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A highlight from Pack Wisely, Hunt Confidently: A Two-Part Series with Mike Kentner and David Merrell

RADCast Outdoors

07:40 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from Pack Wisely, Hunt Confidently: A Two-Part Series with Mike Kentner and David Merrell

"This episode of RadCast Outdoors is brought to you by P .K. Lures, Bow Spider, and High Mountain Seasonings. Fish on! Hey, RadCast is on! Hunting, fishing, and everything in between. This is RadCast Outdoors. Here are David Merrill and Patrick Edwards. Well hello and welcome everybody. Back to the RadCast Outdoors podcast. I'm David Merrill. We'll have to excuse Patrick Edwards today. He is traveling on the road and I am home between hunts for a momentary break in time. I actually was out trying to fill an elk tag this morning and was rather unsuccessful at filling a tag but had a great morning anyways. Fall is in the air guys. It's definitely time to get your gear, get out of the woods, and go enjoy it whether you're fishing, hunting, hiking, or backpacking. I've asked a former guest and another guest to come join us today. I've got Mr. Mike Kentner with me. Hello Mike. Hello. Glad to be here. Yeah, we were out looking for a few elk this morning and hiking around and I twisted his arm and said let's talk about what's in Mike's backpack. As you guys know I like to go hunting and over the years gear has changed dramatically from when I first started in the mid 90s and certainly from when you first started, right? Absolutely. In the early days we carried a fanny pack, nobody carried a backpack. Nobody had the idea Everly stock came out with I think to coin the phrase go in light come out heavy to be able to pack out when you went in. The early days we never did that. It's all kind of a newer concept in my world anyway. And I started in the scouting industry doing 50 milers and that kind of stuff so I had a pretty good grasp on what you should and what weight should be on how to navigate through the mountains. I had some orienteering, some compass, some basic survival under my belt, some first aid and some safety. But you have to put all that together and then you've got to start putting your backpack together and there is so many options now compared to when I first bought a $10 book bag from Walmart and put a few things in it and went hiking around saying man this and when we harvested stuff for the most part I threw a quarter on my shoulder and went hiking down the trail or I went and got horses or a dirt bike or a quad or a four wheeler but for the most part western style stuff it was I remember getting one of the very first real hunting backpacks I got was a fanny pack style. Yeah that's what we all started with back then we carried just the basic essentials maybe something to light a fire with, stuff to take care of your game if you put something down and then if you shot anything you walked all the way back to camp empty changed out for a metal frame and went back in for your meat. Yes and those metal frames have pretty much gone the wayside. A few guys still have them there's some companies making some really cool ones now and what you mean by metal is an external just a frame pack no bag attached nothing. It had a load shelf on it you set the shelf on tight most time they didn't have straps you had to use paracord or some kind of cord to tie your meat onto the pack. Now backpacks have obviously evolved the idea of backpack hunting has evolved and we're discussing a little bit today you know when I'm going on an expedition style Everest climb style hunt I'm taking a completely different kit than I am day hunting elk from the truck. Right everything down to I may use the same frame the same base frame but my bag load will be different I use a very small bag for my day hunts like today I use a 2800 inch bag for my day hunts and you go over a 6000 for a long hunt if you're going in for five or six days or more. Now day hunting what is your backpack in a way versus when the difference between a four day hunt and a ten day hunt you only have food difference you've got the same spotting scope the same shelter the same clothes for this kind of discussion a little bit we're basically going to talk day hunt or multi day now if you're talking four day or ten day that the only difference there is you're adding six extra days of food realistically same if I'm only going two nights then I might do something different but if I'm going for four to five nights I'm doing the same thing I would be doing if I'm doing ten to twelve nights. Yeah as far as your overnight gear still is pretty much the same. So that leads me to this first question is and I used to the first year or two elk hunting here in Wyoming I took my 7000 cubic inch bag just compressed it all the way down ran it empty and hunted with that but it stuck up so much higher than my head every time I duck under something I'm getting hung up so I switched to a 1850 Icon Pro from QU years ago I'm now running the Stryker XL from Kefaru that's my day bag and it's inch and then I throw a Sherman pocket and a guide lid and a claymore so now I'm like 3000 cubic inch but I don't have that completely full and we discuss this how full do you run your 2800 in day hunt mode? My day in day hunt mode is less than half full of what I pack and then I have plenty of room for jackets clothing depending on the weather any of that kind of stuff I'm gonna have in it but my base bag with my everything to take care of game and everything is less than halfway full. So some of the things that are in mind that I can think of is I always have a small first aid kit right nicks cuts scrapes burns some aspirin and then I have a kill kit usually involves I actually really like to use rubber gloves I grew up not doing it but when you're doing multi day multi hunt multi tags it's really nice to have a pair of rubber gloves to keep a little bit cleaner while you're processing but you definitely need those game bags I run six game bags how many do you run? Usually five I keep five in there for elk and big stuff it's always five and the reason guys I'm why running more than four quarter bags is well you've got neck meat back straps tenderloins I like to keep those two separate and what I've found is when we're doing either llamas or horses it's really easy even if we're backpacking and we've got to hang the meat away from bears I like to have all four of those quarters in their own bag and then I need two more for the rest of the stuff and sometimes I even like to grab another bag to put capes in. Yeah it's nice to have one for your cape if you're in the backcountry and you think you're going to have an animal mounted it's nice to have a cape a bag for your cape go as well so I usually carry like when I shot my bull this year I had six bags in me with me at the time so I have my five I primarily put meat in and then I have one backup one for the cape to bag it in so you need a good quality bags and quite a few of them. I don't typically pack water filtration in day hunt mode sometimes I like to run an algae and a bladder bag and I just fill that up in the morning and typically that's four liters of water I can pretty much make it through a day on that much water yeah I'm starting out a little heavier but I don't have to stop and pump during the day so do you what do you do for water in typical day hunt mode? I run bladder bags two liter bladder bags and so I usually run either one and a half or one liter and a two liter or two two liter bags so I'm running three to four liters and but I do carry the small Sawyer water filtration pretty much everywhere weighs under four ounces does about a pint at a time you got to refill the bag but it is a good way to get some extra water if you need it.

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"just 6000" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"just 6000" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"Concern already of how long the walkout could last. No one wants to strike. President Biden says he's sending two top aides to Detroit in hopes of finding a solution, but also says workers have a right to negotiate a fair collective bargaining agreement. ABC's Sherri Preston has more on the sticking points. Instead of one big picket line targeted strikes against three different plants at one time. One of them is in Wayne, Michigan, where they make Ford vehicles and where UAW member Scott Fox says it's getting to be a two perfect two system. -tier You got the mega dollar dudes and you got us down here. CEO of another of the big three Ms. Mary Barra says their employees do benefit from profit sharing. When GM does well, our employees do well. United Auto Workers says compared to the millions that Barra and other CEOs make and pay in stock options, it's still nowhere near fair. President Biden expected to meet with Ukrainian President Zelensky next Thursday at the White House. It will follow Biden's appearance at the U. N. General Assembly. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says Ukraine continues its counteroffensive against Russian attacks. I think you can anticipate that there will be a further announcement of additional resources and capabilities, additional weapons to go to Ukraine as they continue this counteroffensive and to defend against Russian attacks at some point next week. In Italy, officials were working to relocate thousands of migrants after they landed on an island. Close to 7000 migrants arriving to the small Italian island of and producer in 48 hours. The island has a population of just 6000. The United Nations Refugee Agency now saying it's crucial that the migrants be relocated because of the island's limited resources. Officials have already set transfers up to the larger island of Sicily. Experts are also calling on other European countries to step in and help settle those who will be recognized as refugees. And as Delicaterra ABC News at the Foreign you're listening to ABC News. Newsradio 1000 FM 977 stay connected, stay informed. Good afternoon Northwest News time 1202. I'm Taylor Van

