got onto early on in his career <hes> i i really think he's destined for some big things down the road. I think so. I mean look he's had a he had a pretty solid year and i i feel do you like at some point here. We would probably going to give him a break. <hes> 'cause like i said to. Mike is very consistent but look. I thought this was a great spot. I've always had it in the back. Oh my mind and <hes> you know we get thrown on a great tip. We'll santa colonial yeah and he has the pedigree for that mentioned being by english channel who won this race. A._c.'s also out of a kitten's joy mayor and we know kitten's joy won the virginia derby as well so he's. He's got that in his corner to graham. You'd certainly let me think that he would handle the distance. I mean i i didn't think he got the mountains in the belmont derby but then that was also great one so it's a little little bit hudson against that caliber voted. I mentioned the last time that this race was run couple years ago you want it would just howard for all l. Lynch was aboard that day today team up with frugal again would solidify the son of tap is our the second of the three that you have in the virginia derby today today talk about solidify for a minute yeah. I think he's a bit of a sneaky horse in here this host because clearly last time he didn't runs race. He never got involved. It was extremely greenlee hot that day <hes> and he just seemed unusually lethargic so i'm really hoping i can put a line through that. We've given him plenty of time to get over. It and i beat surprised if he doesn't show back get back in his game tonight. I mean you go back to last year and he'd beats. Winston won the belmont so you know clearly. He's the class yeah. He's a horse that <hes> maybe didn't like delaware sometimes sources they don't run well at delaware and then they come back go to different track and they perk up. I don't know what it is about delaware. Maybe it's the heat or something you would. You would probably know better than i yeah. I agree with you. I i certainly have run sub races there and i. It was extremely hot that day. <hes> and i gotta think that might have played into it. I think you know his. I racing the tail. The cat was solid. I really liked the model names for this force and robbie walsh who gets on him every day. You know we've talked about it this week and he feels certain great <hes> and he worked up this race so grandma. I know that judas a big fan of english beat tonight the horse that you send out that i think it can maybe pull off a little bit upset of who went to look at it. That way is shooting the breeze <hes> from a numbers perspective. I think he fits and i think his running style fits this turf course how about you look. I you know i really had a hard time deciding how to handle this tonight because i feel like like these. Three horses are very evenly matched but i just i couldn't talk myself out of running any of the three of them. If you like so look i feel very good about all three of them. We gelded shooting the breeze sent his last <hes> has lost that was probably the first disappointing rates really.

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"judas" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM

KHJ 930 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM

"But ultimately he did what he did whatever his intentions were and it doesn't seem like well i guess and that's my point right there then maybe maybe i'm thinking that he didn't because it seems like he did have a choice but i don't know i don't know that he was doing what he was doing for a bad reason well you know the as they say the road to hell is paid with good intention here's my personal read as i meditate upon judas judas was a since very gifted very talented ban jesus had entrusted him with the financial care of the group of the disciples of course judas began in little ways to cheat and steal and in doing so he also left himself open to be manipulated by the evil one and especially because judas had one huge fault he was ambitious ambitious to a fault and that he wanted the hated romans out of israel and he wanted the kingdom of israel to be restored on earthly terms and when it became clear that jesus was not the kaieda messiah he wanted he wanted a military economic political savior not the savior that god gave us in the person of jesus of nazareth once that became clear that jesus had a different idea of what it meant to to build up the kingdom that it was a kingdom that was going to be different than the kingdom that judas had in mind which was about power wealth and glory in earthly things judas became despondent and disillusioned because jesus wasn't filling his desires rather than doing what we all should do which is a line our will with the will of god which is revealed to us in jesus judas wanted god to align himself with judas will and so it left him all been to manipulation by the evil one and luke chapter twenty two makes it pretty clear it says this about judas says then satan entered into judas called the scarier who is one of the number of the twelve he went away and conferred with the chief priests and officers how he might be trae him to them and they were glad and engaged to give him money so he agreed and sought an opportunity betray him to them in the absence of the multitude so you see how you know it was judas giving up on god because god wouldn't do what judas wanted god to do that led him to be open.

