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Embattled Texas AG Paxton faces George P. Bush in GOP runoff

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Embattled Texas AG Paxton faces George P. Bush in GOP runoff

"Texas attorney general Ken Paxton who is facing legal troubles is in a Republican primary runoff against George P Bush the state land commissioner The outcome in America's biggest red state tests how much weight the Bush name still carries It's not about dynasties It's not about some sort of myth George P Bush the grandson of president George W. Bush says it's about the right people for the right offices I think anybody can plainly see that we got a crook Right now in our top law enforcement position who continually abuse his office But Republican voters is Ann Grisham says she's for Paxton He has a proven track record Paxton's awaiting trial on security fraud charges after being indicted in 2015 The state bar is weighing possible reprimands against him over his baseless attempts to overturn the 2020 election I'm Julie Walker

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Caller: If Illegals Are in Our Facilities, We Have to Keep Them Fed

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | Last week

Caller: If Illegals Are in Our Facilities, We Have to Keep Them Fed

"I'm a conservative, but I do have to disagree. I mean, since they've already drugged millions of immigrants up here, which I hate and don't want ever to happen, we've got them trapped and we've kind of have to keep them fed. Who's got them tracks? I would say. Who's got what does that mean? We've got such a small percentage. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Wait a minute. What does that mean? We've got them trapped. Who's got them? Pretty much got them up here with their kids and everything. We can't send them back now, unfortunately, I wish we could. But if we are more bound to stay focused, how did we trap women crossing the border illegally who are pregnant or who have children? What do you mean we've got them trapped here? Look, I think we should have left them across the border like Trump had. I'm all for that. But now that they're in our facilities, we have the moral, we have to feed them. We have to what's the first of all, you're not a conservative. You're a troll. You don't believe what you're saying. Let me add, let me ask you, what you are. I love that. What's the morality of American moms who can't get baby formula in Louisville, Kentucky, your city? Where's the morale? Where's the morality of that, Ken?

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Sebastian Talks January 6th Updates With Julie Kelly

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Sebastian Talks January 6th Updates With Julie Kelly

"Julie Kelly, welcome back to America first. Thanks for having me. I wanted to say I concluded my lovely Mother's Day last night by watching 2000 mules. It is just mind-blowing. You can not conceive that this happened in America that has been covered up this long. And I encourage anyone who has not yet seen it to take the hour and a half and sit down and watch it. I'm going to watch it again. Because I'm sure I've missed something, but great work there. Thank you, Julie. Salem now, dot com, watch the movie stream. It ordered the DVDs you've got to watch it. Okay, so The Washington Post gets a Pulitzer for its coverage of January 6th. This weekend, we saw against federal code and against Virginia code justice is being harassed outside their homes. Nobody arrested nobody a charge with sedition and insurrection. Would you give us an update, Julie on the latest developments with the political prisoners here in D.C.? Yes, first I want to say something about The Washington Post. Aside from other hyperbolic coverage and editorializing, they did a three part series about January 6th, which is a trove. Of little nuggets of information as to how certain lawmakers and officials in Washington, D.C., Avi knew so much ahead of time what was going to happen on January 6th. I've actually relied on that quite a bit, for example, Liz Cheney bringing a Secret Service agent retired Secret Service agent to the capitol that day and some other kids. Hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on. Liz Cheney had special protection on January 6th, so how did she know? Well, that's a great question. No one will ask, but that was a little tidbit in The Washington Post extensive investigation. It's what happened before during and after we also found out that Adam kinzinger told his staff not to come in that day, and I believe the reports that he brought a firearm, I believe that that's what The Washington Post in this series

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What Happens Now With Roe v Wade? Ken Klukowski Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | Last week

What Happens Now With Roe v Wade? Ken Klukowski Weighs In

"We are back with Ken kowalski, a man who we rely upon for our legal advice here in America first. We're talking about the Supreme Court decision. What happens now? I've heard a lot of theories that the left screwed up here. They sort of wait until June and then the nuclear bomb effect of this dropping in June, closer to the elections would have been more useful to them. I've heard theories today that now nobody can back down the 5 justices can not back down because then it would make them look as if they were weak and gave into the mob. You've been watching the Supreme Court for years now. This is truly unprecedented in the modern age. So what kind of scenarios are we looking at until June and the official vote? Well, for one thing, Seb, I'll be putting an article up today, urging the justices to get the opinion out as quickly as possible. I mean, the draft that we saw was from February 10 that they would have continued to polish it and edit it since that time. So I think the opinion could be could be in good condition to actually be issued as is right now as in like this week. Now if there are other justices who are still writing concurring opinions or dissenting opinions, none of those have the force of law and they can just issue that whenever they're ready to do so. But the justices in the majority have the authority whenever they vote to do it, to just go ahead and release the opinion. And I would recommend doing so as quickly as possible. So that we can all move forward. So this is an official opinion. It's on the clock. It's in the books. And let me segue straight from that to another point you mentioned. And that is that, yes, I believe that every day, every additional day that transpires. Between this decision becoming official in November's election day is that tens of millions of Americans are going to realize that the left has lied to them for half a century about what the effect of overruling road would

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Ken Klukowski: 'Roe Was a Horribly Written Opinion'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

Ken Klukowski: 'Roe Was a Horribly Written Opinion'

"Roe was a horribly written opinion. Arguably, there's not a single paragraph in that opinion that is actual legal reasoning where you unpack the law and then apply it to facts. You get philosophical musings in there. They talk about ancient Greece and whatnot. Stuff that has nothing to do with how you interpret the American constitutions. And so when the court in 1992 by a 5 to four vote, it shows not to overrule roe V wade, which was from 1973. The court threw out everything in roe. It's trimester framework and all of this other stuff had done. Because Rome was just an embarrassment. I forgot to mention, and the trimester framework was just cut from whole cloth. They made up this trimester framework where the state has an interest, the state doesn't have an interest. And there was no legal justification. They just made it up. That's right. That was justice blackman who just was who said looking back on his life that he would rather have gone to med school than to law school. And so, you know, read into that what you will. But that's right. Understanding that that was a legally indefensible framework they threw that out and then Casey brought in what was a viability standard that instead of three parts of a pregnancy, there's only two. There is before a child is viable outside the womb and then after it's viable and the issue of whether something is an undue burden on a woman seeking an abortion before viability and but that too proved to be a completely unworkable framework and that was a, that was a big part of justice Alito's opinion

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Sebastian Chats With Ken Klukowski About the Impending Roe Decision

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | Last week

Sebastian Chats With Ken Klukowski About the Impending Roe Decision

"We have somebody who I trust for legal advice who's worked in the Trump administration at the DoJ practicing lawyer breitbart contributor, you've got to read his latest pieces at breitbart dot com. His can clockhouse can. Welcome back to America first. Great to be with you. Thanks for having me. All right, I'm going to just say what I think about the Supreme Court draft decision. Because I'm not a lawyer, but I read all 70 pages recently. And you know what shocked me and maybe I should read more of these documents, it was a fabulous historic tour de rizon. It was a treatise. It wasn't full of mumbo jumbo that a layman couldn't understand. First it was this amazing historic review of how the law treated abortion in western civilization going back to the 17th century in the UK, the concept of quickening. And then basically this conclusion that until roe V wade, it was illegal in America, and then it was a segment by segment dismantling of both roe and Casey saying it's just bad law and analyzing started decisis in other concepts. So Ken, give me your illegal professional opinion, is this an unusually good pre decisional draft, or is this because it's a Leto who's riding it? Well, first of all, justice alita was a brilliant justice. His opinions are uniformly wonderful. But what you just described in as I read it as well, it reminds me of the late justice Scalia's opinion in District of Columbia versus hello. Yeah. Which held that the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms is an individual right from 2008. That opinion was also almost exactly the same page length. That was a little over 60 pages. And what you saw there is what a well written Supreme Court opinion is supposed to look like. This is an original list decision. One that looks to the text, structure, and history of the constitution, and in this case, in terms of looking at the history of a purported right to abortion, showing why. This is in fact not a right found in the U.S.