A highlight from Facing the Dragon with Vivek Ramaswamy and Rich Baris

The Charlie Kirk Show

10:34 min | 4 months ago

A highlight from Facing the Dragon with Vivek Ramaswamy and Rich Baris

"Hey, everybody. Vivek Ramaswamy, who is surging into second place in the Republican field, and Rich Barris join us. Subscribe to our podcast by opening up your podcast app and type in Charlie Kirk show. Email me as always, freedom at charliekirk .com. Get involved, get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at tpusa .com. Turning Point USA is the way we stop the cultural revolution, is with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. Joining us now is Rich Barris. He has a lot of polling that he wants to discuss from the People's Pundit Daily. Rich, you were watching the response, the ACT Conference. What is your response to it? Did you learn anything? Does it confirm some other big trends that you are seeing? Rich Barris? You know, Charlie, I was actually just saying yesterday, and as always, thanks for having me on. In the 2022 primaries, there was already this fight between the Trump wing, the Turning Point base, right, the war room crowd, you put it all together, and the traditional wings of the party, or I hate saying traditional, it's just how the media phrases it, and they lost. And I'm not sure that you can win a presidential nomination by ignoring the young base of the party. So it did, you know, the energy confirmed it, the Turning Point straw poll confirmed it. I really think that was a mistake by Governor DeSantis not going there, especially considering, I mean, they had the summit with evangelical leaders with Bob Vander Plaatsch, Trump did not go to that, and the media made a lot of hay about that. But in truth, I thought it was a bigger mistake for DeSantis not to go to an event in his own state where the real base of his party is. And he wants to be president of Iowa, I guess. You cannot win a nomination by being the president of Iowa, but we just polled that state, Charlie, and as you can see from what I sent you, that doesn't even look like that's going to happen. So you needed to appeal to a greater number of people. I've been saying this for a while, MAGA is younger, MAGA is more diverse, MAGA is the future, and you cannot win a Republican nomination doing what Ron DeSantis is doing, which is running a 1990s 2000 style Republican campaign. So, Rich, it's confusing to me and I want to make sure it's clear, I get hate mails for saying this, but Ron DeSantis is a great governor. Some people, you know, are trying to rewrite history. We're honest on this show. He's not a good candidate. He's not going in a good direction, presidential candidate. He's running a poor campaign, but he's been a terrifically conservative governor. And Rich, I'm confused. What is the internal strategy around there? What is the calculation? If you don't want to talk to 6000 voters, just walk me through it. I mean, I'm a Trump guy, but I'm also an interested patriot who doesn't want to see a conservative governor become so deeply unpopular that it's going to turn Florida blue. I'm not kidding. What am I missing here, Rich? Because it seems to be a pattern of mistakes, Rich Barris. Yeah, it's a tragic story. It's one we've seen a lot on the Republican side, unfortunately, where they take somebody with a bright future and they being the consultant class, they take somebody with a bright future. They see dollar signs around these people. Charlie, the filings just came out and people like me, even from NBC News to The Washington Post to The New York Times, I hate to say it, but they all see what I see, which is what you and I have been talking about for months. This is a donor's you know what dream. This is not a campaign for the people. This is not a campaign to reach the future of the party. And by the way, it might have been 6000 people in attendance at the Turning Point Action Conference. But how many people watched online? How many people want speeches online, clips online? It's a lot more than that. I mean, you know those numbers better than I. Yeah. You know those numbers better than I, Charlie, a lot more than the Bob Vander Plaats event. Give me a break. It was unbelievable. He was obviously told by consultants not to go there because he was afraid of the reception that he was going to get, which, by the way, if you're afraid of Turning Point activists, how are you going to fare in front of Vladimir Putin? How are you going to fare in front of Xi Jinping? You can't stand up to the base of your own party? It's sad because it's really worse than people are saying when I'm looking at these numbers. I'm looking at a lot of consultants getting rich. I'm looking at a lot of vendors who have failed Republican campaigns time and time again, getting rich. I'm looking at millions upon millions of dollars that could have been spent at vote, you know, some more sophisticated get out vote being operation spent on making them rich. Meanwhile, his poll numbers just completely tank. IBD, TIP out today. We took a lot of flack because we were the first ones to put him in the teens. Well, at least we still have him at 17. IBD and TIP have him at 14 nationally now. He was 19 percent in our poll in Iowa. I got to tell you, that stunned me, Charlie. He spent, that campaign has spent a lot of money in Iowa. And I was thinking anywhere this guy's going to be at 30, 32 percent, it will be the state of Iowa. He was not. The entire strategy is built around evangelicals. And Trump had a 31 point lead with evangelicals in Iowa. So overall, Trump was ahead 51 to 19. And we put out that map. And it's it's just, again, it's tragic. It's a tragic story because I don't know a young governor his age as successful as he was. I don't know that anyone couldn't have looked at him and said he had a bright future. Why would you do this? And the truth is, look at the FEC filings and then you'll see clear as day why it was easy to convince him to do this and why people tried to convince him. What is it? So hold on, hold on, hold on. What is the S? What are what are in the files? Because people, there's been a lot of cattle walling around it. We were running an event and dealing with all sorts of stuff. Tell us about the filings, Rich. A lot of people don't know about it. His burn rate is through the roof. A burn rate is basically the ratio of how much have you got coming in versus how much you're putting out. They're burning, they're churning and burning through the money he's raised. And he has nowhere to go to get more money because not only have people maxed out, most of his vast majority of his donations not only came from big donors who are maxed out and cannot come back, but not just for the primary Charlie, but most of them have even maxed out for the general election. And then the one out of six that he has remaining cash on hand, which is about 21 million dollars, is actually not really the case because one out of six dollars of that 21 million can only be used in a general election. So the truth is, Trump outraised him on what can be used before Iowa and New Hampshire. So again, no low dollar contributions. To be fair, every non -Trump candidate is having problems with low dollar contributions. But why does this matter? No matter how much money DeSantis' PAC brings in, a PAC cannot run a campaign. There are jobs that need to be run through the campaign. There are not even jobs, like I'm talking about people taking roles. There are things, there are operations that only a campaign can do. You cannot coordinate with the super PAC. So all that will do is make the consulting class even more rich while the campaign flounders. That's why Hillary Clinton had such a low dollar contributions coming in and revitalizing his campaign. Trump has always been a low dollar bull when it came to raising money. So he never had this problem of his donors maxing out. So he's really, and there's been a lot of comparisons made in the last couple of days looking at this, these reports, to Scott Walker in 2016. This is the same warning signs we saw flashing with Scott Walker and his money situation. And he didn't even make it to a single state, Charlie. So this is very real. This is a very real problem. However, remember, again, the consultants, they're millions richer, millions richer. The vendors, millions richer. It's tragedy. I love the framing of the tragedy because in some ways, we want everyone to be the best version of themselves. He has a terrific record. And so then I was chatting with somebody and texting who is a DeSantis person. And they said, oh, Charlie, you know, I would have given the same advice for Ron DeSantis not to show up, which is just so silly. And they said, they said, what would you have expected him to do? I'd say, look, just take a little bit of a pay. I mean, obviously they don't listen to people like me because they think they know better. But when you have a problem, confront it or just do an open mic and say, if you disagree, let's chat. Do you understand the virality, Rich? That would have been right. I mean, you have 6 ,000 grassroots activists. And honestly, Ron DeSantis is a smart guy. If I would advise him Ron DeSantis, I'd look him in the eyes and be like, you're tough. You're smart. Lean in, man. Have a have a viral grassroots moment. Listen to people. Clarify the misconceptions. And you're in a dominance. You're in a dominance struggle with an alpha beast. You don't do that by avoidance. You don't do that. You're right, Rich. Now that his campaign is going down, people don't want to give money. He's laying off staff and it's going down. He's going down to the polls.