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"judas" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Okay yeah so an entry level and that went on for several years and i got into doing some invasive species work when i was down in the us virgin islands doing work down there met my wife down there and how are we catch the beavers and now their foothold so the whole gamut the whole thing yeah yeah i know i know those handcock wive trance you guys you guys were getting after for real yeah yeah dues from michigan use those never touch so yeah did some work in in in islands and then went to florida did kind of work in the islands offshore ratification kind of stuff and we did rat eradication 's goat radically to protect threatening dangerous facing small offshore islands it's really neat actually when you remove a species locker rat or goat with the island does the smaller islands man they they blew mica flower you know right back you know when you remove those invasive since you ever use the judah strategy yes and i still do can you explain that yeah so if you remember your your your bible stories do this was the one who betrayed jesus and and so that's where the term judas animal comes from so you take that and we'll capture so an feral swine we'll take one put a radio transmitter on on its necker and it's year capture it turn it back loose and it'll run back to the other you know the sounders which color grouper so it'll go back to the sound or you know other other pigs in a leader though so it's real effective.

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"judas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Yeah so it really depends on the question the asking as you just noted right lack student loan judas just too simple piece of information often what you wanna to do is you may want to know a given set of points do they lie on a buddy glittered a given set of points do they cross multiple neighborhoods given to the fines on the all within a certain in the region of each other for example a mile of each other there's a lot of these questions that they want to know and depending on the type of question the analysis may be a little bit different that's basically what just analysis so the information that he started off with the latitude longitude it's actually a pretty small self contained data the geospatial product comes in value paint trying to tighten with some regions of some roads or some other geometric objects right i've done a number shows where people talk about this enrichment pipeline where they will take some minimal set of geospatial data for example coming off cell phones or coming off of a fit bit and they'll have a data enrichment pipeline where they take that data and they'll find the nearest store or they'll find the state that this person is in or they'll they'll take a set of points and they'll find the acceleration that person is taking across some domain so what are the typical patterns around enriching these kind of lat long data sets.

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"judas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Yeah so it really depends on the question the asking as you just noted right lack student loan judas just too simple piece of information often what you wanna to do is you may want to know a given set of points do they lie on a buddy glittered a given set of points do they cross multiple neighborhoods given to the fines on the all within a certain in the region of each other for example a mile of each other there's a lot of these questions that they want to know and depending on the type of question the analysis may be a little bit different that's basically what just analysis so the information that he started off with the latitude longitude it's actually a pretty small self contained data the geospatial product comes in value paint trying to tighten with some regions of some roads or some other geometric objects right i've done a number shows where people talk about this enrichment pipeline where they will take some minimal set of geospatial data for example coming off cell phones or coming off of a fit bit and they'll have a data enrichment pipeline where they take that data and they'll find the nearest store or they'll find the state that this person is in or they'll they'll take a set of points and they'll find the acceleration that person is taking across some domain so what are the typical patterns around enriching these kind of lat long data sets.

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"judas" Discussed on Rosewood Church Sermons

Rosewood Church Sermons

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on Rosewood Church Sermons

"You need to do is to accept and to believe and through that yes through that we should be compelled to live lives that are changed and transformed but there's nothing that we can do to earn salvation he says it's finished i have made it possible for you to have that he comes to our rescue when we need him so he knew that judas was going to portray him he knew that the disciples would turn their back on him in his time of need he knew all that was going to happen yet he still chose to wash their feet jesus chose to wash jeez judas feet as well his betrayer if you knew that someone was going to intentionally hurt you wrong you do something evil towards you would you still be able to do something like that for them to wash their feet to serve them to forgive them in advance for most of us if we're honest the answer is no for most of us or we would try to get back at them or try to do something so that they couldn't hurt us for most of us forgiveness if we're honest is difficult forgiveness is difficult but jesus shows that forgiveness is necessary forgiveness is what we need to extend to others for he extends it to us and expect us to do the same and there are times where it's easier than other times right there are times where it may be easy to forgive that incidents but there are other times where it's harder are we able to forgive parents who have abandoned us are we able to forgive children who disobey us and rebel against us are we able to forgive spouses who cheat on us or or lie to us are we able to forgive people in general who wrong us are we able to forgive as quickly as jesus forgives you see on our own we're not able to do that but with his help we can do anything with his help we can put those hurts behind us and move on.