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Why Is Watergate So Misunderstood? Lord Conrad Black Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | Last month

Why Is Watergate So Misunderstood? Lord Conrad Black Explains

"Lord black have to discuss. The first things first in the break, you mentioned the reputation of The Washington Post. You've written a work on Nixon, could you just give us your historic understanding of the reporting of Watergate and why so many people misunderstand what they actually wrote and why the conventional wisdom on that reportage is so wrong. Of course, complicated subject, but to be fair, but if the contents at a great deal, there has never been one shred of probative evidence that a serious court in a dispassionate atmosphere would accept as conclusive. That mister Nixon himself committed any crimes. He certainly didn't know anything about the break in of the Watergate. First entry before it happened and was horrified when it didn't happen. And that his people at anything to do with it. And the so called cover up consisted of his admittedly not telling the truth to the public several times. That is true. But the presidents do that to me sometimes. And he wasn't under oath and it wasn't a crime. He squandered a lot of political capital as he himself admitted that it wasn't a crime. And the case against Congress essentially on the theory that money was advanced by the Republican National Committee with his approval, the pay for the legal bills of attendance in the Watergate affair. And he did do that. But he didn't do it. And he did authorize him, but not under any basis of altered testing, not to get them to tell anything other than the truth. He was paying the money to them. So that they would have the legal fees paid, be able to take care of their families while the trials went on. And wouldn't be absolute sitting decks were prosecutors saying, all right, we'll do a plea bargain. We'll let you up lightly, but you denounce the people above you and take it straight up to the Oval Office door, which is the way the prosecutors work, particularly in the District of Columbia, which is, you know, that was a 90% democratic voting electoral

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Former Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli Discusses the Border Crisis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | Last month

Former Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli Discusses the Border Crisis

Do You Trust Elon Musk? Chris Buskirk Shares His Thoughts

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | Last month

Do You Trust Elon Musk? Chris Buskirk Shares His Thoughts

"Where do you stand on the whole Twitter Elon Musk war? Do you think he's a good actor? Do you think he can bring changes or is this just a catamaran to the pigeons that we watch for entertainment as the blue check mark commentary at go insane? Here's my sense of this. And I'm not privy to any information that other people don't have in his public. But I kind of feel like this is one of those moments that could be like when president Trump came down the escalator in 2015 and a lot of people were wondering is this guy for real? He's flirted with running for president before. Is this a publicity stunt? And of course, it was very much real. And some people got that very early on in the summer of 2015 and others it took a while and my sense is that this there might be a parallel here with Elon in Twitter. People wonder is this just Elon being Elon and does he have some other agenda here? Elon has a long track record of being very much in favor of free speech. And you don't believe that that is essential to any type of representative government. And so I think that he is a good actor here. Again, we'll see over time, but my sense is that he's really trying to do something that would be a blow for free speech. And we'll just see how that plays out, but my sense is that this is actually a good

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Chris Buskirk on '2000 Mules' and Its Impact on the Upcoming Midterms

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Chris Buskirk on '2000 Mules' and Its Impact on the Upcoming Midterms

"Chris Bosco, welcome back. And he thinks this is my living room. It's not my living room, it's my new TV studio, Chris. I love it. I haven't seen it before. It looks fantastic. Thank you, buddy. Okay, so much to discuss, especially with my old boss endorsing JD Vance at the weekend, but first things first. You haven't seen the movie, but if we have footage of mules, stuffing bags of ballots into Zuckerberg drop boxes, in states where ballot harvesting is illegal like Georgia. And this gets released now as a shrewd political observer, editor of this website. Do you think that can be swept under the rug? Or do you think that could have an impact in the midterms, Chris? I think it will have an impact in the midterms. You know how the progression of these things always goes is it didn't happen. It's a conspiracy theory. If it did happen, it was good. It's this whole thing that we're living out in real time right now. But I have actually seen some extended clips from the movie and some of the work that the nation has done and through the vote is done. It is, I think it is shocking. I mean, it's shocking in the sense of being appalling. And the video evidence, I think, is very, very strong. A lot of people are going to see this who kind of felt like something went wrong, but they couldn't quite put their finger on it. They just had that intuition that things didn't smell right. And they've got, they've got a lot of evidence in this movie that is very, very powerful. I think we'll have a big impact on the elections on the way people think about 2020. And yes, there will be a conspiracy of silence in the corporate media about this movie about the evidence it presents. But this is exactly the opportunity for prosecutor, maybe the attorney general in Georgia to do the right thing.

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Major League Baseball marks 75th anniversary of Robinson breaking color barrier

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Major League Baseball marks 75th anniversary of Robinson breaking color barrier

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Dan Bongino's Love Affair With the Deadlift

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last month

Dan Bongino's Love Affair With the Deadlift

"But one of the questions was about my love affair with the deadlift but I'll tell you one of the lessons I've learned in gosh now 30 plus years of being under this deal Is if you can do a force stretch at the bottom you got to be I mean it can be dangerous You got to be careful You could risk a tear if you're not ready for it You gotta be really really warmed up But say you're doing a bench press especially on those bench press machines where you can you know you can be a little more wide ranging with the range of motion because you don't have to worry about getting pinned underneath a bar If you hold that stretch position at the back and you're using a decent amount of weight I don't care how long you've been lifted You are going to be sore as the next day I woke up this morning And I don't really lift heavy anymore I'm 47 I don't know how much of the capacity to do that My nervous system just doesn't fire like it used to But man I woke up this morning with someone sitting on my chest I had this old Secret Service friend He's telling me that this thing this little being called Ken Jones My kid Joan What the hell can show him Long story short is it was the end of a trip and we were in Canada and we had had a few adult sodas and a bar at the end of the trip and we were getting ready to get on a flight the next day back to the New York field office the agent's name was John this guy right And he's like man he's like I'm feeling a little rough this morning Ken Jones got me I'm like who's Kim Jong He's like it's that cat that when you've had a couple too many drinks he beats you up at night and pees on your face and stuff And I'm like that's real I'm like he's like no it's not real You idiot That kid shown That's what I felt like this morning Kim Jong Gabi I was like damn my chest is killing me

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Longtime NBA Referee Ken Mauer Talks About 5-Hour BLM Call

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Longtime NBA Referee Ken Mauer Talks About 5-Hour BLM Call

"Jason whitlock, having a conversation with veteran NBA referee Ken mauer on Jason's podcast fearless. The MBA's political move promote unity or division within referees. Vision. And they won't like that I said that. And referees will not admit that. There is a call camera was before, right after Black Lives Matter, I can't remember, but I mean, after George Floyd, after the bubble, we had a conference call, and it was the entire MBA staff, some people from management, some people from the G league, some people from whatever supervisor, I don't, there was probably over a 150 people out or whatever. And the title of the call is Black Lives Matter was 5 hours and 26 minutes long. The title of the call. Black Lives Matter. MBA referees. Yes. Because you were going to referee the George Floyd trial or what? You know what? I don't know what kind of critical role. What precipitated the call, all I know is it was one of the worst experiences I had ever experienced as a professional referee because when one or two white referees tried to say something that was very one man said, gentlemen, I'm with you. I understand your situation. I don't understand your plight because I'm not black, but I've been with you for 30 years, 40 years. I understand, please, however, you can't possibly think what's going on with the writing and looting in Minneapolis is right. People just blew up on them. I mean, literally literally blew up. I mean, three or four or 5 people, I thought they were in their

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Caller: Rep. Madison Cawthorn Is 'Already in Hot Water'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Caller: Rep. Madison Cawthorn Is 'Already in Hot Water'

"I would say probably that I'll concede that there's not a solid ground for the anti Cawthorn assembly. And it's a small assembly. I wouldn't care if he runs or not. He's already in hot water for obvious reasons. Because I want to point out, wait a minute, what does that mean? I don't understand the obvious. What hot water is he in? Because he's not really tried to stay in a good sort of a split district here. We have just the equal amount of Republicans or Democrats. Okay. But he really oscillating or vascular whatever the word is toward the. Notion that whatever took place the last election, he oscillated and some of the supporters that probably voted him for first, but if I could get to my point. Wait, no, no. Wait, where did you go? You can't say something like that. Do you realize more than half the country thinks something peculiar happened last election? Why do you make it out to be that he's some crackpot conspiracy theorist? That's the majority of most Americans think something funky happened in November, Ken. That's your line which I didn't call him names. I really did. No, no, I'm just saying, my language is, that's not a crackpot theory. Most people think something peculiar with all the millions of mail in ballots and drop boxes. Madison Cawthorn has a very mainstream position. Why do you suggest that he's sort of out there on an island somewhere by himself? Okay. Well, I'll try to get to a point, but I will say this then. It's over 60 judges, 60 zero agreed with that there was probably not enough underhandedness over the last 11. Correct. All based not on

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Ken Fish Describes the Miraculous Recovery of a Paralyzed Boy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Ken Fish Describes the Miraculous Recovery of a Paralyzed Boy

"Hey folks talking to Ken fish, Ken, you're relating an amazing story. You know, this is one of those stories. 13 year old kid paralyzed, you don't know what's going on, whatever. Okay, so you prayed for a long time. And I'm often amazed at how long you will be willing to pray for people, but you said at the end of this, now, what did you say and why did you say that? Well, when we kind of reached the end point of praying, he wasn't healed. He was still in that wheelchair, and he was still floppy and droopy and that was it. But I had this sense and sometimes I get prophetic words. I don't just pray for the sick. What's the difference between a prophetic word and a rima word of knowledge? Well, words of knowledge tend to deal with specific facts and figures about people's lives. Okay. So another way of saying that would be a word of data. Here's your name is Eric. That would be a word of knowledge. Flesh and blood have not revealed that to you, my friend, how did you know that? That's amazing. Okay, go ahead, go ahead. So you get a sense. Let's put it that way. But a prophetic word often has a future orientation to it. And some people are better at it than others. Because we hear about prophecies that go wrong. There were a few of those flying around our country. By the way, those people need to be stoned outside the camp. Go ahead. So but I had this pretty clear sense. I think it'll be maybe what I saw in my mind's eye was two to three and I assumed it was two to three weeks. Yeah. Well, as it turned out, two days later, he was up walking and on the third day he was riding his skateboard around like nothing had ever happened. So I had the timing wrong, but the numbers were right.