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Russia's Wagner boss says more than 20,000 of his troops died in Bakhmut battle

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Russia's Wagner boss says more than 20,000 of his troops died in Bakhmut battle

"The fact that militia, which is aiding Russia wage war on Ukraine. Says thousands have lost their lives. Wagner's chief says his false has lost more than 20,000 soldiers in the drawn out battle for bakhmut, with about 20% of the 50,000 Russian convicts he recruited to fight in the 15 month war dying in the eastern Ukrainian city. The figures in stark contrast with claims for Moscow for its lost just over 6000 troops in the war. It's also higher than the official estimate of the Soviet losses in the Afghanistan war of 15,000 troops between 1979 and 1989, the Ukrainian general staff says that heavy fighting is continuing in days after Russia said it's completely captured the devastated city. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Must-Have Bookshelf: Why Even Non-Readers Need It

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:23 min | 7 months ago

Must-Have Bookshelf: Why Even Non-Readers Need It

"Now you could say, well, people are listening on audible, which is perfectly admirable, or even on reading on Kindle. And all of that is true. Nevertheless, not to have ten books worthy of one shelf, so I recommend to people, and I'll tell you on what basis, and you'll certainly identify with this having been through my home a number of times. So I think people should have a bookshelf of books, even if they didn't read one of the books in the bookcase. You have that. Sean said that. Sean has many bookcases of books either. So it is a statement that I value the life of the mind. I value the intellect. I value the book. So I strongly recommend that people somewhere have it. Number two, I know how big an impact this makes on the visitor because of my room with at least a thousand books. At least. I own about 6000 books, but I don't have the room for them. But the office in which I do my work is maybe more than 50, it's like 1500 books.

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So What Does Bernie Sanders' 100% Billionaire Tax Plan Look Like?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 7 months ago

So What Does Bernie Sanders' 100% Billionaire Tax Plan Look Like?

"Sanders proposing a 100% tax on anyone who makes over a $1 billion So you make 999 million you get the point You'd pay whatever The 30% tab whatever the effective tax rate is I think it's something like 26% for the top 1% So roughly around 26 30% That doesn't factor in payroll taxes state taxes sales taxes you get the point right He wants you to pay a 100% tax meeting you have no access to money You make $10 billion 9 billion goes to the government Now sane people liberals again you can turn the show off now I'm not talking to you I get it We're talking to sane normal people not the imbecile class Same people would say to themselves well why then would I work or take risks with my money and my time and my sweat equity Why would I do that to earn money I can't keep enough to give to the U.S. government to flush down a toilet So then what would happen Well what you would see is you would see people start pulling out assets selling assets liquidating assets which would crash the stock market crash the real estate market You would see businesses fall There's people would likely close up businesses and retire I have my brother in law is a very conservative guy and this is to the show Chuck if you're listening how you doing buddy He listens out in Oklahoma He's good guys the doctor He said to me once something about ten years ago and I thought gosh I'll use that on my show to explain economics to liberal morons He said why would I go to work as a doctor if I was limited to say $5000 a day in revenue if it cost me 6000 to open my office HR staff insurance equipment you'd have to pay for ultrasound machines and everything Every day you showed up to work you would be losing money So I know liberals who again are really stupid are having a tough time figuring this out

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Saul's Unlawful Sacrifice (1 Samuel 13: 1-14)

The Bible in a Year

02:22 min | 8 months ago

Saul's Unlawful Sacrifice (1 Samuel 13: 1-14)

"We're reading first Samuel, chapter 13 of 14, and praying psalm 58. First Samuel chapter 13. Saul's unlawful sacrifice. Saul was years old when he began to reign. And he reigned, and two years over Israel. Saul chose 3000 men of Israel 2000 were with Saul in mik mash in the hill country of bethel. And a thousand were with Jonathan in gibi of Benjamin. The rest of the people he sent home every man to his tent. Jonathan defeated the garrison of the Philistines, which was at giba, and the Philistines heard of it. And saw blew the trumpet throughout all the land, saying, let the hebrews hear. And all Israel heard it and said that Saul had defeated the garrison of the Philippines, and also that Israel had become odious to the Philistines. And the people were called out to join Saul at gilgal, and the Philistines mustered to fight with Israel 30,000 chariots and 6000 horsemen and troops like the sand on the seashore in multitude. They came up and encamped at mik mash. To the east of Beth aven. When the men of Israel saw that they were in straits for the people were hard pressed, the people hid themselves in caves and in holes and in rocks and entombs and in cisterns or crossed the forge of the Jordan to the land of gad in Gilead. Saul was still at gilgal and all the people followed him trembling. He waited 7 days at the time appointed by Samuel, but Samuel did not come to gilgal. And the people were scattering from him. So Saul said, bring the burnt offering here to me, and the peace offerings, and he offered the burnt offering. As soon as he had finished offering the burnt offering behold, Samuel came and saw went out to meet him and salute him. Samuel said, what have you done? And Saul said, when I saw that the people were scattering from me and that you did not come within the day's appointed. And that the Philistines had mustered at Mick mash, I said, now the Philistines will come down upon me at gilgal, and I have not entreated the favor of the lord. So I forced myself and offered the burnt offering. In Samuel said to Saul, you have done foolishly. You have not kept the commandment of the lord your God, which he commanded you for now. The lord would have established your kingdom over Israel forever. But now your kingdom shall not continue. The lord has sought out a man after his own heart and the lord has appointed him to be prince over his people because you have not kept what the lord commanded you.

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Sebastian and Chris Kohls Review David Lynch’s “Dune”

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 8 months ago

Sebastian and Chris Kohls Review David Lynch’s “Dune”

"Just say this about dune. I did not expect it to be good at all. I was dreading watching this film. 'cause you never seen it, right? I'd never seen it. I have seen the first half of the new film. The remake that's split the story into two halves, right. And I fell asleep like 6 times watching it. It was terrible. And I thought, oh God, I got to sit through this again, right? So I watched this one, and I do have to say, it's a lot better than the new one. And there are like these little hints of genius throughout the film. I have to say, there are moments of genius in this movie. And I can see why some people love it and why some people hate it. And maybe through the course of the hour, we can figure out why some people love it. Some people hate it. The reason I think maybe a lot of people hate it is because those moments of genius are fairly inconsistent. Do you have moments of genius and then you have moments of kind of tacky, weird stuff, and the thing that I want to compare it to a Star Wars. Because Star Wars very obviously ripped this story off from the novels, right? This is a novel originally. And I think for film, Star Wars did it better. Star Wars everything was very real and naturalistic George Lucas tried to make everything as realistic as possible. Whereas dune kind of feels like I'm going to see a Broadway show a little bit. Interesting. All right, look, this is where this is where it gets really fun because I watched this as a kid. I was 13 years old. I think it has been unduly maligned. Yes, there are issues with it, all the exposition, the voice-over stuff. I get it. But some aspects of it, I mean, the battle sequence. They had some battle sequences where they had 3000 people in the Mexican desert. I mean, just stunning. Is that true? Yeah. They had 6 Chris, they had 6000 costumes built by hand. 6 thousand costumes made for some of those costumes are amazing. Oh, my gosh. I mean, just the still Suits alone

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More than 6,000 troops to play role in Charles' coronation

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

More than 6,000 troops to play role in Charles' coronation

"Thousands of British military personnel will join King Charles's coronation. The UK defense ministry says 6000 troops, including soldiers, sailors, and aviators will participate on May 6th, making it the force's biggest ceremonial deployment for 7 decades. Thousands of them will escort the king and Camilla the queen consort as they travel by gilded horse drawn coach between Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, gun salutes will sound from British Army bases and warships and military aircraft, including World War II Spitfires, will perform a fly past. Defense secretary Ben Wallace calls it a spectacular and fitting tribute to King Charles, who is the armed forces commander in chief, Mimi Montgomery, London.