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"judas" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"judas" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"He said something to the effective yeah you hit him with the the chorus but if the deaf leopard trick like there's an this second courses the woman knock some ena there's a foot oslo there's a this was actually three hooks and yes room for whatever i become now that i betrayed i become galayev judas resented that goes like hook after hook up joke and it is a deaf leopard trick is is is waging the double hook at an and and when we're talking about um one of the reasons that helped junus get as far as it did was the video which is it if it's not at ten million views by the time we releases as can be free for can close what are you guys remember what making the video would you think of the concept because that came from basically i watched a that you and i talk about this for years rich about doing garden of eden by guns n' roses and revamping it will akhi it more modern i saw sick of it all redid garden of eden and i remember what i saw that i approach to you and said oh i love this idea think we should try to do it and use like in you're like would that's already been done before i didn't realize the garden of eden was a video and you pull that went up and said yeah but i think i like the way they instead of the words it was kind of a combination of those ideas one was ones that i always thought that'd be cool video and you cambridge as a i got it to this is this is the version i know and i think for me just to all dressed the video in saying that i think part of the reason that judas was so successful it was the right song.

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"judas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"judas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And they'd come down and and you know preach repentance and everything else and so they were looking for a warrior and i think judas one of those guys and when he realised we're coming into town and you're not you're not going to overthrow this you're you're not the guy now i think he was so disillusioned because he couldn't understand the message of peace and of changing the world the way christ was looking at it that he thought youth betrayed me you've lied to me and so you can look at and say mean not that he was a good guy but i understand i understand how he got there now and and i have no idea if if what he he was like it's a plausible theory to me not that i'm anne arbiter of as well theories that i don't know any scriptural evidence for that but and i pretty much rely on that but there may no scriptural evidence of any other note on yeah absolutely and is a fascinating thought because but i will say another point i and a judas since you brought him out i don't really fall tim in one way either jesus was born to die he he he in the holy spirit and the father created as knowing we're going to fall and knowing that the father would have to send the sun send the sun the to her earth to become a human being into die for our sense so he was the only person as bishop fulton genes that ever who ever lived his life backwards from the cross for is all about the cross he was born to die so of juice hadn't betrayed him someone else would in god's providential sovereignty now that doesn't mean do this was a good guy for doing it that and that doesn't mean he had free didn't have free will and doing it but we all him because christ if christ had not died we wouldn't be able to live and i say that kind of a mix thing i don't mean we all i'm glad he betrayed him but it's an interesting thing crisis came to die for our sense i love the guy who just casually mentions bishops fulton gene i never knew who this guy was until somebody said to me i grew up in the pacific northwest myths.

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"judas" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"judas" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Now i look at judas as a real zealot because that's josephus that's the way they described jesus he was one of the zealots up in the mountains right there were a lot of people that were claiming that they were the messiah at the time and they lived up in the mountains and they'd come down and and you know preach repentance and everything else and so they were looking for a warrior and i think ju this was one of those guys and when he realised we're coming into town and you're not you're not going to overthrow this you're you're not the guy now i think he was so disillusioned because he couldn't understand the message of peace and of changing the world the way christ was looking at it that he thought youth betrayed me you've lied to me and so you can look at judas say not that he was a good guy but i understand i understand how he got there yep and and i have no idea if if what he he was like it's a plausible theory to me not that i'm anne arbiter of laws while theories that i don't know any scriptural evidence for that but and i pretty much rely on that but there there's no scriptural evidence of any other no i'm not so yeah absolutely and it's a fascinating thought because but i will say another point i wanna make judas since you brought.

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"judas" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"judas" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"Okay nobody said it was judas they thought is it on judas fell into transgression now you go to john chapter to almost done john chapter john chapter or seer john chapter tubers twenty four this is interesting because this says something about jesus healed john chapter tubers 24 but jesus did not commit himself to them because he knew all and had no need that anyone should testify of man were he knew what was in right we know that jesus knows all things knows what was in yet yet the scripture says the judas fell into transgression and nobody horse among the disciples it infers that they were aware that judas was going to portray right but then you come to john chapter six john chapter six for sixty six john chapter six we'll let's go to persist john chapter six in verse number sixty therefore many of his disciples when they heard this said this is a hard saying okay who can understand it for sixty one see it for sixty one and jesus new in himself that his disciples complained about this and he said to them does this a finn ju verse number sixty two what then if you should see the son of men ascend where he was before it is the spirit who gives life in the flesh the prophets nothing the words i speak to you they are spirit and they are life now what what jesus ask him if this offended.

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