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Eric and Ken Fish Discuss Matthew 22:29 and the Power of God

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Eric and Ken Fish Discuss Matthew 22:29 and the Power of God

"Can you just made an important point? I want you to go back and talk about this. You said that in Matthew 22 29, Jesus is confronted by the sad you sees. And they're playing a head game with him. They're trying to trap him and stuff. But it's also interesting. It's not just that. I think that they're doing what we all do, we want to get to the meat of something. We want to understand what is really going on here. So they ask them this tough question because they think it's going to force him to give an answer, right? But instead, he replies and he says, a, you don't know the scriptures, which is shocking. Right. But the B part, what's the B part? You don't know the power of God. Okay, what does he mean when he's talking to the sad jokes? And he says, you don't know the power of God. Yeah, so we have this language that has been around in religious discourse, at least western religious discourse for centuries about the letter in the spirit. And you know, there are a lot of people that know they may know the letter of what's in the Bible. They may know the literal verbiage. But they don't understand the power of the spirit. Which is more than just what's the spirit behind it. What's the ethos behind it? It's more than that. There is this thing called the ethos. What's the sense of it? But. When we talk about this, we're also talking about the dynamic living active manifest power of God. Now I picked four adjectives to try and define what I'm really saying. And when you see the power of God moving, it's observable.

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Who Is Ken Fish of Orbis Ministries?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 3 months ago

Who Is Ken Fish of Orbis Ministries?

"Can fish welcome to the studio? Thanks, Eric. It's great to be back. You're not just in the program. You're in the studio with me, breathing the same oxygen. It's not zoom. And it's not zoom. All right, so I always ask you the same kind of softball question when we get together, hey, what's new? Before I do that, I don't want to assume everybody tuning into the program knows who you are and what you do. So let me see if I can describe you. And then you can help me clarify. You are a quantum physics major at Princeton University. And you then got involved in, what do we call it? Healing ministry, you stumbled into John wimber's church in California with your mom who is very ill at the time and you told that story last time we were together, we need to get into that. But the point is you saw insane miraculous healing and you decided, you wanted to get involved in that. You have been involved in that. You've had a business career, but you are now a full time traveling the world literally under the Aegis of orbis ministries and orbis orbis ministries dot org. And you preside over what we call meetings, gatherings, where you pray for people and stuff happens. And I've been there and you wouldn't be here if I didn't know this was real and true and that you are an authentic person. So what can we add to that before we get into the details of what you've been doing lately? I guess I'd just say, even though it may sound like I've lost my mind. I try to present myself as a rational and sane human being, but who happens to love God. And I've been privileged I would say to see all the miracles of the Bible essentially. I mean, there might be one or two. I don't know that I've ever seen the sun go backward in the sky, but oh, I saw that. Okay. But I think sometimes there is this thing, it's called the credibility gap. When you start telling stories about these Scandinavia, are you for real? Nobody lives this way. And some of my friends have said to me, you know, I don't know anybody who has a life like you

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Curry leads new-look Nets in 109-85 rout of Kings

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Curry leads new-look Nets in 109-85 rout of Kings

"Seth curry scored twenty three points in his nets debut a one oh nine eighty five route of the kings and most of here it was made easy guys come in you know that said early even though they've been on ten eleven those game losing streak energy's been great curry was one of five nets who finished in double figures Bruce brown set season highs with nineteen points six assists and five steals lamarcus Aldridge finished with nineteen points Ken Thomas added fourteen off the bench and Andre Drummond contributed eleven points in his first game for Brooklyn helping the nets ended eleven game losing streak curry Drummond and Ben Simmons were required in the deal that sent James harden to the seventy Sixers last week the Arent fox had twenty six points for Sacramento I'm the ferry

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

Success, Motivation & Inspiration

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

"If you're here just to hear Floyd Mayweather, you have wasted your investment. The magic is not only what happens on the stage. The magic when you go to these events is what happens in the room. I said, if you don't leave this conference this weekend, with 5 to ten phone numbers and brand new relationships, you've wasted your investment. The whole theme for our create conference in Atlanta is this. We believe that businesses are built via relationships. And relationships with businesses are built really relationships. I love that. Businesses are built via relationships, always businesses are built via relationships and we believe that relationships are built in circles, not rows. So this entire event is going to be in the round. We're going to have 35 tables of ten entrepreneurs and business leaders in every table. They're going to be 300 to 350 business leaders in this in this auditorium learning from John Maxwell. The number one leadership expert, maybe outside of Jesus in the history of the world. Jesse isler, one of the top entrepreneurs, this guy sold so many businesses. It's been absolutely insane. My good friend, David Pollock, from a ESPN's college game day. Dave Meltzer, Dave was the CEO for Lee Steinberg sports. And he is what he is and was the motivation behind the movie Jerry Maguire. We've got Jen gottlieb, former VH1 MTV host, Hugh Jackson, former NFL head coach for the Raiders and the browns. Now the 7th coach in the history of Grammy state football, we literally have an unbelievable lineup of speakers of entrepreneurs and a leadership experts. You know, you mentioned surrounding yourself with these leaders and stuff. One thing that I don't see a lot about you online that's absolutely the truth is you're a master connector. You're just incredible. It's routing yourself with other amazing leaders and you yourself are the man. Somebody's coming to the conference just to see you and listen to you teach about this. It would be absolutely incredible, but to be able to have 20 other leaders in the room that are also killing it in their own industries to be able to share their own insights on leadership and success and personal development is absolutely awesome. So I'm so looking forward to this. Yeah, we've got guys. I've got my good friend brink coming. Who's one of the top agents in EXP? Brent started with him about four years ago. He now has 25,000 agents in his downline. 25,000 agents under him, he's making right at a $1 million a month in residual income. And you're never knew it. Well, and you wouldn't know Brent. And I'll tell you, I'll tell you the kind of people we have come into the conference. When I ask Brent gove to come, he said, Ken, I'm there. And I said, great, tell me what you need. He goes, oh, you're not giving me any money. He goes a matter of fact, I'm gonna pay for my own plane ticket, my own travel. I don't need anything from me. Tell me where I need to be and when I need to be there, dude, I'm there to support you. That's the kind of people you, when you talked about connector earlier, those are the type of individuals and relationships you need in your life. You need people in your life who are in your corner. Man, they are encouraged. They cheer for you. They speak truth into your life. You need people in your life like a brain GIF. You've got to have those kind of people to help you get to the next level and get where you want to go. I.

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:24 min | 5 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey, folks, I'm talking to my friend Ken fish about crazy stuff. I don't believe any of this stuff. As you know, I'm just, you know, humoring my guest. All right, so Ken, so this woman has no sense of smell or taste or whatever. You said bizarrely, she seems to have this recurring smell of rotting flesh, which I'm baffled by that. Do you what is that? The only explanation I can give for it. I mean, I heard doctor wasn't there. I didn't get to talk to him or her. But the only explanation I can give for it is we all know that COVID has the effect often not universally, you know, invading people's sinuses, their respiratory tract here down into the lungs. And I wondered if maybe her sinuses had been so damaged that they had started to rot away or decay because she was a long hauler, right? This was one of her symptoms of long haul COVID was this lack of smell, but still smelling rotting flesh. So maybe it was just so overpowering that it was overriding her. It was on the inside of her gosh. Okay, so what happened? So anyway, we prayed for her, this COVID prayer that we've been praying over lots of people. And there were a number of other people who were long haulers. Every single person got healed. But what was really amazing with her was instantly the smell left that rotting flesh smell. And she started crying and you know, it's a Spanish speaking country. So she was Gloria Diaz Gloria, the old soul. You know that kind of thing. And so it was pretty clear that this was an authentic experience. She was having. And just prior to starting that session, someone had handed me a chocolate bar. And so I thought, well, let's try an experiment. So I ripped open the chocolate bar and I held it out to her and I told her to waive it under her nose. And she did. And then she really started crying because she said, I can smell the chocolate. And then I said, take a bite. And when she when she took a bite into the chocolate bar, she literally, her legs gave way and she fell on the floor, praising God because she could taste something for the first time in over a year. And it was just so powerful. It was so dramatic. It was so unstaged. It was so authentic and moving. I thought, oh my God, this is just, I mean, I kind of had to back away for a couple of minutes and just compose myself watching this woman, you know, come unravel. Well, right after that session, the next session in that same church, and this was in one of the kind of poorer parts of the city of San Jose, kind of a rougher area. Just prior to the meeting beginning, one of the worship leaders came up to me and said, you know, Ken, I think the lord has given me a prophetic word that if we will, as a congregation, hum rather than sing the words that we will hear the angels singing with us. I said, let's give it a try. I mean, the worst that'll happen is nothing. Let's take a whack at it. Yeah. Okay. So I just love the idea that there are people like this worship leader down there now. Somebody indigenous to the area or is this somebody you travel with? No, this was a native Costa Rican, and he was from one of the other congregations it was part of this wider series of meetings. And he's well known to all of them. I think he's also an assistant pastor. So I think by almost any standard you'd consider him an elder. I mean, he doesn't make it. But he's the sort of person who can hear from God in the way that he I mean, what a strange thing to say, unless somehow God made that clear to you, but it's just if we will hum, we can hear the angels singing. So what happened? So we did. We, the band started playing and instead of everyone singing, we just hummed and we told them to kind of keep it down don't let it become too loud. And then because one of the angels is laryngitis. Well, no, not that. I just wanted to be sure that people could actually capture it. And let me just say this. Let me just say this. There's a Christian musician named Jason Upton. And he did an album I want to say maybe 8 or ten years ago. In which they caught what they believed to be an angelic voice on the video track or excuse me, the audio tracks as they recorded the album in the studio because the voice was not one of their standard singers that was accompanying him, and it was a much higher frequency than anything else. So most people have said, yeah, maybe that's what it is. Well, so we did this for a bit, and then I had the band get quiet and just keep playing in the background. I said, now those of you who heard, are you think you heard angel voices singing? I'd like you to raise your hand. And about 90% of the room put up their hands. And so I said, now, I want all of you to point at where you thought you heard the angel voices coming from. And there were 5 zones in the room and every single person pointed at one or two of those zones. If they used only one, they pointed there. If they heard it from two places they did like that. But all of them were pointing at exactly the same place. Then I said, did anyone happen to see these angels? And 11 people said, I saw them and one of them was the wife of the national leader of this church movement. So the audio is running. And I don't have the tracks yet. I sent a message this morning and I said, I'd like to get the tracks because several people said they thought that it had been caught on the audio, not unlike this Jason Upton recording. I can't confirm that yet. But I did ask for the audio tracks. But 11 people said, this is what I saw, and this is where I saw the angel. And what do you know, all of them saw the angels in the same place that the noise, the music, the singing was coming from. Yeah, you did not hear the angels. I did hear the angels I didn't see them. Okay, so when you say you hear the angels, what did you hear? Outrageous. Well, because no one was singing, they were just humming. You could hear the congregational hum. Of course you could hear the instruments they were behind me. But it was a higher pitch, higher frequency. Sort of like if you're listening to a singing group, the soprano and the soprano really cuts loose. It was kind of like that. It wasn't overly loud, but it was distinct was it a language? Well, it was a language, but I didn't understand it. So I can't tell you what it was. Paul does say, if I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, so it suggests any way that there may be angelic tongues, but it could have been a language I don't know also. I know a few, but I don't know that. But it sounded like a language. It definitely sounded like a language. It was going in rhythm to the music. One of the I heard it in four places. One was right here behind me, so kind.