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Family of US couple kidnapped in Haiti pleads for release

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Family of US couple kidnapped in Haiti pleads for release

"The family of an American couple kidnapped in Haiti, pleads for their release after they say they paid $6000 and now the kidnappers want more money. Jean Dickens toussaint and his wife Abbey were kidnapped by gangs while visiting Haiti from Florida on March 18th according to sister Nikes toussaint. The gangs are now demanding $200,000 each. The family says it paid someone they trusted $6000 to give to the gang, but the money vanished. It's not unusual for gangs in Haiti, which often kidnap people to refuse to release them after ransoms are paid. The U.S. State Department says it's in contact with Haitian authorities, according to the UN, at least a 101 kidnappings were reported in the first two weeks of March with another 208 people killed in gang clashes. I'm Julie Walker

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eToro Taps Moneyfarm to Provide UK Clients with Stocks  Shares ISA

Finance Magnates

04:07 min | 9 months ago

eToro Taps Moneyfarm to Provide UK Clients with Stocks Shares ISA

"4 p.m. Friday March 10th, 2023. Etoro taps money farm to provide UK clients with stock shares ISA. Both tutorial and Israel based social trading network is partnering with money farm, a European digital wealth manager to provide its UK clients with a stocks and shares individual savings account ISA. However, the launch of the ISA solution will follow a phased approach etoro said in a statement on Friday, explaining that both companies will introduce more product integration in the coming months LTP GTL TPG TSA is a tax efficient investment account that exempts its holder from. Paying the UK income or capital gains tax on earnings made from investment arranged with the account. Through the collaboration, over 3 million registered etoro clients in the UK can now open this type of account, while the ref quax would not finance magnates dot com to Torah qua target quack Blanco roquat follow qua tagged, said LTP GTL TPG T toro explains new partnership with money farmable pretender the partnership, etoro explained, money farm will provide the. Technology platform create and manage the investment portfolios as well as. Manage customer relationships however, clients will be able to view. Their ISA balance on their portfolio with E toro LTP GTL TPG GT the money farm globally diversified discretionary portfolios are risk rated. And customers will be matched with the correct portfolios, managed by experts. De toro noted that LTP GTL TP GT speaking on collaboration, Dan macho ski it UK managing director. Noted that the development is significant for its clients given the upcoming. Changes to the UK's capital gains tax threshold. In November last year, Jeremy hunt, the UK pass Chancellor of the exchequer, announced that the country of past capital. Gain tax allowance in April this year will be cut down to 6000 from 12,300 with. Further reduction to 3000 scheduled for April 2024 LTP GTL TPG GT toro UK clients will now have the convenience of being able to open a stocks and shares ISA with money farm via our app, while continuing to use the. Etoro app to invest in a range of assets from stocks and crypto to commodities. And ETFs we will continue to build our ISA offering over time and we look. Forward to seeing how our clients respond, explain that LTP GT LTP GT toro doubles down on portfolio expansion new partnership with money farm comes less than a month after the social trading network the dot finance magnates dot com for exceeder launch a social sentiment portfolio of fear and retail trader sex Bissau toast from safest got target clock line quat real quote follow-up launched social sentimental tagged, a new portfolio that offers retail investors exposure to use listed. Companies known for their solid ESG efforts. In recent months, the social. Trading network has also introduced other portfolio expansion opportunities to its clients LTP GTL TPG T in late January. The trading and investment firm will have dot finance magnates dot com fantasy toro into safe power Ed portfolio thought a jet shy grow thus from quote target quad blank plot will quote follow caught introduced investor a U.S. will tagged a new smart. Portfolio that uses artificial intelligence to provide retail investors with. Exposure to the stocks of 12 high growth U.S. based companies. Additionally, in November last year, the company will talk dot finance magnates dot com for exceeder launch chess options trading in the months after acquiring gets by quad target quad blank will quote follow-up launched options trading will tag in the united. States LTP GT this article was written by Solomon Oladipo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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Koinly Review 2023 Crypto Tax Made Easy

Coin Bureau

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Koinly Review 2023 Crypto Tax Made Easy

"12 p.m. Thursday, March 9th, 2023. Queenly review 2023, crypto tax made easy. Crypto giveth and the tax men taketh away. It's a tale as old as time. Okay, maybe not that old, but we know taxes has been a pain in the backside for everyone since as far back as 6000 BC in the ancient Mesopotamian city state of lagash. That is a lot of tax paid over. The post coin reviewed 2023 crypto tax made easy appeared first on coin bureau.

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 Quake death toll nears 48,000 in Turkey, 6,000 in Syria

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Quake death toll nears 48,000 in Turkey, 6,000 in Syria

"Turkey has announced that the death toll in last month's 7.8 magnitude earthquake has risen to over 47,900. The head of turkey's disaster and emergency management agency said the people who died included over 6000 foreigners with Syrian nationals accounting for the largest share the February 6th quake affected 11 Turkish provinces and parts of neighboring Syria, the United Nations has estimated serious death toll at 6000, at least 230,000 buildings were destroyed or badly damaged in turkey,

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How Did Kari Lake Lose the Arizona Election for Governor?

The Officer Tatum Show

02:00 min | 11 months ago

How Did Kari Lake Lose the Arizona Election for Governor?

"All right, let me just say this. Let me get to Carrie leg. Because there was an article that my producers sent me that I think explains what I've been saying about the Kerry Lake situation. Do I think the election had a bunch of issues? Yeah. Yes. Stevie Wonder can see. The Arizona has some issues in the election. Had some issues at the ballot. But I've been saying this all along that I'm not the type of person to jump straight to the cheating is cheating and cheating is cheating. I really do believe that there was nefarious things, but I think that the reason they carry Lake did not win in a landslide was because of Republicans. The Republicans that didn't vote for her. Let me read this article from newsweek. And I think it'll give somewhat of a congruent basis. It's just Carrie Lake lost her bid to become Arizona's governor because she failed to get support from tens of thousands of Republican voters according to a report. An analyst of public voting record in November race found that Democrat Katie Hobbs managed to pick up support from more than 33,000 Republican leaning voters in Maricopa County who begged GOP canyon, candidates and other state elections such as the state treasurer and comparison Lake, a Donald Trump endorsed 2020 election, they call her election deniers, so you know this is a stupid paper in my opinion. Managed to gain only 5900 votes from Democrat leaning voters around 6000 Republican leaning voters also chose not to vote at all. Lake lost her election to Hobbes by 17,000 votes, meaning that 33,000 voters she failed to achieve from Republicans and Arizona's largest county ultimately cost her the election.

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Spurs set attendance record with 68K vs. Dubs

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Spurs set attendance record with 68K vs. Dubs

"An NBA attendance record was set at San Antonio was the warriors crushed the spurs one 44 one 13. The game drew 68,323 fans. Over 6000 more than the previous marks set when Michael Jordan's bulls played the hawks at the Georgia dome in March 1998. Golden State set a season high for points with Jordan Poole scoring 25 in Dante divincenzo adding 22. They were among 8 warriors in double figures. Trey Jones had a team high 21 points in the spurs fourth straight loss and 7th in their last 8 games. I'm Dave ferry.

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Trump's tax returns are now public. Here's what we know so far.

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Trump's tax returns are now public. Here's what we know so far.

"Democrats in the House have released 6 years worth of former president Donald Trump's tax records. It's the culmination of a years long effort to learn about the finances of the one time business mogul who refused to voluntarily release his private and business financial information while running for The White House. The tax information released spans nearly 6000 pages, including more than 2700 pages of individual returns from Trump and his wife Melania, and more than 3000 pages in returns from Trump's business entities. The House ways and means committee voted last week along party lines to make the information public

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Mining for EV Battery Components Leads to Human Rights Abuses

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Mining for EV Battery Components Leads to Human Rights Abuses

"There's virtually nonexistent transparency of the environmental degradation And the human rights abuses occurring in developing countries with yellow brown and black skinned people Both human rights abuses and environmental degradation are directly connected to the mining for the exotic minerals and metals That are required to manufacture wind turbines solar panels and electric vehicle batteries Today a typical EV battery weighs 1000 pounds It contains a contains 25 pounds of lithium 60 pounds of nickel 44 pounds of magnes a manganese 30 pounds of cobalt 200 pounds of copper 400 pounds of aluminum steel and plastic Inside all over 6000 individual lithium ion cells Should concern you that all those toxic components come from mining

Is It Ethical to Purchase an EV Lithium Battery Powered Vehicle?

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Is It Ethical to Purchase an EV Lithium Battery Powered Vehicle?

"And I believe this was post a climate depot which is a fantastic site This was written by Ronald Stein Is it ethical to purchase a lithium battery powered electric vehicle Listen you're going to learn something like I did I never knew this before With numerous state governors having issued executive orders to phase out the purchasing of gasoline driven cars within the next decade or so The automobile manufacturers efforts to phase into only manufacturing EVs or electrical vehicles Here's some food for thought about the lack of transparency about so called clean energy exploitations You ready There's virtually Well let me just put it to you They have an image that you can't see obviously The top image is an oil well where 100% organic material is pumped out of the ground taking up around 500 to a 1000 ft² Then it flows and pipeline safely transporting the oil to refineries to be manufactured into useful oil derivatives That are also the basis of more than 6000 products for society 6000 And into transportation fuels needed by the world's heavyweight and long-range infrastructures of aviation merchant ships cruise ships and militaries The lower image they show which again you can't see is just one lithium supply mine where entire mountains are eliminated Each mine usually consists of 35 to 40 humongous 7 9 7 caterpillar hall trucks along with hundreds of other large equipment Each 7 9 7 caterpillar hall you've seen on their massive Uses around half a million gallons gallons of diesel a year

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Dr. Mehmet Oz: Police Violence Is Not the Problem in Philly, Crime Is

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Mehmet Oz: Police Violence Is Not the Problem in Philly, Crime Is

"Crime is through the roof You have a mayor and a DA a DA put in there by Soros The mayor who looks the other way It's really awful The death rate in Philadelphia this is my home city and the Philadelphia and the suburbs And I think people are sick and tired of it I don't care what part of the ring What would you say to them Well we've got krasner which is a Soros funded DA who I voted against but has now made it very clear he does not think it's a crisis to have 550 people die a year in Philadelphia And the prior mayor who is a Democrat nutter I do free clinics so I had done a free clinic in Philadelphia and met him He wrote a piece saying what kind of a woke white crazy person thinks it's not a crisis when there are 550 black men primarily being murdered I can't walk out my stupid west Philadelphia because I'm worried about getting shot and I'm not worried about getting shot by cops You know I look this up I think there's 6000 police officers in Philadelphia There were less than ten discharges of weapons last year Not shooting discharges There's no police violence is not the problem here This is people killing each other because they know no one's enforcing the law And when that happens you are violating your coveted with the people The people say I'll pay my taxes I'll be a good citizen You make sure we're safe in the streets and you make sure your police are border They're not doing that either obviously because you've got a cartel run human trafficking operation And we've got immigrants being flown illegal immigrants being flown in the Pennsylvania under the cover of night So we're basically a border state

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"just 6000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"just 6000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Little bit and consumer spending expected to be down versus last year Michael the mix between the push and digital meeting the customer where they are at their convenience And yet in the press release talking about how there can be at least 7000 chipotle restaurants in North America This is up from our prior goal of just 6000 restaurants And talking about accelerating unit growth of 8 to 10% a year and really shoring up their real estate pipeline How are we thinking then about a real estate footprint as well Yeah so what's interesting is they want more sites with chipotles They generate huge AUVs average unit volumes for the chain and very attractive returns on investment The issue with those sites right now is that they're in such high demand Since the start of the pandemic quick service has absolutely not the cover off the ball and we're seeing aggressive growth In throughout the entire quick service segment So there is a lot of competition for those sites those sites are definitely more expensive than some of the inline and strip center type locations So we'll see But this isn't a surprise I mean as same store sales increase that increases the potential locations domestically here for the chain All right good analysis We really appreciate it My calend you've seen your restaurant analyst and senior research analyst at Bloomberg intelligence covering those chipotle earnings Let's talk by the way up about 6% in the after hours lifters or other earnings story it is down 3% So two different stories guys here Yeah but both suffering some sort of labor cost inflation but some able to pass it on some not whether or not we can stomach any more cost inflation on your burrito I don't know but for now it looks as though Do you think Carol eids burritos girls never had a burrito I love Mexican really good Mexican What's not to love How about you and I go get some cognac and some chipotle No I'm old for that Yeah I think it's asked me twice Isn't that one thing Cointreau really goes into as a margarita so All right done That's a field trip All right that's going to do it for a cross platform coverage On TV radio and YouTube will see again same time same place tomorrow This is Bloomberg businessweek with Carol matter and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steno V on Bloomberg radio You talk about Lyft moving lower in after hours Uber reporting earnings after the bell tomorrow also moving lower down by about 6 tenths of 1% oftentimes.

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"just 6000" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"just 6000" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Nado here. It's 62 Kankakee 51 at the lakefront. I'm elbow. Laura. W be easy news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Lifelock, reminding consumers that more than 30% of identity theft victims suffered multiple types of identity theft. Learn more at Lifelock dot com slash NPR and Americans for the Arts. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington. And I'm else itching in Los Angeles as part of our series on American Democracy called We Hold these truths. We've been looking at the idea of property ownership this week. Homeownership is key to building intergenerational wealth. In this country. The average homeowner in America is worth a quarter of a million dollars. The average renter Just 6000. And yet the majority of black households don't own their homes. Well, nearly three quarters of white households do this racial gap in home ownership has persisted for generations, even since race based housing discrimination became illegal. And in this final episode editor Christopher Intel, IATA and I examined the financial barriers that are built into the way we purchase homes in America today Way Meet Donnelly Norrington at her house. It's on a quiet, tree lined street in Compton, south of downtown L. A. S o. This is the dining room. In a three.