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:52 min | 5 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So talk more about what happened in Costa Rica. Well, so that was kind of how things opened on the first night and obviously that set the tone for the week. But in another meeting that we had, and again, this isn't even getting on to angels yet. You know, everybody always says, well, that's all great that you're into all these signs and wonders. But what about, you know, people like repenting and doing stuff like that. So we had one meeting where because of a prophetic word that I gave at the end literally every person in the room was on their face repenting, and I mean with loud cries and gnashing of teeth and wailing and deep repentance. And then the leader of the church federation that we were working with, he got up on the microphone and publicly repented for essentially what had allowed to set in a culture of unbelief. He didn't use exactly that language, and he was praying in Spanish, but I understand Spanish well enough. He didn't exactly use that. But that was certainly the intent of it. So he was talking about this culture this mindset, this worldview that God doesn't do these things. God won't do these things. God shouldn't do these things, and that it had been allowed to creep into the movement among the believers, and then he himself broke down weeping and knelt down on the floor in front of his entire movement and asked the lord to forgive them for the way they had been living away from him and not in this sort of dynamic concourse with him. There weren't many non believers in the meeting. It was really a meeting of believers and more particularly church leaders. But I will say a number of people recommitted their lives to the lord and several of them who had been resisting the calling of the lord on their lives yielded to that and said that they were going to change direction and begin yielding to whatever this thing was that God had called them to. So we got some pictures of that. And I'll tell you something when you see hundreds of people on their face, sprawled out. Now you can't see that they're necessarily crying and sobbing in a still picture. But a couple people took some video footage and I mean, there was no doubt about what was going on. You don't see many meetings like this in modern American Christianity. And the lord knows we need more of them. I hope people will look you up, Ken, will keep you to continue the conversation lots more. But folks go to orbis O RBIS or this ministries dot org we'll be right back. Hey folks, as hard as it may be for us to comprehend in America, there are people in other parts of the world right now who's very lives are being threatened simply for believing in Jesus. In fact, worse than being threatened, many are today enslaved for their faith. Some have been for decades evicted from their homes, charged exorbitant fines, and then sold into slavery for their faith in Jesus. Amazing, but true hundreds of thousands are being persecuted and enslaved in the Middle East. But together, here's the good news, we can literally buy their freedom and save the lives of our precious brothers and sisters and give them joy and hope. It's just amazing. $250, maybe give less, maybe more, please do it. Thank you. In case you haven't been paying attention, the Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leading the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation that's the last thing we need, our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your goal, it is real, it is physical. It's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy, p.m. investments dot com. I want a new bottom must be great. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to my friend Ken fish with orbis O RBIS ministries..