"just 6000" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"just 6000" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"How the entire Blyden campaign was the return to normalcy and the return to civility and unifying the country? I was just remember, that was sort of what we were promised here. Right. Well, it's Zbynek anything but and as an example. Even the latest example. President Biden sat down for an interview with Norah O'Donnell on CBS or the Super Bowl. Now this is an interview. That's going to air around the country to many, many people that don't follow. The daily INS and outs and the daily machinations of things going on in Washington and the craziness that we deal with inside the Beltway and those of us that were staunch listeners to conservative talk radio and Follows CNN and MSNBC and Fox News Now these air average people that are tuned in all this, but they're going to turn into the Super Bowl, and they're going to see President Joe Biden and I don't know why Norah O'Donnell asked him. But she asked him about whether President Trump should be offered the courtesy of defense briefings, which all former presidents have had that courtesy extended to them by their successor. However, here's how Joe Biden answered the question when asked by Norah O'Donnell. I just think that there is no need for him to have that that intelligent species, so if they're 70 some million Trump supporters around the country, many of whom are watching the Super Bowl. That's just going to tick them off because it ticked me off. And I just on a principle of any former president, whether it's trump or whoever just the principle that you know you're not going to extend the former president that courtesy. So here we go Chicken off everybody. That's a former Trump supporter in the middle of the Super Bowl. Now, if that didn't get you're going, I mean some of the stuff going on out there this week. So there is talk now of a $10,000 forgiveness of student loans that is now shot up. To the talk of $50,000 in student loans. And I did the math because they're 36 million outstanding student loans, and I'm not sure that all of them are 50,000. But let's say a bunch of them are if you do the math, there are so many zeros behind that when you multiply 36 million by 50,000. I can't even tell you with the number is because there's so many zeros behind it. And what that tells me is it's going to come out of your pocket and it's going to come out of my pocket because I don't think the Harvard Endowment Fund is going to pick up the tab on that. So be prepared for student loan debt repayments or payoffs and what that means to your taxes. When that's done, not to mention what they'll do to this capital gains tax and probably income tax. And what's gonna happen at the gas pump with gasoline tax, which people to judge our incoming transportation secretary has talked about. Haven't been raised in 1993. So might as well do it now. Why not? So that's just an example. Now. Another story, the Chiron I'm looking at on CNN. Chinese diplomat takes hard line in call to Secretary of State Blinken Well, that's good news. Chinese air testing is there. They've been chest testing us as well with Taiwan. So where does that go? But again, Chinese diplomat takes hard line in call to Secretary Blinken So they're clearly testing Joe Biden. That's not particularly encouraging. We don't see a whole effort toward unity when it comes to the stimulus package, the covert relief package. The Democrats seem pretty well set to go it alone without the Republican support if they don't get their way, So if the Democrats don't get their way is going to be another one of those 50 50 votes with Vice President Harris as the tie breaker. Now, here's what Joe Biden had to say about jobs, and I think it's kind of ironic. That he's talking about job This was yesterday, and he's talking about jobs. But keep in mind as you listen to this. How many jobs did he cost when he canceled the Keystone XL pipeline? How many jobs did he cost when he banned fracking on federal lands? Well, here's what he has to say about jobs. January. Job numbers came out today. And while we're grateful for everyone who found work and is earning a paycheck, it's very clear. Our economy's still in trouble, way added up just 6000 private sector jobs in the country last month. These aren't Democrat to Republicans. They're Americans and their suffering their suffering, not because of anything they did through no fault of their own their suffering. I see enormous pain in this country. Ah, lot of folks out of work. A lot of folks going hungry, staring at the ceiling tonight one. And what am I going to do tomorrow? A lot of folks trying to figure out how to keep their jobs. Well, you put thousands of people out of work your first day in office. What can I say? I mean, doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what this house. Well, if that doesn't make you feel good. Maybe Elizabeth Warren can brighten your spirits this morning. Remember? We were getting a centrist president. Moderates president the unifier. Well, here's how Elizabeth Warren views it. Show. Biden ran on the most progressive agenda ever, and now he is meeting the moment and we need to continue to hold everyone accountable to the promises that have been made. It's a good time. Maybe for you that necessarily for a lot of other people anyway, will continue. But first, let's check the latest on the traffic and weather. Michelle Murray's in the W E Mail Traffic Center this morning in Maryland, You will still find some accident activity on the Intercounty connector. Westbound outbreaks. Cheney Road where the right lane is blocks to stay to your left and use extra caution there..

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"just 6000" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"just 6000" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Deliver the $2000 stimulus checks and that begins with the $2000. Alice. When you send me in, Reverend Warn activists end it. We will pass those $2000 stimulus checks. You sent me and Reverend Warnock to the Senate. We will pass those $2000 stimulus checks. They will make decisions about whether we get people in $2000. We need to pass $2000. Stimulus checks. All right, I've had enough. You get the point, right? You know what's so good about that? It's like, you know, the whole Judas thing. It's the promises the promise of money and they'll never deliver And you're gonna just get trey. Everybody around you for no good reason. You're right, $2000. That's your number two dozen. And that's that's the big difference. By the way again. Don't just open the example of people work. No, no, no, we need to control you and Susan Sarandon tweeted of voters feel like Demis or pulling a bait and switch. Don't be surprised when they don't show up in 2022 or 2020 2024. They lied is what she wrote. They lied. So that's it. I'm telling you, that's that's That's why they're like man could released. Get a wink Teachers unions. You're supposed to be on our side. Please go back. It's like the dams have lost control. You already lost control of anti fur. We went over that with Andy. No. And now they have lost control of teachers unions because they won't even go in Chicago. Where Mayor Lightfoot far left. Mayor Mayor Lightfoot can't get them to go back to work. And they did They. They apparently redid the schools and did redid the duct systems and everything else and Still not good enough by the way on Lee 49,000 jobs added in January. Just 6000 in the private sector and 10,000 manufacturing losses. And December was they re looked at the numbers worse than they thought Worse. And we listen. We know Democrat policies lead to this girder, loins. Get ready. This is what's going to happen. This is what's going to happen. You knew it. So that's why they're so desperate, so desperate to try to get teachers to go because they need a win. They need a win and they're not getting any winds. And it's I'm telling you, the media will report it and they're they're irrelevant. I wouldn't expect them to. I'm that's why you're here with me. And I hope that you share you know this show with everybody How you gotta listen. This guy just really says it like it is And there's no sugar coating, and this is just the way it works. I hope that you do that. I really do. Um There was it was sent to me on Twitter. Apparently a school district in Kansas, There was a union memo from a school district in Kansas. Returning to school. And the teachers are fearing for their safety. Really fearing for their safety seriously, they're fearing for their safety. Wait till I tell you what exactly, they're afraid of. And what a They afraid of the China virus? Not exactly. I will tell you that coming up. Don't go anywhere It is knsd. The morning ritual.

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"just 6000" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

The Patriot 1280 AM

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"just 6000" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

"Back. It's Eric Metaxas show. I've got a really extraordinary guest for this hour. His name is Dr s. Joshua Swami Das Hey, is a physician. He is a scientist. He is a man of Faith. Hey, spoken and Veritas Forum, all kinds of places and he has a new book out. I have to tell you. It's really extraordinary. Adam and Eve. The surprising science of universal ancestry. Josh Swami dust. Dr. Josh Swami does welcome to this program. Well, thanks for having me walk to join me to have you I know the book came out about a year ago. The genealogical Adam and Eve. The surprising science of universal ancestry. Give us the 45 2nd version of what this book is about, Because this is an amazing amazing story. Well, you know, this is the book of many layers, but I'll give you the lead line, which I think it's surprising for a lot of people. Turns out that entirely consistent with the genetic evidence entirely consistent with everything that we know from mainstream science, So this isn't something that's that's something out there. You know that that most scientists agree that it's a most I just actually agree with it turns out entirely consistent with that Adam and Eve could have been real people in a real past. Ancestors of us all do Noval created from the dust on the Rive as recently as just 6000 years ago, and and they would be ancestors of everyone. That's what our best science tells us the only way that really the mainstream evolutionary account really presses on the stories by suggesting That outside the garden, you know where maybe can found his wife. Or maybe where the ne Flynn were that that out there that God had made another group of people in a different way, and that that's something that people have wondered about for a very, very long time. It's been one of the great mysteries of Genesis. What's going I mean, we're talking about crazy stuff right up front. This is this is one of those things. Everyone has questions about this. Anyone who has all the answers is obviously confused because there's no way you can have all the answers on this. You can say I believe what the Bible says. But then when somebody says Okay, well, what does it say? It's not really clear. In other words, it says some things in the lead was a lot of other things out. So you are a medical doctor and a scientist. You've looked into this from a genealogical point of view. What What is your background that led you into this? Well, I'm a Christian, right? And I'm a scientist. God called me to science. But I've always been, but I'm but I've always been a Christian have been committed to Scripture and I really cared to understand how sacred the natural history and twine And for a long time, there's a tension there and didn't really make sense. And eventually it clicked when you actually look at read Scripture for what it actually says. And you really understand the science here. By the way, I want to really emphasize even though it sounds like creation, science what I just said. It's not. It's something that even atheist biologists have endorsed and leading population geneticist. It's just has to do with just a misunderstanding. People had about what the evidence actually showed. And it turns out that you know that just kind of resolve the conflict. I don't I just don't see any conflict anymore, And that's exciting. I mean, so many people. Well, that this is, you know, for people who are not up on this stuff, which is which is most of us. That's kind of break down. What we're talking about. The Bible says that God created Adam and Eve as the first human beings, um Again actually say human beings and Genesis, right? What does it say? It says, um, this is often translated into mankind. But the word is just Adam. And our concept of human is an important real concept. But it is different than how they understood the term. I mean, they didn't have the term human back then, right? They had added to the term is the man, right? Adam? Huh, Dom out of the mud out of the earth, So it's a It's a You know it. It's at one point it was a neologism, right? This is the word invented word for this thing. So the question becomes, What do you say to folks about hominids that existed 50,000 years ago. Do we say that there were no hominids? What were they who were Neanderthal? I mean, this gets into this big, crazy super controversial stuff, break it down reversal because in important ways, it's matters. Approaching his grand question of what it means to be human, right? Yeah. What we find out is that when we look from the scientific evidence, it really does look like there is these not homeless, aching ancestor of ours in the past, and it looks like there's homeless SAPIENs that go back, at least you know, around 200,000 years or so that are equally human is us and really important ways. But the real question comes down to is that really what scriptures talking about? When I looked through Genesis? I don't see any mention of Neanderthals and that's okay. You know, maybe God made them in the image of God but Scripture. Doesn't actually tell us one way or the other, And I'm okay with that. It's telling us the part of the story that we really need to know right now. For us, that's really relevant. Us. You know, and how you got here. What again? This is this is you know there a lot of folks listening to this program that we're not familiar with what the Bible says. They're a lot of people Listen to this program who are extremely familiar with what it says and who have already taken some position on this..

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"just 6000" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:01 min | 3 years ago

"just 6000" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Well, well, well, that's liar by Queen and you know when it's time for the run down, you know I'm going to call somebody out and the person at the top of my hit list for being a liar. A liable liars is the head of scam is on himself. Jeff Base owes. Okay. Jeff Base us. Remember he's now offering his help to deliver those covert 19 vaccines. What a coincidence. So many great things seemed to have happened after. Biden won the election. We got those two covert 19 vaccines. Just a few days after he was declared the winner. We got the antiviral cocktail. Everything was approved. Then we got Amazon, saying they'll pitch in and help and deliver it. So many great things just coincidentally happening. Then there are now also saying, according to the World Health Organization that maybe those PCR Cove in 19 tests might be a little ultra sensitive and we're getting not necessarily false positives, but You know, maybe they should look at those tests more carefully that we're getting an abundance of cases where maybe there shouldn't be what what a coincidence. But now Mr Jeff Bezos, his one of his facilities in Alabama that has about 6000 employees, they want to unionize and in order to unionize, they have to vote. Well, Lo and behold, the e commerce giant filed a motion to delay the union election, which was set to begin on February 8th because They do not want to hold the election by mail over the course of the next two months instead, during the middle of a pandemic, Amazon Jeff Pesos who is obviously a Democrat, and was supporting bite and never once voiced any kind of concern when it came into mail in votes. Instead, he is now saying that they should have this in person events. And in a statement to CNN, Amazon spokesperson Heather Knox said the company believes that the best approach to a valid fair and successful election is one that is conducted manually in person. Making it easy for associates to verify and cast their vote in close proximity, so their workplace well, that's very that's very interesting. Don't you think that's pretty interesting? Because I thought I thought mailing but votes which was perfectly safe, and it's safer than going in person. And yet here we have just 6000 people for a union vote. They don't trust it. They said in order for it to be secure and to be valid. It should be done in person. I don't know. What do you guys think about that? 1 808 4 E w A. B C again This is Lydia with the run down 1 808 48 w A, B C And then of course you've got The media. The mainstream media I'm talking about CNN and MSNBC. They are really gunning for conservative media outlets. They're going for Fox News, literally calling for a boycott of Fox News is advertisers why you know why? Because they know that now that their golden Goose a K a President Donald Trump is now out of office. How else are they going to boost their pathetic ratings? And they know Fox News will just kind of run away with the ratings train like they always do. So they said, Let's hit him where they where it hurts because they're not calling out for a government censorship and write, you know, because there's a right to free speech, which I at least that I was like, Okay, I'm good with that. At least some of that They have some sort of Belief in the constitution. Contrary it's what a lot of Democratic congressmen and Congress women believe they're actually calling for. Boycott of the advertisers to really hit them where it hurts. Why? I don't know Really Why? But listen to Jim Acosta, right? He was the former White House correspondent. He was, you know, right, ran around and he followed President Trump everywhere he went, and Justin F y I. I was in the mainstream media. I worked for a local Fox station here in New York. Normally they assign the taps here, reporters to the likely winner of the campaign, and everybody thought that Hillary Clinton was going to win, and then they assigned the lower tier reporter. This is Trump. This is everybody knows this, the new person or somebody that's maybe not as experienced or maybe somebody that's not. It's good to the person they think. The candidate that will lose the election, and everybody thought, I think even President Trump thought he was going to lose the election. So Jim Acosta was assigned to the Trump campaign. You know him, then made a name for himself. He even wrote a book about it, and every chance he got, he would get into an argument with Trump and needle him and And now that Trump's not in office anymore. He's no longer on the White House detail, but Oh, no, no. Jim Acosta is still running his mouth, and he's actually saying that conservative media is a threat. To our country. Take a listen. You know, I describe it as the disinformation industrial complex and that is, you know Trump in his people, conservative outlets like Fox News. And then conservative websites and organizations aligned with the president on conservative platforms, these three pillars of this disinformation industrial complex. Essentially help put Trump in power kept him in power. Sustained his his, You know, grip on the Republican Party, and it remains a threat to our democracy. It is it is. The reason is the reason why there were hundreds of Trump supporters storming the Capitol on January 6. And until that poison that toxin is drained from the national political discourse in this country, Ryan, I do think that These forces represent a potential existentially threat to this country. Are you kidding me? What about the fact that CNN actually publishes false reports that Dr Fauci himself had to contradict According to CNN. They said multiple sources their producer got it from M. J. Lee. What's her name? She said. She got it from a numerous anonymous sources that They had nothing to work with. The Biden administration had nothing to work with when it came to operation Warp speed and covert 19 vaccines, distribution, and they were just Oh, my God. They left nothing and incompetent all these things, and then Dr Fauci himself. Contradicted it. Dr. Fauci came out so well No, no, no. Everybody comes in with new ideas. But no. We had plenty to work with. It was up to the states to distribute the vaccines. If you recall, the Trump Administration said, Hey, do you want us to get involved? You want us to bring in the National Guard, and they were like, No, no, no, We got it from here. Just give us the vaccines..