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

11:42 min | 8 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on SmartLess

"To i that i didn't even see that either high. Is there a filmmaker can that you admire. Is there a doctor in genre in your world that you're like lots you know. I love fred wiseman who does cinema very i. You know. I've i've dabbled in it. The central park five is as close. Not film i made on these dyslexic kids Learning to memorize and recite the gettysburg address. But it's you know i. I love that. I love what errol morris does the highly stylized of that verna hertzog is a good friend of mine and like total opposites of what we do but we use the total opposite of what he we were on a panel once and he he looked at me and he said oh i'm interested in an ecstatic truth. My friend. Ken is interested in an emotional truth. And he turned to michael moore and he said you would your big belly hanging out. You're interested in a physical truth. Then he then he looked to. Da penny baker. the great. You know cinema verite guy and said in you you. I think you're my enemy cinema as the cinema of accountants. I don't know who that is. You see his film My best fiend which is so relationship with clouds which is just it's phenomenal inverted herzog and i say this with a lot of respect and love is a fucking nut job in the best way like inches but so that must be an interesting He's got documentaries after two or three decades and still does features of but he's really Gotten into documentaries. And it's so and and i it's just he. He will run through every. Stop sign that i will a- lightly put on the brakes and look both ways. Proceed with caution. And he doesn't care to your kids want to do it. Dad buzzer well. I've got four daughters. The oldest sarah has been working with me for ten years and and her husband was working with me for longer. My second daughter lily is the principal injects media which does samantha b in daisies marrow and search party and broad city. Those are all hurt. Her shit and She's great and then. I got a sixteen year old gal. Who who is interested in history and and a ten year old gal who makes movies. She goes data. I'm gonna make a movie. And i'll be right back and she comes in two minutes and comes back with this thing and i go. You can't even shoes in in school. I it was pretty good. But i really thought it'd be anthropologists. Which is what my dad was. My mom was sick with cancer. Died when i was eleven and this psychologist maybe to answer the question earlier from jason. You know i i. I went to him. One day my late father-in-law and he said I said i seem to be keeping my momma live at. Couldn't remember to be present. The date she died it was always approaching and receding and he said and i bet you as a kid. You blood your candles. Wishing she'd come back alive. I said how do you know she goes. He goes look what you do for a living. You wake the dead you. Make abraham lincoln and jackie robinson. Come alive who do you think you really trying to up. And so the passion is that if my mom hadn't died we wouldn't be talking if i hadn't gone to hampshire college and met a couple of still photographers jerome labeling. And elaine may's you. We wouldn't be talking. I wouldn't have the guts to start my own company and say no. I'm just gonna do my way every film i've made as a director's cut the better way of putting it. Is there no complaints and even better ways saying if you don't like something so my fault and that's the way it should be. Do you ever feel like being a bully and and doing a two hour documentary just so that you can Wrap up the academy award with no competition whatsoever. Now you know what i got nominated twice for brooklyn bridge which was one hour and for set of liberty which was one hour and we didn't win which was fine and third. Time's a charm and then the civil war. We had like a really great score but somebody on the committee just black couple people blackballed us and it didn't even get nominated Because it was quote. Tv and then we were supposedly the lock for the central park five film and it didn't even make the final cut so it's a it's a. This is about feature films and the documentaries branches. I i think trying to improve and you know it doesn't matter i people say well. Don't you feel bad about having all these grants make you give it to. Pbs said no. I traded for a slightly smaller screen. So go to festivals. Were you know we go every year. To tell you which is the best festival on earth and get two can sometimes and go to new york. And it's great but you take ninety five and you go to new york ninety one down to the merit and the the cross county county to the sawmill milk for for for like two miles to the bronx but dole out. Because then you'll get screwed can't are you. Are you a red sox fan. Is the pope catholic. Yes of course i am. I believe in roo- rooting for the place. Where i've been in new england since seventy one. So when i went to college the bigger red sox fan your doors. Kerns goodwin God you know what she she had the earlier. Love of the dodgers mike barnicle. Well mike mike is the best red eye you. Both of these people are good friends of mine The the love is the same in the and while he's pretty cool. Customer dourson iras neurotic as you could possibly be about the red sox and and i'm i'm like my latest thing is to step out and say not only does big papi deserve to be in the hall of fame. But he's the greatest red sox player ever has the way that will join us. Bristle up your ted williams. Carl stransky crowd. But there's you know babe. Ruth maybe right. Three three world series. I will say this i was. I was at that game in two thousand and four win. Big papi hit that home run when the yankees were up three. Nothing we david cross in fact. Jason was there. Jason left early exit to fly back to hollywood because he had to go to hollywood elite party. But david cross. And i stayed david cross today. Stayed in we watched and we watched that come which was the greatest thing ever. I came when the yankees went ahead fairly early. I just i was in new york. Actually and i went to lincoln center because i'm friends with winston and i just thought okay i'll drown and i was. I was walking around and put it out of my mind figuring it was just like of three the year before we just got screwed. It's over and i watched this whole concert. And then i hear this guy in the next seat he goes fuck. They're tied and i went. And i ran out of lincoln center and i called my then wife and who hates baseball and she goes. It's a game of circumstances i said. Yeah what the fuck is avenue. Tell me what happened she goes. I don't know it's just tied. And then by the time i got you know into the subway and back i you know. I sat there like red buttons in tari. Does that reference mean anything to you guys okay. So there's a great. John ford film called atari about african guys and he's designs this net. That will with a rocket. Shoot over a tree so they can trap these monkeys that they'll take back to the zoo and he's so nervous about it he doesn't watch it and so he misses design and he spent the rest of the movie in his cup. Saying you know. Tell me about it again. Anyway it's great. And then i just didn't miss anything afterwards. My daughter and son-in-law were at the or features on lower at the six game the game and it's incredible. So what what. That documentary did for me with baseball Huge classical music fan. And i'd love to become as passionate about jazz or even country music if i watched jazz or if i watched the country music one will i. Will i get the same. Would jason could anything make him passionate about anything. As long as ken burns. Says a film about it. I'm going to fall in love with aching. Feel if i if i had that That mythical dinner party. I didn't abraham lincoln but i'm more interested i would invite mohammed ali and louis armstrong. Well yeah so. Watch jazz. I before country. No they're all related there. What commerce inconvenience makes us put silos around this stuff. Stop trying to rank everything. All of the great. The pantheon mount rushmore country music at black teachers ray. When ray charles had creative control of an album for the first time his first album of his own design was modern sounds in country and western music and the number one hit of nineteen sixty to nineteen. Sixty two is. I can't stop loving you by ray charles singing don gibson's country song and it's a black soul singer singing a country voice. It is. it's unbelievable and there's just no borders. Look the best selling country. Single of all time is by little gnaws x. Who is a black gay rapper. Wow i mean that's what this is. Where look here's my last stick. I promise is that. I've been making films for forty five years almost fifty years about the us. But i've also been making films about us and the thing. I learned country music. Jason is that there's only us there's no them and if anyone tells you there's a them which is what everybody's doing these days run away from them. There's only us right now. Ken burns great to end. Thank you so much. It's what an honor to have. You know these guys that i could talk to you all know you're saying it was a nine hundred ninety nine parts never had a guest. I don't think ever had a guest where we have talked over each other so much trying to get in there with a question. We we're we're we're all three of us just completely enamored with you and you can't thank you enough for coming on. Salutations and all the incredible work. You've done for the last forty five incredible incredible under so much more to come so excited about the hamad ali documentary. That's coming out in september. Were really excited about it. It it's so great. Like i said i just started it and You know just all wishing all the best and so much success in august things in your life can really great thanks. Thanks thank you so much. Better by by wells got scott. He's obsessed obsessed with the roosevelt. He's seen it like ten times. I have not seen that one. Oh it's fantastic. There's there's plenty his that i haven't seen because he has been so prolific but my god the ones i have seen and there are a lot of unsound. The only one you've seen as the baseball one no one talked about because it's just you know baseball's past the one you've seen you know what i'm gonna do. I'm gonna watch each one of them. You don't have enough time. Yeah no. I'm going to like one tonight one every other night. That's doing this wouldn't no no. I'm talking about like all of them. Though i mean vietnam ten parts the wars tip. I mean it's it. Yeah i would i would. I'll i'll be there right there with you right after. I finish driving back from wells house after watching ali. We'll i'm coming over for. Listen the war is really good. is really really good to In i do want to watch jazz and country. Music to really and Will you will never be that as a as a guest that that's that's the that's your your best Your best guest ever i trust. Dana's yeah me too but you know what all of his filmmaking completely fair and impartial.

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:31 min | 8 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Brown talked all night long about what he would do. Now and you know. That was a whole. Regina king made a wonderful film just from those two sentences not not inspired by us of course but by knowledge of what went on in her film is also filled with flashbacks. But you know we hear to chronology and you're absolutely right you know. He's born in louisville kentucky. So let me use a bourbon. Analogy it is. It is so hard to distill why it takes so long for us to do our projects. Ten and a half years on vietnam is that we have so much material which we wanted to still. Could you go in other directions. Of course could you take a moment and open it up and do another film. Yes but we're interested also in you what we've done and i think that the fights are well represented. I think that the spiritual life is. Well represented the decline is well represented the personal life as well represented and so it's for us about balance and calibration kind of respiration and inhalation and acceleration in the pacing and rhythm of it. And you know it's a musical Kind of thing that we were talking about a beat in a rhythm to someone who has an incredible rhythm and incredible beat. Who is a poet himself. You know anticipating song in meter and things like that so you know we just paid attention to the material and it helped us understand what we're gonna do. We also had some very very talented editors working with us. There is so many parts of the documentary where mohammed ali carries the film. And when i say carries just like you're seeing footage of him like his press conference before the sunny listed fight or know him trash talking Joe frazier Prior to those fights interviews as him as a young boxer like when he was heading to the olympics in rome. Which is i mean stuff. I had not seen either in longtime or navistar which was just fascinating He so compelling obviously and one of the sort of one of the foremost traits of ali as a young person's. Just how incredibly glib and smart and quick he is so when you and david and sarah can are sort of thinking about how to present this to the audience is there. Is it How do i of. I is it hard not to overuse mohammed ali as a narrator. Because he's just so compelling in the footage every time he's on screen talking is compelling. Yeah yeah that's one of the one of the many many obstacles to making a good film. Is that when you have such a compelling figure so handsome so.

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Most beloved person on the planet and one of the reasons is not that he was a great boxer. It was because he had appealed to an inspired and been courageous. End had gained a kind of freedom that permitted him to a influence people. Not just in. The united states particularly black people but many many other groups but also to inspire people around the world in sub saharan africa aaron africa and the middle east and asia where he was Held up rightfully as someone who seemed to be speaking for the oppress people who felt the boot of the man on their neck. Ken It strikes me that one of the biggest challenges of not the biggest challenge of this. Is you you the documentary. That you guys have done is separated into four parts. It's it's It's given to us as viewers chronologically but the reality is and you know this like you could do a four hour. Documentary on a single mohammed. Ali fight you could do a twenty hour documentary. I would think. Muhammad ali and the role of religion in his life. So you had a certain point have to make these decisions as editors and so this is sort of a two part question one. Why did decision to do it. Chronologically and to how challenging was it just to edit down a life that really some very small minor parts of that life could be explored with significant length of what a wonderful. What a wonderful complex. Excellent question Chronological is the way a shelby foote once told me god is greatest dramas which is a way of saying and then and then and then. That's the way people tell stories certainly there. You can do flashbacks. And we've got flashbacks. We learn about Elijah muhammad's history we learn about you know joe frazier's history go back and do minor little things but mostly it is a straightforward chronology. As are all our films are as are most stories told that way so chronology. Let's just set that to rest but what you've hit on is the central thing. It is presumed that film like architecture is additive that you're just building a house and if that's true then on every house that we build we bring about.

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"I've ever gotten to know tom. Juno one of the great magazine writers ever was an atheist when he went to go visit. Mr rogers and he left that experience so admiring just the kindness of mister rogers that you can say. He found god a lifelong atheist. When you're doing this on. Mohammed ali do you come away. Moved by just what he endured the arc of the story and how he was ahead of his time on race relations and on love..