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"just 6000" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"just 6000" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The break. Mike and I were talking about the Packers decisions to allow some fans at Lambeau for the first playoff game. When you don't know the A pony, it could be the seven Bay Buccaneers, led by Tom Brady could be the Chicago Bears. Could be the Reds keep saying Redskins The Washington fucking football yet old school. Forget that stuff. So I was going back and forth last night Mike with people who are saying Well, this is no different than what the box do. You can still transfer. It's just the digital transfer. And I said, No, I'm looking at the email from the Packers, No transfer of tickets. No Reese Resale, and the big kicker is photo I d required, which means the photo I d of the season ticket holder is required, which is an interesting development for Packers fans. For those of you don't know. Maybe this is breaking news. Maybe it isn't. There are a lot of people whose name is around those tickets. The original season ticket holder or either aren't around anymore or don't use their tickets. I have friends. I know who literally they on the tickets, but they sell the entire package to somebody else. My reading of the email from the Packers suggests you have to be the season ticket holder to buy the tickets and to show up at Lambeau to use them unless you're illegally handing off your photo idea. You look like the person It is the season ticket holder. It seems like you're out of luck. Why is that important? Because there's a hell of a lot of people one that do what I just talked about what to the secondary market is absolutely huge Inning in the NFL. Yeah, it was They moved tickets around. That's why you see all the visiting. We look at the Vikings games with Chicago Bears games at Lambeau Field. It's no coincidence. 40% or even half of the crowd is the visiting team. That's because the tickets holders the season ticket holders are selling your tickets. And you've heard me talk about this, not a fan. And I think this might be the way that franchises and organizations and teams finally can control the resale their tickets. Whether this is an experiment. Whether this this will last until next year, we'll see. But it's a big deal when it comes to the secondary market for tickets. If we've learned anything, I think over the past couple of years with any pro league protein nothing is done in a vacuum. You don't just try something and then Go away from it. If it starts to work. I think you know the box to the digital tickets. A couple of years ago, they opened five perform. They'd never had paper tickets there, and people were accommodating to that. Now what? Green Bay would be tough on Lee because it's so cold. So many games. If you're trying to swipe your phone open and you, you know you have an adult beverage. In one hand, your other hands covered with a Glock were trying to hold your phone. I could see how that could cause a little bit of an issue. But no, I think with the pandemic, which has caused a lot of these teams to look in the mirror and look at ways How can we get fans in the stands? I think they are also taking a look at it and saying, Okay, look, we can always say masquerade. These things is as just cove in related issues, but also maybe you look into the future and test some things out. If they don't work, they don't work. But if they do Well, then you had an excuse why you wanted implement it in the first place. Yeah, it's gonna be interesting. I think it's gonna be something that a lot of fans don't realize because I've seen email after email from people saying Why could still get these tickets? Right? I don't think so. Unless you're part of the family of a season ticket holder. And they have their I d. That's that's just one part of it. You have to buy the tickets. If you're only if your season ticket holder and that's limited as well, Just 6000 tickets. There's lots of season ticket holders. I will see if I will actually get get some Go to the actual photo ID requirement. When you go to Lambeau and show your idea do you matched their records? And for me that that is a game changer? We'll see if that actually is something they're gonna going to go forward with. But thank you, Mike Spaulding. Great stuff is always all right. We've got a busy show today at 9 15. Point by Dan Adams. Conrad Haven't spoken to the two gentlemen. In a few weeks due to the holiday, so we will we'll get to a lot of obviously what happened in Washington D C this week and more and little bit later the show. I'm gonna read a unbelievable piece by taking Newman written in the Wall Street Journal. It is amazing, and we'll get to that about 10 35. Charles Benson will join us for the Friday form full Friday's show. We'll get to the weekend, but not before we give you three hours of some good contents on this Friday. Hope you are well. Hope you are safe and healthy as we celebrate the eighth day of January here in Wisconsin. Happy Friday. Everybody. The news is next right here. Wtmj biggest issues the.

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"just 6000" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"just 6000" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Officials also report just 6000 doses are currently available and more than 120,000. People are already signed up for them all the same Officially, people now in the one B category are eligible for the cove it vaccine and doubt. Less county. By appointment. Kimberly James K. L I f New. Meanwhile, when it comes to hospitals across the North Central Texas region, confirmed covert patients were down slightly over the weekend by about half a percent. Specifically, the number went from 25.3% of all available beds being taken by Koven patients to 24.9%. Rate must drop below 15 for seven consecutive days before businesses can open toe larger capacities or for bars to reopen, Texas Congressman Al Green told W. F. A. A is inside Texas politics that there will be congressional hearings into last week's capital riot. It's appropriate to look into this. I don't think it's quite in the rear view mirror because we, of course have the inauguration that's going to take place on the 20th. The bulk of greens comments focused on the law enforcement response to the incident. He also holds President Trump Responsible for the incident, which resulted in five deaths. It's 709 K. L I f Let's check. Take a check on how your money's doing. Here is the latest business update now from network radio, Spencer McGowan. Good morning, Scott. Well, the Dow's down 217 points to start the day That's about 30,800, still near a record West Texas Intermediate crude spiked over 52 over the weekend. Now. 51 91 correspondingly. Texas banks had a great first week of the year. Dell's Basic America 10%, Texas capital of a percent. I'm Spencer McCowen president. Macallan Group network radio dot com. A second impeachment for President Trump, Nancy Pelosi says it's likely to happen. We'll hear from her coming up in our cliff notes Kayla of news time 7 10. This is Dana last wasn't Congress.

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"just 6000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"just 6000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Dallas County reaches a landmark level of new cases with today's announcement of nearly 3200 new cases and 10 deaths attributed to covet 19. While Dallas County will announce the opening of a couple of new vaccine centers Monday. Just 6000 doses are currently available. More than 120,000. People have already signed up. Nevertheless, officially, people now in the one B category are eligible for the covert vaccine in Dallas County. By appointment again, Heavy bands of snow will accompany what's expected to be constant snow by it least late morning across North Texas. Right now. 41 degrees cloudy at DFW International Airport at the W B A. P News desk on Kimberly James. Next news update. 8 30 24 7 coverage at WB ap dot com. Happy New Year from clarity, windows and doors. Hi. I'm brand Barton, Chris and male. Wanna help Start off your new year, right with timeless beauty for your home and savings on your heating and cooling Bill, And I can tell you from personal experience. Our new windows literally cut our heating and cooling costs in half. And right now, when you order new windows and or doors, you're also going to save half off the cost of installation. Clarity. Select only the best windows for the climate extremes of North Texas with custom designs to make your home safer, quieter, healthier and more beautiful Lifetime warranty to so see the new year through clarity windows with great finance options perfect for your home and budget. Just click on clarity windows dot com or drop by their showroom on market. Luke just off 17 or 19 South Lake or just call one triple 8458 36 30 clarity, windows indoors, timeless beauty and endless savings for your home. Those in. Hello, Beautiful. I'm in ear it founder of Madison Reed Ah Hair color company I named after my daughter. We've.