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

06:33 min | 9 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"I mean one of my good friends. He's a pastor as well and his daughter is maybe a year behind our daughter and she came out way early bisexual. And she has been harassed. She has been bullied online to face while she has had to take breaks. Like take entire quarters off to go back home just to kind of recover were like i'm just beside myself. I'm like where's the school someone who's being bullied. Let's let's put sexuality aside. Someone's being bullied by fellow students. And you're letting this happen. Yes yes. I don't care what policy the school has on you know sexuality and what have you. It's like there's a higher policy there's a greater policy that when we send our kids there and pay all that tuition you should be able to guarantee their cd and their thriving there. You go amen to that brother aiman that. Hey listen. There's one more story floating around out there. That's kind of related to the. Have you been following this josh harris thing member. He's the guy who wrote the book that really was like the bible of the purity culture. I kissed dating goodbye and You know he. Since has in fact he He recanted he's apologized for the book He went to the publisher. And this thing is like a monster saur and he said you've got to stop publishing it and and the publisher did they. Just turn it off. If you've seen the story about josh. Yeah i followed it a little bit from afar. I know that he became a pastor and even after he recanted that content. He kept deconstructing to the point. Where i don't know if he quit or he was fired. He left the church as part of his decision when he began to realize the pain that he'd caused and the backlash it's almost become a cottage industry as you know in podcast and books and even scholarship. That's going on about the impact of purity culture on these adolescents. Who you are got raging hormones and you know basically told just turned to switch off you know until you get married when he began to realize the damage that had been done because of his book e really started having a lot of second thoughts and he resigned his church over it first and then he went on to make the more positive steps but he actually went on a tour around the country. You just listening to people. Tell their story of what happened to them because of this The some of these crazy ideas were in a book that he wrote by the way. This is the best selling book that he wrote when he was like twenty one. He's an expert right. Didn't you hear recently an interview of him that yes It really hit home with you. Yes yes i heard. Nadia bolts weber interview. josh harris. You know she is. You know who she ain't. No i actually seeing a lutheran pastor in colorado got all kinds of tat's yes she got very lively language audience brilliant. Yes she's brilliant and she doesn't mince words no she doesn't she. Has this deep spirituality that connects with people in powerful ways. In fact whenever i've heard her interview she has thing called I think she calls it. Confession where She invites the confessional. She invites people to come in and share their stories. Just like we like to do and at the end. Because he's a pastor lutheran pastor who by the way was a before in her life. She was a stand up comedian. She's just she's just killer laureus. Oh my gosh. She's hilarious and she also likes to drop the f. brom liberally and know at the end she she'll she'll utter a blessing on the person who just shared his story and it's always so perceptive in so beautiful and so healing that you can't 'cause i got this at my background but what i listened to nadia. I started thinking you know. What if i could do that. I'd go to be a pastor again. I'd be pasture again. I would love to do onset crazy so by that. You're not just saying being able to give that kind of authentic blessing. I may be reading into you. But i think nadia bull's webber represents something profound the more authentic and more more vulnerable. Yes seaney model of being a pastor you ever encountered were absolutely and the guys that i know who are still in the biz. You know what i mean. Energised all conscious of the gare rails. They've got to put up and how they have to choose their words so carefully so they don't offend the guys who are writing the checks or making it work. It just creates this enormous crisis. And i oftentimes wonder what it would be like to be a pastor without the encumbrance of all those limitations and restrictions. And you know. And all that. And when i see someplace like like nadia it by the way she's not just doing this to blow people off. She approaches thing it to find the truth to let the truth shine and then she just nails it. You know i see pastures. Who don't have this i called it. This encumbrance of of this. Doctrinal stuff that you have to try to defend and promote and and you've got to be so careful not to offend it just it's such a contrast to see that kind of freedom in action. Now i gotta ask you. How did her interview of josh go. What truth did she bring to the surface. She nailed him for the kind of thing. We're talking about because they actually talked about. How can you promote yourself as the heater. And he confessed that that's a huge dilemma in conflict for him so he actually packaged skip. The part of the story. He recently packaged himself as a resource. Yes even though. He's been perpetrator. I love your word as a resource for damaged christians. Yes to kind of find their way away from christianity you could pay him three hundred bucks that yes. We didn't bring that up yet. You know after after his apology and his and his deconstruct his very public deconstructed fact. I think he says i'm no longer a christian. He's gone that far with it. Now on it is marriage. Blew up over it and so he's paid a serious price. I think for deciding that he needs to move on from. I kissed dating goodbye..

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Was one song left working class hero in the person that was trying to get into a studio in halifax to get it done. Couldn't make it happen. And i was talking to danny and he said i've got a new studio now that i'm working for cbc and stuff. And i said i'm gonna send that track. And i sent it to him the next day back and that was the last piece but other than what everybody came to it There was one other person that was asked and that was Daniela dare i've known daniel for years. He's a great guy we're not. We're not close. But he's you know we've done a lot of touring together and he's always been nice to me. But i was talking to Settlement with my buddy tommy mack who Who is a good friend. And tell me was one of the first for people who said i want to be on this project. And he said We gotta get daniel on this track. And i know i said i'm not calling anybody with this whole thing is like whoever holds me i stood. I can tag people inquisitive you know. Let them know what's happening. I said but i'm not gonna ask anybody and he said well. I'm seeing them later today. I'm going to ask. And he talks to me like a couple of hours later. He said he said always said he's all over. He wants to play drums on tactic so it was all of a sudden handed off with you know professionals not just professional musicians but like professional known musicians who to some people who are kind of idols. you know some pretty notable bands and some bands of a lot of fans than on the other hand. There was a massive amount of musicians who've never played on a record before. Never done a recording. Before you know. I had i had some people. Call me say in do this. I don't know how what do i need to do. You have any recording gear. And then i've got a computer so like i helped them through the process of buying an interface and or go into long mcquaid renting the microphone in an interface. So they could record something for it and some people just did it on their iphone. We process that and it was just. It was such a weird weird and beautiful thing just the way it wonderful. Yeah it's it's funny you mentioned we're gonna talk about somebody that i play with three years. Mike and i played together when we were in our teams. I guess teams teams early. These kinds plague before when you're in our lady peace greek no before them. Oh.

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"And i got a lot of weird looks but now everybody's you know so. Yeah i had about a year that before before the rest of the world is was mandated to to do that. And you even you know you talked about earlier before we started recording. You talked about you know really changing the way you brought music to everybody you had to isolate. You couldn't tour anymore necessarily so you had. You had to figure this yet to figure out zoo before people knew zuma's yeah is the year the year before kovac's auto. I spent a lot of time. I was really busy with allison that year and I think i did i. Think maybe. Four watchmen shows at your. That was it and it was all sort of get away from It was just like. I built a little mobile studio was when i was out there something. That was easy to transport. And i tried working with other people remotely and by the time cova came and everybody else was put into isolation. I was already remade. Mental transition more than anything. But i also made a lot of technology transitions in what i was about to do. And i think i did my first whiskey. Wednesday live broadcast Like the week in and around the week. Kobe hit and then all of a sudden everybody was live streaming and it was a big thing. I just decided it was going to be. I just knew that with my life. I wasn't going to be able to leave the house as much as i had in the past by still wanted to create music and present it in some manner just started. It started one night with me. Santa my daughter in my iphones are we can do something on facebook..

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's thirty percent off now. Tremendous dot com. I also want to say that Because we were cancelled by youtube. You know we're living in strange times. And i've talked about this. I talked about it. When i was at i hop in kansas city recently and i encourage you. Watch those videos if you go to eric metaxas dot com and sign up for a newsletter folks. I'm not gonna stop begging you because you have no idea you're missing amazing interviews and videos and stuff. Were not on youtube. So you got to but i talked about this. That people in the church are canceling me. I'm not gonna mention the name but gigantic christian retailer to all the independent christian bookstores has said that they are going to not carry my new book. Is atheism dead now than is atheism dead. It's pure apologetic. It's evangelism they're not going to carry that because i'm too controversial. My statements about our forty fifth president. Something like that. They are jumping in bed with the marxist cancel culture and cancelling this book and i thought this is hard for me to believe this is like an overtly christian bookstore chain kind of thing again. I'm not going to give the name until i know. This is one hundred percent official. But i it just breaks my heart. That people who are overtly christian are doing things like this. So i'm asking you if you're able to do this folks because we're going to need your help. This is a weird battle. Please preorder is atheism. Dead they'll give you the best price between now and when you actually get shipped the book so you won't get charged until october but if you pre order it it helps a lot We're in a strange battle. There is nothing political or controversial about what is in the book. Is atheism dead. But this chain. And i will be mentioning them if they if they have decided to go through with this. I think they have. But it's going to be devastating for journalism essay. The same thing. I wrote this down on the train on the way and i said we're supposed to wash feats not lick boots and i think that's what's happened to the church a lot today. Wow well that's that's kind of. Yeah the in other words. You think there are scared of something and so they just pull mexico anything controversial. We're gonna step away and step away from what from a book. I mean again. It's atheism dead. It's gone it's looking into proof of god proof of the the veracity of scripture and biblical archaeology and then it looks into and i thought to myself this is this is meant to be a blessing to believers and non-believers to say. Let's let's reason together. So when i heard that i almost couldn't believe my publisher and i were just stunned that we are at that point. So i'm asking you. I will name the name of this and if they go through with this. I'm really gonna go after them They better get ready. This is this is really bad when this has come into the church So the book is theism dead. And you go to my website eric. Taxes dot com..

"ken  d. e." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Game you enjoy going to work. Well that's talking to bill. Carr write about his at our locker room. Like i love to make people laugh pull pranks on people do things like that over my career. But i felt the same way. Like there's all these different groups not because it was purposeful just to you kinda fell in line with and you know But when you laugh everybody laughs. It's like you can't help it right all get along you get you make you laugh like sometimes. Yeah it's a guys expense. But you know if the guy laughs to you're only gonna play that or say that to that person if they handle but but i will say this and you. You'll remember this. Mp marcus pattern. Yeah if you joke with him and he stopped laughing. We all stop last year. There was one guy when you know there were certain guys. You never wanted to kind of pick on two. Oh yeah i mean. I mean we just said let me love greatest guy round had had a body like a greek god. I mean i thought. I had a good body but just muscles everywhere and he would laugh. And then i'll suddenly. He stopped like and then he just gonna weight room start curling bunch. Wait just look at you what you think about it. That's great that's great. Now i it was. You know we had a lot of good times man. And so i appreciate you sharing some of your last with me sharing some of your time with me. we don't catch up enough but the great thing is kenny is. My daughter is moving to dc really. Yep she's an she's gonna starter internship at friendship animal hospital down by american university james moving in down there. So i'm so excited and we'll be able to be down in dc. Andy and i'll be down there a lot so we that in and if she ever needs anything we're here you know that's it's family. It's not even a question marks of please have on. I don't know if you remember this. And i talk about this. Whenever when our kids were little in abbie used to chase marcus around. He'll go back to your mama. I was always in love with him but she would chase them around. You know it will be. It will be interesting and cool to get them all together again. I'll definitely will do that. We'll definitely will do. I mean she's she's a doctor knowledge crazy right from gulisano right. Yeah good good memories. Good time so yeah definitely from that time. I saw you with that hat on walking ponies up and down my backyard and in haven't for abbey's like first birthday or something or one of our birthdays. We had horses come over. You don't remember. I'll bring you a picture really. I do do stuff i mean. Look i anyway. You guys little cowboy hat on. I think i love love. Love is a crazy day. You do a lot of you do a lot of funny things. Yeah yeah he had little bulldog. Oh yeah we've had we've been through so many dogs we're like we're we're on like our one hundred dog you know we've been through a lot but we try to say we weren't gonna have animals anymore but and are animal people like what are you gonna do. We rescue to more abbey. Sarp are veterinarian. Hopefully someday we won't have any vet bills. But i doubt that's going to happen as also man. Well you know. Look a it's been a it's been really a pleasure once again. We haven't talked in a long time like you said it's cool. Just remember some of those great memories. I i'm not into this show for you but be looking never watch. Yeah it's like it's like how i shut my guest up and to show for me. I appreciate that. You remember. When i when i was younger. I in my house around ten o'clock. I'm like i gotta we can all you want but you probably somewhere. It goes to stop. But you gotta get outta here. You know. that's my thing is time to go. It's time to go can tell all of our audience and all of our fans how they can follow you and where they can find you. So i'm bad with social media but you can You can go to touching heart. Ww touching heart dot com. that's a non profit that i work with You can you can look at my books you know. If you go to kim harvey on amazon. You'll see some books out there And then I've got k. r. h. company dot com also has limited information about me. So if you know if you want to hunt me down. Look at me or donate to the charity. Then that would be awesome and You know life is an adventure. And i'm just trying to enjoy 'cause i've had my ups in my down. I'm just trying to enjoyed in an indubitable opponents herbs to do well. I can tell you this that. I've enjoyed my time with you today. And you're an amazing person. And i appreciate your friendship and and i can't wait to my daughter gets down to dc. Because i am. I'm just gonna show up in front on your doorway and please don't have just a towel on you know if you show up. I want if any i'm just gonna call jazz for call you then. Yeah yeah yeah okay. Kansas abby needs her apartment All fixed up and taking care of interior designers. I know she is all her jewels. So as a man. I appreciate you. Thank you so much for joining me today and we'll have to do it again and i'm just waiting for you to come out with your podcast. You know what i had for minute in. It takes a lot of work. It's it you realize it takes a lot of work dedication and you have to be good at it. So i appreciate what you're doing next time. Have your wife on a podcast which you so you will see you guys but the thank you for having me on. This is fine and look forward to seeing you in person. Yeah definitely definitely so. Check everyone checkout kenny Yeah i think it's k. r. h. Yeah the company carriage company touching heart www w touching heart foundation Donate go to amazon. Check out it's awesome books. And what else. Quick real quick you one of the few people they can call me kenny. I don't live most people. Call me so. Wally only my good friends can call me kidding. Oh i'm sorry it's good no i it would you and means a lot but you know some people when they when they get into conversation they may hear you call mckinney. Then they called mckinney like. Whoa tau reserved for peop- guys. I didn't call on kenny. It was ken all right so anybody after you see him. Don't call him kenny. Young duck all kenny. You can do it. He's a lot bigger than you. Don't clone kenny kenny. Ken i appreciate you man and i just want to tell. Make sure you give johnson big hug for me. I'll tell you he said hi and all our fans out there. Please go follow kenny. Check out what he's doing and touching hearts donate help them out He's a great human being and you wanna hear about his life story because something about his life is going to help you in your life so Thanks for joining us on. How to with gusts thanks to sound. Fm thanks sixteen. Thirty one digital news studio For letting us use your studio. And i wanna thank. Man's scapegoat. demands gate dot com putting my coat gusts for all caps that's g. us f. r. e. r. ot and get twenty percent off and free shipping. Thanks again check us out at huddle up with gusts. thanks again to ken. Harvey check him out. K. a. r. a. h. company touching hearts We appreciate you can have a great day. Everyone we'll talk to you soon for joining the fun and go one studios for number featuring fifteen year. Nfl quarterback just iran potluck. What goes is probably produced by sixteen thirty one digital video and is available amphibious.

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"So far so good gentlemen. Guess you do this man. This is love your expert at it. Well i've done a bunch of shows. So i just i interviewed I'll have to say no no fence. You can't put this up bryant. But i interviewed bill. Cartwright yesterday center replayed for the bulls and everybody and Wasn't much out of them. He talks a lot of trying to get him to laugh and tell some money in the locker room and all that but he's pretty easy really good guy. He was just real.

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Of famer. That's much less. Yeah no i get that. And i think the problem is a lot of times because i look at. Every team has equal talent in the nfl. And so a lotta times. The coaching doesn't know how to pull one of those three out of those people right so if they have a guy with great talent he might be a little screwed up somewhere else in the coaches. Don't know how to talk to him or deal with them or he's having fought family problems at home right. We may have a guy with the biggest heart in the world but he doesn't have the talent so you've gotta be able to pull those out as a coach and i think what a lot of times is the coaches. Don't take enough time to understand the person though no doubt i mean look you go to training camp when trying to count for a starts. It's it's you got coaches usually give you two weeks. The figure everything for the learn every technique to adjust yourself in. Then you get a chance to play and depend on where they put you. Ed you may. You may be on the third team and everybody around. You suspect you may be a great player because everybody around us suspect you look back. I think coaching plays a huge part of it. And what i feel bad is like somebody's college. Players coming out of college could be great players. But you could tell. They weren't told technique they you know they just relied on a natural ability to coaches to say what you big just block somebody or ups. Just run and i mean i personally. I've i've destroyed a couple lyman just because a need a couple. Well you know i'm to say even practice training camp. You see that there could have been good players but they didn't have the technique that we never talked technique and he just relied on their strength. And now go to the pros. These are grown men who this is their livelihood. This is a job in all of a sudden. You know you coming out fresh and you don't have any technique they will eat you up and well. I'll give you a great example. So he played with us. he was drafted after. I was The next year. Michael westbrook. they're right. So michael michael. Michael was a specimen tall fast to do it. All lean muscle bound giving a hair right right and you know. And and We're out there in practice. And he wasn't getting open because he's going against darryl in two days and he's out there just trying to fight daryl and you know he wasn't getting open. I'm like dude daryl's half your size. What's going on goes. I'll know manny will leave me alone. He said yeah because he's trying to make you better darryl's like if you're wrestling me you're not getting open. I'm doing my job right. You know like 'cause. Michael just probably was in college having just the talent right. The i'm bigger than you. I can just run routes you can push you round and then like you said you get to the pros guys are smart guys fast guys understand how to get in your head and you've got to be able let all that go and just work then i feel like You know that was probably where michael had a hard time because you saw that. He had some insecurities. Because you got in a fight with stephen and all that But he hasn't been security we all have insecurities and i feel like The coaches are and maybe some veteran players have to see that. Because we're all on the same team. You're all trying to go. The same goal have would say that. It's you know. Some teams have good mentorship. You know guys that. Like my first year in the pros i was getting stronger by the tight end. I couldn't i couldn't i. My thing was a pass rusher in college and they put me against tight end. I didn't know what to do and is found this one guy linebacker. He told me a simple dana. He's like you need a gesture feet tournamaent a little bit more and that's gonna create balance for you. Bid explode all what that little bit of advice made. The difference between me began me being considered a bust and me being able to play against an nfl that little bit of difference and he took the time and i was a linebacker who will potentially take his job. But that's what mentorship is about. You're trying to make whatever the next generation better than yourself. Well you know i. It's kind of funny. I had some mentorship from Warren sapp onetime brosseau. I was playing with the and We we play in them now. Maybe it was. No it was. It was when i was with the skins and we're playing them and he said hey gus i knew when it was iran and a pass. This is after the game. We saw each other by the buses. Every time you got under center. I said how would you mean he goes. Your feet. were completely different. And i started on phil and every time your feet were one way iran and every time they were another way it was passed as right. And it's like okay. My coach never picked up on that or caught that but worn did you know. And he came up and he had enough respect for me to to tell me that which was which was awesome and then in a small example of of of how pros you guys just natural man for someone to take the time in in notice that small thing it shows that not only were the great athlete but they also had the intelligence. Do the game in this kind of life in itself as well you know. He's a whole famous. So i think he fit it. All three of your your part you know i guess. Spending money doesn't count into. But in. I never i never told you Yeah but man. I would have loved to play against you. Eight you up. I was like big statue. Standing back. there are no right. I wasn't a runner. That was the guy they were looking for. Stand in the pocket the day. The game has changed so much. But you know. I joke when i say that it comes down to like for you for any quarterback you know. That's the relationship between office lineman. I remember Trey johnson Who was office alignment and just. I'm one play where someone hit the quarterback and then he chased the guy now because that was his guy. You don't mess with his quarterback and to me. That is the most respectful thing when you get office. Lyman took take the job that seriously. That's powerful so yeah. Yeah no that is. That is very powerful. Everyone we are talking with ken. Harvey here Thanks for joining us on. Huddle up with gusts. You can check me out of my website. Huddle up with gusts dot com. We're.

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"ken  d. e." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"ken d. e." Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Nfl quarterback gus for ron passion for sports has taken him on the field and behind the benches play for seven. Nfl franchises with one hundred fourteen. Td's under his belt gust who the players are and how the games are won it every day. We get to hang out with an nfl quarterback old case sports fans from the dell and plush sixteen thirty one digital studios. It's so snap your chinstraps off kick to. Hey everyone welcome to another episode of huddle up with gus. i'm your host fifteen year a quarterback. Gus frerotte thank all my partners. Sixteen thirty one digital new studio down in washington dc. Appreciate them for having me on all the time. I want to thank all my team terry. Brian in the end. And i wanna thank sounder. Fm for hosting me on their platform and especially when a thank our new partner. Manscaping you gotta go and cut the lawn. If you know what. I'm saying you gotta go check out manscaping. I got a real man on today. So go checkout manscaping. Put my coat in gusts for auto caps. Get twenty percent off and free shipping so Today like i said as a rule man one guys i've always admired. He took me under his wing. When i was a young buck at the at an guess. I can't say the word anymore but washington football team but he He was a pro baller. He was the first round draft pick. He's just an incredible awesome human being. And i've always looked up to him and i consider him one of my dear friends so joining me today. Number fifty seven. Ken harvey. Hey buddy. what's going on man. You know what i tell you. What all the accolades. And the great things. He said about me which i appreciate him which are true. You know more than anything. No i i really appreciate cherish friendships and i appreciate our friendships for ships is great when you you know you grow up together as your kids growing up and you know is just we really appreciate you guys as it That that family that you can go to and hang out with and not happening pressure. Just relaxed thanks. Yeah no thank you because you know anti always say we've we played for seven teams. We lived all over the country. And we we just created some incredible friendships and people that we still miss and wanna see again to this day but you know life and kids and everything getting away and and i'm just glad like where we reconnect. Can i always feel like we just go back to those times. We used to ride to the stadium in your in your car. You're back to that when we were young. I mean that's like think about that is like twenty five twenty six years a long time ago. I mean but you know. That's that's kind of what it's about right you You have those warm pleasant memories in a stick with you and so you just pick up where you left off. And that's a good thing. A lot of people don't have there. I think a lot of people are seeing with cove it You know how valuable friendships and relationships really are in been stuck in by themselves. I think a lot of people were kind of or at least hopefully or gimmick glimpse of those who kinda shut in in really have nobody so no i agree i agree you know and especially for our kids right. Our kids even with the new technologies coming on our kids have in You've seen it. Your kids are a little older now but the kids that we see today. You know a lot of technology staying home not getting out like we used to when you're a kid when you were young grown up in texas. Tell me about the first time you fell in love with sports. And what what that memory was for you know. Nice segue man your professional. I like that. So so here's the deal. It wasn't so much. I fell in love. I was told. Get your butt out the house. Quit watching tv and go play football. Jill don't till it's dark right and that's like most parents right there like you know you spend too much time watching. Tv you need to go do something with yourself and get outside. And i think that was probably the best move. My my parents made us as pop warner football. And i'm out plan and You know you get a chance to develop as a young man especially if you have a good coach and we had a good coach in in the sense that you know. If if you're late you everybody was late and everybody ran. You know you start learning some of those disciplinary things that would take you through our light and so even today hate band late just for that reason. Yeah you know what's funny. Is i have one recurring nightmare. It's not really a nightmare. But i was late one time to meeting because anne was pregnant and i stayed with her as long as possible and i had to drive up when we were in frostburg maryland and i walked into that team meeting late and you know nor did find me or anything but i remember that me. I still have that nightmare of walk into that tomba's ever late the nfl. Yeah i mean it's it's a good thing. There's some good qualities and i say good coaches because i've seen a lot of coaches out there especially with the youth But there are lots of good and and if you understand realized the responsibility you have not just exit knows but in shaping up people's lives. I think that's really important. I've seen some really good people. Do some really good things the least push you in the right direction so those those are some fun. Memories of early childhood me playing football. Yeah so did you play any other sports. So i didn't play play not fourteen but basketball. We live right next door to a school and so they had the basketball courts outside. My brothers used to go out there and play basketball and i had a pretty good vertical. Shooting game was with suspect. But i you know. I headed by thirty six dollars. Eight inch vertical. You don't have to shoot when you could dunk every so you can joke together. We all made a team like five of us at every every couple of nights all get together and we will play in challenge people that was like auto territory plan people in their basketball court in. So you know i i. Sometimes you wonder like people put the kids in one sport and that's your sport for the rest of their life. All these other sports develop other muscles develop other techniques in so is sometimes good that spread around But basketball's mother As adult bowling like the bowl a little bit Into martial arts. I did that for a minute while you know what else when you're a kid you like that right. So you're out with your brothers and you're playing that's also developed your trash-talking game a little bit because you know there's another team comes in from the little town over you're gonna you're gonna be like okay. This is our turf. So.

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"Where he could back a station wagon up to the door his room to keep his gear and that was one of his things but his act. I mean his act just to watch that. I could watch it over and over and over again. He was just so and at one time. I remember as i got older. He was on stage and dave williamson. In fact he could finish his act and he was He couldn't breathe and he. He says he's backstage trying to catch his breath. Because you're going to want to call nine one one but dough and we did and he sat there for an hour got his breath and then an hour later. He's upstairs in the suite on his knees doing card tricks. It was that was del rey but man. Yeah we've we've lost a lot of great ones. I'll tell you that. I mean terry. Seabrook was one who i used to idolize. Watch his comedy Yeah and i. And i did get to chance to meet and that kind of hang out with carl ballantine And you know he would come to the castle and he'd sit in the back and he'd give me a couple tips which was always great. Then come he'd come back and watch the second show to see if i did. The tiffany gave me so today. Whether to give you more like is he listening exactly. Yeah so i feel like i'm name dropping here but do to. It's interesting. what people what happened in the past what comes i. Fear the trick. The method or the comedy. That's good one. For instance the got brought in a conversation this past week in fact like for instance in we do libraries shows here in the states in the library shows. There's always a theme. There's always a particular thing they write up. Maybe it's all about Animals or maybe it's about You know traveling in whatever the thing might be. I'm just throwing him out there. So i'll find out these themes and figure out. Well wait a minute. That piece of music might work for this way. But i got a trick that might work for this is sometimes the trick comes first and then it gets torn apart. And how can i make the music fit into it or it may just get you know you. Sometimes the ending of the show comes first but it just depends you know. I like to add things You know showing like this virtual student virtual shows. I thought well. How can i use a long car. That i've had because everyone used a long card in their show when they strolled. This was the picture you saw as eight by ten right. Yeah and and everyone did this when their record. This card this current. And how. How can i do this in a virtual show and i i kind of figured it out and it was just by by mere coincidence so i would take this prediction hanging on my shirt. So they can see it the whole time force a card and i remember you picked a car this lower down. I didn't mean to lower down. I said you picked a car. You could have picked any car that what was your was your car to the three. Oh no it was a four a week.

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"Is his guests. Were really into it but afterwards we got a chance to talk about him doing his chris angel spot that where he he got to watch I think he. I think he floated over his house and I said hey you gotta flow. You got to lead over. Chris angels house and he wasn't He wasn't impressed by that. He said it was just you know where he put it off. It was just. It was not what he thought was going to be said. What did you expect. I don't know an illusion so that was fun. That's a good one. The other one was was. Was jane fonda jane fonda kept texting me and i kept but but that's just it. I said this is jane fonda. This is at jane fine. This is a friend pulling a prank on me. And finally after i kept putting her off on a text just kind of like blowing her off. She finally does call in now. I met my kids school having lunch with my daughter. And i get a phone call. I don't answer which i never do and she was. Hi this is jane fonda and i go oh my god. It really was her and she goes yeah. She's a lot of people. Get that i said. I'm so sorry. I said i thought it was one of my friends prank. He goes no no no no no worries and then we we end up doing her christmas party for so yeah. Those are fun always fun. Doing them polite. At least when you trying to like blow off ya show so well because the first email the first text that came through she goes. Hey this jane fonda likely to come do some little little tricks as she called it for my grandkids you know like the pull the rabbit out of the hat..

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